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Scottish Geographical Magazine : Volume 26

By: Scottish Geographical Society; Royal Scottish Geographical Society

...Univof TORONTD Library THE SCOTTISH aEOGRAPHICAL MAGAZINE Authors are alone responsible for their res... ...AZINE Authors are alone responsible for their respective statements. THE SCOTTISH GEOGRAPHICAL MAGAZINE PUBLISHED BY THE KOYAL SCOTTISH GEOGRAPHICAL... ..., D.Sc, ACTING EDITOR V LU ]\IE XXVI: 1910 (3> 3 1 EDINBURGH Printed by T. and A. CONSTABLE, Printers to His Majesty AT the university PRESS 1910 7 ... .... The Right Hon. The Earl of Dalkeith. The Right Hon. The Earl of Crawford and Balparres, K.T., LL.D., F.R.S., P.R.A.S. The Right Hon. The Earl of Wem... ..., and by a skilfully ari-anged historical sketch shows that these splendid buildings are not mere isolated specimens of this and that style of archite... .... Bartholomew, F.R.G.S. Scale 10 miles to an inch. With inset maps showing Parliamentary Representation and Environs of Principal Towns. Two sheets, c... ...AGAZINE. 425 THE GILBERT AND ELLICE ISLANDS. There has been published as a Parliamentary Report (Cd. 4992), aa account of a visit paid by Mr. Arthur M... ...to force the islanders to leave their homes, and promised to find suitable locations in Buganda for the 20,000 people who still survived in the island... ...roduced to great ad\ antage on an early page, in order to exhiltit general locations ; hence, well known as Italy may be, the places above mentioned i...

...America, history and life ; Historical abstracts. Part A. Modern history abstracts ; Historical abstracts. Part B. Twentieth century abstracts ; Annual bibliography of English language and literature ; Vols. for Jan. 1885-June 1887 published ...

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Scottish Parliament

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...Scottish Parliament Scottish Gaelic: Pàrlamaid na h-Alba Scots: The Scots Pairlamen... ... Minister for Parliamentary Business ... ... Scottish Parliament political groups ... ...qual Opportunities Europe and External Relations Fin... ...ublic Petitions Standards and Public Appointments Su... ... and Environment Scottish Parliamentary Pensions Scheme ... ...iralles, some of the principal features of the complex include leaf-shaped buildings, a grass-roofed branch merging into adjacent parkland and gabion ... ...into adjacent parkland and gabion walls formed from the stones of previous buildings. Throughout the building there are many repeated motifs, such as ... ...sday morning when Parliament is sitting. Committees can also meet at other locations throughout Scotland.[44] Committees comprise ...

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Scottish Geographical Magazine : Volume 32

By: Scottish Geographical Society; Royal Scottish Geographical Society

...L MAGAZINE Authors are alone responsiblefor their respective statements. rii THE SCOTTISH GEOGRAPHICAL MAGAZINE PUBLISHED BY THE ROYAL SCOTTISH GEOG... ...RION I. NEWBIGIN, D.Sc, ACTING EDITOR VOLUME XXXT [: 19 16 EDINBURGH Printed by T. and A CONSTABLE, Printkrs to His IMajesty AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1... ...intkrs to His IMajesty AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 191 r, V;' n ii.\ & T ^.<J^ ROYAL SCOTTISH GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY PATRON. HIS MAJESTY THE KING. COUNCIL... ...ant OoiLviE, C.B., LL.D.; Sir Colin G. Macrae, W.S.; J. 0. MoNJio; James Cornwall, and the Honorary Treasurers, ex ojrcio. SJonoiaiu ffTEaiurfrs — Jam... ...ment of their holdings. Accordingly, the Commissioner erects their houses and farm buildings, grades their land, provides them with i:'ui. 4.—Ostriche... ...ltural holders to real estate agents, who hope to get a good crop of town lots and buildings on it far more valuable to them than mere turnips or pota... .... Paris : Attinger Freres, 1916. Presented by Prof. Jovan Cvijic. Coal Slnpments : Parliamentary Paper of Session 1914-16. London, 1916. Report of the... ...rms of place, leads him into many an obscure and questionable statement. " Similar locations give rise to similar political models. . . . Germany and ...

...America, history and life ; Historical abstracts. Part A. Modern history abstracts ; Historical abstracts. Part B. Twentieth century abstracts ; Annual bibliography of English language and literature ; Vols. for Jan. 1885-June 1887 published ...

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Scottish Parliament Building

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... Frontage of the Scottish Parliament Building ... ... £414 million[1] Design and construction Architect ... ... Ove Arup & Partners The Scottish Parliament Building (Scottish Gaelic: Pàrlamaid na h-Alba,[2] Scot... ... central Edinburgh.[3] Construction of the building commenced in June 1999 and the Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs) held their first debate i... ...administrative accommodation in support of the Parliament were provided in buildings leased from the City of Edinburgh Council.[6] The new Scottish Pa... ... Building brought together these different elements into one purpose-built parliamentary complex, housing 129 MSPs and more than 1,000 staff and civil... ... 2 Project history 3 Parliamentary complex 3.1 Sustain... ...Initially, three sites in and around Edinburgh were considered as possible locations for the building, including St Andrew's House/New Parliament Hous... ...reed that the Holyrood site merited inclusion on the shortlist of proposed locations.[21][23] The Scottish Office commissioned feasibility studies of ...

