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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1590

    Clogy, dochter to Thomas Clogy, is decernit in ane wrang and amerchiament of court for casting of stanes at Cristiane Sauchie and byting of hir throuch the arme and latting the peice flesche quhilk scho bait fall in the watter;

    Extracts from the Records, 1559, July-December

    Stirk of the walkeris, James Lausoun for Johne Welche dekin of the bonat makeris, James Cranstoun of the hammermen, Alexander Sauchie of the talyouris, Robert Hountrodis of the cordineris, and Patrik Lyndsay of the barbouris, presentit the Quenis grace writing

    Extracts from the Records, 1561, Jan-June

    pertenit to the Hally Blude alter, given to him in keiping be the maisteris and brether thairof. Charge, dene gyld, Sauchie . The baillies and counsale foresaid ordanis the dene of gild to call Alexander Sauchye, tailyeour, for the thre

    State Papers, 1659, July (2 of 3), 01 July 1659-31 July 1659

    Nicolais van Eele 1 M. Jacques van Haeghe 1 M. Joos Blomme 1 M. Jaques la Croix 1 Jaques la Sauchie 1 John du Floo. 1 Inhabitants. Philips Coppens 1 Francois Elmer 1 Michiel van Berghe 1 John Croyn 1

    Acts, 1645

    Rickartoun, Sir William Scot of Hardin, Sir Andrew Ker of Greenhead, Sir William Stuart of , Sir Alexander Shaw of Sauchie, Alexander Brodie of that Ilk, Mr George Hume of Kimmerjame, Sir John Smith , Mr Alexander Colvill, Justice Depute,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barnton, having attained his majority, had a very fatal ter- mination on. Saturday. His workmen at.Banb-nckburn luir colliery,' and the Sauchie and Craigend people, having united, to the amount of' 5,- tepu in a sequestered field, called the Dhrecot Park; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tseesday, August 1. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. A. and H. Solomonk, Portugal street-S. R. Clitberow anid T. P. Harris, Greengate gardens, Hackney road, firework manufacturers-H. Porter and W. Taylor, Derby, booksellers -G. Bousfield anid Co. Gracectiurch street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -^O1- YAI.P° fIRM INGHAM.AI. I Ar ;I IIALRY JACeI(SON'S TI itoertl Opt NNE," ll N I' L L G Y N N K ,"t eerilY fe or the CouotY Theatire, by Planrquriett r h hC t t ril hiolae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adjoining the New 1,AItStet It old. bcaut ifufty situated; I T .tti,sir 117 WAVERILEY TEMPERASCE 105r,1. wtill Ii'av-rloo Place ;(11nog90t', Sauchie' hittt itt Tt IIca.tleoyitlet. Roscctmirind1ed by 1 .llto lest alnol cltealws~t Terntpranco 1lintel IOt' bittcltrattLA .1. Bi. (lIgha h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mstoderste tairff. Apply to )V, H. WATTS. Manager ________ 8 lAN;STONi VArV~EllY TEMIPERANCE ESdinburgh. Pinc's, Street and Vaterloo Place; Wlasgow, Sauchie. ball Street ;Loodon, ling Street lCheatpsida). eeommeaded by " Brau ase ssiCdte'" as the best anti cheapest Templserance Hotel Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 December 1743, 9 December 1743

    3d of November laft, whereby they adhered to their former Interlocu¬ tor, made on the Behalf of John Glafs of Sauchie, Tho¬ mas Glafs Wright in Stirling, and the Sifters of, the faid Thomas Glafs, Children to the deceafed Mr. Subscribers-only content

    5 December 1744, 5 December 1744

    of Lords* 4*3 •* feemjuft:" As alfo up6n the Anfwer of JohnGlafs of Sauchie, Thomas Glafs Wright in Stirling, and his Sifters, Children of the faid Mr. Adam Glafs by the faid Helen, put in to the faid Appeal; and Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1755, 11 February 1755

    Judges, hav¬ ing perufed the Bill, do fign the fame. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Charles Schaw of Sauchie, Lord Cathcart ; complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, of the nth of Augufl Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1756, 26 February 1756

    the 15th ic oay of March next may be appointed, for hearing ' " the Caufe wherein Charles Schaw of Sauchie Lord «¦ Cathcart, and the Truftees of Charles late Lord " Cathcart, are Appellants, and John Stuart Schaw \oaie Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1756, 19 March 1756

    as well on Wednefday laft as Yefterday and this Day, upon the amended Petition and Appeal of Charles Schaw of Sauchie Lord Cathcart, and of Sir John Whitefoord of that Ilk Baronet, and other Truftees appointed by Charles Lord Cathcart, Subscribers-only content

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