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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1698

    to the 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,

    Acts, 1740

    Mr David Bannerman, probationer, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Fordyce, Mr Walter Morison at Deskford, Mr James Anderson at Boyndie, ministers; and Robert Stewart, Provost of Banff, and from the burgh of Cullen, Mr Charles Hope-Vere of Craigiehall, ruling

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Walter. W"okinogham ; 2nd, £610, Mr R. toder, Whittlebary, Towoester. CLA.SS 28-Cows or Heifers: lst, £15, Mr G. Shand, Boyndie, Banff, N.B. ; 2nd, £10, Sir Josbn Swinburne, M l.P., Newcastle-on-Tyne; 3rd, £5, Mr IV. B. Greenfield, I Dunstable. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    animal, Baron Ferdinand J. de Rothschild, M.P.o Waddssdon Manor Aylesbury- Bucks (Aberdeen Angus and sorthorn). Hithly cornmended: Mir George Shand, Boyndie, Bancf; the Marquis of Huntly, Aboyne Castle, AbLedeenshire; the Earl oftDurbns, Lambutn Castle, Durham. CLAsS 28-Steer exceeding 2 and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I judges lingefrd over it in the cornpetition-itor the best i steer or ox. Mr. Rrbert Turner, of Cairnton ot Boyndie, Portsoy;,N.B., was thiud, with a pretty beast; and Sir J. o Swirnburue secued a fourth pr ze. Mr. Gorringe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cullen, N.B.; .,, Baron f Ferdinand De lI! thschild, II.P.; 4, the MarqurIs of Bute, t C(Wuliff; rvseesed, IL Turner, Boyndie, Portsoy, 1 B:Tnf, NB., Cross-bred steers, above three and not exceeding four I vesrs old, 1, two crpe, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aU extreme North of n',qlanI dl haviug proved to be ciii pleurn-piicnmou:1a met. The Rev. Dr. Alex-ander Anderson, well knowni ce. in connection with the Chsauonry School, Old iy, Aberdeen, died at Boyndie on Saturday at the. Iage of 7';. Subscribers-only content

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