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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, S, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    petition of, mentioned Mansell, prisoner in Newgate, letter from Colonel Thomas, letter to, mentioned Strangewayes , Colonel Strathglass (Straglasse). See Chisholm, , of Strathglass. Streatham , Surrey, letter dated at Street , Sir Thomas, Baron of Exchequer, his charge to Subscribers-only content

    Volume 244, July 1-December 30, 1723, 01 July 1723-30 December 1723

    as a proof that in October 1721, William Ross and Robert Ross, their factors, on the estate of Seaforth, Glenmoriston, Strathglass, & c. going upon the estates, to perfect the rentals and collect the rents, were opposed by armed force.

    Index, S, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    45. Stranraer , N.B., the Port of; cclv. 72. Strathern , N.B.; ccxxxix. 3. -, the stewartry of; cclii. 19. Strathglass , N.B., estate of; ccxliv. 61. Strathore , co. Fife; cclii. 24. Stritch (or Stretch) , Michael; ccxliv. 12.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to take his tral .. at Inverness Circuit Court, for complicity in caun- the death of an old man at Strathglass, in July. V r) At Hemel Hempstead, yesterday, a coroner's Pry s turned a verdict of manslaughter against the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sustairs such injuries that sle died in a few minutes. At Inverness Circuit Court, on Tuesday. John Casr- bell, of Strathglass, was charged with the murder s Alexander McGillivray, an aged mtan, residing in Strai. glass, in July last. After Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have a stream seen fitfully through the s moorland, a blue pool, and deer. Mr. Davis's other works are ' "Strathglass, Inverness" (223) and " n ,t the Banks of the Lianc, Picardy" (435). Of too I- picturcs sent by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from six to ten birds. From the Guisachan, Glencadnich, Glenaffrtc, Aigae, Croobals, and Urchany grounds, in the wide district of Strathglass, reports have seldom been more promising; also on the Newton and Lentran, and Boss-shire moors the prospects are equally Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    escape. While the carriage in which his lordship was seated was turning at a narrow part of theroad at Mauld, Strathglass, the carriage-pole broke and the vehicle itself dashed pro- cipitately over an' embankment. The carriage went to pieces, and Subscribers-only content

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