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You searched for: Place: Upsettlington

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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, U, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    : his stopped ears, 659. Unicorne of Poole, the: tonnage, & c., 13. Upsettlington (Lady Kirk): English commission to treat at (May 1559), 211; Scottish commission to treat at (21st), 213; treaty concluded at church of B. V. Mary, and Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, May 1559, 01 May 1559-31 May 1559

    Treaty Of Upsettlington. [May 31. ] F d. xv. 520. Treaty concluded between the English and Scottish commissioners upon certain articles undecided by the treaty of Cambray. Done at the church of the most blessed virgin Mary of Upsettlington, and Subscribers-only content

    Index, E, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    show her the disorders in Scotland whereon she enquires (16th), 245; safe conduct asked of (24th), 246; ratifies treaty of Upsettlington (30th); 249; passports asked of (14th Sept.), 250; Maitland sent to, by the Lords (24th), 252; M. le Croc Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRAY, Sir Thomas (c.1359-1400), of Heaton in Wark, Northumb.

    In addition, Sir Thomas and his wife had been jointly seised of the nine manors of Hetton, Newlands, Ancroft, Ross, Upsettlington, Cheswick, Allerdean, Felkington and Kybe, with their extensive appurtenances along the Scottish border and three fisheries on the river

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