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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, D, 01 November 1673-28 February 1675

    to reference to reference to, and report by, mentioned See also Osborne, Sir Thomas, Earl of Danby, and Rupert, Prince. Duncow , the tenants of, petition of, mentioned ill-treatment of, by the Earl of Nithsdale Dundalk , order for re-incorporation Subscribers-only content

    General Index, D, E, 01 March 1673-31 October 1673

    favour of See also Annesley, Arthur, Earl of Anglesey; Clifford, Sir Thomas, Lord Clifford; and Osborne, Sir Thomas, Viscount Latimer Duncow , petition of tenants of, mentioned Duncrub , barony of, dissolution of lands from Dundalk , petition of, mentioned, Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 1674, 01 May 1674-31 May 1674

    to Sir John Nisbet of Dirleton, Lord Advocate. A petition having been formerly presented to us by the tenants of Duncow complaining that these lands being anciently annexed to the Crown and their predecessors having possessed them as Crown tenants Subscribers-only content

    Index, J, K, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    to aid him (20th), 305; burnings of his tenants, & c. (27th), 308; still at Court, 308; his son burns Duncow, and the Maxwells Dryfe water and dale, & c. (1st May), 311; expected next day, 311, 312; returned with Subscribers-only content

    Index, M, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    the King's displeasure, 304; his preparations against the royal forces (20th), 305; support from other noblemen, 308; his house of Duncow burned, and his reprisals in Dryfesdale, & c. (1st May), 311; besieges Kirkconnel, stone houses in Lockerby, and hangs Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Navy. MARRTAGES. At Wamphray Mill, Dumfrieshire, on Monday sennight, Mr. Pearsou, mailler, aged 18, lo Mrs. Proudforu, widow, aged'45. At Duncow, Dr. John Kirkpatrick, aged 70, to Miss Mar. garet M ichan, from Gatelsouse, aged 20. Saturday week, Mr. Frederick Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    miserable hovel in which his early acquaintance waned, pressed upon her accept-: ance the best of his numerous cottages at Duncow, and the answer he received was quite characteristic,-" Na, na, Sir, my mither leeved here, an' deed here: I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (365,000i.) for the English vessel Duncow i.s proceeding before the Tribunal of Commerce at Antwerp. Mr. Large, the captain, declares that nothing is duo to the fishermen, -who took possession by violence of the Duncow for the p urpose of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Arabs, in which three Spaniards P were killed and several wounded. il On Saturday morning the English vessel s Duncow, laden with nitrate of soda, struck on a a sand-bank at the entrance to the roadstead at L, Dunkirk, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the missing ship having yet been received. A Dunkirk telegram, throngh Renter's agency, states that the English tbree-masted vessel Duncow, from' Iquique for this port, laden with 2,200 tons of nitrate I of soda, struck this morning on a Subscribers-only content

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