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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Millais i s spending the autumn in Perthsbire. He has rented the Stobhall shootings from the Earl of Aneaster, and has been lfshing a part of the famous Stobhall water in the Tay with much success. Sir John has about Subscribers-only content

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    slmon fishing in the Tay, both on Meikle- our water and on a beat of the Earl of Ancaster's celebrated Stobhall stretch. The Duchess of Marlborough has left London for the Continent. The Earl and Countess of Warwick will not Subscribers-only content

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    expected at Perth that Sir John Millais would jsucceed the late Mr. Barclay Field in the tenanev of the famous Stobhall fishings, on the Tay, but tLrd AncAster has let the whole stretch 'for five years to Mr. Malloch, of Subscribers-only content

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    -i. S. Stanhope. Sir John Millais has gone to Sootland for a few 3 weeks' saifon-fishing in the Thy, at Stobhall, where Lord Anoaster's famous water (the best stretch in the river) is now renated by Mr. Maloch, of Perth Subscribers-only content

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    to confer upon him. Sir John Mifllais has gone to Scotland for a few weeks' salmon-fishing in the Tay, at Stobhall, where Lord Ancaster's famous water (the best stretch in the river) is now rented by Mr. Mallch, of Perth1, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 March 1719, 3 March 1720

    Life; as to which it appears to " us, that as to the Houfes and Yards of Drummond " and Stobhall, and the Grafs in the Parks about the ** faid Houfes, when the Woods were not under haining, " Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1719, 18 March 1720

    no Jurifdiftion to proceed and determine in fo much of this Caufe as relates to the Houfes of Drummond and Stobhall, Parks, Grafs there¬ of, and flying Cufloms ; and that their Interlocutory Sentence, or Decree, of the faid Thirteenth Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1794, 15 April 1794

    the Petition afJa??ies Drummond Efquire, PerthPeerage claiming the Honours, Titles, and Dignities of Earl of Committee to Perth, Lord Drummond, Stobhall, and Montefex ; fetting meet- forth, " That the Petitioner's printed Cafe upon his " Claim of the aforefaid Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1796, 14 March 1796

    James Drummond Ef- Perth Peer- quire, claiming the Honours, Titles and Dignities or agp> Com- Earl of Perth, Lord Drummond, Stobhall, and Montefex; ""ffe Ö fetting forth, " That the Petitioners printed Cafe, upon " his Claim of the aforefaid Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1796, 8 April 1796

    that the Lords Committees for Privi- age, Order " leges do meet to confider the Petition of James Drum- lo[ ~°""*"* mond Efquire, claiming the litles, Honours, and difcharged. Dignities of Earl of Perth, Lord Druvimond, Stobhall, ** and « Subscribers-only content

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