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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, B, 01 January 1647-31 December 1652

    Pe aranda, Pignoranda, Spanish plenipotentiary at Munster, return may upset peace overtures, 129-30. Brach . See Blake. Bradich . See Brodick. Bradshaw Bradsaw, Richard, English resident at Hamburg, leaves for Hamburg, 222 mission to Denmark, 307, 311. Braganza , duke

    Index of Persons and Places, B, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    William, annuity for, 238 9. Brocking . See Booking. Broderick . See Brodrick. Brodhurst . See Broadhurst. Brodick . See Brodrick. Brodrick (Broderick, Brodick), Sir All an, Attorney General of Ireland, opinion by, 460. -, Thomas, Comptroller of the Salt

    General Index, B, 01 November 1655-30 June 1656

    , co. Devon Broadstairs , Kent, fishermen of, petition of Broadway , co. Worcester Brockborrow Park Brockhurst , Cornet John Brodick , Col. Brodie , Scotland Brodie , Alex. (of Brodie) Broghill , Lord, see Boyle. Brokett , John Brome Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Books, October 1707, 16-31, 16 October 1707-31 October 1707

    remain long in this kingdom [of Ireland ] . (b) Statements of opinion as above by Queen's Counsel, Sir Allan Brodick (26 September 1707) and Sir Ri. Lovinge [Richard Levinge ] (22 September 1707) respectively Attorney and Solicitor General of

    Index of persons and Places, B

    431. Brock , Rowland, Queen Mary's charity to, 404. Brockhuisen , John, a page of Honour to Queen Mary, 401. Brodick (Broderick), Alan (Allan), Solicitor General of Ireland, 88, 310, 318. Brokenborough , Samuell, principal cashier under cashier of Excise,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    watering-places. Land at Lamlash, and stroll (or stumble, if you have not your highland legs on) over the hills to Brodick Bay. Youl will cross many bubbling burns, look down through net- works of entangled leaves into many a cool Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    head of tilonrosa and Glen- sannox by wo of the gamekeepers in the employ of the Duke of H~amilton at Brodick. The Independent Methodist Conference meeting at Stretford onl T~uesday passed resoluitions iin favour of ,Sunday closing, against coercion, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    returned to Brodick, and made off from the lodgings which the two had taken for a week, carrying with him Rose's property. No trace of this man has since been found. A telegram was received at Ardrossan from Brodick last Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    agreed to "chum," as the phrase goes, and do their touring in the island together. They took lodgings together at Brodick, and spent the following day, the 14th July, in roaming about together. On the 15th they ascended together the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arran, and the two men agreed to "chum" and do their touring in the island -together. They took lodgings at Brodick, adspent the following day, the 14th July,I in roaming about together. On the 15th they ascended the Goatfell, and Subscribers-only content

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