The gardens of the Grange here are celebrated for their beauty.
Kirkaldy of Grange, who commanded the regent's cavalry, seized and kept the place of vantage from the beginning, and at the first sign of wavering on the other side shattered at a single charge the forces of the queen with a loss of one man to three hundred.
from East Grange station on the North British railway company's line from Dunfermline to Stirling.
In the south side are the Grange, Newington or Echobank, and Morningside cemeteries.
to the north of Kinghorn is the estate of Grange, which belonged to Sir William Kirkcaldy.
She made her debut at the Comedie Frangaise in 1699, in La Grange Chancel's Oreste et Pylade, and was at once received as societaire.
of Lochgelly, is a ruined house that once belonged to Sir William Kirkaldy of Grange, who held Edinburgh Castle for Queen Mary.
Accrington (Akerenton, Alkerington, Akerington) was granted by Henry de Lacy to Hugh son of Leofwine in Henry II.'s reign, but came again into the hands of the Lacys, and was given by them about 1200 to the monks of Kirkstall, who converted it into a grange.
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The Butter Cross, a beautiful example of timber work of the date 1633, was removed when the townhall was building, and re-erected in the pleasure ground of the Grange.
One of them, Bodb Derg, resided near Portumna on the shore of Lough Derg, whilst another, Angus Mac-in-óg, dwelt at the Brug of the Boyne, the well-known tumulus at New Grange.
These related to the administration of the abbey's estates and culminated in the loss of the abbey's grange at Micklethwaite.
Debuting in October 1974, the show was created by animator Bob Godfrey and writer Grange Calveley.
Ceramic Paws at Holme Grange Craft Village provides a peaceful countryside location - ideal for painting ceramic Paws at Holme Grange Craft Village provides a peaceful countryside location - ideal for painting ceramics.
De La Grange has done us a service by compiling a very detailed but largely chronological history of the events of Mahler's life.
conveyance dated 18 February 1952 relating to land in Grange Road, Banbury.
The Grange (sleeping 3/5) is newer, has one double bedroom and one single, plus twin divans in the living room.
Whiston Grange and Lane End House belonged to Frederick Parker Rhodes, local solicitor and his brother Charles a mining engineer.
Fountains ' grange at Cowton, in the North York Moors, lay some twenty miles north of the abbey.
Then, believing he is possessing her, he shares a bed with Mariana of the moated grange.
Fountains cleared the forest at Warsill in the twelfth century to make a grange here.
Ince Manor was a medieval monastic grange, at the center of an estate held by the Benedictine Abbey of St Werburgh, Chester.
Knighton grange is said to have been the site of a former grange of Ranton Abbey.
By 1142 the community had relocated to Old Byland, and had sufficient resources to create its first grange at Wildon.
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grange farms up the hill.
grange buildings were like those of other manor houses.
To the north was the home grange of similar size.
Paris, IIe de France Sleeps 4. 1 bedroom 18th century grange cottage in a courtyard with 100m² garden.
Is he on a collision course with Grange Hill's new headmistress?
highlight of the evening will be a ten year comparative tasting with 1991 Penfolds Grange.
Grange hotels is a chain of private luxury hotels in London.
Robbie Williams spotted in La Grange apparently with the Russian Mafia.
New Year 7s cause chaos A BRAND NEW GANG OF YEAR 7s burst into Grange Hill, all slightly nervous on their induction day.
nestles in the ancient hamlet of Grange in the Borrowdale Valley.
passed through the gates of Grange Hill.
In addition to secure, underground parking, Bramley Grange also provides a private swimming pavilion for the use of residents.
Please note that the club pentathlon will be held on July 7th at Down Grange starting at 2pm.
I was waiting in the meeting room at the Grange when the door opened and in came this great big golden retriever.
shoot Christmas special was the first GH episode shot entirely on videotape; Harriet returned to regular Grange Hill in 1987.
spoon fed, whereas she had always fed herself at The Grange.
Hussain, of Grange Road, West Bromwich, has pleaded not guilty to murdering the teenager.
This is the great sepulchral tumulus now called New Grange, on the Boyne.
People protesting against an application to erect four wind turbines on farmland near Trimdon Grange asked Sedgefield Boro Council to object to the scheme.
Adelaide is the birthplace of South Australian viticulture and the home of South Australia's most famous wine, Penfolds Grange.
In 1963 she moved into Grange House at Warley, a 17th century yeoman clothier's house.
