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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, C, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    Robert (Marshal of Berwick): Sir John Seton embraces, 6; mentioned, 7; left at Berwick (31st July 1581), 42; Laird of Bomby and Archibald Douglas licensed by, to repair to the Court (6th Oct.), 53; letter of, forgotten, 84; Bowes requested Subscribers-only content

    Parishes (West Ward), St Patrick, Bampton

    highways in the parish of Bampton, setting forth that a certain part of the king's highway at a place called "Bomby Stank," containing 600 yards in length is very dirty, founderous and bad so that passengers cannot pass on that

    Elizabeth, October 1580, 01 October 1580-31 October 1580

    the Commendator of Inchaffray, the Prior of Coldingham, Captain James Stewart of Ahiltry, the Laird of Bargany. the Laird of Bomby, James Chisholme, and the Laird of Moncrieff. Extraordinaries: Lord Maxwell, the Laird of Cesford, the Laird of Ardkinlas, Alexander Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, October 1581, 01 October 1581-31 October 1581

    the earl should be schooled at Paris by the bishop of Glasgow; now the said David with the Laird of Bomby and Archibald Douglas, eldest son of the Laird of Whittinghame, who before embarked at Leith and were driven back Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    Feb. 1582 3), 286; (Sandy Bog) very affectionate to Mary, 313. Bois , Mons. Du: sets out from London, 431. Bomby , Laird of: at Berwick (3rd Oct. 1581), 53; (Bomber) arrives (6th Aug. 1582), 147. Bona , Cavillier de. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    don 8 Lesolenhall OUT:IH AUSTRALIA.-Advices from Adelaide, i dated 22nd October, have been received by 'Mr Waghmrn's overland expres fro Bomby anouncinH the death of Colonel Light, late Sur- veyor.General of the provrinee. Fll particiulars will apr to the SOUTH Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INDIAN ADVENTURE. Just published, in 2 vols. Ifs. AVOLUNTREERS INDIAN SCRAMBLE. Br LiEesT. lIons0) JAonEs, Bengal Army, containing Ac- cf Bomby, ,COlcstta, the War in seinde, Siege of slositrn, 'portieg fis the Punjab and limolaoyaleeX, &e. Trustworthy and entertaining."-.Mloraing Post. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CGIVMERCIAL AND MONETARY. | r1mnin n.7 .h, Ai I' fl'an our 0.4ij C'cspondeag.J LONDON, Tuesday Evening. -There vas no ehange ha the Discount market. The Qe. r mand was very slaok, and rates were easy at 2%/8 per cont. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMEMCIAL AND MONETARY- [omou, C~ty Gor a.-dcatJ I Loco.Thursday Evening. t ( Bank rate since J3nluarv 31, 1859, 3 per cent. The directors of the Ba~nk of Enld maenof alteration in the minimum rate to-day, which L accordingly remains Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f SPORTING NEWS. - LEICrESTERSHIR STE'ErLECHASES. Yxscric)Atn.-After twe ty-toer horns postponement in comse- ques'e of a bey fthe of __ow this 'esting wa commenced in weatherof the most~ wreiched description. Since the snow ceased on Thursday a perfsect deluge Subscribers-only content

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