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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 5th October 1854

    a great difficulty. - In spite of the rain, we drove with Affie as far as the "Irons", walking the Corrie Bui, where Albert killed a fine stag at one shot. - After dinner, the people had their Ball, to

    Saturday 7th October 1854

    - We decided to walk another trail in the Corrie Bui, therefore went out for the whole day, with Vicky. Albert shot 2 roe, from the carriage. We walked up the Corrie Bui, where we remained waiting for Albert, but

    Monday 9th October 1854

    A very wet morning. - Accompanied Albert (who took Bertie) to the "Irons" & a little way up the Corrie Bui, then, returned. - Rode in the afternoon with Vicky, Affie, & Lizzie Desart, John Brown, the most attentive, &

    Wednesday 1st October 1851

    We went the lower & then the upper foot path, but nothing was to be seen. At last, in the Corrie Bhui, we saw some deer on the shoulder of Craig Daign , & Albert decided to go after them,

    Wednesday 11th October 1854

    with Vicky & Lizzie Desart. Drove to opposite the Danzig & we ladies mounted our ponies & rode up the Corrie Bui, being, as it were surrounded by roaring stags, like a den of wild beasts. It was quite wonderful

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4edd cyfisol, yn aghspel y br Methodiatiaid, Dinas Mawddwy, gau y Parch. David Wbliams, Mr., Richard Humphreys, tailor & rrdraper Corrie, a Miss JTane, Owsli,; Keznlyn Eoqusa,~ .d Trinity Road, Birmingham. - n JoxESf-JoiES. -Ar y 9 fed eyfisol, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei farwol- a Beth yn destyn edmygedd. Cymerwyd y gadair am 7 ax o'r gloah, gan y Parch. H. Williams, Corrie, achafwyd C gair i'r pwrpas ganddo yntau ar ddechrou y cyfarfod. BE -Ll-s-f-l. s GABRs, DOZBEM1MACN.-Dydd Iau a Gwener, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r ymgeiswyr:y Parcian v W.Davies, .lanegryn, S.Owen,N. Cynhafal Jones R. Parry, ac H. \V illiams, y Mri. R. Lloyd londs,, Corrie, Hugh Jones, Bank, W. Jones, (Ffestisfab,) a D. Owen, R. Griffith, J. Case Jones,- W.: Jones, r High-gate, R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ygbaid a amser. Enwyd nifer a bersonan fi .<yre didriedolwyr ar dir y fynwont sydd ye perthyn i g gapel Corrie. Hysbysodd y Parch. E. Jrones, Dyffryn, C si fad yeD ymadael o-r sir hen i gymeryd gefri eglwvs ys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    asr "Athrswiseth y Oyfriffid," On J I Parch. W. Williams, orris I goren, R; Rdwards, Pi2 LIanegryn; eail, Eiward Hurmphreys, Corrie. 4. 'r Oystadleuaeth adrodd anrhyw adnod o Hebreaid zi.-I Id goreu, Gwen Pugh, Ystradgwyn, a Dirid Bvand, id Bethania, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, J, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    Index J Jakes , the farrier: 626. James VI. : Bothwell refused to, by King of Denmark (30th Dec.), 399; ( t . 15 months) commission to Regent, & c., to York (18th Sept.), 508. James , Achilles: councillor, Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 2, December 1601, 01 December 1601-31 December 1601

    Davie Grame of the Milleis, and Fergus Wille for resetting Sandies Rynyon and his "bayrns," who burned Johnston's mill of Corrie, and were at the hership of Bengall: for his directions. He hears credibly that Sandies Rynyon, & c., were Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, August 1569, 01 August 1569-31 August 1569

    Elizabeth August 1569 1111. Wood to [Cecil. ] [Aug. 1. ] please to show your accustomed favour to my master and this his servitor. "I shew you how straynge this propositioun wald be found heir. Howbeitt it is dangerous Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 December 1637-31 August 1638

    her children Thomas Cornwallis , Sir Frederick, bond of Cororion , co. Carnarvon Correction , House of, and see Middlesex. Corrie or Cory , George, grant to Thomas, letter of Cosin , Dr. John letter of "Cotcher houses," Cotchett , Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    128, 138. Cornelius , John, 177, 202. Correspondent , foreign. See M. Renard. -, of delivery and score books, 225. Corrie , James, 518. Corryarrick mountain , 103. Coru a , 15. -, Consul at. See Parker, J. Cosby ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 July 1813, 12 July 1813

    L. Rede/dale» E. Rojfe. L. Ellenborough. L. Arden. L, Lauderdale. Upon reading the Petition of The Reverend Henry Moffat againft Corrie and Ifabella his Wife (late Ifabella Höflings, Sj*,^, Widow) Ifabella Moffat and Thomas Grierfon, Refpon- petition to dents in Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1813, 17 December 1813

    Cofts of the Day : That with refpecl to the Petition of the Refpondents in the Appeal of Moffat againft Corrie and others, praying that the faid Petition of Appeal may be difmiffed by their Lord¬ fhips, The Committee were Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1816, 14 June 1816

    in. After hearing Counfel fully in the Caufe wherein Moffat Alexander Moffat is Appellant, and The Reverend Henry aSainft Corric Corrie and Ifabella his Wife, late Ifabella Höflings Wi- et al# dow, and others, are Refpondents : It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1816, 18 June 1816

    to take Moffat againft into further Confideration the Caufe wherein Alexander Corrieet als Moffat is Appellant, and The Reverend Henay Corrie and Ifabella his Wife, late Ifabella Haßings Widow, and others, are Refpondents : And Confideration being had thereof accordingly Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1823, 4 June 1823

    748 4° Junii. ^.1823. and his In the Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort &quot; William, in Bengal, this Tenth Day of July in &quot; the Year of Our Lord Christ One thousand eight &quot; hundred and twenty-two. « Subscribers-only content


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