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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 20 August 1644, 20 August 1644-20 August 1644

    Argile , and John Lord Balmerinoth , for the Nobility; Sir Archibald Johnston of Waryston , Sir Charles Erskine of Cambuskenneth , and Mr. George Dundas of Maner , for the Barons; Sir John Smith of Grottell Provo st of

    Elizabeth, April 1578, 01 April 1578-30 April 1578

    567. About 6 o'clock on Saturday morning last 1 the Earl of Mar accompanied by the abbots of Dryburgh and Cambuskenneth and their servants, ordinarily lodged in Stirling Castle, went to the Castle gate with pretence to go a hunting, Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, March 1580, 01 March 1580-31 March 1580

    others the friendis and alyes of therll Morton.'' The Earls of Rothes, Angus, Cassillis, and Buchan. The Abbots of Dunfermline, Cambuskenneth, "Kirkarte," and Dryburgh. Lords Ruthven and Boyd, The Lairds of Lochleven, Tullibardine, and Whittinghame; and Archibald Douglas. [ The Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, May 1578, 01 May 1578-31 May 1578

    In Scotland. [May. ] "The biencontentes at this presente in Scotlande." The Earl of Morton, Lord Ruthven, the Abbots of Cambuskenneth and Dunfermline, the Earls of Angus, Mar, Rothes, Glenclairn, Bothwell, Eglinton, Lords Boyd, Elphinstone, Sinclair, and Tullibardine, and the Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, July 1578, 01 July 1578-31 July 1578

    by Acte of Parlament." Earls of Morton, Argyll, Lennox, Rothes, Eglinton, Glencairn, Buchan. Lords Ruthven, Cathcart, Ochiltree. Abbots. Dryburgh and Cambuskenneth. Officers of the ordinary Council, when they be present. Atholl, Lord Chancellor; Ruthven, Lord Treasurer; Tullibardine, Comptroller; Dunfermline, Secretary; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "the Transactions" of the academy contain many valuable papers. The remains of James III. and his Queen, recently discovered at Cambuskenneth, have been deposited ina a handsome tomb by order of her Majesty. The tomb, which is of freestone, is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    command of the Queen, an elegant tomb or d monumental structure has been erected on the spot of ground at Cambuskenneth, near Stirling, where 'were found some human remains, supposed to be those'of King James III. and his Queen, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the fatal bridge. Lies like a lion with a bristling m____% Oouchant upon the plain - And Airthrey's park, and Cambuskenneth . towers (Bacred to calmer hours), AH, with a thoughtful gaze the eye shall scan, For sake of that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    put up. Ec interment at Cambuskenneth op the 1 Remains of King James 111. and his Qveen.- lt will be recollected that last year, whilst extensive excavations | were being made on the grounds at Cambuskenneth Abbey, : near Stirling, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10, « -V, -'< »■ Lyuuhurst (four-masted barque), Liverpool to Ca-cutta, ju well, April 23, 4 N., 25 W. „ Cambuskenneth (ship), steering S., all well, Apnl --J, *** Opawa, Cardiff for Falkland Islands, all well, April l.* o ** Subscribers-only content

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