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    were, besides the Earl of Airlie, Lord-Lieutenant of the county, Sir J. Ramsay of Banff, Webster of Brigton, Clayhills of Invergowrie, and a host of other gentlemen of the country. Her Majesty has signified her intention to open the Royal Subscribers-only content

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    25, D. Shove, Croydon, tallov chandler-March 26, T. H. Trspney, Perranportb, Cornwall, woollenrdraper. p~ecotch .teqnesirntionel.-J. Mackay, Glascow, commisslon agent-J. Anderson, Invergowrie, Perth. hire, grocer -G. F. Rutherford, ltatcheSon town, Glasgow, brewer-D. D. Moulin, Pei th, farmer. Fridary, tllarch 6. %Vmer Subscribers-only content

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    Chamberlain, left Glasgow yesterday afternoon at two o'clock, and travelled by the Calledonian Railway to Invergowrie, a station situated within a few miles of Dundee. A number of peple assembled at the Buchanan Street Station, in order to witness thu Subscribers-only content

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    modern languages, died on Saturday, in the 80th year of his age. On Friday afternoon a fire broke out at Invergowrie Raillway Station, N,NB, which resulted in the destruction of the goods shed, five wagons, and a quantity Of goods.- Subscribers-only content

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    the best of the race with Charing Cross, won by three-quarters of a length; three length separating second and third. Invergowrie was fourth, La Tribune fif th, and Mark Macgregor last. The itarr MyiRnthAe PLATE, Value SO sovs, added to Subscribers-only content

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    George III, August 1773, 01 August 1773-31 August 1773

    (Jas. Montgomery) to the Earl of Suffolk. Relative to the right of patronage to the united parishes of Liffe, Logie, Invergowrie, and Benvie. A copy of a former letter enclosed. The Presbytery had, contrary to the usual practice, which was Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, L, 01 January 1772-31 December 1775

    Newhaven (America), letter Jared Ingram , Archibald, receiver-general of quitrents in Dominica Innes , Alexander, Charlestown, S. Carolina Inventions Inverary Invergowrie . See Liffe. Inverness , co. of, a gentleman of, forms a band of highway robbers great military road Subscribers-only content


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