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    Charles II, January 1673, 01 January 1673-31 January 1673

    Berrieleyes and lands and town of Glengarrocks, in the barony of Strathyla and regality of Kinloss, co. Banff, and the Newmilne of Strathyla and two oxengate of land belonging thereto, on the resignation of the said Alexander Gordon, George Gordon Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    merchant, Glavgow ; to meot set ;Glasgow Jars. 12 asd Feb. 9, at i2. MCIOSY Alebibsald, lpirit dealer andI grocer, Newmilne to ct et Ft Kilmarse nlt, JRn, 13 and Feb. 7, at 10. DtLiB13lCi the lIto George. Professor ot Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Italian, French, and elocution hare been engaged. For the present the college will be conducted at the Bradford Church Institute. Newmilne, near Perth, the residence of Sir John Milaist R.A., was almost entirely burnt down on Monday morning, but the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    am under the imn- pression that the "Art Jounal" had a long article about him quite reecentl, with illustrations. KAKTHELEEN. Newmilne, near Perth, the residence of Sir John Millais, B.&, wae almost entirely burnt down on Monday morning, but the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of the Victoria College of Ma sic, London, is to be opened at Bradford. The lire again broke out at Newmilne, the Perthshire residence of Sir John Millais, Bart., during Monday night. The mansion house has now been burned to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Association states that Newmilne, near | Perth, the residence of Sir John Millais, R.A., was almost ; entirely burned down yesterday morning, but the greater portion of its valuable contents were saved. The fire is attributed to the over-heating of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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