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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    O'Neill. Glentannar. [Lunfanuan. ] Lesmore. Cluny. [Midmair. ] Affuird. Keige. Lochinhill [Leochel. ] Monymusk. Eght. Auchindour. Tarnatie. Straichin. Birs. Boyne. Tullich. Glenmuick. Abergairdin. Crathie. Kindrocht. Tond. Cuschnie. Colchodistane. Logiemar. Coule. Migwie. Tarlane. Kildrummie. Glenbuckit. Ennerauchtie. Kinbethock. Forbes. Keir. Tillienessall. Mernes

    Charles II, January 1682, 01 January 1682-31 January 1682

    Ibid. p . 603. ] Jan. 26. Whitehall. Warrant for a gift to Archibald Falconer, son to John Falconer of Tullich, to be counter warden of the Minthouse or Counziehouse of Scotland for his life, with 3 l . 6 Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, November 1676, 01 November 1676-30 November 1676

    heirs male of the said Earl, of the lands and lordship of Aboyne in the parochines of Aboyne, Coull, Birse, Tullich, Colstane and Glenga irne and sherifdome of Aberdeen, on the resignation of the said Earl and the ratification and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14, A. Davies, Aston park, Wem, Salop, coal merchant. SCOTCIH SEQUEST RATIONS. J. Findlay, Coatbridge, grocer-P. Buchan, Broonridge, Stirln gshiroeHGa-Fit, Tullich, Rtoss-shire, farmer-A. Smith and Co. Dumbreckfield, .Strathiblanc, Stir lingshire, bleachers-P. Hughes, Newton Stewart, draper-A. urnes, Montos underwriter. On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clue whatever has been obtained to the robber. Cameron, a man suspected of being the murderer of his father-In-law, Mr. Tullich, at Knockando. in Scotland, to prevent his marrying a second time, has been captured, after an unprecedented chase over Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a left a daughter aged 80. and his YOungest son, who in aged 70, 6 o went from Paisley to Tullich, to attend the funeral. is Nov. 14, In Paris, In his 76th year, the Right Hon. the Earl of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that some expression of Co enty their approval of the able report made by Sir John M'Neill Euan and Colonel Tullich upon the gross miemanageonict of the me just Crimean expedition was dise to them, drew up] an address, it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tomnagairi, Blair, Dromboie, 2irrthur, IUn-areta. Beaumore, Frnich, Brac of tlenlyon, Kerremore, - loch, Chesthill, Boreilald. Croftgarow, Culdarernece. Glenogil, Glen- bond, Tullich, leggan, Smauburo. Calalnder Pork, Stronse Port- nellan, Mailerbeg, b1idal, Leitter, Uartvws, Dalnaspidal, i'anna, Craigends, Borshoie, Ormage, Fenechour. Arddoe, (Ilannens, Subscribers-only content

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