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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a severe gale in the 31inch, in his yacht, which was partially disabled, on his way to shooting quarters at Torridon, but fortunately took shelter in Duntulm harbour. lie passed a night under canvas in a small island protecting the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a severe gale in the Minms in his yscht, which was partially disabled, oui his way to shooting quarters at Torridon, but fortunsatelytook shelteris Dusetului Harbour. The woorlhy Vice-Chancellor passed a night under canvas in a steall island protecting the Subscribers-only content

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    Gladstone. His descent is traceable through the matei'nai side, the ancestor of his grandmother (who was a Mac- klenizo of- Torridon), Colin' Mlackenzie of Icintail, having married the grand-daughter of the Countess of Westmore- land, who was daugiter of John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    visit to the Glen of Torridon:- "Soon after this the grand, wvildl, savago-looking, but most beautiful and picturesque Glen of Torridon opened upon us. with the dark mural precipices of that most ex- treordinarv mountain Ben Lioghach, which the people Subscribers-only content

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    their firtgers in scarce titnee is idsufficpient for their sosibolteuce "-J'otttity ts I/se .'sssi/erni Occats, O SlHULsAt AvrACleoEN'T.-At Corrie of Torridon, on the g:4th lnstitnts, Mr. Murdocit, a native of Ayr, died, after a residenca, of Sthirty years. On hearing Subscribers-only content

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