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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 2nd October 1852

    along the Ballater road, on the north side, through the Pass of Ballater, & on to the high road to Aboyne , passing beautiful woods & fine trees, after the Pass of Ballater . Every little burn was foaming &

    Thursday 28th September 1848

    see us pass. It began to blow & was cold, so we closed the carriage. We next changed horses at Aboyne & then at Banchory . Reached Aberdeen at ½ p. 7. The whole town was beautifully illuminated, which had

    Tuesday 12th October 1852

    one, of Loch Nagar. The whole country was in such beauty, the changing foliage, producing the most brilliant effects. At Aboyne the Sheep "Tryst" was going on, & we saw flocks of beautiful Highland sheep. From Banchory to Stonehaven ,

    Friday 29th August 1851

    Char à bancs with the Ladies & Gentlemen, 2 of the latter getting into a chaise. We changed horses at Aboyne & here the horses were so fresh, that they kicked over the traces & we had to stop for

    Tuesday 7th October 1851

    came along quickly, changing horses at Ballater , where Mr Farquharson had some of his new drawn up, & at Aboyne & Banchory . After lunching at Stonehaven , which we reached at ½ p. 1, we entered the train

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    given ftc thep a lcitif.,t cnnn onc's f.. The Coontes of xvnerpo01, 'mother to tie Duebess of lOrsitAln to- Lady Aboyne, lies mia dangerous sita -i'on, :er 't;diship, in corning down stairs, 0on Friday se n- night, at her bouse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bathurst Doneraile Manners Bluckingham Wicklow Sydne Colville Wlington Jersey MAyn~aid Cwlcy Beuot Westmorland Hereford ?-a (,Kinnoul) Leeds Beverley LORSO. Meyidrm (Aboyne) Rutland Plymouth Tenterden Dynevor Dorset Falmonth Ribblesdalle Rolle Newcastle Dela~var Rodney Grantham Manchester Aylesford 'Wynford Delamere MAiRQUISES, powvis Feversham. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Perthshire, Lady Preston, of Valleyfield, aged 67. In Reriot-row, Edinburgh, Grace Margaret, daughter of the Hon. Col. John Gordon, of Aboyne. At Brighton, Lady Sophia Lumley, only surviving sister of the present and late, and daughter of the preceding Earl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Tulloch. On the left the Marquis of Breadalbane, Lord Kin.. naird, Hoi. Colonel Abercromby, Captain Gordon (son of Lord Aboyne), M'IDonald of Craigrule, and Stuart of Ardvarloch. The croupiers were the Lord Provost of Perth, Captain Ayton, Hon. Arthur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Paris.-Arbrouth Herald. LThe Marquis of Huntly is premier Marquis of Scotland; b. 1761, suc. to the Earl- dom of Aboyne on the death of his father, Charles, fourth Earl, in 1794, and to the Mlarquisate of EHuntly on the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Return of the Lords of Session in Scotland, to an Order of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled, on the 12th of June, 1739., 11 June 1738

    Colvil, Selkirk, itr Borthwick, Ruthven, Northefk, Viscounts Rofs, Rutherfurd, Kincardine, Somervel, Bellenden, Belcarras, Falkland, Torphichen, Newark, Forfar, Dunbar, Spynie, Eymoutli, Aboyne, Stormont, Lundoirs, Kinnaird, Newburgh, Arbuthnot, Balmerinock, Glasford. But they dare not prefume to tranfmit this to your Lordfhips as Subscribers-only content

    3 December 1767, 3 December 1767

    Earl of Sutherland and Lord " Strathnaver, " Moft humbly fheweth; " That in 1517, or thereabouts, Adam Gordon of Aboyne, Second Son of George. Earl of Huntly (having married Elizabeth Sutherland, only Sifter to the laft Earl of Sutherlajid Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1782, 17 April 1782

    was pleafed to " receive the fame very gracioufly." Upon reading the Petition and Apper.l of Charles E. Aboyne Earl of Aboyne, complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Aberdeen. Lord Ordinary in Scotland, of the 9th of March and nth Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1782, 18 April 1782

    a Bill, purfuant to the faid Petition and Report. E- Aboyne i ft E- Aberdeen. The Anfwer of George Earl of Aberdeen, to the Ap¬ peal of Charles Earl of Aboyne, was this Day brought in. Perry again* The Earl Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1782, 18 April 1782

    To-morrow. The Houfe being moved, " That a Day may be ap- & Aboyne «' pointed for hearing the Caufe, wherein Charles Earl A- «' of Aboyne is Appellant, and George Earl of Aberdeen *' is Refpondent." It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Willesden Education

    High , Park Side , Dollis Hill . Opened 1974 as SM comprehensive. Roll 1978 : 867 SM. Wykeham Primary, Aboyne Rd., Neasden . Opened 1930 as council sch. for 600 SM, 672 JM and I. Reorg. by 1936 for

    Index

    236 Thos. (fl. 1346), 236 fam., 236 Abingdon , earls of, 229 Abingdon ( Berks .), 24, 67, 114, 162 Aboyne , Earl of, see Gordon , Geo. Abraham (or Metcalfe): Hen., 121, 126 Mary, 120-1, 126 Thos., 121, 125-6

 

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