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    his less practised comrades; but this little book of sporting notes from Sutherland, Stor- noway Bay, and the Sound of Mull touches on every kind of Highland sport, and is everywhere entertaining and sug- gestive. Apropos of grouse and the Subscribers-only content

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    the sketch is undeniably clever and realistic. Mr E. Duncan exhibits a very striking little picture, " The Sound of Mull from Tobermor" (No. 379), which dis- plays a similar peculiarity in its composition. Here we see a thin strip Subscribers-only content

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    of the MIuseum. Inteiligenee from Tobermory reports that a sohooner, name of which is unknown, sank in the Sound of Mull, - on the aight of the 27tl of December. The crew are sup- Poscd 4a be lost.-A 9Soth E'sk Subscribers-only content

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    William Tyre, mate of that vessel, in connection rwith the running down of the yacht Kalathish in the Sound of Mull on Auguist,22, was investigate~d at the -Edinburgls Jus- ticiary Court on Mlonday.' Ths -prosecution alleved that She defendants recklessly Subscribers-only content

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    with the Duke of ArgylE and party on board, and which went on to the rocks off the Sound of Mull, has returned to (btan to be beached for repairs. The telephone has found its way to China. The Viceroy Subscribers-only content

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    William and Mary, May 1693, 01 May 1693-31 May 1693

    frigates appointed for the Irish seas is to cruise on the N.W. of Scotland, with station in the Sound of Mull. The commander is to search suspected vessels for passengers and correspondence to or from France, transmitting papers found to Subscribers-only content

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