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Journal of the Parliaments of the Commonwealth; Vol. 1

By: Commonwealth Parliamentary Association

...... ... works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around ... .... . . . . '. 193 NEWFOUNDLAND . 226 Issued under the Authority of the EMPIRE PARLIAMENTARY ASSOCIATION (United Kingdom Branch), WESTMINSTER HALL, HOUS... .... . 179 NATURALISED SUBJECTS' FRANCHISE BILL . . . . . . . . . . 181 WOMEN'S PARLIAMENTARY RIGHTS ACT . . . . . . . . . . 182 BOARD OF TRADE ACT (CONT... ...yed by the employment of labour or materials in the construction of works or buildings other than those authorised by Act of Parliament, and their con... ...inted by each of the Governments. The title to the phosphate deposits, land, buildings, plant, etc., would be vested in the Commissioners, each of who... ...t be successful. 312 UNITED KINGDOM. Sir Watson Cheyne (Coalition Unionist, Scottish Univer- sities) moved the following amendment : This House decli... ...ried on by the Lord High Commissioner advised by an Executive Committee of a Scottish Privy Council. GOVERNMENT OF SCOTLAND BILL. 439 DEBATE IN HOUSE... ....W. Africa and S. Africa : Loans for (Reserves, etc.], 217 Numbers, Namesand Locations of, 217 Mealies for, 226 Protection for, 207, 208, 211, 217 Res...

...Issued under the authority of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (1920-48 under its earlier name: Empire Parliamentary Association) ; Superseded by the Parliamentarian...

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Parliament Buildings (Northern Ireland)

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...e Stormont area of Belfast, are the seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly and the Northern Ireland Executive . They previously housed the defunc... ... Act 1920 . Pending the construction of the new building parliament met in two locations, in Belfast City Hall, where the state opening of the first ... ...ning of the first parliament by King George V took place in on 22 June 1921, and in the nearby Presbyterian Church in Ireland 's Assembly's Colleg... ... began. The original plans for a large domed building with two subsidiary side buildings, housing all three branches of government – legislative, exec... ...y built in Belfast city centre, and two extra levels being added to Parliament Buildings to serve as extra office space required after the loss of the... ...the Ministerial Building. Two separate chambers were provided in the finished parliamentary complex, the blue-benched rectangular House of Commons o... ...Commons when it opened. However, it was removed after having been defaced by a Scottish preacher, who had travelled from Scotland for that express pur... ...lls with large oil paintings fell through. The chamber has not been used as a parliamentary chamber in plenary session since the suspension of devo...

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Journal of the Parliaments of the Commonwealth; Vol. 2

By: Commonwealth Parliamentary Association

...... ... works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around ... ...NDEX ; TO VOLUME II. 1921. %+m /^ \ Issued under the Authority oj the EMPIRE PARLIAMENTARY ASSOCIATION (United Kingdom Branch), WESTMINSTER HALL, HOUS... ...of Commons, 267-8 House of Commons (Can.), 344 Adamson, Rt. Hon. W., Leader, Parliamentary Labour Party (U.K.), 25, on Emergency Powers Bill, Moving R... ...ent with regard to the grant to each Parliament to provide for the necessary buildings and equipment. It omitted the limit of 1,000,000 and threw upon... ...t failure. He dvocated simple industries being started in native villages ad locations. The Prime Minister (Lieut.-General the Right Hon. J. G. 'nuts)... ...t their own people. He also pleaded for the better housing of natives in the locations and submitted that more liberal grants should be given for the ... ...Great Central, Great Eastern, Great Northern, and Hull and Barnsley. 5. WEST SCOTTISH, consisting of the Caledonian, Glasgow and South Western, and Hi... ...nsisting of the Caledonian, Glasgow and South Western, and Highland. 6. EAST SCOTTISH, comprising the North British and Great - North of Scotland. Pro...

...Issued under the authority of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (1920-48 under its earlier name: Empire Parliamentary Association) ; Superseded by the Parliamentarian...

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Cambuskenneth Abbey

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...he Virgin Mary, it was initially known as the Abbey of St Mary of Stirling and sometimes simply as Stirling Abbey. The major street leading down the c... ...mity to the Royal Burgh of Stirling, a leading urban centre of the country and sometime capital. Its status as a royal abbey in the neighbourhood of a... ...d of the church. The abbey fell into disuse during the Scottish Reformation. By 1559 there were few monks remaining there, and the... ...e were few monks remaining there, and the abbey was closed and most of the buildings looted and burned. The abbey was placed under the jurisdiction of... ...ugustinian monasteries in Scotland Category A listed buildings in Stirling (council area) Listed monasteri... ... Religious museums in Scotland Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings 12th-c... ... Religious museums in Scotland Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings 12th-century es... ...Religious museums in Scotland Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings 12th-century establishments i...

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Journal of the Parliaments of the Commonwealth; Vol. 3

By: Commonwealth Parliamentary Association

...... ... works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around ... ....net Y.3 INDE TO VOLUME III 1922. Issued under the Authority of the EMPIRE PARLIAMENTARY ASSOCIATION (United Kingdom Branch), WESTMINSTER HALL, HOUS... ...ries and Emoluments of, and Reduction in the same, actual and proposed, vide Parliamentary Allowances. Mental Defectives, Legislation, Debates, etc., ... ...ley, N.S.W.), criticising proposed Military vote for " Additions, New Works, Buildings, etc." 1,134,251, said the House should have some explanation a... ...re, practically doubling the Defence expenditure on additions, new works and buildings, apart from the Navy. He could not understand why they talked a... ...accepted by the Government's sealers and properly piled in suitable approved locations, would be $5 per cord. On this venture there was likely to be s... ...nions cannot separate themselves." The Right Hon. Sir Henry Craik (Unionist, Scottish Universities) said it was well known that although the con- stit...

...Issued under the authority of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (1920-48 under its earlier name: Empire Parliamentary Association) ; Superseded by the Parliamentarian...

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Blackfriars, Perth

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...Church of the Blessed Virgin and Saint Dominic, Perth Monastery inf... ... Dedicated to Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Dominic Diocese ... ...ferences Anderson, Alan Orr, Early Sources of Scottish History, 2 vols, (Edinburgh, 1922) Brown,... ... 13th-century establishments in Scotland Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings Demoli... ... 13th-century establishments in Scotland Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings Demolished buil... ...ry establishments in Scotland Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings Demolished buildings and stru... ...nts in Scotland Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings Demolished buildings and structures in Scot... ... 13th-century establishments in Scotland Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings Demolished buil... ...ry establishments in Scotland Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings Demolished buildings and stru...

