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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    come before them in the character of a defendant. There is, it appears, in-the north a Sir JOHN OCDas, of Kilmory, of whom we never heard before. Now, Ithis great man was on Friday last charged before Sheriff Srxrns, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the extraordinary decision given by a Scotch Sheriff-substitute, a few days ago, in the case of Sir Jomu OaDF, of Kilmory, who was charged with wantonly assaulting with his whip an unoffending child, only four years of age, who was Subscribers-only content

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    thus. An obscure Scotch knight, named Sir J. P. 0. ORDE, while driving tandem sometime ago along a road near Kilmory, in Argyllshire, fastened the thong of his whip round the neck of a boy, and dragged him along, " Subscribers-only content

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    Walla. 14.,810 garters per Botbwellis held~i * d, whilst 28s.& 9d. is Mid. For Pine Stemn 10,8330 quar i. per Kilmory 30s. Sd. 3s asked. Walla Waila laig ob'.tainable at 27's 9d. For Californian prompt then , sellers at 2Ss. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. W. P. Orde, Esq., late Captain 42nd Highlanders (Black Watch), only son of Sir John Powlett Orde, Bart., of Kilmory, Argyllshire, and North Uist, Inverness-shire, to Alice Louisa, only daughter of the late Charles A. Monck, Esq., Bud granddaughter Subscribers-only content

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