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    General Index, A, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    University of, Chancellor of. See Haliburton, George, Bishop of Brechin, afterwards of Aberdeen.Aberdeen , Earl of. See Gordon, Sir George, of Haddo, afterwards first Earl of Aberdeen, etc. Aberdeenshire , disorders in warrant for gift of office of Sheriff Subscribers-only content

    George III, February 1767, 01 February 1767-28 February 1767

    Scotch Correspnce., 1763 95, p. 24. 437. The Same to the Earl of Findlater. To inform him that His Majesty was pleased to appoint Mr. Ross to the professorship of oriental languages in the King's College of Aberdeen. St. James's. Subscribers-only content

    America and West Indies, April 1674, 01 April 1674-30 April 1674

    of these nine are members of British, Irish, or continental universities, viz.: two from Oxford, four from Cambridge, one from Aberdeen, one from Dublin, and one from Lyons. There is one Indian, Caleb Cheesechaumuck. Appended are some Latin verses addressed

    Preface

    many depositions, relations, remonstrances, speeches, and other writings on the same subject. According to a deposition of George Forbes, of Aberdeen, gentleman, who was steward to the Dutch at Amboyna when the English were executed. there arose at the very

    Index, A

    , the Laird of, see Scott, Thomas. Abdias , 686 (3). Abel , Henry, 142. Aberdeen , 352 (2), 392 (9), 485 (3), 651 (2), 670, 710 (2), 717 (4), 845 (2). Aberlady (Haddington), 243 (4), 485 (8), 537 (2).

    Index, A

    Schetz. Abbeville , 16 (2). Aberdeen , 123. -, Thomas Menzies, Provost of, 479 note . Abington , John, Surveyor of the Queen's stores at Berwick, letter from, 1025. -, -, 222, 484 (6), 537 (3), 548 (5), 603, 604

    Preface

    autumn had set in before Mary began her expedition to the no rthern parts of the kingdom. She had reached Aberdeen on the last of August, and, late as the season was, she proceeded to Inverness, where, on September 9,

    Dates of Principal Events

    " Treaty of St. Germains-en-Laye 5 " " Brechin House taken by Lennox 14 " " Spanish officers land at Aberdeen 14 " " Sussex again invades Scotlan d 22 " " Cobham has audience with Alva 28 " "

    Volume 257, Miscellaneous, 1726, 01 January 1726-31 December 1726

    Ireland thereon. 4 pages. 10 Aug. 35. Depositions - Copy Precognition. Touching a charge of making counterfeit coin, made at Aberdeen against Isaac Darlington, a soldier in Col. Kirk's regiment. 2 pages. 12 Aug. 36. Report - A. Cracherode Lords

    Index, E, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    14. Elizabeth , late Queen of England; cclii. 12; cclxv. 19; cclxvi. 25. Elphaston, Mr. , Surveyor of Customs of Aberdeen; ccxl. 20. Elphin , Bishop of; cclx. 27. Elphinston , Wm., gent., petition of; ccxlviii. 34. Elstone , Robt.,

    Treasury Warrants, June 1717, 21-25, 21 June 1717-25 June 1717

    uplifted by the Archbishops, Bishops and Deans within the Archbishoprics of St. Andrews, Bishoprics of Edinburgh, Galloway, Brechin, Dunkeld, Dunblane, Aberdeen, Murray and Caithness, excepting the rents, revenues and casualties of the Deanery of the Chapel Royal now granted to

    Minute Book, September 1710, 1-8, 01 September 1710-30 September 1710

    [are ] called in. The memorial of the widow of James Douglas is read. The memorial of the magistrates of Aberdeen is read and the memorial of Mr. Abercromy is likewise read. [My Lords decide to ] report their several

    Appendix No. 2, August, 1710, 01 August 1710-31 August 1710

    . Angier, Burrage: [his petition ] read : 29 Aug. 1710. Abercrombie, Capt. Alexr.: vide Douglas, infra , p. 587. Aberdeen town: vide Douglas. T 4/18, p. 1. Aug. 19. B. A. [his petition read ] . Desire Mr. Bamford

    Warrant Books, February 1708, 16-20, 16 February 1708-20 February 1708

    port of Leith for the more easy & regular despatch of the coast business there. George Noble as tidewaiter at Aberdeen loco John Hindmarsh who relinquishes. John Green as tidewaiter at Fort William loco Daniell McPherson who declines that employment.

    Warrant Books, September 1709, 16-20, 16 September 1709-20 September 1709

    the rate of 9 s. per bushel together with the number of certificates granted at each port: said ports being Aberdeen, 1,546 bushels, 9 certificates; Ayr, 429 bushels, 6 certificates; Arran, 13 bushels, 1 certificate; Borrowstounness, 213 bushels, 1 certificate;

    Henry VIII, September 1523, 11-20, 01 September 1523-30 September 1523

    requested that the latter be removed, as he loves the Governor better than the King. The Chancellor, my lord of Aberdeen and the earl of Argyle are best minded, but require to be sure of England before they abandon France.

    Treasury Books and Papers, July 1737, 05 July 1737-30 July 1737

    at length, including premiums, amounting to 2,650 l. , for the improvement of herring and other fisheries, the Adventurers of Aberdeen and Alloa, & c., and similar premiums of 3,650 l. for the improvement of the linen and hemp manufactures,

    Treasury Books and Papers, January 1741, 07 January 1741-30 January 1741

    a balance of 873 l. 9 s. 10 d. The herring fishery has been remarkably unsuccessful, only 2 bushes from Aberdeen fished in deep water, taking only 79 barrels, and on the coast only 2,900 barrels were taken on Loch

    Henry VIII, November 1524, 1-15, 01 November 1524-30 November 1524

    prison, and after trying to get him and the bishop of Aberdeen deprived, set them at liberty again. She said there was no great matter against the bishop of Aberdeen, and St. Andrew's being a sickly man, it was represented

    Treasury Warrants, October 1716, 1-5, 01 October 1716-05 October 1716

    as a tidewaiter at Aberdeen at 18 l. per an. loco William Allan, dismissed. James McArthur as a tidewaiter at Irwin at 15 l. per an. loco William Brown, dismissed. Alexander Urquhart as a tidewaiter at Aberdeen at 18 l.

 

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