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  • * British History Online * *

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    XVI , Charter of Robert I confirming charter VII

    charter by King Alexander II., of the Burgh of Glasgow, No. VII. Scone, 28 July 1324. Charter granted be Robert the first, King of Scots, dated at Scone twenty eighth July, and of his Majesties regne the eighteenth yeir [which

    Coronation

    made Lord Lieutenant of Huntingdonshire, and K.G., April, 1661. He was five times married, and died May 5th, 1671. Charles the Second crowned at Scone, in Scotland, January 1st, 1651, and upon his restoration crowned at Westminster, April 23rd, 1661.

    Minute book, June 1695, 1-15, 01 June 1695-15 June 1695

    Fox, Mr. Smith. Mr. Franklyn will enter a caveat against granting administration of the estate of Francis Le Peire Stone (Scone) till the King be heard, the estate being devised to alien enemies. Mr. Wilcox, junr., Mr. Crosse, Mr. Megott,

    Mary, February 1556, 01 February 1556-28 February 1556

    pp. Closely written. Contemporary copy . 411. Notes of Sco ttish Parliaments. [1556. ] Anno 1010. At a parliament at Scone, Malcolm king of Scotland partitioned the realm into baronies, the wardship till 21 being confirmed to him and his Subscribers-only content

    XCII, Charter of James VI making Glasgow a Royal Burgh (1611)

    et assensu dilectissimorum nostrorum consiliariorum, Alexandri comitis de Dumfermling, supremi cancellarii regni nostri Scotie, dicti Joannis archiepiscopi Glasguensis, Dauidis domini Scone, Magistri Joannis Prestoun de Fentounbarnis, domini Thome Hammiltoun de Bynnie militis, domini Alexandri Drummound de Midhope militis, et domini

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be *prreaer'vedvilliot couldbIen 0~ ce T;llster ashen imoposing any lsew tax,-esleieth had r hwbc? t? to laondeo propey,-eeiiost'sd *ieHer Scone a neatier fe';: and witelei never could disclose ,ey thig of' ieelpate-,, Il presee1t ontotih -'nowever, ovaspeeieste for theereim Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    luesrN.-N tle i cl' itl trsitig in order to (defenid tieir precinct't [Is ' follow the cxN;aiple of Ca0noiins ir Scone. of f .ain'' nfESt.' Jetn6i de' Losne. E very town, even though tat', fled, would betray theu national bonour Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ThtATRS ROYAL, 1FNGESH 'OPERA IOV~t. A StIRAN 1 |I * FOR TME BENFFIT OF MR. BROADHURST. TO-M ORROW, OCtOIIBER 2, will be presenled (first time at this theatre) th l'favourite Opera of RUY MANNEHII6I t Henry Bertram, Mr. BRO4AD- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Doricourt by Mr. C. Kemble; Iatitia Hardy by Mrs. CLatteoley, being her lot appearauce in that character. In the Masquerade Scone, the Minuet de la Consr by Mrs. Cloatterley and Mr. Giroux, who has kindly offered lris services. Miss Paton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i; id tiliit stme y ears Tllust t'llIsu htfbre C:liltlI cmil CslciVel it forbInerSi tlati ni Ilieitt le ltlliblriloodl of Scone, ol Friday list, While tIwo lottets of the allt lofMlit ili wPre it tork ill a -ri sa ii, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 April 1765, 19 April 1765

    Pond in the County of Southampton, to the '< tures, Commons, and Wafte Grounds, in the Lord- " Eighteen Mile Scone from the City of Salisbury* and " fhip and Parifli of Flamborough, in the County of " feveral other Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1789, 3 February 1789

    Lordfhips great Wifdom, fhall feem proper; " and that John Bell, Slater in Muirlend, and James Bell, " Slater in Scone, may be required to anfwer the faid « Appeal:" It is Ordered, That the faid John Bell and James Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1789, 11 May 1789

    Stewart and As was alfo, The Anfwer of John Bell, Slater in ?geamft Bell. Muirend, and James Bell, Slater in Scone, to rhe Appeal of George Stewart younger, of Grandtully, Efquire, and Henry Hepburn. After hearing Counfel, as well on Subscribers-only content

    1 April 1790, 1 April 1790

    feem, proper ; as alfo upon the Anfwer of John Bell, " Slater in Muirend, and James Bell, Slater in Scone, " put in to the faid Appeal, and due Confideration had " of what was offered on either Side Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1797, 8 May 1797

    have agreed to Their Lordfhips' Amendment made thereto. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Ifabel Dunca» Duncan, refiding at Scone, complaining of certain Parts agai!lft of Two Interlocutors of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, Rltcllie- of the 9th Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 7th September 1842

    very much. - At 11, we set off as before, driving through Perth, & had a very fine view of Scone . A few miles further on, we passed the battlefield of Lancarty , where the Danes were beaten by

    Tuesday 6th September 1842

    September 1842 Scone Palace Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription At 9, we left Dalkeith , as we came, & it was a bright, clear morning. The Pentland Hills looked quite beautiful, as we drove along, & we passed close to Arthur's

 

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