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The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

4 May 1739

to the Laird of Gairloch. Mafter John Gower, fon to the Lord Gower, about nine months old. Lady Anne Pierpont, filler to the Duke of Kingfton. Sir Cecil Wyche, Bart, his Majefty's Minifter to the cirle of Lower Saxony. John Hollings, one of his Majefty's

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Type: FamilyNotice
The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

1 Aug 1740

Efq; famous for his calculations on the publick debts. Mr Clark, Sub-Brigadeer of the firft troop of life-guards.— Sir Robert Baird of Saughtonhall. James Hay, Efq; brother to the Laird of Rannas.—Capt. John Aldred, an old fea-officer. Mr Bull, brewer to

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Type: FamilyNotice
The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

6 Feb 1747

I>eb. 6. At Edinburgh, Mr Charles Banjierman, Writer to the Signet. 9. At Salilbury, Mr Thomas Chubb, celebrated for his writings. 10. At London, Charles Bruce, Earl of Aylcf bury and Elgin. His Lordlhip dying without ifluenjalf, his titles are extinct;

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Type: FamilyNotice
Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

28 Feb 1744

ADV ERTISEMENTS. Jujlmrv come home, and 10 be fold by IVILLIAM CHALm MERS at his Shop at the Head of the Co&gete , Edinburgh, Fine juicy Liiboa Limons, and high <~olo ured Bitter O- rangesfit for Marmelade, China Oianges . Brandy Rum Aquavit*, Holland's

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Type: Advertisement
Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

15 Nov 1746

Contempt. Mr Murray, and his liule low A- geni.s, fpi.itedup the Divilion, in Hopes to have let the Peo- ple by ihe tars ; and magnified his Endeavours that Way to his Friends at R.MH i But in a li. tic Time the Affair •dwindled to not..ing, and Mr Murray

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

16 Apr 1748

belonging to Mr William Parker, called S N t r, at two Gurnets a Mate and one Shilling to the Ser- vant. Snip was bud by his Gtaee tire Duke of Devonlhire. and got by Flying Childers, his Dam by Bafto, his Grandam b) Mr Jfelhun's Bay Barb, his Gieat Grandam

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

23 May 1730

Night, being tne 6.h Inftant, ¦A Gelding belonging to Mr. T^hert t.epbenjon, Herd to Mr. \obert Douglafs, Brother German to the Laird of Cavers, heritable Sheriff ot Thiodcle, and Faftor to his Grace the Duke of n<>t>g'af, in, Jedburgh Forfeit ; The

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The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

2 Dec 1749

the highlands; the fetting and cefs of his llandard; his march down country, his getting polfeffion of the pital, routing Gen. Cope jj, and ming mailer of Scotland; his progrels in to England, his reception there, his king of Carlifie, and ftop at Derby

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The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

7 Mar 1746

getting any certain intelligence about them: Sir Andrew Agnew, with his 500 men, continued at Blair; and his Grace had fenta party to Mar, and retaken the young Laird of hhis father's houfe upon parole G, having been wade priloner at Preiton

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The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

4 Apr 1746

till his Majefty's pleafure be known. The rebels, by their own accounts* make their lofs greater by two thoufand than we have ftated it. Four of their principal Ladies are in cuftody, 'viz. Lady Ogilvie, Lady Kinloch, Lady Gordon, and the Laird of Macintofh's

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Ipswich Journal

Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

29 Jan 1731

Sutor, aged about 37, a Farmer in Mid* die Maufe (belonging to the Laird of Balgown) near Craighall, being 'about the Month of December 1728, in the Fields vvith his Servants, near his own Houfe, over-heard at lome Diftance, as it w re, an uncommon Skreeking

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The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

4 Jul 1746

As his Lordfhip cannot n ( walk, his guard have him to lift and into his coach.—The Earl of furrendered himielf to the Lord U U Clerk at Edinburgh, on the 1 ith and was committed to the caftle i $ , e attainder does not take place with reto his Lordfhip

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

1 Nov 1745

Gilt-eit Ram- fay, Macdonald of Largo, his Tutor andall his Family, Glengary's Brother, anu many of his Relations, am. five Coulin Germans of Sir Donald of the files, vvith many private Highlanders. General Mackay loft his Brother Colonel Mackay, Colonel Balfour

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Ipswich Journal

Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

27 Sep 1735

rhe Dutchefs Dowager cf Portland, the Duke of Berwick, the Lady Vifcountefi Falmouth, the Ken. Mrs. Dunch, the Lady of Robert' Montagu, Lady OxeiDden, the Ccunrefs ol Burlington, Mrs. Sandys, Mrs. Archer, &c. FVom

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

9 Apr 1741

I'araljuck border his Houfe the Jc«vrv • J? ' Jl CO St ledge HI. l'rofetiion. The Candidates 10 fucceed hl'l asiurgeon to.hu Hotpiul, Mr> Paul, Mr Mr Har.iron, Mr. Sherron, Mr.Markland, Mr. CowdL I and Mr. Stevens Turner. Thurfday the Lady HinDiflev at- Houle

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

4 Oct 1739

for Foundling Children. His Grace the Duke of Grafton, Lord Chamberlaia of his Mjjcfly's Houlhold, has appointed Mr. Carter, ot Covnecry, to Groom of the Chamber his Maje- Ity, the 100 m of Mr. Thomas Martin, dccea#'d. Lall Week Mr. Saye, Haberdalher in

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The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

6 Dec 1746

ib. His prayer on coming cut it 422. tried and condemned 374, 9. His conference with , Kilmarnock 422. Denies that the pretender gave orders for 422, 51 Ntver afked his life 381 • joke on his fellow-prifoners P et ' tlon t j His behaviour at his trial

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

18 Sep 1746

probable Calculation. Ycflerday his Excellency Count Czernichow, Ambafiador from the Court Ruflia, who lately arrived here waited his Majefty at Kenfington, and had his firft private 1 Audience. 1 His Excellency has only taken his Apartments for one 1 Month

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

1 May 1746

lent 10 till his Majetty's PJeaffirc flial] known. r Rebel;, by their ov. Accounts, make their Loft greater twoThouland than vvc have Bred it. Four their principal Ladies arc in 1 ulfody, via. L.ady Ogilvie, Lady Kinloch, Gordon, ; r.d the Laird of M'lntofb

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

26 Jan 1731

Sutor, aged about 37, a Farmer in Middle Maufe (belonging to the Laird of Bal- gown) near Craighall; being, about the Month of December 1 728, in the Fields with his Servants, nesr his own Houfe, over he*rd at fon»e Diftance, as' 'twere, an uncommon Screekmg

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