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Daily Record

Daily Record Lanarkshire, Scotland

5 Jul 1941

Scotland a chance to tell his country what has been done by the Scottlsn Office since war started Dictatorship Charge npHE Glen Affric Bill debate is -A- almost certain to be postponed. It has been fixed to take place at the end of a two days’ general discussion

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

29 Jul 1908

Review” on “Hill-Climbing in Scotland,” states that probably the walk from Beauly up Glen Affric, and down Loch Duich on the west coast, through th© savage pass of Glen Lichd. It a walk requiring exceptional powers of endurance. . . . To get on the hills

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Type: Article
Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

3 Sep 1887

Antipodean empire confineat under the happiest auspices, Sir Henry and Lady Lock ate very old friends, are Lord and Lady Carrington and Sir Robert and Lady Hamilton. Prioress Mathilde has returned from Dieppe to St. Grat an. where she is estertalninK

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

14 Apr 1935

a boy of eleven he killed his first stag in the Guisachan forest, and then was tutored in all the arts of deer-stalking by the fine old stalkers in charge of Guisachan and Glen Affaric. Both he and Lady Fanny won the immense admiration of the old professional

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Type: Illustrated
Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

7 Jun 1895

LADIES' COLUMN. AT THE ACADEMY. IT. [By Our Own Lady Contributor.] Is it that beautiful idea has become hardened into mannerism, I wonder, that have almost tired MacWliirter's birches? Here they are again, as beautifully painted as were The Three Graces

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

29 Jan 1898

THE SOCIETY OF LADY 1~ ~ ARTISTS. DRAWINCS BY MR M'WHIRTER, R.A. I (FRO: 01 OW N owx~ igPODJNT.) Izondon, Friday Night.i Visitors to the forty-third exhibition of the Society of Lady Artists-by the way, could not I the word lady be replacdd by the

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

22 Apr 1918

O. C, Cfui-k. : shank, 13 ana' 19 Boaemouat Viaduct, Aberduvh. CY('LE, Lady's, for Sale, la good «rder, Journal OfiQce. (Lady's), 24in., Eadiea a«3tl 566 Great Northern CLE (Lady »). order £4. rt! ,, ; -A St*-* ' f *• LEh.—Gent, i!4in., ifl. 'if' fiitrt

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North Devon Journal

North Devon Journal Devon, England

11 Aug 1910

operations were commenced a Wrafton last Thursday. Sir Thomas and Lady Acland have left Killerton for their seat in Somerset. Lady Mary Foroes-Trefusis has succeeded Lady Eva Dugdale lady-in-waiting on the Queen. Anonymous gifts of and £4,000 have been

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English Lakes Visitor

English Lakes Visitor Cumberland, England

14 Jul 1883

(grey, with narrow red lines Levet (moos green), Bailin Lalloch a pretty yellow check Glen' moriston (green), Kiniocliewe brown ‘, Braless (dark yellow), Guisachan (green). Many of the tartan skirts are made exactly like kilts, with small buckles fastening

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

16 Sep 1910

a* she can land a 201b. eahnon. and among the almost countless ladies of rank who can hold their own the with any man are Ladv Annesley, the Duchess Newcastle. Lady Constance Scott, and Lady Breadalbane. •• . • The Cotin tees of Airlie, who lost her in

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

16 Jun 1937

preferred. No. 3423 Courier, p PITLOCHRY.— Accommodation lor three ladies; from 24th to 31st July; board or attendance. Box No. 1496 Advertiser. PITLOCHRY.— Accommodation for two ladies, from 24th July 7th August. Separate beds; attendance. Box No. 1497

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

14 Dec 1934

presided , spoke of Lady Aberdeen's connection with the Highlandsand to the many happy days she spent in Glen Affric , which was then the property of her father . Before delivering an address on Woman ' s International Work , Lady Aberdeen said she

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

22 Sep 1894

and Mr Walker had several fine ones in Dalna- chardoch in the Struan district of Perthshire. Another lady sportsman just now in the Hiah- lands, Lady James Douglas, has had splendid sport lately in Duncraig Castle shootings in the west of Ross-shire.

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

1 Sep 1897

of Cord and Lady Alington for two nights; after which they will go to Ouisachan, near Beauly, on visit to Lord and Lady Tweedmouth. During his stay at Guisachan the Duke will have some deer-stalking in the forests of Guisachan, in Glen Affric, and North

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Pall Mall Gazette

Pall Mall Gazette London, England

22 Sep 1894

Johuston. has had an 8-pzointer and other good heads in Glen Aliric. The Bcn Damph house party are having excellent sport with the stags, and also on the Balgay river, where Lady Lovelace and Lady Mar.garet Jenukins one day lately had a big bag ot sea

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

12 Jun 1897

falls to Glen or Strath Affric. The model village of Tomich, and the exquisitely beautiful forest of Guisachan are on the south of the river. You are surrounded by magnificent mountains and scenery of the grandest description ; I time permitting, Glen Cannich

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

25 Aug 1897

of ?? and Lady Alington'for two night*, after which they will go to Gnisachav). near Beauly, on * visit to Lord and Lady Tweedmouth. During hisstav.at Guisachan the Duke will have sent* deer-stalking in the forests of Guisachan. in G'.en Affric. aud North

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

4 Sep 1897

Lord and Lady Alington for two nights; after which they will go to Guisschan, near Beauly, on a visit to Lord and Lady Tweedmouth. During his stay at (knew:Man the Duke will have some deer-stalking in the forests of Guisac.han, in Glen Affric ' and North

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Dundee Advertiser

Dundee Advertiser Angus, Scotland

25 Aug 1897

of Lord and Lady Alington for two nights, after which they will to Guisaclian, near Beauly, on a visit to Lord and Lady Tweedmouth. During his stay at Guisachan the Duke will have some deerstalking in the forests of Guisachan, in Glen Affric, and North

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

1 Jul 1905

country place, Guisachan. It will find new tenants in Lord and Lady Portsmouth, whose action against the late Sir Joseph Pease for the revision of marriage settlement was the beginning of the end of a great financial crash. Guisachan, situated far-off

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