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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dumbarton, Port Ma- s Hamilton tilda, and Paisley 9. Inverness 4. EdinburghLeith ort, 10. Perth, Dundee, and4 and Piershill Broughty Castle, 5. Fort George II. Stirling NORTHERN. I Commissariat office, Barracek street, Reline, Man-c chester. Tenders to be received until Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aberdeen and Balater. Glasgow. Ayr, Greenlaw. Dambarton,FortMatilda, Hamilton. and Paisley. Inverness' Edinburgh, Leith Fort, Perth, Dundee, an and Piershill. Broughty Castle. Fort George. Stirling; NORTHERN DISTRICT. Control Office, Barrack street, Hulme, Manchestex Tenders to be received until Noon on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ballater. Glasgow. Ayr. Greeulaw. D annarton,Fort Matilda, Hamilton. and Paisley. Inverness. Edinburgh, Leith Fort, Perth, Dundee, and and Piershill. Broughty Castle. Fort George. Stirling. NORTHERN DISTRICT. Control Office, 1 Oswald street, Hslme, Manchester. Tenders to be received until noon on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iDumbarton, Fort Ma- P. Inverness. tiils, and Paisley. so. Oban. rE'dinburgh, Leith Fort, I1. Perth, Dundee, and and. Piershill. Broughty Castle. F,.rt George. 12. Stirling. ~.Glasgow I NORTHERN DISTRICT. Control Office, 1 Oswald street, Stretford road, Hulme, Manchester. .Asiton-under-Lyne. 14. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Government, alive to the necessity of protecti the entrance to the Tay, have got plans prepared for put- ting Broughty Castle in a, state of complete repair, ald, of eMecting strong fortifications aroundeit. It is proposed to place on the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Introduction

    for establishing the English on the Clyde. 10 On the Protector's return after his victory, he left garrisons in Broughty Castle and St Colme's Inch the former under Sir Andrew Dudley, the latter under Sir John Luttrell. William, Lord Grey Subscribers-only content

    Edward VI, September 1547, 01 September 1547-30 September 1547

    fish for us. Sir Andrew Dudley begs your grace's further instructions. To-morrow, if wind serve, we depart towards England. Broughty Castle. Signed : E. Clyn ton, Andrew Duddeley, W. Woodhous, Robert Legge. 7 pp. Addressed. Indorsed (by Thynne). 47. Lennox Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    (1), 936, 952 (3), 954 (8), 971 (3), 990, 1073 (2), 1076 (6), 1093 (2). Brossemont , see Broxmouth. Broughty Castle (Angus) , 9 (3), 20 (7). Brown , , 1073 (1). -, Valentine, letters from, 787, 1064. -, -,

    Index, G, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    13. Galliot of Yarmouth , the: armament and flag (18th Dec.), 49; Whyting, master, brings 200 l . to Broughty Castle (9th Jan. 1547 8), 61; 75; 84. Galloway , Bishop of: (A. Gordon), arresting boats to siege St Colms Subscribers-only content

    Edward VI, March 1548, 01 March 1548-31 March 1548

    only from my native country, wife, children, friends, inher itance, & c., but of late days, being captain of Broughty Castle, and lessee for life from Lord Gray of the fort and fishings, worth yearly to me 100 marks sterling, Subscribers-only content

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