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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1594, May

    George Mortimer of Auchinbeadie. Alexander Buchane of Auchmacoy. John Grahame appeirand of Morphie. John Pantoun of Pitmedden. Alexander Chalmer of Balnacraig. John Rosse of Auchlosin. George Meldrum of Drumbrek. Archibald Douglas of Pendreich. Robert Tulloch of Tannacheis, Provest of Forresse.

    Index, A-K

    Chalmer , John, of Bobithen, 825. Chalmer , Samuel, 812. Chalmer , William, of Achorthie, 826. Chamber , Alexander, of Balnacraig, 825. Chancellor , Lord High, v . Argyle, Athol, Dunfermline, Glammis, Huntly, Maitland, Montrose, Morton. Channons , Canons, 280.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    North Foreland, the steamer Baluacraig, of Aberdeen, from Antwerp to London, with a general cargo. All those on board the Balnacraig were saved. The captain of the Naro reported :-" Cook, steward, mess-room steward, third engineer, and three fire- men Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Aboyne. Aberdeenshire. A boy n3amed Charles Thomson, a crofter's son, was missed on Saturday evening at the farm of Balnacraig. It was supposed he had gone away with his father, who was nesting the farm, but yesterday morning the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ntier: Cognac, Almeria; Olga lel, Copenthagen; Thetis (sl, Itaajilr'ir I Gotoborg Is). Gothronbarg: Redendels (si, Copealsapen; Ybuirra Teo ), Bilbao; Balnacraig is), Cronstadt; Alpha SIs, Chrtisaia; Manni )e, Swinemunde; Harrington (si, Hamburg: Hugin Is), Gothe arhbz Riday-Cerl, for Winner; Maria Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been in colislon with Ill sunk, at 5 p.m. on Friday, off Norlh Fo elanli a ie a t, l Balnacraig, of Aberdeen, from Anvwerp to LordO, 51:5 a general cargo. All those on board the Bilalncralt Mrs saved. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    collisions occurred on the South Coast on Satur- day. In the early morning the steamer Karo ran down the steamer Balnacraig, off the North Foreland. The latter sunk, but all her crew were saved. A t Portsmouth, in the evening, Subscribers-only content

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