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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, B

    (6), 907 (1), 936, 952 (3), 954 (8), 971 (3), 990, 1073 (2), 1076 (6), 1093 (2). Brossemont , see Broxmouth. Broughty Castle (Angus) , 9 (3), 20 (7). Brown , , 1073 (1). -, Valentine, letters from, 787, 1064.

    Cecil Papers, March 1600, 16-31, 16 March 1600-31 March 1600

    p. ( 180. 49.) George Nicolson to Sir Robert Cecil. 1600, March 27. This young gentleman, the young laird of Broxmouth, being to go into France to see the fashions of the country, has desired me to be means for

    Index, B, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    Roger: 317; 318. Rowland: 318. Thomas: 319. Browne , William: 317; 318. Brownes , the: 672. Browning , : 650. Broxmouth : 580. Bruce , Captain: to go to England, 43; sent to Elizabeth, 47; 67; bearer of letter from Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 January 1600-31 December 1600

    214. W., sheriff of Northamptonshire, letter from, 85. Sir William, letters from, 149, 391. Broxborne , letter dated at, 270. Broxmouth , the laird of. See Hume, Sir George. Bruce (Bruse), Dr., 177(2) . Brucqman (Brockman), Borchart, letter from, 314.

    Acts and Proceedings, 1608, July

    Saltoun, Lovat, Torphichen, Lowdoun, Scone, Balcleugh, Blantyre, Halierudehous, the Constable of Dundie, the Lairds of Kynnaird, Balvaird, Carnell, Houstoun, Admistoune, Broxmouth, Polwart, Sir John Hoome of Northberwick, The Commissioners of Edinburgh, Perth, Sanct Androes, Glasgow, with the brethren after following,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the opening day at Kelso, my relections muat be :-Trlat Stalheasverss,: Berry Moss Sitakes, SIsFANCIvUL; Roshurghe Handicap, AGILrTY or OAXsr,; Broxmouth Nvraery, Fany QueeN or AnoeDusnmss coLT. WALSALL RACES. YE1 iTDAY. Although the early paut of toe morning was somewhat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    approbation. Princess Beatrice has never yet been allowed to visit at any house, except when she accompanied the Queen to Broxmouth or t) Dunkeld. Prince Henry kills time by shooting every day for seve- nl hours. He will be at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    along with their maid, wvent in to bathe, in front of their house, situated on the shore between Dunbar and Broxmouth. Both young ladies were swim- ners, and went out to deep water; but the sea at the time was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    interesting communication on the same sub- ject, which MUr. Craig has just received from his Grace the Duke af Roxburghe- "Broxmouth, 27th August, 1867. "My Dear Sir,-The Queen's Visit to Kelso and the Borders being now concluded, it becomes my Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FFisEMRmAx.-Aclong thue many boats which entered the harbour yesterday morning, there was one, the William, belonging to the Vault, near Broxmouth, which attracted no inconsiderable share of attention from the airge concourse of spectators who had as usual assembled on Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 April 1806, 14 April 1806

    the laft Duke and Earl of Rox- " burghe, Marquis of Beaumont and Cefsford, Earl of " Kelfo, Vifcouiit of Broxmouth, and Lord Ker of Cefs*. tc ford and Caverton, having deceafed upon the 22d Day " of Oclober laft, Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1806, 21 April 1806

    Roxburghe, Marquis of Beaumont and Cefsford, " Earl of Kelfo, Vifcount Broxmouth, and Lord Ker of Cefsford and Caverton,on the 22d Day of Oftober.hR, (meaning, as the Petitioner fuppofes, William Bellen¬ den Lord Bellenden, who, upon the Death of her Subscribers-only content

    30 June 1806, 30 June 1806

    in the of William Ker, the laft Duke and Earl of Roxburghe, Court of Exchequer in Ireland, fhall be deemed good Marquis of Beaumont and Cefsford, Earl of Kelfo, Service. Vifcount Broxmouth, and Lord Ker of Cefsford and 4 the Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1808, 7 March 1808

    " Dignities of Duke and Earl of Roxburghe, Marquis of ** Beaumont and Cefsfurd, Earl of Kelfi, Vifcount of " Broxmouth, and Lord Ker of Cefsfurd and Cavertoun, « was referred to the Lords Committees for Privileges " for the Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1809, 21 March 1809

    Titles, Honours, and Dignities of Duke and Earl of Roxburghe, Marquis of Beaumont and Cefsfurd, Earl of Kelfo, Vifcount of Broxmouth, Lord Roxburgh, and Lord Ker of Cefsfurd and Caverton, together with His Majefty's Reference thereof to this Houfe j Subscribers-only content

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