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    the fishings in the north. Sir John M'Neill and Sir Donald Stewart. who are guests of Sir George Stephen at Faskally, Sir Villiam Cunliffe Brooks in the Aboyne Water, and Lord Burghersh in the Spey, have bad excellent sport. Apparently Subscribers-only content

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    Lord Hawke will not captain the club next season, owing to absence from England. LadyGeorgiana Home Drummond fished the celebrated Faskally water in the Kiver Tummel on Monday after- noon, and succeeded in landing a splendid clean-run salmon of 28l/01b. Subscribers-only content

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    mind of the situation of Basle." Then for the Pass of the Uilliecrankie:- I "We passed Pitlochrie, a small village, Faskally, a very pretty place of Mr. Butter's, to the left, and then came to the Pass of Killecranlie, which Subscribers-only content

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    property near Geneva, with the view of residing there. Tafx Edinburgh Conreant says :-"The marriage of Major Butter, yr., of Faskally, to Miss Brewster \Macpherson, daughter of Colonel Brewster 14ac- pherson, of Boloeville House, Kingussie, and grand- daughter of Sir Subscribers-only content

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    be converted into btursarics for the promotioun of higher and technical edunation. DeaIth has strickeu down Mr. Archibald Butter, of Faskally and Pirlocbry, who had reached thle mature age of cighity years. The late gentlemIn an was well known in Subscribers-only content

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    Acts, 1834

    Rattray, Mr John Stewart at Blair-Athol, Mr Michael Stirling at Cargill, Mr Henry Henderson at Kinelaven, ministers; Archibald Butter of Faskally, Esq., John Muir Mackenzie, younger of Delvine, Esq., ruling elders. From the Presbytery of Perth, Mr John Findlay at

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