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  • * British History Online * *

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    Corrigenda

    Marches." " 220, " 302. Lines one and two: add commas after "Manderstoun, Coldinghame, and Bargany." " 220, " 303. "Hunthill," delete the inverted commas. " 246, " 333. Should be calendared later, but it is difficult to assign an Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, July 1586, 01 July 1586-31 July 1586

    James Carre of Lintloe, Robert Carre brother to the said William Carre, Andrewe Carre laird of Grenheade, John Rudderford of Hunthill, Davide Muscrope deputie provest of Jedworth, Kyrton warden-serjeant, and James Carre, for refusing to enter their bodies into England, Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, October 1567, 01 October 1567-31 October 1567

    The Lord Regent, on hearing your mind, has "deliberat" to take order to content you. and has charged Fernyhirst, Cesford, Hunthill and Badrull, with divers others, to be here "agane Setterdaye nyxt" to answer for their men to be delivered Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, October 1593, 01 October 1593-31 October 1593

    obtainede the Queen of Englands favoure." The Duke, Bothwell and all the Stewar ts are from the court. Farnehirst, with Hunthill and his chief followers, are fled and will not come in to answer, wherfore the King purposeth to pull Subscribers-only content

    State Papers, 1642, August-December, 11 August 1642-17 December 1642

    humble servands, Admondstoune Ednim. Kery Oremhead. Andrew Ker of Lintoune. A. Williamson. T. Weliot. A. Rutherfuirde. Walter Scott. John Scott. Hunthill. Robert Scott quhitsleid. T. Karr of Cabers. William Scott. Robert Pringill. E. Ker of Getshaw. Andrew Ker. Arch. Mader.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 Acme. . . ,7 0 ard Ilnfauns . . 8 5 Royal Arch 613 nf Sevenoaks .. 8 5 Hunthill ... 612 th Callander. . 8 3 C by Landmark-Fanny toe farvest ng .. 8 0 Day . . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rose .. 7 2 P'yrites . , 6 5 Lord Tenspest . 7 2 Iartinis of Tavora- . 6 5 Hunthill .7 2 Fby See Saw-Area Belle 6 2 HEambletonian . 7 2 The AUrTUAINr CuP of 150 so. ;by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Benchw, a 'Thuringia, 2r 'Gl eed >'Uby Torpedo-Al-le 'The Docker, ~3y ".Watch Tower, 4y t Daisy, Zy 'Alflen-,3y 'Portrush, 3y 'Hunthill, 2y 'Theapis, 4y 'Tight Rope, 2y 2.20.1-The RovAL SrkKsssa o 500 ancv..<,Sfx furlongs. age sclb, I -age st b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvon by a hsad; three lengtbs between the second and third. Admiral Benbow was fourth, Golden Arrow fifth, Portrush sixth, Hunthill seventh, and the last pair Were the Torpedo colt and Great Shot.-The vinner was sold to Mr. J. A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (S. Leases). Hunthill (Cannon), Strathbrock colt (White), Sasherton (Bradford), Allies (C. Loates), and Ancrum (F. Park) al so ran.-Betting : 6 to ; on a Auriga, 6 to 1 ag-st tRed Wing If., 100 to 14. aget Hunthill, 10 to Subscribers-only content

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