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The Sphere

The Sphere London, England

27 Aug 1932

dam age that way. Far the best stalking is in the Western Highlands though Strathconon is a notable exception. Glen Affric, which Lord Furness has sub-let for the last two years, is another very fine deer forest. Others almost equally good, if not better

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Type: Illustrated
Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

5 Nov 1935

beauties Strathglas and Glen Affric. Earnest Appeal Lady Aberdeen concluded with earnest appeal for support of a movement for making Guisachan the centre of a Scottish National Park, and gave many reasons why Strathglass and Glen Affric would prove to be the

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Type: Article
Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser

Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser Lancashire, England

5 Jul 1912

jolting pleasant. The glassy expanse of Loch Affric soon faded away in the distance, two small turns were passed, there was rough-and-tumble descent to the valley, and after following the turbulent river Affric for a mile or two, espied the cluster of buildings

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Type: Illustrated
Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

7 Apr 1930

TO-MORROW'S PROGRAMME. LEICESTER. 2 OA—GLEN SELLING PLATE.—Five fur•OU loiii'B.— Two-year-olds. Totem Dane© c (Mr. Bowchor) Gwilt St. Faganu (Sir D- Llewellyn) F. Hartisan 9 Combine c (Mr. C. Phillips) Barling 0 Gay Girl (Maj R. Katlitte) Wall Griggs

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Type: Miscellaneous
Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

5 Aug 1920

811 N.Jt.r. TORMENT B Marsh 811 Yr. Crippe BT. INA Archer 811 Mr. Gerdaj r OLIVINE Brame Lord Glen 's LITTLE Jlll Platt 8 11 Yr. Oration a MARIdORk It. by Cylead .llnreton 811 Mr Raisers JEWELLED STAT.R Waugh 6 U Mr Willey's PEACH BLOOM Lew% THE ABOVE

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

17 Jun 1927

Raphael) S. Darling 9 1 Heatherwav (Lord Glanelv) F. Archer 8 10 Tugela (Lt.-Col. G. Loder) Gilpin 8 7 Katisha (Mr Gretton) Moreton 8 7 Eagle Rock (Lord Astor) Taylor 8 3 Baralong (Mr A. R. Cox) Taylor 8 3 Salmagundi (Lord Furness) Wootton 8 Strathleven (Mrs

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Type: Miscellaneous
Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1927

The glen glove and hosiery COMPANY LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION). Note has been presented to the Lords of Council and Session (Second Division, Lord Fleming, Ordinary Mr 6aunders, Clerk), for WALTER ALEXANDER REID, Chartered Accountant, Aberdeen, OFFICIAL

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Type: Advertisement
The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

4 Sep 1926

across the river , and less than a mile will bring you to Cannich , the centre of the magic circle of Glen Affric , Glen Cannich , and Strathglass . The Affric Birches . Standing on the bridge looking down into the River Cannich , I knew that I was in the heart

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Type: Article
Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

8 Sep 1921

7 3 Sir J. Rutherford'« Statuary, 4yrs R. Day 7 2 Lord Furness’s Teto-a-Tete, 4yrs Sherwood 13 Mr. Cunliffe’s The Widow Malone, 4y rs, Brainre 6 13 Capt. Hanhury’s Hig-hlander, 3yrs, R. Dawson 6 11 Duke of W’estminster's’Swyn burn, 4yrB ..Persse

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Type: Article
Daily Record

Daily Record Lanarkshire, Scotland

27 Jun 1914

AO WELLINGTON HANDICAP 300 bot». fur- T Worton’s YORKSHIRE ITTTSSAR, 5-7-5 ..Own^r Lord Rosebery’s ATTICHS, 5-7-3 P. Pock Mr J. Suasel’s ST. CATP.INE, 3-7-0 T. Waugh Mr J. LAST TUE LENAS, 3-6-13.Escott The above have arrived. W. QTJANTOCK. 5-9-0 Baker

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Type: Article
The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

