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  • * British History Online * *

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    Declared Accounts, Army

    13,774 8 4 Col. Thomas Langston's ditto 6,492 7 0 First Regiment of Foot Guards (Visct. Sidney) 32,237 12 8 Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards (Col. Thomas Talmach) 13,629 1 10 Regiment of Scots Guards (Lieut. Gen. James Douglas) 9,936

    Addenda, Mary - Volume 7, October 1556, 01 October 1556-31 October 1556

    appear before them to be allowed assurance. warden meetings, to be held at Ridingburn, 5 Nov., for those marches; Caldford Coldstream, 30 Oct., for the East Marches; Heppeth Gate, 12 Nov., for the Middle Marches; and Dumfries and Carlisle for Subscribers-only content

    Minute Book, April 1705, 01 April 1705-30 April 1705

    to the royal warrant of March 20 last 840 ditto for 140 men to recruit the several Companies of the Coldstream Regiment to the same numbers, at the same rate and by the same warrant 420 ditto for 190 men

    Minute Book, May 1708, 01 May 1708-31 May 1708

    Regiment of Guards in Holland 6791 5 0 for 33 days' subsistence to June 24 next for the First & Coldstream Regiments of Guards & Sir Thomas Prendergrass's Regiment 4030 6 3 for 61 days' clearings to the said Regiments

    Addenda, Mary - Volume 7, December 1553, 01 December 1553-31 December 1553

    his heirs, being used without prejudice to the castle of Norham." 10. "Alexander Hume, as farmer to the Prioress of Coldstream, shall enjoy the fishing of Tynemouth Haigh; the Lord of Twisell to have a ring net on the south Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yn yetod y sanedd-dymor diweddaf, pasiwyd 238 o fesuran Heal, a saith o rai preifat. Rhoddodd gwraig i Iafurwr yn Coldstream, yr wythuos ddiweddaf, enedigaeth i efeilliaid y pedwer. ydd tro. Digwyddodd ffrwydrad echrydus mewn melin bylor yn Guildford yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyd ner yr oodd y tenant bisoncrol wedi ei ail omod yn ei iferm. Nos Lun, ymadawodd deg cwmni oar Coldstream Guards o amryw fanan- o Loegr am yr Iwerddon. .Cludid hwy mown dan dren, 16 o gerbydru ymbob an, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd hono ye bar llawn o dyddor.eb. Yr anscan penaf oedd cael golwg ar y gwersyll newydd y mae y Coldstream a'r Scots Guards wedi sefydkt Yno. Mae y gwersyll yn en rhagorol ymbob ystyr, er lies iechyd y milwyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a sibrydir mai i Ismailia, ac y bydd i'r Highlav-ders wynebu 1linellan Arabi. Ymdeithiodd y Grenadiers, y Scots Guards, s'r Coldstream Guards, o Ramieh drwy y dref, heddyw'r boren, i'r porthladd. Y Mae yr Arabiaid yn methu gwybod paham y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a chawsum yr hyfrydwolh a glywe yt1 Yi " bands" canlynol - -y Roya¶1 Horse g red y Blue, y Coldstream Guards, ar Scots Guards. d, Cafodd y cerddor ieuanc Mr. A. W. Hinton yr , anrhydedd a fod ar Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAMPBELL, William (c.1710-87).

    Caroline 1727-37; cornet, R. Horse Gds. 1731; equerry to Duke of Cumberland 1737-?44; lt. and capt. Coldstream Gds. 1741; res. 1744. Biography Campbell was returned on the recommendation of his first cousin, John, Duke of Argyll, whom he followed into

    TOLLEMACHE, Hon. Thomas (c.1650-94), of Leicester Fields, Westminster

    Jan. 1689 1690 Chippenham 22 Jan. 1692 12 June 1694 Ofifces Held Capt. Coldstream Gds. Jan.–Feb. 1678, May 1679–82; lt.-col. of ft. regt. of Ld. Alington (William†) Feb. 1678–Apr. 1679, R. Fusiliers 1685–by May 1686; col. 5 Ft. (in Holland)

    WHARTON, Hon. Henry (1657-89).

