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You searched for: Place: "Aberlady", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 2, June 1548, 01 June 1548-30 June 1548

    it a small matter, if it be not rescued by the power of England. They have appointed to land at Aberlady to-day eight cannon and other ordnance, but it is thought they must be drawn by men, as they have Subscribers-only content

    Edward VI, June 1548, 01 June 1548-30 June 1548

    he can, all vessels at the entry of "the Frithe" or Aberlady; and if the French retire "within Inchegarven," leave some of his ships to intercept victuals to Aberlady or Dunbar. To warn M r Luttrell by a small vessel Subscribers-only content

    Edward VI, August 1548, 01 August 1548-31 August 1548

    piece yesterday from the northeast bulwark into the Abbey, killing 4 men. Pursuivants are sent out to get workmen for Aberlady. The ships laid up at Blackness are again at the "Roode," setting out all that were in Leith haven, Subscribers-only content

    Index, A

    348, 349, 350. Abel , 211. Abergavenny , Lord, 123. Aberlady , 44. Abingdon , Abbey of, in keeping of Sir John Masone, 51. Abingdon , a messenger, 312. Acon , M. d', 129. Acton's Bulwark , at Boulogne, 352.

    Edward VI, July 1548, 01 July 1548-31 July 1548

    great plenty of victual from "Lethcow" and Stirlingshire, which countries are all come forth. There came 8 galleys today to Aberlady with ordnance to be landed. Some say the galley slaves shall be taken to give the assault. Haddington church Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G Little Wonlool; plulsation I I:awtteo Fiairrimliter Dorinda Elsie Alitrlev Sir Elht2r Bunker Noailva rain Revetl Duke TDissipation l'air Googilume Aberlady SAphbia \Vinifred lilty' Several others are expected this (Wednesday) morning. BATEI MEETING. BvrT, TuesnAm.-Nelbing could have been more ! Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by five lengths; a neck sepairating the second and third. The DON PLATeS of 100gs. About five furlongs. Mrv. Craig's Aberlady, Bet 7th (Osborne) ..I Mr. Gilberts Ballad, bAt 10th (MartinI.. .. 2 Lord Londonderry's Skarte, Set 7ib (Lashmrar) B Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and, judging from the prectice of tihe seaqson, the shooting is likely to be of a bigh order of merit. Aberlady Parish Church, restored at the expense of the Earl of We'myss, has been opened by the Rev. Principal Cunningham. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rotterdam, in ballast. - Providence, Armituge ; Thomasand Ann, Hodgson, for Hull ; Marianne, Taylor, for Liverpool; Ruby, Neal, for Aberlady; Alert, Garred, for Alloa; Three Friends, Easter, for Grangemouth ; Newcastle Trader, Easter, for Newcastle; Rebecca, Scott, for Cork; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from railway station, main line ; seven miles from Edinburgh, six from North Berwick, oue mile and a half from Aberlady : two postal deliveries daily - Vpply to Mr P- t- -t. -oil Bote-, Abe- ady. ' DINARD. Bretagne.- Subscribers-only content

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