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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 17th August 1847

    proceeding back to Greenock , escorted by 19 steamers. Passed through Greenock & went on towards Loch Long , passing Rosneath , on our right, where the present Argylls live. Loch Long is indeed splendid, - 5 miles in length,

  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, July 1764, 01 July 1764-31 July 1764

    late Sir James Kinloch. Will take care that His Majesty's orders be observed with regard to him in every particular. Rosneath. 1 p . 28 July. Admiralty, v. 149, No. 7. 1393 . Earl of Halifax to the Lords of Subscribers-only content

    George III, October 1767, 01 October 1767-31 October 1767

    29th, informing him of the death of H.R.H. the Duke of York, which he apologises for not having answered sooner. Rosneath. 1 p . 20 Oct. Ireland, v. 431, No. 5. 584. Lord Frederick Campbell to the Same. Having brought Subscribers-only content

    George III, June 1771, 01 June 1771-30 June 1771

    Duke of Argyll to Lord . Acknowledging the receipt of his letter announcing the Queen's safe delivery of a Prince. Rosneath. 1 p . 12 June. Warrnat Bk.,v. 34, p. 104. 726. Secretary of State. Memorandum. That the Rt. Hon. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pleasure in kocking aboat town withi 'eStbeasois '- Parthenon, May 17. ROBERT STORY OF ROSNEATH: A MEMOIR. By his SON, R. I-I. STORY, finister of Rosneath, Dunmbartonshire. 'With Portrait. Crown 8vo, cloth, 7s. Gd. %** This Volume includes several important Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the Y Mersey on Thursday night, had among her passengers Mr. l, James Sampson (mate of the Rosneath, of Glasgow), who Le has had some thrilling experiences among the natives of Terra del Fuego, by whom he was detained Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alliance, 'of 261tons, laden with oranges, was taoking about the Tail of the Bank, when she was driven on the Rosneath Patch. The waves were breaking over her yesterday morning, but it is not known yet at Greenook whether the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Knight, Wilberforce, Admiratton, Pretty John, Brigham. Traitor, Tarragona, Colthorn, Astrologer, Rat- trap, Wild Aggie, Fisherman, Ringwood, Bhothwell, Watch-word, St. Mark, Rosneath. Lady Newbury, Tocsin, Lord lawke, Barehell colt, Field Marshal, Madge Wildoire Intrepid Kaiser, Uhlan, Lord Glasgow, Syrian. Maruiu of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jane Anglin was fined £20. for keeping a disorderly house in Station Road, Islngton. At the half-yearly rent on the Rosneath estate, the usual abatement of 10 per cent. was allowed to the tenants of His Grace the Duke of Subscribers-only content

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