Argyle

Argyle is an archaic spelling of Argyll, a region of Western Scotland. Argyle may refer to:

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Lower Argyle, Nova Scotia
... Lower Argyle is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in the Yarmouth Municipal District on Nova Scotia Trunk 3. 65.83361°W / 43.72889 -65.83361 (Lower Argyle, Nova Scotia) ...
Sir Allan Maclean, 3rd Baronet - Biography
... The guardians paid off a portion of Duke of Argyle's claims but the latter, learning that the late chief had contracted some debts in fitting out his clan for service during the late campaign, prevailed ... Possessing himself of these debts, Argyle was enabled to augment his claims considerably but finding, after the battle of Worcester, there was a likelihood of ... Cromwell entered into negotiations with Argyle to bring about the submission of Scotland, and for a consideration of £12,000 the latter agreed to do all within his power for the subjection of his ...
Lee Molyneux - Club Career - Plymouth Argyle
... He signed a five-month contract with Plymouth Argyle on 3 August 2010, having been on trial with the club ... Ironically, his first appearance for Argyle was against Southampton four days later, and he was on the winning side at St Mary's ... simple things right, and everything else looks after itself." On 1 January 2011, Plymouth Argyle announced his contract would not be renewed ...
Argyle, Nova Scotia (community)
... Argyle is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in the Municipality of Argyle on Nova Scotia Trunk 3 ... / 43.79556°N 65.85278°W / 43.79556 -65.85278 (Argyle, Nova Scotia) ...
MV Argyle
... MV Argyle is a ferry owned by Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited and operated by Caledonian MacBrayne on the route between Wemyss Bay and Rothesay ... She is the seventh Clyde ship to have the name Argyle ...