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  • * British History Online * *

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

    Master of Herries; Laird of Cockpoole the elder; Laird of Cockpoole younger; Laird of Amisfeild; Laird of Applegarth; Laird of Lagg; Laird of Newby; and Goodman of Tushellawe. Sworn. p. Written by Lowther's clerk. Indorsed . 1372. Petition against the Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, August 1581, 01 August 1581-31 August 1581

    Skirling, and the Lorde Herries, married two sisters. Lamanton, married the Lorde Herries sister. Applegarthe, married the Lorde Somervells dowghter. Lagg, married the Larde of Drumblanrig dowghter. Cockpowlle, married the Lorde Somervills dowghter. Empsfeild, married Lorde Herries dowghter. Kirkmighell, married Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 05 October 1642, 05 October 1642-05 October 1642

    they will forbear their Pay for Twelve Months; be referred to the Committee for the Safety of the Kingdom. Apprehending Lagg. Ordered , That Mr. Serjeant send several Men several Ways, for the Apprehending of Captain Legg , escaped out

    Acts and Proceedings, 1618, August

    Lord Vchiltrie, Lord Sanquhar, Lord Boyd: Barones, Wauchtoun, Lutquharn, Glenurquhart younger, Clunie-Gordoun, Bonytoun-Wood, Weemes, Balvaird, Balconie, Balcarras, Balmanno, Bombie, Blackbarronrie, Lagg: Burgesses, for Edinburgh, David Aikenhead, George Foules; for Perth, James Aedie, Constant Malice; for Dundie, Mr Alexander Wedderburn younger,

    Index, L, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    place of meeting, 565, 567. Ladyland (Ladelanes), Barclay of: his attempt on Ailsa supported by Lord Herries, 357. Lagg , Laird of: assiser, 751. Laingh , Edw., of Haughton: fugitive, & c., resetted by Eure, 338; unknown to him, 340. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DYLEDgWTDD YR NGLWYS AT Y CLUIION I A'B TLODION. I V I [PAPTR A DDA1LLZNWYD YX 3FNtHYF1ROD ISOL ARFOX, GAN MR. E. JONES, UPPNR BANGOR] J Yr wyf eibyn hyn wedi'deall digoa i wybod lad yw eymell ein gilydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tra'o anD Commerce. Smithfield lMarket, MODAY-TShe arrival of cattle and sheep from the Continent into the port of London during the past week has been very exten- sive. The offitlal Cuotom-h150e return gives an entry of 1,971 oxen, 134 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    temporary Resilolnce at the Sea-aide, but who are sonable to accrupony them.-Addreso. J. C. W., 95, Ashted Row Birillinsgbaum. 2003 Lagg acsid u heaithsy town is Lineolsre, is desirous of Lady0retldi a Ledy, with or without Serrvast, or two Ltdtes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    isassed achallenge to clergy~nen and others to meet him and discuss the merits of their respective sys- tems, and Mir. Lagg havink secensted the. challenge, the discu~ssion took place at the Resaiing Town Hall, on the 4th and 5th of Subscribers-only content

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