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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, March 1602, 01 March 1602-31 March 1602

    is to-morrow to have presence of the King, who will acquaint her Majesty if there be aught. The Laird of Spott (James Dowglas) is now the King's subject and agreed with the Treasurer. Edinburgh, 19 March, 1602. Holograph. Seal .

    Border Papers volume 1, September 1592, 01 September 1592-30 September 1592

    him self to be suche a one, persuading otheris to his opinion. Bot heirof yow salbe moir specially informit by Spott or at my awn return. Report this for a treuthe." 2 pp. Written by Colville. Addressed as No. 1. Subscribers-only content

    Acts and Proceedings, 1560, December

    Wallace of Carnall, Johne Fullerton of Dreghorne and Charles Campbell of Skeldoun, for the kirks of Kyle. George Hoome of Spott, for the kirks of East Lauthiane. David Lindesay minister, Andrew Lamb and Patrick Boyman, for Leith. William Harlaw minister

    Acts and Proceedings, 1565, June

    ther advyse and consent. [Walter Lundie of that Ilk, William Cunninghame of Cunninghameheid, William Durham of Grange, George Hume of Spott, James Baron burgess of Edinburgh, war appointed to present these articles to her Hienesse, and to report ane answere

    Index, D, 01 October 1594-31 December 1595

    509. Archibald, son of William, earl of Morton, 10, 17. George, 460. James, letter from, 17, 415. James, of Spott. See Spott. R., letter from, 9. intention to come to England, 9. Stephen, 460. Thomas, 460. Doulande , John, a

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 March 1776, 19 March 1776

    : Ordered, That the faid Report do lie on the Table. on Macfarqu- liar and Don- " g!a»'s Appeal. (i Spott; Twoode The Houfe being moved, " That John Spottifwoode to enter into t<. of Northumberland Street, Gentleman, may be Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1781, 2 February 1781

    212 Journals of the Houfe of Lords* A. 1781 Adjourn. " Maiefty, intituled, u An Ad for augmenting the " Militia•," to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. Dominus Gancellarius declaravit prsefens Parliamen- tum continuandum effe ufque Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1781, 14 March 1781

    continuandum effe ufque ad et in diem Lunse, deci- mum nonum diem inftantis Martii, hora. undeeimä Auroras, Dominis fie decernentibus. Spott "fwoode to enter into Recognizance on Waddell's Appeal; " D1 E Luna:, 19° Martii 1781. Domini tam Spirituales quam Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1790, 2 March 1790

    CI ß ° PRAYERS. fuerunt: Ds. Thurlow, Cancel- Ds. Cathcart. larius. Ds. Scarfdale» ,rr ' c Ds. Sonmers* Vifcount Sydney. Spott; fvoode to enter into Recognizance on faid Ap¬ peal- Koop's Na¬ turalization Bill. Goudhurft Roads Bill- lam et inft Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1809, 24 February 1809

    on Behalf of John Hay Mackenzie his Son, an Infant; William Hay Newton of Newton Efquire, and Robert Hay of Spott Efquire, for themfelves, and on Behalf of their Infant Children ; James Earl of Lauderdale, and the faid Edward Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOflS'S, CA RA E.&C, FOR SALE (cotd..- DOGCA'rT, on C springs; suit cob about 15 bands: equal t Dr am-s and masts complete. Cost £045. Price only 5; 1har'orgns -ban be seen at The Grange, Erasndiood End, King's *IrST-CI.S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBTLIC AIMUSEMENTS~ p3R!NCE, OF WVALES' TIHEATRE. Broad) Street- Licht. Thettx, It-,ulifixj tn Frur Air. Mr.& - T¶1' t !'CAVEN, hisM N Colnipany in Li 1IEII.S WIlLL. at? 30. MO'NDAY ~NEXT, UA OU `I1 AN'D THE,,ATREC.- -N0TTIC)- it conseq~uence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the north east bank of the River Po. The Confederates occu- pied the south east bank and the village of Spott. sylvania. The attack was commenced by the artillery of Grant, Towards dark Burnside was ao dered to charge the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following despatch has been received In Phila- delphia:' "WASHINOTON, MAY 9. "A messenger has come in, who says he left Spott. sylvania Court H~ouee at nine o'lock a m., and that en Satiurday General Hancock was compelled to retire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    82. NEW YORK, MAY 15 (Morning). No general engagement has occurred in Virginia since the 12th. The reported abandonment of Spott. eylvania Court House by Lee is untrue. The armies confront each other at Spottsylvania, Lee holding a strong position Subscribers-only content

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