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  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Book, May 1712, 1-10, 01 May 1712-31 May 1712

    others above-mentioned, to be holden Waird and Blench respective; and your Majesty is pleased to change the holding of that part of the said lands sometime pertaining to the said David Balfour from Simple Waird to Taxt Ward for payment

    Extracts from the accounts, 1670-1680

    said poor men and boyes, conforme to the said bischops ordour and their discharge, 96 0 0 Item, to George Waird for his incurragment to keep a school for learning the young childern to wryt, be warrand daitit 24 September

    Extracts from the records, 1674

    was strukin. Warrand, school, drogs . Ordaines the thesaurer to have a warrand for ten rex dollouris given to George Waird for his incuradgment to stay in the toune and keep a school; and for thrie scoir eightine pundis xij

    Acts and Proceedings, 1580, October

    Tiviotdail. [Mr Andrew Blackhall: Tweddail. Mr Andrew Hay: Clidesdale, Ranfrew, & c. Mr Robert Lindsay: from Lanerk up the one Waird of Clide. Mr Peter Watson: Nithisdail. C. ] The Assemblie gives full power and commission to [their beloved brethren

    Warrant Book, July 1711, 11-20, 01 July 1711-31 July 1711

    a dispensation for taking seisin "which lands were formerly held in Simple Waird and is now changed to Taxt Waird for payment of the Taxt Deuties of Waird, Nonentrie, Relief and marriage of the heirs." Out Letters ( North Britain

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trat lie had been instrumental in his ivife's death -Tbe vet diet was recorded according to thie evidence of Mr. Waird, "g That the deceased died of disease." About dusk on Moiday eretling, as ?Mr. Jonathan Frampton, a Volag geutleuan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prie of ti a db:)t sin ial allusi 000 svtr at tomae i c sspecchi of l~lr ll~hiiskt on i'sonleor Waird thle 10a qhix ot L05anId'ls!iiL' partiii l!:m . iv5. t~i'-' m . ':id i,,,,,iI tlie eSIS strh.i' I s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wilful Murder was re- turned against Nixoa, who protested his innocence. SUICIDE BY CHIARCOAL. _ A female servant of Mr Waird, Rue de Ilundres, in Paris, committed suicide on Wednesday week by burning charcoal, in consequence of disappointment in love. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wan. Hy. Enfield Chappell Willi m, 3 Harley place, New road Chapman Art, or G. 65 Lombard street Crapman David Waird, 65 Lombard street Chapman Danial, Cranfr,d Charleton Edward, Sr mary at hill Charletun John, 28 St Mary at hill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PTIBLIO AMUSEX~ENTES, ',puatlyE rOYAL, ]3IRBINGHA~lI. 't_,jtlisbnent will remain C~LOSEID until December 26, 1' -:-,~,mouprq-aions reiquired for the llrodlactionlof 0 OF W'AI.E S THEATRE, BRADSTEE. VI CLSDTILL FItll)AV, DiCEMil}'1P, 26, i WVHEN WILL BE1 PRIODUJCED C dC;OgiGLOUS PANTOMIME, " THE, Subscribers-only content

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