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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, February 1562, 01 February 1562-28 February 1562

    proktour of Luce for ij c crounes and a ferme of x li . a yeare." For my service at Durisdeer [Dusdeare ] where the Earl of Angus was chased and escaped with 5 men, my good advice in saving Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 September 1586-31 March 1589

    514. Duffy , Patrick: spoiled, 513. Dumbarton : 453; sheriffdom of, 630; 631; (Donbreton, alias Lennox), 667. Castle: (Dumbertayne), 529. Durisdeer (Duresdere): 668. Dumfries : 148; 199; James VI. goes to, 505; Maxwell causes mass to be publicly said at, Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the records, 1684

    of the Reformation, the following are not represented by the subscribers of the tack, viz., Govan, Barlanark or Provan, Carstairs, Durisdeer (sub-chanter), Moffat, Eaglesham, Luss, Douglas, Kirkmaho, and Sanquhar. On the other hand, the parson of Lilliesleaf subscribed the tacks,

    Index, D, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Dunfermline, q.v . Durisdeer (Dursdere), in Scotland II. 237 (2 ii). Durleigh (Durlye), Soms., I. g. 474 (36), 981 (54). Durley , West-, Hants, I. g. 474 (24 ? "Westederley"). Durre . See Duren. Dursdere . See Durisdeer. Dursley ,

    Index, W, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    house hated by Maxwell, 487; 503, 600. Wharton , Master Harye: much spoken of, 6; Lord W's. son, 47; burns Durisdeer (23rd Feb.), 82; accredited to Somerset by Lord W. (25th), 83; 122; to lead horse to Haddington (26th June), Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the wellknown ' songs, "'Katherine Lozie," "Lammermoor," "Shame oa ye, Gallants." "Ettrsck" "Your Voices are' not hushed. " and " Durisdeer. " She likewiv~se 3 composed the popular air, "Annie Laurie,' and was authoress of the modern version of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to. Trinidad, 9s. 6d, usual conditions; saaler, Csrdiff to Xio Janeiro, 5s. 9d.; Eaperansa (iailer), Blytl tr Madeir, 7s 6d.; Durisdeer, 1,50,0 cOas, Losadon to Capetow£. 25.., on rpgsstar; Parlheniope, London to Melbourne, 1Us. NEwcsmrE.-A fair business is reported to-day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    22s 6d, Augnst; Swansea to Val- paiso Eavenscraig, 12s 9d; Newcastle, New Sout Wales t o Wliest Coast and home, Durisdeer, 35s. Bead what lOBD CLERIGCS says of "Homocea4" In the vaeeky edition ol tiis paper. Bea what the great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f>4th year. MAXWELL- At C*m Cottage, Landerfel. Corwin, North Wales. Anril 28, Mary, relict of Mr. James Maxwell, ef , Durisdeer, Dumfrieshire and mother of Mr. John Max- \ well of Penzance, aged 84. MOYLE- At St. Gluvias. April SO, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hern, Carthagena- all iron ore ; Minnie s. Hogg. Terneuzen, b ; Alice Wiiliarns, Saunders, Stockton, b ; (April I) Durisdeer, Webster, Portland, via yueenstowu, wheat ; Cobden, Battram, Lou- don, g. Sailings. March 31- Teesdale 3, Dempster, Ex- mouth; Subscribers-only content

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