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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 2 December 1643, 02 December 1643-02 December 1643

    Elizabeth. Ordered , That the Ship Mary and Elizabeth of Newcastle , and the Corn therein, staid in the Burnt Island in Scotland ; and ordered, by a former Order, to be sold, be brought up to this Town, notwithstanding

    Elizabeth, January 1560, 11-15, 12 January 1560-15 January 1560

    water with more men into Fife, and that John a Doddes and his company are beaten out of the Burnt Island, and some slain on both parts. The French have also hanged seven or eight. Has no certain knowledge of

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    Burgos , 183 (3), 349 (1), 351, 532, 627. Burgundy , 1396 (1), 1563 (1). Burley , 1083 (1). Burnt Island , 313 (1), 370 (1). Butler , Thomas, 1525. Butshede , George, 255 (2). Byllinghausen , Henry, 957, 1206,

    Cecil Papers, January 1560, 01 January 1560-31 January 1560

    that, as they have learned by their espials, the French still remain in Fife and lie in Kinghorn and Burnt Island, and are so straight holden in by the Protestants, who have had sundry skirmishes with them, that they dare

    Index, B

    -, -, 454 (5), 763 (1). Burchal , , lieutenant to Yaxley, 28 (1). Burchar , John, 726 (2). Burnt Island , 90 (3), 157, 166 (1). Burgundy , 105, 121 (1, 2), 146 (1), 782 (11) 783 (3), 852

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    occurred off the Lamunierlaws, Burnt Island, at about nine o'tlock. Mr. William Beattie, Mr. M'Kay, and Mr. Thomas Tillie engaged a boat for a pleasure sail, it being their inteantions to return to Burnt Island before it was dark. Oni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    takisg the traho from IPertis to Ediniburghs, wrots another breiefnoethee, while c irmsel ntebemnig e n briefnotewhil crossing from Burnt Island, to Isis father, way lg that lias bod n d likely bh found near Preston. paisr, asho stiln was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'I THE WHITECHAPEL MURDER. L_ S INTERVIEW WITH SADLEPRS WIF. n Sadler's wife has been interviewed by a representa- a tiveof the Telegraph in the countrytown in Kent-in which she has been living for rather more than two n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lives lost. The brig Ellida, of Cronstadt, for Grange- mouth' with a cargo of battens, has gone ashore near Burnt Island, and is totally dismasted, but the hull is apparently undamaged. A telegram from Bridgewater states that the- Robin Hood, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dock, falling on his head ; death in- stantly ensued, from his brains being dashed out. A maniac at Burnt Island, named Sliman, a few days since killed the town officer of that place, by stabbing him with I a Subscribers-only content

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