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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grampian range. The accounts represent grouse as being more or less affected on the extensive moors stretching from Crieff to Lochearnhead; and whatever may be the cause of the malady, the birds have an unusually siocly and drooping appearance. There Subscribers-only content

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    and passing through the Trossache, they engaged apartments in the Dreadnought Hotel, where they remained till Sunday, but left for Lochearnhead, en route for Taymouth. The mortality in the metropolis continues high. Last week It was 253 above the ten Subscribers-only content

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    John Stewart, Duntulm, Portree. Among those who carried off first prizes in this class were Mr. D. Came *e, Stronvar, Lochearnhead; Mr. John Mal- colm, of Potff, ch; and the Duke of Athole. The entries, of fat stock were not Subscribers-only content

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    and Countess Russell, Lord A mberley, and the rest of the family, arrived on Saturday afternoon from the Trossachs, by Lochearnhead, at the Drummond Arms Hotel, Crieff. The noble Earl appeared to be enjoy- ing good health and spirits. The Subscribers-only content

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    DuLIL weather prevented the QuzEN from making an excursion on Monday morning; bat in the afternoon Her Majesty drove to Lochearnhead and back to Invertrossachs. Pnxcrs LZoPoLD arrived in Callander by train, and drove to the Trossachs. Sab- sequently he Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, A

    (Arkinglus), Argyllshire, ii. 1145. Ardleigh near Colchester (Ardlye), co. Essex, woods in, i. 424. Ardmath . See Armagh. Ardvorlich near Lochearnhead (Aborthlick, Arbrothlick), Perthshire. ii. 1153, 1393. Ardwick , co. Lancaster, i. 968, 1085. Ares . See Eyre. Areson ,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Speeches on the county franchise, 1877

    us turn to the register, and see who these fourteen gentlemen are. First come two gentlemen who reside at Lochearnhead . Lochearnhead is a pleasant place, but it is not in Selkirk ¬ shire, but in Perthshire . Then we Subscribers-only content

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