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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, E, 01 January 1718-31 December 1718

    Wm. Ill, c. 3), 169, 192, 307, 312, 432, 439, 583, 587, 605, 672. Eastburn , co. York, 620. Easter Edzell Marquis , Scotland, 521. Easthamsted Walk . See Windsor Forest. Eastland , Robert, servant to Sir Robert Sutton, 372.

    Acts and Proceedings, 1590, March

    boundis of the Schiresdome of Kincardin; Johnne Lord Hammiltoun, Thomas Maister of Glammis, Patrick Maister of Gray, Dauid Lindsay of Edzell, James Skrymgeour of Dudop, Constable of Dundee, and George Haliburtoun of Pitcur, within the boundis of the Schirefdome of

    Acts, 1649

    the Ordinary Lords of the Session, Arthur Ersken of Scotscrage, Laird of Wauchtoun, Sir David Hume of Wedderburne, Laird of Edzell, Laird of Nidrie, Sir William Scot of Harden, Laird of Greenheid, Laird of Freeland, Laird of Cesnock, Sir James

    Treasury Warrants, June 1718, 21-25, 21 June 1718-25 June 1718

    debts affecting the same per an., being interest on 17,000 l. purchase money for the estate 3,538 17 4 of Edzell 850 0 0 petitioner's jointure 599 11 1 leaving a free rental of 2,089 l. 6 s. 3 d.

    Index of names and places, E

    1331, 1377, 1441. of Horton, ii. 42, 307, 476, 673. Edgefield (Edgfield), co. Norfolk, ii. 981. Edgel , Edgell. See Edzell. Edger . See Edgar. Edgerston (Edderston), Roxburghshire, ii. 1154, 1394. Edinburgh (Edenburgh, Edinborough), i. 198. assessment of, ii. 1143,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a good shot, he found time to inspect specimens of the flocks from the different sheep walks of Lochlee and Edzell, which be declared to be tbe very best kinds adapted to their walk and pasturage. On Wednesday the 17th, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a remote but most powerful descendant, the Earl of Lindsay, to the prejudice of the real heirs, the Lindsays of Edzell, the last of whom (Earl of Crawford if he had had his rights) died in 1744, en hostler at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Dortarshire estates of the late Lord Dalhousie have decided to erect a mouument to him in the. neighbourhood of Edzell, and a large stained-glass window is to be placed in the Episcopal Church at Brecbin. * I hear that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    route was cordially received by a con- gregation of spectators. It had been expected that he would have gone to Edzell, where some year ago he delivered a political address, but to the disappointment of a numaber of admuirers who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the high reputation for hospitality whic~h it has ; lung enjoyed. The inauguration dinner of the new tsmaster (MVr. J. Edzell) and the wardens (Mr. B. S. F'oster, M.P., and Mr. T. Wilkinson), which was held s!in the hall of Subscribers-only content


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