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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 20th August 1847

    wet morning when we rose at ½ p. 7, & it continued to pour when we left Tobermory after our breakfast at ½ p. 8. I went down below & read & painted. It cleared up after 10 & I

    Thursday 19th August 1847

    wife, in the hopes of her being washed away, but she was saved. Passed on into the Mull Sound by Tobermory , a small place, prettily situated, & the views continued being beautiful. We lunched at 1, & when we

    Wednesday 18th August 1847

    "Fairy". We took a beautiful short drive, among magnificent tress, along a glen where we saw Ben Sheumar & later, Tobermory & the Island of Mull . The weather was particularly fine & we were much struck by the extreme

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New York; J. Wood and CM. Burnett both of Dundee. The others are French Canadians. Passengefs savedi and arrived at Tobermory: J. Kingston, of Cork; George, brother to the above; T. Diteur, Cork; J. Edmiston, Antrim; A. M'Comick, Armagh; Martha Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London barrister bad obtain4d 4quest'- C ~* - tiOn, and consequent release from his creditors, under designation as " of Tobermory, in the Isle of Mull," on forty days' residence in that unfrequented place. The Northern Reform Union has issued Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ferrymen, Donald M'Lean, Alexander MILean, and John M'Dougall, went in their boat to Oban with some barley. They met the Tobermory post there that evening, it and informed him that they would be at thee ferry by seven B m Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as to the equity of enforcing the full rate for supplies, which have been confessedly inadequate" During a storm at Tobermory the other morning, a ball of Ere fell from the clouds, and striking the ship Dream, did mr ch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    name? Wbat you'll want with that? My mobher 1s a good Christian woman, and goes to the Free Church in Tobermory every ! I am not 'asking what Church your mother belongs to. What is your motbers Christian name-her Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, T, U, V, 01 March 1677-28 February 1678

    , lands in, lease of, mentioned and Galway, lands of Col. Henry Cromwell in, petition concerning See also Mayo. Tippermorrie (Tobermory), in Argyleshire, wrecked ship to be salved at Tipping , Thomas, and William, to have access to Lord Shaftesbury Subscribers-only content

    Historical preface, 1371-1501

    and Far in Sutherland. One of them, Dr. Beaton of Mull, was blown up in the Spanish ship "Hinda," in Tobermory, but escaped unhurt. [Martin's Western Islands, quoted in Proceedings of the Society of Antiquarians, Scotland, xii., pp. 542 543

    Index, M-Z

    405. Thurston , archbishop of York, 523. Tippermuir , 447. Titchfield , 484. Tithes . See "Teinds." Titwood , 166. Tobermory , 26. Tolbooth . See "Edinburgh" and "Glasgow." Tollcross (Towcorse), 526; public park, 526. Tolls , customs, o r


    Adolph Smith, a German, who had made an agreement with the Earl of Argyle for recovering a wrecked ship at Tobermory, and was repairing thither from Holland with his ship, men and materials ( p . 51). This is the Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1842

    elder. From the Presbytery of Mull, Mr Neil M'Lean at Tyrie, Mr Neil M'Lean at Ulva, Mr Donald Stewart at Tobermory, ministers; Dr George Gray, Professor of Oriental Languages, University of Glasgow, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Dunkeld, Mr

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Tobemory, on the Isle of Mull, 1818

    Tobemory, on the Isle of Mull View of a harbour town with the sea to right, trees on the cliff running along the far side of the bay curving to right, figures and boats on the quayside and a


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