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  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, March 1534, 11-15, 11 March 1534-15 March 1534

    Grahame, with Fergus and Thomas his brothers, John Foster, Dandy's son, & c., took Herbert Irvine, James' son, out of Trailtrow on Friday 13 March. Ninian Tailzeor, John Tailzeor, Willemont Rowtlishe, riding on Jack Musgrave's horse, took Thomas Snaip of

    Henry VIII, June 1517, 16-30, 01 June 1517-30 June 1517

    Friday next is too soon to attach the culprits. Will meet Dacre, his son or brother, on Wednesday, 8 July. Trailtrow, this last Wednesday. Ib. f. 67. v. "Answer to the Lord Maxwell's letter next afore, bearing date the 2nd

    Index, T, 01 January 1515-31 December 1518

    Tracy , Wm., in com. for Glouc., 713, 1213. Trades , Oliver, 3862. Traford , Edm., his annuity, p. 875. Trailtrow , letter dated at, 3393 (iv.) Trammyssent , the King of, 3874. Trapps , John, soldier of Tournay, 1088.

    Further additions and corrections to the Preface, Pages i - c

    lands, baronies, and regalities of the abbeys of Dundrennan, Tungland, Sweetheart, Holywood, the provostry of Lincluden, and the preceptory of Trailtrow [Book of Caerlaverock, by Sir William Fraser, I., p. 175 ] . Page lxv., add to footnote 1 after

    Index, M-Z

    450, 460, 471, 474 5, 481, 484, 490, 493, 507, 611, 613, 615 7, 619 20, a77. See also "Incorporations." Trailtrow , preceptory of, 537. Train , James, bailie, 492; treasurer, 414. Traquair , kirk of, 424, 601, a88. earl

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a dove and a serpent, and betwixt them the word repentanoe, henoe the building, though its proper name is " Trailtrow," is more frequently called " The tower of repentance." It waa anoiently used as a beacon, and the border Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a dove and ser- pent, and betwixt them the word • Repentance.' Hence the building, though its proper name is Trailtrow, is more frequently called the Tower of Repentance. It was anciently used as a beacon, and the Border laws Subscribers-only content

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