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  • * British History Online * *

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    Chief Justice Bulstrode read and Justice Bulstrode, justices, & c. 432, line 22, and 500, line 24, for Spivie read Spynie. " " for Dalzel read Dalyel. 453, 25 lines from bottom, for Storke read Sterke. 545, line 2, for Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, February 1591, 01 February 1591-28 February 1591

    their own passions and particular profit, I asked then if it might be possible that his cousin my lord of Spynie might be moved to lay open any of those points that concerned his Master's weal so wholly unto his

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    line 21, after p. 458 add I. 112, p. 59, I. 113, p. 47. 273 line 11, for Spyme read Spynie. 290 line 12, add I. 75, pp. 466, 476. 310 7 lines from bottom, for Sir Rob. read Ald. Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the records, 1634

    to the particular conventioun of burrowes to be haldin at Edinburgh the xv day of Martche instant anent my Lord Spynie his patent as mustir maister of this realme. 15 March 1634. Maltmen, gratis burgessis . Anent ane supplicatioun gevin

    April 1654, An Ordinance for setling the Estates of several excepted Persons in Scotland, in Trustees, to the uses herein expressed., 12 April 1654-12 April 1654

    Lord Machlin, eldest Son of the Earl of Lowdoun, Lord Montgomery eldest son of the Earl of Egglintoun, George Lord Spynie, Lord Cranston, Lord Sincleer, Thomas Dallyel late Major General of the Foot in the Scotish Army, John Middleton, late

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Return of the Lords of Session in Scotland, to an Order of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled, on the 12th of June, 1739., 11 June 1738

    of Lovar, Colvil, Selkirk, itr Borthwick, Ruthven, Northefk, Viscounts Rofs, Rutherfurd, Kincardine, Somervel, Bellenden, Belcarras, Falkland, Torphichen, Newark, Forfar, Dunbar, Spynie, Eymoutli, Aboyne, Stormont, Lundoirs, Kinnaird, Newburgh, Arbuthnot, Balmerinock, Glasford. But they dare not prefume to tranfmit this to your Subscribers-only content

    Appendix Numb. 1. Roll of the Peers of Scotland Pariiament, 1706., 11 June 1738

    Duplin, Garnock, Primiofe. Lords Forbes, Saltoun, Gray, Ochiltree, Cathcart, Sinclair, Mordington, Semple, Elphinilon, OUphant, Frafer of Lovat, Borthwick, Rofs, Torphichen, Spynie, * Lundoirs, Balmeiincch, Blantyre, Cardrofs, L o R » S Cranftoun, Burleigh, Jedburgh, Madertzie,. Couper, Napier, Cameron, Ciamond, Reay, Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1784, 28 May 1784

    thereof to this Houfe; which Petition and Reference were read by the Clerk, and are as follow; ("waY/zee/^ Barony of Spynie, Ful- larton's Peti. tion, claim- ing. cc cc cc cc cc " To the King's Moft Excellent Majefty, " Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1785, 15 April 1785

    P#? 0/ HYg-A/ and County of Sozz/Azzzzz/Zozz aforefaid," was committed: " That The Lord SozzzyY7<P<? reported from the Lords Com- Spynie Claim mittees for Privileges, to whom it was referred to confi- °f -Peerage, der of the Petition of WYY/zYzzzz Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1794, 5 June 1794

    the faid Returns do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Thomas Gor¬ don, Farmer at Spynie, in the County of Elgin, com¬ plaining of an Interlocutor of the Court of Seffion in Scotland, of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Alexandor Pirie, jun. Esq. Aber- Baillies of Aberdeen, deen. Williom F. L. Carnegie, Esq. of Hleary Paterson, Esq. Banker. Spynie and Boysaek. Colonel Turner, of Menie, C.R. Patrick Davidson, Esq. Aberdeen. Royal Artillery. Robert Duff, Esq. of Culter and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lady Blessington. Among the prose papers we should also single out a most tragical legendary tale called 'The Loch of Spynie' for considerable power and pathos in the telling; and there is a pleasant article on Venice, from which ve Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    more numerously than at any other time. There are always some hunting the large marshes, sucs as the Loch of Spynie, etc., and they may generally be seen either hunting for their prey, or perched on some tree or rock Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    somewhat over-formal. In the corner is Hogarth's " Distressed Poet," and just above hangs an interesting portrait of "L Lord Spynie," by George Jamesone, a Scotch painter of considerable reputation, who is little known in London. Two important Murillos hang Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A thentum. Fifteen years ago the nearly entire fossil remains of a little reptile were found in a quarry at Spynie. It was the first of the sort ever observed, and was named the Telerpeton, or ancient creeper. The appearance Subscribers-only content

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