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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1640-31 December 1642

    , Chin, James, General : Charles gives pension and jewel to, 55 to raise two regiments of Danish cavalry, 62. Kintyre , earl of. See Campbell, James. Krabbe , Gregory, Danish ambassador in England : expected, 74 arrival in London,

    Extracts from the records, 1596

    for payment of ane extent of four hundreth and xl. li. for paying of the sudderis ordanit to pas to Kintyre with Crowner Steuart at the Kingis grace command, hes appoyntit thir persounes following for making of the same and

    CXV, Charter of Charles I granting lands and barony of Glasgow to the Duke of Lennox (1641)

    fidelissimorum consiliariorum Joannis comitis de Lowdoune domini de Tellinzean et Mauchline nostri cancellarii regni Scotie, Archibaldi, Argadie marchionis, comitis de Kintyre, domini Campbell de Lorne, Williellmi comitis de Glencairne domini Kilmaris, Johannis comitis de Lindsay domini Perbroth, et domini Jacobi

    Index, A, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    to James VI. from, 282; Dingwall to (24th March 1585 6), 286; 307; returns to Kintyre, 308; 311; continues in the country, 315; at Kintyre, 316; faction of, intend to stay Angus, 328; knows not whither to go, 337; a Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 2, August 1595, 01 August 1595-31 August 1595

    that Angus Maconell lord of Kintyre in Scotland had "listed" 6000 men and "bonnen" for Ireland, which forces it seems from Nicholson's letter, are designed to spoil the isle of Man for this lord of Kintyre and Donell and other Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 May 1685, 22 May 1685

    radon. mentioned by His Majefty in His Speech, was read. " The Declaration of Archibald Earl of Argyle, " Lord Kintyre, Cowell, Campbell, and Lome, " &c. Heritable Sheriff and Lieutenant of the ". Shires of Argyle and Tarbett, and Subscribers-only content

    24 November 1826, 24 November 1826

    Ardpatrick, all Heritors of the Parish of Kilberry, and The Reverend John M'Far lane, the Moderator of the Presbytery of Kintyre, for himself, Vol. LIX. and in name and behalf of and as representing the said Presbytery, Defenders in the Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1829, 2 April 1829

    of the Freeholders, Justices Kintyre: " Elective Franchise, enquire into the Policy of our of the Peace, Commissioners of Supply and other Inha- Protestant State supporting by the Public Money the bitants of the District of Kintyre and Royal Burgh Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1829, 12 June 1829

    Ardpatrick, all Heritors of the Parish of Kilberry ; and The Reverend John M'Farlane, the Moderator of the Presbytery of Kintyre, for himself and in Name and Behalf of and as representing the said Presbytery, Defenders in the Action therein Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    of Sutton Coldfield; Inhabitants of Sutton Coldfield; Owner, &c. of the Brig Martin of Liverpool; Glassford; Synod of Ross; Dalserf; Kintyre; Auchinleck; Presbyterian Con¬ gregation, Magilligan; Granston and St. Nicholas; Clergy of Liverpool; and Leekhampstead, 337.—Yapton; Southend, Argyllshire; Pembrey; W. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and fig trees, be- cause I am not sure that vines and fig trees are exactly the indigenous productions of Kintyre. Perhaps it will be more proper to say that, if it suits you better, you may sit under your Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Norsemen, wandered over great part of Europe, and Iona was a refuge for learning-the small strait between Ireland and Kintyre allowed no reflux. Whatever is Celtic is Irish. I hold that this is claiming too much, and that MacPherson Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vestige of vegetation from their habitats ; at any rate this mishap has happened recently upon the Yorkshire moor's. From Kintyre the news is anythina but exhilarating. "The disease " has this year wrought melancholy havoc amongst the grouse, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pleasures of the isle, with perhaps now and then an incursion into the comparative civilisation of Ardrossan, or Campbelton in Kintyre. If these be enough, one can keep content- ment, and get health apace under the rule of His Grace Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Din foet deest the narrow isthmus which, dividing the east and ror west loecs of Tarbert, unites the Miull of Kintyre to thle on maiilanl. Slich a canal would give a direct passage from an, thle Clyde to the Atlantic, Subscribers-only content

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