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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it rnot been for the interposi- tion of Lient. Macleod, who checked them. On Tuesday morning four officers arrived at Invergordon with warrants for apprehending two individuals connected with the riots. Oil this being known, the bell was put through Subscribers-only content

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    SCOTCH SEQLUESTRATIONS. Templeton, Fulton, end Co. Drnnore, near Campbeltaot, dlistillers -T. Gardner, Glasgosr, builder-G. Bridges, Norts Berwick, buil- der-D. Forbes, Invergordon, innkeeper. Prideg, Peb. 12. WAR OFFICE, February 12. Ist Dragoon Guardos-. W. Yorke, Gent. to be Cornet, by pur- Subscribers-only content

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    Evans, Merthyr Tydvil, Glamorganshire, ironmonger. Scotch Sequestratiens.-T. Patrick and Co., Glasgow, commission mer. chants-J. Duncan, Newton-upon-Ayr, builder-J. G. Mackay, Helmsdale, mer- chant-Maria Hannay or Hannah Grant, Lochletter, Invernesshire-A. M'Millan, Larg, Wigtownslhire, farmer-A. Baxter, Rosskeen, near Invergordon, farmer-G. White, Glasgows, jeweller. Subscribers-only content

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    Harper, Stamford, Lincolnshire, draper. Scotch Sequestrattions.-S. P. Cohen, Glasgow, optician-T. Rtitchie, Bow. house, near Alloa, farmer-A. Nairne, Edinburgh, writer-J. Fraser, Invergordon, merchant. Friday, November 25. WVnar-eflce, November 2&-2nd Regiment of Life Guards: Lieut. F. Hogge to be Capt. by ptrchase. Subscribers-only content

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    Gateshead, Durlsam, alkali manufiitturer-orctober 13, R. Briggs, Burgh-in-the-Marsh, Lincolnshire, brewser-August 17, J. L. Cros0, Liverpool, insurance broker. Seotch lueqnuesfrmhiona.-X. Dacro, Invergordon, mrechalnt-R. Xunter, Glasgow, clothier. Friday, July 30. WVser-Odffce, PALLU~AtL, July 3t, 1s58-451h Regimnstt of Feet : tgsj.-Gen. Sir Ut. Subscribers-only content

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    Wednesday last week, David Ross was charged with poisoning his uncle, Walter RoEs, carrier, Invergordon, by means of arsenic. They lived in the same house, and the libel charged the prisoner with administering the poison in repeated doses between 21st Subscribers-only content

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    Edwards, Birmingham, merchant. S4cot-h NeueoletetlionM. --J Shaw, Linlithgow, surgeon-IT Dow, Auchterarder, manufacturer -M Dennistount, Easter Glentore, Lanark- shire, farmer-D Campbell, Invergordon, grocer. Rriday, Noovetmer 3(J. War Office, NTov 10, 1060.-lst Regt of Dragoon Guards: 'Capt W Ashe, from the soth Subscribers-only content

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    the letters either all' opened oSi torn up, and thrown into ond of the bags. Mr. Gilroy instantly. posted to Invergordon and aroused the police-offiei, - who proceoded-to the spot. Thereafter the Procurator Fiscal went to Tain to facilitate enquiries, Subscribers-only content

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    from Inverness, and the local 'demand has been stp. plied in addition. The takes on the Conon, Beauly, and at Invergordon have been very large. Two well- filled trucks, on an average, are sent south every second day. 'Fish are Subscribers-only content

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    On Saturday evening before last, her Majesty's ship Salamis steamed up to Invergordon, with the Commis- sioneTs on Fisheries, and left again early on Monday morning. The .Invergordon. Times says:-" Those in com- mand applied here to get on board Subscribers-only content

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    in this country. The Reserve Squadron, under the command of Plear. Admiral Sir A. H. Hoskins, left Kirkwall on Thursdayfor Invergordon, in Cromarty Firth. The Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Meiningen, attended by Lieutenant-Colonel Clarce, is expected to return from lajs visit Subscribers-only content

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    H. Drummond Moray, Stirling, wbo ocupied first and second places in Birrmingham, is now second only; and Air. J. McLean, Invergordon, who was third at Bingley Hall, is passed over. For Highland heifers or cows. 'fir J. Swin- burne shows Subscribers-only content

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    Flake . Kirkstal11 . 8 11 A-rethusis . .-8 8 Yole Cake.. . 811 Lady of the Manor ..8 8 Invergordon .. .8 11 F by7StO~rm Signal-Ida.. 8 8 4.30.-Mlb SET Isxa WxrTrse HAN36ICAP Ps.Tn Of 103sn winners extra. Age Subscribers-only content

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    t) save life brcight under its notice this moncith:-edal to John Wvatson (28), car- perter, for saving Alexander Mlackie in Invergordon I Harbour, Cromarty Firth, on the 28th Ult. The case as I sent by the agent of the Aberdeen, Subscribers-only content

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    Inaddition to summoning the magistrates and others to prevent rioting at the settlement, the sheriff interdicted the ferry. boats at Invergordon, Alness, and Fowlis from crossing, from six A.N-, to three o'clock P.m., as it was anticipated some of tbe Subscribers-only content

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    to Bonar Bridge, which runs through Mle tlle~io Prperty for utany Ml~les, arid abourt Six Miles from thefo MaktTown of Invergordon, on tlho Firths of Cromarty, to which Place sloe London and Edinburgh Steamers ply, For further Information apply to Subscribers-only content

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    ort Glasgow, April 7 and 29. at 12. BAXTER Andrew, corn and cattle dealer, Lower Kincraig; to sat meet at Invergordon, April ll and Aray 2, at 2. er- CUTH BERTSIN Robert, manufacturer, Dunfermline; to meet Asl at Duatermline, April Subscribers-only content

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    WALLACE Jamoe,. swoolspintier, manufacturer, and dyer, Devonside; to weet at Allia, Nov. 9, it 3. MAi)AY Roderick, i"nhliesoer and flesher, Invergordon; to meet at lnvereorflon, Nsv. 13, at 12. TEdlPEISLLY Thomtas Craxm, ltle of Ncwcastle-ons-Tvsne, shitsbrolcer and merehaut, nose of Subscribers-only content

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    at Airdrie, Dec. 4. at 3. CAM PBIELL Dunctsn, gsrcr and wine and spirit mercsatt, Invergor- don; to meet at Invergordon, Dec 6, at 12. MOIttISON James liaxton, confectioner, Glasgow; to meet at Gliat- gow leo . 4. at 12. Subscribers-only content

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    manufacturers. Gillard anld Flook, Bristol, attorneys. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. URQUHART Finlay, ironfosrider, elsgineer, a01d wvood merchant, In- vergordon; to beet at Invergordon, July S, at 12. M R'ElUMOR James Gray, h, sier, Glasgow ; to meet at Glasgow, July P. at Subscribers-only content

 

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