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Bute County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land and Slave Records (1762-1779) By Stewart Dunaway
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This book contains images of original records in the NC State Archives - for Bute County. This county was formed from Granville Co. in 1764, and abolished in 1779, when it was divided into Warren and... More > Franklin Co. The courthouse of Bute Co. was located about 6 miles southeast of present Warrenton, North Carolina. This book contains miscellaneous land records, such as caveats, procession, and deeds of gift. Slave records are included - containing sales and gifts. Also included is a rare bond allowing a slave to have a firearm. Although not a lot of records exist for Bute County, this is another nice collection of what is preserved in the State Archives. Also added are some misc. mill records from the CRX collection.< Less
Bute County, N.C. County Records (Road, Bridge, Mill and Tavern Bonds) By Stewart Dunaway
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Bute County no longer exists in N.C. This was an early County, and some of the original records remain from 1765 to 1779, when the county was divided up. This book contains images of each record.... More > This is not a large collection, however, it represents what remains in the N.C. Archives (Raleigh) dealing with Road, Bridge, Mill and Ordinary (Tavern) records.< Less
The Arms of the Royal and Parliamentary Burghs of Scotland By John Marquess of Bute, H. W. Lonsdale, J. R. N. MacPhail
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Originally published (W. Blackwood and Sons.) In 1897 'By John Marquess of Bute, J. R. N. MacPhail, and H. W. Lonsdale. This book is the original volume in the series of the arms of Scottish Burghs... More > and was followed by "The Arms of The Baronial and Police Burghs of Scotland.," brought out by the same authors (Mr. Stevenson taking the place of Mr. J. R. N. Macphail). A great book for those interested in the Civic Heraldry of Scotland. A Clean original facsimile of the original, not an OCR copy.< Less
The Arms of the Baronial and Police Burghs of Scotland By John Marquess of Bute, J. H. Stevenson, H. W. Lonsdale
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In April 1903 The Spectator gave this review of the original: It contains somewhere about three hundred coats-of-arms, or an intimation that no coat-of- arms exists, or, not infrequently, the... More > suggestion of heraldic bearings that would suit the circumstances. The volume does not promise much interest to the reader; but it has more than one would think. There is no little genealogical and historical information in it ; there is much that the student of heraldry will prize. The authors, too, now and then indulge in a gentle jest at the errors, heraldic or other, with which they have been brought in contact in the course of their inquiries.< Less
Volume 0552, Coupe d’Europe 2014 15 --- Cove (Argyll and Bute) By Deutsch Print Wikipedia
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Volume 0552, Coupe d’Europe 2014 15---Cove (Argyll and Bute) Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards... More > the inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandiberg wrote software transforms all of Wikipedia in thousands of print on print-on-demand volumes, drawing attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a poetic material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. This German version encompases 3406 volumes that were uploaded in May and June 2016. Eine gängige Größenordnung für Enzyklopädien sind die Bände ihrer Ausgaben. Michael Mandiberg hat die aktuelle Version der deutschsprachigen Wikipedia in enzyklopädische Artikel umgerechnet und eine ganze Bibliothek des Wissens geschaffen: 3.406 Bände.< Less
Miscellaneous N.C. – Road, Bridge, and Mill CRX Records (1767-1937) By Stewart Dunaway
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The State Archives houses all county court documents, as given by the courts. However, some documents did not originate from the courthouse. For whatever reason, some “official”... More > documentation found its way into private hands or former (retired) county agents. When these documents surfaced, and are given to the Archives – they are NOT integrated into the existing county collection. They are segregated into a CRX catalog (at the back of each county index file-drawer). Therefore, I went through every county, looking for Road, Bridge, Mill, Ordinary, and Ferry records. Simply put, there are two types of collections, folders and boxes. Folders being a small collection, and boxes, literally the same size as a normal county collection. Only three counties had large (boxes) collections, Macon Co. (2-boxes), Rowan Co. (one box), and Beaufort (one box and one folder). All the remaining counties were small folder-size collections. Therefore they do not warrant a standalone volume, and are included in this book.< Less
Roman Breviary: Commons & Offices By Reprinted by V. Rev Gregory Bellarmine
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This is the 5th book in the English language translation of the pre Pius X Divine Office by the Marquess of Bute. The classic book includes the Rubrics or Rules for praying the Breviary as well as... More > the Commons of Saints which is used throughout the year. As well, you'll find the complete Roman Calendar and additional Offices, such as that to the Blessed and Ever Virgin Mary Mother of God. A priceless addition to the library of any Traditional Roman Catholic interested in deepening his or her spiritual life in the Church.< Less
Granville County, N.C. - Tavern Bonds (1748-1838) By Stewart Dunaway
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Granville County was formed in 1746 from part of Edgecombe. Granville will then be divided and formed Bute County in 1764. Bute will change to Warren County in 1779. This large collection of Tavern... More > Bonds spanning British to early American eras. These records provide early insight to this large and important county. These bonds have the names of those bound to the Ordinary owner, as well as some bonds providing the location of the Ordinary. Maps are included to illustrate certain cross-roads, and other locales referenced in these records. This book has a name index (Last, First) as well as rivers, roads, and other landmarks or key words (deceased, widow etc.).< Less
A River Clyde Story. Shoogles Mackay and the Redheaded Witch By Gordon Ferguson Mackenzie
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A family disembarked from a ferry on to an Island off the west coast of Scotland, the Isle of Bute, and started their two weeks holiday. John and Anna Mackay and their four children, Kara, Martin and... More > Shirley, are looking forward to having an enjoyable and exciting holiday. Baby Jason in his own way, being two years old, is also happy to be here with his parents. Martin and his two sisters, and their mother, will meet their dad's uncle Shoogles for the first time. He lives on a converted old fishing boat in the town of Rothesay's inner harbour, which is close to where the ferry docked. Jason's not bothered about meeting his dad's uncle. An enjoyable holiday? Yes it will be. An exciting holiday? Yes. Exciting and dangerous! The holiday on the Isle of Bute turned out to be nothing like the family thought it would be. Uncle Shoogles and the Redheaded Witch made sure of that!< Less
Writing Our Lives By Butetown History & Arts Centre
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Explore the old lanes of Grangetown and Cardiff Docklands, the childhood homes off Bute Street. Feel what it is like to be treated different because you are British black, Asian or Muslim. This... More > anthology brings together memories and reflections of women who grew up in Tiger Bay and the Docks as well as women who were born or have come to Cardiff in more recent decades. A vivid, honest and wry insight into the lives and challenges of minority women, Writing Our Lives celebrates Cardiff and the differences that enrich our community.< Less