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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    1963 " 122 Hallaton , the bottle-kicking procession, 1905. Photograph by Benjamin Stone in Birmingham Reference Library " 122 The Fernie , near Gumley , 1951. Photograph by F. H. Meads " 123 Market Harborough , the cattle market in

    The Hundred of Gartree THE HUNDRED OF GARTREE

    grassland with few arable fields, part of the well-known hunting country shared principally by two packs, the Quorn and the Fernie . Except in the east, the undulating country in this part of Leicestershire rarely rises above 500 ft. Its


    stopping up the fox-earths in Gumley and Laughton , but these were still considered within Meynell's territory; 21 in 1900 Fernie 's Hunt employed an earth-stopper in Gumley . 22 Most of the owners and tenants of Gumley Hall have


    the Quorn Hunt were built at Billesdon . 19 Hunting stables, at first of the Quorn and then of the Fernie , and the hunting life which was centred upon them, had a considerable influence upon the village. In 1846

    Market Harborough MARKET HARBOROUGH TOWN CENTRE C. 1960

    To the south lay the Pytchley country, to the north territory belonging first to the Quorn and later to the Fernie . 32 This central position, and no doubt the existence of some good inns established to serve the coaching

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhestr o'r gwobrwyon a'r ysgoloriaethau ddyfarnwyd ar waith y flwyddyn yn Ngholeg y Gogledd, Bangor:- Flwyddyn laf,-Guy Barlow, 15p.,Janet M Fernie, 15p, A.B. GrapellOp., R.M.Kinsey, 15p., J. Griffith, lOp., Eiddon R. Jones, lOp., A. H. Lawrence, 10p., C. W Perfect, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eyre, Lt., Artillery, safe at Baderabad; Ferryman, Lt., 44th, in England; Fortye, Ens., 44th, miss- ing; Fulton, Ens., 44th, missing; Fernie, Lt.-Col., 37th N.J., absent; Gray, Capt., 44th, safe; Grant, Lt., 44th, in England; Gray, Ens., 44th, missing; Gascoyne, Lt., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wiltshire, solicitors-S. Barker, C. Choppin, and S. Dentonjun. Gray's-inn square, solicitors-B. Pratt and J. Boland, Pershore, Worcestersh ire, surgeons-E. WV. Fernie and J. Tennant, Tav-istock, Devonshire, manganese msiners-G. Osborne and J.1 Cooper, Noble street, Goswell street, ironfounders-C. sod C. C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her blue e'en and her smile till I carti scarce think to bring down the tawse. It's aye arlight pawmie Fernie gets, for a' that she's as tricky as a young foal; THE ALMANACES AND )IARIES FOR: 1850. At the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vitegar masas- facturers. %eotei, reqM:eatratscMs.-T. luardoch, Glasgow, isnsurance agent-i.T. Crawford, millwright-WV. Anders in, Edinburgh, brush manutacturer-P. B. Xeave and R, Fernie, Dundee, spinaers. Friday, Noverber 19. Vaslcrsupts.-J. H. Davy, Parker street, Drary lane, coacs wlheelwriglst. [Sisillibeer, Great Jatmes slreet, Bedford Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1649

    James Stewart of Kirkfield, the Laird of Swintoun, younger, Laird of Eight, Sir James Fraser, Sir Thomas Ker, Laird of Fernie, Sir Robert Adair, Sheriff of Tiviotdail, younger, Tutor of Pitsligo, Sir John Chiesly, Laird of Englistoun, Laird of Leslie,

    General Index, F, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    42, 153 Fentoun , Viscount, Thomas, xvi, 327 Ferburne , Richard, 371 Fermor , see Farmer. Ferne (Ferneley), see Fearne. Fernie , Leonard, 435 Fetter Lane , 49, 58, 94, 116, 187, 214, 262, 317, 396, 439, 447 Fettiplace (Phettiplace),

    Index of proper names

    Ralph, 623, 646, 649, 653 F. Fairlie , Mr James, pretended Bishop of Lismoir, 11 Farquhar , Mr James, 424 Fernie , Mr Thomas, 707 Findlater , Earl of, 566, 585 Finlayson , Dr James, 889, 890 Fisher , Mr

    Index, F, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    musicians, 416. Ferdinando , Charles, Archduke of Austria, 155. Ferne (Fearne), Henry, Bishop of Chester, 370. -, -, John, 408. Fernie , Paul, 552. Ferns and Leighlin , Bishop of, 296. Ferrier , Robert, 74. Fetherston , Sir Heneage, 112.

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1738, July-September, 03 July 1738-28 September 1738

    meal, 10 marks Scots money, and 4 capons. Ibid. , pp. 233 5. Same for same Of the lands of Fernie, forfeited by the late Colonel John Balfour, attainted at Carlisle in 1716, to Arthur Balfour, eldest son of said

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 March 1819, 1 March 1819

    Writer to the Signet, surviving Trustees " of George Lyell of Keirnef, are Appellants, and " James Hector, Tenant of Fernie, is Respondent:" It is Ordered, That this House will hear the said Cause, by Counsel at the Bar, on Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1824, 5 May 1824

    delivered, pursuant to the Standing Orders of this House. Upon reading the Petition of John M'Gavin, Adam Matbie et al. Fernie and John Boyle Gray, some of the Respondents *• Hamilton in a Cause depending in this House, to which Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1826, 13 February 1826

    said Alexander Fraser may enter into a Recognizance for the said Appellants, as desired. Fernie v. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Ebenezer Willis etal. Fernie of Cornhill in the City of London, a Respondent in the High Court Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1826, 16 March 1826

    Lord Chancellor, in order to give Evidence give Evi- before the Committee for Privileges on the last-men- dencebefore. d Cki Fernie v. :et. kc. Ridghill Road Bill Specially reperted. De L'Isle Claim of Peerage, ComM for Priv8 put off. Corn Subscribers-only content

    17 March 1826, 17 March 1826

    in respect of the said Appeal. The House (according to Order) proceeded to take Fernie v. into further Consideration the Cause wherein Ebenezer Willis etal.: Fernie is Appellant, and John Walpole Willis and others are Respondents: And due Consideration being Subscribers-only content


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