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  • * British History Online * *

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    CIX, Charter of Charles I confirming nos. CVII and CVIII

    consiliariis Jacobo Marchione de Hammiltoun, comite Arranie et Cantabrigie, domino Aven et Innerdaill; Thoma comite de Hadingtoun, domino Bynning et Byres, nostri secreti sigilli custode; Willelmo comite de Stirling, vicecomite de Cannada, domino Alexander de Tullibodie, nostro secretario; dilectis nostris

    Acts and Proceedings, 1601, March

    his oath of fidelitie in the said office. Anent the processe of appellatioun persewit be James Lord Lindsay of the Byres, and remanent gentlemen and parochiners of the paroch kirk of Seiris, agains the Presbyteries of Couper and Sanet Androes,

    Index, B

    Burghley , 1846. -, Lord, see Cecil. Burgos , Jacob, 385. -, 1390. Burgundian spy sent into Ireland , 803. Burgundy , 1198, 2229. Burton , Mr., 559. Bussy , 1108. Bylena , Marquis of, 352. Byres , 1970, 1984.

    East Barnet

    Charles Visc t of Binning and L d of Byres (eldest son of the R t Hon. the Earl of Haddington) and of Rachael his wife, the Lady Binning and Byres, was born Oct. 8, and baptized Oct. 23, 1724;"

    Index, L, 01 January 1584-30 June 1585

    96; brought to Court (23rd May), 148; still detained (27th), 156; committed (28th), 163; imprisoned (10th June), 184; 539. of Byres (Patrick), Lord: to enter into ward (13th Feb. 1583 4), 26; of the same mind as Angus, 38; warded Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :. Did he 'tell you he vfould settle it Heo'said lie' would see about that, and in half an hour Byres and Oram' came down. ' Oram' knocked at 'the door, I opened it; I had not sat down, aiid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. The Life of Sir David Wilkie; with/ his Journals, Tours, and Critical Remarks on Works of Art; and a Selection from his Correspondence. By Allan Cunningham. Three vols. Murray. WILKIE is an imperishable name in British Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Weedon, Northamptonshire, out of bosiness. H. T. Archer, John street, Adelphi, attorney. J. Barnett, Twerton, Somersetshire, retailer of beer. J. Byres, Great Alie street, Whitechapel, smith. T. Bethell, Great Charlotte street, Blackfriars road, tailor. E. Stallard, Buriton, Hampshire, fellmonger. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Machray, Esq. Mail Coach John Blalkie, Esq. of Craigie- Contractor, Aberdeen. buckler. John Morrice, Esq. of Tullos, Mer- Major Geceral Byres, of Tonley. chant in London. NewelBornest,REsq Aberdeen. David Balfour Ogilvy, Rag. of Patrick Chalmers, REq. of Auldbar. Tannadice. Lewvis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Dunrod they dwell; Bat the greatest loon amang them a' Is auld Dunrod himsel'." THE LAST LINDSAY OF THE BYRES. Lady Mary survived her brother for a quarter of a century. No one has a right to speak of Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Queen's College THE QUEEN'S COLLEGE

    Henry Whitfield 1377 Thomas de Carlisle ( William Frank elected in opposition) 1404 Roger Whelpdale 1420 Walter Bell 1426 Roland Byres 1432 Thomas Eglesfield 1440 William Spenser 1460 John Pereson 1482-3 Henry Bost 1487 Thomas Langton 1496 Christopher Bainbridge 1508

 

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