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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, January 1571, 01 January 1571-31 January 1571

    the article preceding.) Item: On Wednesday the 17th of January instant, the said Claude Hamilton, accompanied with John Hamilton of Drumry, son to the bishop of St. Andrews, Arthur Hamilton of Mirretoun, and others of that name, with a number Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, December 1570, 01 December 1570-31 December 1570

    of Robert Hamilton of Inschinachen to the horn in October last, the spoiling of the inhabitants of the lands of Drumry by Walter Quhittate and John Craufurd, accompanied with a band of men, the 3rd of December instant, the spoiling Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 November 1569-30 September 1571

    Dumbarton, ib .; powder, & c., sent by order of (8th July), 625; his son discontented (27th Sept.), 707; 708. Drumry : spoiling inhabitants of, 454. Drury , Sir William (Marshal of Berwick): the Regent Murray offered, to take part Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, 01 November 1569-30 September 1571

    323 ( ter ); 324; 325; two foreigners with, 330; 336; 340; 343; 348; of "Cochnoche," spoiled, 454. John: of Drumry; son of the Bishop of St. Andrews, 464. John: in Edinbernat; forfeited (28th Aug. 1571), 668; to suffer an Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lRyry Infoensioit 6iven.-Addreee, s J 3. 99, Datily Post. _______________________ _ c_8 as lljUNfGINYEERING.BUfICEOS IcocoPact), hllachinery, and Pat-g tion.-pppy Mr. Drumry, Goorge S'.roo. Sheffield. _ c8988l_ jS~ jf&7tocccn giocery. Tobaeco: coantry viihaice near Binining- Im . FxCrt* 0 J n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Byres, and ofts of Linldsay and Lord. Parbroth, and of Vi!scount 0 -Gatrnock and lord Kilbirny, Klingsburt, 5od Drumry, has been referredh to the Honse et Lsrd commulittee for privileges. PSRESTA2STOY Or £1,500 To A Mtsw"' t Tca&day Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Majesty, claiming the titles, honour- and dignities of Earl of Crawfurd and Lindsay, Viscount Garnock, Lord Parbroath, Kilburnie, Kingsburn and Drumry. It will be remembered that this committee met on the hrst occasion on the 9th, and the second time Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conquhar House, his seat in Fifeshire. John Trotter Bethune Lindsay, Earl of Lindsay, Viscount Garnock, Baron Parbroath, Kilbirnie, Kiiigsburn, and Drumry, and Lord Lindsay of the Byres, in the Peerage of Scotland, a Baronet of the United Kingdom, and a Subscribers-only content

    Morning Herald, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1787

    PETER PINDAR; . Peter's O Uo ui os6&zj with its quadrp`i2;lcate> ititc. at lcot~h is pub!ihed .t has been read . in tha holoks and corners of die. Palace, by the.} PIIeu ant the Maidi of Hor&;-. but let Subscribers-only content

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