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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 7, 16 June 1645, 16 June 1645-16 June 1645

    Foot. "Captains. Fitz-Morres . Widnam . Hill . Dier . Captain Lieutenant. Hawkesworth . Lieutenants. Rosley . Curles . Ryley . Ensigns. Bunch . Rosley . Goying . Bradshaw . "Prince Rupert's Regiment of Foot. "Lieutenant Fisher . "Officers in

    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 1, April 1547, 01 April 1547-30 April 1547

    force of the realm, on Monday the morrow after Low Sunday; the Governor and power beyond Forth to be at Rosley moor; Earl of Angus on Lanark moor; the countrymen of Carrick, Kyle, Cunningham, & c. to assemble, and all Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q,R

    Rosley , Rostley [in Withington ] , Glos., 387. Rosliston , Derb., Coton in, 569. Ross [Scotland ] , duke of. See Stewart, J. Ross , Rosse, Heref., borough, 832. -, Hildersley in, 832. Rossheforth. See Rochford. Rostley. See Subscribers-only content

    General Index , P, Q, R, 01 March 1601-31 March 1603

    , Wm. Rosco , ships of Rose , Edw. Rose castle , letters dated from Roseyll , letter dated from Rosley moor , Scotland Ross , Bishop of (Leslie, John) Roswell , Wm., Solicitor-General Rothes , George, 3rd Earl of Subscribers-only content

    Preface, Section 7

    lofty as himself, and far above him in all the gifts of genius. Whilst Albany had appointed October 20, and Rosley (Roslin ?) More, two miles from Edinburgh, as the rendezvous for such of the troops as were expected from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WANTD" PLASS of ADVEB2TIA9EMNKTS ~.E Frcneaehsl'tll0ylou of the olassee of smail Ailvcctissinent 1 a dutrsdbelow the tiollowhin are tbo,~po hre.i.Co Ban ADitto, Thr-ee XTuocstiOns.. Is. Wi. Ditto. Thiree Isseartlono.. 25. O51 ladcs livertieantrsa~exceeellng 32 words~ axe edrargedi at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    present. The BAir-BeeD STrseamAsB Pasts of 40 sovs. About three miles. Mr F. Dawney'sLangthorn, a.12st ...MU. Cunningham 1 Mr. Flack's Rosley, a, 12st ..................... Mr. Waller 2 Mr. Bullivant's Lady Beaconsfield, 6y, l2st... Owner 3 Betting *5 to 2 on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    KIlDDER*MINSTEE. T-RROW ATNEXT, September19a enXC SON will0 1lteaveBirmiasham (Buoy 11111).i D atxe 940 Smt wick uncton 9 T41 ldbu bi8 Rosley. on.2 ands oCradey 10r10 a=m., lor HAdLEY' and KIDDI~IMIZSiRR, fetuoring theeamNe evening from it ddermineter at 825, and Elaieryat0.50 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unexplred at ipd. ho nuteor lNst ata L groimd rent of U. Is Lho For ftuther pitrticular happily to MIr Rosley, Solieitor lf Temrplhes ow; or to the Auctiooeers, 2, TemPleRow West, Isis nghas. sa3 . CIAPITAL S2,s-tr, LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    For rcinainder of Sales bsy A-ietieni, &c.', by -Zte&Irs- Lea, Grimnley and Son,, Bloore and Son, W'altheiev ,,nd Stick-ling, Jeffery, Jones, Ward; Watkins Lythll and Clarke, Br'tert on, Hut chings, Barbell and Son, Hfollis and W1alker, Gacntvinq and Winter Subscribers-only content

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