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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1561, May

    theron: The Mr of Lindsay, the Laird of Fernihirst elder, Thomas Men ȝ ies provest of Aberdein, the laird of Lochinvar, the laird of Whittingham and George Lovell burges of Dundie. Upon the whilk supplication, articles and sute thereof was

    Elizabeth, June 1568, 01 June 1568-30 June 1568

    This Queen sent us three letters to read this morning that came from the Earl of "Eglantyne," the Laird of Lochinvar, and Lord Boyd declaring they remained at her devotion, and would not submit to the Regent, though earnestly solicited Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 2, March 1548, 01 March 1548-31 March 1548

    Lord Protector. I wrote you of the coming to Carlisle of the Lords Lochinvar, Garlies, and Bonby, the chief rulers of Galloway and Kirkcudbright; Garlies and Lochinvar have since wri tten me the enclosed concerning their pledges, and I have Subscribers-only content

    Index, G

    130 (2), 392 (5), 710 (2), 781 note . -, George, Lord, see Huntley. -, Sir John, Laird of Lochinvar, see Lochinvar. Gorges , William, 600, 601 (8), 612, 613, 622 (1), 717 (4). Gosforth (Northumberland), 217. Goswick (Northumberland), 532.

    Elizabeth, April 1574, 01 April 1574-30 April 1574

    Elnefoot, and other creeks there out of Scotland, but that the same be rifled for letters from the Laird of Lochinvar and other the Scottish Queen's friends in Galloway, and that a commission be granted to George Lampleughe and John Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wlad ei hun fydd efe yn ddesgrifio, On ond Ysgotiaid wedi ymfudo i'r Cyfandir yn yr i w 17eg ganrif. 'Lochinvar'. y bwriedir teitlo y dyi nofel, ac y mae i ymddangos yn y Christian noz TWorld. cyi Ymhlith y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nofel newydd yn debyg o fod yn P rhagorol. Fel y dywedwyd yn y golofn hon o'r Y blaen, " Lochinvar" fydd y teitl. Os gwir yr ia hyn a ddywedir bydd yn dwyn mivy o ddelw ec "The Lilac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will recite (tos that night only) his celebrated Poem of "The Smuggler" (in character); also the far-famed Ballad of " Lochinvar." With a variety of ENTERT'AINMENTS, as will be expressed in the Bills of the Day. ,rickets and Places for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eminent person. We now willingly dismiss Mr Conolly, who, though he he has "come out of the West," like young Lochinvar, will not return to it with the same 6clat. Perhaps, how- ever, to have flung dirt at Lord Carlisle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    song Sugll n the old tune to the glorification of Flowery Roger, which reminds one whimsically at once of "Young Lochinvar " and Dick. Turpin's " Bonny Black Bess." "The Silkworm Campaign " gives us an idea of the difficulties Subscribers-only content


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