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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, S

    Skins , list of, ii. 1220. and leather, i. 277. Skipness (Skippinisk), Argyleshire, ii. 1145, 1386. Skipp ar . See Kippax. Skipper , Edward, ii. 271. Skippinisk . See Skipness. Skippon (Shippon, Skipton, Skyppon): Philip, i. 623, 641, 971, 1080,

    Index of names and places, C

    of Barbreck, ii. 1145. of Cawdor, ii. 1152, 1392. of Crunan, ii. 1153, 1393. of Kilcon, ii. 1145, 1386. of Skipness, ii. 1145, 1386. Archibald, of Drimsynie, ii. 1145. Lord Lorne, eldest son of the Marquess of Argyll, ii. 876,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Spores of INDIA. on she NEILGHEERTl HILLS, in the JUNIGLES, and on the PLAINS- By Captaius WALTERB CAOLP- HELeL, of Skipness. tendon: H~ow and Parsons, Fleet street. N NEWV EDlITION, WITH ADDITIlONsS.lf ings by D. Maclice, R.A., and about Fifsy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has touches of de- scription as pretty and picturesque as possible. The Old Forest Ranger; by Captain Walter Campbell, of Skipness. (SecondEdition.) A second edition in a twelvemonth is, in a not unimportant particular, highly intelligible criticism. And Capt. Campbell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Huntinzton's f by Beldemonio-ElbaSY n '7 5 MNr X Cairnes's Lady Lauriston Sy , 7 5 MIr A JE Ason-'s Skipness Sy ............ dl 7 5 Mir H Steel's Bonnie Kane Sy ..........O...... .e :'7 4 MrrJ T Whipp's Good Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trained by Owner.) Betting: 6 to 1 each agat Hoodwink, Lotus Land, and Cerebos, 7 to 1 each Harrogate and Skipness, 10 to 1 each Hazy Dream and Grey Plaid, 100 to 8 any other. Won by a head; three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    half a length a second and 3eparated'sacon.- anIhrd-m"oL a ,orh third.- Bauble filly was fouirth, Hazy Dream fifth, Kirstie sixth, Skipness seventh, and Zoar last. , The 'We3 rM im PLATDr of 100 sa0s, for two-year- olds Five furlongs. 9 Subscribers-only content

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