skip to the main content area of this page

Search results

You searched for: Place: "Argyll"

Found 39,584 matches across 7 resources.

  • * British History Online * *

    1,010 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Index, O, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    203; his suspected letters to Argyll a "fetche," ib .; asks Argyll for men (13th Oct.), 223; seeks league with Argyll (19th Nov.), 240; his ruffle from young O'Donnel, ib .; meets and joins Argyll (7th Feb. 1565 6), 254; Subscribers-only content

    Corrigenda

    Page 578, No. 656, Line 12 from the end: for October, read December. " 706 (Index): for Argyll, Earl of (Archibald), read Argyll, Earl of (Colin). " 710 (Index): after Bellenden, Sir John, insert and Sir Lewis Bellenden. " 770 Subscribers-only content

    Simancas, February 1574, 01 February 1574-28 February 1574

    of Scotland, I am assured from a good quarter that it can be managed with money through the earl of Argyll, who is extremely friendly with them ( i.e ., the English). Those who hear of this are much surprised

    Index, I, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    : 1, 3; news out of, 64; things go well in, ib .; preparation in Spain to invade, 73; 119; Argyll solicited to send aid to, 181; men ready to embark for, 183; disordered state of, 211; Argyll's lands coast Subscribers-only content

    Index, O, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    Countess of Argyll (10th April 1560), 353; Calwach: and his wife (widow of the Earl of Argyll), prisoners to Shane O'Neill their release urged by Argyll (12th Feb. 1561 2), 604; and Argyll's "mother-in-law," Cecil reminded of by Argyll (31st Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

    196 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    CAMPBELL, Dugald (c.1710-64), of Ballimore, Argyll.

    was transferred to him.[footnote] Entirely directed by Argyll, he voted 2 May I757 with Henry Fox on the Minorca inquiry,[footnote] and was counted by Newcastle among the few who would remain faithful to Argyll whether in or out of power.[footnote]

    CAMPBELL, Sir Duncan (c.1682-1765), of Lochnell, Argyll.

    CAMPBELL, Sir Duncan (c.1682-1765), of Lochnell, Argyll. Constituency Dates Argyllshire 1747 1754 Biography Returned by the 3rd Duke of Argyll in 1747, Campbell obtained a secret service pension of £400 p.a. from Pelham, which was stopped by Newcastle in April

    CAMPBELL, Sir James, 5th Bt. (c.1679-1756), of Auchinbreck, Argyll.

    was ‘the only considerable man of the family who joined’ the 9th Earl of Argyll in 1685. During the rising his castle at Carnassary in west Argyll was burnt by his local enemies the Macleans, and he suffered forfeiture as

    CAMPBELL, James (c.1666-1752), of Ardkinglas, Argyll.

    arrested in 1684 on suspicion of corresponding with the fugitive 9th Earl of Argyll, had suffered forfeiture and lengthy imprisonment upon admitting that he had sent Argyll money, and by the time of his eventual release, after the abortive rising

    CAMPBELL, John (c.1693-1770), of Mamore, Dunbarton.

    bedchamber to George II as Prince of Wales and King 1714–61, to George III 1761–?d.; a.d.c. to 2nd Duke of Argyll Sept. 1715–17; lt.-col. 9 Ft. 1720–2, 27 Ft. 1735–7, col. 39 Ft. 1737–8, 21 Ft. (R. Scots Fusiliers) 1738–52,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

    27,445 results from this resource, ordered by date. View more View all

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fyny y post hwn idd. yet i rwbio en penau dysgedig ynddo fel y bendithis pob Ysgotyn y Duc o Argyll am osod i fyny y post enwog hwnw a gyfeirir ato mor fynych mewn cysyllt- iad a i enw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyn i'r Ty ymwahanu am haner awr wedi un. . TY YR ARGL[ DDI, Dydd Gwener.--- Dywedodd y Duae o Argyll mewn atebiad i Iarll Airlie nad oedd y Ulywodraeth yubwriaducymell penodi prif-ysgrifen- ydd i Scotland ar wahaa,. gan, eu- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i d bai yn cnoi ei eirian cyn eni gollwn_, allan. Ateb- wyd ef ar ran y Weinyddiaeth gaol Duc Argyll. I1e Y mae y pendefig hwn yn dwyn ar gof ar un- GI waitb, pr:y "My name is Norval, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bon yn y mesur beri iddo effeithio yn hollol - ahanoi i'r hyn y disgwylid iddo wneyd. - Y Duc Argyll a gefnogai y mesur yn wresog, yr hwn yr oedd ef yu argyhoeddedig oedd yn gyfiawn ac yn anghenrheidiol. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dodri ymaith ei law 'ddehau na phleidleisio as yr adran. ; Ateb. wyd ef gan larll KibericyaDuc Argyll (sylwed y cysodydd mai "Argyll "ydyw y sillebiaeth oreu, er fad "Argyle" yn ddigon cywir a goddefol;' ond:gwell peidio sillebu y ddwy Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

    16 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Ealing and Brentford Roman catholicism

    between 1606 and 1623 and two others were presented between 1623 and 1636 . 35 Archibald Campbell , earl of Argyll , was a recusant there in 1638 ; in 1640 two recusants at New Brentford were presented and two

    Parishes Nether Worton

    William Bumpstead . 75 In 1733 Bumpstead and Mary his wife conveyed the estate to John Campbell , duke of Argyll , in whose family it remained in 1760 . 76 By 1786, and probably by 1783 , it had

    Combe Manor and other estates

    other Combe fee-farm rents by Sir Robert Dashwood , who sold them in 1721 to John Campbell , duke of Argyll . They later passed to Henry Scott , duke of Buccleuch , from whom they were bought in 1778

    Ealing and Brentford Other estates

    duke of Marlborough (d. 1817), in 1775 . 33 It was bought from him by John Campbell , duke of Argyll (d. 1806), who sold it in 1791 to James Baillie (d. 1793). Baillie devised Ealing Grove to his wife

    Ealing and Brentford Protestant nonconformity

    , church was formed in 1900 , with services at no. 70 the Avenue from 1901 and at hall in Argyll Rd. from 1903. 31 Attendances 1903: 108 a.m. ; 88 p.m. After First World War hall adapted as permanent

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

    2 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    George Dodsworth, 11/4/1824

    Ordination Record CCEd Record ID: 42853 Linked to person: Dodsworth, George 1823-1824 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Dodsworth Forename George Title Qualification University Cambridge College Catherine Hall Year EVENT TYPE Type ordination Date 11/4/1824 Place London Church St

    John Harrison, 18/6/1780

    Ordination Record CCEd Record ID: 65057 Linked to person: Harrison, John 1780-1784 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Harrison Forename John Title Qualification University Cambridge College Trinity Year EVENT TYPE Type ordination Date 18/6/1780 Place Cambridge Church Trinity College

 

Document Type

Date

Availability

Workspace options

Save this search to your workspace

Save checked results (you can make connections from your workspace)

Save and connect checked results to an existing connection

Don't have an account?

Register now to set up your own personal workspace

Bookmarking options

Download options

Click the checkbox next to each item

Donations

As a not-for-profit service, we welcome donations from our users.