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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    19, .8. Ganiftey, ltle of Taunton, coechmatcer .agw tlo seoolith Se~auesiratttons.-A. Milne, and J. Ii. Dosteart, tgeair- WV. P. Mackenzie, Aviemore, Elginehire, inunkeeper. F2-Nday, Mfay 20. War ]Departmenlt, Patlmoati, mnay 3q, 1858.-BR~Evzr : Major-General C. A. Windbam, C.B., ts be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rcgitnetits were in attendance, anl the Ist CamIcerotliaets were also present. A man nsained James Noble, captain of the steaner Aviemore, was drowned in Penartis Roads omi Friday night. Ho was going on board his vessel fiom a boat whslii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thr' north of Scotland, and 3 strong westerly gale has formed snow-wreaths of great depth, At Aviemore, on the High. land Railway, the average depth is fifteen inches, aud at Daiwhinnie twelve inches. Snow-ploughs have kept the railway clear up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stapaside beat Aunt Primrose Neu DRAW for the ABER STAKES, for E Puppies, at £2. 105. each. M'airsis of Anglesey's Aviemore agst Mr. Elder's Bonnin Edinburgh Mr. Cheadle ns Oneida aest Mr. Gralnam's Starry Glen Mr. Elder's Latest Mystery agst Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Patrick's Tisyns'- agst Mr. Von 's Claimor Mr. WVilkes's Wil, Stag agst 'Mr. Colrman's Butcher ITI \Marqucs of Anglesey's Aviemore agst Mfr. ilalliwell's Lady MrSpilmau Is. ass's Lady Alice V. agst MAr. tlibbert' slopefoIltans Mtessrs. lfaweett's Fie For Shame Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Patrick's Thyme Mr. Wilkes's Wild Stag beat Mr. Coltmran's Butcher II. Mr. taellewell's Lady Spillman beat Marquis of Anglesey'9 Aviemore Mr. Base's Lady Alice V. beat Mir. IHibbert's Hopeful Lass Mr, White's Lincoln City beat Messrs. 2'awvcott's Fie For Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sea sparkling with light, the property of . C. e WallIs "IRough Water in the Mediterranean'" y (113), " Near Aviemore, Inverness-shire " (1314), " e4 enllworth Castle " (117), " Sultry yreathex in y ie" (118)-a fine group of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his series of lecthres on " The Gospel of Luke," is now settled com- fortably at his Highland resting-olace at Aviemore. His departure has been considerably delayed this year, and be will accordingly return later than usual, probably tnot before Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    twenty years respectively, and they have not yet been identified. Yesterday afternoon, while General Rice, the sorting tenant of the Aviemore Estate. Inverness, was skating on Loch Aneilan he broke through the ice, and was drowned. A search was instantly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tailors and clothiers, Glasgow; to meet at Glasgow June 5, at 2, MACKENZIE William Patrick, tacksman of Aviemore Lynvullg, 3 andl iruskeeper, Aviemore; to meet at Elgin, June 12, at 12. A new feature in Glasgow trade was introduced on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    short period of his demis-e. Fr upiiwar~dsof thirty years hei was in time employ. mnert of the late Mr.. Mackenzie, Aviemore, and was d :great favourite with the fasmily. Many mvill miss Iis dimninu- -five torus and quaint expressions.Invirmnesz C0ourier. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ort-George .... Nairn............ Arrive at Forrce. Leave I Keith,,,, Elgin. I Birgicae.in Arrive at Forrze . Leave Forree ......... Grantown........ Aviemore......... I iiignoaise..... Dalsvhinie., Blsir.Athole . . I 2Pitlochry. IDlnkeld. Arrivo at | Perth. Arrive at Dimcdee . ..... Edtibro', Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    part of the Highland line, we mean the moor of Dava; it afterwar-Is passed the 9.39 train from Perth at Aviemore all right ; but by the time the one got to Dalwhinnie and the other to Dava, a great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    peak of Cairngors (the dank blue cairs); and thence down a steep northern gorie of the great Grompian range to Aviemore oa the Spxy. It is a grand stretch of fell 40- miles, not to be uniseerlaken raishly and without Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5lay i, H. A. Litehfield (Sew York), 698i balts wUol. loneadin ennJ oel the Berthl-Cit y c lenares (faUX Winefred, Aviemore. Ninevelh, aii HaI kse buly, ~~~~Vin,,c&..,_ .. _ EXTEACTS IROM TUELIS W1VEtX',S "PUNCUh"- MOMIE-O FIlTHY. Ireleand,-"Ah, sree th1in it's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRODtUCE MA RKETS.. LOrSnON, Monday.-Sugar: Tfhe demandclhas again been quiet. but prices bave ruled firrn. Coffee insets ouly a slow sale at previous quotations. Rice.-A fiim but quiet mrraket. Cotton is oulv in limsited request at former prices. Sakes Subscribers-only content

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    ,, - LOADINrG AND OX TIIr BE1TII:-St. Osyth (s), Cairn- bulg, Thomas Stephens, Darling Downs, Oceaa Mail, Canopus, Gleligairm, and Aviemore. c r COTTON. I MAlNcHEsTru. Tues;ay.-Export yarns have been very c quiet to-day, but tolerably firm, spiunors generally refus. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hope for a speedy13 charng for the better. Depirturea lions Sydney to London :-Malroh 9th, Casinhiuin, 4,1hf bales: March 18th, Aviemore, 3,309 hales; March. 18th, Darling Downs, 4,751 bales ; March 21st. coaut Mail, 2,694S hales; April 4ths, Witmsdeor Castle, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were removed to their quarters in the first-class debtors' prison. TWO GENTLEMEN DROWNED IN THE SPEY. Three gentlemen, residing at Aviemore, Elgiushire, left their lodgings on Sunday to enjoy a walk on Speysile. They had only gone aboat two msiles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to-day for Libian. Is is ~~~~(FrOsM fire S~iippilug Garorete,) i5 FutaIBRnozeon MeAn, Taeeday.-Passed-QXV.S, Marten (s). fog 15 the north WJFT, Aviemore Ia), north; MTFL, Harriet (sl. north; 3d Ni(.Hbytl oth B),BdikI), north; IbVLD, to. Ven snot;J0. Orlsnrh WNnVD, Gar-ron Tower Subscribers-only content

 

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