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You searched for: Place: Lochinvar, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

Found 157 matches across 3 resources.

  • * British History Online *

    13 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

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    -, Laird of, one of Rizzio's murderers, 206, 960, 1447 (2), 2172, 2552. -, the Lady of, 1732 (1), 2106. Lochinvar , Laird of, 2291 (1), 2397. Loftschuher , Berthold, letter from, 314. Loire , the, 2644, 2688. Lombardy ,

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    1053. Livingstone , James, 979. -, Sir William, see Killsyth. "Livingstone , one," 922. Livron , 1570, 1609, 1617, 1622. Lochinvar , Laird of, 9, 632, 749, 761. Lochleven , Sir William Douglas, Laird of, 186, 200, 232, 384, 402,

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    1436, 2139. -, George, instructions for, 1160. -, John, 738, 1052, 1069. -, Thomas, 1063. Lizy , M. de, 543. Lochinvar , Laird of, 1561, 1656, 1694, 1710, 1779, 1783. Lochleven , Laird of, letter from, 1375. -, -, 655,

    Elizabeth, April 1571, 01 April 1571-30 April 1571

    not come himself, yet he believes he will not refuse to make her Grace surely be conveyed here. Maxwell, Herries, Lochinvar will be this night in the castle, and many others of Fife and Lothian, and others like Buccleugh and

    Elizabeth, May 1571, 1-15, 01 May 1571-15 May 1571

    Endd. P . 1. May 8. 1694 . Lord Scrope to Lord Burghley. Yesterday afternoon Lords Herries and Maxwell and Lochinvar were assembling such force of horsemen as they can in Annandale, and mind to set forth with them towards

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    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

    had carried off Colonel Mar's 1fiance to Morven Castle. Mar had given chase, and had crossed swords with this young Lochinvar upon Morven lawn. Roderick had " spitted " him, and Mar bad sworn " that Macalpine's bluid would yet Subscribers-only content

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    to be found here and there among the hills of Galloway, and within easy distance of the fisher- famed loch, Lochinvar, some of our party are spending the last few hours of a long summer day. A good dish of Subscribers-only content

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    reformatory, where a, taste for excitement of a more wholesome chiaracter, it is hoped, will be instilled into him. Young Lochinvar has been busyv in the Mfacala district of Paris. It is reported that a, young lay who was married Subscribers-only content

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    drove hither and thither with a reckless hasto, highly suggeative of the "racing and l~lshug eon danohie Lea," when young Lochinvar spirited awvay the bride of Netherby. Nor were the bridal sugge3. tioss ef the clay by any moans confined Subscribers-only content

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