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  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrant Books, March 1715, 11-19, 11 March 1715-19 March 1715

    as waiter at the Gates of Edinburgh loco John Gough, who never came to officiate. Robert Fenwick as tidesurveyor at Inchmarnock loco James Boyle, who never came to officiate. George Montgomerie as collector of Wigtoun loco Robert Foulertoun (Fowlerton), who

    Index, I, 01 August 1714-31 December 1715

    also Foley, T.; Harley, E. Imprests , Auditors of, Ireland. See Ireland. Inchiquin , Lady. See O ' Brien, Mary. Inchmarnock , co. Bute, Customs boatmen at, 774; tidesurveyors at, 415, 416, 503. Incledon , John, Keeper of the King

    General Index, I, J, K, 01 June 1703-31 May 1704

    Inchiquin , William O'Brien, 2nd Earl of, Governor of Jamaica William O'Brien, 3rd Earl of colonel of an Irish regiment Inchmarnock , Inshmernock, island of Inchruy Indemnity , a proclamation of India or the Indies. See East Indies. Indian seas Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Books, March 1714, 11-20, 11 March 1714-20 March 1714

    Comptroller and Deputy; landsurveyor; tidesurveyor Port Glasgow; ditto Greenock; warehousekeeper; six landwaiters; 37 tidewaiters; two boatmen: total 1,390 l . Inchmarnock and Point of Ard : tidesurveyor; four boatmen: total 110 l . Greenock : six boatmen: total 120 l

    Warrant Books, October 1715, 1-10, 01 October 1715-10 October 1715

    a tidewaiter at Leith at 20 l . per an.: loco John Frazer, dismissed. Alexander Creig as a boatman at Inchmarnock and Point of Ayr at 20 l . per an.: loco Samuel Archer, deceased. George Lavero ck as a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    them were killed. Sad Accident. - A party, consisting of 30 guns, were hunting white hares on the bills near Inchmarnock, last week, on the estate of Mr. Cunliffe Brooks, M.P., at Glentanar, Upper Deeside, when one gentleman, while shouldering Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    down and stood by for some hours. When all hope hid been aban- doned, the officers and crew cf the Inchmarnock, with the exception cf Captain Macdonald and a sea- man, took to the boats and clambered aboard the Sydenham. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dec. 29- Earl of Chester (s), Nicolaieff ; Cread, Iquique; Rhuddlan Castle, Pisagua ; Peppino R,, Bangkok; Keider, St. Lucia; Inchmarnock, Bassein; Strathearn, Old' Calabar, Antwerp ; Sirene, Wilmington, Antwerp; Niagara, •'; r .___; Elise Hayti, Lobes; Culicoressi, Smyrna; San Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Earl of Dumfries, Viscount Air, Lord Crichton, of Sanquhar and Cumnock; Earl of Bute, ViUcount Kinoarth, Lord Mountstuart, Cumra, and Inchmarnock, a Baronet of Nova Scotia, Hereditary Sheriff and Coroner of the county of Bute, and Keeper of Rothesay Castle, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAIL AND STEAMSHIP NEWS. ADELAIDE, Feb. 23.- The Inch Line Inchmarnock and the Investigator, both from the Clyde, arrived. ANTWERP, Feb. 23.- The Union Lino Asiatic arrived from Southampton. AVONMOUTH, Feb. 24.- The Great Western Line Devon left for New Subscribers-only content

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