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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LYON, David (?1794-1872), of 34 Grosvenor Square, Mdx.

    Balintore Castle in Forfarshire, not far from Glamis. In 1848 he married the daughter of the novelist Lady Charlotte Bury (n�e Campbell) and her second husband. He died in Nice "aged 77', in April 1872, and left Goring and

    LYON, William (1807-1892).

    contest.[footnote] On the death of his only surviving brother David in 1872 Lyon inherited his properties at Goring, Sussex and Balintore, Forfarshire, as well as his London house in South Street, Park Lane. He subsequently sold his own house in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    carpenter-J. Ward, Nottingham, tailor -W. Exley, Manchester, bootmaker. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. C. E. Maillardet, Crail, Fifeshire, coal master-D. Ross and Sex, Balintore, Ross-shire, merchants-D. M'Pherson, Pitmain, Isverc ness-shire, merchant. Friday, February 2. WAR OFFICE, FEB. 2. Royal Horse Guards-Lieut. T. Brunt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Beard have intimr'ted thst the Governme*t iare prepared to contribute, tbree-fourths of the expens (£5,002) 'of erertiog a harbour at Balintore, Easter Rows, .provided tat btie rest of thel sum is raised by fshermen and othersminterested, - M Mr, Blewitt, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAILL ARDET Charles Eldred, coal master, Crail; tobreetat Cupar, Feb. 3, and 24, at 11. ROSS Donald, and Son, merchants, Balintore; to meet at Tain Feb. 5, and 26, at 1. M'PHlRSON Duncan, postmaster, merchant, and cattle deal- er, Kingussie; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 4, resolved to transmit the overture - one minister declining to vote. - Scotsman. Forbidding the Banns. - The Balintore corre- spondent of the Inverness Advertiser writes: - On the occasion of a couple being proclaimed for the first Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (26i Promise, t'pera t. Middlesbroug-, lightl Sailings, June 25.- Byculla, I'uaseli, Wool Bridge; Anne laob.Ua, HarTiaon, London; Colun* bine. Mam. Balintore; Fteden, Ander.en Cr .install - allc. WEST HARTLBPOOL. Aiuiivaz... June _s.- Uocklau.a s. Buck. - . deals; Geurge, Danby. Subscribers-only content

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