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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1719

    at Snizort; Hirta, alias St. Kilda, a far remote island, where the Society maintains a minister, who is also schoolmaster; Glenmuick in Braemar; Monaltry there; Harray in Orkney; Abertarff in the Shire of Inverness; Tomnavillan in Banffshire; Shapinshay in Orkney

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Glentannar. [Lunfanuan. ] Lesmore. Cluny. [Midmair. ] Affuird. Keige. Lochinhill [Leochel. ] Monymusk. Eght. Auchindour. Tarnatie. Straichin. Birs. Boyne. Tullich. Glenmuick. Abergairdin. Crathie. Kindrocht. Tond. Cuschnie. Colchodistane. Logiemar. Coule. Migwie. Tarlane. Kildrummie. Glenbuckit. Ennerauchtie. Kinbethock. Forbes. Keir. Tillienessall. Mernes and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    humble tourist, as he walks or drives along the high road from Ballater to Braemar, sees the lofty towers of Glenmuick rising in lonely grandeur up one of the loveliest glens on Deeside, and haply mistakes them for the privileged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    can be ade a peer. The Shah is to lunch at Balmoral on Saturday week, when on his Way from Glenmuick to Invercauld, and Prince Albert Victor will receive him there, on the part of the Queen. There is nothing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and 5,800 respectively. the I'rince of Wales postponed his visit to Invermarkc and attended a grouse drive on 'nedsday, at Glenmuick, given by Mr. Mackenzie, of Yinross. Titere were also pre- sent Prince John of Glucksburg, the Mlarquis of Huntly. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by M n Princess Fiederica of Hanover. The ceremony -was con- ;11 ducted by the Rev; James ]R. Mliddleton, of' Glenmuick.. 7for tph is 'tie frst wedding in theScotch fert at which bet so toniserrat Urns-vfruit Jules fisece is the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his left hand, abandoning for the present more .arduous literary labours. iMr. Mackenzie of Kiotail gave a black-game drive at Glenmuick on Saturday. The party included his Royal -Highness Prince Albert Victor of Wales, Prince Eenry of Battenberg, and Baron Subscribers-only content

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