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  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata

    and p. 540, 5 lines from bottom, for Fras. read Jas. Peacock. 464, 21 lines from top, for Rouge read Rorie. 483, 11 lines from bottom, and p. 503, top line, for Arangusen read Aranguren. 484, 24 " " for Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth I: volume 133, January 1588, 01 January 1588-31 January 1588

    sworn to be at the Earl's commandment. And the Earl hath given to Sir Ross and his brother, and to Rorie M'Gilpatrick, three horsemen's apparels. The Earl's men do openly say that whatsoever they shall do in your Lordship's time Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 July 1596-31 December 1597

    260. , William, declaration by, 262,272. Dowdinge , Thomas, merchant, 254. Dowdy , John, merchant, report by, 142. Dowgan , Rorie, examination of, 245. Down , 93, 103. , constable of, 74. , Bishop of, letter of, 254. Downamor , Subscribers-only content

    Index, M, 01 January 1586-31 July 1588

    Knight," 392. M'Gillecuddy , 234, 570. , claims the giving of the rod, 535. M'Gilleduff , Teig, 236. M'Gilpatrick , Rorie, 466. M'Gillpatrick , Teig, 459. M'Gilpatrick , see O'Conor. M'Glannahie , that "most bad man" fortifying and building a Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, 01 January 1586-31 July 1588

    Knight," 392. M'Gillecuddy , 234, 570. , claims the giving of the rod, 535. M'Gilleduff , Teig, 236. M'Gilpatrick , Rorie, 466. M'Gillpatrick , Teig, 459. M'Gilpatrick , see O'Conor. M'Glannahie , that "most bad man" fortifying and building a Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as your fathers have been before you, hate the poor feeble Old Lady that sits on the seven hills at Rorie; but for the love you bear the seven children who sit under your own roof-tree, on your seven stools,John,love Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aunt in the Isle of Jersey. At the eleventh hour Lady Mabel jilts Rorie, and elopes with Lord Mallow, an Irish peer and parliamentary elocu- tionist. Rorie on being freed from his bonds rushes over to Jersey, and brings Vixen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W~AITEDii CLA.SSoj ADVRBTIRMBNI'S Por wierrscitire Insertions of the caisen of. small Advertisement' ,Pastlculetiieertbelow Sthefollowing a-ctheI epacpidehairegra 16 Words, Osres ..... . d. 1 I.7 to 32 Wo(rds, once.... is. oil a Ditto, ThrooInsertions.. Is. Cd jI tto Thrve insorblosss.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    413 fAB (irivate) Wanted. liew or secoud-hansl it in, geni condition.- -Address, 926, Daily, Fost.4 c23 . ALF, ElaeLit, or Rorie killed accldentally W'anted, as iege' Feed. el~ bCa'"d price gloen.-Addrees,, L0. 52. Daily ro.9t. V34 lABLIAGE.-Wlantcd, I light sescond-irnnr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nelson Street, and was there presented with an address. Alderman Headlam cccpied the chair, and Mr. Cmn- cillor W. L, Rorie presented the address, which congrituo lated Earl Russell on his accession to the peerage, thanked him for past services Subscribers-only content

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