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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, I, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    (Inchenan): Countess of Lennox endowed of, 244; chief house of the Earls of Lennox, 256. Inchmahome : loch called, 259. Innerpeffray , Laird of (Drummond): 259. Innermeath : Lord Innermeath's chief house, 261; at Dunfermline's election (18th June 1578), 301; Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, March 1560, 01 March 1560-31 March 1560

    the pains to come over to me, for the "weill of all bes ines as ye sall ken at meting." Innerpeffray. Signed : "Your gud friend and cussyng, Hwntly." p. Holograph (?). Addressed : "To my rycht trest cusing William Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    Elizabeth from Perth (7th March 1559 60), 329; to Cecil with assurances, & c., ib .; to Maitland thereon, from Innerpeffray, wishing to see him, ib .; Lord James and Arran wish his letters kept safe, 330; prepares to join Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, March 1560, 6-10, 06 March 1560-10 March 1560

    soon as Maitland returns home, the writer desires him to appoint a meeting with him. Asks credit for the bearer. Innerpeffray, 7 March 1560. Signed . Orig. Add. Endd. by Cecil. Pp . 2. March 7. R. O. 831 .

    Elizabeth, December 1577, 01 December 1577-31 December 1577

    married; their chief house, called Drymen [Drymmen ] , stands on Stratherne. There are of that surname the Lairds of Innerpeffray, "Harne" [Carno ] , Drummond, and others; not of great power; a surname subtle and of cruel stomach, as Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the history of Scotland in nrediev al times, old manu- scripts, and early newspapers forms part of the treasures at Innerpeffray. The peolple of Crief are fortunate in obtaining possessioa 01 this valulable collection. The librar~y was founded by Lord Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WA.isISLEY and soxs Auetianeeres El:~and Cionlualiofl Agenta, .No. 2, lOt. eLes E ofm uicoasignedtothe t Yd9Ond dtgr1P ofsh P0556510 taken under bills of I ott~ or preaJ6l. 4 agadcloth. Ole, d ists n , ),o d, arc sale of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~ 51 ~ pc~~~ILLy, BRADFORD. 4;7 w" 1? ~ f~eccOStirnodFloor SALE ROOMS. muad NVOTIONS under- I,.ilf aon ariga kanes adote d reeRve Inaructions from T. tea`0 r ing Yorktbire. to tell by Auction. on Troeodaa f50iesi '4'le 7tA cad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a remarkably low stato thle whole Summer, wrhiol has enabled parties to prosecute pearl fishing with con- siderable success. At Innerpeffray and Colquhalzie ponrls abound in the river; and this senson a good number have been found, ranging in value Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    continued wet wea- ther, which prevents sportSmen0 being regtilarly out. The Viscount Dupplin and the Hon. Captain Hay Drummond, of Innerpeffray, had exceedingly good sport on Cromlix last week, the sport being fully better than was even ekpseted. Oa Carim, Subscribers-only content

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