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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 May 1826, 1 May 1826

    sent sig¬ nified : e v. pe¬ ll., Banking System (Scotland), Petm agst Alterat" in : (Tarbett & Fearn:) Leslie: Forteviot: Fraser¬ burgh : Inverness: Upon reading the Petition of the Farmers, Traders, and resident Inhabitants of the Parishes of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    and Abuchuter, 25th April, 239. —Dunblane, 26th April, 248.— 15. New Deer; Meldrum; and Udny, 28th April, 264.— Tarbett; Leslie; Forteviot; Fraserburgh; Inverness: Rhynie; Rattray; Daviot; Rothmay; Fortingall; Huntly; jg Roskeen; Insch ; and Longforgan, 1st May, 269.'—Dull; Weem; and Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    a. Fintray, 192 a. • Forfar, 72 a. 81a. 239 b. Forgandenny, 191 b. Forgue, 214 b. Forres, 113 b. Forteviot, 269 a. Fortingall, 269 b. Fortrose, 191b. Foveran, 214 b. Fraserburgh, 269 a. Fyvie, 207 a. Garioch, 214 b. Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1811, 14 February 1811

    from Greenloanmg, by Auchterarder and Dunning, to the Bridge of Earn, with branches to the Bridges of Kinkell, Dalreoch, and Forteviot; the Road from Meigle towards Dundee, as far as the confines of the County of Perth; the Road from Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1811, 19 February 1811

    Bridge of Dalreoch, and from thence, by Gark and the Parks of Dupplin to Perth, and by the Bridge of Forteviot and Aberdalgie to the Turnpike Road from Perth to Kinross, at Hillton, or Horsemill, and from thence to the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thence- forward lher Majesty will pass through the picturesque localities of Bannookburn, Stirling, the Bridge of Allan, Dunblano, Auchterarder, and Forteviot, to Perth, where the train istimed to arrive at 11. 10 Aftera delay of fire minutes only, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be in attendance. Thence- forward Ifer lMjesty will pass through Bannockburn, Stirliog, the Bridge of AllaND, Dunblane, Auchterarder, B and Forteviot, to Perth, where the train is timed to arrive ri at 11.10 a.n. After a delay of five miiuutes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '.hioPC, Lieutenant.Colonel Ellis, amid Mr. Hssollys, arrived at teul Ochoclk on Tuesday muornisng, is the limiited nmail cr0II5 Let1don, at Forteviot Statioll. Tllir Royal Highnseses, who imtessd to pass a few days at Dupplii Castle, the seat of the Earl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    paved. P EBTHSHIiREd.-lMayifcet 1Residential ESTATE for .L SAL by Pivate Bgaln.-Th estate of FPRSIiL-ND, in the parishes of Fmgundeunny and Forteviot, and county of ereth, will be sold, subject to the sanction oflrthe Court, It a suitable offer be made. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    month the sub- office atWatelsouses (Durham) was abolished. Scotland. -9. Money order and savings' bank offices will be opened at Forteviot, Bridge of Earn, Perth; St. George's-crosi 1.O., Glasgow, Lanark. 10. The office in St. George's- road (Glasgow) will be Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1581, April

    Logiebryde. Auchtergellie. Scoone. Cambusmichaell. [Sanct Martins Kirk. ] Tibbermure. Dumberny. Pottie. Moncreif. Rynd. Duplin. Abernethie. Dron. Arngosk. Mukarsie. Forgundinie. Aberdagie. Forteviot. Monyie. Regortowne. Loncardie. Trinitiegask. The Presbitrie of Stirling . Cabmbuskenneth. Logy. Dumblane. Lycrop. Kilbryde. Aberfull. Port. Clackmannan. Tulliebodie. Tullieallan.

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Kinsawnes. Scone. Cambusmichaell. Sanct Mertins Kirk. Auld Melgidge. Kilspindie. Rait. Errol. Inchmertin. Sanct Madoes. Abernethie. Dron. Dumbernie. Potie. Montcreiff. Forgundenny. Forteviot. Eglismagirdell. Moucarsie. Dunnyn. Rind. Tibbermure. Aberdagie. Pitcairne. Kintaile. Madartie. Methven. Logiearde. Roggartoun. Collas. [Kethins. ] Trinitie Gask. Findo Gask.

    Acts, 1740

    Mr James Mercer at Aberdalgie, Mr Andrew Schaw at St Madoes, Mr John Moncrieff at Rhind, Mr Alexander Mair at Forteviot, Ministers; Mr Robert Craigie of Glendoig, and Mr Alexander Belches of Invermay, ruling elders; and from the burgh of

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