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  • * British History Online *

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    XCVII , Sasine concerning the customs and duties of the Trone of the Burgh (1615)

    privilegijs, libertatibus et pertinentijs quibuscunque eidem spectantibus: Et accessit ad personalem presentiam discreti viri magistri Joannis Andersone j unioris de Stobcross, ballivi in hac parte specialiter constituti; et dictam cartam continentem in se preceptum sasine ea reverentia qua decuit presentauit,

    Index of persons

    117; bailie depute of regality, 365, 367; Mr. William, minister, 53, 55, 114, 127, 152, 215, 279, 351, 491 503. Stobcross (Stobcors), laird of, 92, 110, 219. Strachan , Mr. Gilbert, servitor to archbishop, 62. Strang , doctor, 503. Strathmore

    Index, A - K

    James, 314. James, servitor, 324. John, elder, councillor, 359. John, younger, councillor, 359. John, councillor, 363, 397. John, younger of Stobcross, 297, 299. J. (Carnweth), 324, 363. John, servitor, 322. Ninian, councillor, 303, 308, 309; bailie, 359, 363, 364; councillor,

    Index, M-Z

    590; water bailie, 350, 493. William, of Glorat, a14. William, a46, a60; customer depute, a46; merchant, 605 8, 619 20. Stobcross (Stobcors), 560. Stobo , barony of, 143; parsonage of, 245; and vicarage of, a62. rector of, 88, 548. Stockwell

    Index, L - Z

    of, 7; Thomas of, chancellor, 13. Henry, student, 363. Walter, councillor, 303, 309, 359, 363. William, earl of, 374, 395. Stobcross (Stobcors), 217, 229, 232; John Anderson, younger of, 297, 299. Stobo , Earl of Lauderdale's infeftment of, excepted from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    more important sections of their system. Not the slightest attempt has yet been made to continue the goods traffic at Stobcross Goods Depart- ment, a most important deptt of the North British and Caledonian Companies. The entire yard has a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    more important sections of their system. Not the slightest attempt has yet been made to continue theg goods traffic at Stobcross goods department, a most important depot of the North British and Caledonian Companies. The entire yard has a Sunday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Park, I I II I i I I I I I I I I I I r Port Eglington. and Stobcross goods and mineral depots, there is little or nothing being done. It is estimated that there are about 60,000 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to introduce into Parliament during the session a bill to enable the comipany to make a short line connecting the Stobcross branch of the North British Company withthe line to Yoker, and to obtain an exten- sion of running powers; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ITHE APPALLING DISASTER ON 1' @'; ! THE CLYDE. iONE .)PJNDRED AND FIFTY LIVES IOST. The extent of the calamity whioh occurred on Tuesday C 'at the sbipbuilding yard of Messrs. Alexander Stephen and Sons, Lirithouse, near Glasgow, is Subscribers-only content

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