    Westmorland 28 Oct. 1689 Ofifces Held Ensign, Coldstream Gds. 1674, lt. 1678-87; capt. Duke of Norfolk’s Regt. (later 12 Ft.) 1685-?87, col. Dec. 1688-d. Biography Wharton was closest to his brother Thomas, and together they ‘indulged themselves in all the

    DILLINGTON, Sir Tristram, 5th Bt. (c.1677-1721), of Knighton, I.o.W.

    Ensign 1 Ft. Gds. 1701; cornet 1 Drag. Gds. 1703, brevet capt. 1707, lt.-col. 17 Ft. 1708; capt. and lt.-col. Coldstream Gds. 1709, 2nd maj. 1717; gov. Hurst castle 1716-d. Biography In 1706 Dillington inherited the manor of Knighton, which

    GUMLEY, Samuel (c.1698-1763), of St. James's, Westminster.

    1746 13 Feb 1747 Ofifces Held Lt. 1718; capt. 1720; lt. and capt. Coldstream Gds. 1721; capt. 10 Drags. 1723; capt. 1 Drags. 1724, maj. 1741; capt. and lt.-col. 1 Ft. Gds. 1742, 1st maj. 1749-53; col. army 1749. Biography

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Vale of Health

    painted his portrait of Lytton Strachey there in 1912 , Stanley Spencer from 1914 to 1927 , and Sir William Coldstream in the 1930s . 21 The Vale of Health studios closed in 1939 . 22 Inhabitants since the Second

    Social history Education: introduction Petyt School, Church Street , built in 1708 next to the parish church

    in Chelsea detached, besides three non-parochial military schools (those of the Royal Military Asylum and, at Chelsea barracks, for the Coldstream and Scots Fusilier Guards). 17 A further 13 schools ranked as private, including industrial and ragged schools offering a

    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton : introduction

    father of Colonel Wheatley , late Bailiff of the Royal Parks (? Faraday House). Colonel Braddyll, probably the Colonel Braddyll, Coldstream Guards, who had rooms in the palace ( vide Law, op. cit. iii, 457), and others are among the

    Townships Astley

    in 1893 , when he was succeeded by his brother Henry Augustus Wetherall , formerly of the 20th Hussars and Coldstream Guards, th e present lord of the manor, who has recently sold the estate of Dam House (now called

    Parishes Rotherhithe

    Commander-in-Chief in Mauritius , and from 1850 to 1855 he was Commander-in-Chief in India . He became colonel of the Coldstream Guards in 1863 and received in 1868 a field marshal's baton. He was made Constable of the Tower of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 February 1824, 24 February 1824

    the Petitioner's late Father Lowther Lord Muncaster, " therein described Lieutenant Colonel Lowther Pen- " nington, Captain in His Majesty's Coldstream Regiment " of Foot Guards, and the Heirs Male of his Body law- " fully begotten and to be Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1825, 18 March 1825

    " Orange Lane to Swinton Mill, and from Coldstream to " Mount Pleasant, all in the County of Berwick ; and for " maintaining the Bridge over the River Tweed at •' Coldstream ;" to which they desire the Concurrence Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1825, 21 March 1825

    of " Durham; with Branches from Carfrae Mill through " Lauder, from Orange Lane to Swinton Mill, and from " Coldstream to Mount Pleasant, all in the County of " Berwick; and for maintaining the Bridge over the " River Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1825, 13 April 1825

    County of Durham; with " Branches from Carfrae Mill through Lauder, from " Orange Lane to Swinton Mill, and from Coldstream to " Mount Pleasant, all in the County of Berwick; and for " maintaining the Bridge over the River Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1825, 13 April 1825

    County of Durham; with " Branches from Carfrae Mill through Lauder, from " Orange Lane to Swinton Mill, and from Coldstream to " Mount Pleasant, all in the County of Berwick; and for " maintaining the Bridge over the River Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Unprecedented attractions!!! Boots & shoes for the million

    has als*? brought us this good,— an IMMENSE REDUCTION in the PRICE OF LEATHER. n ARRET FLACE, OUNSE; HIGH STREET, COLDSTREAM; ^ HICH STREET HAWICK; Taking advantage of the present low state of the Markets, have purchased enormously, which enables Subscribers-only content

 

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