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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Seftar,. in Edinburgh, H. Duiadad, Esq. Captain R.N. to Robina, yoqogestdgoaeghter of the late Sir ., Dundas, of Beechwosd and Dunira, B}art,1 Onf the Sclh inst. Peter Langfsard gjrore, Esq. to Mis Campbell, at Islay house, Scdtland. DEATHs. Oa the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Driet. gomery Blair, who was President Lincoln's Postnaaster, General. E Earl Cairns has taken thle mansion and sbootings Oe Dunira, near Crieff, for the autumn, from tbe trustees ol Sir S. Dundas. It is stated tbat the .Nineteenth Century Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    roother, -and is staying at DnikeIld, where she is at no great distance froni her hine suitor, eho has the Dunira shootings, near Comrie, this season, The Colin Campbell divorce suit will Iho heard, blcfore Sir James Hannen, soon after Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Mancirstcr." D On Saturday afternoon the Dunira from China, and the Bengal from Bengal, lastfrom St.FHelenapassed as by Portsmouth for the river. Sir Hudson Lowe and Staff i are passengers in the Dunira. Col. Sir Thomas Reade landed with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rirousay' ; and among the members of tho committee, are telse FLady II. Kerr, Honoorable Mrs. Strange, Lady Dundas, of Dunira, Ceuntesses of Leven aind Melville, MrIs. Grant, lI-on.j iMrs. U1 . Erskiiie, &e.-Seelatnteol. t PsexsUoEt ARSItNGe ranar Bonus.-At the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 April 1803, 20 April 1803

    Patent, bearing Date the 24th of December, in the Melville m. Forty-third Year of His prefent Majefty, created B?ron of Dunira, in the County of Perth, and Vifcount Mel¬ ville of Melville, in the County of Edinburgh, ?.nd the Heirs Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    engaged. SHIPS NAMES. Herefordshire - - Vansittart - - General Kyd Minerva - Thomas Coutts Duke of York Orwell - Dunira - - Windsor - - Kellie Castle Royal George - Repulse Farquharson - Thames - - Macqueen William Farlie Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Committee upon Distilleries in Scotland, 12 July 1799

    fcrccn them from merited puniihment. Dr. Jeffray lets out upon his vifit to the Weft Highlands by the way of Dunira, in Perthlhire, where he obferved, " the old pot-fafhiuned Still was pulled down and lying at " the door, Subscribers-only content

    Report Respecting The Distilleries in Scotland, &c. &c., 11 July 1799

    fcreen them from merited Pumfhrnent. Dr. Teffray fets out upon his Vifit to the Weft Highlands by die Way of Dunira, in Perthfhire, where he obferved, ** the old Pot fafhioned Still ww pulkd down " and lying at the Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 7 January 1806

    Air. Trotter.; February 1803. TO all and fundry to whom thefe Prefents ihall come: We the Right honourable Henry Baron Dunira Lord Vifcount Melville, fome time Treafurer of His Majefty's Navy, and Alexander Trotter, Efquire, of Dreghorn, Paymafter of His Subscribers-only content

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