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    Elizabeth, August 1576, 01 August 1576-31 August 1576

    laws and treaties of peace to be observed. Renewed his offer to him, by John Carmichael, at the meeting at Halterburn in May. At which time he made a distinction betwixt the fugitives of Liddisdale who followed Farnyhurst and those Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Index, H, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    Hall , : the Bishop of Ross the death of, 105. Haller , : book brought from Germany by, 328. Halterburn : meeting appointed at, 222. "Halymannis coif" : Andrew Reed born at, 15; 28. Halzards : John Grahame's letter Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who encountered the man on a lonelyt e road leading out of Yetholhn, on the hills by way' it of Halterburn. On boingr questioned, he admitted' i. that his name was Waddell, that be came from d Birtley, and stated Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    at Yetholm and Kirk Yetholm, but baffied all attempts at capture. Coming into Yetholm by way of the farm of Halterburn, a Mr Steubouse, wool mer- chant, Yetholm, encountered Waddle, who was evidently making hia way to the hills. The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Whiteway Lodge., 11.30. Graftou - Monday, Preston Capes; Wednesday, Silverstone ; Friday, Whitfield ; Saturday, Hartwell, 11. Grey's, Mr.- Monday, Halterburn ; Friday, Lanton Ford, 11. Hambledon - Monday, The Trooper Inn ; Wednesday, Stoke Park; Friday, Bold Forester; Saturday. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of Yetholm, who encountered the man on a lonely road leading out of Yetholm on the hills by way of Halterburn. On being questioned he admitted that his name was Wad- dell, that he came from Birtley, and stated that Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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