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  • * British History Online * *

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    XXI, Charter of James II regarding erecting of Glasgow into a regality (1450)

    Anandale domino Galwidie, venerabili in Christo patre Andrea abbate de Melros nostro confessore et thesaurario, dilectis consanguineis nostris Patricio domino Glamis magistro hospicii nostri, Willelmo domino Somyruile, Andrea domino Le Gray, Magistris Johanne Arous archidiacono Glasguensi et Georgio de Schoriswod

    Elizabeth, October 1588, 01 October 1588-31 October 1588

    ] only to have allterid the estaett under [the ] pretence of a privatt matter for a ty 5 with Glamis; but the King preventi[ng i ] t and ma[king ] his owin gaerd to lead it, fo paerteis and Subscribers-only content

    Index, J, K, 01 September 1586-31 March 1589

    crown of England after death of Elizabeth, 491; declared to be a papist, 492; report of intention of Leicester and Glamis to poison, ib .; letters from Douglas to, 495; discourses between Elizabeth and Douglas respecting intentions of, 496 502; Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1584-30 June 1585

    (4th July), 216. Mr Thomas: an advocate, 56. Craig , Mr: 225, 294. Crawford , Earl of, Provost of Dundee: Glamis to be reconciled to (7th Jan. 1583 4), 6; 12; friendly to Dunfermline, 13; reconciled to Arran, ib .; Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, February 1584, 01 February 1584-28 February 1584

    his humour. The charges commanding Mar and Glamis to avoid England, Ireland, and Scotland are not yet executed, whereat Arran appears to be much offended. The King has been advised that Mar and Glamis are departed to Rochelle, and that Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fate-struck Thane, "standing amazedly " at the news facdrff has brought, contrasts it with the prediction of the weird sisters,-" Glamis, and Thane of Cawdor: the greatest is behind "-and again,' striving to persuade himself that the supernatural soliciting cannot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    father being at this moment a farmer within four miles of Kerriemuir. He learned land-surveying with MIr W. Blackadder, at Glamis, and has for some time been a member of the provincial parliament of Upper Canada and opposed to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Reiley to be Quarter-muaster, vice W. HorDby, who retires upon halt-pay, 69th Foot-D. S. Miller, Gent. to be Ensign,bypurcbase,vice Lord Glamis, appuinted to the Ist Life Guards. 70th Foot-Brevet-Major L. Grcaie, from half-pay unattached, to be Capt. vice J. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WAR OFFICE, MAY 1. lst Life Guard2-Cornet and Sub-Liest. the Earl of Munster to be Lieut, by purCrase, vice Lord Glamis, who retires; H. S. Craw- ley, Gent. to be Cornet and Sub-Lieut. by purchase, vice the Earl of Munster. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the Stockport riots is fifty-seven, of whom about forty are nightly let out on bail. Lord Strathmore is rehabilitating Glamis Castle. in Forfarshire, the traditionary seat at least of the first Lord Glamis-Macbeth. An inquest was held on Monday, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 January 1774, 17 January 1774

    Earl " of Butej Henry Lord Ravenfworth, John Earl of " Strathmore, Mary Eleanor Countefs of Strathmore, " John Lord Glamis, and Mary Bowes, may be re- " quired to anfwer the faid Appeal:" It is Ordered, That the faid Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1774, 25 January 1774

    " Strathmore, Mary Eleanor Countefs of Strathmore, ofthe faid Court of the 26th Day of November 1772, " John Lord Glamis, and Mary Bowes, may be required affirming the fame; and praying, "That the fame *' to anfwer the faid Subscribers-only content

    21 December 1774, 21 December 1774

    the Right Honourable Mary Eleanor Bowes Countefs of Strathmore his Wife, and the Right Honourable John Bowes, commonly called Lord Glamis, an Infant, by the faid Earl of Strathmore his Father and Guardian, put in to the faid Appeal; and Subscribers-only content

    9 November 1775, 9 November 1775

    the Right Honourable Mary Eleanor Bowes Countefs of Strathmore, his Wife, and the Right Honourable John Bowes commonly called Lord Glamis, by the faid Earl of Strathmore his Guardian, Defendants, admitting Evidence, both written and parole, to be read on Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1776, 18 March 1776

    the Right Honourable Mary Eleanor Bowes Countefs of Strathmore his Wife, and the Right Honourable John Bowesy commonly called Lord Glamis, by the faid Earl of Strathmore his Guardian, Defendants, admitting Evi¬ dence, both written and * parole, to be Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LYON, David (?1794-1872), of 34 Grosvenor Square, Mdx.

    Sheriff, Suss. 1851-2 Biography Lyon was a descendant of Sir Thomas Lyon of Auldbar, Forfarshire, the master of Glamis and lord high treasurer of Scotland, who died in 1608. His grandfather John Lyon lived at Castle Lyon, Perthshire and Kinnaird,

 

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