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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, D, 01 June 1607-30 June 1610

    Maria, 723. Dresden , the King of Denmark to visit the Duke of Saxony at, 875. Drummond , William, of Hawthornden, cited in note to, 774. Duarte , French privateer, 628 and note . Ducats . See Money. Duelling ,

    James I: Volume 22, June, July, 1606, 01 June 1606-31 July 1606

    that for most maintenable actions wield the sword or lance, in the quest of glory." [ By Wm. Drummond of Hawthornden . ] [June 1. ] 2. Copy of the above. June 2. Grant to Arthur Harrington of half the

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 28 April 1830, 28 April 1830-28 April 1830

    on the estate of Moncrieffe , and of Sir John Hope of Craighall , Baronet, Sir Francis Walker Drummond of Hawthornden , Baronet, Thomas Richardson , Writer to the Signet, and James Moncrieffe Melville , Writer to the Signet, Trustees

    Editor's preface

    the poet's biographers how it was that he escaped the gallows, which in one of his confidences to Drummond of Hawthornden he confessed himself to have "come near." There is something grimly fantastic in the notion of so good a

    Venice, January 1610, 01 January 1610-31 January 1610

    pp . 182 186. The Prince appeared under the name of M liades , which in anagram, says Drummond of Hawthornden, maketh a word most worthy of such a Knight, as he was. Miles a Deo . See Winwood, Memorials

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of St Albans Introduction

    Hon. Sir Lewis Mitchell ), High Croft (Mr. E. W. G. Tappley), Danesfield ( Mr. R. L. Howard ), and Hawthornden ( Mr. Horace Slade ). Leading off from Hatfield Road is Marlborough Road , in which is Bricket House,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the neighbourhood of tdinburgh. His Majesty intends to visit the fine ruin of Roslyn Castle and the Chapel; like- wise Hawthornden, the hallowed seat of Drummond the poet, and .proceed from thence by Laswade to Dalkeith. All state matters are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AN. XSTORICAtLFRAGMENT, relative to HER LATE MAJESTY. The enemies of this Fragment seem reduced to an extremity :'-they usevihe lst~sge~e'~.lise "elasn' isbelle' sine tcct.i.-Surely i ol emr manlycistetan .a~ito -aU 'i persons of rank- and. edutationi, to ermilows~u ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    secretary, left Edinburgh on Wednesday morning, and, after breakfasting with Sir F. W. Drummond, and visiting the romantic grounds of Hawthornden, pro- ceeded on his way south. He arrived at Floors, the seat of the Duke of ltoiburghe, the same Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    take a sketch of the new style of portrait painting and of its effect upon.the sitters: Apollo, whom Drummond of Hawthornden styled " Apelles of flowers," Now mixes his showers O sunshine, with colours by clouds undefiled; Apelles indeed to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jonson's Conversations with TWilliam Dru1mmond qf Hawthornden. January 1619. Printed for the Shakspeare Society. 1842. Mr David Laing, of the Signet Library in Edin- burgh, is the editor of this volume. Some few years since he discovered among the papers Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 14th September 1842

    there, in armour. An immense crowd had collected, when we came out of the Chapel. From Rosslyn, we drove to Hawthornden , which is also beautifully situated, as a great height above the river. So our great surprise we found

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Programme

    3. — '* Mrs. Buttercup's Picnic," by A. M.? Heathcote. Song—*' The Vagabond " - Molloy. v.__ -t.-^^^-/^^ •»»,:..¦*-< • HAWTHORNDEN CLIFTON DOWN. March 23rd, 1893. m o ? a ? aq t tl* t Maid len" « f water Subscribers-only content

    Sketches and songs by Mr. Heathcote and Mr. Rootham

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  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Gladstone rule: a retrospective commentary, 1885

    beeches braid in Bilston glade, And sycamores in Dryden - The ivy ' s fauld the caverns auld 0 ' Hawthornden are hidin ' : Faggots wow Faggots Whigs and Whiggish maggots A hundred-winter oak to them Is but a Subscribers-only content

    Evidence on the Forbes-Mackenzie Act: 1877., 1878

    privilege of walking through the Hawthornden grounds on Sunday ?- Not on Sunday. 3774 . Y"et still a good many excursionists go to Ross ¬ lyn ?-Yes ; a good many go round about Hawthornden , but they do not Subscribers-only content

    Evidence on the Forbes-Mackenzie Act: 1877., 1878

    questioned where they come from. 3828 . Is that general with all hotels in the country ?- Y"es. 3829 . Hawthornden is closed on Sunday, you say ?- Yes. 3830 . May I ask you why?-The family who reside there Subscribers-only content

    Evidence on the Forbes-Mackenzie Act: 1877., 1878

    working classes, you say, do not complain of that distinction ?-I have never heard of any complaint. 3843 . Besides Hawthornden can you inform the Com¬ mittee if any other places of public resort are closed on Sunday ?-No, no Subscribers-only content

    Evidence on the Forbes-Mackenzie Act: 1877., 1878

    the neighbourhood of those large towns ?-Certainly not. 3857 . Y'ou were asked by the honourable Member for Dublin about Hawthornden ; is not that a private place -If is a private place, but, as I have stated, they admit Subscribers-only content

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