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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, January 1583, 01 January 1583-31 January 1583

    Burghley : 30 January, 1582. The copy of Her Majesty's letter to Mr. Robert Bowes and William Davidson, ambassadors in Scotland at the time that La Motte went there from the French King. 4 pp. [Murdin, pp. 372 374. In

    Mary, January 1554, 01 January 1554-31 January 1554

    [Jan. 12. 1553 54. ] Understanding by this bearer Monsieur Doysell passing to Scotland, and visiting us by the way on his master's behalf, the good mind of our said good brother of France to the peace, we thought good Subscribers-only content

    Tables explaining numbers

    EXPLAINING NUMBERS, Etc. State Papers (Scotland), MS. Volumes. Nos. of Text. Present Volume (1563 69). Reign. Nos. 1 45 Correspond to the Documents of Elizabeth. VIII. (2nd part.) 46 130 " " " IX. 131 220 " " " X. Subscribers-only content

    Volume 4, Undated 1649, 01 February 1649-31 December 1649

    forms of legal documents, sales, conveyances, & c. in use in Scotland; dates given, 1623, 1618, 1639, 1648, 1649; with notes of receipt by Jas. Reid, for subsidies paid by Sir Walt. Smith to the Clerk of Requests, amounting to Subscribers-only content

    Volume 169, 1713. Classified (Part I.), 01 January 1713-31 December 1713

    . Part of a series of papers relating to foraging troops in Scotland chiefly between 1699 and 1713. Numbered 21 to 32, one or two missing. 25 pages or parts of pages. 2 . Six papers connected with lottery affairs

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Scotland County Background Information Alexander ABERCROMBY Hon. Sir David DALRYMPLE, 1st Bt. Hon. William DALRYMPLE Sir William KERR 3rd Bt. Hon. Sir Kenneth MACKENZIE, 3rd Bt. Hugh ROSE I James SCOTT I Hon. Alexander MAITLAND William SETON Sir George


    Stirlingshire County Background Information Number of enrolled freeholders: 118 in 1820; 130 in 1826; 132 in 1831 SIR CHARLES EDMONSTONE, bt. 20 Mar. 1820 HENRY HOME DRUMMOND vice Edmonstone, deceased 24 May 1821 Sir Archibald Edmonstone, bt 24 May


    Wigtownshire County Background Information Number of enrolled freeholders: 60 in 1820; 66 in 1826; 70 in 1830 JAMES HUNTER BLAIR 30 Mar. 1820 SIR WILLIAM MAXWELL, bt. 30 July 1822 vice Hunter Blair, deceased James McDouall 30 July 1822


    Kinross-shire County Background Information Alternated with Clackmannanshire Number of enrolled freeholders: 21 in 1820; 24 in 1826; 21 in 1830 GEORGE EDWARD GRAHAM 28 June 1826 CHARLES ADAM 20 May 1831

    Anstruther Easter Burghs

    Anstruther Easter Burghs County Background Information Anstruther Wester (1820), Crail (1826), Anstruther Easter (1830), Pittenweem (1831), Kilrenny (disfranchised, 1829-32), all in Fifeshire SIR WILLIAM RAE, bt. 3 Apr. 1820 JAMES BALFOUR 4 July 1826 Sir William Rae, bt. 4

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y'dymn yn teimlo yn dra sicr- y y byddant hwythau cyn bo hMr, fel ein brodyr q- y Eglwys Rydd Scotland, yn ymlawenychu yn y' 'a golled hiono fel yr enill gwerthfawrocaf a ddaetii ( erioed i'w rhan, ac y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ... 2 Siroedd Cymru a'r Fibi Gymdeithas ... , 3 Llith Gymraeg o Scotland ... ... .. 7 Gohebiaeth o Liverpool ... .. .. . 7 At ein Gohebwyr ... ... ... . . Iarll Derby . ... ... ... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ond y mae ysbrvd masnachol y deyrnas wedi profi yn Thy nerthol iddynt i ymladd yn ei erbyn. Bu tirfeddianwyr Scotland yn gormesu fel hyn ar gynulleidfaoedd yr Eglwys Rydd, ondpasiwyd cyfraith yn un cyfarfod, o dan amgylchiadau penodedig, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1'w osod ger bron y wiad. Teimlid i fod cryn amrywiaeth barn eto ar y pwnc. Yr oedd- ynt yn Scotland wedi cyfarfod ag amgyichiadau nesildnol a enillodd iddynt gydymdeimlad yr holl wiad. Yeo sicrhawyd swm penodol i bob gweinidog.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fe etholwyd Mr. Gonnox., ceidwadwr. Felly mae y rhyddfrydwyr wedi coll un eisteddle, a'r un hono ya digwydd bad yn Scotland, lie y mae rbyddfrydiaeth gryfaf. Fe geisiodd Mr. B. OSBORNE yn galed an gyn- rychiolaeth Waterford yn erbyn Syr Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Established church of Scotland

    Islington Established church of Scotland Established church of Scotland The Caledonian church was opened c . 1846 in the former Holloway Independent chapel, Holloway Rd . It seated 600 in 1851 , and was attended by 250 in the morning,

    Religious history Introduction

    certified places of worship, of which three were Roman Catholic , one was Muslim, and one Jewish. The Church of Scotland and the Moravians still worshipped in the parish together with 6 protestant nonconformist sects. 5 BL, Cott . Faust.

    Religious history Religious buildings

    , which replaced Park Chapel in 1912 -13, followed much the same formula, as did St Columba 's Church of Scotland , designed by J. Macvicar Anderson and opened in 1883 -4. 14 J.F. Bentley 's St Mary's , with

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Holmcultram

    of Melrose by Prince Henry , son of David , King of Scotland , in the year 1150, 2 while he was ruler of the province ceded to Scotland by King Stephen and afterwards known as the county of Cumberland

    Hospitals St Margaret , Huntingdon

    hospital of St. Margaret without Huntingdon is said to have been founded by Malcolm IV of Scotland , who was also Earl of Huntingdon , and died 1165. 1 It was intended for the reception of lepers. Isabella de Bruce,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 16th December 1836

    and Scotland, by Richard Finlay Lord Esher's typescripts Volume 3 2nd September 1836-1st November 1837 Volume Page Nos 105-106 Featured Names Dr.Clark Dr: Clark Duke of Orleans Jane Lady Conroy Ly Conroy Mr.Partridge Mr: Partridge Sir Robert Featured Places Scotland

    Friday 16th December 1836

    confined in March. - Mamma gave me a pretty gold pin, & an annual called “Landscape & Historical Illustrations of Scotland & the Waverley Novels.” The prints in it are very pretty. - I gave her a nosegay and the

    Monday 29th July 1839

    Murray had asked Lady Cowper to find out from Lord Melbourne if I would allow him to go shooting in Scotland for a fortnight. I said he might go, and that I was happier without him, but that he had

    Sunday 15th March 1840

    my Journal. - Ld Melbourne dined with us. He had had a meeting at his house about the Church of Scotland . Talked of Uncle Sussex to whom Ld M. had written about Ly Cecilia (he will show me the

    Wednesday 2nd September 1840

    Baron & Baroness Pölnitz ( Ld Forbes 's daughter, - a pretty, nice person; they are on their way to Scotland ) Mr & Mrs Anson the Provost of Eton & the Honble Geo: Liddell. The Pölnitzs stayed here for


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