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Lyon, Thomas approximately 1546-1608

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Works: 1 works in 1 publications in 1 language and 1 library holdings
Genres: Manuscripts  History 
Most widely held works by Thomas Lyon
Autograph letters signed to Sir George Carey from various correspondents by George Carey Hunsdon( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Most are letters are written just after the Raid of Ruthven, (August 23, 1582), when Sir George was the English ambassador to Scotland. Correspondents include: Dr. Robert Bellamie, Burghley, Walsingham, Warwick, Leicester and Sir Christopher Hatton. Includes: 3 drafts from Sir George to Burghley, to the queen and to the lord chancellor (Sir Thomas Bromley), Leicester and Warwick, September 1582; an autograph letter signed from the nine "noblemen now resident with the king"--The Earls of Gowrie, Glencairn and Mar, the abbot of Dunfermline, R. [Robert Pitcairn], Lords Boyd and Lindsay, the Master of Glamis (Sir Thomas Lyon), James Haliburton, and Sir Lewis Bellenden - to Queen Elizabeth, to send money and assistance, September 18, 1582 (10); and an autograph letter signed from Henry, Baron Hunsdon, governor of Berwick, to Robert Vernon, victualler at Berwick, together with a declaration and petition made by Vernon to Hunsdon concerning his financial position, 1575
 
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Alternative Names
Glamis, Master of (Thomas Lyon), approximately 1546-1608

Glamis, Tutor of (Thomas Lyon), approximately 1546-1608

Lyon, Thomas, ca. 1546-1608

Thomas Lyon Scottish noble

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