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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, October 1576, 01 October 1576-31 October 1576

    or stand him in stead. As to the purpose of the Laird of Cesford and his friends the Carrs in Teviotdale to present themselves with overture of their service to the King our sovereign here, there passed such rumour here Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 3, June 1550, 01 June 1550-30 June 1550

    in it; nor to take any mail of the Scots without a signed receipt. We hear that in Marsh and Teviotdale many of the commonalty, but few gentlemen come in to receive assurance. We have left much to your discretion, Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1723

    at Maxton, his Sermon, preached before the Synod of Merse and Teviotdale. The General Assembly having had under consideration a reference made by the Synod of Merse and Teviotdale to the Commission of the late General Assembly, and by them

    Acts, 1758

    There was transmitted to the General Assembly, from their Committee for Bills, a reference from the Synod of Merse and Teviotdale, concerning the Rev. Mr Thomas Boston, who had deserted his charge of the parish of Oxnam, and set up

    Charles I - volume 539, July 1640, 01 July 1640-31 July 1640

    rebels encouragement. 5. Concerning the safe coming down of the petitioners and especially how the liberation of the sheriff of Teviotdale [Sir William Douglas ] wrought harmful effect. 6. What power Lord Dunfermline has raised to withstand royal authority. 7. Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Additional to Lane: null Status: 3 Meeting Places Unicorn, Hillgate, Stockport, Cheshire 1760 Talbot, Brinksway, Stockport, Cheshire 1760 Bowling Green, Teviotdale, Stockport, Cheshire 1766 White Lion, Underbank, Stockport, Cheshire 1767 Talbot, Brinksway, Stockport, Cheshire 1771 Bro. Spencer's, Stockport, Cheshire 1773

    Lodge of Unanimity

    (1863): 0 Meeting Places The Sun, Market Place, Stockport, Cheshire 1791 The Anchor, Park Street, Stockport, Cheshire 1791 King's Head, Teviotdale, Stockport, Cheshire 1794 Pack Horse Inn, Market Place, Stockport, Cheshire 1794 Neptune Inn, Mersey Street, Stockport, Cheshire 1832 Castle

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELIOTT, Sir Gilbert, 3rd Bt. (c.1680-1764), of Stobs, Roxburgh.

    ELIOTT, Sir Gilbert, 3rd Bt. (c.1680-1764), of Stobs, Roxburgh. Constituency Dates Roxburghshire (Teviotdale) 1708 1715 Roxburghshire (Teviotdale) 6 July 1726 1727 Biography The Eliotts of Stobs considered themselves natural political leaders in Roxburghshire, Sir Gilbert Eliott being the fourth generation

    DOUGLAS, Archibald (c.1667-1741), of Cavers, Roxburgh.

    1727 1734 Ofifces Held M.P. [S] Roxburghshire 1700-7. Ofifces Held Hereditary sheriff, Roxburghshire, or Teviotdale, 1698-d.; commr. for the union of Scotland and England 1702; P.C. [S] Feb. 1703; commr. of the Exchequer [S] 1703; receiver gen. [S] 1704-18; postmaster

    BENNET, William (d. 1729), of Grubbet, Roxburgh.

    BENNET, William (d. 1729), of Grubbet, Roxburgh. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Ofifces Held Capt. own tp. of horse 1689–94, R. Scots drag. 1693; maj. Ld. Jedburgh’s tp. of horse bef. 1697; half-pay 1698; muster master gen. [S] 1704–8;

    GRAY, Sir Thomas (c.1359-1400), of Heaton in Wark, Northumb.

    the second, the northern knight Sir John Lilburn, upon whom she settled a life interest in her own estates in Teviotdale in Roxburghshire. Not until her death, then, which occurred after 1389, did the young Thomas Gray succeed to the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the higher lands of this range of country, the harvest is not so far advanced as with us in Teviotdale and Tweedside, yet the farmer has a near prospect of speedily bearing " the harvest treasures homne" in safety. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V. THE KiNa OF HANOVER. -This cause came on upon demurrer. The defendant was described as Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale in Great Britain, Earl of Armagh in Ireland, and King of Hanover. The bill stated that in 1830 the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    woods in Roxburgh- shire. The larches are dying fast, and other descriptions also. In the Dukre of Buccleugh's plantations in Teviotdale, Eskdale, and Ewes, the havoc is very great, threatening to destroymany woodlands altogether. The Herefordshire election is fixed for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    England, where he remained until April, 1799, when be was created Duke of Cumberland, Earl of Armagh, and Duke of Teviotdale, with as par- liamentary grant of 12,0001. per annum. At this time he was appointed to command the British Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Observer Redcar News - St. Helen's Advertiser South Wales Press. Staffordshire Times Sussex Coast Mercury Swansea Herald . Teigumouth Gazette- Teviotdale Record, Tredegar News Ulverston Mirror Wakefield Free Press Walthamstow Chronicle. West Middlesex Advertiser. Weston-super-Mare Gazette Whitehaven Herald Woodbridge Reporter Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Holmcultram

    of Holmcultram, MS. ff. 66-7. Harl. MS. 3891, f. 87b. National MSS. of Scotland , 1, 38; Monastic Annals of Teviotdale , 57-9. Bened. of Peterborough , Gesta Hen. II. et Ric. I . (Rolls Ser.), ii. 80. Harl. MS.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 May 1799, 6 May 1799

    Day of April, in the 39th Year of the Reign of His prefent Majefly, created Duke of Cumberland and of Teviotdale, was (in His Robes) in¬ troduced, between His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Tork, and His Royal Highnefs the Subscribers-only content

    1 December 1802, 1 December 1802

    Ho¬ even for a Naturaliz¬ ation Bill. Upon reading the Petition of Ernefi Augti/ius Duke of D. Cumber- Cuniberland and Teviotdale and Earl of Armagh ; fetting land's Peti- forth, " That the Petitioner was a Peer of Ireland be- Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1805, 6 March 1805

    ; William Henry Duke of Clarence and Saint Andrew, and Earl ofMunßer ; Er- neß Auguflus Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale, and Earl of Armagh ; William Henry Duke of Gloucefler and Edinburgh, and Earl of Connaught; William Earl of Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1805, 7 March 1805

    of Ulßer; Wil¬ liam Henry Duke of Clarence and Saint Andrew, and Earl of Munßer; Erneß Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale, and Earl of Armagh ; William Henry Duke of Gloucefler and Edinburgh, and Earl of Connaught; William Earl of Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1813, 24 February 1813

    of Lords» it Synod of Meife & Teviotdale: ers of itantsof mitan. in: Aldermen, &c. of Bod¬ min: " which may either directly or remotely alter the Con- *f ftitution of the Country in Church or State :" It is Subscribers-only content

 

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