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  • * British History Online * *

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    read Thomas. " 85, " 13. For Leotine read Leoline. " 104, " 11 from bottom. For Otter Barbreck read Otter, Barbreck. " 120, " 17. For to the lieut.-colonel read to be lieut.colonel. " 139, " 31. For Governor Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    Belgium, inhabitants fled at approach of the French Otter , Argylls., laird of, to be seized Otter Barbreck. See separate entries , Barbreck; Otter. Ottoman territories , advices from, mentioned Oudenarde , E. Flanders prov., Belgium, French King refuses to Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, July 1684, 01 July 1684-31 July 1684

    rents of the unconfirmed vassals. 2. You are to seize Lord Neill Campbell, Campbell of Ardkinlas, the lairds of Otter Barbreck, Ellangreg, Maconchy of Ineray, Ralston, Dunstafnage, Archibald Campbell, John Cameron of Glendesre, Donald Cameron his brother, Campbell of Airds Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 24, January 1732, 01 January 1732-31 January 1732

    Younger of Kintras , and of Alexander and Mary Campbell , his Brother and Sister, Creditors of Archibald Campbell of Barbreck , to the Appeal of John Duke of Argyll and Greenwich ; Were brought in. Savery's Pet. referred to

    June 1657, An Act for Raising of Fifteen Thousand Pounds sterling in Scotland., 26 June 1657-26 June 1657

    John Campbel of Glenurgh, Duncan Steuart of Appein, Collein Campbel of Lockniel, John Campbel of Downstasnake, George Campbel, Campbel of Barbreck, James Campbel of Arkinglus, Arch bald Campbel of Drumfinie, Campbel of Kilcon, William Ralston of Ralston, Campbel of Skippinisk,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for a few weeks, and is staying at 29, Dover Street. Lord Napier of Magdala has taken the shootings of Barbreck and Clachaig, in Argyllshire, for the coming season. The Commander-in-Chief will visit Aldershot to- morrow for the purpose of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES, a__ NuBEB CCCXXXVIIL MOUNT GRACE PR3IORY. R; V. T., in reply to "R. J.," and in addition to the brief sketch by. " Xenry Gaunt" (CCCXXXIV.), eends the rolhowing additional particulars:- This fine ruin is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Inlalid Revenue, aged .5. I)csnber Iu;' at liarlurecrkI ilousc, Crraigiusit, A rgyic- Iiri, iti r-.Umiiral D oinald Caipobell, of Barbreck, ini t 7 ,sth ear of bi age. em ni-i r 1!1 R0oh i t 1eilly. Esq., late of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERARY -NOTICES. , E-WHiSTOICAL WOnRE ON THE ai tWf1 OF IRLAsDt t WE are happy in being able to announce the ap- pearance shortly of a work on the above subiect, by our well-known townsman, the Rev. George Hill. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iSaturday lafl, at the Queens Inn, Burtou-upon.Trentr fIu uIrs. Campbell, widow of the lalte Charles Compbel' Elq; and 1'el of Barbreck, North Britain.-She was on her retuin frert 1 ld Brittut, where fie had been for the recovery of het..hcalth. Subscribers-only content

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