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You searched for: Place: "Auchmore" "Auchmore"

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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOBHOUSE, John Cam (1786-1869).

    (staying with local Whig Members) and from Liverpool by steamboat to Glasgow. He was the guest of Lord Glenorchy* at Auchmore, where he met Lord John Hay*, brother of the marquess of Tweeddale. Saddened to hear of the early sudden

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, August 1718, 21-25, 21 August 1718-25 August 1718

    Thanedom, the King does hereby grant to him for the use of the said creditors, the town and lands of Auchmore, Aird, Portsoy, now in the possession of tenants, detailed, under rights and obligations detailed at length. Out Letters (

    Index, A, 01 January 1718-31 December 1718

    Ireland, 391. Aubresby , David, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 388. Aubuse , Ann Philotte d' pension for, 544. Auchmore , co. Banff, 538. Auchmouty , David, a Herald in Scotland, 601. Audat , John, corporal, pension of, 510.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Burns's Highland Mary on the rooks skirting the beach at Donoon, in Argyleshire, near Mary's birthplace, the farm-house of Auchmore. The statue, which is after a design by Mr. D. W. Stevenson, R.S.A., of Edin- burgh, will be unveiled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gaelic, the natne Killin signifies " the burial place at the-waterfall." On landing at Kiilin, the Royal party lunched at Auchmore, a seat of the Marquis of Breadal. bait's, asnd rested, for a time, from the fatigues of the pas. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '48fal 'Aqlvs.?? I LORD AND LADY BURITON have returned to Chester- field House. which has been occupied by the Prince and Princess of Naples during theJubileecelebrations. They entertained a large party to dinner, on Friday night before the Devonshire Subscribers-only content

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    120 f t; and other anglers have been more or less successful. The Earl of Breadalbane has been residing at Auchmore for some time past, and has also been pretty successful at fishing. The weather has now changed to be Subscribers-only content

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    have all got tenants, at a rental of nearly £10,000. Lord Ward has got the Blackmount Forest; Earl of Wemvss, Auchmore; Sir Morton, Aueklyne. Dr. N. Davis, author of " Carthage and its Remains," " Ruined Cities of Africa," Subscribers-only content

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