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Historical, Traditionary, And Imaginative Tales of the Borders and of Scotland; With an Illustrative Glossary of the Scottish Dialect : Vol. 6

By: Wilson, John Mackay, 1804-1835

... 283. =aisr r;gg^^;jg?^^s^ W I L S O N'S HISTORICAL, TRADITIONARY, AND IMAGINATIVE TALES OF THE BORDERS, AND OF SCOTLAND; WITH AN {Itt*if*iitt... ...xtf ilp VOL, VI. LONDON: WILLIAM MACKENZIE, 69 LUDGATE HILL, E.G.; GLASGOW AND EDINBURGH. v. INDEX VOL, VI. PAGE Adventures of Malcolm Mowbray, The,... ...ming cataracts, interesting rocks, and dismal-looking caves, celebrated in Scottish story. But better far than that, and dearer to my soul, my foot ha... ...ve. The house of Merfon was an old-fashioned building, or rather series of buildings erected at different times ; and the present possessor, who had a... ...t is by 267. VOL. VI. way of reprisal for the capture, the other day, of a Scottish ship by an English vessel." " Umph," exclaimed Green, doggedly ; "... ...the presence of the Procurator Fiscal, whose chambers were within the jail buildings. The case having taken wind, and having excited con- siderable in... ...of use. " What is your forte ?" inquired the printer, " can you pen a good parliamentary debate, or bespatter a cha- racter ?" " I am blessed with a h... ...lar ambition, which afterwards estranged them from each other ; and an old parliamentary officer, whose chief, indeed only, claim to the distinction o... ...en on the river three weeks, and, during the two or three latter days, the locations had become more numerous. Lonely as my journey had been, it was f...

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National Archives of Scotland

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...endent state (see Kingdom of Scotland ), her role in the British Isles and the links between Scotland and many other countries over the centuries.... ...y other countries over the centuries. The NAS changed its name from the Scottish Record Office on 7 January 1999 and is both an associated departm... ...e NAS changed its name from the Scottish Record Office on 7 January 1999 and is both an associated department and Executive Agency of the Scottish ... ...ary 1999 and is both an associated department and Executive Agency of the Scottish Government, NAS Corporate Plan, Introduction p.4 http://www.nas.... ...ement more generally. The National Archives of Scotland is based at three locations in Edinburgh : HM General Register House and West Register Ho... ...rred to the Laigh Parliament House on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, where parliamentary and other records from the Castle joined them in 1689. The mo... ... in 1847. General Register House is one of the oldest custom built archive buildings still in continuous use in the world. Thomas Thomson In 1806 t... ...tland until the mid 21st century, the building is essentially two separate buildings joined together. One high-tech block provides over 37 kilometres ...

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The Historic Mansions and Buildings of Philadelphia : With Some Notice of Their Owners and Occupants

By: Westcott, Thompson

...ut wm fMK FUiUCUIRUlT ^V. vV V V N '^- ^ ^ ^ V THE HISTORIC MANSIONS AND Buildings of Philadelphia, WITH SOME NOTICE OF THEIR OWNERS AND OCCUPAN... ...m fMK FUiUCUIRUlT ^V. vV V V N '^- ^ ^ ^ V THE HISTORIC MANSIONS AND Buildings of Philadelphia, WITH SOME NOTICE OF THEIR OWNERS AND OCCUPANTS B... ...LADELPHIA," "A HISTORY OF PHILADELPHIA," ETC., ETC. "The knights are dust, And their good swords are rust ; Their souls are with the saints, we trust.... ...e to the prevalence of stories which frequently assume, in the case of old buildings, '' the bricks were brought from England." No doubt there have be... ...s and a half before them — not from the English bishops, however, but from Scottish Episcopal Bishops, who were more independent in action. Although B... ...f New York, and Roger Sherman of Connecti- cut. The chairman, according to parliamentary precedent, ought to have been the member who moved the resolu... ...sometimes called the " accident of birth," an Irishman. His ancestors were Scottish lairds whose personal history can be traced through several genera... ...polis of the nation was surveyed under his care, the streets, squares, and locations for the public buildings were designated by him, and since the ti...

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The Canongate

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Oliver and Boyd's Edinburgh Almanac and National Repository

...ressed to the respective local Publishers, by whom they are prepared, OLIVER AND BOYD'S EDINBURGH ALMANAC, 1896. PRICE 6s. 6d. THE ALMANAC may be had ... ... WESTERN SUPPLEMENT ; comprehending Lists connected with the City of Glasgow and the Counties of Argyll, Ayr, Bute, Dum- barton, Dumfries, Kirkcudbrig... ...ot. Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. F.S.L.A. Fellow of the Scottish Society of Literature and Art. F.S.S.FellowoftheStatistical Soci... ....E.Royul Engineers, [lery. R.M. Royal Marines. R.N. Royal Navy. R.8.A. Royal Scottish Academician. S.L. 8elicitor-t-Law. S.8.C. Solicitorbefore Suprem... ...nd Property and Income Tax...l29 PH. SBOT. V. AbstractsofActsofPar- liament, Parliamentary Papers, and Leading Cases in the Su- preme Courts 188 SKCT.... ...- sion, Paris. 1065 Budget, Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure 1895-96 211 Buildings, Public, and Works, Estimates, 271; offices 337, 947 Building S... ...fice 1111 Records Society, Scottish . ..879 Burghs, Convention of Royal 1026 Parliamentary and Muni- cipal 1017 Police, Magistrates of 1027 Statistics... ...c., of. 273 .... Offices , etc. , in Edinburgh. .1111 inLeith 1146 Works and Buildings, Esti- mates for 271 Works Office, Edinburgh.. 11 13 Officeof, ... ...Rev. D. T. Robert- son, and three native agents Ashcroft, M.A., Rev. Matthew Locations not yet fixed- Brown,A R. Low, andMrJames Rev. J. M. Macfie, Re...

