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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 March 1762, 10 March 1762

    4 Geo. III. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. " That, if Mr. Mellift fhould not now be enabled to " fell the Eftate which he hath fo agreed to difpofe of, " he will be deprived of the Subscribers-only content

    13 January 1807, 13 January 1807

    of Knockie, Efquire, deceafed, " and the faid James Frafer, as his refiduary Legatee, " for Payment of the Sum of Two thoufand Pounds, " and Intereft due by an heritable Bond, over the " faid Lands of Knockie; the Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1825, 29 June 1825

    Petitioner, the said Thomas Alexander Fraser, deriving his Descent by Males, claiming through Males from the before-mentioned Thomas Fraser of Knockie, the Second Son of Alexander the Sixth Lord Lovat, became the Heir Male of the Body of the said Subscribers-only content

    Fifth report by the Commissioners of Religious Instruction, Scotland., 1839

    APPENDIX TO THE 1-limi UKPOP.T BY THE OK FOHUYCK. PARISH of HATHVEN. VhilcdScpt. Zl, 11137. 1' Constitution, Extent, und Circumstances of the Barish, qunul sacra. .1 I. Parish Church. Rev. James Gardiner, Minister. II. Established Ch u rch — Subscribers-only content

    Fifth report by the Commissioners of Religious Instruction, Scotland., 1839

    to be of the poor and working classes. The population in the burgh ofCullenisabout 1500 In the village of Port- Knockie, . 7;">0 2250 The rest dispersed over the country. The population is chiefly composed of fishermen, agri¬ cultural labourers, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    snowy owl, which has not long I been ranked among British birds, was lately shot on the open moor at Knockie, in Scotland; it was stalked and shot with a rifle at eighty , yards' distance. The extent of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the bodiee were washedi ashore in the afterwedo accident in Baniffsbire also happenedto a skiff hi 1^ turning into Port Knockie, when aBhe waa filloa thr, being struck byaequall and swamped. The occuptuf brothers named Sclater, aged 26 yeara and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fishing-boat Five Sisiters'ws sEwamped on-Monday night, and the crew of five-' liafi perished.' Yesterday afternoofr a' boat beloging to Port Knockie. 'Banffshire, was caught in gale and foundered. All hands (five) were drowned. ' THE inquest on the persons washed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Egypt. This is held to IiIindicate a long stay in his new quarters. IA fishing boat belonging to Port Knockie named IAlexander and Helen B., when returning from d Yarmouth yesterday, went, ashore near the eon- trance to Mlacduff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEV MOORS. I 7 . - . The stir and =eiitemefa bich the commencement of the grouse- shooting season naturally occasions in the capital of the grouse. shooting 'countrty, has already commenced here. Coaches and steamers: bring. lacgedaily accessions Subscribers-only content

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