Definition of Elizabeth haldane
1. Noun. Scottish writer and sister of Richard Haldane and John Haldane (1862-1937).
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Literary usage of Elizabeth haldane
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1. Reports of Cases Ruled and Adjudged in the Several Courts of the United by Alexander James Dallas, Frederick Charles Brightly, United States Supreme Court (1906)
"Mrs. Hester Duche died, in June 1779, without issue, and elizabeth haldane, one of the plaintiffs, was her heir-at-law; but the plaintiffs were not apprised ..."
2. Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania: With Some by Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Jasper Yeates, William Duane, Pennsylvania Circuit Courts (1871)
"A letter from the testator, dated 12th February, 1782, was written to Elizabeth Haldane, stating that as his son had been attainted of treason, ..."
3. Logie: A Parish History by Robert Menzies Fergusson (1905)
"... of Robert Haldane's death ; but this, as the above entry shows, is erroneous. On -21st June, 1780, an Inventory of goods of Mrs. elizabeth haldane alias ..."
4. A Pastoral Bishop: A Memoir of Alexander Chinnery-Haldane, D.D. : Sometime by Thomas Isaac Ball (1907)
"... and is in these words: " Agnes elizabeth haldane-Chinnery. Born May 6, 1866; baptized into Christ, June 4; died July 5, 1866." Mr. Haldane-Chinnery was ..."