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  • * British History Online * *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, October 1735, 02 October 1735-31 October 1735

    t of Greenwich Hospital. Same for stay of prosecution for six months against Wm. Murray, junr., Sir Patrick Murray, of Auchtertyre, et al sureties of James Freebairn, late Excise collector, on account of his debt to the Crown. Mr. Lowther

    General Index, A, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    of Old Town of, ibid . Auchermerland Auchinbreck Auchintoull Auchlyne Auchmedden Auchnagern Auchquittrie Auchslassen Auchterhouse Auchterless Meldrum Auchterlonie , John Auchtertyre Audugar Auldearn Aurelle , P. Austen , Austin, Lieut. Ed. Austin , J. Thomas Sir R. Capt. William Austria Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    payments to, for Trade and Plantation business, 138, 402. -, -, 's process, 82. -, -, salary of, 138, 501. Auchtertyre (Co. Forfar) , 55. Auckland (Durham) , 544, 552; (Auckland St. Andrew), 564. Audain , Andrew, 234. Auditor-General of

    Index, M, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    116, 243, 405, 571, 613; regiment of, 371. -, Judith, alias Tinman, 599. -, Mr., 464. -, Sir Patrick, of Auchtertyre, 55. -, Philip, 599. -, -, interim Receiver-General of Customs, Scotland, 40. -, -, junior, 55. Muscovy . See


    Lucy 211 , born in Kensington-square, Oct. 20, 1693." "M r John Murray, brother-german to S r Patrick Murray of Auchtertyre, Bart. buried Feb. 11. 1696." "Thomas, son of S r Ralph 212 , and Lady Mary Dutton, buried Oct.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Eas. tern boundary of the Lawers estate. The Royal cor- fege was also met by Sir Wm. Murray, of Auchtertyre, uvimo, in a similar manner, escorted them on their route. When her Majesty reached Tiurrit-bridget, she was vait. ed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ! the armoury. There had be.n provided, through ; the lib-iality of Captain Thomas, Ensign Black, j and Private Bell, Auchtertyre, an abundant . supper, with drinkables conform. Amongst ; those present were- The Rev. Mr Moon ; James ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cow at £14 10s, and sold ono at £15. Of two-year-olds, Mr Nicoll, Flemington, s ild twelve to Mr Bell, Auchtertyre, at £15 each, and another lot of ten at £16. There were several lots of Hamburg and Irish cattle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MYSTERIOUS OCCURRENCE AT GLASGOW BARRACKS. A mysterious occurrence took place at Ma ryhill Barracks ou Friday morning. The men of B Com- pany of the Ciiia-i ouians (Scottish Ki_.cs) discovered ou rising that Private Horace "H 'ighton, one of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SCOTTISH EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE i SOCIETY. At the fifty-sixth annual general Court of the Scottish Equitable Life Assurance Society, held at Edinburgh yesterday, the Directors reported that during the year ended lst March last 1489 pro- posals for £903,070 Subscribers-only content

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