1837-18 Oliver & Boyd's new Edinburgh almanac and national repository ;

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Langbank

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... Police Scottish Fire ... ... Fire Scottish Ambulance ... ...in Scots. It is 9.3 miles/15 km northwest from Paisley (Renfrewshire) and 3.4 miles/5.5 km east from Port Glasgow (Inverclyde) on the A8. ... ...ved as a dormitory settlement for Glasgow after the opening of the Glasgow and Greenock Railway in 1841, a function it still performs. Prior to that i... ...etrieved 18 September 2013 ^ British listed buildings retrieved 17 September 2013 ^ The ... ... Other locations ... ... Parliamentary constituencies ...

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Scots and Scots' Descendants in America

By: Macdougall, D. J. (Donald John), Editor

...ljfCttpiifllmigork LIBRARY GIVEN BY Professor Alexender £ SCOTS AND SCOTS' DESCENDANTS IN AMERICA Volume I mm ' 9*8 Scots and 5cots De... ... pri _ i ri1 -hort biographical sketches of notable Americ Scots for Magaz , and it grad- ually grew upon us to inquire in: i i I the peop. £ S - bloo... ... a ting mat - " pub". sk to be greater 1 s 1 at of i " graphies than the res Scottish immia i i PREFACE century. The Scots came in shiploads from Sco... ...lonies was not more than 2,100,000, and that about 400,00(1 of these were of Scottish blood. From these estimates it appears that the early settlers f... ...e Mohawk Pail- road, between Albany and Schenectady. Many of the early stone buildings in the colonies were designed and built by Scots, and Scots and... ...cot, was architect of old St. Paul's Chapel. New York, and many of the other buildings of that time. Alexander McComb, from whom McComb's Dam in the u... ...mber for Dumbartonshire and Forfarshire in the House of Commons and acted as Parliamentary Secretary to Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman for many years. T... ...ss. He learned the names of all the streets in Pittsburgh, and the names and locations of all the principal business firms, and in his spare moments p...

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Kilmarnock

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...gest town in Ayrshire . The River Irvine runs through its eastern section, and the Kilmarnock Water passes through it, giving rise to the name '... ...in a footballing situation. Kilmarnock is the main town within East Ayrshire, and the East Ayrshire HQ is located on London Road in Kilmarnock, leadi... ... largest town in Ayrshire, after only Ayr . The first collection of work by Scottish poet Robert Burns, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect, wa... ...ker originated in the town in the 19th century. Protest and backing from the Scottish Government took place in 2009, after Diageo, the owner of Jo... ... 2013-07-16. In recent years, Kilmarnock has boomed for musical acts and film locations. Rock band Biffy Clyro were formed in the town in a primary... ...rnock is Willie Coffey. Kilmarnock is the home of the East Ayrshire council parliamentary offices and parliament, situated on the London Road, thus... ...re made by Blackwood & Morton in Kilmarnock from the early 20th century. Many locations around the world chose to install BMK carpets. The RMS Titan... ...astern part of which has been extensively redeveloped, with important historic buildings such as King Street Church and the town hall being demolished... ...mber 2007, the new SNP council have drawn up a Top Ten Hit List on 'eyesore' buildings in the town and their owners, and have revealed plans to crac...

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Transactions : Eighteen

By: Gaelic Society of Inverness

...) FOR THE GAELIC SOCIETY OF INVERNESS, AT THE "northern CHRONICLE" OFFICE; AND^I^SOLD BY JOHN NOBLE, \VILLIAM MACKAY, AND A. & \V. MACKENZII BOOKSELLE... ... Oonncillor Wm. Ounn. HON. SECRETARY. William Mackay, Solicitor. SECRETARY AND TREASURER. Duncan Mackintosh, Bank of Scotland. MEMBERS OF COUNCIL. Dun... ...aelic language ; the cultivation of the language, poetry, and music of the Scottish Highlands ; the res- cuing from oblivion of Celtic Poetry, traditi... ...eorge Henderson, M.A. The Comunn Gaidhealach have issued a first book of " Scottish Gaelic as a Specific Subject," intended for the Scotch Code. All t... ...public, and long might it flourish. Long also might the youthful Inverness Parliamentary and Literary Society live to enlighten the public on politica... ...patches. Although the Scots surrendei-ed Charles the First to the Englisli Parliamentary Party, they disapproved of his execution, and brought his son... ...brace some more of the same description. These surely indicate centres and locations of the population in prehistoric times. The " Kils " or " Cells,"... ...LL BE DELIVERED 0,1 THURSDAY, 19th October, IN THE HALL OF THE ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS, 1 CASTLE STREET, BY THE Rev. A. D. MACKENZIE, of Kilmorack. Sv.h... ...rt of a davoch of lands of old extent, with the Multures, sequels, houses, buildings, and other parts and pertinents lying within the Barony of Aird, ...

...MLA international bibliography of books and articles on the modern languages and literatures (Complete edition) ; North, J.S. Scottish newspapers ; Vol. 3-4 issued combined ; v. 1-34, 1871-1928, in v. 34 ;...

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Scotland

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... Recognised regional languagesc Scottish Gaelic[1] Scots[2] ... ... Scottish Scotsd ... ...67 billion[6] (including revenues from North Sea oil and gas)  -  ... ... b. Flower of Scotland, Scotland the Brave and Scots Wha Hae have been used in lieu of an official anthem (see Nationa... ...is a member nation of the British–Irish Council,[29] and the British–Irish Parliamentary Assembly. Scotland is represented in the European Union and t... ...ermined the tradition of parish schools. From 1830 the state began to fund buildings with grants; then from 1846 it was funding schools by direct spon... ... Tiree, one of the sunniest locations in Scotland The climat... ...ithin the Cairngorms National Park and remnants of the forest remain at 84 locations across Scotland. On the west coast, remnants of ancient Celtic Ra... ... British–Irish Parliamentary Assembly ...

