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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    de, Marquis de Puyguilhem, Duc de Lauzun, James II's chief adviser, his politene ss to Lord Portland Causea . See Covesea. Cavanagh , Cavanear, Cavenagh, Anthony, in England without licence, commitment Francis, returned from France without licence Thomas, a suspect Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    for maintenance of, parliamentary supply for assizes, exemptions from baronies and burghs of barony in, erection of. See Balmakellie; Blackcastle; Covesea; Echt; Gordonstoun; Heron; Inchtithill; Kailyea; Keithfield; Lathalland; Lessendrum; Minnigaff. barracks in. See Barracks. bishops' rents, accounts of, grant of, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    Bedford, post warrant to Markets , prevention of clogging with Indian goods Markets and fairs , "mercates." See Ballmakelly; Carsphairn; Covesea; Cumnock, kirk of; Drumblet; Echt; Galston, kirk of; Gaywood; Greenwich; Heron; Northcott; Riccarton; Topsham. Markham , Sir George, M.P. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which the woman thought was good for curing the gout.* fasmes Marshall James Robertson, and William Robertson, three skippers in Covesea' a fisher-town of Sir Robert's, were appointed and kept in the stocks a whole night, without any just cause Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rocks called the Three Kings and the King's Sons, N.E. 4 E. distant 9 ills- from Halliman'- scares, lying off Covesea or .C se out, N.N.W. I W. distant 18 miles; from Cly W. by W. W. dis. tant 31 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rocks called the Three Kings and th,. Kings Sotls, N.E. 4 E. distant 9 miles; from Hallimati'. Srares, lying off Covesea or Cowsey Point, N.N.W. ditalot 18 miles; from Clythtness S.W: by W. W W. dis tant31 miles; ard.from Culloden Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sunken rocks called the Three Kirigsand the Kings Sons, N.E. 1 E. distant 9 miles; from, Hallimana Scares, lying off Covesea or Cowsey Point, N.N.W. 4 W distant 18 miles; from Clythness S.W. by W. I W. die. tant 31 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rocV caj the Three Kings and the King's Sons, N. E. 4 E sni|9 mileg from Hallimau's Scares, lying off Covesea or Cos Point, N.N.W. - W. distant 18 miles; from Clyhthness S W. by WV. i W. dis.. tant Subscribers-only content

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