The process originated probably in France, but it was patented in Britain in 1877 by Robert Barclay
When Robert Barclay
, Sylvanus Bevan and John Perkins bought Henry Thrale's brewery in 1781 for PS135,000, for example, they raised the funds from fellow Quakers.
Along with Robert Barclay
he is overseeing administration at Dunfermline, so it remains to be seen how much of a hands-on role he has at Hearts.
, of insolvency firm PKF, has been appointed as the trustee of the estate of Gary, who lives in Newton Mearns, Glasgow.
Commander Robert Barclay
commanded the naval forces on Lake Erie for the British while Master Commandant Oliver Perry commanded for American flea.
Profile, founded by Robert Barclay
, provides media, public relations (PR) and marketing professionals with forward planning and contact information.
Noted Quakers such as George Fox, Margaret Fell, Stephen Crisp, and Robert Barclay
wrote texts about the theory of preaching.
he process is believed to have originated in France, but it was patented in Britain in 1875 by Robert Barclay
Other racing celebrities such as Tony McCoy, Frankie Dettori and Sheikh Mohammed accompanied Dunwoody at various stages of the 42-day challenge which mirrored that of Captain Robert Barclay
, who completed the gruelling exercise in 1809 to collect a 1,000 guinea wager.
Allardice (1779-1854), better known as 'Captain Barclay', was renowned for his pedestrian feats including walking one mile in each of 1,000 successive hours.
, 19, bought a bottle of Merrydown for the youngster, who cannot be named for legal reasons.
He received financial help from a number of high-profile supporters, including the banker Robert Barclay
and Lord Shaftesbury, who was president of the Ragged Schools Union for 40 years.