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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, May 1562, 6-10, 06 May 1562-10 May 1562

    advertise Randolph thereof, that he might advertise them to whom it appertains, lest they find fault with their delay. Loch Leven, 10 May 1562. Signed . Orig. Add. Endd .: To Randolph in Edinburgh. Pp . 2. May 10. 43

    Cecil Papers, January-June 1569, 01 January 1569-30 June 1569

    might be induced to affirm the estate of her son according to the Parliament held whilst she was in Loch Leven; and how her estate for her person with her surety and liberty may be provided. 2 o . If

    Elizabeth, February 1570, 01 February 1570-28 February 1570

    them from the throne. They openly blamed the Regent who received the Queen. When the Queen, being kept in Loch Leven by commandment of the whole Parliament, was brought out by conspiracy of some "privat men," and especially by the Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, March 1587, 01 March 1587-31 March 1587

    of the. French course transferred to him, for which cause he desired the King should employ G. Douglas of Loch Leven, who is altogether his, with the King's letters and commission into France. George understanding of the Queen's execution, and Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, May 1562, 11-20, 11 May 1562-20 May 1562

    this Queen by a gentleman of her own. 2. The Queen these eight days past, riding between Falkland and Loch Leven, her horse fell with her, and hurt her arm very sore, and somewhat the right side of her face,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sadwrn diweddaf, yr oedd tair boneddiges ieuanc, merched i Mr. Alexander Steedman, o Kinross, yn cydymddifypu trwy ysglerio ar Loch Leven. Anturiodd un o'r chwiorydd yn rhy bell i'r llyn mewn awydd i achub ci oedd gyda hwy ag oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Threadneedle street. N E W ' I U S I C.-Four Songs. &c. with Piano NAccompaninsent:-1. The Prince's Feathers-2. Loch Leven (on the occasion of her -Majesty and Prince Albert visiting Sentland)-3. Little Cupid-i. Auld Robin (,ray, revised. and a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son of the deceased gentleman. Ma JAMES JARDINE, civil engineer, died this week in Edinburgh, aged seventy-two. Mr Jardine introduced the Crawley water into Edinburgh, constructed the Union Canal, was the engineer of the Dalkeith Railway, and drained Loch Leven. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    human dwellings. They are such ske- t letons that the gamekeepera say that they are not worth e shooting Loch Leven Us frozen. Many people cross to a the castle upon the ice. a John Drummond, a constable in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Conti eers the prisoner. Belfa thee For sume time an angling competition las been held plaep His aneually on Loch Leven, under the management of the Castl dlit 'West of Scotland Angling Associations, and the principal Du *,t. fishing clubs Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 20th August 1847

    Linnhe was magnificent, with such beautiful mountains. From Loch Linnhe we entered Loch Eoin & passed the entrance to Loch Leven , at the end of which is Glencoe, so famous for its beautiful scenery, & for the horrible massacre

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