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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1643

    at the Brigend this nixt ensewing weik. 1 April 1643. Struthers legacie . Grants commissioune to James Bell to deall and aggrie with the toune of Edinburgh anent Mr. Williame Struthers legacie left to the college. Warrand, brige . Item,

    Extracts from the records, 1650

    that these non paymentis be eattin first vpe. Struthers legacie . Item, ordaines a dischairge of Mr. William Struthers legasie to the laird of Minto to be subscryvit. 16 November 1650. College, Struthers money . Thair was ane ordinance made

    Extracts from the records, 1659

    deceast Mr. William Struthers and Mr. Zacharias Boyd, quhairwnto the toune ar patrons, it is resolved that the toune being secured in there patronage off the bussers, conforme to the mortificatioune mad be the said Mr. William Struthers thairanent, to

    Index to records

    of, 316, 329, 454, 463; arrangement with, as to Struthers and Boyd bursaries, 413, 418; questions between town and, as to bibliothecar, 434, 435, 436, 438, 453, 454, 468. See Wilson; Struthers; Boyd. Commissariot , remit by parliament as to,

    Charles II, August 1679, 01 August 1679-31 August 1679

    Thomas Innes, eldest son and heir to the deceased John Innes, notar in Auldearne, of the town and lands of Struthers and of divers other lands. (The purport sufficiently appears from the ratification printed in the Acts of the Parliament Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 July 1825, 5 July 1825

    Clarendon. Liverpool. Rosslyn. Limerick. Struthers Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Mrs. Adeliza etal.v.Barr: Struthers, Relict of the deceased John M'llwham, Manu¬ facturer in Glasgow, James Damley, Merchant there, Kirkman Finlay, Merchant there, Robert Struthers, Brewer there, James Davidson, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 5 January 1826

    2% and committed, 17th March, 130.— Reported, 18th March, 135.—Read 3% and passed, 21st March, 141._Royal Assent, 23d March, 148. Struthers et al. v. Bara; Appeal presented, 6th July, 1290. —Recognizance, eodem die, ibid. Stuart v. Paton; Appeal presented, 18th Subscribers-only content

    6 February 1826, 6 February 1826

    Februarii. J.1826. 7 Struthers et al. v. Barr, Petn to revive Appeal, & for Leave to lodge Case, refd to Ap¬ peal Comee. " volving Rights of Election in Scotland are entitled to " Precedence in the Court of Session, Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1826, 10 March 1826

    their Lord- " ships great Wisdom, shall seem meet; and that Gavin " Struthers of Netherfield Dyke, James Struthers, residing " at Allanbank near Hamilton, Jean Struthers, Spouse of " William Dykes, residing at Eddlewood near Hamilton, " and the Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1826, 7 April 1826

    of this House. The House being informed, " That John Barr, Re- Stmthers et " spondent to the Appeal of Mrs. Adeliza Struthers and al- v-Bair- f< others, had not put in his Answer to the said Appeal, «« though Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aterproof leather manufacturer-S. Lante, Huston old town, C. B SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. Ia, *Begg, Dundee, spirit merchant-J. Graham, Battery etace, RothesayW. Struthers, Glasgow, auctioneer-W. Stevenson, Glasgow, carpenter-A. Valiance, Glasgow, manu- facturer-T. Saunders and J. Laing, Dundee and Birmingham, manufacttrer's-D. Spence, Perth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ditto; Lieut. C. B. Tulloch, very severely ditto: Ensign J. El. C. Ewart, slightly ditto. 14Lh Regiment Native Infantry-Captain NV. Struthers, slightly wounded ; Brevet Captain C. G. Walsh, ditto; Lisut. A. 0. Wood, severely ditto; Lieut. 1. H. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    feudal times and the memory of her ancestors-a re,: verence which she indulged in the erection of Crawford Priory, nea. Struthers, the rained castle of the Lindsays of the Byres, in Fife- shire. It was in the Gothic hall of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    than a month it has swept away seven surgeons, while eight more are at this moment prostrate under its influence. Struthers, Newton, WasoD, Langham, Macartney, Alibert, and Marshall have died of it after very short illnesses, and M'Ilree, John- son, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Commercial road, cab proprietor-Sept 19, J Wilson, formerly of Sunderland, shipowner. Scotils qequeutraeions. Ross, Mitchell, and Co, Glasgow, mer- chants-W Struthers, Uddingstoi, joiner-G Lawson, Glasgow, cabinet maker. - - ----- -- 1-11 . - ?. - "-, Friday, August 31. Subscribers-only content

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