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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1512

    c xii . The quhilk day dauid layng is becum myn souerte and lawborgh for anges his spous that Katerine Wardlaw salbe harmeless and skaithles of hir and all that scho may lett but fraude and gyle bot as law

    Extracts from the Records, 1505

    The assise upon wheat and malt. ] Assise . Robertus Rynd Joannes Adamesoun Willelmus Bothuele Robertus Brus Willelmus Lokart Robertus Wardlaw Joannes Fischear Joannes Cranstoun Thomas Levingtoun Joannes Wicht Stephanus Bell Henricus Young. Joannes Broun Quheitt . The assyse abouewritten

    Extracts from the Records, 1554

    ferkynnis. 24 November 1554. Villa, Leyth. In presens of the prouest and baillies sittand in jugement, Michael Rynd enterit Johne Wardlaw, James Litstar, James Bartane and Johne Colle at the instance of the fermorar of the wyld auenturis; and thairefter

    Warrant Books, July 1715, 11-15, 11 July 1715-15 July 1715

    Gilbert Wardlaw, their late Agent for Transports in the Mediterranean, as stated by the said Commissioners and by Auditor Harley, and to pay the 603 l . 18 s . 11 d . balance due thereon to the said Wardlaw:

    Extracts from the Records, 1531

    publici et testium subscriptorum presentia personaliter accessit honorabilis vir, Andreas Murray de Blakbarony, ad personalem presentiam Henrici Wardlaw, filii et apparentis heredis Johannis Wardlaw de Torry, et ibidem pronunciauit quandam scriptam siue contractum requirendo ipsum ad implendum eiusdem, inter ipsum

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WARDLAw, you perceive, believes the Church Y wai and the State to be established on two directly con. a a y trary principles; one he calls the secular, the other cy Ythe antisecular principle .............. And yet De. vyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    blessing from above (Mont. gonmery)'; Give me the wings of faith to rise (Watts); Hail morning known among the blest (Wardlaw); Hear . whatthe voice from heaven proclaims (Watts) : Jesus, tender Shepherd, bear me..(Mrs. Duncan); Sweeter .ounds thhns music Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RHESTR 0 LYFRAU, B CYHORDDEDIG NEU WERTH GAN J O'H N D AY I E S, iNOT BRIPD, dAER N.A RF OKN. *A§ Anfonir.yne 7rhad ar dderbyniad em Owertth mewn 8tamdp rd poet. FY NHAD wedi -ei barotoi i'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R YN Y TY, gany Paroh-. John IFonjkeq 1 Rhuthyn. Pris Sc. - - ', SABRATH, -gj y' arci. Df. Wardlaw. 1 Pris 3c. mHE CLERY'tAsN'S WIFE, eo aCiMemoir of-the T late Mira. `ORGAY, of Satobn, Vj her 4usband. L Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R YN .Y TYj gan y Parch John Fouikes, I Rhuthyn. Pris 8,,0 ;e.- y SABBATHIIgai~n y Parch, D.r. - Wardlaw,. T HE CLERGYMAN'S WIFE, or-a Memzoir of-the T late Mrs. MORGAN, o.-Systoni~by her-Husband. L LYFR TOCYNAU AEI;0bA-ETH E1GLWYs.IG, 1Pris Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    126 Warborough , 46, 53, 71, 72 Ward , Seth, bp. of Salisbury , 161 Wardell , W., architect, 63 Wardlaw , Capt. E. P., 144 Wareham Guild Ltd. , Lond. , 80 Wareville , de, Ralph, can. of Lincoln

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 February 1734, 5 February 1735

    withdraw. Ordered, That the faid Appeal be difmiffed ac¬ cordingly. Capt. Halket fhe ]ike Information was given, with refpett to the T. Ward- Caufe wherein Captain Halket is Appellant, and Sir Qeorge Wardlaw Baronet Refpondent. Vol. XXIV. l»w i DIE Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1734, 3 March 1735

    JuiUce Denton; with the ufual Directions, according to the Standing Orders. Giffard againft Webb. Barlow again ft Barlow. Hoggin againft Wardlaw. PRAYERS. The Anfwer of John Webb, to the Appeal of John Giffard: As alfo, the Anfwer of Robert Barlow Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1734, 6 March 1735

    Staves. I?' It Ep ep EP EP Iloggan again ft Wardlaw. Ordered, That the hearing the Caufe wherein John Hoggan Provoft of Kinghorn and others are Appel¬ lants, and William Wardlaw of Abden and others are RefpondentP, which {lands appointed Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1816, 15 February 1816

    Councillor; William Brand, " Deacon of the Incorporation of Smiths, {alias Girdle " Makers) and a Trades Councillor 5 James Wardlaw, " in his feveral Capacities of pretended Proxy in the " Room of John Stephen, and of pretended Deacon Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1817, 31 January 1817

    John Panton, Andrew Malcolm, James Smith, John Blellock, Robert Stark junior, William Smith, Henry Broivn, Robert Tannockie, John Mitchell, James Wardlaw, William Brand, and Robert Spittal, may be required to answer the said "- Appeal:" It is Ordered, That the Subscribers-only content


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