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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, H, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    (Heatepoole), 633. Heisleside , : a pair of stamps in the hands of, 202. Hekkebek : a Frenchman called, 24. Henderston , Laird of: 263. Hendon : Killigrew's letter dated at (15th Oct. 1574), 64. Heneage , Sir Thomas (Mr Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, December 1577, 01 December 1577-31 December 1577

    house, called Elphinstoun, lies on the east of Stirling towards Forth river. There is of that surname the Laird of Henderston, in the same shire. Of no great power and living. Allied with, and depending on Lord Erskine, now Earl Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    realise- £1. about.4200. ' I. abiout £650. £3. aboent £-340. By 2. aboat £216. £4. about £480. E Addrcess, George Henderston Hampeteed, London. EnlAblished ,A on 1I69. Correnpandonce free. cIO56 nana. THE LMRvm POOoL CUP,-If yoru wish to be ontiho Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLASGOW ...........FRt DAY, IdoIt May. Teemi LtONDOtNDERRtY....... 'rAT~uitt aY, O May. Salocon Cabiii.'........Thirteen Guineas. Steerage,............ hixttilias, Apply to ]Oarodyeide and Henderston, $1, Union Stree~t, Glasgo anrd 001, Psyle Street, Londotiderry. '270 1?MIBGRiATlON. -NEW YORK, £3j. 10s. ; Stoman, IJu £06. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUJS. I NAXVAL INTELLIO~NCE.-The Ajustrinn screwfrigate Fadet-zky, 31, Capt. Eneene Bary, from the North, boaun to- Cadiz, put into Plymoiuth Sound on %luesday for coal. '1h iron-caoed screw steamship prince Consort, 35, Capt. George 0. W'illes, C.B., 'Will probably Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pupils instructed individually (jirvtely if preferredl. ; RBVATra TUITION woR Lpnrcg ir WsRTrrrG, &c. Pupils tu commence any time. Mrs. Henderston, l Belle Vue. oad: or Tower Buildings, top of Albioa-street. Leeds. WATERBURY W ATCHX PRICE JOS. 6D. EACH. e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William Falkengbridge, wine and spirit merchant; George Gray, boot ano shoemaker; Christopher Marwood, ship owner; Walter H. Pymasi, farmer; Benjamin Henderston, Roman Catholic priest; Robert Blaine, breer;Edwrd . ewel, rocr;and Matthew Weliburn, butcher. FATAL ACCIDENT TO A WHITBY TRADESMAN.- On Subscribers-only content

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