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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    could not get Baltic timher, could not afford to build it of Southampton oak, and was forced to go to Braemar for such wood to build his vessel as would be shaking in every spar before it went halt-way across Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the borders of the Tay to Braemar and the other villages in the upper districts of Aberdeenshire. The distance by this path from Blair Athol at the opening of Glen Tilt to Braemar is twenty-six miles ; and if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    present Drke's grandfather nor father ever attempted to close the glen, but his grandfather, on the contrary, encouraged intercourse between Braemar and Blair Atholl by Glen Tilt; and, assisted by the Earl of Fife, improved the road, and in some Subscribers-only content

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    12th inst.) the Queen and Court honoured the gathering in Braemar with their presence, some thousands of Highlanders being assembled on the occasion. The place chosen this year was a spacious lawn on the south side of the old castle Subscribers-only content

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    thought his Grace of Atholl was supremely ridiculous, attired in the kilt and ridhng on horsebock, as he figured at Braemar the other week-at least, the majority of the spectators did not seem to fancy his position as a graceful Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1719

    Hirta, alias St. Kilda, a far remote island, where the Society maintains a minister, who is also schoolmaster; Glenmuick in Braemar; Monaltry there; Harray in Orkney; Abertarff in the Shire of Inverness; Tomnavillan in Banffshire; Shapinshay in Orkney an Island;

    Acts, 1712

    beside the catechist or schoolmaster of St Kilda in the following places, viz., one in Abertarff; one in Castletoun of Braemar; a third in Auchintoul, both in the Highlands of the shire of Aberdeen; a fourth in the parish of

    Index of names and places, I, J

    1388. Walter, of Auchlunkart, ii. 1145, 1386. William, of Kinermony, ii. 1145, 1386. Inneskellyn . See Enniskillen . Invercauld near Braemar (Invercald, Inwercald), Aberdeenshire, ii. 1146, 1385. Inverkeithing (Innerkeithing, Innerkething), Fifeshire: assessment of, ii. 1144, 1240, 1360. commissioners for assessment

    Introduction

    Standard was raised only on September 6. On September 14 Colonel Hay, brother of Lord Kinnoull, seized Perth and from Braemar Mar marched thither; by the end of September he had an army of between four and five thousand men;

    Historical preface, 1638-40

    lands of the earl of Airlie, burning his "bonnie house" which had previously been captured by Montrose, and subsequently ravaged Braemar and Badenoch. 103 The castle of Edinburgh, under lord Ruthven, thereafter, for a time, alone actively represented the cause

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Braemar

    Place BraemarBraemar, Aberdeenshire, Scotland Braemar, a village near Balmoral in Scotland, is best known for the 'Braemar Gathering', a traditional Highland Games that takes place there each year. Queen Victoria began the tradition of royal attendance at the Games,

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Brae Mar, 1808

    Brae Mar Landscape; mountains with a man in the foreground, walking towards a thatched cottage among trees in the middle ground to left; unlettered proof. 1808Etching

    Deliciae Sylvarum; The Linn of Dee, Forest of Braemar, 1829

    Deliciae Sylvarum; The Linn of Dee, Forest of Braemar A wooden bridge over a gorge in a forest. 1829Etching on chine appliqué

    Brae Mar, 1808

    Brae Mar Landscape; mountains with a man in the foreground, walking towards a thatched cottage among trees in the middle ground to left. 1808Etching

 

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