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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    atom ynghylch dar- *1- bodaeth a chynildeb hefyd. Cyludda ni, yu dyner, mu o tod yn wastraffus, a noda rhyw "Shian, Ty'n y H- clawdd," yr hon, mewn canlyniad i siarad phaea Li f- gA~r, sydd yn gallu byw ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITER~ATURE. SIR F. H. DOYLE ON POETRY. Lectures on Poetry. Delivered at Oxford by Sir Francis Hastinga Doyle, Bart., Professor of Poetry in the University. Second Series. London: Smith, Elder, and Co. Times seem to have changed since Montaigne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    scribes, and so forth, as well as forming the bulk of the Amir's cavalry and artillery, but, as they are Shian Moslems, they are hateful in the eyes of the orthodox Sunnis. To these two races of Persian extraction Afghanistan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIE Xep :r.ETP1vVt J1n7V XAnnV t . SFIREWSBURIY RPACE~&.~Y~~~ That, the Sisrewabary fxtr has sante ver estimsation dluring the lian e yeas hee it la psij; tire acceptances for thebpicpleet ~r oe Do(tllr'g the susnl average. TheMssstt'l ),~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUB ASTON DISTURBANCES. ,gG~rINSAT THE BIRMINGHAMi POLICE COURT. f yesterday. at thre flirmingiugan rolice Coart-beforeo CiI ,~ ynnericrly (stipendiary magistrate)-the i :~iwrcs aplie or last week in respeto tttr .trs -n~nado coiiecrfliig thle recenitdistirbances at ,cm onl for liearinZ. Subscribers-only content

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    William III, March 1697, 01 March 1697-31 March 1697

    James Heron of Callie, Alexander Robertson of Fascallie, Captain James Me nzies, tutor to the Laird of Wemyss, Menzies of Shian, Lachlan Mackintosh, tutor of Dalmungo, Cragie of Dunbarny, younger, Cree, provost of Perth, Colin Campbell of Lochland, James Drummond Subscribers-only content

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