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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Assint. Dornoch. Creich. Lerg. Roggert. Kilmalchie. Clyne. Loth. Kildonan. Ros . Kincardin. Taine. Eddertaine. Nig. Terbert. Kilmuire Eister. Logie Eister. Rosken. Newmakyle. Alnes. Kilterne. Linlair. Dingwell. Chanrie [of Rosmerky. ] Aua. Kilmuire Wester. Arthurseir. Foddertie. Killernan. Suddie. Kinnettes. Vrquhart. Logie

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I SPORTING WTELIGENCL COUNTY DOWN HUNTS STEEPLE- CM ASES. CONCLUDING DAY. Stewards-Marquis of Londonderry, KG.; Marquis of Downshire, the Right Honourable Lord A. Hill, M.P.; Colonel the Right Honourable W. B. Fordo, P.C.; Lord Dunleath, D.L,; Captain R. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    found drowned, who was be- lieved from telegrames on the corp)se, to be M1r. Charles Trevitleick, of the firm of Rosken, Trevit- hick, Po'.lnhorn, & Co., Limited, corn fatos Hayle and Plymouth. It nOW appears deceased is Mr. John H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F OR SWAN RIV-ER.-The undermentioned ~firstt class ebipe will bc deapatehed as faliows:* SIlR WILLIAti PFOLXES, 480 tone, on the SlatJuly.I DEVONSBIRg. 508 tons, on the Slat Augrst. Loading in the 5t. Katharine Doelai. For freight or passage apply Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Maboney, tramps, were charged with wandering abroad and failing to give a good account of themselves. They were apprehended at Rosken in a field about midnight on Wednesday, lying down nsar a large rick ot hay. Tbey were each sent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    August 9th- Wheat, good- thin. Barley, looking very good. Oats, badly laid. Root crops, very well indeed. Hay, light. W. Rosken and Son, Hayle, August 2nd- Wheat, average. Barley, over average. Oats, over average. Root crops, very good. Hay, under Subscribers-only content

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