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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, I, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    see if Livingston and Fleming can get to (25th Nov. 1571), 51, 145. Inchcolm (Santcolmsinche), Abbot of: at the Parliament (17th and 26th Jan. 1572 3), 465, 484; a commissioner for James VI. (Sept. 1571), 686. Inchennen , isle of: Subscribers-only content

    Index, I, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    yearly plan of for fisheries, linen, and wool manufactures, 170, 324, 325, 465, 485. In supers ( see Exchequer Court). Inchcolm . See St. Colme. Indemnity , Act of. See Smugglers' compositions. Independent companies . See Jamaica, New York. Indians

    Index, H, I

    1072, 1081, 1087 (3) 1092 (1). Hurste , , 449. I. Ichingham , see Gillingham. Inch , the, see Inchkeith. Inchcolm , the Abbot of, see Stuart, James, of Beith. Inchkeith , 20 (4), 76 (2), 101 (3), 139 (1),

    Index, S

    (4, 7), 1081, 1087 (1, 3). St. Asaph , Thomas Goldwell, Bishop of, 838 (4). St. Colms Inch , see Inchcolm. St. Denis , 952 (10). St. Dizier (H. Marne), 50 (5, 8), 52 (2), 57 (1, 3), 133 (6).

    Index, I, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    Wicks' executors and, 73, 460. Ince , William, captain en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 155; petitioner, 571. Inchcolm , island of, co. Fife, proposal to air infected goods on, refused by the Earl of Murray, 178. Inchiquin

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and rites of our forefathers." Perhaps, the paper on " An Old Stone-roofed Cell or Oratory in the Island of Inchcolm. " affords the best example of Sir James Simpson's careful observation and varied powers. The humble structure in question, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coasts, which could be collected at a trifling expense. I last year made trial of it from an island near Inchcolm, took a boat in the morn- ing, and with some small spades, mason's trowels, and some bags clambered to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tuesday moming, when, having parted Erom both anchors, she was driven down the Firth and struck on Bfedulse Rocks, near Inchcolm. The crew book to the rigging, remaining exposed to the severe gale tor six hours. The vessel parted about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Henry C. Coupland's Heriot. Mr Henry C. Coupland's Sister of Mercy. Mr Crowtheir Harrison's f Cream Cheese. Mr W. Hudson's Inchcolm. Mr W. Hudson's St. Cuthbert. Mr J. M.Jennings' Treasury. Mr J. Johnstone's Alfonso. Mr J. Johnstone's Cbarles Edward. Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a fast sailing custom-house wherry. It made very good way, and the wherry, in returning with a fair wind from Inchcolm to the harbour of Leith - six or seven miles - was beat by a few minutes. Mr. Miller Subscribers-only content

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