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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sarratt

    south, on the opposite side of the road, is Rosehall Wood, in which is the supposed site of the manor-house of Rooshall. Sarratt Bottom Farm stands to the south of Rosehall Wood, in the valley of the Chess, on the

    Parishes Exhall [ Plan of Exhall church ]

    only a private way for bringing timber down from Oversley Wood . 1 It continued northwards up the lane by Rosehall Farm and across to Oversley Green . Both these roads, the latter of which is now a bridlepath, 2

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAMILTON, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (1682-1750), of Rosehall, Lanark.

    HAMILTON, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (1682-1750), of Rosehall, Lanark. Constituency Dates Lanarkshire 1710 1715 Lanarkshire 7 Mar. 1735 15 Mar. 1750 Biography Hamilton, whose father had purchased Rosehall in 1691,[footnote] represented Lanarkshire as a Tory under Queen Anne. At the

    HAMILTON, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (1682-1750), of Rosehall, Lanark.

    2nd Bt. (1682-1750), of Rosehall, Lanark. Constituency Dates Lanarkshire (Clydesdale) 1710 1715 Lanarkshire (Clydesdale) 7 Mar. 1735 15 Mar. 1750 Ofifces Held Burgess, Glasgow 1702. Biography Hamilton was the son of a prosperous Edinburgh merchant and a cousin of the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 February 1826, 9 February 1826

    in their Lordships great Wisdom, shall " seem meet; and that George Sutherland, Tacksman of " the Salmon Fishings of Rosehall, under The Right " Honourable Anne Lady Ashburton, may be required to " answer the said Appeal:" It is Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1833, 19 April 1833

    Heirs under a Deed of Entail of said Estate of Dalzell, in said County, made by James Hamilton Esquire, of Rosehall, and under the Conditions and Limitations therein contained; and for vesting in lieu thereof certain detached Parts of the Subscribers-only content

    23 April 1833, 23 April 1833

    a Deed of Entail of said " Estate of Dalzell, in said County, made by James " Hamilton Esquire, of Rosehall, and under the Conditions " and Limitations therein contained ; and for vesting in " lieu thereof certain detached Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1833, 6 May 1833

    a Deed of Entail of " said Estate of Dalzell, in said County, made by James " Hamilton Esquire, of Rosehall, and under the Conditions " and Limitations therein contained, and for vesting in " lieu thereof certain detached Parts Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1833, 9 May 1833

    Deed of Entail of the said " Estate of Dalzell, in said County, made by James " Hamilton Esquire, of Rosehall, under the Conditions " and Limitations therein contained, and for disentailing " in lieu thereof certain detached Parts of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conse to an end, by the employers agreeing to advance the wages to the amount of l3d. per day. The Rosehall and Alossend miners have bore promised a similar advance. The men employed at the Aitkcnhead collieries still remain out, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    men have been at work for the last week or ten days, and they have come luoen highly anciforous drift. Rosehall is a small estate at the junction of the River Cassley with the River Oykell, a few mnis above Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    delegates held In Mother. well, yesterday, it was sgreed that the men In the Coat. brlige. Motherwell, Holytown, Wichaw, and Rosehall dl.. triots should urite and continue the strike, In the hellef that their combined aotion would lead to their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oIl the: Sutherlaids Ilailivay, svvilih is 01ieit'Y-oic holuirm' jiourney from Loindoin, svill be Le aliti tbte Shootings. The villige of Rosehall is distvtit four miles. vhiere there is a cohirch, baker's shop, and post office--Apply to J. Kuiox Creawlford, S.S.C.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    January 15, 1886. Dear Mr. Skerret, I have to acknowlcrlge the receipt of your letter and resolution passed by the Rosehall Con- stitutional Liberal Associatioln, sani, in answer, I have to state that I shall be gilil to support a Subscribers-only content

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