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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    honours. The other day a bullock's head was dug out of the loch of Bricki- goe, on the estates of Thrumster, where so many curiosities and relics have been found. It is the largest yet discovered there, and *vas so Subscribers-only content

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    out in the neighbourhood of Dunrobin on the 12th, and banged to his own gun 25 brace of grouse. At Thrumster, Mr. Everington was lately out two days, and had 40 brace the one day and 22 the other. At Subscribers-only content

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    OF MR. BENTLEY INNES, OF TEntuM- eTMr-Tbe death has occurred in London, under painful circumetauces, of Mr. Bentley Inues, of Thrumster, Caithsess. It appears that the decreased, on Monday, after breakfast, tt Which te appeared to be in his usual Subscribers-only content

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    six days ainnounted to 38G0 brace groccs, besidus suipes, hares, and wild ducks. Tiere blis been no shooting on the Thrumster moors this week in cosequence of the illness of Sir Francis Sykes. Froenthe moors of Ruintidale and Forest of Subscribers-only content

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    and 41 minutes, and left immediately for London by special train. Suspected Murder. - Adam Home, labourer, at Brickigoe, near Thrumster. has been apprehended on suspicion of having poisoned his wife. The wo- man was well enough on Monday, and Subscribers-only content

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