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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, July 1591, 01 July 1591-31 July 1591

    have bonde them selves firmelie togeather againste all others in their contrarie, which is wrouglite by the Lord Chauncelor of Scotlands meanes who hath taken in hande to dispatche my lord Bothwells affaires with the Kinge, and to make the Subscribers-only content

    Appendices to volume 3, I

    in them matters of greater weight then all other evidents of Land & c. ffor they were the Kirk of Scotlands Magna Carta, containing all her priviledges and liberties since the Reformation. Hee wished also, that this Assemblie sould not

    Border Papers volume 1, March 1587, 01 March 1587-31 March 1587

    not by me, as his letters here inclosed will show. "Upon the mocion of the strikinge of the Queine of Scotlands head, I receyved lettres frome my lorde president to stande upon our guard for the defence of the Borders," Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, August 1567, 01 August 1567-31 August 1567

    real and apocryphal . ] Broadsheet. Blackletter. Imprenti t at Edinburgh be Robert Lekprevik A.D. 1567. Indorsed: "The Lordes of Scotlands quarrell sett out in metre." 614. Answer to the Regent's slanderers. [Aug. . ] "Ane answer maid to the Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, July 1560, 01 July 1560-31 July 1560

    the navy to Portsmouth, in his way thither wafting such merchant ships, & c., as take the French soldiers from Scotlands homewards. Taking care that none of the Queen's ships nor the Mynion or Prymrose enter any haven in France, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pounds a year; an Inspector of Stamps at Manchester-a vacancy, having occurred-a Distributor of Stamps in Cumberland: a Receiver-Geieral` in Scotlands ard,46 Re- ceiver-Generals in England-in all. amounting to two' hundred "and ten places, which we conceive we can reduce, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Micha~el's 1m111dS worth (byvthe Rev. W. G. Garland, cuirate) .7rh i'imneY. ori'nd i Fon of Johil P. White, Esq.. The Scotlands Colauille, sear L reicester, to Lizzie, fourth "aighterof Thomas Millerahip, Esi, 1 fandoswortli. DIED. f BJsbrex:.-OO thes 28th nit., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In the meantime, however, a new but shallow dinturbanou had appeared over extreme nortb.west coasts, and . was moving, towards. Scotlands South-west breezes prevaled very ouat r western atatiuns, and muh'Cod elsewhere, D~rrIg the day this depresslon hba rctwhed Scotland, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one were SiDling up. Over our island the barometer warising briskly, and iresh northerly breezes had see dent) In over Scotlands end Irel!nd, vwhile brisk west-south-weeterly onm wi indes vere felt over th:e grmster part of England. The tem. else- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B - &. stands his dutdies; steels or pair. Eo objeotion to assist P1 nrdener- nin yearsa'good cisaracter,-. Bridge, Thu Scotlands, V ~annoek ocid, Wolverhampton. COCMNWanted, mearried, to ilv icn lodge, and make him- al self g nerally usieful.-Adureisa, B, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Irish land and Home rule, 1886

    leading facts must be kept in view and substituted for vague assertions. There are two Irelands as there are two Scotlands , a lowland and a highland; the first comprising land of fair agricultural value, and a fair proportion of Subscribers-only content

    Scotland's demand for electoral justice, or, The forty shilling freehold question explained: with answers to objections, 1857

    of this dangerous power in Scotland . Struthers remarks, that " for these pieces of en¬ lightened and judicious policy, Scotlands stands entirely indebted to the sister kingdom, and particularly to the strenuous exertions of Philip Lord Hardwicke , at Subscribers-only content

    A popular catechism on church and state, 1873

    for the People we find that grants amounting to £29,463 were made by Parliament to non-conforming ministers in England and Scotlands Q. Have you any other A. Yes, indeed. The Leeds Mercury of 1843 gives a parliamentary return of money Subscribers-only content

    Irish land and Home rule, 1886

    leading facts must be kept in view and substituted for vague assertions. There are two Irelands as there are two Scotlands , a lowland and a highland; the first comprising land of fair agricultural value, and a fair proportion of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 November 1776, 18 November 1776

    meet; and that John, Robert, and " David Scotlands, Merchants in Dumfermline, may " be required to anfwer the faid Appeal:" It is Ordered, That the faid John, Robert, and David Scotlands, may have a Copy of the faid Appeal, Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1707, 4 February 1708

    To-morrow Morning. Supply Bill ; Broad Ctotfe exported. A Perfon in Cuftpcfy to be brought to the Bar. Equivalent for Scotlands Orders againft fitraugers. Rejolved, That this Houfe will, To-morrow, at Twelve a Clock, refolve itfelf into a Committee of Subscribers-only content

    27 January 1778, 27 January 1778

    to acquaint you, that His Majefty approves of your Propofal for railing * Regiment of Foot in the Highlands of Scotlands to confiit of Eight Battalion Companies, One Company of Grenadiers, and One of Light Infantry. The Battalion Companies to Subscribers-only content

    Report of the Committee of Council on Education (England and Wales). 1896-97., 1897

    - Croydan *•. Bpsora - District. 3S. Croydou 39. Kingston 40. Richmond »-l.=3S 32.77° £1,6:6 A6 Colvill, 3. C, Esq., "Scotlands." Haslemere, Surrey. .Thompson, P. II., Esq. (Sub-Inspector. 2nd I Class). |J \ 193,035 Pibben, II. P..Esq.,BIythswood, St. Peter's Road. Subscribers-only content

    Report of the Intermediate Education Board for Ireland for the year 1897., 1898

    - Croydan *•. Bpsora - District. 3S. Croydou 39. Kingston 40. Richmond »-l.=3S 32.77° £1,6:6 A6 Colvill, 3. C, Esq., "Scotlands." Haslemere, Surrey. .Thompson, P. II., Esq. (Sub-Inspector. 2nd I Class). |J \ 193,035 Pibben, II. P..Esq.,BIythswood, St. Peter's Road. Subscribers-only content

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