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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, May 1579, 01 May 1579-31 May 1579

    avez mand du tumulte de Paris. 1 p. 735. Advertisements from Edinburgh. 1579, May 24. The castles of Hamilton and Draffin, seeing the ordnance to approach on the 15th of May, offered composition and to render upon these conditions :

    Elizabeth, June 1579, 01 June 1579-30 June 1579

    was an Act of Privy Council made that the two houses of Draffin and Hamilton should be demolished, but Morton has stayed the same. The Countess of Argyll is suiting the Earl of Atholl in marriage to her daughter. "What Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, August 1575, 01 August 1575-31 August 1575

    Regent will in the end yield to this. (8) The Earl of Arran is a prisoner in the castle of Draffin, whence he cannot come nor any repair to him but such as my Lord of Arbroath and Lord Claud Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, May 1570, 16-31, 16 May 1570-29 May 1570

    set forth out of Edinburgh. Every man has gone to his own dwelling. They have gathered a few shot into Draffin, a st rong house of the Duke's, but situate in a hole so that it is commanded on every

    Index, D, 01 November 1569-30 September 1571

    to his palace of (13th Sept. 1571), 540; same and the Bishop of Ross (27th), 541. Dowthwell , one: 49. Draffin : a few "shott" to go to, a strong house of the Duke's (18th May 1570), 182; (Drofen) Sempill Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stafford ... .17 Quartermaster-eergeantDoughWy, 2nd Norfolk 17 Lieutenant Mayman 29th Norolk ... 17 Sergeant Chixera, 5ta Wilts ... 17 Corporal Draffin, lst West York .. 17 Captain Thwaites, 3rd West York. ... 17 Corporal Chapman, 12bh North York ... 17 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the cutter with ten policemen reached the shore the beach was crowded wvth natives, who appekred so unfriendly that Sub-lieutenant Draffin, who ha 'landed 'with the police- man, to proceed to the fort, wisely kept the Fantee police- men in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sen., residing at Hamilton Street, Stretford, and WILLITAM DsAyceN, Jun., residing at Flles- mere Street, - Hulme, trading as W. Draffin iaid Sons, Charles Street, all Manchester, joiners and packing-case mnakers. WVILLIAM SUAtmmRS, Allendale Town, Northumberland, veterinary surgeon. WILLLWI JACKSON, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    open to members of No. 1 Company,' five rounds at each of 200 and 300 yards, was won by Private Draffin g23 marks) first; Private F. Bachner (19) second; Private btansfield (16) third; and Private R. H:. :Boflass (16)j 'fIourth. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cup; Sergt. Bradbhry, Stockport, 3', ei £1 ; Corporal Cooper, Rotherham, 3D, £3; Corporal Bell, w WVakefield, 39, £2; Private Draffin, York, 31, £2; Private b Dawson, Halifax, 38, £2; Capt. Farrar, Bradford, 35, £2- 1.ieut. Thwaites, Bradford, 35, £1 Subscribers-only content

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