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    important national 111111ttstitng." The Dalbeattie quarries, of which six are opened and in fall wvork, are situated on the estate of Munches, in the Stowearly of Kirkcudbright, about one mile and a half from the Dalbeattie railwtv station. The Kirkceotell Subscribers-only content

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    ments going out on Friday in the Malabar. jit Tlic Lydian Monarch sailed last night for Egypt. ch Thc transports Dalbeattie, Amethyst, Stelling, and Kent are loading with railway trucks and- timber at W~ool. wis cicb, and there is little Subscribers-only content

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    LIASiSSOL, September 1.-A naval steam-tetg, with trio in iron lighters, has arrivedihere for transport service. I GOiBRALTAR, September L-The transport Dalbeattie, red with railway carriages and a quantity of compressed hay, of passed here at 7 yesterday evening. O MALTA, Subscribers-only content

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    p.m.-Sir Auckland Colvin had a long intereiew with the Khedive this morning. MALTA, October 13.-H.M.S. Penelope, with the Tagus and Dalbeattie, have arrived from Port Said. The Carthage has arrived from Poetsmouth. The City of New York, with a portion Subscribers-only content

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    of Middlesbrough, ofl Flanmborough Head, early yesterday morning. The Harvest Queen was cut down to the water' edge, and the Dalbeattie was severely damaged on one side, but is supposed to have reached the Tees in safety. The CusNEsse CZAR Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, M

    i. 1130; ii. 44, 198, 310, 382, 479, 676, 1342. Mumford , Edward, of Wereham, ii. 630, 637. Munches near Dalbeattie (Monshein), Kirkcudbrightshire, ii. 1155, 1395. Munckton (Muckton), Michael, i. 662, 740; ii. 470, 667, 1072, 1327. Muncriffe , Muncris.

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