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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, L

    Lucinet , Capt., 550 (2), 861 (2). Lumbye , John of, (alias Blanerne), see Blanerne. Lumley , John Lord, 707 (1), 906 (1). Lumsden , John, see Blanerne, John Lumsden, Laird of. Lundy , the old Laird of, 434 (4).

    Elizabeth, October 1560, 01 October 1560-31 October 1560

    in all his other doynges." Arran requires no reward but the disposal thereof. Lord Sempill himself and the laird of Blanerne, as it is written to Arran, have left Dunbar for France. The Lords intend very shortly to assemble at Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, January 1561, 01 January 1561-31 January 1561

    instructions to her commissioners. [Jan. 12. ] Instructions to Symon Prestoun of Craigmillar, James Ogilvy of Finlatar, John Lumisden of Blanerne, and Robert Leslie of Arthuirheyir [Ardersier ] , passing instantly to Scotland on the Queen their sovereign's part. (1) Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, March 1561, 01 March 1561-31 March 1561

    [March 17. Add. MSS. 23, 109, fol. 10. ] "I ressavit your writing be the handes of the Lard of Blanerne, daitit at Orleance the viij day of Januar last bipast, be the quhilk your M. declair that it is Subscribers-only content

    Index, T, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    returning from Paris (29th Aug.), 475; commission to ratify treaty of Edinburgh, 476; to be warned of Lord Sempill and Blanerne, 491; 503; Arran writes to, 505; A. Clark to, ib .; 511, 521; to Elizabeth on Mary's safeconduct, & Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    house. * He sas nfudh esteemed by his neighbours ane acquaintances, a larg number of whom attended his funeral.-Scotsmall. At Blanerne, near Duuse1 Berwickshire, atthe extraordinary age of ti1 years Mr. William Carlyle. During the rebellion of 1745, he served Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the occasion, whose name is Armstrong, is stillalive. About this period fie entered the service of Mr. Lumsaeen of Blanerne, who kept a pack of hounds, of *vhich he was ap. pointed huntsman, and in that capacity he wST Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    17, at Pembroke House, Hackney, the wife of Dr. T. B. Chriatie, of a son, stillborn. INNES.-Oetober 17, at Blanerne, Berwickhlsire, the wife of G. 31. Innes, Esq., of a son. KENNEDY.-Otobor S 17, at George-atroet, Edinburgh, the wife Of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    number in Gazette- l 4. PUBLIC EXAMINATION. Matthews J., Elaing, Norfolk, lato farmer, July 6 Died.- Onthe 3rd inst., at Blanerne, N. 8., in his 86th year, the Rev. Edwin Sandy-Lojisd aine, Rector of Upper Hardres, Kent -On the 29th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 12th inst., at 26, Cuizou-street, Mayfair, the Lady Charlotte Russell, of a son. Sandys-Lumspaine.- On the 11th inst., at Blanerne, N. 8., the wife of the Rev. F. G. Sandys-Liunsdaine, of a daughter. Skitt.- On the 12th inst., Mrs. Subscribers-only content

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