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You searched for: Place: "Auchtertyre", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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    Lucy 211 , born in Kensington-square, Oct. 20, 1693." "M r John Murray, brother-german to S r Patrick Murray of Auchtertyre, Bart. buried Feb. 11. 1696." "Thomas, son of S r Ralph 212 , and Lady Mary Dutton, buried Oct. British History Online

    Charles II, December 1676, 01 December 1676-31 December 1676

    lordship of Stratherne and shirefdome of Perth, which pertained before to Robert Murray of Buchantie and Sir William Murray of Auchtertyre, and are fallen into his Majesty's hands by reason of recognition, with a novodamus . [ Docquet. Ibid. p Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    CALCUTTA JUTE MARKET. [Special Cablesram to the Courier.] Calcutta, May 13, 1895. The price of 40 in. 10i oz. Hessians, 11 porter 12 shots, packed f.o.b. per 100 yards, is lOr. Ba. Loose Jute in the Calcutta Bazaar is Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    j WHAT IS INSANITY ? Investigations as to sanity and insanity have for some miuds an irresistible attraction, we might say for most minds, for almost every person, before whom the subject is brought, takes an interest in it Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    -ir- . Ti Ues y the body of a gentleman named Mitchell was found in the canal at Leicester, he having committed suicide. This is the fourth body so found within the j>a. t f.w days, and several attemjits Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HORRIBLE ACCIDENT TO TELEPHONE MEN. Yesterday, at Aberdeen, George Macdonald, a linesman in the employment of the Tele- phone Company, was killed, and two fellow- workmen seriously injured, through an acci- dent which occurred while they were erecting a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SCOTTISH BANKRUPTS. (From Last Nipkt't Bdinburgh Gazette.) SEQUESTRATIONS. John Bryce, now deceased, somttime engraver to calico printers at 33 Aberoromby Street, Glasgow. Alexander Kinsman, lately grocer, Cnpar. Meeting at twelve, ou 6th June, in the Procurators' Library, County Buildings, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    CRICKET Perth Countt v. Edinburgh Academical-.- These clubs met in the North Inch, Perth, on Satur- day. The Perth in the first inning, scored 113 ; and in the second 101. The Academicals scored 57 in their first innings, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WI.N'D AXD WBATHSB P-__J-ORT. - November 14. ' Aberdeen. E, rain Live-pooL XW, jjil* I Belfast, WSW. Sue luadon, *2i*T, fiao : Cardiff. NW, flne Milord Haven, EW, dnM i DeaL wSW, ins Peniaaca, NW, fine ! Dublin, Vi, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DUNDEE POLICE COURT. Wednesday - Before Bailie MACDONALD. A Greenmarket Discussion.- John Skinner, fishdealer, Fish Street, was charged with committing a breach of the I>eace in Greenmarket on Saturday night. lie pled not guilty. The evidence was to the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    wfl» r -^5, ITS COURSE. «#* " -JTSioS AT PRACTICE. i^' JZZ. !*«• optoitf repa- f e-o-^.JJd blustering winds with c-''V :il °l in 'Alt« r a ucek of dry, V.- |,: r ", c i in ten days Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    FISH MAKKKTv ARBROATH, Tit-.-.. A n imbe. ni -»»;. . engage in the inshore nOin,- «ent ...it tin. -i. ■ a- . 1 iniie.l -nail take-, whiti raaliaad f,.r , tsoa.cn) sold it 10* i>d lo .1. : I. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    fishing, whence it extends south and east, comprising and parily bounded by the lofty hills of Nevay, Kimpurney, Hatton, Newtyle, Auchtertyre, and Keillor, the elevation varying from 140 to 1,100 feet above sea level, the man- sion being about 200 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Fifth report of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts. Part I. Report and appendix., 1876

    lands and baronies of Aberdagy and Duplyno : — the lands and barony of Gask ; Ncwtylo, Kilpurny; parts of Auchtertyre and Balcraig, Turingis, and Drymme ; lands and barony of Galray in Forfar- shire ; lands and barony of Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Fifth report of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts. Part I. Report and appendix., 1876

    626. Achterles, Achferless : barony of,; 630. David Dempster of: ib. See Oehterlese, HeMirless. Aehtertyre, .... , prisoner; 619. See Auchtertyre, Ochter- tyre, Uchtertyre. Aehynell, John of; 614. Achyneve, Lord of, Thomas de Melgdrum ; G45. Aekeliffe. See AyclirTe. Aekton Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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