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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, June 1587, 01 June 1587-30 June 1587

    abowte Gisburroughe in Yorkeshire, came into Scotland to one Jerratt a Jhesuwite borne in Langcaster shire, and passed prively through Glendale, and so on farther in to Englande; and where they be nowe he knoweth not. Thus trusting your honour Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, February 1590, 01 February 1590-28 February 1590

    by the English ambassador of two great attempts lately committed one by Pharnihirst in Tinedale, the other at Myndrom in Glendale, by Eskdale, Liddesdale and other borderers, with fireraising and other outrages. Commanding him at once to write to Maxwell Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, March 1580, 01 March 1580-31 March 1580

    Michaell Hebbornes gentleman, with 5 tenants, 3 only horsed, & c. No cause. The above towns and villages are within Glendale ward, on the west side of Till, and are the uttermost of Her Majesty's frontiers there. Fourd, a village Subscribers-only content

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    1013, 1028, 1086, 1094, 1103, 1377, 1399. -, -, his brother, 868 (18), 870 (5). -, -, his son, 1103. Glendale (Northumberland), 209, 365, 772. Glennourchwart , Sir Colin Campbell, Laird of, 908 (1). Gloucestershire , labourers to be levied

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    , 704 (4), 750 (6), 777 (5), 781 note , 903 (4), 957 (1), 1054 (2), 1076 (7), 1079, 1081. Glendale (Northumberland), 755 (1). Glincorne , see Kinghorn. Godfrey , Richard, 193 (2). Goes , Matthew, 1102 (4). Goldmore Gate

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. James's 'road, Liverpool, a Mr. Thomas Jones, Brynmelyn, a dea Lab yn America, sef y Perch. W. W. Jones, Glendale, Wis., a Mr. E. T. Jones, Oshkosh, a dwy ferth yn y whad hon. Fy nymuniad goreu iddynt ydyw, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It is true that when Miss Kate Rushton marries Sir Thomas Glendale, the usages of society do not authorise her friends in speaking of her as Lady Kate Glendale. Why the average novelist should be unable to master this very Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Servant, !7 tr sner 21.-Apply, Littlemoro, Montague Road, Edlgibaston. 0' ' NRXL Servant.-Waeeted, sic experienced Girl.-Apply, in GE the morning, Glendale. Wellington Road, nandeevorth. cISS? G rALServant Wanted. Must einderstand plain cooking sui Ironing. Good character ludispensable.-Appiy. Mrs. Crofte, The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the tenants will accept this, arrangement. The is ,Ot aittitude. of t1he Glendale crofters is !much more serious 6 te than that of the . Brass crofters. In Glendale there are to 500 stalwart men, and it is the opinion, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YPEns.-The Skye crofters (a. Glasgow P telegram says) are rdported as in a state of open rebellion a in the Glendale district, and thc Brae's me 'Btill refuse to 1 pay their rent. Captain Frsser; of Kilmuir, however, has h Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tottenham Education

    school in 1962 . It then moved from Glendale Avenue to White Hart Lane , leaving its old premises for Woodside school . Under the comprehensive scheme of 1967 the buildings in Glendale Avenue were assigned to St. Thomas More


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