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3 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Derbyshire, England
  • For Years: 1700 - 1749

Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

10 Jan 1745

Young Pretender, with his Life-Guards, the Duke of Perth, Marquis of Tullibardine, ( commonly called Duke of Atholj Lords Nairn, Pitfiigo, and Kit* marnock, Monfieur Boycr the French Ambaffador, Secre- tary Murray, Lady Ogilvie, Mrs. Murray, and Jenny Cameron

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

10 Jul 1735

fo that theie is like to be no War in my Opinion on chat Side « for fome time. His Excellency Mr. Titley, his Majefty's Minifter at Copen- hagen,, is in Treaty, with his Dan if h iviajefty, to fettle the Conditions m which the Corps of Troops to* be

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

21 Mar 1746

and the only Junction they have gained there, is fome few of the Mackennies^ headed by the Lady Seafovthj 1 but the Lord of that Name is with Lord Loudoun, as is Mr. Mackintofh, whofe Wife is likewife in the Re- bellion. By putting all the Intelligence we

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