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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tise hatch- ig season for grouse has been earlier this season, and although the old birds are very numerous at Auchlyne, Gleulochy, Gleisfallocl, Tyndruni, &c., the young ones, it is feared, wvil be fewer than usual, as many have died Subscribers-only content

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    pear plentiful, though the broods are smaller than usual. From the four chief moors in Hillin parish- namely, Glenlochy, Tyndrun, Auchlyne, and Glen- falloch-which aire let at £1,050, we hear that there is a good abundance of grouse, though the Subscribers-only content

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    Saturday one of Mr. A. 0. Worthington's party g shot a line srag, weighing 11; stones, on his moor, ci Auchlyne, Pertlhshire, probably a straggler from the jit Marquis of Breadalbane's splendid forest at Black- g mount, 0 The marriage Subscribers-only content

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    the Kabarajah liluleep Scogh basgged in the course of three hours 42J brace of grouse and 4 hares ron the Auchlyne moors. Mr. P. Murray and party shot, at Ochtertyre, 31) brace of grouse. On the hill of Monzie. Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    L.207 ; Kenmore, L.300 ; Killin, L 984 ; Balquhidder, L.785. The Maharajah Dhuleep Sing has sub-let the shootings of Auchlyne and Suie, for which he paid L.750, and has taken tbe moors of Grandtully, parish of Little Dankeld, where Subscribers-only content

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    THE ABANDONED DUNDEE STEAMER. ARRIVAL OF OFFICERS IN DUNDEE. THE PRIVATIONS OF THE CREW. SENSATIONAL STATEMENT BY THE CAPTAIN. With the arrival in Dundee on Saturday of Captain Allison and the chief officera of the steamer Loch Maree, many Subscribers-only content

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    COTMOI Im.m.v I >Tal|. ne* _„ _ I Ham alt! X I S* ■ at I Fi*i.. y... __~t ■%,, *__ I I I'Ml'e'.' I Vr I T- . ■ K'-M. »»%*!. %,,- ■ kalt am .iv . B Subscribers-only content

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    AGMCULTUKAL NOTES. Large Turnips.- Mr Wilkie, WestTullyfergus, has been exhibiting: five Swedish turnips in Alyth, weighing 11} lbs. each, grown from seed supplied by Messrs Low k Stewart, Edinburgh. Stkathmo rk * Ploughing Association. - The annual match under Subscribers-only content

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    SALMON POACHING PRO.SECUTIONS AT PERTH. At a Justice of Peace Court hold in the Buijti Courtroom, Perth, yestei day - Captain I>. M. Smythe, yr. of Methven, Mr John Steel of Black- park, and Dr T. Miller, Perth, on Subscribers-only content

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    OUR LONDON LETTER TRAFALGAR DAY CELEBRATIONS. WHAT WILL FRANCE SAY ? LATEST FASHODA RUMOURS. [By Coubieb Special Wike.] 109 Fleet Street, EC, Friday Evening. Enthusiasm in the celebration of the anniversary of Nelson's great victory did not appear to Subscribers-only content

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    BULLER'S VICTORIOUS MARCH. DESTRUCTION BY THE ENEMY. At eleven o'clock last night tbe War Office issued the following despatch : - From Lord Roberta to the Set rotary of State for War. Boiler reports: - Newcastle, May 18. Newcastle Subscribers-only content

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    ml)t Bnvtott Cornier & %t^as Price- Daily, tn: Sf.mi-Wesxly, la. (ESTABLISHED 1816.) MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1881. g^fT 8580 : -£ffE" ! 3062T^S^Siy r - Subscribers-only content

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    ~ tTiURSDAY,OCTOBER tl, 1863. Subscribers-only content

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    OUR LONDON LETTER. THE ALLEGED BREACH OF PRIVILEGE BY y THE "TIMES "-HEALTH OF MR BUTT- THE CHANCELLOR'S FINANCIAL STATE- ' -v^^^ ATIOX OF AMERICAN! . _..* a* k?* 00 ** Thursday Evening. A bid for Butt's boots" wae Subscribers-only content

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    TRUTH AND THE DUKE OF YORK THE ALLEGED CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE. " Better late than never" ia a good proverb, but, like other proverbs it haa exceptions. I doubt whether it applies to the Prince of Wales's contra- diction of Subscribers-only content

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    NEWMARKET COURSE-Fridat, JUBILEE STAKES. 5 to 1 against Kilcock wanted. 6 to 1 against Lombard taken. 100 to 12 against Labrador taken. 25 to 1 against Ard vourlie taken. THE DERBY. 20 to 1 against Chelandry after winning the Subscribers-only content

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    THE NOTORIOUS HATCH AM CASE. At G eenwie-i I'oiice Court yesterday, Mr H. W. .. '.ers, pec; h.'s church warden of St James's, i t.i. am, was summoned by Mr Walker, the vicar, : molesting and disturbing the plaintiff Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE HARBOUR ENGINEER EAISING MR BUCHANANS SALARY. A £150 INCREASE Several important changes in the Dundee Harbour Engineer's departim-nt were recom- mended by the Works Committee of tke Harbour Trust yesterday. Amongst the recommendations im one that the salary Subscribers-only content

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    iJolitical {^tracts. FREE TRADE IN CORN. (From the Morning Post.) Notwithstanding the claim* made to peculiar ■ enlighten- ments'' by those who argue in favour of Free Trade in corn, it seems to us that their exclamations about the Subscribers-only content

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    PRICE OF SCOTTISH STOCKS. Dundee, March 1 6 paid run BANKS. BHAB-. -»*■---_ *•»«■. Dundee 8ank................. j 4300 0 7 per cent. 4350 0 0 Western Bank of 5c0t1and....... 50 0 6 ... «8_ 10 0 E_ tern Bank Subscribers-only content

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