To Hastings were attached the corporate_ members of Pevensey and Seaford, and the non-corporate members of Bulvarhythe, Petit Iham (Yham or Higham), Hydney, Bekesbourn, Northeye and Grenche or Grange; to Romney, Lydd, and Old Romney, Dengemarsh, Orwaldstone, and Bromehill or Promehill; to Dover, Folkestone and Faversham, and Margate, St John's, Goresend (now Birchington), Birchington Wood (now Woodchurch), St Peter's, Kingsdown and Ringwould; to Sandwich, Fordwich and Deal, and Walmer, Ramsgate, Reculver, Stonor (Estanor), Sarre (or Serre) and `Brightlingsea (in Essex).
He was, however, delivered from his captors by a ruse on the part of his friend, Sir William Kirkcaldy of Grange, and was brought into Edinburgh Castle, while his trial was put off because the city was thronged with his adherents.
from Stourbridge, in Staffordshire, the house of Stephen Littleton, who had been present at the hunting at Danchurch (see Digby, Everard), where they arrived at 10 o'clock at night, having on their way broken into Lord Windsor's house at Hewell Grange and taken all the armour they found there.
The movement of the Patrons of Industry (1874), growing into the Grange, Farmers' Alliance, and finally into the People's (Populist) party (see Farmers' Movement), was perhaps of greatest importance.
One of them, Bodb Derg, resided near Portumna on the shore of Lough Derg, whilst another, Angus Mac-in-Ã³g, dwelt at the Brug of the Boyne, the well-known tumulus at New Grange.
In Grange pass railroad station, turn right at mini roundabout to Lindale.
The Christmas special was the first GH episode shot entirely on videotape; Harriet returned to regular Grange Hill in 1987.
He was shocked to see one of his former residents being spoon fed, whereas she had always fed herself at The Grange.
Adelaide is the birthplace of South Australian viticulture and the home of South Australia 's most famous wine, Penfolds Grange.
Their first two records were not commercially successful, and it wasn't until the band's third album, Tres Hombres in 1973, that the band got their first official hit with the song La Grange.
Interestingly, La Grange is the top ZZ Top bass tab as well as the top ZZ Top guitar tab.
Their bass collection features Gimme All Your Lovin', La Grange, Lowrider, Sharp Dressed Man, and Tush.
Consequently you may be able to find good value Bordeauxs and this Château La Grange Clinet fits the bill.
Penfolds wines range from under $10 to hundreds of dollars for their top of the line Grange.
Cricket is played by the university students, at the schools, and by private clubs, of which the Grange is the oldest and best.
It is situated on the south shore of the estuary of the Forth, at the mouth of the Carron and also of Grange Burn, a right-hand tributary of the Carron, 3 m.
The works rendered it necessary to divert the influx of the Grange from the Carron to the Forth.
One, at New Grange, is a huge mound of stones and earth, over 300 ft.
These men had been alternately bitter enemies and allies of Beaton; in 1543 Kirkcaldy of Grange and the master of Rothes were offering their venal daggers to England, through a Scot named Wishart.
Knox and William Kirkcaldy of Grange had been intriguing with England for aid, and for the marriage of the earl of Arran (son of the earl of Arran, now also duc de Chatelherault, ex-regent) with Queen Elizabeth.
Murray arrested VI.: Lethington, as accused of Darnley's murder, and Lethington was now lodged under ward in Edinburgh, Conte "- but Kirkcaldy of Grange released him and gave him shelter in Edinburgh castle, which he commanded (2 3 rd of October).
He died at his residence, The Grange, Toronto, on the 7th of June 1910.
ALONZO POTTER (1800-1865), American bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church, was born at Beekman (now La Grange), Dutchess county, New York, on the 6th of July 1800.
Bakewell lived at Dishley Grange, Leicestershire, and in France the Leicester sheep are still called Dishleys.
The district is served by the main line of the Furness railway, from Carnforth (junction with the London & North-Western railway), passing the pleasant watering-place of Grange, and approximately following the coast by Ulverston, Dalton and Barrow, with branches to Lake Side, Windermere, and to Coniston.
The parish - originally called Aberbrothock and now incorporated with Arbroath for administrative purposes - takes its name from a saint or hermit whose chapel was situated at Grange of Conon, 32 m.
Aldrich 1 Nebraska was one of the states in which the collapse of the cooperative enterprises of the Grange was particularly severe.
The membership of Grange, Alliance and Knights of Labour went over generally speaking into the People's party.
His father, James Hamilton, a Scottish merchant of St Christopher, was a younger son of Alexander Hamilton of Grange, Lanarkshire, by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir R.
The conspirators, the chief of whom were Norman Leslie, master of Rothes, and William Kirkaldy of Grange, contrived to obtain admission at daybreak of the 29th of May 1546, and murdered the cardinal under circumstances of horrible mockery and atrocity.
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