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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, October 1684, 01 October 1684-31 October 1684

    and castle of Stirling with instructions to take an account of the situation thereof with the passes on the River Forth and to make and draw the best designs he can for fortifying the same either separately or together, causing Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. Colonel Th Jones-Vaughan, R.A., has been appoin~t Chief Staff officer, Western District. ,f The Rev. IL Parry-Thornton, B-A., vicar of St rt sges Tro, has accepted the vicarage of Noda ton. it It has been decided to give Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    special train at 11 pin, The Shinnon signalled the steomer (inronme, which had picked ulp the crew of the River Forth, fyord Liverpool. The Valparaiso marlet was insetive, Bar-coppsr holders were askinr highs rates, Nitrate had advanced !2(dols. 30c. to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Mistaken identit is reported from LStirling. Oin Friday night an Edinburgh gentleman. who had been angling in the River Forth, dropped dead. Ifrom heart disease, and so remarkable weas-ni resem- blance to a local merchant, who is lals an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    into the In water. He was drownedi at A pair of otters have recently been captured in the cs River Forth &t Stirling. The male measured 46in. in kg length, and weighed 191b., and the female was 43in. in so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for London. Sc3mitnio', Sept. 14.-Jn the rondo-The General iavelock (St) from London for the north, fImmuit s, bept. 11.-The River Forth. hebce for Oallao (abandoned oil Cape olior) previons to leaving the Tyne, had large repairs in dol.k tit Soruth Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Catalogue of the exhibits in the Tasmanian court., 1880

    by Miss Piguenit, Tasmanian Flowers. V 12. Mechanics' Institute, Launceston . Oil Painting, by Dowling, 'J" of the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Tasmania. y 13. Moore , John, Latr obe. Oil Painting, River Forth , Tasmania; ditto, River Mersey , Tasmania. Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of the exhibits in the Tasmanian court., 1880

    time to time, but no regular search was made until Mr. j^ James Smith , a settler at the River Forth , took the matter in hand. He pushed his way to Mount Bischoff, where he discovered the enormous tin Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of the exhibits in the Tasmanian court., 1880

    It has not as yet been dis¬ covered in sufficient quantity to render it of commercial value. At the River Forth , on the North West Coast , a very extensive deposit of green serpentine exists, rough and polished specimens Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of the exhibits in the Tasmanian court., 1880

    Ore, from Sidmouth , West Tamar . 173. Carbonate of Iron, (Chalybite) known as Steel Ore, f rom lode, River Forth . 174. Iron Ore, from Campbell Range , North West Coast . 175. Peculiar Ironstone, in large vein near Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of the exhibits in the Tasmanian court., 1880

    Piper's River, (See -^ also Specimen 189.) 314. Slate from Nolan's Valley near Launceston . 315. Micaceous Slate from River Forth . 816. Hard Clay Slate from 200 feet level New Native Youth Gold Mining Company's Mine, Nine Mile Springs. Subscribers-only content

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