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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, A

    (3), 1957, 2106, 2232, 2320, 2326, 2329, 2387, 2397, 2419, 2444, 2463, 2524, 2578. -, -, at the battle of Langside, 2188. -, -, proclamation by, 2375. -, Countess of, letter to, 778. Arles , Bishop of, 2040 (2). Armentieres

    Index, L

    his petition in favour of Egmont, 1905. Landgrave , see Hesse. Lane , John, letter to, 2280. Langside , battle of, 2180, 2181, 2183, 2185, 2188, 2220, 2239, 2264. Langton , 810. -, Laird of, 1314. Languedoc , 771, 2135,

    Elizabeth, June 1575, 01 June 1575-30 June 1575

    at that time given by the governor. Item: given by the first Regent to Lord Hume, another single falcon, at Langside [Launsyde ] , which Lord Hume's arms are on. Item: two "merlownis" of brass brought out of Fast Castle, Subscribers-only content

    Historical preface, 1547-69

    he resolved to attack the q ueen's forces on their passage from Hamilton to Dunbarton. The encounter took place at Langside, in the immediate vicinity of the city. The queen's army was under the command of Argyle; but that of

    Elizabeth, May 1568, 1-15, 01 May 1568-15 May 1568

    a piece. Paris, 12 May 1568. Signed . Add. Endd. Pp . 2 . May 13. 2180 . Battle of Langside. Lists of the Lords on the Queen's and Regent's sides, with names of the principal that were slain on

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.I.622

    Penistone (Peniston) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: JeremyBramah [Bramall] Role: witness Details: male; 35 Employment: Farmer Location: Penistone (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Langsett (Langside) : undefined Participant: JohnIrie [Irie] Role: witness Details: male; 46 Employment: Weaver Location: Penistone (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Penistone (Peniston) :

    CP.E.81

    Conyngburgh, Conyngsburgh) : undefined Cannot identify - spelling has simply been modernised. Location: Penistone (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Langsett (Langfide, Langefid, Langes', Langside) : township Location: Lacy Sty (Lacy Sty, Lascisty) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Penistone (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Saltersbrook (Salterbrok) :

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 April 1811, 29 April 1811

    ; clofurc B With a Bill, intituled, " An Aft for enclofing Lands " in the Townfhip of Langset otherwife Langside, in the " Parifh of Peniflon, in the Weft Riding of the County " of Tork ;" to which Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1811, 1 May 1811

    2* vice leäa eft Billa, intituled, " An Act for " enclofing Lands in the Townfhip of Langset otherwife " Langside, in the Parifh of Penifion, in the Weft Rid- « ing of the County of York" Ordered, That the Subscribers-only content

    31 May 1811, 31 May 1811

    of the Contents of the Bill, intituled, " An ^ll' Act for enclofing Lands in the Townfhip of Langsef, otherwife Langside, in the Parifh of Penifion, in the Weft Riding of the County of Tork," was pleafed to confent, in Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1811, 5 June 1811

    3a vice leäa eft Billa, intituled, " An Ad for " enclofing Lands in the Townfhip of Langset, otherwife " Langside, in the Parifh of Penißon, in the Weft Riding " of the County of York." The Queftion was put, Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1811, 6 June 1811

    ; clofure Blll> To return the Bill, intituled, " An Act for enclofing " Lands in the Townfhip of Z,<rag-.re/otherwife Langside, " in the Parifh of Peniflon, in the Weft Riding oi the " County of Tork;" and to acquaint Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the celebrated Bothwellhaugh. He was one of those, our readers may recollect, saved fromt Murray's cutches, after the hattie of Langside, by the intercession of John Knox. He was saved, however, only for more wretched misery. When Bothwellhaugh, a dishonoured Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    when the news arrived of the escape of Mary from Lochleven. Then followed in rapid succession the fatal fight at Langside, and the flight of the Scottish Queen to England. It is amusing just now to read the account of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that Earl Catbcart intends to erect a memorial on the spot, at Court Knowe, from which Queen Mary Stuart saw Langside fight. The monument is to be of granite, bearing the Scottish crown and inscription, "M. R., May ye 15th, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to-day. Laurie stated to the policemian who captured him that ho was on his way to visit his friends at Langside for the last time, and then he meant to lav the place for ever. Although no definite in- formation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £l16,000. Slie esedate ilerires its namle fi-on Queeon diry hot, en lice precipiirato Iligoht te Eniglandl, after the hiattlo of Langside, enliharkesi these iii - an opsei Icoslt to crocs the Solway, andi never aigain seat hem foot oii Scottish Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Regent Moray: the Stanhope essay, 1895., 1895

    he had known and served for seven years. Moreover, his genius was yet to be responsible for the victory of Langside , and the ultimate destruction of Mary ' s cause. Some allowance may be made for the temper of Subscribers-only content

    The Regent Moray: the Stanhope essay, 1895., 1895

    submit to see their motives misinterpreted, it is a platitude. If it mean that from the days of Lochleven and Langside the Regent had gone in terror of the princes of the continent, it is false. He could snap his Subscribers-only content

    The Regent Moray: the Stanhope essay, 1895., 1895

    " and superfluous to expose it. In common with the rest of his house James Hamilton had carried arms at Langside , and suffered the customary penalties of defeat, which do not appear in his case to have been abnormally Subscribers-only content

    Autobiography ... with a selection of his papers on the antiquities of old Glasgow., 1865

    all M ' Arthur ' s scholars of 1782 . He succeeded his elder brothers, George and Robert, in the Langside estate, and by the will of his cousin, Nicol Brown , acquired the estates of Lanfin and Water- haughs, Subscribers-only content

    [Testimonial literature ] ., 1836

    (additional), David Anderson James Laurie J. H. Young James Anderson Archibald Fullarton Robert Kettle Miss Crawford , Langside John Reid George Robson H. Lang 'ands and a Friend Hugh Brown Hugh Brown , Jun. J. A. Fullarton William Craig James Subscribers-only content

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