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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Paxon, Bloomsbury square, -J. Thompson, Leeds, glass dealer. [Dunning, Leeds. seotci, Serqulextrations.-J. Farquhar, Springfield, Leith, late of the Cnotom~s-WV. Loehead, Ardrishaig, late a merchant-it. M'Laren, Port Dandas, Glasgow, master carter-M. Berrie, Dundee, calendrer-W. Thompson, Dum- fries, tile manufacturer-A. Harvie, Glasgow, Subscribers-only content

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    ship Taokall and a party engaged' in trawling on Loch Fyne. Small boats belonging to the JackaU, now btationedd at Ardrishaig to prevent trawling, had been des patched to watch Loch Fyre; ard in the course of the evening one Subscribers-only content

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    the lake with laden decks, and hundreds have come by the steamers appointed to meet the crack boat Iona at Ardrishaig. Now the county town of Inverary would have contained just one less than a thousand souls at the last Subscribers-only content

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    Commander Bough- ton, has arrived at Fort William to investigate into the late disturbance between the native fishermen and the Ardrishaig trawlers. North Carolina, which sold only 300,OOOl.b of tobacco last season, will probably grow not less than 3,500,0001bO next Subscribers-only content

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    was a distinguished member of the Stanley expedition in relief of EmN Pacha, died suddenly on Sunday night at, Alt-na-Craig, Ardrishaig, where he was staying on a visit to the Duke of St. ALBAES. At a conference of officials of Subscribers-only content

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    of Surgeon Parke, who was medical officer of Stanley's Emin Pacha Relief Expedition. The deceased gentleman was staying at Altnacraig, Ardrishaig, as a guest of the Duke of St. Albans, and on Sanday was suddenly taken ill while attending service Subscribers-only content

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    and suabmlitted it to be sent to Scotland. 7st Donald Campbell, a police-constable in the Argyleshire tsr police, stationed a, Ardrishaig, said he was at Ardlamont '3 on A~uoust 30. He saw the jacket and knickerbockers g: prouced hnig in Subscribers-only content

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    who was: drowned while bathing in the Mersey. I hr. Petet BIacvicar, commission srent, of Glasgow, a visitcr it Port Ardrishaig, Kyles oCf.ute. was droWhed while bathing yesterday morning. The body has been recovered. Yesterday morning Mr. Stokes, county dordner, Subscribers-only content

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    the 'cd through -the Kyles of flute toAr Ji adriahaig in Lechfiue,- and probably, to inlver-gry.Sewl i it eturn to Ardrishaig on Monday, gotruhteCrinan VI aI Canal, and embark on beard the' q n il hch I'5 9will have gone Subscribers-only content

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    thle Ctistoms, Leith ; to d meet at Leith, Sept. 22 amid Oct. I5, at 1. d LOCIIIIEAD Willitnm, merchanit, Ardrishaig; to meet at lI- 3, verary, Sept. 23 and Oct. 14, at 2. .r i(ItLYMIONT John, tea merchalit and Subscribers-only content

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    Steamer IONA leaves Glasgow Bridge Wharf - Daily (except Suredayl at 73a.m.. Train to Gresnock at 7.35 a~m., for M Ardrishaig. calling at Outoon, Innellan. Rotbeomdr, Kyles of Bute. and V OfIi larbert; conveying Pasren era Co Omsni, Fort William, Subscribers-only content

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    this year for Messrs. D. Hlutchieosen and Co.'s West Highland line, and which plied during the summeron the Glasgow and :Ardrishaig route i and the saloon steamer Fairs, another of bars. V. Xhutehioe0on and Co.'s Wrst Hljhiladu line, -hiob plied Subscribers-only content

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    a 'Touhe, Esq., of HaV- WELaCs-BuAY.-June 29th, at Twickenham church, by the father of the bride, Win. Carmichael Welch, Esq., Ardrishaig, Argyle- shire, to Adelaide W., eldest daughter of the Rev. Charles Bury, of Arthington, near Otley. BDeateid. ArPrLEvT.-lly 29th, Subscribers-only content

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    without hesitation. He had once or twice difficulty in remembering the names of some places he visited-suoh as Eallaohulish and Ardrishaig. Witness was of opinion that the brain was uninjured, and that no mischief to the spine existed, and that Subscribers-only content

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    Wroxhlaut. Xiuun: Yarmioutb, Islc of Wight; Yarmouthi, Norfolk; Yeovil, York, OFFITHS IN SCOTLAND, Aberldeen, Aherftldy, Airdrio, Allon, Aniurt. Arhiroath, Atrdav, Ardrishaig Ardrosuim, Auchtomrilor, Ayr. inaift, Boihciid, i3athgate, Beauloy, Boith, Blair Athel, Blairgowrio. Dlhlirimore, 'ones, Bowling, Bridge- of Earn, Buelic, Buunftislaud. Subscribers-only content

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    to-day, when it was anticipated they would bail up Loch Fyne in two great lines. Leaving Rothosay Bay on Monday, Ardrishaig was appointed as a rendezvous for that night, and Strathuir for Tuesday, but the unfavourable weather upset this arrangement, Subscribers-only content

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    TiiE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXoxEiQUgER IN f AnoYLvnnLs E.-The Right I-on, Robert Lowe, Chancellor P of the Exchequer, proceeded to Ardrishaig per steamer c Iua on Saturday. lIe was accompanied by Mr. John i Pender, of Minard Castle, Lochfyu e, Subscribers-only content

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    recently served on Sir John P. 0. Orde, of lKilmory, for £260 damages, at the instance of John DI'Gilp, fishermen, Ardrishaig, on account of injury done to his son John, in consequence of the defender having, while driving tandem along Subscribers-only content

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    80 Stornoway and Ullapool ............ 1,300 ,, Ardrossan and Arran . 120 Greenock,Port Allen, and Portaskaig 150 Greeniock, Rothesay, and Ardrishaig 1,360 Toherliory, Cell, andTyrec ........ 65 Oban and Auchlnacraig . ,, 110 Total .......£100,195 This shows an aggregate increase Subscribers-only content

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    close by music by the band of the Volunteer Artillery, and a dislplay Of fireorks. A flishing boat belonging to Ardrishaig, which had been swamped during a Severe gale on Friday night, has beenupicked up ofi h itr oat fSo Subscribers-only content

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