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  • * British History Online *

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    CXVII, Act of parliament concerning superiorities of episcopal lands (1641)

    nothing holdine of the deane or subdeane; as also bot prejudice to the Erle of Lauderdaill of his infeftment of Stobo and Ettilstoune, which is nowayes prejudged by this acte nor reservatione foirsaid; provyding that this provisione shall not better

    LIII, Letter of Mary exempting certain members of the University from a tax on clergy (1556)

    and favoure we beir thairto and commone wele of our realme, dischargis exoneris and quieteclamis Maister Johne Colquhoune person of Stobo, Rector for the tyme of the said Vniuersite, Maister Johne Layng, person of Luss, dene of Facultye, and Maister

    XLII , Appointment of patrons of chaplainry in church of St Roche (1508)

    XLII. Instrument setting forth the appointment by Mr Thomas Muirheid, rector of Stobo, of the Provost, Bailies, and Councillors of the Burgh as patrons of a chaplainry founded by him in St Roche's Church. Dated 10 October 1508. [Latin text

    Extracts from the records, 1588

    Johne Mwdie sicht and visie everilk day the said honest men swa that the statut be keipit; and ordanis Williame Stobo, officer, to warne the saidis personis. 29 October 1588. Lyall, Robensoun, wrang . Dauid Lyll and James Robesoun, flescheouris,

    Extracts from the records, 1594

    paine of fyve lib. ilk persoune that failyeis being chargit thairto, and to continew quhill farder occasioune, and first to enter Andro Baillie and William Stobo with him. The records from 31st July, 1590, to 5th October, 1594, are awanting.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Place, the Lads Charlotte Hope, wife of the Right Hon. Charles Hope, Lord President of the Court of Session. At Stobo, Peebles-shire, on the 9th ult., Mr. Robert RIogg, nephew of the Ettrick Shepherd. At Swanston, on the 22d ult,, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grove lane, Carmberwell cebesoe facror~W Edwards, Church Gressley, Derbyshire, atid Blackfocdby, lei. cestetahire, china and eartbenware maiiufacturer, SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS, W. Stobo, Laurirston of Glasgow, lock maker-P. M. Ken. nedy, Glasgow, druggist-A. Murray, Leith, pitter-D. Millar Crtcraig, Lanarkshire, farmer- C. utorchison, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Devon, cyder merchant- .ao. 23, E. Brns, Liverpool millwiright. fcoaeb Seanestratio s.-1. Copland and F. W. Bricemann, Dundee, si brokers-P. Stobo, Glasgow, :Unith-H. Miller, Glasgow, copperemith, Jcanuarry 4. BanDkruaPtfs.-I. Crickr,:r. Donyland, Essex, ship owner. or- SoutlamptOn building-s Chancery lain. -R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about 1844 at Stapleton, in Dumfries- shire, by taking charge of that comparatively small property. From that he went to Stobo, as farm manager to Sir G. Montgomery, Bait.; thence to Windsor, to superintend the home farms of Prince Albert, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grabe~men'§ >bre%xe%, IMPORTANT SALE Or SILK MERCERY, DRAPERY, BONNETS, AND STATIONERY GOODS. - L AINGS A N D C O., Respectfully nform the Prublio that they have purchased, by Tender for cash, at a discount Of 47t off cost Subscribers-only content

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