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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fellows craft WI sdegree. - -pm a Tml'u Reo'PNic, Yff CsdvTRnS.-Thirtcaen crofters of aRI -- Waternith, Skye, werc'found guilty at Fortree, yester- 91 I' clay, of mobbing and riot-lug, and were each sentenced Cml -. to tenl days' imprisonment. in Subscribers-only content

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    master of the Clansman, on his reaching Broadford, to proceed thence to Stromeferry to convey thei militiamen to Srornoway vim. Fortree. The Clansman arrived at l'roadford from Glasgow about seven o'clock, and, after takting passengers for Portree on board, proceeded Subscribers-only content

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    sinking of"e3. I lb. SCTHSEQ iESTRATIONS MACDONALD Donald, farmer And grazetS Kil e Strat k- aird 2,60 ke omeet at Fortree, April 31adMay 2d' er at I].l f ome DALRYMPLB William, merchant, Coupar.AU8US; to meet ay Mt Coupar-AnUus, April 29 Subscribers-only content

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    iNewastle), donkeyman; Owen Mills (Dundelk), sea- ma; Harry Lee (Southmpton), fireman; George Mid- ,dleton (Kient), me-oom boy; and Angols Cnmpbell (Fortree, Skye), lsap trimer Th9e bitter va piclked up by the Telegraphic, but afterwards died of exhausion, ing the se. Subscribers-only content

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    the working of the society may ho ex- to siee tod tended to other populous districts by means of branch Fortree Ito iocieties, plctol r cosanl bigreceived from sober, to persons whishing toemga btfo the intsufficiency of would funds t1mev Subscribers-only content

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    William and baer. 14 ness, Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, at sevene 11 a~m. for Staffs loinS, disasoo, Tobermaory. Fortree. Storuoway, Gair 139 loch, Utllpool,Loehinver, and West High] ands.-See Bradhasew. roa 234: or time bills, with miaps, seat free. Subscribers-only content

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    to Greenockat7.40am.); for Oban, daily; for Fort William and Iner- n-asm, dailY IThoroday exscepted): for Staoffa, Ione, Gleneoe, Tobar- mocy, Fortree, Stormiawany, Gairloch, t~lapool, Lochiurer, and W-5t Iieblaurts. See rime bll~s, witlh lmal:s, free Icy tost, on application to DAVID Subscribers-only content

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    Inverness., Daily lesecept zunncLiyj, at 7.0 are, tramn to Greenock at 7.40 a~m. for Gals-loch, Ros-Aihre, Statifa, Ionea, Glenteoe, Tobermory, Fortree, Stornowisy, Uilapool. Loebinver, and 'West Bhghlands, see Bradebaw or tense hills, with snaps, to be had tree of Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Wicklow; and Bruree, lilmallock, Limerick. Scotland.-5. A. money order and savings bank office will be opened at Carbost, head office, Fortree, luvernese-shire. 6. The money order sub-cftice at Anatruther will be constituted a head office. Coloniel.-7. Information han been received Subscribers-only content

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    Night. Fr This afternoon, the Assistance troopship, the gunboat . %Uf Forester, and the steamer Loehiel. arrived in U-ig.Bay, tofrom Fortree. Shortly after the vessels 1had come to chanchor a boat put off from the steamer Lochiel, and __h landed Subscribers-only content

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    month. It appears that on - Wednesday the Doctor was a pauteuger oa board the steamer Clansaniu, froru Oban to Fortree, being oa an excursion to Theurse, in tee north of Scotiani. Alter the atrivatlit being dark, ' Dr. lackay Subscribers-only content

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    between aethe toasts, songs 'were given by various menshars, and a 3s THE SEARCH FOR T11E KILMTUM1 )r CROPTERS. A Fortree telegram states that until daylighlttyeetr- f] Lo 'day the marnines and police were Pearchine Kilmuir for 3 t. the Subscribers-only content

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    illim.andZU Invernless. daily, at Sev-en a.m.- lraicc to Greenock at 7-40 a.m. For iStafta, lola, t Wletacioe, Gairloch, Ross-shire, Tobermory. Fortree, L cc<,rccoay, Ullapool, Locbisiver, and. West High- c Ian'I iS.O See Timce Itills, wvith M~aps, to he hadfl ree Subscribers-only content

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    breaking of a large coffee cup, which, it falling, slightly out the assistant's face. It was pi further stated by Fortree that both reports were w as heavy as the firing of artillery, aid one fol- lowed the other with Subscribers-only content

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    has done for cricket and the Royal C0.0.C. for curling. The Highlarnd Laud League conference takes place this year at Fortree, in the Island of Skye, and the resolutions to be submitted .will bear upon Scotch Home Rule, the abolition Subscribers-only content

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    Pige, ?Lmi lecrs-. sarnsl's Fr'-. J.lilt .yldnrl, Cape Flyawa-y colt, Jim Selby, New wIwTailelle till-, Sw-ate nth, Lobre. Stncerln-k, Scampanin. Fortree. i Larlav Kiter. Lorl of the Ma'rt r. Bohemia. Beauieu, TT., B'-n Stile, Pnrernrn. T!titstoru colt, Cronlcr2, T,'nftnn, Flear Subscribers-only content

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    Greait Noer (uirnelsive); Southampton, Snnderlas~nd, Swanaga, Weymuouth, Whnitstable, Yarmouth (North), CrAD Granton, Genc;Leitln, Leithi Roads, atid Frill; of Pertin; 5Queunsferry, Fortree, RLAD Belfast and Cnrrlckfergusa, Galwnay, Kinigstown soil Diublin, Kitrusis, Lough Foyle, Mili Cove (Berehaven), Queenstossn and Kiinsale, Skibbereen. N.H.-The Subscribers-only content

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    expect to arrive simultaneously in Uig Bay between eleven ai;d twelve o'clock. A tele- gram from North Uist received at Fortree this (Monday) morning states that the cottars have surrounded 8a1c1...e Farm there, and taken possession, dividing a large part Subscribers-only content

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    blasphemy of the prisoner, and sard he had never heard of a more infamous wretch. The steamer Clansman arrived at Fortree yesterday morning, and the constables marched the seven prisoners) arrested in Skye thiough the town to the quay. Many Subscribers-only content

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    Goiuh'.n-, Dallas, Eliinsh re, general merchai-t, Oct. 22,1 at the Gord. n Arms Heitel, Eltun. David Sctiierlakp. West Quoys. Caithnesshire, fanner, Oct. 23, ai Leith's Caledonian Hotel, Wick. JOHN -S'lCutsoN, Kyleakin. lnverness-shirc, merchaut, Oct. 23, it the Eoyal Hotel, Fortree. Subscribers-only content

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