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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, L

    311 note , 325 note . Lansac , Gui de S. Gelais, Seigneur de, 469 (2). Lanerborn (Northumberland ?), 449. Lasswade (Edinburgh), 711. Late , John, 1037. Lathom (Lancashire), 611. Lauder , 563. -, William, L aird of Halton, 397

    Index, T, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    John: Lady Crawford's messenger, 471. Teinds : demanded as patrimony of the Kirk (June 1566), 292. Tennand , Francis, of Lasswade: forfeited (16th Aug.), 479. Tennis : Norfolk and Leicester play at, 140. Terence : quoted by Maitland against Cecil, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 March 1673-31 October 1673

    , lands and barony of, with patronage of kirk of, and lands of Boghall and other lands in parochines of Lasswade and Pennycuick, warrant for charter of Pepys , Samuel, Clerk of the Acts and Commissioner of the Navy, afterwards Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, February 1560, 5-10, 06 February 1560-10 February 1560

    Edinburgh, three in Musselburgh, with the crews to be lodged in Pinkie House; certain other bands in Dalkeith, Newbattle, and Lasswade. The Queen has proposed to let them lie in garrisons in these parts until she is further advised; but

    Elizabeth, August 1568, 01 August 1568-31 August 1568

    Rechertoun and Whytlaw; M r John Hamilton brother to the laird of Samelstoun: James Hamiltoun of Prestoun; Francis Tennand of Lasswade; Patrick Hebburn of Kirklandhill; Hary Hebburn of Fortoun; Captain Robert Lauder; M r Thomas Hebburn person of Oldhamstoks: And Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Market prayton, to Miss Joanna Townly Scott, of the Brand, in the same county.- Oa the 14th inst. at Lasswade, John tiellatly, Esq. of the Carron Company, Leith, to Abigail, eldest daughter of the late John Nimnmo, Esq. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Westminster, 1. The provinces, &c., viz. : Feltham, Hounslow, 3 fatal; Bunderland, 1; Edinburgh, 12, 6 fatal; Loanhead, parish of Lasswade, 23, 9 fatal. Total new cases, 59 ; 30 fatal. TUESDAY.-Lambeth, 7, 1 fatal; Islington, 3 fatal; Camberwell, 6 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 ; Libberton from 1st No- vember, 5S, 6 fatal; Invereshk from 1st November, 2; Cramond from 1st November, 8; Lasswade, Loanbead, front Ist November, 34. MoNDAY.-Chelsea, Ifatal; St George-in-the-East, 2, fatal; Poplar, 1: Lambeth, 2. Total in London, 6, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of St Annes and private chaplain to the Arch. bishop. VIscouNTr MELVILLE died on Tuesday last, at Melville Castle, near Lasswade, in the county of Edinburgh. His lordship died from a severe attack of bronchitis, under which he had suffered Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deeply cogeetted oya large family, and a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances-On the 13th Inst., at Otidileld house, near Lasswade, Parlon Macfarlane, Esq., of Edinohurcbi i the 94th year of his age-On tile 19tli inst, at Upper Hdolloray, in Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 2nd September 1842

    with a bonnet. A thick Scotch mist came out so that we were obliged to drive home through the village Lasswade & through Lord Melville 's Park, which is very fine. - Wrote my Journal & we played on the

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