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  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, June 1773, 01 June 1773-30 June 1773

    most provoking affront possible to a Highlander, recommends a commutation of the sentence. Also as to Edward Shaw McIntosh, of Borlum, his bastard brother, and some of his servants, & c., charged with the crimes of house-breaking and theft, and Subscribers-only content


    Forfar, Kincardine, Aberdeen, Banff and Moray, as well as Perth and Inverness (which last had been seized by Mackintosh of Borlum) were in Jacobite hands. By October 5 the Mackintoshes joined Mar at Perth. After reinforcements from the Highlands the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,40.9/t, B1 SAes Acot 3.What(ft~s-~)' ~ao~ecbubae;wheatUh inpt) 12.03 bshls;coton /1,90 ~sla offe,58,00bags; gi ci RUTSSIA AND GE, RMA-NY. e The Borlum correspondent of tho .3tandardfsays :-Tlae improvement is attribueted to rumosirs that a new Russeian loan' is to lie issued Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in leknple Bar jfr Alay. REmi'iscENomE oF '15.-rMaokintoab of Borlum -called by mistake Borland by Dr. Doran -was confined along with General Forster tnd a host of others in New- gate. Borlum and Forster are stated to have often quar. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    these three came the two military experts of the army. On the one side was Brigadier Macintosh, the Laird of Borlum, a man some sixty years old, a man of striking appearance, with features strongly marked. He had served in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday for his own house, and has not since beeu heard of. Two of (he shepherds on the farm of Borlum. near Fort Augustus, have likewise been missing since Friday ; and it is feared that these last must be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yrs 7st. 91b. (rec. 20j*s.) 2 -Mr. J. Davidson's Cromarty, j yrs, 9s|. c 2lb ™ 3 Won easy. The Borlum Plate of bO«ov. added to a Sweepstakes of 5 soy. each. - Two miles. Mr. Davidson's Victory. J vrs, Subscribers-only content

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