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  • * British History Online * *

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    State Papers, 1654, January (1 of 3), 01 January 1654-30 January 1654

    basenes of the people my bearer was discovered by the enemy, and taken by them, but not my letters; and Kenmore caused him to be burnt both hands and feete in a most barbarous and cruell manner, to cause him

    Acts, 1836

    Weem. The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland did, and hereby do, disjoin the parishes of Weem, Logierait, Dull, Kenmore, Fortingall, Killin, Rannoch, Foss, Glenlyon, and Strathfillan, from the Presbytery of Dunkeld, and form these ten parishes into a

    Appendices

    Glasgow; Rev. Dr Anderson of Edinburgh; Rev. John Stewart of Blair-Athole; Rev. John Macdonald of Urquhart; Rev. Colin Macvean of Kenmore; and the Rev. Mr Macarthur of Dairsie; and having appointed Principal Macfarlan Preses, there was laid before them a

    General Index, G, 01 November 1651-30 November 1652

    , Amb. Rob., member of the Council of State Thos. Gordon , Ludovic, 3rd Marquis of Huntley Robert (?), Viscount Kenmore Geo. Thos. Capt. Mr., junr. Gore , Alderman John Gorges , John Col. Jno. Goring , George, Earl of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, I, J, K, 01 November 1651-30 November 1652

    Chas. Kendall , Capt. Wm. Kendrick or Kenrick , Alderman John, and see London, Lord Mayor of. Col., letter to Kenmore , Lord, (Rob. (?) Gordon), Kennersley , Clement, Mr., see Kinnersley. Kennet , Rich., pass for Kennie , Hans Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 February 1778, 4 February 1778

    William Gordon " her Hufband, Robert Gordon their only Son, and his " Adminiflrator at Law, and John Gordon of Kenmore, " may be required to anfwer the faid Appeal: It is Ordered, That the faid Winifred Maxwell and William Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1778, 3 March 1778

    and William Hoggerfione Maxwell Confiable, of Nithfdale and Everinghavi in the County of Tork, Efquire, her Hufband, John Gordon of Kenmore, John Frafer Elder, and James Frafer Younger, of Upper Bar, John Max¬ well of Ferraughty, Robert Dun of Corfe, Subscribers-only content

    29 January 1779, 29 January 1779

    Nithfdale, and William Hoggerßone Maxwell Con- flable of Nithfdale, andEveringham in the County ofTork, Efquire," her Hufband, John Gordon of Kenmore, John Frafer elder, and James Frafer younger, of Upper Bar, John Maxwell of Ferraughty, Robert Dun of Corfe, John Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1803, 16 March 1803

    Premifes, as •' to this Houfe, in their Lordfhips' great Wifdom, fhall *s feem proper; and that John Gordon, of Kenmore, " Efquire, may be required to anfwer the faid «* Appeal:" It is Okderjed, That the faid John Gordon Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1803, 26 April 1803

    Adjourn. Joiiriiais of the Houfe of Lords. ^.1803. u " And that the faid Lady Henry Fitzgerald is the other '6f the Two Co-heirs of the faid Lady Frances Williams. " That although your Petitioner, being of the Roman Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dra, definyddiel a liwyddianusyne faesnewycdd' liitich. - 'r .- :Boreu Sdr- s diwed dif,-.bun farwyP4 * Dr..Dayid Duff, gweintdog piwyl Kenmore, AbserfIsy, yn yr oedran patrI earcaidd denddg a phedwar ugaiu ..AsFA EBEIn3TERAIDD Locsax.wytheeser blsfen, cynbalicdd y Gvynaufa hen cigwvithrediadau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Princess Charlotte ard t upon tite Establishment of the Prince of Saxe Cobueg. , Siid A fesv days ago, in Kenmore, Mrs. Maclarcn, aged 106. This veeneie matron retained Iter faculties to the last. The oldest people of Pertelhir who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hour previously, were all floating gracefully on the waters opposite to the landing-place, which is a few hundred yards below Kenmore bridge. The assemblage collected on the bridge lingered on for a considerable time, regarding the progress of her Majesty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prise sales of estates valued at 32,4651. per annum, and covering 72 818 acres. Of these the principal are, the Kenmore estate, j 3,2511.; M, D. Cox, 2,8421.; C. P. Leslie, M.P., 7,2341.; Earl of Por- tarlington, 21491.; Sir H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    36,000, was equally liberal. The Dingle Union, with 20,000, gave to no person outdoor relief during this twelve months. The Kenmore Union, with a population of 18,000, relieved four persons. The Cahirciveen Union, with a population of 25,0oO, gave outdoor Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fordham Economic history

    garden crops were cultivated mainly on south-facing slopes and under glass. Apples, pears, and soft fruits occupied 75 a. at Kenmore fruit farm. At Fletchers livestock included 70 dairy cows, 160 sheep for fat lamb production, 550 pigs for pork,

 

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