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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, I, 01 January 1584-30 June 1585

    61; withdrawn, 128. Inclouden : See Linclouden. Indermerky , : obtains a year's respite (24th March 1583 4), 52. Innerwick , Laird of: murdered, 334. Inverness : 26. Ipswich : 122. Ireland : the King of Spain to invade, 8; Subscribers-only content

    Index, I, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    Sept. 1561), 548; brother of Lord Methven, 605. Innerwick : English camp at (17th Sept. 1549), 180; French horse taken in, 390 1. Laird of: to dismantle Dunbar, 454. See Hamilton of Innerwick. Innes , John, of that Ilk: signs Subscribers-only content

    Index, I, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    , 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 (Inchkeith): Livingston and Fleming ready with soldiers to Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 5, 12 January 1647, 12 January 1647-12 January 1647

    Shillings and Eight-pence; the Sum of Three thousand Eight hundred Threescore-six Pounds Thirteen Shillings Four-pence, to James Maxwell , of Innerwick , Esquire; the Sum of Nineteen thousand Eighteen Pounds Twelve Shillings Four-pence, to Sir Wm. Dick Knight; the Sum

    Index, E

    837 (1), 872 (1), 912 (2, 4), 951 (2). Emperor , the, his Ambassador, 167, 173 (2). Enderwick , see Innerwick. Engleby , Sir William, see Ingleby. Enkhuysen , 1102 (3). Ericson , Steno, 204 (1), 323 (2). Errington ,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Felpham FELPHAM AND MIDDLETON c. 1875

    estate in Felpham was divided between his sons Thomas and Edmund, Thomas receiving Innerwick farm (175 a.) and Edmund Outerwick (134 a.). At Thomas's death in 1864 Innerwick was sold to John Kent , former racehorse trai ner to the

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    fms., Felpham Beach estate, fields, open, fishing, Flansham , q.v . glebe, incl., ind., see Felpham , trades and ind. Innerwick , see Felpham , Wick inns and public hos., library, local govt., man., man. ho., Manor Fmho. (otherwise Old

    Yapton YAPTON c. 1875

    (0) (TS. cat.); sale cat. of Bonhams fm. 1876, in possession of Mr. Broughton . Above, Felpham , manor ( Innerwick fm.). Kelly 's Dir. Suss . ( 1903 and later edns.); cf. W.S.R.O., IR 12, f. 52; ibid. SP

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Millatan 4y ........C lark 0 s 11' 8 Mr A Coats's Fiddlestriu.zby ......... Cowe 0 10 5 ir James nHope's Innerwick 4y ........ JFarrell 0 e 10 5 MrJSloGuigani' MorninggStarII4y..A Banner 0 e 10 5 ItrC!Mauritzen'sLall4y ........W Saiers 0 V Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grass. wine, atui furniture, left Berwirck at eleven o'clock nD Saturday 3 night for Eidtnbergh. When between Cockluriscpath - and Innerwick, owing to the breaking of an axle, sixteen of tile waggous left the line, vlitile, was thereby torn op Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goods, ineludiug esparto glass,wis and furniture, left Berwick at eleven o'clock rut' Saturday night for Edinburgh. When between Cockburnspatbi and Innerwick, owing to the breaking of an axle, sixteen ot the waggouus lett the line, vhich was thereby torn up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    its continuance A r three men end a woman, tramps out of work, fromn Ayr- is shire, -were passing near Innerwick, on the borders ef Had- rt dingtonshire, when they were thrown to the ground by the ri lihgh~tning. One Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    derailing the position of the Irish Loyalists. A resolution of svrnmpathy was paqqed. Mr. Meek addressed a large ineetiug in Innerwick on the previous even- jUg. In all parts of Sootlsnd there is a growing interest in the addresseH of Subscribers-only content

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