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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, G, 01 January 1708-31 December 1714

    cx. 42; cxlvii. 30. -, -, Robert, memorial; cxi. 29. Garland , John, surety of William Cawthorpe, petition; cxxxiv. 1. Garmouth , a creek of the port of Inverness; clxxiv. 54. Garrard , Sir Samuel; cxvi. 33. -, Mr., Secretary

    Warrant Books, June 1714, 1-10, 01 June 1714-10 June 1714

    by the memorial of the proprietors of firwoods in Scotland desiring the appointment of Ardmore or Firth of Tay, Inverness, Garmouth or Speymouth, Findhorn, Aberdeen, Perth and Dundee, Inverary and Bona [Bonawe ] : the Customs Commissioners having reported that

    General Index, S, 01 January 1697-31 December 1697

    barony Fort William Freeland Galliecrook Garmouth burgh, privilege for Glasgow, archbishop of, See Paterson; see of, revenues of, university (g.) Glenskenno Miln, dues on Greeship Hainings Hederweek, dues on Hills Hopehead. See Kirklehead. Innes and Garmouth barony Inshgartie Inverness, commandant Subscribers-only content

    Volume 174, March 15-April 10, 1714, 15 March 1714-10 April 1714

    Mar, General Ross, and Alexander Grant, Esq., in behalf of themselves and other proprietors of the fir woods in Scotland. Garmouth and Findhorn (two of the places mentioned therein) were creeks belonging to the Port of Inverness, and though Ardmore,

    William III, March 1697, 01 March 1697-31 March 1697

    and barony of Innes and Garmouth, charged with the debts of his father, Sir James Innes, upon the resignation of the said Sir James; with power to the inhabitants and freemen of the burgh of Garmouth to be takers, makers, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the labours of others.] DEATHS. A few days since, a woman of the name of Jane Gray, died at Garmouth, at the very advanced age of 113. She retained her faculties and moved about till within six weeks of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lowe of its crew, numbering four men. LOSS OF A SCHOONER AN1D FIVE LIVES. Intelligence was received on Thursday at Garmouth, a towvn in DMorashire, that the schooner Champion, of that port, commanded by Capba Scattesty, was3 lost at Madeira Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trains being blocked by snow at Kilmarnock, and the early train from Elgin was blicked four hours between Caloots and Garmouth. The first Highland train to Keith was cancelled, owing to a block at Forgie. and another train left with, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S" Prothers', aid Jani,, from Ayr; Eiizab-;tzi '6 ' frum Port Dunlas 6AILED FROM TiHI FORT ON THE 2Si aN Garmouth, Darmie. fir Are! arg-l. C(lyde, iunno, MIay3 Jane. Oln, and.j Maryp nrt; St. Eilen, for WLi'-l~a;n 1. . * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for G~enarm; Rifurw, for 'lro~n. It RIVID At Archangel, on July 2), the Rugii (Alwert), and cn the 2°nd, the Garmouth, Dramie, butt from Bel- fast. CLEARED OUT, From firamichi. on July 11, the Aden, M Moen, of and for Subscribers-only content

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