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  • * British History Online *

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    LXXVIII, Charter of James VI granting in feu the lands and barony of Glasgow to Walter, Commendator of Blantyre (1587)

    mill called Archie Lyonis Mylne, lands of Kendyhill, lands of Haghill, Carrendenis, Provesthauch, Cadder, meadow of Partik, New and Old Parks of Partik, the mill called Quheitmylne, Auchynnairns, Robrestoun, Limloch, Gardarroch, Crystoun, Dauidstoun, Gartinquene, Gartinquenemure, Johnestoun, Gartforie, Mukdawis, Edingeich, Badlay,

    Index of Subjects, Q, R

    See Audley End. Hampton Court (Bushey; Jockey; Little House; Middle and New Parks). Hyde Park. Richmond (Bentley; New, and Old Parks). St. James's. Windsor (Great; House; Little and Mote Parks). issues for works in, 51. repairs in, 36, 367. Royal

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Appjly. BucrbidkeandTyor oc hirlante, Bradford at. .03108 (0AOHIIIAN and Groom; san drievoapacar; married: no fampily; latZn7.~ Goed charaotor.-Alfred Heath, Old Parks, Ashbl'.de. ('QCK IMANWantediiaccustsmed to drivo a Pair: moistb a. c - Xc tboruo~cc' god ahipacidturn hie Icoroes oult well. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday, 2, Leighton laRll STrounsuIHil, NoRtuer (at 1130).-This day, Februlary 28, Sandon; Friday, March 2, Suguall; Saturdasy, 3, Swyrlnertnu Old Parks. STAFFosREnSlTR., SoL;-r (at 11>-Friday, MaIrch 2, Stafford Lodge, Shagborougo. UsmnwD (at }1)-This day, February 2S, Munslow; Satun- day, March Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Asliby de-la-Zkuchi, bj die Rev. E Sanders, Mir. Stnders, of' Bcauvale Abbey, otones, to Iliss .' Moore, of the Old Parks, Leicestershire. On the '2'd tilt; at Wollatoin, Air. William Mt'Lellall, builder, to Mrs. Key, both of Mlransfield. Yestetday, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be had at the Place of Sale; the AUCTIONEERS STAND, Corn Exchange, Lough- borough; and at their Offices, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. OLD PARKS, ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH. VALUABLE FREEHOLD LAND, BRICKYARD, HOUSE, &a. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Messrs. DAVENPORT, GERMAN, & ALLEN, At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    papers. Auction Offices, Albert-street, Derby, e February 1st, 1872. C BY MESSRS. DAVENPORT, GERMAN, g t] AND ALLEN. l OLD PARKS, ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOJCE3. VALUABLE FREEHOLD LAND, BRIC1KYIARD, a HOUSE, &C. fi TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Messrs. DAVENPORT, GERMAN, & Subscribers-only content

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