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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, I, 01 November 1569-30 September 1571

    Sept. 1571), 690; writing out of (9th), 691; 702. Lord Deputy of: 349. Irish Bishop : in the Marshalsea, 556. Irvine (Irwen): 192; represented in the parliament (28th Aug. 1571), 670. Isle of Man : 113. Islington : Bishop of Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1837

    Church of Fullarton, Half-way Irvine, to the Presbytery of Irvine. The General Assembly, on the Report of the Committee on New Churches, annex to the Presbytery of Irvine the parish, quoad sacra , called Fullarton, Half-way Irvine. XVI. Sess. ult.,

    Treasury Books and Papers, July 1736, 01 July 1736-31 July 1736

    s. representing bounty on a parcel of white herrings exported from Irvine, said debenture having been, on the option, as usual, of the exporter, certified from the collector at Irvine on the Excise Commissioners, who refuse to pay same, alleging

    Index, I, 01 October 1592-30 June 1596

    436. Irlandais , John, 390, 391. Irraght I Connoghor , 8. Irris , 13, 313, 522. , rebels in, 369. Irvine , Scotland, 93. Italy , 106, 207, 409, 487. Itchingham , , his suit with Andrew White touching the Subscribers-only content

    Index, I, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    ., 52. Irnok (Earnock), Laird of: prisoner at Langsyde (13th May), 405. Iron , Spanish: seized off Land's End, 652. Irvine : wine cheap at, 111. Isle , the (Islay ?): offers to Argyll in (14th June), 285. Isles , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddau efengvl- ydd i Edinburgh am ychydig ddyddiau. Wedi byny yr ydym yn eu oael yn Neilston, Eilmarnock, Salteouts, ae Irvine, Ayr, Stirline, Perth, Dune;?s:. Aberdeen, Peterbead, Huntley, Montrose, Brechin, Forfar, Arb- routh, Blairgororie, Inverness, Tain, Strathpeffer, Nairn, Elgin, Forres, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nos Sadwrn | fod yr agerlong Clan Maeduff wedi myned yn ddryllia| nos Wener gerilaw Queenstown. Perthynal i'r Mn. Cayzer, Irvine, a'u Cyf., Lerpwl, ac yr oedd wedi y] cychwyn o'r lie hwnw ar ei thaith i Bombay y nos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his bac. lMoses Kiflpatrick, jur.. Wtas krldcked down, and Wmb.-Irvine bad his clheok scarrd with the samne flsh. Kirkpatrick and Irvine, were about tea6 rods from tie deceased. Mlebetca Kirkpatrick, M'ho Was in the house, ftion ten to thirty rods Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ashton-utnder-Lyne (Fe- males), 3378, Gold and Silversmiths, Tidwell, 11,500, Ramangate, Leight, Bray (Females), Bray, Truro (Ebe- nezer Chapel), Btuckland Btriers, Irvine. A requisition, signed by a great ntimber of members of. the Court of Common Council, has been presented to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as from the accom- plished hand of Sir WILLIAM, his father. The Portraits of the able American author, M16r. IF. Irvine, and 273, A Study, by Mr. G. S. NEWTON, will more than catch the eye of Taste ; as Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Irvine, Ayshire, 1853

    Irvine, Ayshire Landscape with a river flowing into the left foreground, men and women, one with a basket, on the near shore, cattle drinking opposite, a bridge with four arches in the distance, between houses among trees on the

    Burns' Monument, 1839

    Burns' Monument [monument, poet] A circular monument with corinthian columns, surmounted by a classical tripod, on a height with buildings to the left, near a bridge over a river, which flows into the right, under a second bridge which

    Burns' Monument, 1839

    Burns' Monument [monument, poet] A circular monument with corinthian columns, surmounted by a classical tripod, on a height with buildings to the left, near a bridge over a river, which flows into the right, under a second bridge which

 

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