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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1656

    ane lettre to be sent to the laird of Auchunbreck anent the moneyis awand be Argyle. Sir John Scott, of Scotstarvit, Knight, the founder of the Mortification here referred to, was one of the Senators of the College of Justice,

    Index of subjects and places

    also Feuduties and Annualrents . Apothecary , supplication by, 445. Apprentices , help to, 1, 172, 175, 184. See also Scotstarvit mortification . Archbishop , attendance on, 27, 87, 276, 282, 302, 318 9, 362, 399, 400 1, 501, 505,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Some account of the northern light-houses., 1833

    paid three half¬ pence per ton for the Isle of May light, by a Scotch act, to the family of Scotstarvit ; but when this light, by act of Parliament, became one of the Board's lights, the additional duty of Subscribers-only content

    Some account of the northern light-houses., 1833

    the Board did not yet rest upon its oars; it completed an important transac¬ tion with the heirs of the Scotstarvit family, and, under the sanc¬ tion of Government, paid L.60,000 as a compensation for the light-duties of the Isle Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the most romantic interest. "Among the older legends of the Canongate is one mentioned by Sir John Scott, of Scotstarvit, who tells us that Sir Lewia Bellenden, a Lord of Session, Council, an.l Exchequer, about the jear 1591, 'dealt Subscribers-only content

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