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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 18th August 1847

    board the "Fairy", taking leave there of the Argylls, Dss of Sutherland , &c. - As we steamed down Loch Fyne , the lights on the hills were beautiful. At 5 we reached Loch Gilp, & all landed at Lochgilphead,

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, January 1738, 01 January 1738-21 January 1738

    so was the additional fleet of nets bestowed by the Trustees this last season. The coast herring fishing in Loch Fyne, the Northern Lochs and the Firth of Forth extended to 31,752 barrels, an excess over the preceding year of

    Treasury Books and Papers, January 1741, 07 January 1741-30 January 1741

    Aberdeen fished in deep water, taking only 79 barrels, and on the coast only 2,900 barrels were taken on Loch Fyne and Loch Ryan, and none at all on the north west coast, Lewis, or the Moray and Forth firths.

    Extracts from the records, 1670

    "Egleshames croft" will be found in Glasgow Protocols; see also footnote to Protocol No. 2133. Silvercraigs is situated on Loch Fyne, within the parish of Kilmichael-Glassary, Argyleshire, not far from the estate of Kirnan, in the same parish, which has

    Index, L, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    -, tallies of. See Tallies. Lobban , George, 631, 632. Lochaber (Inverness) , 402. Lochbroom (Ross) , 304, 383. Loch Fyne (Argyllshire) , 465. Lock John , 177, 231, 268. Lockett . See Hawthorne William. Locking up his Majesty's treasure

    Index, L, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    (Receipt, Auditor); Keeper of see Tape, R. -, tallies of, 163, 197, 405, 410, 427, 614, 641, 812, 829. Loch Fyne (Scotland) , 3. -, Ryan (Scotland), 3. Lochdochart (Perth) , 369, 754, 770, 774. Lock (Locke, Loch), Elizabeth, 72,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (almost unparol. leled as it was in force and duration), excepting a small iron one, the Tarbert Castle, on Loch Fyne, which, from her light draught of water, was unable to cope with it." We have not space for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also nervous English; but the Gaelic itself has been taken down and printed. Hector 'Irquhart, gamekeeper at Ardkinglas on Loch Fyne, and Hector Maclean, schoolmaster at Ballygrant in Islay, have been Mr Campbell's chief helpers in this part of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out of waters. The Duke of Argyll helps us to an apt illustration: There is a curious animal in Loch Fyne which I have sometimes dredged up from the bottom of the sea, and which performs the most extraordinary and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clear smooth bay from a boat that poises itself won- dErfully in the buoyant water; and his "Rua Phrassin, Loch Fyne " (344), is also a fine sea-piece. Neither of the two sea-scapes exhibited by Mr Colin Hunter entirely fulfils Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    undulating downs, villages, and farms. Whilst be was waiting for the steamer on Lake Baikal, four thousand miles from Loch Fyne, he strolled on the beach and watched a good haul of herrings, which were split, salted, and packed in Subscribers-only content

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