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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, F, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    Fosdyke , See Soestdijk. Foster , Ensign [Francis ] John, military commission to be ensign Foulartoune , John, minister at Dunnet (Dinnet), warrant to be minister of St. Ninian's See also Fullertoune. Founders' Company of London , reference on petition Subscribers-only content

    Journal, June 1764, Volume 71, 01 June 1764-30 June 1764

    of South Carolina minutes of Council relative to the claims of Mr. Stuart. Extracts of letters from Lieutenants Mackintosh and Dunnet. Extract of the Journals of the Commons House of Assembly of South Carolina in January and April, 1764. Plantations

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 19 February 1830, 19 February 1830-19 February 1830

    from Castletown aforesaid by the sands of Dunnet , the Kirk of Dunnet, May and Gills , and on to Huna Inn, which Road passes through or into the parishes of Olrig, Dunnet and Canisbay ; a Road from Wick

    General Index, D, E, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    of [troop of ] in Ireland grant of Walcot's estate to, reference on petition for warrant for Dinnet . See Dunnet. Diren . See Dieren. Dirleton , Haddingtons, erection of premises into lordship and barony of See Nisbett, Sir John, Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1740

    Murdoch M'Donald at Diurness, ministers; and George Lord Reay, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Caithness, Mr James Oswald at Dunnet, Mr Alexander Oliphant at Bower, ministers; and the Lord Murkle, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Kirkwall, Mr John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    many yards inland from this fine section of boulder-clay, resting on cliffs of red sandstone on the east side of Dunnet cliffs, high over Pentland Firth-not many yards inland there lies over this clay a black peat moss which, judging Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d949 41G (lbert), cob size;,in good coedition ; sult surgeon; double sod~ single hatnecs-53. Dudley Street. c12ll - ~IG (capital Dunnet) good as new. £3-Apply, H'. A. Parker, FG uction Mart, Albert Hood, Aeton. o74'7 ('1 SQ )areti, light; equal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOUSES, &o., MOR SALE (cont)- SHE LOCK Street, - Sul'ttantial Lnntchold. Rentrs £1060. (lGrouead-reaat£14. lor. price 1.1ise.ropwrty andtdortgnige AM ea (Golden, Irilloek P.,,ad)--Snh4Otial Freehold Buildings. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (UTT'0N Stre~t. Aon-tit' 'mall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    away. The gale conw inuig, the captin resolved-to put about ship and rnnfor Iheo otrkney s Ishatntd.. They sighted e Dunnet o e'sdc on the nsight of the 8th..Thd gale still increased en the 9th, . 'nd owards exening it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pleck, cork manmsufaetmirer, 1itelmeb. BIosicles totally desttoying the cork mnitiefactory, ths flanses celumnuilliected with the ear-rrisge works of Mr. Jolhn Dunnet, dsmagitg thein considerably, and at one thue placing theet in the greatest jeopardy. £Twoo on, imeiind J ohn O'Brien Subscribers-only content

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