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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Mr Alexander"-" Mac Mhaigster Alastair." Mhaigster Alastair was a strong-bodied Episcopalian clergyman who had charge of the parishes of Ardnamurchan and Moidart at the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth centuries. He walked his rounds, and Subscribers-only content

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    aged seventy-five, residing at Anochanig, Ardna- murchan, was killed by a pet deer belonging to the pro- prietor of the Ardnamurchan estate, near her own dwell- ing. She had gone out to the hill for a load of peat nmoss, Subscribers-only content

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    Four young men, inexperienced In the management of a bhat. were rowned on Monday night, while crossing Loch Icrat, between Ardnamurchan an Mull In 4he other cae, three men have been suffocated atarron Distillery, IElffale from the fumes of a Subscribers-only content

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    for aelocal Sir John Lubbock. *eA correspondent of the Scosezan states that a small military force has been sent to Ardnamurchan to pro- tectla sheriff officer while evicting a crofter on the Kil- choan estate. It is said that the Subscribers-only content

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    him to the Stormy re Islands, and see the great man of letters in ie peril of his life ofi Ardnamurchan one a' day, and spoiling his hostess's carpet another, by ir holdinog the candles wick downward " to meake Subscribers-only content

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    eyes. ,-Wiat's ltumn ' 1basked. "That ridge of dark hills away to the north," he answered. Wo wero steaming round Ardnamurchan Point, comning from Bowaaore, through the Sound of Mull. Usually the sea round tl)e point vies with., the neighbourbood Subscribers-only content

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    Mezatlan, 16s.; Mary Jose, Gltsgow, Adelaide 1;oa d.w.; Castor, a, Cardiff, lio, i3s. 6d.; Baroda, Sharpnewa, Sydney, sal., lOs. 64.; Ardnamurchan, Cardiff, and Java, lIE.; steamers, 750 tons, Forth coasting port, 4s. 4id.; do., 950 toAs, 4L 3d.; Sileala a, Subscribers-only content

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    prompt about No. t. 26a. 3d, tail terms has been hid totr or 329.000 ers.. Slag hell of lading. per Ardnamurchan, which esllers h bld at 26s. 43/4. not cas-h. Wallsa Walls, for September-October shipment, is held at 95s, M. Subscribers-only content

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    of Dunstaffiage, Mr. Cumming of Grishernish, Colonel Macdonald, Invercoe, &c. After the visitation at Fort William. the bishop proceeded to Ardnamurchan, and:on this occasion amost interesting con- firmation was held at Kinlochline, among a small but re- spectable body of Subscribers-only content

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    Dane. Riddel-January 30. at Lesmingfon, the Dowager Lady a Riddel, widow of the late Sir James M. Riddel, Bart., of Ardnamurchan and Sunart. Shields-January 30, at Pole's House, Kingecourt, Dorcas, widow of the late James Shields, Esq., aged 78 g Subscribers-only content

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    THE ESTATE A! of ARDNAMURCHAN, Argylesbire, suit. able for Shipbuilding, Boatbuilding, and other Car- penter Work. Further information may be obtained from DON. ALD URQUHART, Forester, Glenborrodale; and - offersto be Lodged with GeorgeBrunton, Gortenevrn, Ardnamurchan, by Strontian. 10982 FRENCH Subscribers-only content

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    and other (ar- venter WVork. Further information may lhe obtained from DON. ALD UIRQUHART, Forester, Glonborrodale; and oftorstobe Lodgedwith G(orgoBrunton,Gorteu5XTU, Ardnamurchan, by Stroutian. 10982 -- NEW ?,RIIIVAL OF QIJE3EC YELLOW PINE AND BOARD TIMI. BER, AND E)ED PINE, OAK, ELM Subscribers-only content

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    3d; Cardiff to Santos, Vesta, 21s; WNest Coast home. Rowona,. 27s 6d. less is 3d Cardiff to Buenos -kyres. Boca Ardnamurchan, 13s 6'1 South Ausetralia to Capetown or Algent Bav t B1yv of Naples, 17s Ed. with 1s 3d reduction Subscribers-only content

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    The Duke of Northumberland died yesterday in his eighty-ninth year. A rich vein of iron ore has been discovered at Ardnamurchan, Argyleshire. The Queen has sent a donation of £L100 to 'tc Royal Normal College for the Blind. A child Subscribers-only content

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    those who still remained in the same condition at Duart. Very soon after Maclean's departure from Islay, Mac- donald, of Ardnamurchan, commonly distinguished by the patronimic of Mac-vie-Ian, (thie soil of Johns son,) 'arrived there, and falsely informed Macdonald thai Subscribers-only content

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    Duke of Buccleugh, the Earl of Hopetoun, Mr. Mackenzie, of Ross-shire; Lord Macdonald, of Skye; Sir J. al. Iiddell, of Ardnamurchan; the Earl of Ailsa, and the Earl of Cawdor. There are a host of smaller heritors mentioned, who, we Subscribers-only content

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    WilosMcezeKokan Klemn n otc . os11,993 0 0cai ~-Alexander M'Lean....Kelfinieher ......................Argyle ..... .5. 00 00, tos PSir J. M. Riddell .....Ardnamurchan L... gs............ Argyle.......4,500 00bho tO The Earl of Glasgow . ... Abe of Paisley and Lrs......... efe and Aye Subscribers-only content

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    Torthorwald, Loch- The iltarquis of sabgen, Tenauild, ucres..34400 0 0 Qaeensbetry Cunmartrees, An- Dunfries ... I nan . Wm. Robertson.. Ardnamurchan . Inverness 2000 0 0 Kilmuir, Easter, Loa I John InyMac- gie Easter, Tam, Cromarlty & 12280 0 0 Subscribers-only content

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    Ta. to their previous debt, they have been enabled to complete and exhibit three new llbts, via., Nosbisad, in Caithriest; Ardnamurchan, in Argyiebire; and Ship Rock ef Sands, i i the Fntth of Clyde , Th e commissioners furttir report, Subscribers-only content

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    top of amorphous trap rock. We have not space to dweU on these points, but must follow the lecturer to Ardnamurchan, and thence to the Scuir of Eig, a far finer formation than Fingal's Cave. Eig is a most extraordinary Subscribers-only content

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