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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, L

    828 (3). -, Tower of, 781 (1), 790 (4), 1224 (20), 1313, 1333 (10), 1428. -, Lieutenant of, 244, 421. Longniddry , 772 (6). Longsone , , 14 (4). Longueville , Duke of, 650, 1145 (8), 1279 (1). -, Mdlle.

    Elizabeth, November 1564, 01 November 1564-30 November 1564

    and meddle in such matters. After this they spoke once again but few words riding in the high way beside Longniddry 9 miles from Edinburgh, where Lethington had been. Another is said to have been in his company, whom I Subscribers-only content

    Edward VI, November 1547, 01 November 1547-30 November 1547

    S t Colms Inch. Signed : John Luttrell. 4 pp. Holograph. Address leaf gone. Indorsed (by Thynne). 78. Laird of Longniddry to Somerset. [Nov. 5. 1547. ] There is great peril of the Queen and Governor transporting our sovereign lady Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    of Longniddry: to keep Hales with 50 men (27th Feb.), 85; 93; his great loss in corn (9th June), 118; English horse with him (11th), 119; his sick kinsman Ramsay sent for cure to London (20th), 124. See Longniddry, Laird Subscribers-only content

    Index, R, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    in Fife, 130; (Melwin), 286. Ramsay , Alexander, merchant burgess, Edinburgh, 183. Henry, merchant, Edinburgh, 183. James: near kin to Longniddry, ill of stone, sent to London for cure (20th June), 124. Mr Thomas: to Montquhany from Warkworth (24th Dec.), Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whale came ashore in the Firth of Forth, opposite Longniddry, about twelve miles from Edinburgh. It measures upwards of eighty feet in length and thirty- four feet in girth. The length of the jaw is seventeen feet ten inches. It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the dispositions of which slavery is declared to be abolished. The whale which was lately stranded on the beach near Longniddry has been sold by public auction at the instance of the Board of Trade, and was knocked down at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by presenting hlsrs. Glad- srton with any osse of the magnificent articles in the' bazaar l of Scottish manufacture at Longniddry railway station, .(Laughter.) Ho then defended the Church and State con- ,nection, and expressed gratification that during ir. t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flowers are to be seen in bloom, such as primroses,. cowslips, and white violets; also fuchsias, hollyhocks, and roses. At Longniddry, on the shores of the Firth of Forth, roses, ;primroses. and marigolds are flowering in the open air. Abont Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been lent to them by the Queen. The Earl of Wemyss left King's Cross on Tuesday night for Gosford House, Longniddry, Haddington- shire. The Earl of Chesterfield has become treasurer of the Eighty Club's Education Committee, of which Lord Edmond Subscribers-only content

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