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  • * British History Online * *

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    Edward VI, April 1547, 01 April 1547-30 April 1547

    men had the realm in gyding. Hayst me answer with diligence." Cardonald. Signed: "Your lordshipis wyt his servis and gud frend to ye Master Bessop," James Stewart of Cardonald. 2 pp. Holograph; also address. Closely written in a cramped hand Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the records, 1581

    ] 3 June 1581. Town mills . Thee bailleis and counsale being convenit in thee counsallhous, comperit James Stuard of Cardonald and Gabriell Corbeit of Hardgray and presentit to thee saidis bailleis and counsale ane lettere direct to thame fra

    Henry VIII, January 1547, 11-20, 01 January 1547-31 January 1547

    unto the King ' s Majesty." Pp . 2. Add . Endd . 11 Jan. 695 . James Stewart of Cardonald to Thomas Bishop. R. O. On the 11th inst. received his dated at Carlisle on the 2nd. The men

    Index, W, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    a murderer, 514. Weston , Richard: Wynter's servant, 315. Wharton , Thomas, Lord: a spy to (31st March 1547), 3; Cardonald to (2nd April), 4 5; Glencairn to (11th), 5; a spy to, from Cowthally (13th), 6; same to, from Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, May 1568, 01 May 1568-31 May 1568

    Congiltoun of that Ilk; Pook; 4 Ladyland; Lard Smetoun; Prestoun knycht; Caldwell knycht; "M r of Kneland; James Stewart of Cardonald; Lard of Kneland; Lard of Camnethen; Lard of Lachop; Barclanochan; Gawstoun; Romanes; Cranstoun knycht; Newtoun of that Ilk; Lard Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e~Theckla (41b)954 F by Knight of the Gain- Bradllaugh (41b) . 513 tar-Blair Brase .8 5 Helad . .. -511 Cardonald. .El .S5 Danisead . 510 Sycophant (lls) . 8 Procrin . S9Biauhery Bun . S 5 Long Liraizlo . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8 9 'Paris Blue , 812 Soncta . . . a 9 Friar Ben. . 8 812 Parea 8 9 'Cardonald , 8 12 La Czarinae 8 9 'Blythebourne . . 8 12 Silver Grid - 8 9 AsiN-Avxs.s.-Anklebiter, Attention, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BADISxTncrtt PLATE of 103 sos's, for two-yeaa-olds. T.Y.C.- Mlr, Labaudy's Aberdeen If., Est Sib ...... - C... LoatesI Mr. Beget's Cardonald, Sat l2lt .............-- - -.Colder2 Major Stapylton's Sonata, Set S1b-.... .-.... .iarrsacen I Anldekiter (S. Chanadleyl. Cello (Allsopta). Corrientes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Branksome at Nottingihamn on Friday last, made atonement for that' disappointmnent by easily swecaring the Badminton Plate, for whbich Cardonald ias a very strong-ly- fancild candidate. The Lbor St. Loger was secured in easy fashion by Contract ; but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    easiy stoned for the manay disappoinemienCs she has occasioned bar owner. Only four ran for the anagermsre C Stakes, and Cardonald, despite her defeat at York lass week, was C)r always faeunrite. The resullt proved that thutalent had summed ~ Subscribers-only content

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