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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    raised to the Baronetcy, and the Earl of Seafield has been made a British Peer, by the title of Baron Strathspey. Mr Pemberton, according to the ' Globe' of yesterday evening, is also to be raised to the Peerage. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as the Grant's Arms, in the centre of the open square which constitutes the village of Grantown, the capital of Strathspey. He obtained audience of the landlady, Mrs Glass, and said he wished to engage the whole house that night Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Practical Treatise on the Formation of Plantation, the Planting, Reoring, and Management of Forest Trees. By JAMES Beow x, Grantown, Strathspey, Wood Manager. A New and Enlarged Edition. [In a few days. Second Annual Publication. The YEAR-BOOK of AGRICULTURAL FACTS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for working and maintenance. The increase in the revenue was entirely from goods. The junction with the Highland Railway and Strathspey line was now nearly completed, and would be ready for traffic by May next. The receipts per train mile Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rttgltln. Itayleigh. Rodesdale. Rosebery, ltoss. Saltorsford Saltoun. Sandys. Saye and Sele. Seaton. Sefton. Sheffield. So ldes. Southampton. Stewart of' Garlies. Strathspey. Sulfield. Weenlock. Willoughby de Broke Worlinglhamn. WrDttesley. IVy11ford ibztuarn. We greatly regret to announce the sudden death of Lord Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    of, 122, 143. Strange , Lord, 675. Strasbourg , 131, 138, 157, 280, 305, 428, 689, 2011. Strathbogie , 993. Strathspey , 1231. Strozzi , Phillip, 301, 311, 313, 674, 741, 1313, 1704, 1920, 2157. Stukeley , Thomas, goes into

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17, 22 February 1704, 22 February 1704-22 February 1704

    Arms, in good Order, with Tartan-coats, all of One Colour and Fashion. This is his Orders to his People in Strathspey . If it be a Match at Hunting only, I know not; but I think it my Duty to

    Elizabeth, September 1570, 01 September 1570-30 September 1570

    Huntley, Athol, and Crawford, with several others and Lethington, will meet on the 4th inst. at the head of Stresby [Strathspey ] in the Highlands. Streatlam, 3 Sept. 1570. Signed . Add. Endd. P . 1. Sept. 4. 1232 .

    General Index, S, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    of (for salary arrears) and partners, accountable for said revenue Spey and Ness (Nesse) [rivers ] , bounds between, including Strathspey and Abernethy, warrant for commission for some Privy Council Lords (Scotland) to go to Spicer , Giles, military commission Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, December 1684, 01 December 1684-31 December 1684

    East Lothian and the shire of Bathgate including Edinburgh and some to all the bounds betwixt Spey and Nesse, including Strathspey and Abernethy, in the same terms as the commission of 20 Aug. calendared ante, p . 125, who are Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 3rd September 1847

    winding under the ridge of rocks, with a very small Loch below & hills to our left. The hills of Strathspey & Cairn Gorm lay in front of us. The shooting party was coming along a hill to the right


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