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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, A, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    , Worc., 1379. Arden , , 1483. -, Walt., 3585. Ardern , John, 1036, p. 1364, 3504. -, Rob., 3214. Ardgowan , Stuart of, 268. Ardinghellis , Peter de, 277, 614. Ardison , Geo., 54, 1073. Ardon , Chr., 3685.

    Henry VIII, May 1519, 16-30, 01 May 1519-31 May 1519

    Ep. Reg. Sc. I. 317. 268 . JAMES V. to CHRISTIERN KING OF DENMARK. Sends to Copenhagen, James Stuart of Ardgowan, with a body of foot, ships and provisions for his service. Dr. Alexander will carry his answer to Christiern's

    Appendix, Abstracts of charters and other documents

    THIRD, under his Great Seal, to James Stewart of Kilbryde, and his heirs male, whom failing to John Stewart of Ardgowan of an annual furth of the Customs of Edinburgh. Robertson's Index of Charters, p. 145, No. 11. KING JAMES

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At Munich, the Honnurahie Mrs. Yeats Browvn, of a daughter. At Sackville-street. Viscountess Vallerort, of a son and heir. At Ardgowan, Lady Shaw Stewart, of a daughter. In Whitehall-place, Ljady Henley, of a son. MARRIED. On Monday, at St. George's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on hand, both of fbreign and home growth.-From some cause or other, a fire broke out in the woods of Ardgowan on Sunday week, and nearly one hundred acres of fine young planting have been destroyed. EARTHQUARAKES.-A letter from Athens, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Greenock and Gareloch- ia passenger steamer Ardgowan, which was approaching Greenock pier, and which should have passed the inward vessel on the north side, attempted to cross her bows. The result was that the Ardgowan was struck on the fore Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p tit o.-.Apply, 18, Balcail He,()ath onnatYra od 01559 UJRSI ebout 21, icon-uedialelY Wno 3orevyoli -children7. iN X.pp 1 perjoolally, Ardgowan, Richmnond hill ReadI, dg- batiton. o3445 1, aou S earn, to i1Yo olT-Apply, Nutiting and N oo, 7. doibastvon Subscribers-only content

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    for the Crown, The case is likely to last several days, A GENEROl.S LAP DLOrDT-Sic Michael Shaw Stewoat, Part., of Ardgowan, has reduced the rents of his agricul- tural tenants 10 per ceut., and has also givea £2,000. to the Subscribers-only content

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