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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, August 1564, 01 August 1564-31 August 1564

    of "umquhile" William Murray of Tulybardin, and four in company, to buy goods in England for a year. Gartulie. 1 Signed : Your richt gud sister and cusignes Marie R. Broadsheet. Addressed. Indorsed. Wafer signet (as before). Gartly in Aberdeenshire. Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, May 1569, 01 May 1569-31 May 1569

    came yesternight at 11 o'clock to my chamber, weeping, and complaining that one of her servants, George Bartlye lord of Gartly, is stayed at Carlisle coming to her from Scotland. Earnestly requiring me to signify her majesty's late orders hereon Subscribers-only content

    Index, G, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    the: Lennox on board ship in (23rd April), 324. "Garter, Mr" (King): brings Cecil's letter to Randolph (May), 62. Gartulie (Gartly): Mary at (24th Aug. 1564), 70. Laird of: signs Hamilton bond (8th May), 404; at Tutbury, 617; stopped at Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1699

    to take care of the supplies of these vacant parishes, with the concurrence of Mr William Chalmer s, minister at Gartly, until the next General Assembly; but that the planting of these vacant parishes be with the consent and concurrence

    Index, B, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    sues his wife for desertion, & c., 40. Bartlye , George: Laird of Gartly; stopped at Carlisle (12th May), 645; Mary's master of household, ib. See Gartly, Laird of. Barton , Arch.: a "deviser" of the murder, 321. Basque (Baske), Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leominster, ere- firdehire, wine merchant. Scotch Sequestation~su.-R. M'Gown., Glaigow, hotel keeper-A. Miller,, Glosgosw, naanuiacturer-i. Corbet, Kingston, Glasgow, commission agent-J. Pirrie, Gartly, Aberdeenshire, farmer. is.O the16th te tere.,rs Clalee Dickens, of a daughter-On the [Oth inst., at Gopsall, tbe Coantess itewe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " Beaconsfield," Woolton, near Liverolad Ms Evelyn Forbes, eles daugtr of the late Sir Charles.FreBat n Lady Forbs, of CastleNewe, Gartly, Aberdeenshire, and 28, Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W., and niece of the Coauntess of Dudley. The service, which was fully Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    commission aI- hitoy and Lilley, Bristol. solicitors (b-ens loaf Nighe1 _'r.dssibarqls GCcfls-_ I SCOTCH BANKRUP. i Gardinear Alexander. fanner, Blairdireic, Gartly, Aherdeecasbirs ± TaiE FAILURE OF A STATE PEINSIONER.-Under V'the failure of Charles Boyd, late Assistant Itegitatrar-- Genera' of Seamen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A DOG L'qUEtSINR RABBImTS.-A bitch of tilee tcrrnsO I t' breed belonging' to Mr. Robert Mathieson, crofter, We3t it neat, Gartly, on the forenoon of Sabbath week, carrie , rOb5 ir from a hole on the coven' near the house Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    als the Spey, the Deveron, or the Isle-are in high flood. At Gartly the force of the current has swept the Regis into a new channel; and between Gartly and [bultly it has ovee-swept some good fields, and done considerable Subscribers-only content

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