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  • * British History Online *

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    Historical preface, 1175-1370

    a pair of which were appointed to be delivered annually at the fair as the reddendo for the lands of Kilmun in Cowal, granted by Mary, countess of Menteith, to Archibald, son of Colin Campbell of Lochow, by charter in

    Index, E-L

    Kilmalcolm (Kilmacolm), 195, 295, a62, a65. Kilmarnock , 40, 104 5, a84; schools of, 65. Kilmaronock , parish of, 97. Kilmun , in Cowal, 23. Kilpatrick , 295; parish of, 135; town of, a60. Kilspindie , kirk of, 385. vicar

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    colli en lleoedd fel gweinidogion ac arweinwyr yn en eyfundeb. q Dyna fa tynged derfynol y Patch. Alexander a Robinson, Kilmun, un o weinidogion ieuaino d Eg1wys Sefydledig yr Alban yn y Gymanfa flynyddol ddvdd Gvwener. Beth amser yn ol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to a conspiracy against him connected with land-letting. _ Some days ago, about four o'clock in the afternoon, as the Kilmun steamer was passing Dunglas, on her way to the Broomielaw, the ferryboat was ob- served making towards her, with, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GREEN PASTURES AND PICCADILLY.., BY WILLIAM BLACK, Author of 'The Adventures of a Phaeton,' 'The Paincess of Thule,' 4-c. -0- CHAPTER XXXI. GHOSTS AND VISIONS. OF course we did not run away from New York merely be- cause our Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    desirable and attractive Residence, wvith Garden, 0i Lawen. Iolicies, Stnbling, Offices, k., hooting and Fishings. The Shootings are partly over Kilmun, Benmtore. Bernice, mnd 1 Ballhemore, extending to about 12,000 acres, and the game couprises ^ grouse, Vbleaants, black game, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the loss of three lives occurred off Kilereggan on Saturday night. As the stoamer itadge Wildfire was proceeding from Kilmun to Gourook, about eight o'clock, she ran into the yacht Osprey, striking her amidships andi cutting her in two. Subscribers-only content

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