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An Deo-Grne : Monthly Magazine of an Comunn Gaidhealach

By: Comunn Gaidhealach

...... ... works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around ... ...OURSELVES. Throughout the numerous folk ballads which have been collected in Scottish Gaeldom during the last century and half, frequent references ar... ...ling of nationality and cultivation of mind — qualities so honourable to the Scottish character—as would secure for it the steady support necessary to... ...on, of Acklam Road, who is in his 105th year. Mr. Mac- pherson's claim for a parliamentary vote has just been allowed by the revising barrister." I di... ...a map of the part of Britain which is south of the Clyde, is given, with the locations of the various Celtic tribes, and of the Roman, Anglic, Saxon a... ...rlanachd, idem, labour per- formed for landlord. Grange. Baile, grange, farm buildings, farm 'town'. Treabhair, houses in a cluster ; "outhouses," Rea... ...ioned or academic type of technical school might quite well meet in the same buildings and be under the same direction. Two things would have to be ke... ...phe in the compass of a few paragraphs, often omits reference other than its parliamentary report, to matters of national importance discussed in our ...

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Holyrood Abbey

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...e 15th century, the abbey guesthouse was developed into a royal residence, and after the Scottish Reformation the Palace of Holyroodhouse was expanded... ..., the abbey guesthouse was developed into a royal residence, and after the Scottish Reformation the Palace of Holyroodhouse was expanded further. The ... ...ther. The abbey church was used as a parish church until the 17th century, and has been ruined since the 18th century. The remaining walls of the abbe... ... of Edinburgh–Northampton (1328), which brought an end to the First War of Scottish Independence, was signed by Robert I in the "King's Chamber" at Ho... ... Kirk of the Canongate Oldest buildings in the United Kingdom Notes ... ... Buildings and landmarks ... ... Coronation church buildings Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings Ruined abbeys a... ... Coronation church buildings Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings Ruined abbeys and monasteries...

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Scottish Colonial Schemes, 1620-1686

By: Insh, George Pratt, 1883

...LISHED BY MACLEHOSE, JACKSON & CO., GLASGOW ^ublishfra to the anibtrsitg MACMILLAN AND CO., LTD., LONDON New York Toronto - London - Cambridge Edinbur... ...e Edinburgh Sydney The Macmillan Co. The Macmillan Co. q/ Canada Simpkin, Hamilton and Co. Bowes andBowes Douglas and Foulis Angus and Robertson MCMXX... ...Foulis Angus and Robertson MCMXXII SIR W] 1.1,1AM ALEXANDER, EARL OF STIRLING. SCOTTISH COLONIAL SCHEMES 1620-1686 BY GEORGE PRATT INSH, M.A, D.Li... ...IVERSITY 1922 TO MY MOTHER PREFACE In revising for publication my essay on " Scottish Colonial Schemes Prior to the Union," which was awarded th... ... definite policy of restricting seafaring is shown by the very next measure on the Parliamentary record — " that na man sale in flandres bot twiss in ... ...ved Scottish colony — there soon rose the " habitation," a small cluster of timber buildings — workshops, stores, dwelling quarters — built round a re... ...amid the Acadian forest, and later succeeding in rendering habitable once more the buildings that had housed the Order of Good Cheer. The death of de ... ...m Work ; as also all Forraign Holland Linen, 1 This Committee differed widely from Parliamentary Committees of Trade, such as the Commission for trade... ...nciples that underlay contemporary English views on colonisation. From the various locations mentioned in the Memorial, it is clear that what the Scot...

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Arbroath Abbey

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...one colouring. Arbroath Abbey, in the Scottish town of Arbroath, was founded in 1178 by King William the Lion for... ...come Archbishop of St Andrews. The Abbey is cared for by Historic Scotland and is open to the public throughout the year (entrance charge). The distin... ... King William gave the Abbey independence from its mother church and endowed it generously, including income from 24 parishes, land in every... ...o ruin after the Reformation. From 1590 onward, its stones were raided for buildings in the town of Arbroath. This continued until 1815 when steps wer... ...transitional work. The triforium (open arcade) above the door is unique in Scottish medieval architecture. It is flanked by twin towers decorated with... ...s' (Scots reid = red). Little remains of the claustral buildings of the Abbey except for the impressive gatehouse, which stretches... ... Religious museums in Scotland Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings Ruined abbeys a... ...Religious museums in Scotland Scottish parliamentary locations and buildings Ruined abbeys and monasteries...

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Transactions : Volume 18

By: Gaelic Society of Inverness

...OR THE GAELIC SOCIETY OF INVERNESS, AT THE " NORTHERN CHRONICLE " OFFICE ; AND SOLD BY JOHN NOBLE, WILLIAM MACKAY, AND A. & W. MACKENZIE, BOOKSELLERS,... ... Councillor Wm. Gunn. HON. SECRETARY. William Mackay, Solicitor. SECRETARY AND TREASURER. Duncan Mackintosh, Bank of Scotland. MEMBERS OF COUNCIL. Dun... ...aelic language ; the cultivation of the language, poetry, and music of the Scottish Highlands ; the res- cuing from oblivion of Celtic Poetry, traditi... ...eorge Henderson, M.A. The Comunn Gaidhealach have issued a first book of " Scottish Gaelic as a Specific Subject," intended for the Scotch Code. All t... ...public, and long might it flourish. Long also might the youthful Inverness Parliamentary and Literary Society live to enlighten the public on politica... ...espatches. Although the Scots surrendered Charles the First to the English Parliamentary Party, they disapproved of his execution, and brought his son... ...brace some more of the same description. These surely indicate centres and locations of the population in prehistoric times. The " Kils " or " Cells,"... ...WILL BE DELIVERED On THURSDAY, Wth October, IN THE HALL OF THE ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS, 1 CASTLE STREET, BY THE REV. A. D. MACKENZIE, OF KILMORACK. Subj... ...art of a davoch of lands ofold extent, with the Multures, sequels, houses, buildings, and other parts and pertinents lying within the Barony of Aird, ...

