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    Border Papers volume 1, July 1594, 01 July 1594-31 July 1594

    nine "in traine." It is thought he comes for more money. All coming from Edinburgh report that the ship at Aberdeen brought much gold as well as "seminaries," and that Sir William Stanley came in her, which I hardly believe. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    lordship of Abbot , John Mr. Abbyowney . See Abbington. Abell , Anne Charles Abercorn , castle of Aberdeen Commissioners of Aberdeen , Earl of Abergall , Thomas Abergavenny , Lady Aberlain , John Abernathie , Margaret William Abingdon Abington Subscribers-only content

    Index, M, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    Moidores . See Coins. Moir (Moyer), Alexander, Professor of Greek in Marischal College, Aberdeen University, pension for, 478. -, James, Professor of Philosophy in Marischal College, Aberdeen University, pension for, 478. Mold . See Mould. Molesworth , [Richard ] ,

    Warrant Books, December 1708, 21-31, 21 December 1708-31 December 1708

    the petition of John Gordon et al , merchants concerned in the cargo of the ship Antelope of Aberdeen which arrived at Aberdeen 5 Sept 1707 laden with fruits & wine & by accident fell over in that harbour whereby

    Henry VIII, July 1515, 16-31, 01 July 1515-31 July 1515

    20. 771 . JAMES V. to LEO X. Robt. Forman, Dean of Glasgow, being appointed to the vacant bishopric of Aberdeen by Leo, without the King's commendation, has, though unwillingly, resigned. Desires that he will not grant bishoprics to those

    Elizabeth, December 1587, 01 December 1587-31 December 1587

    and others in a ship of Christopher Andrewes of Rochester, of goods laden in The Falcon of Aberdeen, coming from Dieppe towards Aberdeen, worth 185 l . 27 July 1576, the same were spoiled by George Phitson at the Downs Subscribers-only content

    Volume 240, July 6-December 26, 1722, 06 July 1722-26 December 1722

    of the revenue of the King's College and University of Aberdeen. King James the Fourth, with a special view to civilise the north Highlands of Scotland, which lie adjacent to Aberdeen, erected the University with most ample and honourable privileges.

    Index, H, 01 November 1569-30 September 1571

    pass forward with (13th), 208; 209; and (13th), 208; 209; and others convene at Aberdeen, ib .; 216; diligent in the the north (19th), 219; at Aberdeen, & c., ib .; to convene at his house (22nd), ib .; 221; Subscribers-only content

    State Papers, 1656, February (3 of 6), 01 February 1656-28 February 1656

    00 Collector of the customs and excise at Aberdeen, and the precincts thereof, being the bounds between Montros and the river Spay 0080 00 00 Checque of the customs and excise at Aberdeen, and precincts thereof aforesaid 0600 00 00

    Henry VIII, February 1542, 1-15, 01 February 1542-28 February 1542

    sent at once for dominus Georgius Marcellus to have the chancellorship of Aberdeen, together with his title of provost of Linclowden, Glasgow dioc., and the treasurership of Aberdeen. Edinburgh, 16 cal. Martiis. Lat. Copy, pp . 2. 15 Feb. Nicolas'

    Cecil Papers, 1567, 01 January 1567-31 December 1567

    to the effect aforesaid. (8) The decree. At Edinburgh 3 May, 1567, in presence of Master Robert Maitland, Dean of Aberdeen, Edward Henrisone, two of the Senators of the College of Justice, Clement Litill and Alexander Syme, advocates, commissaries of

    Index, A, 01 November 1569-30 September 1571

    Parliament (28th Aug. 1571), 670; Captain Bell examined in the presence of (5th Sept.), 699; Captain Calder, same (6th), 700. Aberdeen : 114; town of, to confirm Mary's assurance (7th May 1570), 163; band subscribed at, 166; proclamation by Mary's Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 April 1640-31 August 1640

    , Geo. Munro , Colonel Robert intends to reduce the north of Scotland is gone for Aberdeen at Aberdeen in the North takes Aberdeen pursues the Gordons is marching towards Edinburgh Munster , in Ireland Murford , Nicholas Murray , Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, February 1573, 16-28, 17 February 1573-28 February 1573

    Add. Endd. P . . Feb. 17. 771 . News from France and Italy. James Frazer and Alexander Menzies, of Aberdeen, confess that talking with two merchants of England, they said it was a common bruit in France, that as

    Volume 215, August 4-November 29, 1718, 04 August 1718-29 November 1718

    the Com rs for visiting the colleges and schools of Aberdeen, to the King. An abstract of the revenue and charge of the University and King's College of Old Aberdeen, and a representation of the condition thereof, have been laid

    Volume 221, May 1-June 30, 1719, 01 May 1719-30 June 1719

    Petition of M r George Chalmers, Principal of King's College, Aberdeen, to the Lords of the Treasury. The King having appointed a Commission for visiting the colleges and schools of Aberdeen, the petitioner and college laid before the Com rs

    Index, F, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    Dragoons of, cornet in, 216; officers of, 397; reduced, 397. Faichfolds , Fauchfold, co. Aberdeen, 259. Failing , Henry, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 380. Fakenham , co. Norfolk, collectors of taxes for. See Smith, S.; Syer, D. Falkens ,

    Warrant Books, September 1714, 11-18, 11 September 1714-18 September 1714

    officer of salt. 16 June. John Gordon as tidewaiter, Aberdeen, loco William Brown, who declines the service. 16 June. John McNaughton as tidewaiter at Borrowstounness loco John Gordon, removed to Aberdeen. 16 June. Robert Knight as tidewaiter at Kirkcaldy loco

    Treasury Books and Papers, April 1739, 01 April 1739-30 April 1739

    Coupar, St. Andrews, Montrose, Bervie and Aberdeen. The said trading towns have hitherto had their letters carried to them from Edinburgh and returned there by foot posts, to the great detriment of their trade. Aberdeen lies 68 miles from Edinburgh

    Henry VIII, November 1513, 11-20, 01 November 1513-30 November 1513

    has been held at St. Johnstone, when it was resolved the Bp. of Aberdeen shall be abp. of St. Andrews, the Bp. of Caithness bp. of Aberdeen, a brother of the Earl of Adthill bp. of Caithness. The abbey of


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