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  • * British History Online *

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    Spain, January 1543, 11-15, 01 January 1543-31 January 1543

    December the above mentioned admiral, the two counts, the lairds, and the rest of the gentlemen made prisoners [at Solway Moss ] , to the number of twenty-three, were brought to this city, and passed the first night at the

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    Malo (Bretagne), 185. Saint Omer's , 8, 48, 68. Saint Salut , the Abbot of, 1312. Salamose , see Solway Moss. Saluzes , Marquisate of, 221. Saltzburg , the Archbishop of, 977, 1149, 1309. Sandgate , 208, 483 (7). Sans

    Henry VIII, December 1542, 21-25, 01 December 1542-31 December 1542

    taken three Englishmen laden with corn before Skarborro, the King's ships lying in the Humbber, as Lisle has advertised the Council. Alnwick castle, 24 Dec. 34 Hen. VIII. Hol., pp . 3. Add. Endd . The victory of Solway Moss.

    Spain, December 1542, 01 December 1542-31 December 1542

    le logis de la dite dame ( sic , des ditez damez), et pourroit estre, & c." That of Solway Moss, in November 1542. The 3rd, see p. 172. Mary of Guise and her daughter, Mary Stuart. Archibald Angus, earl

    Spain, February 1543, 1-20, 01 February 1543-28 February 1543

    party is stronger and more numerous, having at their head the count Dhouglas 7 and all the prisoners [of Solway Moss ] lately in London. If there be a question of coming to blows, this king will not fail to

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Solway Moss, after Turner; bay sweeping around to right with low mounds in foreground, low horizon and dark cloudsGraphite, 1842

    Solway Moss, after Turner; bay sweeping around to right with low mounds in foreground, low horizon and dark cloudsGraphite

    Solway Moss., 1858

    Solway Moss. [mammal] A broad estuary at low tide, with a string of cattle being driven across it to higher ground in front; on the right, a range of hills, with smoke from a fire below and a thunderstorm overhead;

    Solway Moss., 1858

    Solway Moss. [mammal] A broad estuary at low tide, with a string of cattle being driven across it to higher ground in front; on the right, a range of hills, with smoke from a fire below and a thunderstorm overhead;

    Solway Moss., 1858

    Solway Moss. [mammal] A broad estuary at low tide, with a string of cattle being driven across it to higher ground in front; on the right, a range of hills, with smoke from a fire below and a thunderstorm overhead;

    Solway Moss., 1858

    Solway Moss. [mammal] A broad estuary at low tide, with a string of cattle being driven across it to higher ground in front; on the right, a range of hills, with smoke from a fire below and a thunderstorm overhead;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of all warning, with the dower of Scot- tish chivalry. His son, James V., broken-hearted at the rout of Solway Moss . . . took to his bed, and never rose from it again. Just before he breathed his last Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lettzr unfortunately not entered on the Register-froni S- Thomas Wharton "declaring the whole order " cf of battle of Solway Moss, "wherein the Skottes w,. discurnfted and a great nocabre of them trk 5 prisoners it was ordered that their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place near Lorutown on Thursday. An old man, named David Part, and.his wife, were employed casting peats on the Solway Moss, near to the Gap Farm, and about midday the old man was in the act of taking out the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he nII hotd sdoubt of the result. (Hear, hear.) In that neigh- at uliouoot titers was a place called Solway Moss. In the ki Lits coeascy tile Mesa broke out, the embankm ent of earth vi Fore, try, adthioasf rubbisth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reftrred a series of proofs of the " Liber Stuciorum, " representig varions states of the prints entitled " Solway Moss" and t'"Ben Arthur," as engraved by T. Lupton, the former ) being the Erst work intrusted to him by Subscribers-only content

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