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  • * British History Online *

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    Brancepeth , 735. Brandenburg , Albert, Marquis of, letters from, 392, 438. -, letters to, 148. -, -, 290, 1274. Branxholm house burnt by Sussex , 841, 844. Bravillart (Brulart) , 355. Brazils , 2157. Brean , M. de, 1476.

    Notes and Errata

    This entry belongs to the year 1525. 950, 1. 2, for "Ampuzca" read "Quipuzca." 1030, 1. 5, for "Brauxholm" read "Branxholm." 1044. It appears by No. 1831, that Wolsey was at Richmond on the 21 Dec. 1525. This letter may

    Elizabeth, April 1570, 16-30, 16 April 1570-30 April 1570

    an end of the rest, saving Drumlanrig's Castle and the goods which were in it. From Hawick they went to Branxholm, Buccleugh's chief house, which they threw down with powder, and burnt all the towns and castles of his friends

    Henry VIII, February 1546, 1-10, 01 February 1546-28 February 1546

    Teviotdale, and ( blank ) Dowglas of Bonjedburcht and their adherents on the one part, and Sir Walter Scott of Branxholm, ( blank ) Trumble of Bedroule, John Cranstoun of that ilk, James Hoppryngill of Tynnes, Wm. Turnble of Mynto

    Henry VIII, March 1530, 16-29, 01 March 1530-31 March 1530

    and Walter Scot, of Stirkshaws, for themselves and kin, on the other. All discords to be forgiven. Walter Scot, of Branxholm, "shall gang or cause gang, at the will of the party, to the four head pilgrimages in Scotland," and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    we cannot find room, of a dinner given by the tenantry of the Duke of Buccleuch to his Grace at Branxholm, on Thursday last. T'he Duke is a good landlord, and we have no doubt that a great deal of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the September Stakes, and, although she looked certain to win outright, her trainer agreed to divide with Sir Robert Jardine's Branxholm, who in the third round had two spins with Maunsell before being able to gain the judge's award The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aniariu agot Olr. Cross's Carrari Mfr. Iloriby's llaruspex agst Air. Alexander's Alec Spot Milr. I'llkington's Poet:ster ngst Sir b. Jardine's Branxholm M)r. luckle's linted Street agst Mr, itussol's Reaper Mr. I lornby's Hliugerrford agit Sir'T. Blrocklsbank's Baden Badea Mr. A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Brydon's Mining Engineer bent hir. Charlton us Home ,Mr' Scott'asEden Banger beat Mr. Richardson's Cyrus IL Sir R. Jardine's Branxholm bent Mr. Rayne us Geordie Torrance Sir. Robertson's Red Jacket beat Mr. Iiven's Pifeshire Bob ra Mr. Fisher's Beseie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on asking him the cause of it, he stasted that when on duty that morning, on the road near to Branxholm, he wEs attacked by an owl. Somewhat doubting, I pushed a the inqusiry, and learned that this same owl Subscribers-only content

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