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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, O, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    and others intend to convene (20th), 179; Lennox's confederate (14th March 1582 3), 330; Gowrie procures the King's letter to call, to Court (18th), 338; Gowrie sends to Arran to meet, & c., at St. Johnstone (6th April 1583), 368; Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 1600, July-December

    King went to Sanct Johnstoun to slay the Erle of Gowrie, (such is the spirits of malitious hearts) I would now have yow indifferent people. When the Master of Gowrie comes to Falkland, and moves him to come to Perth,

    Border Papers volume 1, February 1584, 01 February 1584-28 February 1584

    the Towlebowthe. His bill was refused, the Kinge himself especiall opponinge himself therunto. It is also reported that the Lorde Gowrie is to be straightned shortlie and that the Erle of Anguse last passinge by to his warde, to be Subscribers-only content

    LXXIV, Act of Parliament entitled 'Annexation of the Temporalities of Benefices to the Crown' (1587)

    of thair infeftmentis maid to thame thairof, thay ar to say, the landis and lordschip of Torphechin, the erldome of Gowrie, the lordschip and leving of Deir, now callit the lordschip of Altrie, the landis and baronies of Newbotle, with

    Index, A, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    and Gowrie, 375; Montrose gave first information to, that Gowrie desir ed his presence, 376; Colonel Stewart and George Young press Gowrie to write to (19th) surmise by, against Gowrie driven to lay forth the letter of Gilbert Billie Gowrie Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , , AI , : ~ - - - :StX &biaba an ~~ Ymse y neyddion o faeyrfeade- byniwyd yr wythnos ddiweddatfyn rhai pysig c -y rhai mwyaf pwyaig a 'dderbyniwyd o'r lie hwnw. Yr oeddym yn diegyvjl er'ls Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    se. lected by her Majesty to be sung by Mr Wilson were- " Farewell to Lochaber," " The Lass o' Gowrie," " Auld Robin Gray," " The Flowers of the Forest," "Wae's me for Prince Charlie," and " Pibroeh o' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    You know it, Gowrie ? Gowrie. And despise the baseness That would insult an old man's silver hair With ribald mirth. James. Gadzooks! young gentleman, Yoiu csoose not gentle words. Is he still gay, Old Beza? Gowrie. Filled with noble Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is that of a true poet, Mr White (to whom we are alreadv indebted for themasterlyhistoric painting of tbeEarZ of Gowrie and the King of the Com2mons) has taken the tastes, habits, and royal inaptitude of the Third James, much Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the last Earl of Gowrie was as amiable, as ealiglhtened, and as innocent of all offenceagainst the King as-any man in- Scotland." He '.has maintained, therefore, and ever will maintain, that it was not Gowrie and his brother who Subscribers-only content


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