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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1582, Oct-Dec

    Hay, baillie of Aroll, [ blank ] Jhonestoun of Elphinstoun, maister Jhone Lyndesay, persone of Menmure, maister James Meldrum of Seggie, maister Walter Balquanquell, minister, [ blank ] Stewart of Traquaire, m aister Thomas Suetoun, minister, Sir Archibald Naper of

    Elizabeth, October 1583, 01 October 1583-31 October 1583

    send James Melville speedily to the Queen of England, and since that time he has heard that the Laird of Seggie shall come with Mr. Melville; but is now informed that no haste is made to send either of them. Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, November 1583, 01 November 1583-30 November 1583

    Low Countries. It is now looked that the bishop of St. Andrews and James Melville or else the Laird of Seggie shall be shortly sent to her majesty. Drumwhassel is released upon caution, with condition that he shall not go Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    held in suspicion, 588; John Maitland obtains the office of, 616; grant of the office of, to Maitland stayed, 619. Seggie , Laird of: shall come with Melville (11th Oct. 1583), 633; 635; to be sent to Elizabeth, 649. Selby Subscribers-only content

    Index, M, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    VI. delivered by (23rd Sept.), 619; 631, the King seems resolved to send, to Elizabeth (11th), 633; the Laird of Seggie to come with, ib .; 635; to go to England, 644; looked that, will be sent to Elizabeth, 649; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Di aooorse: Lieut G. Clegrore, for tce I7i Light Dragoons, to be Lieut., vice Gonre, oho exchangus ; Coirnet S. Seggie to be Lieut., without purebase-tih Light Dragoons : G. J. Cambell, Geot., tin be Cornet, scitlitooTlur- chase - 6ith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UIlf~lO XII lonr-Ill1. 4l-se. oclfclaont: Onlay in work. two G years. C_7.: cost bt'-oai, Parole. T 30i.PI 15 Siy 2,by Seggie, 3.12. 2 Sin., Ala. : lain., ES.- jiM bonsil, Pa ra d e.2 5 1 2 .: a ¶L,.tTINc.l Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    { IO-MORROW tWedneoday), June 5, commencing at half poet Tan o locick-an exoeeent ,ITHOGRAPHIC P SS. n181n. hy 30in,, by Seggie; abont gowi. of STONES, COPPER-P&ATE PRESS, pair of Shearea nd Frame, Cffloe Decks, Stove a-nd Piping, end a araiety Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Train Of ROLLS, emlcte Equitaltt o new.-Address, .1,.28.D Daily Post. BIntlee ITHOGRAPHIIC Prnters.-For SALE, Twro Lithogrp hic Li PRES8ES, by Seggie, nearly nerv, 24 inches and 18 iseheo with extra tynmpan frames; also, ten tons of Lithographic Stoneso C.- J Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sen' -hand Vertleoal ]Engine, Aceril and Tools.-Samucel Toy, ilraashoulse Passage. Broad Street. c2h8i lTHOGRAPlIUb Printers.-For SALKE Two Lithographio PllREi81iS, by Seggie, nearly new, 2i Inches and 18 inohes, with extra tynrlan frames;, also, ten tone of Lithographic St-ones. Ace.-: Addrert, Subscribers-only content

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