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You searched for: Place: Garvie

Found 296 matches across 4 resources.

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, G

    behalf of Derbyshire miners, 38 Garve (Garnie, Garvie, Garvye), Sir Neale, Irish rebel reported to have joined O'Dogherty's rebellion, 173 his successes, 192 308 Garvie , Nieli. See Garvie, Neale Garvye. See Garvie, Neale Garway (Garawaye), William, farmer of Customs

    Index, E

    bishop of Durham, 294. at Greenwich, 201. greeting to her from Eton College, 185. her groom of the Chamber, see Garvie, Shepard. - porter, 90, and see Cornwallis. - of the stable, see Scalia. James Hamilton sends Scottish King's letter

    Index, G

    de, 262 (2). Garter , Order of the, 48. founders of, 48. knights of, 48, 330. Gartere , Lincolnshire, 49. Garvie , Owen, groom and messenger of the chamber, petitions of, 122, 293. Garway , William, 154. Gascony , 225.

    Cecil Papers, June 1608, 16-30, 16 June 1608-30 June 1608

    from Limbrick; in them some Irishmen which were of Scotland, who confirm the news of the north, and that Nieli Garvie is the chief man in the action. They took 5 forts in Logh Foyle, and keep them; and soon

    Index, F

    at Bristol by London merchants, 223 Foyle , Le Derry known by the name of, 151 Foyle , Logh, Ireland Garvie captures forts on, 192 French ships arrive in, 192 Frais , William, in the service of Sir Richard Hawkins

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    woollent draper. (Reed and Shaw, Friday s-reet, Ctbeapilse. A. Hlarris. Sharp's, Tower bill, sloupeller. [Lewis, Arundel street, Strand. N!. Garvie, Rabere street, St Ltuke's, tailor. [Anderson, 11Cornhiol. N. Bourne, Wilslngbam, Durbam, brewer. [Nicholls and D~yle, Cook'a GeniI, Lincolne's inn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    claes,-Address, stating age, wages, and references.I. 0 7, Daily Post. cal~l OOD I.-Wated. he orfurealgodHns W -Apply, with particulars, Jamoes Garvie andSosAbr dean. cS? IOUTTH (strong) Wanited about 7 oAes nBleoe n Y Deliner; from countr prefere.Ades ttn g n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    man.-Apply to D). Giles, -Coach anidWagon Builder, Bromsgrove. .:.~ c6254 OO-AVERS.-Wantert. three or four thoroozhlry- good W Hans.-Aplywith particulars. amnes Garvie tod Sens, Aberdeen. c4921- ~JA~DMAX-Warted thoorihly racical Man, at Fire-briclk YOUTH Wanted, to Attend to Horse andTaad i Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two new Lathe Bedeaon ircn standtardsacah Sit, dn. lang; 6in, centro ers-utn Lathe on ilfa, tap bed; two Countuer Shells, Garvie sitao~atio stuA Loathe nearly new on.. centre, back-geared plain Turning Lathie, riess Polishing 6pralle, three leg Viceo.-Appir. ltRaman iBros_, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Orkney. Certificate of Merit: Philip L. Miail, Yorkshire. Essay Prize: George Shearer, Tonr'o XNi. -TERI'A MEnICA-Dr. Douglas Macingan. 1. Alexandor Garvie, Ediniburgh; 2. Douglas Robertson, Edinburgh. SURGERY-Mr. Spence. Senior: 1. David Yeilowlees, Stirling ; 2. 'Thomas Hayes, County Limerick. Junior: Subscribers-only content

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