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  • * British History Online *

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    Simancas, August 1594, 01 August 1594-31 August 1594

    Latin, Estado, 839. 625. Earls of Huntly and Errol to Philip II. Letter of credence for Walter Lindsay Baron Balgarys. In very fervent terms they pray for prompt aid to uphold and establish their Catholic faith, and to extirpate the

    Treasury Books and Papers, March 1736, 03 March 1736-31 March 1736

    allowing the discharge of goods at Newburgh and Errol in cases of necessity as formerly, in which case they pray that care be taken that no privilege be granted to Newburgh and Errol that might remove the custom house from

    Index, E

    1441. English , John, 506, 557. Erazzo , Francisco, letter to, 1450. -, -, 1192 (2), 1442, 1508 (15), 1511. Errol , Earl of, 210. Essex , 170 (2). Essone , 747 (12), 752 (1). Estehan , see Estretat. Estelan

    Simancas, May 1595, 01 May 1595-31 May 1595

    the famous battle of Glenlivat or Balrinues, in which young Argyll, with his 8,000 highlanders, was defeated by Huntly and Errol, with 1,500 lowlanders. The stirring ballad of the Battle of Balrinnes gives a minute account of the engagement. His

    Acts, 1736

    which they cannot overtake, do hereby nominate, commission, and appoint, the Rev. Mr Lauchlan M'Intosh, minister of the gospel at Errol, their Moderator, & c.; to be commissioners of this General Assembly, to the effects after mentioned; with power to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o Aodq~10el-sirect, t9 *I, Elizabeth Crisp, of' Isdfer:-srptere. -Stc-p2.2, tilt Ri-ght H-oll. j. U. Inc', to tm Right Iii. La' Errol, ofSt. Jamoes's-r-pace. DFAI'1LS. Ott Tlltrscilay, the 29tIh of A NLo!tt, ttrs. Smith1, of Me street, Si. George'u-fields, aic S^'c. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the conduct of the constables was very bad, but that" a fellow ysh Was called by his companions Lord Errol, but whom it would be an Stilt to the Peerage to suppose to have been that respectable Nobleman, WlI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Duke of York. Amongst the personiages present were-the Duke Hil tchess of Clarence, Lord and Lady Holland, Lord and Lady Errol, Lords Carlisle, ,tOnnFalnmouth, and Egremont; Colonel Fitzelarence, Dowaaer Lady Warwick, Slrthaes and Ladies Greville, Marchioness of Westmeatl, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Princess Elizabetht Georgina Adeiando- Fqorn: 0IWe,1th of December 1820, died the 40iof faich' in the following year. .The larlof Errol, the Ho,.,John-,Erskine Kennedy (seeond ion ofEari. Cassilis), Mr Philip Syd- Rey (the member for Eye. and' onl"son 'of' Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Norfolk, the Right HnLady argaret Cameron, widow 'of the late Governor Cameron, and daughter of James, 14th Earl of' Errol, aged 62. Lately, Mr. John Storey, of Kellington, aged 97, And on the 15th ult. aged 1013, Mr. Jonatsais Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 March 1703, 20 March 1704

    at Paris,) were " thought to be difpofed towards the Court of St. Ger- " man's.?" " The E. of Errol Father to the Lord Hay, and " the E. of Wington Father to the Lord Seaton, are " thought, Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1703, 20 March 1704

    him, during •l the Seffion of Parliament, that he had feen the D. " of Gourdon, and the Earls of Errol and Marßall; but " he could not tell what to make of them, People were " fo very cautious Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1769, 16 March 1769

    the Dignity of) Countefs of Sutherland, and ^\ her Guardians, to the Earl of Crauford and the Earl the of Errol, or to their known Agents or Procurators ' before the Court of Seffion in Scotland, of the Meeting of Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1770, 31 January 1770

    Berkeley. Comes Abingdon, Comes Gainßorough. Comes Scarbrough. Comes Rochford. Comes Albemarle. Comes Coventry. Comes Jerfiy. Comes Poulet. Comes Cholmondeley. Comes Errol. Comes Abercorn. Comes Loudon. Comes March. Comes Marchmont. Comes Rofeberry. Comes Oxford. Coroes Strafford. Comes Dartmouth. Comes Tankerville. Comes Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1771, 1 February 1771

    Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Berkeley. Holderneffe. Scarbrough'. Rochford. Jerfey. Poulct. Errol. Aber corn. Loudoun. Stair. Rofebery. Oxford. Tankerville. Br'ßol. Halifax. Pomfret. Waldegrave. Bucks. Hardwicke. De Lawarr. Radnor. Spencer. Chatham. Vifcount Subscribers-only content


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