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  • * British History Online * *

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    Simancas, May 1595, 01 May 1595-31 May 1595

    succour, and Baron Balgarys has been here for the last seven months, pleading for them. They have now dispatched Baron Ladyland and John Cecil, as the last messengers they will be able to send on this business. Your Majesty is

    Elizabeth, November 1587, 01 November 1587-30 November 1587

    VI. [Nov. 13. ] Cott. Calig. D. I., fol. 200. "It will pleas your Majestie Fynding this the laerd of Ladyland of mynd pa rtly be seiknes as other occasionis to reteir him self toward his awne hous and moyanes, Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 September 1586-31 March 1589

    to Courcelles by, 486. Ladiland , . . .: servant to Colonel Stewart, 533. Ladyland , Laird of: retires to his own house, 504. La Haye , Monsieur Jehan de: 322. Lalemant , Monsieur Fran ois: 319. La Mare , Subscribers-only content

    Acts and Proceedings, 1588, February

    fields. Thomas Kennedy, Tutor of Cassils, a Papist; Sir John Muir of Kilmarnock, a papist and perverter; the Laird of Ladyland in Cuningham, latly come home out of Flanders, an apostate, reasoning against the truth, and blaspheming. Secondly, It is

    Simancas, July 1593, 01 July 1593-31 July 1593

    Hume, Seton, Sanquhar, Claude Hamilton, Livingston, Herries, Maxwell, Semple, the abbot of New Abbey, and others. Of gentlemen there are Ladyland, Lethington, Johnstone, Eldersley, the three brothers of lord Seton, and many others of the same sort. In the court

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William Coehrane (North Ayrshire) (C), of Woodside and Ladyland, Ayrshiro, is the cily sort of the late Mr. William Cochrane-Patricl, of Ladylend, by Agnes, eldest daughter and heiress of William Cocrane, of Ladyland, whose narrie his father and he assumed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Running P.igiug, Chaene% A-,)hors, Salls, Bomt, &a ; alho,' hei 'Javgo, onaisiting of about 200 Tons PITCH. a. The Ladyland wsie sn Iron Sohooner, 122 Ton CG net register, built under speoial survey at Dumbar- ton, in 1877, ciaseed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at One o'olock, at the BEACH, B A L L Y W A L T E R, the IRON SCHOONER LADYLAND, of Glasgow. as she may then lie Stranded on Scull Martin Rook, on a voyage from Glasgow to Port Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BALLYwALTEn,-Yesterday,' Mr. Hugh Hamilton, of Belfast, acting for Messrs. Sinclair & Boyd, Lloyd's agents, sold by auction the Iron schooner Ladyland, of Glasgow, which went on Scullmartin Rock about a fortnight ago, together with running gear, rigging, chains, anchors, boat, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    back to Greenook for repairs. The Board of Trade In- qulry into the Stranding and subsequent Ions of the ship Ladyland, on the County Down coast, was opened in (;lasgow to day. Several Irish-bound vemaelo are lying in Lamlasli. THE Subscribers-only content

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