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Hanley Economic Building Society

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... Industry Banking and Financial Services Found... ... Hanley, England Number of locations Biddulph, Newcastle, Longton, Hanl... ...versary on 21st October 2014. Its aim is to combine the traditions and roots of a mature organisation with the verve and efficiency of a moder... ... Parliamentary constituencies ... ... Buildings ... ...Saffron Scottish ... ... Hanley, England Number of locations Biddulph, Newcastle, Longton, Hanl... ... Parliamentary constituencies ... ...Saffron Scottish ...

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The Scottish Antiquary; Or, Northern Notes and Queries : Volume 4

...rfwMWSS??^. ,. ' NORTHERN NOTES AND QUERIES or The Scottish Antiquary EDITED BY THE REV. A. W. CORNELIUS HA... ...rfwMWSS??^. ,. ' NORTHERN NOTES AND QUERIES or The Scottish Antiquary EDITED BY THE REV. A. W. CORNELIUS HALLEN, MA. F.S.A. SC... ...HUGT. S. ESTABLISHED 1886 VOL. IV. WITH INDEXES '' EDINBURGH Printed by T. and A. CONSTABLE, Printers to Her Majesty at the University Press MDCCCXC ... ...A. CONSTABLE, Printers to Her Majesty at the University Press MDCCCXC THE SCOTTISH ANTIQUARY ' is issued in Quarterly Parts, is. each; Annual Subscri... ...me twenty years ago I was told by English friends that they had seen large buildings at Warsaw which had belonged to Scots- men of the name. The follo... ...etual donation, with all its liberties and accommodations, rights, houses, buildings, mills, multures, smithies, moors, and marshes, and other aliment... ...er is about the size of small octavo, and only a very few sentences of the Parliamentary proceedings are given. Altogether the library is a valuable s... ..., and jurisdictions of the respective grantees, in which is contained some parliamentary registers, debates, remissions, and ambas- sadors sent to cou... ...ritten. After a considera- tion of the etymology of the name Gill, and the locations and movements of families bearing the name, the author settles do...

v. 1-4, Northern notes and queries; or, the Scottish antiquary ; Superseded by the Scottish historical review ;

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Politics of the United Kingdom

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... This article is part of a series on the politics and government of the United Kingdom ... ...m Courts of England and Wales Courts of ... ...ed Kingdom, the House of Commons and the House of Lords, as well as in the Scottish parliament and Welsh and Northern Ireland assemblies. The judiciar... ...ough coalition and minority governments have been an occasional feature of parliamentary politics, the first-past-the-post electoral system used for g... ...ase in support for independence. The principal pro-independence party, the Scottish National Party, became a minority government in 2007 and then went... ...thern Ireland parties 7.5 Other parliamentary parties 7.6 Non-Pa... ...embly Parliament Buildings in Stormont, Belfast, seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly. ... ...d to elect the Northern Ireland Executive (cabinet). It sits at Parliament Buildings at Stormont in Belfast. The Assembly has auth... ...ondon Assembly. The system is implemented differently in each of the three locations. The single transferable vote system is ...

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Construction : A Journal for the Architectural Engineering and Contracting Interests of Canada : Vol. 6

By: Macdonald, Ivan S; Mclean, Robert Craik; Reed, Frederick; Keith, Fraser Sanderson, 1878; Toutloff, M. B

...... ...orks of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around th... ...be cited the inflammable material scattered throughout factories and other buildings; the flimsy construction of walls and open stairways; wooden stru... ... The architect must impress his client with the absolute need of fireproof buildings, equipped with the sprinkler system and all safety devices known ... ...aration of seventeen. Two inquiries have also been held in Scotland by the Scottish Local Government Board. Other applica- tions are being received, a... ...t east of the East Block, following the side of the cliff around below the Parliamentary Library to the jog in the cliff near the West Block. The clif... ...nsions to go clear around a building—these fourteen dimen- sions and their locations are permanently recorded, footed up, and the total lineal feet is...

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Economy of Scotland

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... Edinburgh: Scotland's capital city and Europe's fourth largest financial centre by equity assets ... ... estimate)[1] (including revenues from North Sea oil and gas) GDP g... ...5] This has left a legacy in the diversity of goods and services which the Scottish economy produces today, from textiles, whisky and shortbread to je... ... 8.1 UK Government 8.2 Scottish Government 8... ...otland ranked second only to London in the European league of headquarters locations of the 30 largest banks in Europe as measured by market value.[53... ... ^ TSB Bank: History ^ Parliamentary Business : Scottish Parliament ... ... Oldest buildings ...

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American Architect and Architecture : Vol. 117

...... ... works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around ... ...in Congress, 338. Craftsmen, For Better Education of, 149. D Delaware School Buildings. James O. Betelle. Architect, 751. Duluth Architects Aid Low Co... ...or Gen- eral Leonard Wood, 715. Rotch Travelling Scholarship, 537. ^S School Buildings, Delaware. James 0. Be- telle, Architect, 751, 785. Sears, Roeb... ...ding a largely augmented class that is resulting in the creation in suburban locations of many small but at the same time dignified houses. It is easy... ...people necessary to the formation of a great national spirit until all these locations in every city in the United States where aliens congregate and ... ...ing number display con- viction that the Pan-American Building and Temple of Scottish Rite at Washington are "as good as -anything in Europe." Of cour... ...and." Labor Shortage and Economic Rents in England Sir Kingsley Wood, who is parliamentary private secre- tary to Dr. Addison, and chairman of the Lon... ...ous a degree that legislative action was thought desirable and an act of the Scottish Parliament provided that no building should exceed five stories ...

