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  • * British History Online * *

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    Edward VI - Volume 4, May 1548, 01 May 1548-31 May 1548

    the Scots and French, to proceed to the Frith of Forth to intercept the enemy's ships there, and to fortify Inchkeith and other places. May (?) 10. The King to the Sheriffs and Justices of Peace; to see the beacons Subscribers-only content

    Index, I, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    Inchkeith : 484. Inchmurrin : 699. Innerleith , Laird of: at the convention (19th Nov. 1572), 434. Innermeath (Endermeith), Lord: at Leith (16th Jan. 1572 3), 467. Innerwick (Enderwick), Laird of: at the convention, 15th Nov. 1572, 433. Inskythe Subscribers-only content

    Index, I, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    zeal against (Jan. 1563 4), 35. "Imbroderer" : Mary wishes one at Lochleven (18th July), 355. Inch , the: (Inchkeith), not garrisoned (6th Oct. 1563), 24; fires on the Ayde , 220. Inchaffray , Abbot of: signs Hamilton bond (8th Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, July 1560, 6-10, 06 July 1560-10 July 1560

    of the Scots. 1 2 1. All the French shall be removed save 120 to be stationed in Dunbar and Inchkeith, who are to be amenable to the laws of Scotland; they shall be mustered and paid monthly, and inspected

    Index, H, I

    John, of Pembridge, Hereford, 674. Hyland , John, of Dunkirk, 116 (3). I. Inch , the, see Inchkeith. Inch Drynich , 629 (1). Inchkeith , 89 (6), 94 (4), 124 (2), 133 (10), 206 (1), 210 (3), 239 (4), 242

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    No attempt to bar the way -was made by the defending-squadron, and the invading ships advanced towards the islhnd of Inchkeith, which is defended by heavy guns. The battleships evidently expected an attack from the forts on the island, as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the vessels were signalled as beingover them, but paid no attention. They were also under the fire of the Inchkeith and Kingstown forts, but actual firing %vas prevented by the general order which forbids r-ing unless commenced by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    friendly visitor, and opeal also for the departure of your vessels to every quarter of the globe. That gallast island Inchkeith still rises gloriously from the waters of the Forti. Your beautiful prosiects are still bounded'by those picturesque hills of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the Wanior was a Intl mile from her hmooribgs, ewesp- iing under easy steam past the north aide of Inchkeith. The Wanies's course was shaped towards a point between the Island of MlPy and the Bass Rock, thence backward Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be to command by a cross Afire the channel on both sides of Inchkeith. From Inohkeith to Kinghormness the distance is three miles, and from Inchkeith to the Martello tower three and a half miles. The channel between the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEE, Sir Richard (1501/2-75), of Sopwell, Herts.

    elsewhere or go to Berwick at his option, in consideration of ‘his age and travail’. He surveyed Leith, Edinburgh and Inchkeith in 1559, and in the same year was sent on a mission to Antwerp. Recognized as England’s leading military

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