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  • * British History Online * *

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    Journal, July 1739, Volume 47, 01 July 1739-31 July 1739

    answered Mr. Murray's objection to it. Then several witnesses were examined upon oath, in favour of the Act, vizt. Dr. Sydserf, who came from Antigua abou t two months ago, and Mr. Bethell, Mr. Bodicoat and Mr. Joyce, merchants of

    Historical preface, 1636-7

    Lindsay of Edinburgh, Thomas Sydserf of Galloway, John Maxwell of Ross, and Walter Whytfoord of Brechin. Lindsay afterwards went to England, and died at Newcastle in December, 1641. [Fasti Ecclesi , I., p. 392 ] . Sydserf attended the king

    Acts, 1645

    of that Ilk, Mr George Hume of Kimmerjame, Sir John Smith , Mr Alexander Colvill, Justice Depute, John Binnie, Archibald Sydserf, Laurence Henderson, James Stuart, Gilbert Sommervell, John Semple, Mr Robert Barclay, Patrick Leslie, James Law, Mr Robert Cuninghame, George

    General Index, S, 01 November 1651-30 November 1652

    Sibbald , Dr., Scotchman Sickness , see Plague. Sidney , Col. Algernon, member of the Council of State Sidserfe , Sydserf, or Sedsrif, Archibald Silk duty on dyeing of seizure of Silk , ships laden with Silke , Jno., jun. Subscribers-only content

    Anne, Table IX. Scottish Warrants., 01 June 1703-31 December 1703

    in favour of Daniel Simson, Writer to the Signet, and Jean Aichiesone, his spouse, lawful daughter to Robert Aichiesone of Sydserf, granting to them, "and [the ] longest liver of them two in conjunct fee and liferent (for her liferent Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I Royal Veterar Battalion; Falloon, half-pay 23d Drhgooert1 otiglas, hIalf-pay 18tl roott Manners, half-pay 25th Foot aylor, half-pay 41st Foot Sydserf, half-pay 82d Foot arsliall, 46th Foot ; Fothergill, late let Royal Veteran attalion ; Gravatt, 2d Foot, killed in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    newspape r; he knew one of the parties mentioned, Mr. Hilladon knew Sinclair and Sydserf (the real person), and Shires. Had seen Shires and the real Sydserf together very oten in 1846. The real Sydeerf was a commission agent. John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. [Fbom To-Dat's Financial News.! Nkw Yobk, Sunday. - Yesterday waa another disappointing day in tha Stock market, notwithstanding that it is generally conceded thaa Jay Gould had secured the control of the Baltimore and Ohio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE GOLD COAST DEVELOPMENT SYNDICATE, LIMITED. (From the Financier, Feb. 18, IS9-5.) Matters in connection with this Syndicate are progressing very satisfactorily, and certain negotiations are now on foot with influential firms which, if completed, must add considerably to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AUCHTERGAVEX P._RiSH~COTTvrrT. gSHSa5_nE§ said hi. ,__o= r . '-■"urt of Session, and aSaS&^tfT«__ 35t_S r _isSrSiS the minute should hi **« _ becausehe thought he objected but hJf X* J»PP roved °* that lar. M_ D M'N,h '___ V" Subscribers-only content

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