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    Elizabeth, July 1577, 01 July 1577-31 July 1577

    or government, and they esteem the Earl of Atholl as most apt either to succeed the Regent or to bear sway in the government of the King. The Earls of Argyll and Atholl being long at variance, and thinking their Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, October 1577, 01 October 1577-31 October 1577

    of their common adversaries. Antwerp, 6 Oct. 1577. French . 1 p. 482. Agreement between the Earls of Argyle and Atholl and Alexander, Master of Mar. 1577, Oct. 22. Bond by which the Earls promise to assist the Master of


    ?" read "167[4 ] ./March." and last line but one insert [Thomas ] before "Griffith." " 251, line 15, for "Atholl" read "Athole." " 275, lines 2 and 8, for "Llanfillin" read "Llansilin." " 287, 13 lines from bottom, for Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, July 1565, 01 July 1565-31 July 1565

    wrote by "Meynez" the Scotsman, that Argyll and Atholl have gathered their forces: and it is said that the Queen has warned the gentlemen of Angus and "the Merns" to assist Atholl. Then must the Duke concur with Argyll; so Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, April 1565, 01 April 1565-30 April 1565

    by the greatest, and by the fairest, if that may help his malady. The Court is very small none but Atholl, "the father and the sonne." On Palm Sunday there was a priest taken at mass in Edinburgh: he was Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, April 1566, 01 April 1566-30 April 1566

    go to Stirling to remain till "brought abedde." Bothwell and Atholl have had controversy for Lethington one being his great friend, the other always against him. It is quieted, but Atholl still travails for him. The Queen wrote for Argyll Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, May 1587, 01 May 1587-31 May 1587

    trobles, holdes, and began the x th of this moneth, and most of the nobilitie are assembled, savinge thErele of Atholl, who came no further then Saint Johnstons, because he was hurt with a fawle of his horse. ThErle Auguse Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, June 1578, 01 June 1578-30 June 1578

    . p. 533. Robert Bowes to Lord Burghley. 1578, June 7. After the agreement accorded betwixt the Earls of Argyle, Atholl, and Morton, in manner before in my last certified, the Earl of Morton, coming to the Kings presence, was

    Elizabeth, May 1567, 01 May 1567-31 May 1567

    have convened at Stirling, Argyll, Atholl, Morton, and Marr, with the young Earl of Montrose, the laird of Tillibarne controller, having the minds of most part of the nobility: and after first agreeing Argyll and Atholl, and Argyll and Tillibarne, Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, July 1576, 01 July 1576-31 July 1576

    1576 231. Atholl to the Bishop of Ross. [July 10. ] Cott. Calig., C. V., fol. 132. The Catholics in these parts are affected with no small sorrow. because their affairs cannot be brought to the desired end, for lack Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, August 1578, 01 August 1578-31 August 1578

    further for so small a matter. Chatsworth. Signed : G. Shrewesbury, E. Shrouesbury. 2 pp. Holograph. Addressed. Indorsed . 371. Atholl, Argyll, Montrose, and Lord Maxwell to Lord Gray. [Aug. 2. ] Eg. MSS., 1818 fol. 62. We doubt not Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, February 1591, 01 February 1591-28 February 1591

    selves from the determinacion thereof. The King hath bene carefull to compound the feades betwixt Huntlay and his partie, against Atholl, Murray and their freindes. Wherein the King imploied the Duke of Lenox as a neutrall person and loving bothe Subscribers-only content

    State Papers, 1656, May (2 of 2), 01 May 1656-31 May 1656

    for that effect letters wer wrytten to Atholl, Glencarrine, and severall of the clannes. Some were delivered, and answer returned, as Glencarrine's, others wer left with me. Indeid great were the promises to Atholl and Glencarrin, they being the cheise

    Elizabeth, June 1567, 01 June 1567-30 June 1567

    ] [June 17. ] I came to Edinburgh "this Monday 1 by ix houres" where the lords were, viz., Morton, Atholl, Glencarn, "Merche," 2 Ruthven, Lindsay, Howme, Semple and a number of barons. This Monday night the Queen is conveyed Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    238; doubts Elizabeth's usage of Murray, & c. (19th), 239: Atholl men's fear of his hurt to Glasgow and Stirling O'Neill's proffers to, & c., 240; awaits advice friendly with Atholl (1st Dec.), 242; sum moned to be forfeited (25th), Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, February 1567, 01 February 1567-28 February 1567

    Setoun "to repois here, and tak sum purgations." Murray is sent for, and "is lukit to be at kourt presentlie." Atholl, and the controller with him, "is partit," but sent for to come again under pain of rebellion. Lennox "wes Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, January 1578, 01 January 1578-31 January 1578

    already, by her servant Bowes, interposed herself to mediate a reconciliation between the Regent and the Earls of Argyll and Atholl, he shall also persuade him in her name to have an especial care to grow to speedy composition with Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, March 1579, 01 March 1579-31 March 1579

    and Argyll will increase. The agreement betwixt the Earls of Morton and Angus takes no full effect. The poisoning of Atholl is meant to be brought again into question and trial, and sundry are of opinion that the matter shall Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 25, May 1578, 01 May 1578-31 May 1578

    is that the controversies between the Earl of Mar and the master, his uncle, and between the Earls of Argyle, Atholl, and Morton are committed to the arbitrament of eight noblemen, to whose order they have submitted themselves. Sir John Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, October 1564, 01 October 1564-31 October 1564

    he will. He is honourably used of all, the Queen liking his behaviour. There dined with him the Earl of Atholl, in whom he has singular trust, and are seldom asunder, save when Lennox "is at the sermonde," also his Subscribers-only content


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