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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, D

    Michael van, see Over, Michael van der. Dorpt , 367 (1). Douai , 4. Douglas , the Lordship of, see Dunglass. -, Archibald, 479 note . -, Robert, 853. Dover , 16 (3), 109 (7), 122, 270 (2), 320 (2),

    Index, D, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    of; 469. Commendator of; 499. Dungannon , Earl of (1543), Lord Tyrone's son; 21. Dungarvan , Baron of (1552); 104. Dunglass ; 199. attempt to take; 374. Dunkirk ; 177, 331. Duolanerick , reward to; 24. Dunmow manor ; 12.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 9 October 1643, 09 October 1643-09 October 1643

    Banke , Mr. Ward of Warrington , Mr. Shaw of Liverpoole , Mr. Gee of Eccleston , Mr. Latham of Dunglass , Mr. Harper of Boulton , Mr. Hollingworth of Salford , Mr. Waight of Gargreave , and Mr. Johnson

    Charles I - volume 457, June 13-23, 1640, 13 June 1640-23 June 1640

    June 17. Berwick. 45. Sir Michael Ernie to Sec. Windebank. I understand there is to be a general muster at Dunglass the 24th of this month, and from thence it is reported they intend to march for England. One part Subscribers-only content

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    and his vicegerents." In a postscript the writer adds, "The 19th of this month of August, thunder has fallen at Dunglass in Stirlingshire and killed 100 sheep, but the shepherd safe," as though he discerned in this electrical phenomenon a Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the island, an estate yielding considerably upwaids of 200,0001 a.year, free from all incumbrances. The son of Earl Home Lord. Dunglass, did serve the country for the brief period of a year or two. under: the Duke of Wellington's Administration Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    object of the present motion. In looking over the disburse- ments paid out of the Scotch Exchequer he found Lord Dunglass was set down at 3001. a-year as Chamberlain of Ettrick Forest [a laugh]. The original salary of the office Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of convicts, 11. A serjesnt stabbed by a centinel; Murder of Mr Foote at Ross- bercon, 27. Swamnping of a Dunglass boat; Two of the crew of the Orestes murdered at Alicant; Death by falling into a cellar; Rob- bery Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in applying those mnethods of secarity which they, or those who hare attended to the subject, kuow to be highly conducive to that object. " I remrain your most obidient hnmble servant, Dunglass, Sept. 9.,' " BasinL eLL, Captain RS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    way back to Rome when seized with a violent and fatal attack of malaria fever. SiR JoHN HALL, BART., of Dunglass, died at 63 Lowndes square, on Monday, in his sixty-third year. He is succeeded by his son James, who Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Meeting of Inhabitants of Tyrone held at Dungannon 19 Decern- ber 1834; xc. 187. (p. 193.) Dungeness Lighthouse:—See in/ra, 3477. Dunglass, Lord :—See i»/ra, 2499. Dunleary Harbour (Kingstown): 2226. Estimate of the Sum necessary for carrying on the Works at Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1786, 2 March 1786

    continuing the Term of an Aft, made in the Sixth &c- Roads- over the Pees or Pafs of Cockburnspath, to Dunglass Year of His prefent Majefty, for amending, widening, Bridge, within the County of Berwick, is, in many altering, clearing, Subscribers-only content

    23 April 1793, 23 April 1793

    Sir JoAzz PzzsAoaZ, &c.: And they are to meet this Afternoon, at Five of the Clock, in the Speaker's Chamber. Dunglass indge and laddington, MoadsBill •ommitted. S^khowell %ds Bai "Ported Day appoi"' ed for 2fl Reading af Cobham I»' closure Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1833, 27 March 1833

    to give direc¬ tions, that there be laid before this House, a Copy of the Warrant of Appointment of Lord Dunglass to be Cham¬ berlain of Ettrick Forest; with a Statement of the Re¬ venue he collects, the Salary he Subscribers-only content

    Report by the Commissioners for the Herring Fishery, of their proceedings, year ended 5th April 1830;--being fishing 1829., 1830

    Reports of the resident Officers of the Fishery, have agreed to assist in building a Harbour at the Cove of Dunglass in the County of Berwick ; and in enlarging and improving the Har¬ bour at Cellardyke in the County Subscribers-only content

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