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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1833

    circumstances mentioned in the returns, which it appears to the committee necessary to notice in their report, are, that in Glenshiel, Presbytery of Lochcarron, there is no school-house; that in Cupar Presbytery a teacher in the parish of Kettle declined

    Index, G, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    of; ccxxxiii. 28. Glenmoriston , N.B., estate of; ccxliv. 61. Glenorchy , Lord, H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary to Denmark; ccxlviii. 29. Glenshiel , N.B.; ccxxxv. 79. Gloucester , Bishop of; ccxxxv. 42. -, Bridge; cclix. 2. -, city of; cclii. 27.

    Volume 235, August 2-December 27, 1721, 02 August 1721-27 December 1721

    them. In his 34 years' service has neither spared his person, purse, nor credit. His attendance on Major-General Wightman at Glenshiel was by the Major-General's orders. Petitioner commanded a detachment of 340 men from the regiments of Major-General Wightman, Montague,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Australia for London, arrived. GRAVESZND, April 8.-The Clan " Clan Xacintosh," from Caleut., arrived. Hose cose. April 8.-The Glen " Glenshiel," from Iondon, arrived. Erir.aca,. April 7.-The Hall "' Ruffard Hall" left for Marseilles and LiverpooL " LissoN. April 8.-Tho Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FRaNcisco, December 21.-The U.N.Z. "Al-. meda', arrived, with homeward Australian and New Zealand mails. I SEANOGEI, December 17.-The Glen " Glenshiel," from London, arrived. SOUTrAnPTON, December 22.-The N.G.L. "Ems," from New York on 14th inst. arrived, with mails and 8130,413.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elsham'Hurdlellace, Lincoln. At 2.27 p.m., King's Own, out of Streatham engage- ments. March 14, at 0 a.m., Jealousy, Alice Lee, Glenshiel, and Rose- mary, out of all engagements, LONDON BETTING. V VnrorYA iJlUI. Yesterday. Speculators were active, and the Lincoinahire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Life-Burglar or All Foursoi Spo tiny GCaxte-Luey or AUl Fours ; ,Sportsman -The Gift or All Fours. 1IU:NTELS PLATH.-Bell's3Life-Bataillon or Glenshiel; /S~mr infq Cazette-The Moor. LijsN(ax.vvM GCuA.ND ANiNUAL.-BeU' sLife-Ismael or Brick , Sportinyg COacte-Warlike or Dodona; I'ect- Burglar or Dodona; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cheerful 6 If 1 - Revoke 5 11 4 Altesse.. . 4 i0 10 Sir Quid Pigtail 6 11 4 Glenshiel 6 107 Prince Rtupert (inc. Tlie Viotimn 4 10 0 71b cx.) . 4 11 3 Meteor . 4 Subscribers-only content

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