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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1655

    merkes monye, and for securitie wherof we stand infeft and seasit in all and haill his fyve merke land of Titwood, as ane pairt of his landis and baronie of Kilmares, . . . of the which four thowsande merkes

    Extracts from the records, 1663

    . Recomendis to John Ker, baillie in Gorballes, to sett the tounes hous in the muir to John Sheilles in Titwood the best commodious way he can for the tounes guid. Well in Stockwelgait . Recommendis to the deacon conveiner

    Index of subjects and places

    266. Test . See Declaration . Testimonials of strangers , 505. See Strangers . Through stones . See Kirkyard . Titwood , 17. Tobacco , 22, 107, 174, 229, 300; duty on, 159. pipes, makers of, admitted burgesses, 112; clay

    Index of persons

    296. George, in Partick, 318, 319. James, 550. John, 155. Thomas, maltman, 415. William, 539. Shirrelaw , John, 285; in Titwood, 17. William, cooper, 69. Shomeberg , duke, 449. Silvercraigs , laird of, 28, 32, 33, 44, 46, 47, 70,

    Historical preface, 1588-99

    dated 5th November, 1596, also granting in feu, to John Maxwell of Nether Pollok, the lands of Haggis, Govanshiels, and Titwood, in the barony and regality of Glasgow and sheriffdom of Renfrew. These lands are described as having formerly belonged

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (I ydesdale Club, one of the tstror.gest of the local clubs. Thie match was pilayed on a fine wicket at Titwood P1rk, two nilles from the city. Spolforth wes still unable to play with the Australians, ind A. n1. Jarviq Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    given as the train left the platfoisi , and a eclute of teenty-olne guns was fired as it passed :, Titwood. The train reached Carlisle at 1.25 p.m. 'lhe statioll aas crowded with spectators, and all euricesire had been formed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cath- cart, Govara, Hillhoad, Hut -hesontown, Kingston. Partick, Polloksbaws. Pollokeilields, Polmadie, Queen's Park, Saint Rollor, Saint Vincent, Shaw- lands, Springhurn, Titwood, T'olloross, Welloroft, Willowbank. and Whitevale. At the close it was found that ilutehecontow n had won the first prize Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i F , 1 SPORTI ?? G I'S IELLI I.............. 11 .................. . . .. ., L.4, ENGLISH So N ' T~ON'N. SATrRISXY A- " raeng- h:l.i is-cit Lot cc.. the1 grabter ptt&ti.-,- TAken ou thm3 who'-~O tip one, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0, 7'. Wilson (b Webster) 0 ; extrose, 12. "TAKEN MRON Lire" COasPANY V. "Y\EWV BAPYLON " COH- PANY.-Played at Titwood, Glasgow, on Thursday, 11th inst. Score : ";NLW 3AsrYLON " COMPAINY. Total, 38; of which Christi- son (not out) Subscribers-only content

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