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You searched for: Place: "Auchterhouse" "Auchterhouse", Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    'Upper East Smithfield, ship ironL- mongers SCOTCr1 SEQUIBSTTTIONS. J. Rowan, spirit dealer, Ayr, Nov. 17, at Ayr, at! a. Watt, Auchterhouse, farmer, Kirviemnair Nov. 10, at 12 J. Anderson, farm servant, Clyde's Bridgena, Nov. 19, Laaark, at 1 J Morrison. Subscribers-only content

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    which occurred on Thursday afternoon, while he was engaged partridge shooting. Mr. MacIntyre was on a visit to Mr. Hean, Auchterhouse, about ten miles from Dundee, and about five o'clock on Thursday after. noon the party of which he was Subscribers-only content

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    lltI), Iat Filonm' Cottage, Arninagh. thc xv writ' IC (4. HLrris, of a. SOIL. 0<4' e-a Cot -t !, at Auchterhouse, Duladec, tile .i a. Oi-. Ogilvxie of aL son. Tiloint .-1 I, at Mralris. the wvife of Major JoIna Subscribers-only content

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    ceut.; while- the balance amounts to £4,:00. The sad death of a Dundee merchant, Mr. Angus Macintyre, took place at Auchterhouse, where he was shooting with some friends. Orut of the gamekeeuer's guns was accidentally leb off, and the charge Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING. ai HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. Ul iSTAG HOUNDS. lHer Majesty's, Tuesday, s8ough; Friday, Maidenhead e Thicket-at 11. ve Cheltenham, Tuesday, Puesdown; Friday, Kilkernoy- a at half-past 11.~ iS FOX HOUNDS. of A.lbrighton, Tuesday, the PlouRb, Weston Heath; dl Thursday, Hagley Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    Aubin Auburn Aucheries , New Town of Old Town of, ibid . Auchermerland Auchinbreck Auchintoull Auchlyne Auchmedden Auchnagern Auchquittrie Auchslassen Auchterhouse Auchterless Meldrum Auchterlonie , John Auchtertyre Audugar Auldearn Aurelle , P. Austen , Austin, Lieut. Ed. Austin , J. Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1796

    the Presbytery of Dundee, Mr Walter Tait at Lundie and Foulis, Mr Patrick Macvical at Dundee, Mr James Scott at Auchterhouse, ministers; George Paterson, Esq., of Castlehuntly, ruling elder. From the burgh of Dundee, James L'Amy, Esq., Advocate, younger of

    Anne, December 1702, 01 December 1702-31 December 1702

    Barrowfield, Lyon of Carss, Haliburton of Pitcurr, John Auchterlonie, clerk of Arbrothock, Sir Alexander Hope of Carse, Lyon of Achterhoult [Auchterhouse ] , Lieutenant-Colonel John Ariskine [Erskine ] , Deputy Governor of Stirling Castle, William Cunningham of Buchan, Henry Cunningham, Subscribers-only content

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