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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, E, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    -, leased for the Cottonian Library; ccxliii. 43. Estarripa , Don Athanacio de, late Bishop of Majorca; ccliii. 39. Ettrick Forest , N.B., lordship of; cclviii. 20. Eustatia , Island of; ccxxxix. 37. Evangelical Churches of Piedmont , the; cclx.

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1744, July-September, 05 July 1744-28 September 1744

    of Philiphaugh, for a grant of 672 l. 4 s. 5 d. , the balance of the rents of Ettrick Forest remaining in the hands of David Rutherford, collector thereof. In duplicate. 2 and 1 pages. Appending: ( a )

    Index, N, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    1451, 2415, 2667. -, Sir Piers, p. 1457. -, Ric., gr. 492. -, Wm., 967. New Wark, the, in Ettrick Forest, 166. Nichelles , John, 1262. Nicholas , tipstaff, 153. Nicholas , Fra. See Schomberg. -, John, 3585. -, Ric.,

    Henry VIII, November 1543, 21-25, 01 November 1543-30 November 1543

    Nov. upon John Dawson's house of Over Howden in Lawderdaill, on 21 November at Over and Nether Crissope in Ettrick Forest belonging to Michael Scott, Bukcleugh's chief counsellor, and on 23 Nov. upon the laird of Sesfurth's town of Newtoun

    General Index, D, E, 01 June 1703-31 May 1704

    Essex , Lady, 'the happy disposal' of Estwick , S., minister of St. Helen's (London) Etheridge , Sir James Ettrick Forest , chamberlainry of lands, & c. of Eugene , Prince of Savoy Envoy's entertainments on the arrival of Eustace Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PRINGLE, Mark (1754-1812), of Fairnielee, Selkirk.

    adv. and clerk of courts martial [S] Apr. 1782; jt. chamberlain and receiver crown rents of Ettrick Forest Feb. 1786. Ofifces Held Lt. Selkirk vols. 1798. Biography Mark Pringle succeeded his great uncle John Pringle as Member for Selkirkshire in

    PRINGLE, Mark (1754-1812), of Fairnielee, Selkirk.

    and clerk of courts martial in Scotland Apr. 1782; jt. chamberlain and receiver of Crown rents of Ettrick Forest Feb. 1786. Biography Mark Pringle succeeded his grand uncle as Member for Selkirkshire in March 1786. He voted with Pitt on

    PRINGLE, Alexander (1791-1857), of Whytbank and Yair, Selkirk

    PRINGLE, Alexander (1791-1857), of Whytbank and Yair, Selkirk Constituency Dates Selkirkshire 1830 1832 Selkirkshire 1835 23 Jan. 1846 Ofifces Held Ld. of treasury Sept. 1841-Apr. 1845; principal kpr. of sasines [S] 1846-d. Biography The Pringles of Whytbank were descended

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ott it when they are about to wear it.] LordDutghas, sou of. thte Earl of IHome, is keeper of Ettrick Forest, with~a salary of SOOL per annuso. As the revenue produced by the forest, lmowevee,2amonntss' only to 2601., his commission Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he found out what struck him exceedingly. Utwas the sum of 3001. paid to Lord Dunglass as Chamberlain of Ettrick Forest. This sine- cure was dated from before the Union, and was originallyySl. IOs. Scotch money (14s. 2d. sterling). In Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    paid out of the Scotch Exchequer he found Lord Dunglass was set down at 3001. a-year as Chamberlain of Ettrick Forest [a laugh]. The original salary of the office was 81. 10s. Scotch, that is to say, 14s. 2d. sterling Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and history, and was in itself full of pictnresqne charm. The "Dowie Dens of Yarrow" were within walking distance; Ettrick Forest and the Ettrick Shepherd 's Home might easily be reached by any youth in- spired by poetical enthusiasm; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Amiens, on " The al re Story of the Cloth uf Gold." o1 P~ n Fresry n excursion to Ettrick Forest is describdv ur pleasantly, though no inconsiderable portion of the article 01 re smacks rather of the library than Subscribers-only content

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