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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Houses of white friars

    , xiii (z), 823, 860; cf. 1064. On the image cf. ibid. (1), 1054, 1177; (2), 1280. Mon. Treasures ( Abbotsford Club), 23. L. and P. Hen . VIII , xiv (2), 326. Mins. Accts. 30-1 Hen. VIII (Yorks.), no.

    Friaries Austin friars of Hull

    . VIII , xiv (1), 348, 413; Mins. Accts. 30-1 Hen. VIII (Yorks.), 166; cf. Acct. of Mon. Treasures ( Abbotsford Club), 17. Mins. Accts. loc. cit. Harl. MS. 6969, fol. 86. They were locally known as Black Friars ;

    Friaries Grimsby

    69, fol. 6. L. and P. Hen . VIII , xi, 593. Ibid. xiii (2), 567, 572; Monastic Treasures ( Abbotsford Club), 10. Mins. Accts. 30-1 Hen. VIII, 110, 184 (Linc.); L. and P. Hen . VIII , xviii (2),

    Friaries The crossed friars

    xv, 942 (19). Babraham (?). Ibid. xvii, 1258. Ibid. xvii (1), 75. Ibid. xix (1), 1035 (6). Monastic Treasures ( Abbotsford Club), 19. L. and P. Hen . VIII , vi, 578 (27). Ibid. ix, 1168. Stow , op. cit.

    Friaries Black friars of Beverley

    3), iii, 179. The date is given in Mins. Accts. 30-1 Hen. VIII, no, 166. Acct. of Mon. Treasure ( Abbotsford Club), 17. Mins. Accts. 30-1 Hen. VIII (Yorks.), no. 166. Beverley Chap . Act Bks . (Surt. Soc.), i,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be included in the selected circle during the Kings stay in that hospitable country.-Ha ilton Palace, Tayhnouth, Brechin Castle, and Abbotsford, the residence of the poet and noveist of Scotland, are to receive visits from the King. 'o"ring G1hvronicle. On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will be some new creations, when Sir Walter Scott wvill be raised to the peerage, with the title of Baron Abbotsford. - If is said that soon after the King's return from Scotland, his Majesty will visit St. Paul's in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will be alarmed, although the inducement to be speedy in New York, is most likely exactly similar to that at Abbotsford; an observation which will be duly understood wher we add that 3,500 copies of The Pioneers wevere sold in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Company, Sir Walter Scott said, that he had had three montels' experience of Oil Gas light in his house at Abbotsford, ind he could assure the meeting, that nothing could be more pleasant, more useful, safe, and economical. Ile was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. CAs'rSrE M39DWIN'S " COINVERSATsONS."-A letter has been received from Captain Medwin, in which he says," as to answering all the people who may take it into their heads to be angry with me, it would be end- Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HEPBURNE SCOTT, Henry Francis (1800-1867), of Mertoun House, Berwick

    Liverpool"s ministry if he deemed their policies satisfactory.[footnote] That summer he and his brothers hunted otters at Sir Walter Scott"s Abbotsford estate and were guests of Buccleuch for the shooting at Drumlanrig.[footnote] Scott, who corresponded regularly on political issues with

    PRINGLE, Alexander (1791-1857), of Whytbank and Yair, Selkirk

    PRINGLE, Alexander (1791-1857), of Whytbank and Yair, Selkirk Constituency Dates Selkirkshire 1830 1832 Selkirkshire 1835 23 Jan. 1846 Ofifces Held Ld. of treasury Sept. 1841-Apr. 1845; principal kpr. of sasines [S] 1846-d. Biography The Pringles of Whytbank were descended

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 8th February 1851

    the real Dandie Dinmont or rather more Pepper & Mustard breed, mentioned in Walter Scott's "Gay Mannering". They came from Abbotsford . - Just as I had sat down to luncheon with the Children, Albert returned. - Afterwards Landseer made

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Other Works, 1864

    . There are the Eildons, with their triple heights; and you can get a glimpse of the upper woods of Abbotsford , and the top of the hill above Cauldshiels Loch , that very spot where the c wondrous potentate, Subscribers-only content

    Other Works, 1864

    have a couch-bed. ' We all know what the dream, and the cottage, and the hundred acres came to-the ugly Abbotsford ; the over-burdened, shattered brain driven wild, and the end, death, and madness. Well, it was on that ridge Subscribers-only content

    Mr. Foster as a Scottish genealogist., 1883

    extent of Mr. Foster ' s acquaintance with these books is shown by his ignoring in his enumeration both the Abbotsford and Spalding Clubs, and including the Roxburghe, an altogether English society, established, not for the illustration of history, but Subscribers-only content

    To the committee appointed for the promotion of a railway from Newcastle to Edinburgh., 1838

    miles, the ground is almost level, the next four miles the ground descends into the valley of the Tweed near Abbotsford , at the rate of about 45 feet per mile. In the last 20 miles I have described, the Subscribers-only content

    Life of the Right Honourable William E. Gladstone, M.P., 1878

    is not only Avonderfully A'aried, but exact and comprehensive. He has lectured on Sir Walter Scott , the enchanter of Abbotsford , disclosing a critical acquaintance with his tales as well as a regard for the author of Waverley . Subscribers-only content

 

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