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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    son of Lur-fiDurboyne, to Julia, SC- cosd daughter of the late William Brander, Esq., of Morden Hall, Surrey. At Gordon Castle, the Marquis of Abercorn, to the beautiful adri amiable Lady Louisa Russell. When the marriage ceremony wvas concluded, cannons Subscribers-only content

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    tenantry, in his new hall at H11t0lY His Grace in future will hold an annual show of cattle at Gordon Castle, and give premiums to the extent of 1001 per annum, for improvements in the breed of cattle, and in Subscribers-only content

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    already conferring so many tangible and moral benefits upon the world.-' Globe.' The Commander-in-Chief is at present staying at Gordon Castle. On Monday last he paid an unexpected visit to Fort George. A most minute inspection of the place was Subscribers-only content

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    at his racing villa at Newmarket. The Duke and Duchess of Richmond and family are ex- pected to leave Gordon Castle, N.B., early in the ensuing 3month, for town for the autumn. The Earl and Countess of Cork are about Subscribers-only content

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    instant. The Duke and Duchess of Richmond and family return to town the week after next from their seat, Gordon Castle, N.B. Earl Fortescue and Lady Susan Fortescue have arrived at Pencarrow, on a visit to Lady Moleswortb, from Castle Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 22nd September 1838

    Caracalla was the same, which meant, he said, “a Roman Cloak”. Lord M. said he felt well; spoke of Gordon Castle ; the Duchess of Richmond , her pride, Lord M.'s fear she might become one day like her unfortunate

  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, October 1773, 01 October 1773-31 October 1773

    favour. [This is one of the men referred to in the Lord Justice Clerk's letter of 25 Oct. ] Gordon Castle. 1 p . 31 Oct. Ireland, v. 447, No. 28. 337 . Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (Harcourt) to the Subscribers-only content

    Historical preface, 1508-1546

    found in a Miscellany of the Spalding Club one from the charter room of Slaines, and the other from Gordon Castle. Miscellany, II., cvi., cx.; IV., xlviii., xlix. In virtue of grants from the crown and subject superiors of great

    William and Mary, January 1690, 01 January 1690-31 January 1690

    February. They have also ordered another writ to the heritors of Banffshire to provide a magazine of provisions at Gordon Castle for the use of the forces at the usual rates. This day the Earl of Lothian presented two commissions Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORRIS, Staats Long (1728-1800), of Huntly Lodge and Knaperna, Aberdeen.

    young husband.[footnote] After a brief visit to America, he returned to England in November 1757 and established himself at Gordon Castle as the Duchess’s consort.[footnote] ‘He conducted himself in this new exaltation’, wrote the English Chronicle in 1781, ‘with so

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