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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GREAT EXPEDITION." In an account of the " Third great expedition to Glen Fishic, Dalwhinnie, and Blair Athole," we find the following amusing piece: ARRIVAL AT DALWHINNIE. At length, and not till a quarter to nine, we reached the inn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The tran, which cnsisted of twenty-nine vehicles drawn by two n left Perth at 9p. n, and was running between Dalwhinnie and Newtonmore about half-past one yesterday morning, when the couphngs broke and the train divided. The first portion proceedeW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .-POZ Sleddle. Tinar-awn= BtEscNrL Saz5ae.-CaerlverocLk BsecensDoTaS SrAZss.-Cool and Certamen. AsarLE PLrSrs,-Leadenhall, Philtatos, Bootless, Esther, Traviata filly, Walloon, Veau d'Or, Avilon, Dalwhinnie, Life- guard, Wild West, Miser Davis, laya, and Nuska. CUs-rees Sr-azs.-ltligdoon, Bat-harm, Easaity, Ftini, Double Eagle, Brndlemere, Blue Peter, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dalwhinnie, 100 to 15 aget Alauda, 8 to 1 agst Sir Walter, 100 to 12 agst.Santa Arma, and 10 to 1 agst MotherIda.-$aanta Anna, after several failures, jumped off in front of Dalwbinnie and Alauda, but on settling down Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    runners, fell to Bert, who carried most money, the favourite getting home by a head after a fine race with Dalwhinnie. During the afternoon there was a little wagering on the chief event of the meeting (the Chester Cup), which Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, March 1744, 01 March 1744-30 March 1744

    did the last year repair the road from Crieff to Tay Bridge, Dalnacardoch, Dalwhinnie, 43 computed miles, thence to Fort Augustus and Fort William, 45 miles, from Dalwhinnie to Ruthven, thence to Inverness, 45 miles, thence to Fort Augustus, 24,

    Treasury Books and Papers, April 1745, 02 April 1745-30 April 1745

    40 men for three months, which party repaired the road from Inverness to Fort William, and from Fort Augustus to Dalwhinnie. He likewise employed Lieut. Cranston, of Col. Murray's regiment, with one serjeant, one corporal, one drum, and 30 men

    George III, August 1773, 01 August 1773-31 August 1773

    other public works (by John Smeaton), surveys of certain estates newly come under their management, repair of the inn at Dalwhinnie upon the great military road leading from Edinburgh to Inverness, & c., education of the sons of the tenants, Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    , Sir Charles, Gentleman Usher Black Rod, 161, 177, 191, 204, 397, 414, 429, 609, 623, 633, 798, 810, 823. Dalwhinnie (Inverness) , 464, 679. Daly , Margaret, 681, 683 4. Dalziel , Lieut. Gen., 510, 682. Dancer , George,

    General Index, C, D, E, F, G, 01 January 1772-31 December 1775

    D'Aiguillon , Duc Daily Advertiser , a report in the Dalhousie , Lord Dalling , Lieut.-Governor, Jamaica Dalrymple , Major-Gen Dalwhinnie Daly , Benjamin Damer , John, appointment D'Amour , Brins, a Canadian Dampier , Thomas, D.D. Danish ship at Subscribers-only content


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