...Title aries: Jan. 1876-Dec. 1908, The American architect and building news: Jan. 1909-Aug. 17, 1921, The American architect; Aug. 31, 1921-Dec. 1924, The American architect and the Architectural review; Jan. 1925-May 1936, The American architect; Absorbed the Inland architect in Ja...

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Scheduled monument

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...ieces of legislation used for legally protecting heritage asset s from damage and destruction are grouped under the term ‘designation’. The protectio... ... protection given to scheduled monuments is given under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979, which is a different law from that ... ...olved to Scotland and Wales in the 1970s and is now operated there by the Scottish Government and the Welsh Assembly respectively. The governm... ...onal Assembly for Wales; and in Scotland by Historic Scotland on behalf of the Scottish Ministers. The Northern Irish system is governed by separate l... ...hich proposed a single 'register' that included scheduled monuments and listed buildings, was abandoned to make room in the parliamentary legislative ... ...ed scheduled monuments and listed buildings, was abandoned to make room in the parliamentary legislative programme for measures to deal with the credi... ...ted varies according to the type of heritage asset. Monuments are "scheduled", buildings are "listed", whilst battlefields, parks and gardens are "reg... ...as passed into law in 2011. Wider areas can be protected by designating their locations as Areas of Archaeological Importance (AAI) under the Ancient...

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American Architect and Architecture : Volume : 119

...wuvs clone, the highest ideals of a profession that is the oldest of ail the arts, and it has blazed the' n-ay to a better appreciation of the digniti... ...itectural practice. Its many illustrations more than four hundred full page plates and approximately twice as manv tc.rt illustrations give to readers... .... Europe Turns to American Architects, 69, 2352. Excessive Bidding, 70, 2352. Farm Buildings, Improving, 613, 2369. Farm Conditions, Improving, 245, 2... .... School Buildings in Syracuse, N. Y.. Two. James A. Randall, Architect, 89, 2353. Scottish Rite Cathedral Competition, Port- land, Oregon. Extracts f... ...felcl & Steckler: Gotham National Bank Building, New York, 2361. button & Whitney: Scottish Rite Cathedral Competition, Port- land, Oregon, First Priz... ... unrelated and unsympathetic environment for such a monument." "Are there no other locations?" "Yes, there are other fine locations. At 59th Street an... ...ut would reach no decision on a site until it had made a further study of possible locations. It is hoped, the announce- ment said, that a design for ... ...eep informed as to the officers and member- ship of State Societies. 2. To request parliamentary action by State Societies on questions of importance ... ...convention or at specially arranged conferences at which delegates shall have full parliamentary privi- lege, and to report to the Convention for acti...

...Title aries: Jan. 1876-Dec. 1908, The American architect and building news: Jan. 1909-Aug. 17, 1921, The American architect; Aug. 31, 1921-Dec. 1924, The American architect and the Architectural review; Jan. 1925-May 1936, The American architect ; Absorbed the Inland architect in J...

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History of Edinburgh

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...glian Kingdom of Northumbria, becoming thereafter a royal residence of the Scottish kings. The town that developed next to the stronghold was establis... ...the stronghold was established by royal charter in the early 12th century, and by the middle of the 14th century was being described as the capital of... ... 4 Reformation 5 Union of the Crowns to Parliamentary Union (17th century) 6 18th ce... ... 6 18th century 7 Scottish Enlightenment 8 19th century ... ...und of a Mesolithic site dated to c.8500 BC.[2] Traces of later Bronze Age and Iron Age settlements have been found on Castle Rock, Arthur's Seat, Cra... ... of the country and its people. Union of the Crowns to Parliamentary Union (17th century) In 1603 King James VI... ...velopment, houses increased in height to accommodate a growing population. Buildings of 11 stories were common; some, according to contemporary travel... ...historic information on the history of Edinburgh. Locations hit during Zeppelin raid of 1916 Categor... ...historic information on the history of Edinburgh. Locations hit during Zeppelin raid of 1916 Categor...

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American Architect and Architecture : Vol. 17

...ic Library.org BUILDING NEWS VOLUME XVII Title: THE AMERICAN ARCHITECT AND BUILDING NEWS VOLUME XVII Author: Language: English Subject: Fictio... ...... ...raves, 250 Bessemer Steel. Fraudulent, 1 " Steel-Works in the U. S., 10 Best Buildings in America. The Ten, 86, 1(19, 130. 178, 282 Bidder. Rights of ... ...e of which, " b," is reproduced from a water-color sketch by a member of the Scottish Water-Color Society, will give an idea of the picturesque groupi... ...was required than when gas-light was employed. SOUTH KENSINGTON MUSEUM. -^ A parliamentary paper has been issued, stating that it is estimated that th... ...nd here the corporation estimate does not differ from that arrived at by the Parliamentary committee. It is to amount, including the expense of the ne... ...on- ally, either from the scarcity of white clay of suitable quality in some locations, or for the sake of variety, glazed tiles of this character oc-... ... would reach 30.0UJ. New York Times. ilASONIC TEMPLE. The Ohio Consistory of Scottish Kite Masonshave begun a subscription toraise asum sufficient to ... ...g joints. 29. Putting supply and waste pipes in inaccessible and undesirable locations where they are liable to freeze, and not sufficiently pro- tect...

...Title aries: Jan. 1876-Dec. 1908, The American architect and building news: Jan. 1909-Aug. 17, 1921, The American architect; Aug. 31, 1921-Dec. 1924, The American architect and the Architectural review; Jan. 1925-May 1936, The American architect; Absorbed the Inland architect in Ja...

