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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    Mr. Porter's Plymouth Gin beat Mr. Meadow's Varmalade n r Mr. Hornby's Hesketh Bank beat Mr. Kemp's Rdith Mr. Part'a Glenshee beat Mr. Dewhurst no Keudal Lass Mr. Gladstone's Co albox beat Mr. Yates's Spearmint Mr. Breese ns Orion beat Subscribers-only content

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    lesterday mornirg Mr. Disraeli left Birnam for Balmoral, ride Blairgowrie and Glenshee, to act as Minister in waiting to her Majesty. THE YORKSHIRE COAL TRADE. The masters and men in the Weat Yorkshire coal trade met yesterday by deputation. Time Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unusually severe character. In some parts of Fifeshire the hail lay to a depth of 3 inches, and in the Glenshee district was a rather heavy fall of snow. Tele-, graphic communication with the South was almost entirely suspended during Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Nicolls's Nymph agst Mr. Mather's Meels Victor. Mr. Howeroft's Acquittal aget Mr. Melville ns Goldfield n Mr. Rinks 1si Glenshee agst Mr. Tong's Torchlight Sir W. Anstruther's April Shower ag3t Mr. Hope Johnotone o Aide-de-Camp i Mr. Nickson's Inkthorpe Subscribers-only content

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    Mir. Pilkington's Poonah (a bye), Mr. Briggs's Bow-wow (absent Earl of iIaddington's Houri beat Mr. Brundit's Bessie Wright Mr. Gibson's Glenshee beat MIr. Lister's Larking Girl Mr. Stone's Sewing Maid beat Mr. Jolnston's Jig MIr. Jardine's Ringlet beat Mr. Hornby's Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Historical preface, 1581-87

    king's confidence. During the year of his provostship he (1) had charters of the lands of Cowgask, Strathblan e, and Glenshee, and of the sheriffship of Perth ; (2) was appointed one of the extraordinary lords of session an office

    Index, E-L

    596, 427. master of, 54. Glendinning (Glendonwyn), Matthew, bishop. See "Clergy." Glenlivet , 165. Glenluce , abbacy of, 424, a86. Glenshee , lands of, 128. Gley , William, of Glasgow, 5. William, prepositus , 16, 633. Gloucester , 438. Henry,

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