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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The later middle ages Scottish and French Wars

    In the year 1299– 1300 alone, money was sent from York to Lochmaben ( Dumfries .), Berwick , Carlisle , Caerlaverock ( Dumfries .), and Roxburgh ; commissioners were sent out from York to levy troops in the western counties;

    Townships Ulverston

    Hudleston acquired an estate in Ulverston in 1314 ; Final Conc . ii, 17. He was at the siege of Caerlaverock in 1300 ; Nicolas, Roll of Arms , 8. His arms occur also in a roll of the time

    Index A - K

    makers , see carpenters. Cabrey , Thos., 269, 480. Cadwallon , King of Britons, 4. Caeresius , a legionary, 329. Caerlaverock ( Dumfries .), 54. Caerleon (Monmouth.), 322, 324-5. Calais (Pas de Calais ), 102-4, 125. Calder , Riv., 224.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Further additions and corrections to the Preface, Pages i - c

    regalities of the abbeys of Dundrennan, Tungland, Sweetheart, Holywood, the provostry of Lincluden, and the preceptory of Trailtrow [Book of Caerlaverock, by Sir William Fraser, I., p. 175 ] . Page lxv., add to footnote 1 after "Hammermen": In the

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 September 1680-31 December 1681

    to Justel , Henry, letter to K Kailyea , parochin of Kaitloch , Dumfriesshire, the house of Karlaverock . See Caerlaverock. Kearney (Kerney), Donogh, of Gray's Inn letter from Keate , Robert, deceased, steward of Magdalen, Oxford Keating , Lord Subscribers-only content

    Historical preface, 1638-40

    castle of Dumbarton on 29th August, 122 of the castle of Edinburgh on 15th September, and of the castle of Caerlaverock a few days later; 123 and on 22nd September, when he learnt that the castle of Edinburgh had fallen,

    Charles I - volume 427, August 1-31, 1639, 01 August 1639-31 August 1639

    concerning their acceptance of the King's answer. See p . 360, No . 113. [2 pp . ] Aug. 29. Caerlaverock. 100. Robert, Earl of Nithsdale, to Sec. Windebank. Ever till now I was in some hope this giving of Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 461, July 24-31, 1640, 24 July 1640-31 July 1640

    yet. They mind to starve Reven [ Ruthren ] out of Edinburgh Castle; all the soldiers besieging Carter Rock [ Caerlaverock ] are like to starve. Truly there are some in Northumberland whose names I will not contain in letters Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had carried him off from a lovely Russian Countess, younger sister of the very Gouglokoff who had married old Lord Caerlaverock, Milly had treated Montagu with very careless coquetry up to the timae that this bewitching foreigner arrived in England; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5 Gallinule . .' 712 j 3inthorpe - - 6 5 LBelle Uahorne .. ..79 Amphion - . 6 5 Caerlaverock . .7 7St. Helen . 6 4 Toscana , .. 7 7Pioneer ,. .6 4 Johnny Morgan .. . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lb age et lb King Monmouth .a8 812 TrueeBlue IL.. ,6 7 3 Thunderstorm ..6 10 Astrologer .. -.47 1 Caerlaverock - 4851 Amphion .. .36513 Toscauo 4 SISt,.Helen - .5 612 Jshnny Morgan 4 713 Irgunder .. . 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ... 1 .. Love inIdleness-taken and offered. 2 HORSES STRUCK OUT OF THEIR ENGAGEMEN7S. 3 April 11, at 2.25 p.m., Caerlaverock, out of Derby Spring engagements. After 5 p.m., yearling colt by. r Retreat-Cornichon (dead), out of all engagements. April Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9 sin., Brink, out of Earl of Chisters: Welter Handicap and Richmond Mid-weight Handicap., iK~m Se ton Park: Panzerschiff and Caerlaverock, out of K emnton Park ; Rosine, outof all engage- , ments in Mr. Yoiingetrs name; Arrandale. out of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Antiquities of Scotland; Caerlaveroc, 1831

    The Antiquities of Scotland; Caerlaveroc View of an overgrown battlemented castle with few narrow windows and an arched doorway approached across a wooden footbridge over a moat, which swings into the left foreground, where a couple with a dog

    The Antiquities of Scotland; Caerlaveroc, 1831

    The Antiquities of Scotland; Caerlaveroc View of an overgrown battlemented castle with few narrow windows and an arched doorway approached across a wooden footbridge over a moat, which swings into the left foreground, where a couple with a dog

    Caerlaverock Castle, looking towards Solway Frith, 1848

    Caerlaverock Castle, looking towards Solway Frith Landscape with a large house on the banks of a fast-flowing river, trees at left, the building partly in shadow; after William James Blacklock, cutting from the London Art Union Prize Annual. 1848Mixed

    Scotland Delineated; Caerlaverock Castle, 1852

    Scotland Delineated; Caerlaverock Castle [castle/fort] Landscape with castle in centre fn lake, figures on bridge to entrance at left, cattle grazing in foreground with herders beside. 1852Lithograph printed with beige tone block

    Carlaverock Castle, Dumfrieshire., 1816

    View of the ruins of Caerlaverock Castle, with a seated and a standing figure under a tree in front of arched gate at left; sheep lying on grassy hillside in foreground; sea and hills in background; within a rectangular border;

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