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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    estate given to Ardglass , Earl of. See Cromwell, Vere Essex, Earl of Ardglass. Ardgour , Argylls., lands and barony of See McLean, Ewen, of Ardgour. Ardishack , [? Ardrishaig, Knapdale, Argylls. ] , lands of Ardkinglas (Ardkinlass), Argylls. See Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, September 1545, 6-10, 01 September 1545-30 September 1545

    Murdok McClane of Lochboye, ( blank ) of Cole, ( blank ) of Makquere, and ( blank ) McClane of Ardgour, within the sheriffdom of Terbert, and also against Robert Stewart, elect of Caithness, proved to have been duly executed,

    Charles II, June 1684, 01 June 1684-30 June 1684

    Castle. Warrant for a charter to Allan McLean, eldest son to Ewen McLean of Ardgour, and his heirs and assigns, of the lands and barony of Ardgour fallen in his Majesty's hands and at his gift as part of the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    Alexander Burne to McLean , Allan, eldest son of Ewen, warrant for charter of lands and barony of Ardgour to Ewen, of Ardgour Sir John, of Duart (Dowart), tenant and vassal to the Bishop of the Isles warrant for charter Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Ardes , Ardis, or Ardys, Edw., i. p. 676; ii. g. 707 (52). Ardeson , Geo., i. g. 282 (20). Ardgour , in Scotland, lord of. See MacLean, J. Ardinghelli , Cardinal, i. 660, 687, 744. Ardingley (Erthingle) , Suss.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    itea bridegroom, the RevW.IV 'F. Wilberforee, tian of Royston, to Elizabetih 11op Mlocks)m, only daughter of the lutto Clhaxleslaopo Maelean (Ardgour), eanr stepdaughter of the 10ev. H. Doughls, vicar of Sandal. BeatDS. CuARuTERIs.-OCt. 10th, aged 8 months, Jessie MTaranini, datlugter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and mate of thei Vacht, alone with a stranger, left Fort William in a scrall host to cross to the Ardgour side. Onl nearing the: opposite side tire boait capsized, and the mate and the' st~ranger ware drowned. The engineer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    while Alexander a- Macdonald, macon, and Hugh Boyd. mason, both from a. Cloughlin; Alexander M'Lean, - gardener, Ardgour se House; and Archibald Campbell, Ardgour Home Farm, of were crossing Corran Ferry, near Fort-William, in a rd small skiff, the boat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the voyage, she pursued her course for Obass. opposite lirverecaddel, about Y' six miles west of Fort Willitam, upon the Ardgour side, part a of the machinery gave way, in conssequence of wbich ths en- gins because unworkable, and 'the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    phrasing, this artist is bound to improve. Miss Emily MacDonald gained applause by her vocal contributions, "Lament for M'ILean of Ardgour," and "Chrodh Ch-ilein,` in both of which she ac- companied herself on the harp. The orchestra brought the programme Subscribers-only content

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