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    Acts and Proceedings, 1587, June

    Mr Andro Melvill was ordainit to pen a favourable wryting, [in name of the Assemblie ] to the Ministrie in Danskine, congratulating thair embracing of the trueth in the matter of the Sacrament. [Mr Robert Bruce being present and desired British History Online

    Cecil Papers, May 1607, 1-15, 01 May 1607-15 May 1607

    or Muscovy, but rather against Muscovy. Duke Charles of Sweden is crowned king, and has written to the town of Danskine [ sic ] and to the nobility of Pole-land, that they declare whether they will maintain peace and accord British History Online

    Cecil Papers, July 1607, 16-30, 16 July 1607-31 July 1607

    his Majesty's ordinary liberality. In time of peace I have spent thrice as much as his Majesty bestows on me. Danskine, 22 July, 1607. PS. Lately Lord Herbert is taken, betrayed by his own soldiers for lack of money, and British History Online

    Index, D

    383, 510. Danes , 184. Da nish law , 517. Danielewicz , Nicholas, Polish Ambassador to the Sultan, 212, 387. Danskine. See Danzig. Danvers (Davers), Lord Henry, (1573 1644), appointed President of Munster in 1607, letter from, 176, 179, 190, British History Online

    Index, A-K

    , Ninian, 429, 431, 432, 435. Dangers of kirk or state , remedies and answers, 829 33, 857, 1006 8. Danskine , (Dantzic,) minister in, 699. Darnley , Henry, Lord, v . Henry. Darnock , Locky, kirk of, Logie Durno British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Ihe Berkeley Hunt. HUNTING. COURSING. Glasgow, March 30.- The Spring Meeting of ihe IJanskme Coursing Club took place at Danskine on the _sth instant. An open Sweepstakes was run for, which afforded little sport, except the deciding course, in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE. " A SCANDALOUS LIBEL. " j Sir, - In your last issue you state that the Noncon- formists of Coedpoeth had held meetings " to coun- teract) the baneful effect of the Wrexham races," aud th*t- other Nonconformist Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and 20th Vict., c. 34. The Scotsman reports that wheat reared by the Marquis of Tweedale on a farm at Danskine, ?<W feet above the level of the sea, has brought in the Haddington market, 2s. a quarter more than Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is going up to Vienna. The Scotsman reports that wheat reared by the Marquis ot Tweeddale on a farm at Danskine, 150 feet above the level ot the sea, has brought, in the Haddington market, 2.. a quarter more than Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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