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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, I, 01 January 1714-31 December 1719

    7. Inventions for curing sweepings of ships ; ccii. 1. Inverary , march of Capt. Alexr. Campbell from; cxcix. 12. Inverlochy ; clxxxix. 1. Inverness ; cxciv. 18; cxcix. 15; ccv. 31. -, attack upon the Customs' officers at; ccxv.

    Index, I, 01 January 1708-31 December 1714

    William; clxxiv. 54. Inverbraky , the port of, running of brandy in; clxviii. 16. Inverkithing , survey of; cxv. 33. Inverlochy , defence of; cvi. 46, 79. Inverness ; cxiv. 30. -, port of, collector of Customs at; cxxiii. 4.

    Index, O, 01 January 1708-31 December 1714

    19; clxxv. 43; clxxvi. 9; clxxvii. 26; clxxviii. 17. -, -, as to defence of Portsmouth, Chatham, Edinburgh, Stirling, and Inverlochy; cvi. 46. -, -, debt of their office; cvi. 69. -, -, memorial, & c. for money to; cvi.

    Declared Accounts, Ordnance, 01 December 1710-31 December 1711

    Portsmouth; to Edward Read of the Endeavour ; to Alexander Mead for fetching stores from Edinburgh for the garrison at Inverlochy; to Jonathan Dowson for his good behaviour on reinstatement; and to Robert Whitehand 141 9 6 salaries and allowances

    Index, I, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    of Taxes for, 43, 49, 148, 178, 302. See also Fazakerley, Sir W. Tax arrears, 339. Invalids . See Army. Inverlochy , co. Inverness, Fort William in, 459; preservation of salmon fishery at, 239. Ipswich , co. Suffolk, Collector of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is remarkably able, wise, and full of interest. ` Grave writers," he says, " tell of the victory gained at Inverlochy over the rebels. But the peasants who dwell near the spot speak "more accurately. They talk of the great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    road to Inverlochy, Lord Abinger's seat. 11cr Majesty is Oxpect4d to aiscend Ben Nevisnid visit Clencoe o ai other places of interest in the Fort AWillia'm district. The Glabgeye Hegra-ld says there will be no .public demonstration at Inverlochy on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    crowded.. ' . - Her, Majesty, aceompanuid by Princess Beatrice, will leave Balmoral at'tseton 'o'cloce this' uiioining cn route for Inverlochy. The Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Arthur rsmain at Blalmoral., Mr. John Rostron, of the. Bolton and Southport Rail- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles Edward Stuart's monum ent. A heavy ilo vnfafl of rain broke up the arranr'ements. Her MtajestyX was back at Inverlochy Castle0 at?7 p.mn., nothing the worse for her drive. To-day heer Majesty will see a grand regatta. (specially got Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RETURN OF TUE QUEEN TO BALMORAL. The Queen and Princess Beatrice passedthrough Aber- deen last evening, on their way from Inverlochy to Bal- moral,which would be reached, at lhalf-pastnine last night. A mISrING COMIMERCIAL TRAVELLER. A comnmercial named Fdster, whose Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 February 1703, 8 February 1704

    (C About this Time, there was a Letter wrote by an j\ Officer of the Garrifon of Fort William, or Inverlochy,. " to the Governor, who was then at Edinburgh, telling Ci him, " That the Highlanders were to draw Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1703, 15 February 1704

    " whom the fame was to be paid. " The Letter wrote by an Officer of the Garrifon " of Inverlochy, to the Governor, of a Defign to " draw great Numbers together, under Pre- " tence of Hunting. <c Subscribers-only content

    A General Index to the Twelfth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Seventeenth Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons, 1697-1713

    518. — 542. 83. For putting the Docks at Portfmouth and Chatham, together with the Caftles of Edinburgh, Stirling, and Inverlochy in a Pofture of Defence; — — — — — — — — XV. 639. 84. For a new Subscribers-only content

    Index, 1 April 1708

    Queen's Anfwer, 24.—for the Number of Ships in Sir George Byng's Expedition, 24. Queen's Anfwer, 27-—for putting Edinburgh, Sterling, and Inverlochy, Caftles into a Pofture of Defence, 2q.—relating to recruiting the Land Forces, 30. Queen's Anfwer, 31.—for putting the Laws Subscribers-only content

    Index, 1 April 1708

    thereupon, 20. Petitioners to be heard for or againft the Whole, or any Claufes therein, 5 Feb. Invafion. Vide Wales. Inverlochy Caftle. Vide Addrefs. Ireland, a Committee toconfider Methods forgiving Notice of • privateBillsbroughtintotheHoufe,relating to Eftates therein, 29 Jan. Committees Subscribers-only content

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