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  • * British History Online *

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    Elizabeth, August 1574, 12 August 1574-28 August 1574

    l ., to produce the jewels before him and the Council, on the 24th September, relaxation shall be incontinent granted. Aberdeen, 28 August 1574. Copy . The Earl of Argyle's Answer to the Memoir . In the articles sent by

    Acts and Proceedings, 1604, July

    of the Burgh of Aberdeen, at four hours after noon, or thereby, before these witnesses, Mrs Peter Blackburne, Janes Ross, Archibald Bleckburne, Ministers at Aberdeen, John Rough, Minister at Nig, Mr Thomas Nicolson, Commissar at Aberdeen, and George Nicolson, burgess

    Acts and Proceedings, 1605, July

    Thomson skinner, burgesses of Aberdeen, Mr George Spence servitour to the said Mr John Forbess, and Thomas Forbess son to Thomas Forbesse elder, burgess of Aberdeen. Sic subscribitur, Ita est, Magister Thomas Mollesonus, Scriba Communis de Aberdeen. Ita est, Walterus

    Corrigenda to volume 3

    Galloway, Aberdeen, Kile, minister of. 337. 8. Edinburgh read Aberdeen. 368. 6, 7, 8. John read Gilbert. 425. 27. continuance read contumacie. 425. 30. voundit read unmeet (C.) 435. 24. Etham read Eythan. 470. 13. Angus and Marnes read Aberdeen

    Index, U, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    of, 427; establishment, 124. Urquhart , James, Professor of Philosophy in King's College, Aberdeen University, pension for, 479. -, Pat., Professor of Medicine in King's College, Aberdeen University, pension for, 479. Usas , Tyke, master of the St. Peter's Fishery

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 17/04/1765

    was his real name, was born near Aberdeen in North Briton, of very reputable parents, who gave him a liberal education; when of a proper age they sent him to the university of Aberdeen, intending him for a minister of

    Ordinary's Account, 04/05/1741

    the Principles of our Christian Faith; when of Age, he was put Apprentice to a Merchant in the City of Aberdeen , with whom he serv'd his Time honestly; when he came out of his Time, with the Assistance of

    Ordinary's Account, 27/04/1752

    came up to London , and listed for a Soldier in Colonel Backland's Regiment of Foot, and was sent to Aberdeen in Scotland to the Regiment, where he found himself still equally uneasy, and that what Horace says, was true,


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