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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1834

    ministers; John Fleming, Esq., of Moisdale, Captain R. N., ruling elder. From the Burgh of Campbeltown, George Macneal, Esq., of Ugadale. From the Presbytery of Inverary, Mr Colin Smith at Inverary, Mr Peter Mackichan at Lochgilphead, ministers; Duncan Macneill, Esq.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sdz--ou, smokeroom, larger dining- raoea_~x traom.~ Then came the disastrous fire, ~eam~is estroying the building. Captain Hector .atvea.the aird of Ugadale, 4then (ereced the lana:, - vets- Eine hotel, with sixty bedrooms, bilard- cstreceptdon-roomas to match, the whole 1-dwithb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thorn III. beat Sonsie Frank. Redshank beat Busy Bob. Dr. Doherty beat All There. Srmerby beat Wolmer. Hountbear Boy beat Ugadale. Knockdoo beat Donald Miller. Jackdaw beat Pilate Bell (1). Londouderry beat Trundle Hill. Ballee boat Ornatus Ii. Wavmnaker beat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    III., Master Dan-Figaro, ag'st Mr. E. M'Dermott ns r d Rejected IV., Ballaxngeich-Avon Lass. Captain MCalmont's bk and w d Ugadale, Laocoon-Wynnun, agst Mr. James Moore us f b First Hlope, Salisbury V.-Peggy Mulrdoch. Mr. John Glearer's f fi Zetland, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    however, reap- peared from the escapes, and in a long gruelier the white collar had rather the best of it. Ugadale, going by no means well, got up in front of First Hope, and in a course of little merit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mill- town Stakes, defeating in the final the very clever little bitch Violet. The way in which the latter smothered Ugadale was a treat to witness, but M1r. Howard's dog had the pace to carry him through, which it did Subscribers-only content

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