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  • * British History Online *

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    Further additions and corrections to the Preface, Pages ci - ccl

    p. 607 ] . On 7th February, 1591-2, the earl of Moray, a descendant of the regent, was murdered at Donibristle by Gordon of Buckie, in association with the earl of Huntly, and the public indignation which the murder excited

    Index, A-D

    19, 86. friars. See "Blackfriars." Donaldson (Donaldsoun), Richard, a 56. William, 541. Doncaster castle , 465. Donegal , 254, 578. Donibristle , 562. Donydour . See "Dundemore." Dormonesyde , 116. Douay , college of, 3. Dougall (Dowgall), John, mealman, 361.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    givesn below, viz.:- Guaranteed Lant~aor Tooir. 'tonse Loclarolly Iron andi Coal Company-..... 166,10W &%'50.j Cowdlsnouhstl Cioal Company------------ l6CO) 342.5,p D0 Donibristle totliery Company------------t:e60'.I=3 r4" 3 Denend Coal Comanisy.................. 7.3 55.1511 Dunclonald C-sllirry.....................K.20th 33,000 Cardnri~dln Colliery Ipresent output at the race Subscribers-only content

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    ethatj they havre threa~tenedl others wh lo hlave paid. A BoRDxR MfaRRiAG&-At the Dunfermline Sheriff Court, on Saturday. Elizabeth M'Phedriln, Donibristle, pleaded guilty to haVi' g in bosa nse Manse, Dun- fbrmline, whie the lawful wife of Wi White basketniaker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unti. after Whitsuntide. C The Earl and Countess of Moray have arrived at ( Edinburgh from Donibristle, their place in Fifeshire, near Aberdour. Donibristle, which is surrounded by N woods, occupies a charming situation on the shore of the Firth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a', bill to confirm certaia orders made by the'Board of Trade.' i I under the Sea Fiheries'ct, 1868 relating to Donibristle. Frith'of Forth, and the-ol'loo¶, Frith of Clyde.. The other' businest wan'disposed of and. the BHouse adjourned at 12,46. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Mastership of the Warwickshire hounds. The late Earl of Moray was buried on Thursday in the family mausoleum at Donibristle, Fife. ILLNESS oF THE DEAN orF LINCELN.-The Dean Of Lincoln, Dr. Jecemie, is seriously ill. The annual meeting of Subscribers-only content

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