5 Dec 1929

more beautiful valley of Glen Affric was intended by Nature for a power station . They knew that the generations since the Nor' Loch was . made into Waverley Station had condemned their forefathers in Edinburgh . Glen 'Affric might have to be sacrificedj

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Type: Article
Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

4 Oct 1938

SCOTIA’S GLEN NAPPED Sandown Form Best Guide to Trial Plate at Nottingham SMY THE DANGER (By PATH COLWXCK PARK, Monday Evening.— Scotia’s Glen is taken as the best bet of the day at Nottingham’s final stage to-morrow. Sir Victor Sassoon’s filly is engaged

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

23 Oct 1925

THE GLEN ROAD: - ti • Sr 1111 e. N. A. ItAcboNALD,1111.1(1111111. After courting the loch assiduously for miles, the gkn road, at a point below ritcle Dol's house, begaeto shew a decided preference fur the hill. Per Nips Crag Dubh, rising dark atld forbidding

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Type: Article
Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

1 Jun 1935

lung day since the neighbour's lad and myselt sang that some Rising of the lloon.' by nights in the Glen. . . The Glens:* queried Alive softly. Yes, the Glen, where the Derreen crawled sluggish enough through the marshes and bogs at the foot of Loges—three

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Type: Article
Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

11 May 1929

Marlborough) Gooch 7IS KITTY FISHER (Lord Rosebery) J. Jarvis 7 IS CADUBCIS (Lord Rosebery) L/arrls 7 FRENCH HASTE (Lord St. Davids) Day 7 IS GAT ROSE (Sir V. Sassoon) - Crawford 7 PUTNEY (Mr. T.-Smith) Templeman 7 IS GLEN DTE (Mr. A. B. Walker) P<»sw 7 INFIDEL

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Type: Article
Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

9 Sep 1912

HIGH FLIGHT AT GLEN (REUTER'S TELEGRAM.) Caen, Friday. &cater Canoe to-day made a fine eight, an altitude of 4,950 metres. The of n.a aerop:ane theft went wrong, and forceJ to a: send. SOFFIAGETTES IN THE MIL (endowed from Page Tire.) fee your rights

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Type: Article
Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

10 Dec 1925

E»e)e»gti'« Dutch Do!!. Tyrv 10 9 Lord L'Aigloo 11., ftyn. Barthropp Mr. Owesi’a French foaa. Bennett 10 8 Mr. H. SaataM. fora Woodland 10 6 MaJ. Bacon’s Turmeric, 7yiw, R, M. Thompaou alO MaJ. G I* Nevill’a Hatoi k, fora Gore a lord Londeehr rotigh’t Hotblm k

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Type: Article
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

15 Sep 1920

place, Lord Carlton's colours being tarried victory by tarn, 6to chance. Tho Glen Clova filly, owned ami trained Baker, was backed down to field of nine, ran away with I.ittlo Breeders* Tvyo- Plate, this being her third successive •w in. Island Lord looked

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Type: Article
Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

3 Apr 1924

TLICNDEWITONE (Lord Alloadrarl I Jervis B 11 o HOLIDAY (Si? A Balky) a Day 11 GALLOP HALL F (Yr 0 Barnett) Ilartbropp 11 OUTWARD BOUND (Mrs Reedit) Harper 11 QUEL ai PLUMEt &ear) -HerPer 1 1 ORANGE (Mr H Delilah) Cottrill 11 GIN SLUM (Lord Derbaxn) Perk

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Type: Article
Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette Warwickshire, England

26 Aug 1938

30-DROWSY. 3.30-11ANNANCE. 3.3 e 4. 0-BYLPRIDE. 4. 0.-DLOT.•4 LORD DERBY TO BE GIMCRACK GUEST 4.30-HEMA N. 4.30-GODOLPHIN. I4 11 11 By STABLE BOY HAMILTON PARK STABLE SOY SQUIRE MOLT LORD DERBY will be the guest of the evening at 'the Gimcrack Club dinner

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Type: Article