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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he answered, ' Making bonnie LYay Gonie ;' anid that the rude outline contained some of the lineamnents of Lady Balgonie, whore ha had but newly seen at his f'ather's firesides" LOVE: OF HIOM;E. " It is still remembered' as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F. C. BlighI, 41st Foot; W.XD. Macdonald, 93rdFoiot; T. Glley, \ijsittnt of a Depot Battilion; Lio;t. and Capr. A. V. Balgonie, GDretadier C;uaIds, Liert. and Capt. r.. J. Lindsay. Scots Fusilier Guards; Captains G.J. Foroyth, ,tit FI-,oti; A. J. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nobleman, who died last year, she leaves a family of four daughters. Her eldest and last surviving son, Alexander, Viscount Balgonie, died in 1857, from illness occasioned by his service in the Crimea wehile serving in the Grenadier Guards. LiruT.-GENEAUL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    account of Russian politics at the period lctdby MrGrant for his historical romance of 'The etdi spatclh' The hero, Charlie Balgonie. is a Scotch "Idie, of tortune, in the service of Catharine II. of Russia, anhinle he had been driven Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    forthicomin- A largc ash tree, hollow in the trunk at about 12 feet froum tie ground; lies been ouit at Balgonie, near Bnalgonie Castle ilid Inside, in a semi-dormiant state, not fewer tha"n seventy-five live batg have loamy founid. Time Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 January 1754, 22 January 1754

    Baillies of the Royal Borough of Culrofs, George Law Makman in and Treafurer of the .faid Borough, John Erjkine of Balgonie, James Adam Dyer, Robert Angus Husbandman, and Henry Gibfon Husbandman, Four of the Eight Mer¬ chant Counfellors of the Subscribers-only content

    Twenty-Third Report from the Select Committee on Finance., 26 June 1798

    Shilling in the Pound is the only Duty on Salaries and Pensions, that is received by the Right honourable Lord Balgonie, as Receiver General of that Duty for Scotland, and it is retained out of " the Salary or Pension Subscribers-only content

    Twenty-Third Report from the Select Committee on Finance., 26 June 1798

    - Robert Hepburn, Esq' J. H. Cochrane, Esq' Alex' Mackonothy, Esq', to 16 March 1796 inclusive - John Campbell Lord Balgonie R. E. Philips - Shadrach Moyse - D° James Ogilvie Richard Gardner - Alex' Osborne - Lord Colville ----- Subscribers-only content

    Twenty-Third Report from the Select Committee on Finance., 26 June 1798

    86 (June 1798.) Appendix to 23* Report /ro/» * [Public Revenue Account of the One Shilling Duty on the Perquisites of Office—coRfinwerf. Total Annual OFFICERS NAMES. OFFICES, &c. Assessment by Com miss iu uer s Duty. oi* Supply. AMI Subscribers-only content

    Revenue; Debt; Expenditure., 26 June 1798

    Shilling in the Pound is the only Duty on Salaries and Penlions, that is received by the Right Honourable Lord Balgonie, as Receiver General of that Duty for Scot- land, and it is retained out of the Salary or Penfion Subscribers-only content

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