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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, P, Q, 01 January 1651-31 October 1651

    co. Somerset Pinkney , Major, letter to Piracies Pirates , or sea robbers or rovers proceedings against Pitman , Geo. Pitscottie , Major-Gen. Pitt , John Rich., gunfounder Capt. Pittolk , Capt. Rich., warrant to Pitts , Nich., pass for Subscribers-only content

    State Papers, 1645, January , 01 January 1645-31 January 1645

    the maester on Tewsday last, as the laird of Wime Wrytethe, and this day 12 of the clok 1. collonell Pitscottie is mertched to Wintoll Gaerntily. As I suppose he cannot be heer befoir Veddensday att night att soonest, and

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 November 1651-30 November 1652

    Pirates capture of examination of maintenance of ships taken by Pitch and tar see also Eastland commodities. Pitman , Wm. Pitscottie , Col. Pitt , Jno. Matt., servant to the Warden of the Fleet Pitts , Capt. Geo. Pitulloch , Subscribers-only content

    Further additions and corrections to the Preface, Pages i - c

    also in Dr. Dickson's Preface to the Lord Treasurer's Accounts, I., p. cclxxxi. James IV., (1488 1513), was, according to Pitscottie, "weill learned in the art of medicine, and was ane singular gud chirurgiane; and their was none of that

    Volume 16, September 1651, 01 September 1651-30 September 1651

    to sending them to New England. 17. The Earls Rothes, Kellie, and Carnwarth, Lords Sinclair, Spivie, and Grandison, and Major-Generals Pitscottie and Dalzell to be committed prisoners to the Tower, for being of the party of Charles Stuart, a declared Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    king in those days. He loved music, archi- tecture, poetry, and study. "lHe was ans man that loved solitude," says Pitscottie, " aud desired never to hear of warre "-a desire that the Scottish noblemen never cared t to patronies. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    its issue of next year the chronicle., of Bobert Lyndsay, of Pitscottie. This will lie the first accurate text from the best MSS. of Sir Walter Scott's favourite "Auld Pitscottie," cail u-ill contain much new matter, unknown to Sir Wa1lter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wtlwttever story hev ttieSm"hig, vitll the saine pictuirestli'iet.r ness, as lie tdid, inl his wecik.tlav taes, the quailit Seoteli of Pitscottie, oi' soino rude r'eliattic oldl m'hs'i1o I roili Bartibour's Butice' or 'I litid llari'u'ts 'Waltlae.o ' inflali extornal ileCUtillIsil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the present times. By George Chalmers, Esq. F. R. 3. Volume second, 4to. 6. The HISTORY ofSCOTLAND, by Robt.Lindsay, of Pitscottie, edited from ancient and authentic manu- scripts, by John Graham Dalyell, Esq. 1 vol. Bvo hand- somely printed, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "'•"Tu sleep Messenger, the barque Elizabeth, the "' Imtirtz, tlie brig Amulet, tbe schooner Jane, jerque sc -, |ne brig Pitscottie, the brigantine ** bebrig Corsair, the brig Sir John Moore, the '""''r Janet, ''"* ,)ri ß Elizabeth, the mail Subscribers-only content

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