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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    man to live as an ambassador in an Europeanl capstal.-ordona Mgazsne. On the 8th ultimo as the schooner Ialvina, of Stonehaven, Captain Mitchell, was ot East Sea, on her passage from Rigs to Dundee, the atnin of thos onhard was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stonehaven, as pursuer, Captain Robert Barclay Allardice, and John Boswell, Esq. 'f lrmule,' were defenders. The shoemaker having been sued for an 5fcc against the Game Law's, before the Justices of Peace of the counrty 'lX1car dine, assembled at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and W. Wells, Knaresborounh, Yorkshire, common carriers-W., W. D., and J. Jenking, lIirminghamo, coach builders-J. Burness and A. W. Krinnear, Stonehaven, writers. INSOLVENT. C. Cattle, Tadcaster East, Yorkshire, dealer. 3 BANKRUPTS. W. R. Edwards, London road, linen draper. [Wire and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is still in good health. DISTURBING A PUtBLIC MNaraTIxG.-George Julian Harney, the Chartist orator, is now in durance vile in Stonehaven gaol, for disturbing a meeting at Luthermnuir, called for considering the question of patronage in the Church of Scotland, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ni- nian's, N.B. - - - 18 o o Stokesley- - - 34 6 Stone - - 6 6 0 Stonehaven, N. B. - 12 16 6 Strachan, N. B. - - 1 5 o Stratton - - 1 13 Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 March 1796, 7 March 1796

    from the Bridge of Dee, Southward, through " the County of Kincardine, to or near to the Town of •* Stonehaven, and from thence by Inverbervie, and by tc Lawrence Kirk, to the Lower and Upper Bridges " over the Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1800, 2 April 1800

    a Committee upon the faid Bill To-morrow. Stonehaven Hodie 2a vice lecla eß Billa, intituled, " An Act for Road Bill. « making and repairing the Road from- the Town of " Stonehaven, through the Slug-mount, to the New " Subscribers-only content

    4 April 1800, 4 April 1800

    The Lord Walfingham reported from the Lord's Com- Stonehaven mittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act for making Road Bii^ " and repairing the Road from the Town of Stonehaven, " through the Slug-mount, to the new Bridge Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1800, 21 April 1800

    vice kcla efl Billa, intituled, " An Act for " making and repairing the Road from the Town of " Stonehaven, through the Slug-mount, to the New " Bridge over the River Dee, at Cobkheugh, in the *c County of Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1800, 24 April 1800

    thereof to the proper Officers." " An Ad for " making and repairing the Road from the Town of " .Stonehaven through the Slug-mount to the New *' Bridge over the River Dee at Cobleheugh, in the " County of Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 29th August 1851

    1, at Stonehaven , where we had luncheon. At ½ p. 1 drove off in carriages, the 2 eldest children with us. It was dreadfully cold. & blew very hard during the 1rst part of the road from Stonehaven ,

    Friday 29th September 1848

    whole time was we went along by the seacoast, & one could see hardly anything. We 1rst changed horses at Stonehaven , a small fishing town, (only 15 miles), next at Bernie, & everywhere, the good people, who had only

    Tuesday 12th October 1852

    effects. At Aboyne the Sheep "Tryst" was going on, & we saw flocks of beautiful Highland sheep. From Banchory to Stonehaven , is a very tedious stage & the scenery alas! gets every moment uglier. After lunching there, we went

    Tuesday 7th October 1851

    , where Mr Farquharson had some of his new drawn up, & at Aboyne & Banchory . After lunching at Stonehaven , which we reached at ½ p. 1, we entered the train at 2, proceeding along by the usual

    Thursday 13th October 1853

    been opened a few weeks. It passes close by Aberdeen & is a great improvement. We stopped for luncheon at Stonehaven , & reached Edinburgh & Holyrood by ¼ p. 6, passing by Forfar , Perth & Stirling, as usual.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Kimpton

    rot. 52; Close, 6 Geo. II, pt. xiv, no. 17. See Inst. Bks. (P.R.O.). Wills, Archdeaconry of St. Albans , Stonehaven 31. Cott . MS. Cleop. C vii, 144. Add. Chart. 1997 ; L. and P. Hen . VIII ,

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Dunnottar Castle

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