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You searched for: Place: "Island of Skye"

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hequuesteratjrns,-.~ Briton, Gummlosk, Ayrshire, attctioeuer-ll- Cnthbert, jun.. Greenockc, merchlant-it. Harper, Glasgowv, victuallor-W. Cost:, Glasgow<, hotel keeper-C. Elder, Kinock, Island of Skye, .Invernesshire, taekteea -5. R oes, Bona r bridge, Satheerland, grocer. _~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~li R Births.-On the 16thi inst., in Endsleigh street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Committee, it appears, that an urgent necessity exists for accelerating the removal of the redundant population of the Island of Skye before emaciation and disease do their work, as they did in the emigration from Ireland to Canada in 1847; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    duty which he has entirely neglected for the more congenial occupation of fishing on the coast of the Island of Skye. Thus justice is withheld, irretrievable injury is done to suitors, and the affairs of persons requiring the intervention of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 22nd ult., at Ballachulish, near Inverness, at the great age of 106 years. She belonged to the Island of Skye, and was well-known for upwards of half-a-century, on the west coast, as "K Kirstan Sgiathanacb," or Skye Kirsty, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    view of dealing effectually L with the alarming agitation among the crofters n which now prevails in the Island of Skye. The h s attempt made to settle ten men of the police h force on Thursday for the preservation Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, June 1773, 01 June 1773-30 June 1773

    Gives particulars as to the trial of Peter McPhie, late servant to Mr. Macleod, of Waterstone, in the Island of Skye for the murder of his fellow servant; and, the prisoner having been offered the most provoking affront possible to Subscribers-only content

    Journal, June 1771, Volume 78, 01 June 1771-30 June 1771

    lordships took into further consideration the order of reference of the petition of sundry persons, inhabitants of the Island of Skye, praying for a grant of forty thousand acres of land in North Carolina, and it was ordered, that the

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