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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wednesday the Commission sat from 19.30 a m. to 5.30 p.m., and disposed I of 26 cases from Hoy and Graemsay, on the estate of Mr. J. G. Moodie Heddle, of Melsetter. The sizes of the hold- inas dealt with Subscribers-only content

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    Hoy and Graemsay put off to try ani save the una- fortunate passengers, and were successful in taking them all off the ship, the Royal Mail having de- spatched her lifeboat to render every possible as- sistance. The Graemsay boat, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in winter is sometimes without communication with the west for six weeks. The steamship Lizzie Burroughs brings in the Sanday, Rousay. and Eaelsbay Island voters, while the steamship Express calls at Roy and Graemsay. Over 4,000 votes were recorded yesterday. Subscribers-only content

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    first addressed the house, and was followed by M. Boucher, general agent for the Society. The case of Hloy and Graemsay parishes occupied the con- sideration of the Court till its adjournment at eleven o'clock. Vhesday, May 29. The Assembly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shipwreck, involving the loge of tn ivas, occred off the island 'of Graemsay in Boy Sound, on Now Yer'~dy. The ill-fated vessel wais the Albion (Captaiin Thomas Williamsh), a full-rigged ship of 1,225 tons, .bound from Livairpooll to New York Subscribers-only content

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    The educational almanack., 1881

    (SutheiTd.), Is. lOd.; Uig ( Ross .), Is. lOd.; Delting (Shet.), 2s.; Eetlar and North Veil (Shet), 2s.; Hoy and Graemsay ( Orkney ), 2s.; Nesting, & c. (Shet.), 2s.; North Uist ( Inverness ), 2s.; Sleat ( Inverness ), Subscribers-only content

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