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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Subjects, B

    Barley , exported, 379. Baronetcy fees , discharges of, 234, 332, 344, 346, 348, 351, 363, 431. Baronies named : Ards; Ballinacor; Ballyboy; Ballycowan; Bantry; Barretts; Barrymore; Carbury; Clane; Clanmaurice; Clanwilliam; Clonlonan; Connell; Corkaguiny; Decies; Delvin; Duleek; Dunmore; Eglish; Fassadinin;

    Addenda, Elizabeth - Volume 12, December 1564, 01 December 1564-31 December 1564

    thereby Her Majesty's honour is advanced, her subjects quieted, and the capital thieves apprehended, as Fras. Wake, Capt. Barker, Thos. Ards, and many more at Grantham, Lincoln castle, and Nottingham, who, if properly handled, could declare of 200 robberies and Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 539, November 1643, 01 November 1643-30 November 1643

    Earl of Leicester to Hugh Montgomery to be colonel of the regiment formerly commanded by his father, Viscount Montgomery of Ards, and to command three troops therein, 22nd October 1642; and (3), an order in the Committee for Ireland, concerning Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 July 1645-31 December 1647

    petition of statement of the case of Col. James, petition of Archbald , Major Henry Ards , the Lord of; see Montgomery of the Ards. Argyle , the Marquis of; see Campbell, Archibald. "Ark of the Covenant," reference to the Subscribers-only content

    Venice, August 1649, 01 August 1649-31 August 1649

    off all hope of relief from the governor of Londonderry, which is also blockaded by the royalists. Messrs. Deleur and Ards, after taking Nocfergus, are marching with 1,000 horse and 4,000 foot to besiege Dundalk, it is supposed, and then

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PROFINCL4L ITELLiGEAtC-E The Tyne Herciiry containe the following curious case Tbe sister of D)ennis Fritl; all attorney tiC Eait Reiford, a 'oules al accotaplibhed lady, feit or feigned a passion for Mr. iOili BrFggee, ia resperable old gentleman, about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .INS ROYAL HIGnTfES5TH1E DitKR OF KENT. ' .The~ fol!ow-ing Cnmmruniation was yesterdhy forward d to the Examainer for insertiotnD : C&sIle HiU L odge, 16th June, 1 S1O. The 'Duke of KN',r having seea a recen' puislation, erntWted ZM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ithe necessity of lhis exhoetntiott4 in even deheseitag his Lotwtu- lar ltpt~blininfl for their h'ilar deporinoetit im qtnartersr, "nd Ioss Ards the inhubit:nth. The Portttguep soldiers hove no leSs shewvn to 1tew French runytheir itfe Inrits in tteld, and oin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cambridge.I On Thrrsday, Alexander Robert Stewart, 1sq. M.P. for the county of Len- donderry, eldest son of Alexander Stewart, of Ards, EsEq. to Lady Caroline Ann Pratt, youngest daughter of the Marquis and Marchioness Camden. , On Thursday, Peter Pole, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TOPARENTSand. h UARD1IAW -48i4arejcat, well-educated Youthi:ds an APPRENTICE toa- CIIE tS, and DRIUGGIS%- He will be treated in every respect&as one of-the Pamny> Premiam-moderatei For Cards of Addre aply (ifby letter, post dzat 118, G Market; Mr. Sanger, 150, Subscribers-only content


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