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  • * British History Online *

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    Surnames beginning 'L'

    £600; Eliz, w; Eliz, d; Sar, d, 1.23 Langon Eliz, ser, 29.16 Langrige Wm, app, 12.20 Langton Mary, ser, 17.16 Langwell Joan, ser, 28.18 Langworth Sar, ser, 78.3 Lankester : Eliz, ser, 29.14 John, 29.4 Lankford Jas, ser, 39.8 Lankisshire

    Selside and Whitwell

    (1612), before Roger Otwaye, gentleman, escheator. Rowland Thornburgh, esquire, was seised at his death of a messuage or tenement called "Langwell" and 40 a. land in Selsatt; the hamlet called Whitwell in Whitwell and certain lands, meadow, feedings and pastures

    House of Lords Journal Volume 29, January 1759, 01 January 1759-31 January 1759

    Culbo, John Mackenzie of Meddat , Sir Thomas Calder of Muirtoun, Archibald 2 Stewart, Catherine Mackenzie, Kenneth 2 Mackenzie of Langwell, William Dick of Grange, Hugh Ross Merchant in London , and William Scot Mason in Pittenween , may be

    Entry Book, November 1685, 11-15, 12 November 1685-15 November 1685

    executed for high treason who were convicted at Taunton: Sim. Hamlyn, Hugh Ashley, Pearce Morren, Rich. Bovett, John Bushell, David Langwell, John Stephens, Nicho. Collins, senr., Barnab Divericks, Tho. Hurford, Jona England, John Pattrum, Jos. Kellaway, Andr. Rownsell, Robt. Fawne,

    General index, L - Z

    " William, 298. Langperbeck , Strickland Roger , 265. Langstreth , Richard, 315. Langta , John, 254. Langton , 103. Langwell , Selside , 247. Larkrigg , 152, 154, 164, 166, 168, 169, 173. Lascelles , Amicia, 300. " Robert,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the north of England. Last week, Mr D. Ross, gamekeeper to the Duke of Portland on his estate at Langwell, in the north of Scotland, succeeded in cap- turing two fine young golden eagles, one of which was got Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Olsivir Foote Lord Elleemerc's Zagazlg Mr. Naylor's Forestay Ltih~lesmare're LadyClarendou Mir. Peek's Solitude Airs. Gar-ster's Spring Gins-den Duke of Portland's Langwell M~r. Gilbert's Sister to Sailor Duke of Portland's Rtosy Stern Prince fluke of Portland's Satcelse Ilrs. Gilbert's eby PrincoCharlie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PWrry's Frontispiecae I of Colonel Forester's Quicksilver Mr. Porter's The Captain ' us Chevalier Ginistrelli's c, by Duke of Portland!' Langwell Wisdom-Bangle Duke of Portland's Rlosy Morn Chevalier Ginsstreili's Ariosto (lb ax.)Y Duke ef Hamilton's Golian LOrd Isbery's Glamour t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her solitary opponent-Despair-in I.' the AU-~aged StAltes; and Matthew Dawsoe's' Melton made a st uccessful appearance in thle New Stalkes, Langwell, in the same astable, who had been mush fancied, finishing fourth. To-rnorrow nI fancy :-Queen'i Stand Plate, DuiJE op Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been resunmed at twelve o'clokwttiePsI Sweepstakes, but from some reaseon or other not explained the Lraceb waspstpnond nearly fifteen minutes. Langwell had a - slghcalo Iae J" irl in thle betting, bob the result proved jfavourable to tho latter. The Subscribers-only content

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