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    Cecil Papers, May 1602, 16-31, 16 May 1602-31 May 1602

    surmise that your Honour do wink at them, which is thought to have the original from your unfriends there. From Dumbretton, 18 May, 1602. PS. Tirone giveth out a hope of the aid of readshanks and a supply of victuals

    Index, D, 01 January 1602-31 March 1603

    409. John, lease from the Queen to, 306. Dugn , Fortunat, attendant upon the French ambassador, pass issued to, 467. Dumbretton , letter dated at, 159. Dunferline (Dunfermlinge, Dumfermling, etc.), 89, 124, 664. the palace at, letter dated at, 385.

    Elizabeth, January 1570, 01 January 1570-31 January 1570

    the danger whereof coming to the French is "manifest for both the nations." Without some ships in the Fryth of Dumbretton to "stey" the victualling thereof, it will be hard to recover it. Wherein aid is required of her majesty Subscribers-only content

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