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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 February 1772, 3 February 1772

    238 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 17721. complained of by the faid Crofs Appeal, after the Words []" to take the fame out from the Cruives"]] to leave out the Words £" in Fifhing Time"]], and inftead Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1802, 17 February 1802

    Purpofes of a Cruive Fifhery, and agreeable to the Practice of thefe Fifhings in the North of Scotland, where the Cruives have been"): And it is further Ordered, That the Caufe be remitted back to the Court of Seffion in Subscribers-only content

    24 May 1802, 24 May 1802

    leave the faid Cheque Dam dry, or obftrucT: *' the Afcent of the Salmon which had efcaped the faid " Cruives; but when the faid Cruive was abandoned •' and the Cruive Dam demolifhed, the Cheque Dam *• was by Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1824, 9 June 1824

    the Court of Session in Scotland, to enquire, in such Directl0ns- Manner as to them shall seem meet, Whether the Cruives and Yairs complained of are situate upon the Water of Solway, and protected by the Proviso in the Statute Subscribers-only content

    13 December 1826, 13 December 1826

    Shipmaster Society of Aberdeen; John Paton Esquire, of Grandholm; James Forbes Esquire, of Echt; and James Andrew Sandilands Esquire, of Cruives, Proprietors of Salmon and other Fishings in the River Don, in the County of Aberdeen, and also of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, A - K

    to city, 414; customs of boats leased by the bishop to Matthew Boyd, 447; justices appointed to execute acts anent cruives and yairs, slaughter of red fish and fry, 449; liberties of Dumbarton, Glasgow, and Renfrew in, 458; Dumbarton's impost

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mon weight. Light fish is the rule this season. On the Lower Don forty-one fish were landed, and at the Cruives fifty-nine. Prices in Aberdeen ranged from Is. 6d. to is. 8d. per lb. SLIDDEN DEATII OF A UqivEnsITY LIBRARIrAN.- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3,26, Gardens, Euston, London. N.W.:. or Hayward's Tourist Office, 42, Union Passage. B-irmingham. LAN-GL AND'S, MArBRAYINYS, CA Uj'. SLA C., Cruives to Wiest Highlands, Nor'th of Scotland RUN 'isiS U-NITED iSINGDtJhl. Clyde, Powell-Bough, &,oc, Co.'s Coasting Trips Round England. oreland, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WNe iteed thlon spy noswt ahlnit raising retls tutu' ceCtos Ye may depend oi't protectioll Is '' abaat lisowt" for Cruives. JoHN.-Win cussm Raiphl, I cannot bud say tiat's reised tisy sperits tt-bit. I begiti to see we've noons sa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the assault proved, and nentenc~d M'Kellar to thirty days' confinement in Lochgilp. head prison. ANPFCTIIXG IwCrDwT.-George Ryrse, residing at the Cruives, on the River of Thurso, obherrios large quanticies of grain carried down by the stream, commenced collecting it as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' flower of grief," which gives brightness and gaiety te tour dark November days. AFFECTING INCIDENT.-George Ryrie, residing at the Cruives on the River of Thurso, observing larg quantities of grain carried down by the stream, commented collecting it as Subscribers-only content

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