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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1618, August

    and Sir William Livingstoun of Kilsyth: Noblemen, the Erle of Lothian, Lord Vchiltrie, Lord Sanquhar, Lord Boyd: Barones, Wauchtoun, Lutquharn, Glenurquhart younger, Clunie-Gordoun, Bonytoun-Wood, Weemes, Balvaird, Balconie, Balcarras, Balmanno, Bombie, Blackbarronrie, Lagg: Burgesses, for Edinburgh, David Aikenhead, George Foules; for

    Index, G, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    Abbot of: Lord of Articles (18th July 1578), 303. Glenorchy , Laird of: son of, married to Atholl's daughter, 26. Glenurquhart , Laird of: 256. Glossop : tenants of, 656. Glover , Thomas: conveys letters to and from Mary, 11. Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, December 1577, 01 December 1577-31 December 1577

    and revenue. He has of his surname great men of revenue, as the Lairds of Auchinbrek, Ardkinlas, sheriff of Ayr, Glenurquhart, Corswell, and of late the Knights of Cawlder and Lundie. His chief houses, Inverary, Dunoon, Castle Carrick, and Castle Subscribers-only content

    Index, A-K

    , Laird of, v .Halden. Glenkindie , v . Strachan. Glenquhome , reader of, 302, v . Tod. Glenurquhair , Glenurquhart, Glenurquhy, Lairds of, 96, 207, 754, 1093, 1143, 1152, v . Campbell. Glenwhinie , parson of, 336, v .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Invernessebire. Birds Itre said to be plentifal in soten oases, acid to be exceedingly scarce in. others. In the Glenurquhart district grouse anld blaek game are said to be particularly healthy. Similar re. ports come from most of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    branch of the Grants of Grant, North Britain, springing from a second son of that line, who obtained lands in Glenurquhart from James IV. m 1509. Tlie title would descend to the Key ; A. K. Grant, formerly Fellow of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    engineers Clynes and (Jibbon. Manchester, spirit merchants SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. Allan R, Millport, carter Anderson and Watt, Glasgow, galvanisers W ilson W, Crof thead, near Strathaven, cattle dealer Falconer W, Glasgow, grocer M'Millan W, Allanmore, Glenurquhart, farmer Sim 11, Keith, vintner Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hoasee were shaken so violently as to Indnoe the inmates to leave their beds. Tbe abook was timed In the Glenurquhart district at eight minutes pa.t five. Ao earthquake .hook was also felt at Dingwall at five o'olook on Thnrsday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ELASTIC CLOTHS for Frock and Morning Coats £2 163., £3 35.. £3 10s., and £4 4s. SHOOTING SUITS.- The New Glenurquhart and Knicker- bockers and f-ecks in Bcotch Blair Athole Mixtures, and Impe- rial Royal Blue Cheviots, for TraveUing, Shooting, Subscribers-only content

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