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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Greti' and the Tees. The Vignette, Bowes' Tower. ' Tis LoRD OF THE ISLEs-Frontispiece, Loch Coriskin, Isle of Skye. The Vignette, Fingal's Cave, Staffia. BPaIDsLOF 'IOIEslAslN-Frontispiece, Skiddafrom the Lake. TheVignefte,M atyburgh. - DCAIAS-.Frontispsiece, Becwick,'tfpont-Tweed. Thellignette, Abbotaoxd the residec Subscribers-only content

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    On Monday next, price Sixpence, W II A T I S HE E? By the Author of "Viian Grey." ",I hear that.... is again in the field. I hardly know whether we ought to wish him success. What is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRESS IN THE ISLE OF SKYE,-A letter from the Rev. Mr GlaFs, minister of the parish of Dtirinish, Isle of Skye, to the Rev. Mr M'Bean, of the South Church, Greenock, gives a most melancholy picture of the condition of Subscribers-only content

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    her hands 61. or 71., which he was about to require, as he was going home to the Isle of Skye. This moneyshe had spent. Her pride, for she appears to have been a woman of an ambitious spirit, could Subscribers-only content

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    a special train on the South Wes- tern 11adlway. ILLNESS or MR WAICLEY.-The 'Medical Times' states that Mr Wakley the Coroner for Middlesex, has had an attack of apoplexy, accompanied by paralysis, during his sojourn in the Isle of Skye. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, February 1733, 06 February 1733-28 February 1733

    fishing season. This end would be better answered by the officers residing at Bernera in Glenelg, opposite the Isle of Skye, and adjacent to the several lakes and creeks where the greatest resort is for fishing, and where a constant

    Warrant Books, January 1708, 11-15, 11 January 1708-15 January 1708

    foreign ships will touc h in their passages from east to west, to range the coast from the Isle of Skye to Inverness, visiting in the summer the Isles of Zesland & Lewis; her usual place of refitting to be

    Acts, 1724

    Presbytery of Abertarff, and to have their meetings at Killiwhimin: And do erect the whole parishes of the Isle of Skye, and small islands next adjacent thereto, into a third Presbytery, to be called the Presbytery of Skye, and to

    Addenda, Addenda 1691, 19 February 1691-31 December 1691

    command. That the house of Island Donan belonging to the Earl of Seaforth, "a great bridle upon the Isle of Skye," be garrisoned at the same time, and that the company levied for that post be joined to the party Subscribers-only content

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

    to the Lords of the Committee of Council thereupon, a petition of sundry persons, inhabit ants of the Isle of Skye, setting forth their having taken a resolution to embark with their families in order to settle in North Carolina,

 

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