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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 2, Appendix, 01 May 1596-31 May 1596

    m. and dwelling in Scotland. One daughter m. to Armstrong of Cafell in Scotland, another to Hector Armstrong of the Harelaw in Scotland. Jock of the Cawfell, & c., now common spoilers of the Queen's subjects. 4. John of Medoppe. Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    Sandie Rinion: and sons sought by Johnston about Langholm (29th Aug.), 795. one Paton: no friend to Braconhill, 144; "Pawtie Harelaw": raids by, 199; Petti, a murderer of Carmichael, slain, 811. Dick, of Leven: robbed, 64. Richard: spoiled (July), 183; Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    Harbottle : Farnyhurst, & c., received at, 706. Hare , Mr: in the Tower, 396; used uncomely words, ib . Harelaw (Hairlaw) Woods: 610. Harquebusiers : 200 to be hasted to Leith (13th Oct. 1571), 7; embarked to maintain the Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, I, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    of his funds, & c., 779. Hardret : Cecil's packet sent after (25th Aug.), 619. Hare , William: 156, 157. Harelaw (Herlaw), the thieves of: 138; houses burned, 181. Pawtie of the: raid by, 265. Harlesey , West: John Carey's Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 2, November 1597, 01 November 1597-30 November 1597

    in each division would rise; wherefore they gave that watch up till Friday 19 th instant, when we meet at Harelaw picke to view and muster the horsemen of this ward, and there think to conclude for a nightly watch Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PICTURES OF OLD LEEDS.' I 11From Various Galleries. . ~ 4 ^' (Collected by IF. Wheater.) 1 No. XVIII. SOME OLD LANDOWNERS. One the 9th September, 1703, Ralph Thoresby "walked e with the Lotds of the Manor to Shipaqar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were 168 abiimals, and the total sum realised was close on £4,500. Plevro-pueumouia has broken oat on the farm of Harelaw, Rox- burghshire. The local authority has taken the neediul steps to isolate the infected places. In the end of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    advance of 9s per acre. The farm of Hassington, belonging to the same proprietor, has been let to Mr Lowrie, Harelaw, at even a greater advance per acre Mr Usher, Stodrig, near Kelso, has been fortunate in securing the farm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS Tin Rst. ay. The Lord Chancellor took his teat ou the wool* sack at a quarter-past four o e'.o.-k. THE LUNACY ACTS*. Ou the motion for go ng into Committee on the Lunacy Acts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MONETARY & COMMERCIAL. Lo.DO-, Sattxrday Efening. The supply of money continue, large, and there has been absolutely no demaul to-day, although Short Loana were ouote las low at h er cent. Dis- count also rnled very quiet, 3 months' Subscribers-only content

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