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  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 4, May 1552, 01 May 1552-31 May 1552

    the chase the English debatablers made to certain Scots who attempted to burn one of their houses, pursuing them to Annan, where one of Lord Maxwell's kinsmen was slain, which he means to avenge, having received no answer from Lord Subscribers-only content

    Index, U, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    the Regent's force at (17th June), 445. Urwyn , Cristie, of Bonshaw: pledge for his name (19th June), 445. Edward: put in to keep Annan Castle (22nd June), 446; of Bonshaw: his onslaught at Annan on the Maxwells (July), 460. Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Books and Papers, October 1734, 01 October 1734-31 October 1734

    letters for Annan arc carried through Annan and do not return for two or three days, and the letters from Annan for South Britain, & c. are at present put into the post boy's pocket as he passes Annan, by

    Acts, 1743

    of Annan and Langholm. There was transmitted to the General Assembly, from their committee for bills, the petition of the Presbytery of Middlebie, representing that the said Presbytery consists of eleven parishes, of which six are in Annandale, viz., Annan,

    Edward VI, September 1552, 01 September 1552-30 September 1552

    the particion concluded xxiiij Septembris 1552." Lochmaben stone is shown on the Sark a little north of Redkirk on the Annan, and at the north end of the map, a "Standyng stane" is shown between Toplyff hill and Tennys hill. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 November 1708, 26 November 1708

    7 Ann. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 58s 12. " Plimouth. Convoys and Cruizers, that have come in there." IE Sabbati, 270 Novcmbris. 13. « Chcfier. Convoys and Cruizers, that have Domini tarn Spiritualcs quam Temporales prasfentes " Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1709, 25 March 1709

    686 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 1709, Adjourn. March. Dorchef- Epus. Lincoln. Ds. Halifax. ter. Epus. Landaven.Ds. Gernfey. March. Annan- Epus. Exon. dale. Epus. Norwic. Comes Derby. Comes Dorfett & Midd'x. Comes Bridge- ter. Comes Leicefier. Comes Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1709, 30 March 1709

    8 Ann. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. >693 Midd'x Re- g-rt<rr Bill. o I 3- Adjourn. Then the Houfe (purfuant to Order) was adjourned during Pleafure, and put into a Committee on the Bill, intituled, " An Aft Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1709, 7 April 1709

    8 Anni Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Sir brought from the ^ and others: " fuant to the Will of Caroletta Nettles> deceafed, and a " Decree in Chancery," as fit to pafs, with fome Amend¬ ments. IT™ Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1709, 11 April 1709

    704 journals of the Houie of Lords? A 1709, *• London the fame Powers as the Commiffioners cA " Sewers for Counties have; and to oblige Collectors for " the Sewers to accompt." Ordered, That the Confideration of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hiw er'ssychydig an aser yn Cyfarfyddodd bachgen ieuanc, morwr, o Amlwoh, a'i farwolaeth mewn modd damweoitiol, tra gyda'r llestr yn Annan, Demfries-shire, - y mis oar blaen. Anfonwyd y manylion am y digwyddiad i'r tad trallodus oddiwrth arolygydd yr heddgeidwaid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chwegilau, y rhaii a fynant i ni gredu fod Ewrop ar fin perygi na wyddib ei faint. Annan y cihwedlau hyn ydyw dangos fod rhaio Lavwodraetbau Ewrop mewn ymgynghoriad o br rthinasi gyfyngiad arfog yn erbyu y Carlistiaid, peth nas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a dywedai ei fab at dano mai ei hoff awdwr oedd Dr. OWEN. Anfonwyd THOMAS pan yn ieuanc i ysgol Annan, ac wedi byny i Brifysgol Edinburgh. Ei brif gyfaill yn y ddau le oadd EDWARD IRVING, a pharba- odd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drostyrt ; digon y dwayd tod Mr. Wylie yn ei cario gydag of trwy 1 amgylchisdau cattref ei addyagiad yu Annan ao ya Athrofa Edinburgh, hyd ei ymsefydliad gida'r wraig a garai mor fawr yn amsethdy bychan Craiget put- d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gave notiee, he would bring for-Vard thle Army Estimates on Monday.-Adjourned. Wednaesdi, March 5. Mr. presented a Petitioln from Annan, praying Re- fornm and Retrenchment in tile public expeniditure. Sir F. ItuaRnerr said, thisPetition contained sorte entirely neuw matter, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JOHNSTONE, Sir William, 2nd Bt. (d.1727), of Westerhall, Dumfries.

    1710 Dumfries Burghs 9 May 1713 1715 Dumfriesshire 1713 1722 Ofifces Held M.P. [S] Annan 1698-1702, 1703-7. Biography Johnstone was related to the 1st Marquess of Annandale, on whose interest he was returned for Dumfriesshire. His only recorded vote was

    JOHNSTONE, William (d. 1727), of Sciennes (Sheenes), Edinburgh, and Westerhall (Westraw), Dumfries.

    1715 1722 Ofifces Held Burgess, Edinburgh 1697; councillor, Lochmaben, 1712–21, 1722–?d., bailie 1714; dep.-steward, Kirkcudbright 1717. Ofifces Held MP [S], Annan 1698–1707. Biography Johnstone was a distant relation and close political associate of the Earl (later Marquess) of Annandale. Unlike

    HOPE, John Thomas (1807-1835), of Luffness, Haddington

    by no means the necessary consequences of being employed in ... mills', 27 June, and presented hostile workers' petitions from Annan, Pendleton and Cupar, 3, 16 July. He called for the postponement of the Scottish cholera prevention bill to facilitate

    HOPE JOHNSTONE, John James (1796-1876), of Raehills, Dumfries.

    considered the plan to be "founded ... in reason and justice'; he also brought up hostile petitions from clergymen of Annan and Linlithgow. At the general election of 1832 Hope Johnstone was returned unopposed for Dumfriesshire as a Conservative. He

    JOHNSTON (JOHNSTONE), James, Lord Johnston (c.1687-1730).

    1708 Linlithgowshire (West Lothian) 3 Dec. 1708 Ofifces Held Provost, Lochmaben 1707–9, 1711–13, 1715–17, 1719–23, Annan 1721–2, 1723–?d. Biography A combination of personal and political circumstances conspired to deprive Lord Johnston of that important role which should have been his

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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