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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 12th October 1854

    much to go away. All, looking so beautiful such soft lights on the mountains & the sky so cloudless. Reached Banchory at ½ p. 12 where we got into the train, getting Edinburgh shortly after 7. - We read a

    Friday 29th August 1851

    we had to close the carriage. Just before Banchory the postilion of the 2nd carriage drove against a post, breaking the wheel, so we took the 2 children in with us till Banchory , & then put Alice into the

    Friday 15th September 1854

    the well known line, - Linlithgow , - Stirling, - Forfar , - Perth, - by Aberdeen & on the Banchory , where we left the train, lunched, & proceeded by road to Balmoral. Vicky, Bertie & Lenchen were in

    Thursday 28th September 1848

    began to blow & was cold, so we closed the carriage. We next changed horses at Aboyne & then at Banchory . Reached Aberdeen at ½ p. 7. The whole town was beautifully illuminated, which had a very pretty effect

    Tuesday 12th October 1852

    most brilliant effects. At Aboyne the Sheep "Tryst" was going on, & we saw flocks of beautiful Highland sheep. From Banchory to Stonehaven , is a very tedious stage & the scenery alas! gets every moment uglier. After lunching there,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the names of Mr Hussey, late member for Salisbury; of Sir C. Dalrymple Ferguson, Bart. ; of Lord Burnett, of Banchory; and of Michael Murphy, the celebrated Irish jockey. The accounts from Dublin represent the continuance of emigration from Ireland. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR BENTLEY'S NEW PUBLICATIONS PUBLISHED THIS DAY. I. HISTOrY of the WAR of the SICILIA NT VESPERS. By MIcOElE Assnr. Edited, with Introduction and Notes, by the Earl ot Ellesnmere. S vo0s. post j~vo, 3IBs, 6a. bound. Sr. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at eight o'clock, on their return south for England. The Royal party proceeded by Ballater, Aboyne, and Banchory, to the Stonehaven station of the Aberdeen Railwvay, and from thence to Forfar, where, shortly after leaving the station, a casualty befel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HEBREW TEXT of the BOOK of GENESIS, preceded by a Hebrew Grammar, &c. By the ltev W. PAUL, iMinister of Banchory, Descaicic. In-Svo. [In Decemenbr. X. THE COQUET-DALE FISHING SON4P now first collected. With a Preface, Notes,- and Appefidixa. By' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    morn- ing her Majesty left Balmoral at eight o'clock en route for the south, and travelled by coach, by Ballater, Banchory, and the Slug road, to Stonehaven. The weather, which previously had been stormy, was exceedingly favourable. She reached Edinburgh, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 April 1826, 17 April 1826

    Aprilis. J.1826. Banchory: Ternan: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Farmers, Traders, and resident Inhabitants of the Parish of Ban¬ chory Ternan, Kincardineshire, whose Names are there¬ unto subscribed: Blair Atholl Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Landholders Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    and Dowally ; Callander; Blair Athol; Forgandenny ; Ross ; Ross and Cromarty; New Machar; Old Machar; Mid- mar ; Banchory Ternan; Fintray ; Aboyne; and Kincar¬ dine O'Neil, 17th April, 191, 192.—Scone ; Bendochy; Auchtergaven; Methwen ; and Clunie, Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1831, 21 April 1831

    bourhood, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Farmers and Banchory, others holding Lands in the Parishes of Banchory, &c: Strachan, Birse, Aboyne, Kincardine, O'Neil Lumphanan, Migvie and Coull, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    ; Milford and Hakin; Talley; Minchinhampton; Southern Part of Devon; Rothesay; Glasgow; Epworth; Dedding- ton; Selby; Elgin and Forres; Newtonstewart; Banchory, &c.; Ruthin; Society of High Constables, Edinburo-h • County of Sussex; and Fintray, 499. — Cornwall; Elles- mere; Soham; Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1834, 17 June 1834

    Gotland, l^ from k & for )' its Upon reading the Petition of the Minister, Elders and other Parishioners of Banchory Devenick, partly in the County of Aberdeen and partly in the County of Kincar¬ dine, whose Names are thereunto Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, June 1772, 01 June 1772-30 June 1772

    to M. Thompson, Esq. His Majesty has approved of Mr. George Ogilvy to supply the vacancy in the church at Banchory, and the necessary instrument will be ready to be delivered in a few days. Like letter sent to the Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Books and Papers, June 1730, 21-30, 21 June 1730-30 June 1730

    Treasury Books and Papers June 1730, 21 30 June 1730, 21 30 June 22. 354 . Same of Robert Jacomb, Deputy Paymaster of the Forces, containing statement of demands for offreckonings, clearings, and other services of the forces, to

    General Index , B, 01 January 1770-31 December 1172

    Thomas, Dean of Chichester Ballard , Dr. Reeve, Prebendary of St. Peter, Westminster Balmarino , church and parish Banchory or Nether Banchory , church at, presentation Banff in Scotland Bangor , Baron, of Castle Ward, creation of Bank of England Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1698

    province of Aberdeen, to any of these posts following, viz., New and Old Aberdeen, Peterhead, Foveran, Rathven, Mostlach, Boyndie, Upper Banchory, Over, or Old Meldrum; and three to the province of Moray, to any of these posts following, viz., Inverness,

    General Index , M, N, O, P, Q, R, 01 January 1770-31 December 1172

    the Virginia ViceAdmiralty Court Thomas, candidate for the Council in [Virginia ] Nesbitt , Arnold, Esq. Cosby, Esq., pension, Nehter Banchory , church and parish Nethercoat , William, Dean of Kilmacduagh Nettleton , Mr., Governor of the Russia Company, letter Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FARQUHARSON, Archibald (1793-1841), of Finzean, Banchory, Aberdeen.

    (1793-1841), of Finzean, Banchory, Aberdeen. Constituency Dates Elgin Burghs 1820 1826 Biography Farquharson"s father, the son of a merchant, succeeded to the Finzean estates in Aberdeenshire on the death of his second cousin Francis Farquharson in 1786. His first wife,

 

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