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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr ymgeiswyr a safasant yr arholiadan am Ysgoloriaetbau. ac ex/biblitions i'r Coleg oedd 82. Ymddengys llythyraU yn y Soutlr lVales Dailly Ner a o berthynas i'r dymunoldeb o gyhoeddi llyfr yn cynwys ilanes Cymru, fel ag i wrthbrofi yr ystreuon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I hnite geml s S' may be gleinecl. sni his nmuse will not AppeI in vain to sarrest minuldA.-SoutA Ilres Dailly NRs. Oddiwr tis yr awdwr trvy Y p est am 3s c. R 7! I - 2 Caneuon Cysegredig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. Gaxr.-Tliis accomplisied poet is buried in ile clhurCh i of Sti'o Poeis, in Buckinghainshire, the scene oF his celebrated e 1liv inl a Colmiitry-elihuch-N'ard.' It adjoi s Stoke Park. The Ailirch is . aplaia rustic edifice, ofnoeie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    resigned. His place will be sup- plied by Dr Thomson, of Edinburgh. From all we can learn, Dr Hill, of Dailly, will get the Divinity Chair, by a decided majority.-Scotch Reformers' Gazette. MaR MLNEIR GIBSOW AND THE M1ANCWHESTER ANTI-CORN LAW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a bishop, and was the premier bishop of Ireland. He was upwards of eighty years of age. Dr Hill, of Dailly, has been elected to the Divinity Chair, Glasgow. Mr Rolls, the well-known timber-merehant of Pedlar's Acre, and a magistrate Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, D

    from, 1 Dacre , Francis, of Croglin, co. Cumberland, (calling himself Lord Dacre of Gilsland) petitions King for pardon, 294 Dailly (Deylye), Ayrshire, Scotland Viscount Fenton in possession of Crown wood at, 315 Dakeham. See Dacombe, John Dalahaie. See Delahyde,

    Index, E

    Erskine , Thomas, 1st Viscount Fenton letters to Earl of Salisbury, 88, 102 128 in possession of Crown wood of Dailly, 315 Erskine , John, Lord Erskine, son of John Erskine, 2nd or 7th Earl of Mar his pension, 305

    State Papers, 1655, December (3 of 7), 01 December 1655-31 December 1655

    h a m in Spain and was imployed to doe the same to protector tow years since or thereaboutes. One Dailly, an Irish friar, much trusted by the king of Portugall, was employed hither as an agent to the king

    Lists of Royal Commissioners, moderators and clerks

    William Muir, Edinburgh 1839, Dr Henry Duncan, Ruthwell 1840, Dr Angus Makellar, Pencaitland. (He was opposed by Dr Alexander Hill, Dailly, but elected by a majority of 197 to 147.) 1841, Dr Robert Gordon, Edinburgh 1842, Dr David Welsh, Professor


    goods, 144. Czar , of Muscovy. See Muscovy . D. D Acres , lord, leaves his lady in discontent, 190. Dailly , mr. an Irish frier, agent from the king of Portugal to the French king, 306. Offers the princess


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