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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, January 1592, 01 January 1592-31 January 1592

    this platt, for the which, the Ducke and moste parte of his husholde, are suspectede; and the holl Duglesses and Stewarts togeather with the holl towne of Leithe are likwise suspectede. The Erll Bothwell is beyounde the water as yett, Subscribers-only content

    Appendices

    saids statutes, and shall, under their hand, offer the person so chosen to the Sheriffs, Lords, and Bailiffs of Regalities, Stewarts, Commissaries, having the ordinary jurisdiction of that place, who are hereby authorised to give commission and deputation to the

    Elizabeth, September 1581, 01 September 1581-30 September 1581

    Lennox and Hamilton was thought by the Queen's friends to be the only mean to draw the whole Hamiltons and Stewarts to the mother's devotion. Whereupon the master and he thought meet that the King might be moved to abstain Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, December 1577, 01 December 1577-31 December 1577

    to Argyll, and was not long ago the lands of the Crown, and inhabited by the best of Stewarts, called the Stewarts of Lorne; whereof be now but a few, and yet valiant. These lands and lordship be now the Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, April 1588, 01 April 1588-30 April 1588

    few lands of the abbacy of Kelso, possessed presently by Cesford, who, as you heard, is the Chancellor's ally. Some Stewarts concurred with the Provost and Justice Clerk in this reconciliation making, as importing to the King's service, the Hamiltons

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STEWART, Sir Hugh, 2nd bt. (1792-1854), of Ballygawley Park, co. Tyrone

    Sheriff, co. Tyrone 1827-8. Biography The Stewarts of Ballygawley (or Athenry) were descended from the seventeenth-century Scot Captain Andrew Stewart of Gortigal, county Tyrone, whose elder brother James was the forbear of the neighbouring Stewarts of Killymoon. Like his father,

    STUART, Andrew (1725-1801), of Craigthorn, Lanark.

    bill, 2 Nov. 1796, rebuking opposition for their lack of confidence in government’s good intentions.[footnote]In his Genealogical History of the Stewarts (1798), Stuart concluded that he was heir male of the ancient royal line, a claim that did not go

    KER, David Guardi (?1778-1844), of Portavo and Montalto, co. Down

    for Antrim at the 1820 general election, was keen to "get into Parliament', but owing to his connection with the Stewarts (he was the foreign secretary Lord Castlereagh's* brother-in-law), complained that he had "been so much put down in jury

    STEWART, Dougal (aft.1658-1712), of Blairhall, Longforgan, Perth.

    1704–9. Ofifces Held Commr. of public accts. [S] 1704–5. Biography Civil War sufferings in the royalist cause had left the Stewarts of Ardmaleish seriously in debt and thus vulnerable to the temptations of Court patronage. At the same time their

    STUART, Andrew (1725-1801), of Craigthorn, Lanark.

    STUART, Andrew (1725-1801), of Craigthorn, Lanark. Constituency Dates Lanarkshire 1774 1784 Weymouth and Melcombe Regis 1790 18 May 1801 Ofifces Held King’s remembrancer in Exchequer [S] May 1770-Jan. 1771; jt. remembrancer 1771-86; jt. keeper of the signet [S] March

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anghydnabyddiaeth :a'r Gaelaeg frodorol. 0 barth Gaelaeg ddiweddar, credai i gymaint gael ei wneyd dros Gaelaeg yr Alban gan y Stewarts, Dr. L. Smith, Armstrong, Ewen M'Lachlan (o Aberdeen), a Dr. M'Intosh M' Kay, ag a wnaed er unrhyw un Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    time thev fli9d ill more entertaiwnmlent in the recollection of ose whlo are find. Thus in the time of the Stewarts, the vene- rable paft bf tIe pit h ad their Trlerorn to recollect and their Nell Gvny to enjoy; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    little too far back for his language, may be doubtful; for although " that in which the accomplished and facetious Stewarts once deigned to sport their wit and pen their lively lays," we suspect that at present it can be, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ult., at the age of gs, Mrs. Margaret Stewart, relict of Mr. J.-Hall. This venerable matron was one of the Stewarts of Appin. Her father, who was nearly allied to his " Chieftain," turned out " wi' Charlie" in forty-five, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. THE FUNDS.-SATURDAY, FOUR O'CLOCK. OIUTOlisH. Prtce. F it EIG N. Price. Consols . . . 9.1 . Belgian * - 101 Do. Account . . . . 91i Brazil . - - 7 3perCent.Reduced* 92 Dutch 24 per Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Economic and Social History Industry and Trade, 1880-1960

    In 1946 its joint holding with Stewarts and Lloyds in Bromford Tube, Tube Rolling Mills, and Jarrow Tube was dispersed, the latter two firms joining Tube Investments along with a holding of £375,000 in Stewarts and Lloyds stock. From 1930

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    ., 58 Stephenson : John, & Co., 116 n Rob., rly. engineer, 110 Sterry (Sterrer): Ric., 8 Wm., 8 n Stewarts & Lloyds , 201 Stillingfleet , Edw., minister of West Bromwich , 51-2, 63 stirrups , see horse furniture

    Index K-Z

    Mill , Stephens, J. R. , Stevens, J. V. , Stevenson , Wm., Steward , Peter the, see Birmingham (fam.) Stewarts and Lloyds , Stich , Ric., Stiefel, R. C. , Stiff, W. C. , Stinton , Mary, Stirchley ,

    Walsall Economic history

    passed to John Russell & Co. of Wednesbury . 66 The company continued to occupy the works until 1929 when Stewarts & Lloyds took over Russells and closed it. 67 In 1860 another firm, Brown & Chesterton , was making

 

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