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You searched for: Place: "Findo Gask"

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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Forgundenny. Forteviot. Eglismagirdell. Moucarsie. Dunnyn. Rind. Tibbermure. Aberdagie. Pitcairne. Kintaile. Madartie. Methven. Logiearde. Roggartoun. Collas. [Kethins. ] Trinitie Gask. Findo Gask. Dunkeld . Dowallie. Incheaddan. Clunay. Fothegayle. Weyme. Kilmawock. Strouane. Lud. Rainoch. Dow. Garnetullie. Fosse. Logierait. Kirkmichaell. Mulyne. Ardunnan. Straphillan.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALE OF AN ABERDEENSHIRE ESTATE. Tlie estate of Pttmedden ancl Guildhall, with fishings in the River Don, lielonging to the* lat# .Mr (.ieorge Thompson, at one time M.P. fov Aberdeen City, was yesterday exposed for sale in the office Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRADE NEWS. DtiXDHE BOOT AND SHOEMAKERS. A meetiug of the members of the Dundee Hand- sewed Boot and Shoemakers' Union was held lost night. Among other things, tho question of a re- presentative at the Trades Council was considered, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WRESTLING. Triangular Match a;-.d Open Competition.- Tho match for £3. in which Alexander Bain, of Elgin, undertook to beat two wrestler.! in the one ring, Scottish style, to.-k place in the Town Hall, Motherwell, en Saturday evening, and, as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE GREAT BRITAIN MTU? ALSHIP ASHORE IN DUNDRUM BAY. (From the Belfast Northern Wliig of Thursday.) This splendid steamer, which left Liverpool on Thursday at half-past eleven o'clock, a.m., for New York, ran ashore on a sand bank at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A NIGHT WITH THE CAITH- NESS FISHING FLEET. [Bt a Correspondent.] The herring, by far the most valuable of our food fishes, is chased around the British coast from place to place. The regular fishing season only lasts for Subscribers-only content

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