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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1658-31 December 1659

    53. Keith , William, Earl Marshal of Scotland, 67, 70, 78. -, Mary, 70. Kellan , co. York, 16. Kelsey , Col., or Maj.-Gen. Thos., Governor of Dover Castle, and Admiralty Commissioner, 115, 128, 281, 357, 378, 384, 492, 527, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix of illustrative documents, Nos. i-xxviii

    magna via [vadit ] per Ernestan usque plessicium quod factum est propter Scottos et per plessicium sursum usque ad Hovedh Kellan et inde per cilium col lis de Banendesdala ex illa parte que est versus Borgheredala quandiu durat Bananesdala, et

    Charles II, October 1672, 01 October 1672-31 October 1672

    and his house, L[l ] and [d ] ewi Brevy (Brefi), Cardiganshire Congregational " Evan Hughes House of David Hughes, Kellan (Cellan), Cardiganshire Congregational " Thomas Egbeare House of Gregory Millard, Ashburton, Devon Congregational 267 John Chrispin House of Samuel Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as fully reported in the .dereiw'y, and that- the jury were unable to agree.-Mr. FENIVrICO, who appeared for the prisoner Kellan, stated that he now wished to withdraw hie former plea of not: guilty, and Wlead guilty to the count Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL AND GENERAL. LEEDS AncitEity CLtIi.--The contest for bonolvsa in connection with this society took place on Saturday last. Fine weather favourcl the competitors, aid the York round vNis thoroughly enjoyed by' all. Eho result was as follows:-Tlhe Captasucy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of twelve hours each terminated on Saturday night, W. Smith, Pafsley, being first, 347 miles; J Leith, Aberdeen, 320; Pollac Kellan, Edinburgh, 304; Ferguson, Pollockshaws, 2 t7 Robson, Liver- pool, was dinquialifisd, the competition being limited to Scotohmen, FISHERY HARBOUR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BISLEY RIFLE MEETING. IMPERIAL DAY. BiSLEY CAMP, FRmDY.-The programme to-day was long and interesting. No fewier than eight competitions of first-class importance were con- s eluded, and among them was the Prince of Wales', one of the big volunteer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1B. ILyons, Esq , J.P.; John p'inl\v 1 Samuel Gelstor, Erq., Robrert Adtliinst.0' ,n r I Dlyer, R.N.; ('aptain il 'Kellan; J(l 0 ii Worl , Rioduet Workrriaan, Esq., Alexanrler Ilite1 l 1 ' C.E.; Wn. IBell, Esq., Samilulel Vance, Subscribers-only content

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