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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar. M'Culloeh was the son of a Small landed proprietor I in Wigtonshire, and he was born at Isle of Whithorn, in a 1759. Mr. M'Ceuloch came to Edinbargh early in life, and was for some time occupied as a Subscribers-only content

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    Moichrum; (7) the semi-circular earthwork on the sea cliff, Barsallock, Mochrum; and (8) the ancient chapel at the Isle of Whithorn. These last live monuments are im the county of Wigtown. The Order will not come into force until it Subscribers-only content

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    sbha, Marton, Cheshire; Mr. W. Burkitt, Grange Hill, Bishop Aucklland; Miss Jane Forster, Worleeton' Miss M1. X. Fraser, Isle of Whithorn, Wigtonshire; Missc 1S. A. Humphpreys, Ballinacuary, Cork; MirI M. BE. L~loyd, Brook Eouse, Denbigh Mr. James McOreath, A~uohenw-inn, N14.E.; Subscribers-only content

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    she was oh- served on Monday morning b iha ctew of the Preventative Service cutter, statione d at Isle of Whithorn, who manned a boat, and took on board the crew: and passengers, six in number. Immediately afterwards she struck, Subscribers-only content

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    to return to Italy. r, SHIPPING. e ARRIVED At this port, on the 12th inst.,the Mary Annjfrom the Isle of Whithorn, with turnips; and James, from Newry, with wheat. :At Londonderry, the Mina, Burns, from New Yolk. At Greenock, on Subscribers-only content

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