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  • * British History Online * *

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    Letters from Mr Corker, 3 of 5

    to reconcile him to Mazarin up o n disadvantagious tearms. M. Turin ser ve s against you the re. Bysh. Drummore after a large discours with me of hi s zeale for the King 's se r vi ce and

    Acts, 1727

    Cockburn of Ormiston, Lord JusticeClerk, Mr James Erskine of Grange, Mr James Hamilton of Pencaitland, and Mr Hugh Dalrymple of Drummore, four of the Senators of the College of Justice, George Drummond, Esq., Lord Provost of Edinburgh, Mr Robert Dundas

    House of Lords Journal Volume 8, 26 June 1646, 26 June 1646-26 June 1646

    to keepe Correspondence with us on all Occasions. Haveing parted with our Commissioners, the 2d Night of our Marche neere Drummore ; the 4th in the Morning, I commaunded forth a Party of Horse, being 27 Comaunded Horsemen, led by

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 March 1673-31 October 1673

    of John, father of, formerly recommended for the chapter clerkship of Windsor Woodhead , lands and tennendrie of, lands of Drummore and barony of Stemston in the bailiary of Cunynghame, Ayrshire, and superiority of the lands of Coisby Mynock and Subscribers-only content

    The trial of Strafford, The second day

    Margetson , Dean of Christs Church; he was of Cambridge , and a Worthy man. Mr. Forward , Dean of Drummore , an Oxford man; who if he were known, would appear worthy of that Preferment Mr. Dean Cressy an

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the snowstorm onl Tuesday night the steamer Galgorm Castle went ashore on Balgounj rPoint, Luce Bay, four miles north of Drummore. Tne master4 and five men were drowned, two men being saved by the rocket apparatus. The QUEEN will hold Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    naile north of 'yliyenonth, and re- mains fast. The crew escaped in their own boats. .--S A Lloyd's telegram frorn Drummore yesterday states that the steamer Galgorn Castle, of Belfast, went ashore last 'e night on Balgown Point, Luce Bav, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T'H E S'OPRM. ,I. I n _ , i ", . ,- .1 -] ...... I _I. . .l - . . inr inLOSS OF A BRIG AND ALL' ON -BOAR D. .THE PROMPTX. Dd (F,;I~~nb our cor-rcspaosdtwe) LivErnroo, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the members of her crew. th The body, which was minus both legs, lies for identifica- w tion at the Drummore Police-station. On one of the ta fingers of the body there was a massive gold ring. It ! to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a blow from the sergeant's baton put an end to its existence. A WHITBY STEAMER LOST. A Lloyd's telegram from Drummore states that the steamer Oswald, of Whitby (supposed from names picked up on boards), is totally wrecked three miles Subscribers-only content

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