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You searched for: Place: "Blair Drummond", Source type: Newspapers, Result number: 160

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    25.-Caraden (s), Cardiff. SUEZ CANAL, Sept. 2.- At Port Said: Timavo (a), Cardiff tor Bomhav. WELLINGTON, N.Z.- August 29.- Blair Drummond, Londo__ FOREIGN SAILINGS. BILBAO, August 20.- William Harkess (a), Middlesbrough. CRONSTADT, Sept I,- Rinaldo (s), HulL GIBRALTAR, Sept. l.- Subscribers-only content

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    6.- Como (s), Tyne. GIBRALTAR, Oct. 6.- Nithsdale (s). Passed- Mourino (s), Odessa, for Hull. GISBORNE (N.Z.), Sept. 26.- Blair Drummond, Welling- ton (N.Z.) LISBON, Oct f>.- Cadiz (g), London. MALTA, Oct, (j.- Malabar (s), Shields, for Vladlvostock. PHILADELPHIA (by Subscribers-only content

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    achieved the conquest, of course deposes him. The starters for The Champagne this year will pro- bably include Fairminstcr, Blair Drummond, Derventio, Prince Imperial, Sti-athnairn, Martyrdom, and Beuadrum. Of these none, either in public or private, have exhibited any "quality" Subscribers-only content

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    Elinor) Sea Wave thur Wellesley F, by Newmiaster- Adventuress Agrippa(lateTramp) Lady Melbourne Walmer Vansittart (51b ex.) Brother to Ravioli Blair Drummond Thorwaldsen (51b Rysh worth (71b ex.) The Hind (51b ex.) ex.) The Rajah Night Jar i Boulogne Giante-a Claudia Subscribers-only content

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    ll, Chatelherault, Albania, Glen Rosa, Cherry Tree, Sabreur, Noyre Tauren, Tim Bobbin, N'eison, Boulogne, Sun- shade, Antwerp, "Woodman, Ulenalinond, Blair Drummond, Duchess of Athol, Blanche, The Provost, Facialis, Kentish Fire, Dentelle, Strouibo" i, Flaxman, White- tape!, Woodcraft colt, Belladrum, Jolly Subscribers-only content

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    aged flfty-four. Drtjm_ond.- On the 3d inst, at St. Georges-place, Hyie- park-corner, London, George Stirling Home Drummond, E«]., of Blair Drummond and Ardoch, Perthshire, aged sixty-three years. Frost. -On the lst inst, at Hamburg, Charles Ernest, youngest son of the Subscribers-only content

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    Biot Edmonston, Partrick B. Bell, of South Won- wondah, Victoria, to Beatrice Margaret, eldest daughter of D. Ba'.lingall, of Blair Drummond, Stirling. -DOWlß- Onnkn.- On the 7th inst., at Batavla, Adam, eldest surviving son of B.J. Dowie, E3q., M.D., of Subscribers-only content

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    Major F. Amcotts, sth Dragoon Guard.. 91. HYSTERICAL, A Bay Mare by Thor. 92. BEN-Y-GLOE, a Chestnut Mare by Blair Drummond. 93. SAWBONES, a Bay Gelding. 94. THE ADMIRAL, a Bay Gelding by Inchcolm. 95. DISPUTE, a Brown Gelding by Subscribers-only content

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    oxen, of any age. - Ist prize, J. Max- I well, Thorney ; 2d, C. S. H. D. Moray, Blair Drummond ; 1 3d, C. S. H. D. Moray. Class 25. - Heifers or cows (heifers not having had a Subscribers-only content

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    ) 'n u );,tarel - v ' l>l a dau e hter ' stillborn. "L •«» lf.th inst.. at Blair Drummond, the wife of F'_£wmond Forbes, ot am. '"'"" ith ISth inst., at Broadwater, Beckenham, Kent, '* ' .7 Vard Subscribers-only content

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    Milton ; good hunter, quiet to ride, carries a lady, and fast. ■ 127. DRUMMOND, a Chestuut Gelding by Blair Drummond; » good hunter, quiet to ride, and fast. 123. WHITEFACE, a Uay Mare ; good hunter, and quiet to Subscribers-only content

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    ALL will SELL, ~~by AUCTION, near Albert uate, Hyde-park, on MONDAY. January 10 - ON EMPEROR, Chestnut Geldiug by Blair Drummond; good hunter, quiet to ride, up to 13 stone, temperate, and ▼cry clever fencer and timber jumper, regularly hunted Subscribers-only content

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    following ITL'R^E.., the Property ol D. G. Downes, Uppotery, fioniton. Devou :-- X. DEVi'N T.y\y. -POP. Chestnut Gelding by Blair Drummond ; good banter, » '"ict to ride, up to 16 stone, temperate, aud vea-v drier f«a '" e r Subscribers-only content

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    LULEA. - Juana Nancy (s), Grimsby. MELBOURNE, Nov. 30.- Wally, Soderhamn ; Bancoora (s), Calcutta. NEWCASTLE, N.S.W., Nov. 29.- Blair Drummond, Cis- borne, N.Z. NORFOLK, Nov. 29.- Canopus (s), Liverpool. ROTTERDAM, Nov. 29.- Thor (s), Gibraltar. SAVANNAH, by cable.- Fernholme Subscribers-only content

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    tree was split and rent from top to bottom. Within 200 or 300 yards of the mansion house of Blair Drummond five fine fat cattle were killed ; three of the animals were found huddled to- gether under a tree, Subscribers-only content

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    Tarquin F, by Y. Melbourne Earl Mayo F, by Young Mel- -Katherine Logie ! Royal Boy bourne - Lady Blair Drummond Martyrdom Evelyn Flaxman Popinjay ' Brennus Whitechapel North Briton j Monkshood (paid) C, by Newmiaster- Beiladruni (rib ex.) I Subscribers-only content

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    Hengist (wyung lok.) My Lady (3ib) Ptarmigan (31b) Frinoc Leopold (51b) Pollio (31b) | Highclere HORSES ARRIVED. Amity, Bon-tcn, Blair Drummond, Chassepot, Dulby, Divorce colt, Esuquenee, EskdaJe, Fair M«tro*e filly, Fortunio, JTitx- william. Gunboat filly. Good Hope, Huntsbury, Kellogg, King Subscribers-only content

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    of Beaufort Chaieiherault Quicksilver Thunder I'ero Gomez Needle Gun Tasman Prince Imperial Wild Oats (paid) Sagittarius Tenedos Ethus (paid) Blair Drummond The Hopeful Stakes of 40 soys each, h ft; for two- year-olds ; colts, Sst 101b ; fillies, Bst Subscribers-only content

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    Beaufort Chatelhcrauit Quicksilver Thunder | Pero Gomez Needle Gun T:-man Prince Imperial Wild (»ats (paid) Sagittarius Tecedos Ethua (paid) Blair Drummond The Hopeful Stakes of 40 soys each, h ft- for two- year-olds; colts, 8-t 101b; tillies, Sst 61b; the Subscribers-only content

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    R. Hughes, Bodlon-deb, Bangor. Highland. Class 25.- Steers or oxen, of any age.- lst prize, C. S. H. Drummond-Moray, Blair Drummond ; 2d, J. Maxwell, The Hill Thorney ; 3d, Earl of Hare wood, Harewood House, Leeds ; recom- mended Subscribers-only content

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