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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ardderchog ynddo ar " O'Con- n nor's Wake," cAn fechan, llawn cystal yn ei ffordd ei bhn a'r diweddar " Highland Piper's Wedding." a Gadewir ar hyn y tro hwn rhag gormod meithder. G. ABERAYRON. TEMLYDDIABTH DDA.-NOS Fawrth, y ITOfed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    udeg ar hugainoa bersonau ynddi yr wythnos ddiweddaf. Nos Sadwrn diweddaf, tua 7 o'r gloeh, gwslwyd hwvl-long ar dan o Highland Light, Cape Cod, yn y pellder o ddeng milldir. Erbye wyth o'r gloeh yr oedd wedi ei liwyr ddinystrio. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boreu heddjYw. Yr oedd eyfran o'r Iodiaid, gyda chyflegrau yogeifn ar yr aswy, y 4ydd brigad, o dan Ashbourne, yr Highland Brigale, a'z Graham Brigade yn dilyn eu gilydd i'r dde, a brigad o'r Guards o'r tu ol i hyny. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e n mnilwr ac Ambi yn troi yg fIwy pvysig a difritol nag y cybiwyd sr y cyntaf. Anfonrwyd yr Highland Bri.ade i fvny Oddiymb ya uniongyrehol pan aeealwyd fod y frwydr ye poetbi. Credir ymia y bydd yu rhabd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YMOSODIAD. Dechreuodd yr ymosodiad ar yr ochr aswy, oc nis gellid meddwl am ddim rwy ardderehog nag ymos- odiad yr Highland Brigade, Ye g 'flym ae yn dds. taw rhedasant ymlaen. Ni ddywedwyd un gair, ac ni thaniwyd un ergyd Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1699

    ministers and probationers who have the Irish language be sent to the Highland parishes, and that none of them be settled in the Low Country till the Highland places be first provided. 2. That ministers and ruling elders who have

    Acts, 1717

    bursaries, as persons having the Irish language, who, after they have been educated, are found not capable to serve in Highland countries, for want of sufficient knowledge of that tongue; and that sundry probationers have been entered upon trials for

    Acts, 1726

    Sess. 13, May 17, 1726. Act regulating Transportations of Ministers settled in Highland Congregations. The General Assembly, considering how necessary it is to be par ticularly careful that Highland congregations be planted with well qualified ministers, and that the settlement

    Treasury Books and Papers, August 1743, 02 August 1743-24 August 1743

    Oglethorpe, and for some assistance in the way of pay to Capt. John Mackintosh, of the Highland Company, and Master James Mackqueen, of the Highland Rangers, taken prisoners in 1740, at the siege of St. Augustine, and brought to England

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 19 August 1831, 19 August 1831-19 August 1831

    Comes Orford . Comes Vane . PRAYERS. The Earl of Shaftesbury sat Speaker by vi rtue of a former Commission. Highland Society's Bill: Hodie 3 a vice lecta est Billa , intituled, "An Act for repealing, altering, enlarging and amending

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MACDONALD, Alexander Wentworth, 2nd Baron Macdonald [I] (1773-1824), of Armadale Castle, Skye, Inverness.

    to his Highland estates, seeking to ‘ameliorate the condition of the inhabitants’ and building a Gothic castle.[footnote] John Spencer Stanhope of Cannon Hall, who visited him there in 1806, noted ‘the more than royal power exercised by one Highland chief’:no

    COKE, Thomas William II (1793-1867), of Longford, Derbys.

    he distinguished himself as a poacher and, dissuaded from entering the army, became a daredevil sportsman. He was the first Highland deerstalker and (wrongly) credited with the invention of the ‘billycock’ hat. George Osbaldeston* recalled him asa thorough gentleman and

    MACLEOD, Norman (1706-72), of Dunvegan, Skye.

    1754-64. Biography A posthumous son, Macleod succeeded his father as head of one of the most powerful of the Highland clans. During his minority the estates were managed by his tutor, John Macleod of Contullich, an active Jacobite agent, in

    FRASER, Archibald Campbell (1736-1815), of Lovat, Inverness.

    Scottish affairs. In his maiden speech, on 17 June 1782, he seconded Lord Graham’s motion to repeal the Act prohibiting Highland dress, as a ‘kindness’ likely to discourage emigration.[footnote] ‘Every effort is laudable’, he wrote on 1 July, ‘whose motives

    ROSE, Hugh (1781-1827), of Kilravock, Nairn.

    decision of the House of Lords in 1787 and she wrote to a friend:I have ... fought for this old Highland castle, in which I now remain the solitary descendant of a long line of ancestors, devoting my time and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Thakeham Economic history

    devoted to dairying, a third to rearing; 875 animals were returned. 60 In 1983 Hungerhill farm maintained a herd of Highland cattle. 61 Farms grew larger in the 20th century, especially after 1950. In 1975 there were ten holdings of

    Shipley Economic history

    to 607. 52 Long-established meadow land near Coolham was described as excellent in 1895 . 53 A herd of West Highland cattle was recorded in the parish in 1903 . 54 Courtland's farm (128 a.) in the northwest was chiefly

    Sport, ancient and modern Golf

    university 'blues'; and a London Free Church Ministers' Golfing Society. Lastly there are three clubs connected with Scotland : the Highland Societies Association, the London Lothian Association, and the London Scottish Border Counties Club. Setting aside these private clubs, and

    Townships Nateby

    resided at Nateby , and was in 1704 succeeded by his son John Leyburne. Being a Jacobite, he joined the Highland force in 1715 , and his estates were confiscated. 26 Nateby was re-purchased, and through a sister descended to

    The parish of Melling MELLING TATHAM

    events. The Revolution and the Jacobite risings of 1715 and 1745 passed over quietly, though on the former occasion the Highland forces passed through the parish on their way from Kirkby Lonsdale to Lancaster , and demanded aid from Hornby

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    [Tracts ] Nos. 1-3, 5, 6, 15, 16, 22, 24, 30, 36-41, 55, 61, 78, 86, 87, 90, 98-100, 102: (with Constitution and rules and Programme), 1883

    of the Highland clearances is too long to go into in this place. Suffice it to state, that two millions of acres once inhabited by human beings are now devoted to deer only, from which the noble Highland chieftains or Subscribers-only content

    Care of the body., 1880

    this general conclusion, that want of fresh air tends to produce consumption. It is well known that in the ill-built Highland cottages consumption is exceedingly rare. Some of the proprietors, however, improved the dwellings, and the death rate from consumption Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    enough field for naval manoeuvres to enable fast steamers to elude capture, as was soon proved. In the meantime, two Highland battalions received orders to march with all speed on the French camp. These battalions moved by way of Assynt Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    of fire. At the sight of this discomfiture of his men, the English commander galloped to the spot with a Highland brigade of infantry advancing behind him at double time. The French Grenadier regiments rushed forward to cut off his Subscribers-only content

    Statement of Scotland's claim for Home Rule., 1888

    round our coast, and save the lives of thousands of our countrymen. The cry of wretchedness comes yearly from our Highland population, and makes life bitter in the Lowlands of Scot¬ land. Poverty and Poor Rates were at one time Subscribers-only content


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