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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1816

    Mr Dougal Campbell of Kilmichael, Mr Hugh Fraser of Kilmoran, Dr Irvine, Little Dunkeld, Dr Robert Anderson, Edinburgh, Dr Stewart, Strachur, Mr Fraser, Boleskine, Mr Ross, Kilmanivaig, Mr Macleod, Morven, Mr Mackay, Reay, Mr Mackinnon, Slate, Mr Munro, Uig, Mr

    Acts, 1796

    From the burgh of Dumbarton, Archibald Campbell, Esq., younger of Succoth. From the Presbytery of Dunoon, Mr Charles Stewart at Strachur, Mr Dugald Macdougall at Lochgoilhead, ministers; John Lamont of Lamont, Esq., ruling elder. From the burgh of Rothesay, William

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to go soOt free. This sorising I saw that a golden eagle bad been shot by a keeper ou the Strachur estate, near Loch Fvne, and that this bird is the first that has been seeut' in tlhat neighbour- hood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    like manner we now traced out' the haunts of laecboth, living and dead, -Whon we were at Lord Murray's, at Strachur, bis brother gave us a letter of introduction which opened to us all the known recesses of Glamis Castle. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two-year-olds Vet 7ib, three 9st 11tb, four and upwards l~st 51b; n and g altowed 311; winners extra. Five furlongs. Strachur, Sy Wicklow Spar, 3y P~ed Ppe, Lucellum, 37 C hy Philamunion- IMaroelin, Earl of Chester, ly Paragon, 2y C Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was knocked down and decapitated. A Wr3ZIAL-wxr MTsICAL TA~srrs.-A monster whale was disporting itself yesterday afternroon in the vicinity of Strachur Pier. lt' followed in the wake of the South-Western steamer for several minutes, evidently (says the -Scotsman ") being Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LEEDS MERCURY . FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. CONTINUED REFUSAL OF SITES.. IT is now a considerable time since we drew attention to the refusal of certain Scottish landed pro- I prietors to allow adherents of the Froe Church Subscribers-only content

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