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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 515, August 1647, 01 August 1647-31 August 1647

    to sit, that took up the business thereabouts, David Leslie having settled Mula [Mull ] island, is marched into Assinshire [Assynt in Sutherland ] , intending to treat with the Highlanders in the shire of Stranaverne [Strathnaver ] , under Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 July 1645-31 December 1647

    of Berks, Bucks, and Oxford, the and see Berks, Bucks, Oxford, cos. Association , the Ordinance of "Assurance," the frigate Assynt , in Sutherland Astley , Major-General Sir Jacob, Lord Astley , Major-General Sir Jacob, Lord, Lieut.Gen. of cos. Worcester Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1712

    got in; and the society have resolved, as their stock increases, to settle free schools also in the countries of Assynt and Gairloch, Glenlivet, and Inveraven, and other remote places that most need their assistance. So that nothing hinders the

    Charles II, May 1674, 01 May 1674-31 May 1674

    keeping out of the said house and for convocating themselves in arms under the command of Niel McLeod of Assin (Assynt), and for what happened to escape them either by word or deed during the foresaid time of their being Subscribers-only content

    Historical preface, 1371-1501

    704 ] and in 1386 he had a gift of all the islands near the coast, between the Stour in Assynt and Armadale in Sutherland. [ Ib . p. 695. ] The clan Beaton was said to have been a

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The siege of London., 1885

    lay the small town of Inver , and to the east, a little further off, was the larger borough of Assynt , on the lake of that name. Strong foraging parties were sent to both these places, in order to Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    two Highland battalions received orders to march with all speed on the French camp. These battalions moved by way of Assynt , and came in sight of the enemy towards the evening, and prepared to intrench themselves until the reserves Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    coming to attack the invaders, there was great joy in the Scotch camp, as well as in the towns of Assynt and Inver . This rejoicing, however, was speedily turned to sorrow when it was seen that the vessels were Subscribers-only content

    Disestablishment in Scotland: list of the "1475" who signed the address to Mr. Gladstone ... and list of Presbyterian ministers who did not sign the address., 1886

    Echt (F.) Mackay, J. J., M.A., Glasgow (F.) Mackay, John, M.A., Cromarty (F.) Mackay, M., Fordyce (F.) Mackay, Norman N., Assynt (F.) Mackay, Pat. R., Prestonpans (F.) M ' Kenna, R., M.A., Dumfries (F.) M ' Kenzie, Alex., Falkland (F.) Subscribers-only content

    The educational almanack., 1881

    Kilmory (Bute), Is. 6d.; New Byth ( Aberdeen ), Is. 6d.; Wick Landward (Caith.), Is. 6d.; Latheron (Caith.), Is. 6|d.; Assynt (Sutherl'd.), Is. 7d.; Strath ( Inverness ), Is. 8d.; Keiss fCaith), Is. 9d.; Tongue (Sutherl'd.), Is. lOd.; Uig ( Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sheep). At four in the morning we left Altnaharra for Lairgr. where eve had secured places in the Post-gig for Assynt. iMy companion stipulated that Hector, wlho had beon hinting for the job, should be our charioteer, and his comical Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Yachting RomWance. (Wih ant Illustration.) Cbap. I.-On the Quay. II.-Mary Avo1. III.-UnderWay. I.-A Message. The " Egils Saga." In Assynt. The Coiredie Fiacpaise. Hours in the Library. No. XXIV.-Gray and his School. French and English Picturer. Mademoiselle de Mersac. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Reform Association have d cidd ill *to uindertake thiq defence of the eroftersf threatened with6 A4summery evietigo in Skye. Uist, Assynt, qvid Argyll,, on tion, n-. WAGES ON- TIlE CLYDE,-N6tiees were postesl yes. 'was .ll torday in all the Clyde Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOUGLcAS antecedents are altogether forgotten. It is not a fortnight since we found "a large number of the people of Assynt" supplicating a Duke's agent for the right to cultivate a vacant farm, in terms which some lorcha speculator might Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one parish in that island. I have been told that twro boats with their crews minaned to gain land in Assynt, andanotherfurthertothenorits Theirtale is sorrowful in the extreme. By their account there were twenty-four boats, including themselves, all out from Subscribers-only content

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