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  • * British History Online * *

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    Venice, October 1510, 01 October 1510-31 October 1510

    of his kinsman. Has sent to Italy Andrew [Forman ] , Bishop of Murray, perpetual commendatary of the monasteries of Dryburgh, Pettinweyme, and Cottynghame, in England, to negotiate an alliance and friendship between the sovereigns of Christendom, and to reconcile

    Addendum, May 1547, 01 May 1547-31 May 1547

    of her well beloved clerks Master John Hay, commissioned to the King of France, with the abbot of Dryburgh, going thither on his own affairs, still kept prisoners in time of peace; also of the Laird of Johnston's taking in Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the Records, 1585, Oct-Dec

    at Stirveling, the xxij day of September and of our regne the nynetein yeir, 1585. Sic subscribitur ; James, R., Dryburgh, Thirlstayne. Quhilk lettres beand red and considerit, the said bailyeis and counsall enterit to voting of new, and for

    Extracts from the Records, 1520

    of Edinburgh beand present for the tyme on that ane part, Johne Lauson, Andro Gardum, Andro Auld, William Homyll, Thomas Dryburgh, Robert Talyefeir, Johne Wan, Johne Dalrumpill, the spous of Jonet Watson, William Rogeir, Thomas Henrisoun, Agnes Yorstoun, the spous

    Elizabeth, April 1578, 01 April 1578-30 April 1578

    III., fol. 567. About 6 o'clock on Saturday morning last 1 the Earl of Mar accompanied by the abbots of Dryburgh and Cambuskenneth and their servants, ordinarily lodged in Stirling Castle, went to the Castle gate with pretence to go Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buchan, who bequeathed to him during his life the whole of his unen- tailed estates, the principal of which being Dryburgh, the Abbey became his per- manent residence after the decease of the Earl. In early life Sir David bore Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    29th ult., 36, 26 Oatal; Paisley, from 13th inst., 82, 27 fatal; Greenock, 9, 2 fata,; Selkirk, 6, 2 fatal; Dryburgh Mertoun, 6, 2 fatal; Old Kilpatrick, 2 ; Douse, 2 fatal; Logie Stirling, 1 fatal; Jedburgh, 1 fatal; Renfrew, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neatcover, orcloth, gilt, Is. 6d. (chiefly extracted from the 'Border Hand-Book,') R U TH ERFURD'S GUIDE R to Melrose, Abbontford, Dryburgh, Kelso, and Jedburgh. Their Picturesqrne Scenery ansi Antiquities; with a Glance at other Ilemarkoble Places on Tveedside. Illustroted with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Richmond Castles, Croyland Abbey, and Castleacre Priory; Mr S. Thompson, who has done Kenilworth and Lindisfarne, Tynemouth, Jedburgb, and Dryburgh; and Mr Thomas Ogle, who has done the photographs of Byland and Whitby Abbeys in this volume, and is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On FRIDAY, Jiily 14. to W:DINBUDtRGH Glasgov, Ayr, and, W Kilseetiock, with special facilities for visiting 'Duinfries, Melrose, NV Albotsfoarc, Dryburgh, the TrcF6oacbr, Loch Ratrine, Loech Lomond, 13. Oblsi Starla, lona, Gleneoe, Inverness, Dunkeld, Lo. Itt coltection with the sbove, Subscribers-only content


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