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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Blair Atholl, Blair Castle

    Place Blair Atholl, Blair Castle Blair Atholl, Blair Castle, Perthshire, Scotland Queen Victoria visited Blair Castle, owned by the Duke of Atholl, in 1844, beginning her love affair with the Scottish Highlands. Contemporary view: Blair Athole (Gael. plain of the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, J, K

    [Gilbert William ] , in Lord Lovelace's Regiment of Foot, 1175. -, Jane, widow of a soldier killed at Blair Atholl, 595. -, Margaret, an idiot, custody of, 273, 312. -, William, Firemaker to Queen Mary, pension to, 1027, 1051.

    Index, B, 01 November 1569-30 September 1571

    Ormiston, Laird of. Blackshawe : burnt, 129; town of, 130. Blackwall : two Scottish ships sailing down to, 544. Blair Atholl (Blease in Atholl, & c.): Lethington at (9th June 1570), 203; Maitland's letter dated at (14th), 221; 228; 230; Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, June 1570, 01 June 1570-30 June 1570

    Mar, gouvernant de mon fils." Vaunt. Inclosure in a letter of June 11th from Sussex to Cecil, S.P. "Foreign," Eliz., vol. 112. Loss. The Commendator. Others. Blair Atholl. June 17th. Maitland. Jennings' three letters have been folded and indorsed together. Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, I

    417. Huggins , John, Morgan Whitley's debt to the Crown, 17. Hughes , Eliza[bethJ, widow of soldier killed at Blair Atholl, 595. -, John, private trooper in Theodore Russell's Regiment, 1181. -, -, Supervisor of Window Duty co. Worcester, 278,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Count D'Orsay. os. cloth. New Worksjust ready. 1. SCOTLAND, ITS FAITH and ITS FEATURES: or, A Visit to Blair Atholl. By the Rev. FRANCIS FRENCHI. 2 vols. post 8VO. FOURTH EDITION of PRESCOTT'S FERDINAND and ISA- BELLA. 3Sols. avo, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOL- .OWING NEW WORKS DURING the PRESENT MONTH: 1. SCOTLAND: its FAITH and its FEATURES; or A Visit to Blair Atholl. By the Rlev. FRANCIS TRBNCH. 2 cols. post Svo. /Now ready.) MEMOIRS of a FEMME de CHAMBRE. By the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    personally stopped a party of naturalists, headed by an Edinburgh professor, while proceeding on their way from Braeniar to Blair Atholl by a pass which some of the savUacs were freely allowed to traverse in 1830.. I hey refused to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nor father ever attempted to close the glen, but his grandfather, on the contrary, encouraged intercourse between Braemar and Blair Atholl by Glen Tilt; and, assisted by the Earl of Fife, improved the road, and in some places made small Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in preventing our passage through the glen, but that we passed under the windows of his own castle at Blair Atholl, and reached the place of our destina- tion in safety? A few days previously a lady and gentleman had Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MURRAY, Lord James (1663-1719), of Dowally, Dunkeld, Perth.

    Atholl’, who were determined to rise, no matter what their chief might say, and to save the castle at Blair Atholl from being attacked by exasperated Highlanders. These tasks accomplished, he quickly made his submission to the government and took

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