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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, June 1590, 01 June 1590-30 June 1590

    upon Hobb Robsoun of Bearupp, Mungo and Geles Dugles of Hownam kirke, for 4 kye, on 10 August 1588. William Gray, upon Jocke Dugles of Dowgles rawe, Adam Dowgles of Hownam kirke, Andrew Dowgles of the Brea, Dande Dowgles of Subscribers-only content

    Index, P, Q, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    the French guard, passport to, 784. Pringle , Alex., of Stichill: bill referred, 346. Dand, in Hownam: sheep driven, 182; younger , of Hownam; pledge, 230; quits a bill, 264; fyled, 346; a pledge, 350, 541, 592; breaks out of Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    Thomas: a Scotsman commended by Scrope to Davison (11th July), 244; bearer of letters between them, 245, 249. Wattie, of Hownam kirk: Hunthill's man, steals "hoges," p. 359. William: envoy to Scotland, bears treasury order on Forster for 1000 l Subscribers-only content

    Index, O, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    son, raid by, p. 357. Dande, "the lover": raid by, p. 357. David, of Hindehaughead: raid by, 174. Hobb, of Hownam: raid by, p. 361. Hobb, of Mowe: raid by, p. 364. Peter: sheep stealer, p. 359. Thomas, of Lustrother: Subscribers-only content

    Index, P, Q, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    Russell shot, p. 190. Andrew (Lesburie): raid on, p. 364. Dande, of Todesknowe: quits a bill, p. 358. Dande, of Hownam: raid by, p. 360. Davie, of Over Chatto: raids by, pp. 361, 362. George: present when Lord Russell shot, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 August 1820, 21 August 1820

    380 21° Augiisti, ^.1820, 1 G 11 Tell us the Gentlemen first, and then the Ladies ?" " Monsieur Sicard" <« What was he ?" « Maitre d'Hotel. Captain Hesse." « What was he ?" " It was said Subscribers-only content

    21 August 1820, 21 August 1820

    follow Her." " Who went ashore at Capo D'Anza ?" " The Princess, the Sister of Pergami, Countess Oldi, " Hownam, the Turk, the Moor, a Man called the " Camera." " Who was the Turk ; how was he Subscribers-only content

    22 August 1820, 22 August 1820

    with a drawn Sword in " his Hand upon that Occasion ?" " I cannot remember that." " Was Captain Hownam there upon that Occasion ?" " I do not remember whether he was there." " Was Hieronimus ?" " Subscribers-only content

    22 August 1820, 22 August 1820

    the Polacca, where did Hieronimus sleep in general ?" " I do not recollect." " " iC Where did Mr. Hownam sleep ?" " I do not recollect." " Where did William Austin sleep ?" " I do not remember." Subscribers-only content

    22 August 1820, 22 August 1820

    " in those Plays which were acted at Her private « Theatre?" " I do not recollect." " Did Mr. Hownam never act ?" " I do not recollect." " Mr. Cavalletti ?" " I do not recollect." " Do Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manheim is a letter of this preux Che- valier himself, I in wbich be says that hi z challengler (Lieut, Hownam) had not arrived at the time he (the Baron) had nbamed ; and he alludes to a letter sent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whether you would like yo.or wife-(Nos, no, anid sone Jaughter)-would you hove any objection, or vooneive it improper that Mrs. Hownam sholioti so sleep in a, tent with a male person ?-Every mat,, I trtsst, lookss at his w ife Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SCENES. ANX; SONGS IN' TfE! NEW BEGOAWRS OPERA. [Continued.) Air- Would you hove ayoung rirghn? Mae.- If the-heart of one man is perplexed with swears, The mist is dispelled when a Hownarn appears; Like-anote turn'd to gold, heocompletely, completely Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    either male or female, for ever, shlaU enjoy this honour. 11 Fourthly-This honour shall be granted to yea, Jos. Robert Hownam, Captain in the English navy, who are created Knigiit in the suite of her Royal Hi-gihness the Princess of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have been called to contradict them, tbtat omission mast be construed agaiitst the defo'ioant.] It would be said, that I.icti. Hownam wis called. " I say, my Lords," said the Solicitor-General, *' it importa nothing wlhat alo. How- aamstates respectintg Subscribers-only content

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