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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Manors HACKNEY: ESTATES OF PRINCIPAL LANDOWNERS c. 1830

    to TyssenAmherst in 1877 and was created Baron Amherst of Hackney , with special remainder to his eldest daughter Mary Rothes Margaret, wife of Lord William Cecil , in 1892 . 60 Lord Amherst , who was defrauded of much

    Index A-J

    Cavendish (later Homerton ) Coll . , Cambridge , Cavendish Mansions , Cawley Rd. , Cazenove Rd. , Cecil: Mary Rothes Margt., see Tyssen-Amherst Lord Wm ., Wm. Hugh Amherst , Baron Amherst of Hackney , Cecilia Rd . (formerly

    Index K-Z

    , and see Daniel-Tyssen ; Tyssen-Amhurst; Tyssen-Amherst Tyssen Arms P.H. , Tyssen Rd. , Tyssen Street , Tyssen-Amherst , Mary Rothes Margt., Baroness Amherst of Hackney , m. Lord Wm . Cecil, Tyssen-Amhurst : (later Tyssen-Amherst) Wm. Amhurst, Baron Amherst

    Windsor castle History

    during the Commonwealth were the Duke of Buckingham , the Earls of Lauderdale , Crawford , Lindsey , Kelly and Rothes , Lord Sinclair , and many officers of the king. But in 1651 the rumour of 'a design among

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acquaintances, having been at a place called the Chapel Well, on the banks of the Spey, between Foch. abers and Rothes, one of his comrades, in diversion, took off his hat. 'T'he lad ran after him to regain it; when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the l2th of August, a party of gentlemen, before going to the moors, paid a visit in the glen of Rothes, county of Elgin, to an old woman in her 102d yeart and on going to the sumnmit of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Paris. LIEUT.-GENERAL LORD SALTOUN, K.T., X.C.B., and G.C.H., Colonel ofthe 2nd Foot, died on the 18thinst. at his shooting-seat, near Rothes, North Britain, in his 69th year. He had been ailing for some months, but until a few days prior Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that on the 19th ult. a woman named Elspet Gordon, residing in Rothes, gave birth to three male and two female children. The three boys were born alive and lived till the following morning, but the two girls were stillborn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    censures even of the waiter at a country inn: Jlfarch 20.-I was so fatigued, I remained to-day at the inn (Rothes itams) where Suwarrow lived three months of the last year. He rose every day at two hours after midnight, Subscribers-only content

 

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