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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, July 1583-October 1583, 19 July 1583-06 October 1583

    Andrewe [for ] vj kyne and oxen. West Marches. ij Septembris . Christopher Bellman of Hedderswoode [uppon ] Jocke Armestronge, Kinmonth Jocke, and Ecky of Stubbholme [for ] xx kyne and oxen, and three horses and their insight. Riddsdale. xviij Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 2, July 1597, 01 July 1597-31 July 1597

    assembled the people to pursue them, but finding themselves unable to "inconter with Liddisdaill upon the suden," they went to Kinmonth and took "300 th horses and kine," which I ordered to be delivered to the poor people in Gilsland, Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 2, August 1601, 01 August 1601-31 August 1601

    road both for border thieves and her Majesty's forces. Thereby his kindred, mostly cousins german, as Mangerton and Whithaugh, and Kinmonth (whose sister Jocke married) haunt that neighbourhood for bad purposes, and have banished the Queen's true subjects and oppress Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 2, August 1597, 01 August 1597-31 August 1597

    of the whole country, I discharged Thomas Carleton from his office, "then in revenge, trayterouslye with his associats, he conspires Kinmonth his rescue and deliverie," about which under your direction, I procured the coming up of the Grames, with whom Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    Will alias Kynmont, and Jocke his son: asked by Scrope in exchange for two principal Graymes, pp. 149 50; Will, "Kinmonth:" raids and murder by, 595; in a Tynedale day foray, with 1000 horse, 6th Oct. (19th Oct.), 908; before Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the Judges,: (Messrs. A. Kinmonth, Crozier, Christy, and John B3nmet) awarded the prizes in the fol- lowing order :-1st prize, the Society's silver medal to Mr. R. Hutcheson; 2d, drill harrow to Mr. Kinmonth, plough held by W. Morton; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    |B:ENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF ST. PATRICK.I The fifty.first anniversary dinner of this excellent charity was held on Monday at the Freemasons' Tavern, London. About 300 gentlemen attended- among whom were- Marquis of Clanricarde, Earl of Clanwilliam, Earl of Por- tarlington, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ireland"- ." The AArmy and Navy.!' , After which the Chairman called on the judges of the cattle (Messrs. Alex. Kinmonth, Joseph Carswell, and Andrew Marshall.) for their decision ; I %which Mr. Kinnionth gave as follows :-For ithe best Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or second prem'-um two years in succeision. A great deal of tisefil inforlm'tioii, Ott scrictdtiltltl sulljetrs, weI given by Me'srs. Kinmonth, 1Mull;aln, Hutchinisotn, Boichantan, Kidd, Davison, &r'. anrd the comnisily separated at tine o'clock, mtch giatified by tile prteerdivigs of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., Springthill, q0 0 Robert Carlile, Esq., Ballymaconaghy, 2 0 0 William Simius, Esq., Linen Hall, 1 0 0 Alexander Kinmonth, Esq., Deer Park, 1 0 /) Hugh Hughes, Esq., Ballyculter, I 0 0 William Copeland, Esq., Craighilly, I 0 Subscribers-only content

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