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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Alexandor Pirie, jun. Esq. Aber- Baillies of Aberdeen, deen. Williom F. L. Carnegie, Esq. of Hleary Paterson, Esq. Banker. Spynie and Boysaek. Colonel Turner, of Menie, C.R. Patrick Davidson, Esq. Aberdeen. Royal Artillery. Robert Duff, Esq. of Culter and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lady Blessington. Among the prose papers we should also single out a most tragical legendary tale called 'The Loch of Spynie' for considerable power and pathos in the telling; and there is a pleasant article on Venice, from which ve Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    more numerously than at any other time. There are always some hunting the large marshes, sucs as the Loch of Spynie, etc., and they may generally be seen either hunting for their prey, or perched on some tree or rock Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    somewhat over-formal. In the corner is Hogarth's " Distressed Poet," and just above hangs an interesting portrait of "L Lord Spynie," by George Jamesone, a Scotch painter of considerable reputation, who is little known in London. Two important Murillos hang Subscribers-only content

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    A thentum. Fifteen years ago the nearly entire fossil remains of a little reptile were found in a quarry at Spynie. It was the first of the sort ever observed, and was named the Telerpeton, or ancient creeper. The appearance Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    imprisonment. The Duke of Fife has sold his estat of Spynie, in the Leigh of Moray, which comprises Over six hundred acres, and includes the Hill and old Castle of Spynie, and borders on the one extensive loch of that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    City of Aberdeen. GEO. PATON, Esq.. Provostof Montrose. JAMES GIBSON, Esq., Provost of Arbroath. WM. FULLARTON LINDSAY CARNEGIE, Esq., of Spynie and Boysack, Chairman of the Arbroath and Forfar llal- way Company. WM. CURR, Esq., and GEORGE FYFE, Esq., Two Subscribers-only content

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    CliALMPI~S, Lrq., of Autdbttr. ' LEWIS CRU.MBLE, Esq_. one of the Bfaillies of Aberdeen. user WILL[AM F.L. CA~tN'GILt eq-, of Spynie and-BEoyeack. toilmilT DUFFp, Esq., of Cutter and Fettorelso.cn ThOMAS AiBiiCiWMBly DuFF4, REq., of Iladdo. ope - DUNCAN iAN~IDSON. Beq, Subscribers-only content

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    PATRICK CHALMERS, Esq,, of ATldbar. LEWIS CRIOMBIHi, Es., one of the Raillies of Aberdeen. Er WILLIAM F. L.q..CEGIE, Esq., of Spynie and Boysack. d ROBERT DUFF, Esq., Of Culter and Fetteresso. THIOMAS ABERtCRO'MiS DUFF, Req., of Haddo. I DUNCAN DAVIDSON, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RYRES, of'Tonley. John NrEWELL BURNETT. Esq., Aberdeen.vle PATRICIk CHALMERS, hFlq., of Auldbar. 'W. S. H. F. L. CASINEGIF, 1isq., of Spynie and IBoysack. The I LEWIS CilOMBIG. Esq., one of Ithe B~ailliest of Aberdeen. Sarau IRtOBERLT DUFF, Esq., ot Cnuter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three and two, placed in a circle and buried .r- underground, has been made at Salter Hill, near Loch le Spynie. l1 On Thursday, the 17th inst., a caretaker, at 1- Ballysculty, county Down, was fired at, but fortunately id Subscribers-only content

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    a special value, from its hearings on the qUestio greata-the far-famed geological puzzle-the age of the Elginshire reptiliferous beds at Spynie, Findrassie, Lossiemoutlh, uid Masonshaugh quarry, near Burghmeed. Palsiontologists, or comparative natoumists, stoutly argued for a much more recent date-supposing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before the pall was t the Bairn's honours borne: viz., My Lord President bare F the crown ducal; my Lord Spynie bare the laver and towel; my Lord Roxburgh bare the besin ; my Lord Lyon, Master of the Ceremonies, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before the pall was the the Bairn's honours borne: viz., My Lord President bare we the crown ducal; my Lord Spynie bare the laver and towel; wh my Lord Roxburgh bare the basin; my Lord Lyon, Master suo of the Subscribers-only content

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    Moncrieffe, the Hon. Mr. Ches. Cainegie, lP., Capt. Pat. Carnegie, of Lour and Turin, Mir. H; F. Lindase Carnegie, of Spynie and Boysack, Mir P~eareth, Gannoehy Lodge, and AMr. W. Shiell. On the first day the party kied 40 head, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Mr. Reid, in the course of improving a piece of waste land near the margin of the Loch of Spynie, and close by the commutation roAd to Dracine. While the workmen were singaged in trenchicng the ground they came Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Lienant-Gatneal W. A. G.ordon, C... of Lochi(llt, Naim to Elizabeth Rose eldest daughter of D. D.la so, lsq., .1)., Spynie. Dl.A'l'lS. Julv 17, at Springhill, Blcifast, NIrs. Isabelh? Brown, relict of the late Hugh Brown, Esq. Iler remains wil. Subscribers-only content

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    FALKIRK TRYST-TUESDAY, SEPT. 9. ON the second day of, these markets were exhibited Highland, Lowland, Irish, and other country stocifs. There were also a'goodly show of milch cows. The Highland. stock was, as usual, composed of - kinds from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sandiman'e Speanker Mr Bell'e Bairownie ... Me Batman's Baronet Mr W. Wateon's Lapin ... Mr W. Banerof'es Bashfui Mr Sharp'e Spynie .. Mr Jl. Hlodson's Hydraulic Mr C. Woodward's Wild Deck ... Mr W.Robineon's Catherine Hayes Mr C. Hsndle'e Referee Subscribers-only content

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    brated, with much rejoiciog, at Arniston House, near Arbroatb, Scotland, the nuptials of Henry Alexander Fullerton Lindsey Carnegie, esq., of Spynie and Boysack, and son of the late W. F. L. Carnegie, Esq., Vice-Lieutenant of Forfarehire, with Agnes, eldest daughter Subscribers-only content

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