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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    en dwyltw a'r wreathe prydfartb ar lan y I bedd. tra y cenid uno hoffeynanyu eiu chwaer ' Jot, r Inver of mny soul, ' yh dra edelthiol. Cydymdatmlir o gelon h'r Parcb. John Thomas a'i daulh yn eu pro- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tt E N T W 0 0 D SOUTHPORT. PRINCIPALS: MISS BRIGGS. s s TI1O LT, B.A., (Lond.), L.TR.AJl ]F:SIDEN\T STAI 1: , ,sli lZR B..llons. (Loudl ) 1 ('A1, Catnilliige Higher LIocal CertiFircte. ; M,- 1; NAY. ~Kensington Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IN FIRETS. The pleacures of Taste gradually raise the Mind above the attachments of-- Sense, and prepare it for the enJoy. 1 nests of Virtue. _ BLAPR. BRITISH -INSTITUTION. Thy pazes, Hist'ry, bright of Britain shine Her patriots, sages, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the bigotry and corrupttia of s perannuated O or t ever ated for ever rhalt thoft be Uroso vhie Inver tilnd ihe thot tia 'IhouJ laud ofell a i t sk ies a nItj tl i,, elea r, 'Of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    confilent that the news u e"oud m hla' his MIajetyf ia ppy We tioute th& words as reported in the Inver ness Ooarie, and as copied into the Broughani papers: - Ite s~iid he (cosii4 not easilv ex'press his feliangs Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 March 1736, 3 March 1737

    l o Geo* II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords* prefent Settlement on the laid Peter Legh the Younger, in the Life-time of the faid Peter Legh the Elder with his Confent, to make fuch Jointure and Provifion for Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1740, 16 March 1741

    628 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 174a And thereupon the Agents on both Sides were A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, S n^ \ i hparri ar the Bar by Sir Miles' Stapylton and Subscribers-only content

    16 May 1746, 16 May 1746

    Geo. II. Journals of the Hptffe qj n I Per- The like Proceeding was h,ad, in relation to the Bill, 3 ** intituled, " An Aft for calling any fufpefted Perfon or pear'at Edin- " Perfons, whofe Eftates or Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1746, 22 January 1747

    so Geo. it journals of the Hoiife of Lords. E. Pembroke. E. Lincoln. E. Northampton, E. Warwick. E. Stamford. E. Chefierfield. E. Cer#fe. E. Doncafler. E. Shaftesbury: E. Litchfield. E. Cholmondeley. E. Sutherland. E. Moray i E. Findlater, E. Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1753, 15 May 1753

    26 Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords, " County of fork, to Kirkby in Kendal in the County " from fbfrik aforefaid to Topcliffe in the Korth Ridln* « of Wejlmorland." « of the County of Tork." Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Paddington Bayswater

    for flats or offices over shops between Queen's Road and Inverness Terrace at the Bishop's Road end, where part of Inver Court had been finished before the Second World War, and in 1939 for 60 single houses with garages on

    Index A-J

    Education Authority (I.L.E.A.) , Innos , John, Institute of Occult Social Science Religion , International Catholic Soc. for Girls , Inver Ct. , Inverforth , Baron, see Weir Inverforth Ho . , Invergarry Ho . , Inverness Ct. hotel ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, 1561, 01 January 1561-31 December 1561

    Cecil Papers 1561 1561 James MackConell. 1560 1, Jan. 20. Indenture between the Queen and James MackConell, of Scotland. The Queen grants to him the lands lying between the Inewre [Inver? ] and the Boyse [Bush? ] in Ireland,

    Index, I, 01 November 1600-31 July 1601

    co. Westmeath, 178, 282, 422. , , forces on, 225. Intelligences , sent to Sir G. Fenton, 152, 154, 157. Inver , harbour of, Spanish ships said to be come to, 108. Ireland , Attorney of. See Wilbraham, Roger. , Subscribers-only content

    Index, H I

    chase of fleet bound to, 577. fleet of, 607. Inschellyng , Ireland, 508. Inventions for defence of harbours , 152. Inver (Ineure), the, 57. Ipswich , 90, 502. Ireland , 447, 533, 546, 558, 580. Auditor of. See Peyto n.


    great ship which lay at anchor there, and that there was another great ship with 500 men cast away at Inver, the farthest part of "Irrysse," and all the rest of the ships which lay thereabouts gone to sea, saving Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17, 6 February 1704, 06 February 1704-06 February 1704

    Strath Glasse . "The Stuart of Appin . "The Highlanders belonging to Perth . "Some Horse out of Murray and Inver ness , with Inns of Caxton and others. "Some Graunts by Badendalish . "Some of the Rosses of Belnagonens

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The siege of London., 1885

    attack the invaders, there was great joy in the Scotch camp, as well as in the towns of Assynt and Inver . This rejoicing, however, was speedily turned to sorrow when it was seen that the vessels were not English Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    set in motion again, but were speedily followed by the enemy, while a strong French force was ordered to occupy Inver ¬ ness. This was not done, however, without considerable difficulty, for the inhabitants opposed them with great fury, even Subscribers-only content

    The Union of 1707 viewed financially., 1887

    Wick Burghs. Db Pv . MAODONALD, M.P., Ross and Oi-omarty. HUGH WATT , M.r., Camlachie, Glasgow C. ERASER MACINTOSH, M.P., Inver ¬ ness-shire. " WILLIAM JACKS , Ex.-M.P., Loith Burgle. Rest. D. MACRAE , Gilfillan Memorial Church, Dundee . Bky. Subscribers-only content

    How Edinburgh is governed: a handbook for citizens., 1891

    the Meadows, Bruntsfield Links , Princes Street Gardens, East and West, Waverley Gardens (on top of Market), Calton Hill , Inver - leith Park, Regent Road Park, Blackford Hill , Harrison Park , and Braid Hills , Rangers are appointed Subscribers-only content

    Ought or ought not the Established Church of Scotland to be disendowed and abolished?., 1885

    but in their secession remained unshaken in their adherence to the great principles of an establishment. A forced settlement at Inver - keithing in 1752 gave origin to the Relief Church, the name of the denomination pointing to relief from Subscribers-only content


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