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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, A - K

    449, 450. Gavin Hamilton of, 450. James, 191. Sir James, parson of Erskine, 456. Thomas, his son, feu right in Ibrox confirmed by James VI. to, 456. Hindland , 217, 229, 233. Hislop (Hislahop), Thomas, 91. Hodgis , Thomas, 79.

    Historical preface, 1588-99

    lands of Lambhill; to Thomas Hill, son of Sir James Hill, parson of Erskine, a part of the lands of Ibrox; and to certain other feuars of the archbishopric various feu-rights granted to them. 64 On the 5th October, 1596,

    Index, E-L

    400 2, 493 4, a81, a83, a86. master of work, 414. Hutchison . See "Hutcheson." Huttoun in Berwickshire , 51. Ibrox , 166. Iceland , divided into quarters, or fierdyngs, 162. Icolmkill , 246, 247. commendator of, 72. Imposts .

    Index, L - Z

    professors of medicine, 453; confirms (1) to George Hutcheson, lands of Lambhill, (2) to Thomas Hill part of lands of Ibrox, (3) to Glasgow, mill on Kelvin, and (4) other feurights, 456; offended, requires Glasgow to elect certain bailies, 462;

    Abstracts of further charters and documents, 1547-1638

    of Lambhill; to Thomas Hill, son of Sir James Hill, pars on of Erskine, a part of the lands of Ibrox; to the provost and bailies of Glasgow, Archibald Lyon's Mill on Kelvin; and to certain other feuars of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    waith ar y laf o Hyd- ref. Hysbysir cyfrol o brogethau gan Joseph Leckie, D.D., y thai a, draddodwyd yni Ibrox, Glasgow, yra. hen yehydig ddyddisu. Cyhooddir yn Glasgow saw Mahebhooc & Sons, ao yn 1lundain gan Macmilhn & Gen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    again equalised and although they had the bestof thegame it resulted in a draw-2 goals each. SCOTLraN v. Ia:L.NnD. -At Ibrox, Glasgow, in beautiful weather, and before six thousand spedtators. Winning the toss, Scotland played with a s*ong wind, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    scored two more goals, thus winning by 3 goals to 2. YUMEN'S PARK V. RAioGEhs.-This grt match came off at Ibrox, near Glmgopw. The play in the first half was an in favour of the Queeni s, who had the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tea adedtwooter oal, nd her opponents one, the rsultbein-CariageWork 4, inrer~s 1. Gc.AnowRAsnis . PsTi s Tnsra-These rivals mT~ a't Ibrox, Gls=., The game was somewhat rough. Th lyin rh is alf wa sligtly in favour of she Ranges , Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLASGOW RAsGERs v. CLYDESDALE HAnxsR -The Clydesdale Harriers, who are composed of the crack Scotch players, met the Rangers at Ibrox. Glasqow won the toss. The Rangers scored at once, the Harrers soon equalising. Before half-time the Rangers put in Subscribers-only content

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