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  • * British History Online * *

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    Venice, May 1568, 01 May 1568-31 May 1568

    land to the place which had been designated appeared manifestly too dangerous. All having embarked, the Queen was conducted to Niddry ( Nidre ), a place belonging to Lord Seton, and from thence to Hamilton, a castle of the Duke

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 17 June 1831, 17 June 1831-17 June 1831

    Sherborne . Ds. Carleton . Ds. Auckland . Ds. Lyttelton . Ds. Redesdale . Ds. Gardner . Ds. Hopetoun & Niddry . Ds. Hill . Ds. Churchill . Ds. Colchester . Ds. Maryborough . Ds. Delamere . Ds. Forester .

    Index, N, O

    441. Newhaven , see Havre de Grace. Newport , in the Isle of Wight, 1024. Nicosia , 1382, 1422, 1670. Niddry , 786, 1094. Niort , 92, 94, 99, 301, 319, 464, 468, 532. Nogays , the, 813. Noircarmes ,

    Index, N, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    of defence, held by "the best of the clan of the Greymes," for defence of the March (1583), 162. Netherey [Niddry ? ] : let slip out of ward by Lord Hamilton's bastard son, 787. Nethertoun : horsemen in, p. Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    by Mary to her commissioners (21st Nov.), 551; sent to Mary (11th Dec.), 582. Nicolson , James: petitions Elizabeth, 199. Niddry (Nedery): Lord Seton's, Mary at (3rd May), 404; writes despatches at, and taken to Hamilton, ib ., 405. Nisbet Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 February 1779, 4 February 1779

    Street, Gentleman, may be per- R " mitted to enter into a Recognizance for Andrew Wau- °^^\ ' chope of Niddry, Efquire, on account of his Appeal peal." " depending in this Houfe, he living in Scotland:" It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1779, 3 March 1779

    they pleafe. The Anfwer of the Right Honourable James Earl of Abercorn, to the Appeal of Andrew Wauchope Efquire, of Niddry, was this Day brought in. Upon reading the Petition and Crofs Appeal of the Right Honourable James Earl of Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1779, 3 March 1779

    XXXV. ' The Houfe being informed, " That Sir Archibald " Hope, Refpondentto the Appeal of Andrew Wauchope " of Niddry, Efquire, had not put in his Anfwer to the " faid Appeal, though duly ferved with the Order of Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1779, 18 March 1779

    The Houfe being moved, "That a Day may be ap¬ pointed for hearing the Caufe, wherein Andrew Wau- ckope, of Niddry, Efquire, is Appellant, and Sir Archi- lald Hope and the Earl of Aber cam, et e contra, are Refpondents:" Subscribers-only content

    27 December 1779, 27 December 1779

    for To-morrow, be put off to Wednefday next. Ordered, That the Hearing of the Caufe wherein Caufesputoff. Andrew Wauchope of Niddry, Efquire, is Appellant, and Sir Archibald Hope Baronet, and James Earl of Abercorn, are Refpondents, et e contra, which Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    intglht of. the Mlot 11amnoutr- ahte'Order of the BHuh by time a te, stile, *;ind title of Barva Niddly,, of Niddry, in toime coontt of Lioliithgfiv. Lieutenant. General. Sir Thoinas lerahaml Inimght o(f the lSloI Honoeurable Order of the Bath, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the working classes. On Tuesday night, a special train from Kelso races to Edinburgh ran into a coal train at Niddry station, about six miles from Edinburgh. A number of persons were hurt, and a large quantity of plant was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    made in tIre amount of annuities proposed to be granted. to Lords Lynedock, Hill and Bereford. . Lords Curnobermere and Niddry have declined to accept~ any pecuniary grant. *FieluI Marshal Lord Beresford has arriver in town from Paris. - On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    %Msr L0ARILEB BA~iLEY, at ehe Hpouse of 3Sr.Tbwatltes thei itanI n, tbe Mavkct-iiace, Ripe, In the County o-. Yowk, -t N Iclda2. th btkeatth Dsy of resuae 18f9, betwes. oaitiot as shall be tbhen andtthbelr~evn i produ ced A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    meet et Airdrle, Mfareh 10 at 1. TIIOMPiON Robert, lrte inskaeepor and farmer, Hawvckedalo. Dol- ie nton, Cuemberlaid, now of Niddry Wlhillo, ePortobello ; to meet at the . Eldinaurgh, March 14, at 1. str fort STATISTICS AS LADVERTISEHEMNT.] T Subscribers-only content

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