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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1586, Jul-Sept

    to convene in name of the towne with the saidis commissioneris. 2 August 1586. Setting of Wester Muir . [The following parts of the Wester Muir were feued by public roup, conform to the act dated 20 July: Baglap, containing

    Extracts from the Records, 1589, Jan-Mar

    of Leyth. [The provost, bailles and council set to George Smyth, tailor and burges of Edinburgh, "the pasturage of thair Wester Lynks of Leyth betuix Weirdy Brow and St. Nicholas Chaipell, exceptand the howssis and bownds sett in tak of

    Entry Book, Miscellaneous, 1670-3, 01 January 1670-31 December 1673

    confirmation of a grant from James I. of certain debateable lands lying between England and Scotland. The said lands called Wester Stalford alias Whitefield and Halden Rigg, co. Northumberland, were granted by King James 1606-7, 2 Jan., to Sir George

    Extracts from the records, 1649

    off the particular landis, rowmes and maillings, eftermentionat, viz., Dalmarnok, Burrowfeild, Nicolhous, Broomehill, Liningshauche, Dalbeathes, Eister and Wester, Eist and West Thornes, Towcorse, wester quarter of Schettilstoune, midle quarter of Schettilstoune, Sandihills, Nether Newtowne, Over Newtoun, Stabcorse, Cowcaddens, Litle Cowcaddens,

    XLVII, Charter granting land in the Gallowmure to the chaplainries in the New Church (1529)

    on the north side of the said moor closely adjoining lengthwise the lands of the subdean of Glasgow commonly called Wester Cragis, and our moor on the west and south sides, and the lands of the treasurer of Glasgow on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fiwyddyn ddiWeddai. MlywddidJ gan- 'Mr. Thbomas Williamsj Oroesor. Brothain. i ' ' :ZRiS4:a .CAERDYDD.,: -C: I; L~howUDDIO .Or~iEw PA&MD.-Dywed y 'Wester Mail ' -fod ytad; Greli, .offeiriad &abaidd yn Nghaerdydd, yr hwn XL ddiwieddsa ddaethaidrosodd i'r wla'h-n a Holla wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ffestiniog. -Dia.u yn ydyfodol nas gall yr sdroddiad fod mor frafriol, h gan y bydd yn ychwanegol linell y GreAt Wester iv wedi rl ei hagor o gyfeiriad arall. Ar hyn o bryd, dcrbynia Y llinell Ffestiniog yn gyatal a'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MEDDYGINIARTR LYSIEUOTL. Mae Cymru yn sefyll yn enwog mewn cysylltiad A meddyginisaeth lysieuol o gyfnod borocaf ei hanes. Y rhai a enillasant iddynt on bunain ac i'w gwlad fwyaf o enwogrwydd mewn cynylltiad i'r gangen hon o physigwriaeth oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OCEAN RWTest-ES saloen, 10istmpe to 1 GUiJEXs; Inotermendiate in~o 6 Ceg uandto all p art s oc ulanar and whea Wester n To~nrithe Sportsmens aSd oetet, Lvisioogthe tCa sp~e;t~ tohe ret~er~lTAutiee wondErful s r Wn he adprhs not¶ OUtAIN anah Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BATS. I Through Tickets at Special Iates to. Montreal, To- Touto, Otwcago, and to ali PAAt, of Canada,. and the Wester. States. Tourists, Spio ismen. and others ivisiting the Ca- v radian Nujrth-West, cin ava~l thtAuselves of a 8peeatl loro Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 February 1819, 3 February 1819

    of the College of Justice in Scotland, and Masterion Ure Esquire, Trustees of the deceased Sir John Lowther Johnstone of Wester. hall Baronet, to the Appeal of Sir Christopher Bethell Codrington, was this Day brought in : The Lords following Subscribers-only content

    6 July 1819, 6 July 1819

    " Anstruther Wester, George Dishington Wright in " Anslruther Wester, and John Roger Ropemaker " there, pretended Baillies of the said Burgh of " Anstruther Wester; John Young Farmer or Land " Labourer in or near Anstruther Wester, pretended " Subscribers-only content

    6 February 1821, 6 February 1821

    the Instance of the " Executors of the said Countess of Bath, against Sir " George Frederick Johnstone Baronet, of Wester hall, as " Heir and Representative of the said Sir John Lowther " Johnstone his Father, and his Tutors Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1821, 8 February 1821

    lie on the Table. Incorpora- Upon reading the Petition of the Incorporation of tion of Wea- Weavers of Easter and Wester Portsburgh, Edinburgh e£f:Edm* under their c°mmon Seal; setting forth, « That the Bill Ordered, That there be laid before Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1829, 20 March 1829

    nvener art of •th: Closeburn: lmarnock: Incorpora¬ tion of Wrights, &c. of Leith: eilston: Swanington & Wood- Dalling: reech: KAlmuir Wester, &c i Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Parishes of Llanfatr, Clydoge, Llangyby and Betfws Clednvs, Subscribers-only content

 

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