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Definition of Burghs

Burgh
Burgh Burgh, n. [OE. See Burg.] A borough or incorporated town, especially, one in Scotland. See Borough.

Meaning of Burghs from wikipedia

- burgh, funding such facilities as public parks, museums and civic events. The Burghs and Police Act allowed the inhabitants of Royal Burghs, Burghs of...
- royal burghs. Most royal burghs were either created by the Crown, or upgraded from another status, such as burgh of barony. As discrete cl****es of burgh emerged...
- the burghs of Ayr and Irvine were parliamentary burghs, represented as components of Ayr Burghs. In 1832 Kilmarnock became a parliamentary burgh, to be...
- period four burghs were also counties, or counties of cities These four burghs were redesignated as Counties of Cities in 1930 Note a: ^ Royal Burgh of Aberdeen...
- burghs were units of local government in Scotland created by the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1929 in 1930. The Act recl****ified existing burghs into...
- re-election at Cambridge University Dallas sought re-election at the Dysart Burghs FitzHarris sought re-election at Horsham List of ministerial by-elections...
- the type of burgh concerned. The Scottish burghs were abolished in 1975. Burghs produced many types of historical records. Medieval burghs started to appear...
- A burgh of barony was a type of Scottish town (burgh). Burghs of barony were distinct from royal burghs, as the title was granted to a landowner who,...
- Northern Burghs may refer to: Tain Burghs (UK Parliament constituency), a constituency of the Parliament of Great Britain, 1708 to 1801, and of the Parliament...
- administration comprising counties, counties of cities, large burghs and small burghs. With effect from 16 May 1975 and until 31 March 1996 the local...
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