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You searched for: Place: "Castle Campbell"

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  • * British History Online * *

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

    Index, C

    459 (2). Cambray , see Cateau Cambresis. Camel , Mr., 1291 (2), 1463 (1), 1559 (4). Campbell , see Castle Campbell. -, William, of Skeldown, 1404, 1405. Canaries , the, 254. Canstadt , 1418 (1). Canterbury , 385 (7), 688

    Index, C

    , Edward, 58 (1), 368, 410, 897 1762. Castiglione , Gio Baptista, 1064, 1791. Castile , 249 (2), 1126. Castle Campbell , 181 (6), 1475 (3). Castro , 975. Catwell , at Berwick, 1237. Cavalcanti , Guido, letters from, 795.

    Index, C

    , 46 (10). Cassilis , Gilbert, Earl of, 26 (4). Casticoto , Stephano, 443. Castile , 125, 158, 1462. Castle Campbell , 1375 (2). Castlyn , Edward, letter from, 844. -, -, 77, 549, 574, 905 (2), 1439, 1452 (1),

    Index, A, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    10; his remark on Mary's proposed marriage (26th Dec. 1563), 32; favours English marriage wishes three geldings, 33; at Castle Campbell with Murray (Feb. 1563 4), 46, 48, 50; licence for, pressed, 51, 59, 60; will not favour Lennox's return, Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, December 26 to 311562, 26 December 1562-31 December 1562

    Coldingham. On New Year's day she will be again at Edinburgh. The 10th of January she will be at Castle Campbell in Fife, at the marriage of St. Colm to the Earl of Argyll's sister. Mr. Knox is so hard

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pictures sold and the prices realised:-' The Forge- a group ef geese and cows in Dho foreground," 214 guineas; "Castle Campbell," with figures by W. P. Fcibn, R.A., 270 guineas; T4 lihe Coming Shower," 110 guineas ; ' Sshine and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vanderbilt see had arrived out. a a coR RUCIOUVED PUJRCHASE OF THE ESTATE OF HAR- a E VIESTOUN AND CASTLE CAMPBELL FOR LORD CLYDE.-a E It is currently reported that Government, having, in con- an eideration of Lord Clyde's distinguished Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Archbishop, Mrs. Tait, aud fiends paid a visit to Castle Campbell Glen. The party were higbly delighted with the beautiful scenery recently opened up by the new Castle Campbell footpath. Having ex- arrined the ruin and the surrounding grounds, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the waterworks, which, by the way, wereonly recently finished, is all but complete. The water was brought from Castle Campbell (len, and along the course the pipes have been displaced and thrown across the stream in all sorts of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the visitor as- cends the stairs leading to the gallery a noble ex- ample by Horatio Mh'Culloch, R.S.A., named "Castle Campbell" (2), is sure to arrest his at- tention. It is a marvellous piece of realistic work. The eye does Subscribers-only content

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