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  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 3, July 1549, 01 July 1549-31 July 1549

    I want a letter from the Protector to the Earl of Rutland, and the rest of the Council of the North, to pay sums due to me for the fortifications of Eyemouth, unpaid since Christmas twelvemonth. [1 pages . ] Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 3, October 1549, 01 October 1549-31 October 1549

    are absent, and the Lord Warden shall summon them home. 3. They shall consider the wants of the forts of Eyemouth, Roxburgh, Douglas, and Lawther. 4. Also the supply and good husbanding of the victuals, as each fort should have Subscribers-only content

    Edward VI, April 1551, 01 April 1551-30 April 1551

    same shall be as before the late wars, and plainly set out. Is also content to give up Roxburgh and Eyemouth, Edrington alias Cawmills, and the fishings known to be within Scotland that the Debateable land in the West Marches Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Mary - Volume 8, November 1557, 01 November 1557-30 November 1557

    the Middle Marches of England: 1. The strength of the Scottish borders is increased by a garrison of Frenchmen at Eyemouth, and of Scots at Kelso; the present war being proposed by them, they have replenished their frontiers, and laid Subscribers-only content

    Index, E

    (2). -, the Duke of, 12 (10), 42 (1), 354 (5), 361 (14), 395 (1), 443 (4), 896 (14, 20). Etretat , 180 (3), 376 (1). Everstene , see Helfenstein. Evreux , 244. Exeter , 128. Eyemouth , 131 (10).

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 February 1774, 15 February 1774

    Edwards et Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Robert Roberßon and Son, Merchants in Eyemouth, complaining cf Three Interlocutors of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, of the i8th (^December 1773, and 26th of Ja¬ nuary and ift of Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1774, 17 February 1774

    may be permitted to enter into a Recogni- cSgnizanc^on " zance for Robert Roberflon and Son, Merchants in Robei-aons " Eyemouth, on Account of their Appeal depending in APPeal- this Houfe, they refiding in Scotland ." cc It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1774, 2 March 1774

    againft Wat- fou. PRAYERS. The Anfwer of Stephen Wat/on Efquire to the Appeal of Robert Robert/on and Son, Merchants in Eyemouth, was this Day brought in. Ckland and Fergufon : Interlocutors affirmed. Keck to take the Name of Tracy, Bill. Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1774, 4 March 1774

    That a Day may be againftWat- a appointed for hearing the Caufe wherein Robert te Robert/on and Son, Merchants in Eyemouth, are Ap- cc pellants, and Stephen Wat/on Efquire is Refpondent:" It is Ordered, That this Houfe will hear the Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1797, 20 March 1797

    of this Houfe. i<. " The Time. faid Seven Bills were, feverally, read the Firft Bafingftoke Road Bill. t 11. Eyemouth Harbour Bill. A Mefläge was brought from the Houfe of Commons, by Mr. Wilberforce and others: To return the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which time he dropt his pocket-book containing 1331. besides other valuable papers, and did not discover his loss until-he reached Eyemouth. In the mean time, -James utteridge, an Irishmasi, wmo is one of the boat's crew of the coast guard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    up. We understand that the master of one of the London smacks, arrived at Leith on Saturday last, on passing Eyemouth, was told by some fishermen that a quantity of wreck had been driven ashore on that coast, among which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ryall, York street, Potuman square, engraver-H . flumphrys, High 6treet, Lanibeth, enuineer-T. M'Donraell, Pallmall, boot. maker. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. Taylor, Eyemouth, cattle dealer-H. Ross, Greeock, inn- Ieeper-J. Law, Dykehead, Ayrshire, farmner-J. Reid and Co. Iedburgh, Itoxburgkshire, hnsiers-A. Burn, Ediuburgb, coach Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Plymouth, was wrecked on the Boulder Bank, off East- bourne, near Hastings. On Monday a vessel was lost near Eyemouth, by breaking from her Moorings and driving upon the beach. She proved to be the Betsy, belonging to Dendee. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    execution i His words are, "whether or not I should mention the arraignment and execution of George Sprott, notary in Eyemouth, I am doubtful. His story seemed a very fiction, and to be a mere invention of the man's own Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Eyemouth Harbour, 1849

    Eyemouth Harbour [harbour/port] View down into the harbour from a hillside with figures and sheep at right, cliffs in the distance beyond the harbour mouth and the sun low in the sky above; after Edmund Thorton Crawford, proof. 1849Engraving


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