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Department for Education

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...Department Department for Children, Schools and Families Jurisdiction ... ... Headquarters Sanctuary Buildings, Great Smith Street, London ... ... Education Funding Agency National College for Teaching and Leadership Standards and Testing Agency ... ...rs 4 Board 5 Locations 6 Executive agencies ... ... Edward Timpson MP Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children & Families ... ... Lord Nash Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Schools (Unpaid) ... ... John Nash, sponsor, Pimlico Academy Locations As of 15 March 2012, the DfE has five main sit... ...are as follows: Scotland Scottish Government - Learning and Justice Directorates ... ...are as follows: Scotland Scottish Government - Learning and Justice Directorates ...

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American Architect and Architecture : Vol. 13

...blic Library.org BUILDING NEWS VOL. XIII Title: THE AMERICAN ARCHITECT AND BUILDING NEWS VOL. XIII Author: Author Language: English Subject: F... ...... ...gns, 119 Cyclones. Miniature Artificial, 286 Cork Bricks, 206 Cost of Public Buildings, 23R Coucy. The Donjon of, 164 Counterfeiting Antiquities, 170 ... ...ceiving them shall build and carry on a specified number of large hotels, in locations agreed upon, subject to the super- vision of government officia... ...- teresting and instructive collection of drawings. The galleriesoftheKoy al Scottish Academy hav- ing been placed at their disposal, the Coininittee ... ...is (.'lassie buildings in the town, Mich as tin; Hank of Si-i.tland and lh<; Scottish Widow.-.' Fund Ollice, were always better art than his Sci>tch-<... ... also of the cost of buildings, rolling-stock, electric plant, engines, law, Parliamentary, and engi- neering expenses. ' From au article by Dr. E. A.... ...nearer than Henry Lake on the west, Boseman Canyon on the north, and similar locations east and south, with strict game laws to prevent professional h... ...CHANNEL TUNNEL. The channel tunnel was offi- cially inspected May 23, by the Parliamentary Committee. The visi- tors, who arrived at Dover by the Brus...

...Title aries: Jan. 1876-Dec. 1908, The American architect and building news: Jan. 1909-Aug. 17, 1921, The American architect; Aug. 31, 1921-Dec. 1924, The American architect and the Architectural review; Jan. 1925-May 1936, The American architect; Absorbed the Inland architect in Ja...

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Irish Houses of Parliament

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...-chamber parliament house. It served as the seat of both chambers (the Lords and Commons ) of the Irish Parliament of the Kingdom of Ireland fo... ...ion of 1800, when Ireland became part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland . In the 17th century, Parliament settled at Chichester... ... Chichester House was in a dilapidated state, allegedly haunted and unfit for parliamentary use. In 1727 Parliament voted to spend £6, 000 on the b... ...t with a semi-circular chamber instead.) The design of this radical new Irish parliamentary building, one of two purpose-built Irish parliamentary bu... ...new Irish parliamentary building, one of two purpose-built Irish parliamentary buildings (the other being Parliament Buildings, Stormont ), was entr... ... as Pearce had died young. Gandon was responsible for three of Dublin's finest buildings, the Custom House, the Four Courts and the King's Inns . ... ...represent Ireland in the House of Lords, on the model already introduced for Scottish peers. After 1800: From a Parliament to a bank Initially,... ...nly recently rebuilt House of Commons chamber, though one of Dublin's finest locations, was broken up to form a number of small offices; but primari... ...c recitals. Of the contents of the building, some have survived in different locations. The Mace of the House of Commons remained in the family of...

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American Architect and Architecture : Vol. 3

...ublic Library.org BUILDING NEWS VOL. III Title: THE AMERICAN ARCHITECT AND BUILDING NEWS VOL. III Author: Author Language: English Subject: Fi... ...... ...74 " " a Bridge at Aurora, 208 " a Brooklyn Factory, 60 " " a Building, 72 " Buildings at the Hay- market, 53 " " Buildings in Lexington St., New York... ..." Buildings in Lexington St., New York, 74 Building at Palmyra, N. Y., 163 " Buildings at St. John, 7, 16 " t Clock Weight, 24 " a Floor on Mercer St.... ...his by Mr. Clark. " Baith Faither and Mither," by Mr. Faed, who has done for Scottish art what Burns lias done for Scottish song, is thoroughly charac... ...ed a report relative to the prevalence of scarlet fever and small-pox at the locations of the greatest mortality. The report is interesting, if only t... ...which would transmit, in gradation pro- portionate to particularly temperate locations on the globe, the heat rays of light; and another class of glas... ...aled to Parliament for power to control the condition of building sites. The Parliamentary Committee, appointed to consider the application of the Boa... ...s (who as librarian is a member of the Commission), is twice as large as any parliamentary library now in use. The pur- chase of ground on Capitol Hil...

...Title aries: Jan. 1876-Dec. 1908, The American architect and building news: Jan. 1909-Aug. 17, 1921, The American architect; Aug. 31, 1921-Dec. 1924, The American architect and the Architectural review; Jan. 1925-May 1936, The American architect; Absorbed the Inland architect in Ja...

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Edinburgh University Music Society

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...ic Society (EUMS) is a student-run musical organisation based in Edinburgh and is one of the largest classical ensembles in Scotland. Since its foundi... ... throughout the year whilst also undertaking a programme of charity events and education projects.[2][3] Con... ...at least the 1950s. More recently EUMS has worked with Scottish charity the Bethany Christian Trust to host the Big Sing 2012. The... ...llaborated with Drake Music Scotland in 2013.[8] Drake Music Scotland is a Scottish charity that enables children and adults with disabilities to lear... ... Tours The EUMS regularly tours to locations across the United Kingdom and Europe. These usually consist of a ... ...c dress Parliamentary constituency ... ... King's Buildings ... ... Tours The EUMS regularly tours to locations across the United Kingdom and Europe. These usually consist of a ... ...c dress Parliamentary constituency ...

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