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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BAIKIE, Robert (d.1817), of Tankerness and Egilshay, Orkney.

    (d.1817), of Tankerness and Egilshay, Orkney. Constituency Dates Orkney and Shetland 1780 23 Feb 1781 Biography Of an old Orkney family, influential both in the burgh of Kirkwall and in the county, Robert Baikie was connected through his mother with

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ..Ownr,5 '7 82Mr T Jenoingsa's Senator 3y.............. Owner "7 8Lotd Wolverton's Sir Fretful 3y .... B... Mar-sh '7 8Capt Laing's Tankerness 7 y.......Jennipgs jtin '7 5Lord Ellesmnere's Cumeberland 3y .... . 1 DawsRon L 7 5 Mr ianliket's Persev~eraince 5y....... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bow, Isaac II., Cawn- pore, Sailor Lad, Purser. Fortv-seventh Triennial.-Spring Hare, Lictor, WaTs and Means colt, Coaberland, Petriolo, All Sunshine, Tankerness, Rot, Neenah filly, Argos. Alexandra Plate.-Mitcbam. YESTERDAY'S PRIZES AT ASCOT. The following are the values of the various stakes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was good. Details:- The WiuAr SELaING HAisucAr PLAan of 106 Bsoys. One mile and a quarter. 7 7 Ca~,t Laing's Tankerness by Prism-Lady E. vel yn b................W Hamnmond 1 9 0mr Delidge's Gold Paint 4y Mr B Rasd~al 2 8 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Deernesi Sound, dragged her anchors, and was cast ashore on the Skeiries of Lalce Qnoy, opposite the hall of Tankerness. The vessel will become a total wreck. She is making much water. The crew are saved. Telegraphic communication all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    great d loss sustained by..Q ka beng throwu and driven I Is by the gale into thel' A iarm-house at Tankerness wa was devastated, the:6io1, crops, and everything moveable u being carried into the sea and lost. Many of the Subscribers-only content

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