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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Aucheelesh On the Bamif moors, Mr. James Ramsey, Professor Raln lay, and two other gentlemen killed 18O brace. At Glenhead, Mr. Thomas Thomasson and party killed 6N brace. In Aberdeenshire sport was almost equally goat On the Balmoral estate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'I go be A PSoTLAND, County of Stirling-FARM in the Parieh oFf St. Ninlat, U to be LR'f-The F&RMS of Glenhead, Buckle- banr, Meadowboure. and Northblde now united in one farm), in the paeish of 8t. Eflan's, and county o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crant, and Mr. 0. MPborsou Camnpbell sliot 107 brace and 13 ares, In Forfarshire thie baegswerevery large. Messrs. Thomnisson, at Glenhead, killed 171 brace of grouso and 120 hares. The Earl of Airlii and Lord Henley, oln Saturday, shot 65 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bart., M.P., Idalliadallooeb COstlte,' Elginshire, N.B. John Ms'Culloch, Is.(late Inspector in America of the Dundee Mort. .ae n Invotment Companies). Glenhead' Iouse, Strartraer, t.Itan 2 Royl Exchsange-avsnns, London. B.C. H. C. Neweon, Esq., Land Agent, 57, lincoln's Inn-flelds, London. CONSaULTING Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cnp, hac d-ied -it Pietermaritibulrg. 3ir Rtobert Stuart, Q C. of Glenhead. Stirlingshire died at htis London residence on VV~ednesdiy.> Aged 80. Dr. Ruedinger,. Professor of Anatomy at the Munich l Uiverkity, died on -Monday night at. Tutzing, in Bavaria. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 February 1732, 27 February 1733

    Captain Thomas Mallard, John Callender, John Davie, Mr. John Watfon, George Renny of Cafileran- kine, James Brown, William Hay of Glenhead, John Hay, William Hay of Connortoun, Robert Stevenfon, John Stark, John Grant, William Muirhead, John Renny of Navvies Mealling, Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1733, 9 March 1734

    Captain Thomas Mallard, John Callander, John Davie, Mr. John Watfon, George Rennie of Caftle- rankine, James Brown, William Hay of Glenhead, John Hay, William Hay of Connartoun, Robert Stivenfon, John Stark, John Grant, William Muirhead, John Rennie of Harvies Meallen, Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1735, 2 May 1735

    Stark, Captain Thomas Mallard, John Callender, John Davie, Mr. John Watjbn, George Rennie of Cajllerankine, James Brown, William Hay of Glenhead, John Hay, William Hay of Con- nartoun, Robert Stephen/on, John Stark, John Grant, Wil¬ liam Muirhead, John Rennie of Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1830, 17 February 1830

    James Smith of Jordanhill, Robort Aitken, Banker in Glasgow, Robert Stewart, Merchant, Allan Fullarton of Langlands and David Mathie of Glenhead, was presented, and read; setting forth, That the Officers of the municipality of the city of Glasgow, and the Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Select Committee on Negro Apprenticeship in the Colonies; together with the minutes of evidence, appendix and index., 1836

    (signed) James Nolan, Special Magistrate. State of Grounds belonging to Apprentices, District of Special Justice Grant, Manchester. Dunsinane Fairfield - Glenhead - Greenland - Green Vale Huntly - Kingsland - Lincoln and Spice Grove Mount Prospect - Maidstone - Mons Subscribers-only content

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