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Edinburgh Evening News

Edinburgh Evening News Midlothian, Scotland

6 Aug 1904

DEATH OF LADY TWEED MOUTH Lady Tweed mouth died last night at Lord Tweedmouth's shooting lodge in Strathglass, Inverness-shire. Lady Fanny Occavia Louisa Spencer-Churchill was married to Lord Tweedmouth in 1873. She was the third daughter of the seventh

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

12 Aug 1903

The Duke and Duchess Westminster travelled north yesterday to their shooting lodge. Upper Duchally, Sutherland shire. The Dowager Lady Tweedmouth, accompanied by her daughter-in-law, th© Hon. Mrs Marjoribanks, arrived at Guisachan, Invernessshire, yesterday

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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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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

1 Mar 1941

affecting—K>f all places—Glen Affric and adjoining district! The first sign of danger was in 1937, when a company—The Highland Estates, Ltd. was formed and purchased certain lands and rivers in Glen Affric and adjoining glens. The shares of this company

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Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser

Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser Lancashire, England

5 Jul 1912

miles (and that was beyond several ranges hills), and not even house, except Affric lodge one or two gamekeepers* cottages, came the conclusion, it was a beanti'test plan was camp ont. barn-like structure, with a clean, dry plank floor, seemed suitable

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

1 Aug 1941

LONDON NEWS AND COMMENT , [ FROM PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE ] , Embargo Against Japan THE COURT Glen Affric Bill ORTHCOMING MARRIAGE GERMAN OIL STOCKS Russia Says They Will Not Last Long BRITISH BOMBING TELLS Italian Tankers Forced to MINISTRY POST FOR BANK

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

28 Nov 1888

A Shooting Tenant. Oar correspondent writes: —During the past Invertnark shooting lodge h\s been occupied by Lord and l«ady Hindlip, and it i« not too much say that during their stay there they eudeared themselves the whole inhabitants Gleneak. His Lordship

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

24 Aug 1901

j Contemporary Chati Mr. Rhodes's Shootlog Lodge. Kannoch Lodge, the shooting-lodge the extreme west end of Loch Rannoch, in Perth* •hire, occupied this month bj Mr. Cecil Rhode*, with his friend. Dr. Jameson, was occupied by Mr. Andrew Carnegie about

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Dublin Daily Express

Dublin Daily Express Dublin, Republic of Ireland

3 Sep 1898

Countess will stay the shooting lodge in Affark- Forest, Inverness-shire, until the beginning of October. Lord has rented the celebrated Deer Forest of Atfaric (over 30.000 acres) from Mr. Chisholm, Chisholm. Atfaric adjoins Lord Tweedmouth's Guisaclian domains

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

5 Aug 1927

DEMAND FOR SHOOTING LODGES BIG INVASION OF THE HIGHLANDS FOR THE TWELFTH I here has been a keen demand for shootings all over Scotland this season, and all is now in readiness for the Twelfth, when the grouse shooting opens. Most of the lodges are let,

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

20 Sep 1888

accommodation of one thousand soldiers. Anghavana is the famous shooting lodge of Mr. Parnell, who has sold it to the Government for considerable sum for the purpose mentioned. The Glen is one of the most historical spots in Ireland. It was here Lord

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

29 Jul 1898

SUITABLE FOR SHOOTING LODGES BY ALL THE BEST MAKERS. LATEST MODELS by KRARD, COLLARD, WINKKLMANN, HOPKINSON, Ac., ready for dirpatch by Rail or Boat, or can be delivered within reasonable distance Inverness by our own Vans. Oruees for Tuning Punctually

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

27 Mar 1915

things will better, yon know Wasn’t it good of Lady Glen worth She has arranged the whole thing, you know. I feel in luxury here after that horrid boarding-house, and then lodgings that were anything but comfortable,” and Irene looked round her present

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The Graphic

The Graphic London, England

24 Sep 1921

opposite side of the glen, the property of Sir Victor Mackenzie of Glen Muick. ABERGELDIE CASTLE ON THE DEE An old Gordon keep two miles from Balmoral- BIRKHALL ON THE MUICK about six miles east of Balmoral. ALLTNAGUIBHSAICH LODGE in Glen Muick, six or seven

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Graphic

Graphic London, England

24 Sep 1921

opposite side of the glen, the property of Sir Victor Mackenzie of Glen Muick. ABERGELDIE CASTLE ON THE DEE An old Gordon keep two miles from Balmoral- BIRKHALL ON THE MUICK about six miles east of Balmoral. ALLTNAGUIBHSAICH LODGE in Glen Muick, six or seven

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1901

EE LET—APAi-TMEMTS. Abbeydale rd, 855, Sheffield.—Two Ladies, to join; widow; no family. bbejdaJe rd.—Comfcr_ble Apartraerrts; bath, piano. __» —ao Glen id,_She_eld Broomhall pi] 55, Sheffield.—Private Apartments, or share ; bath, room hall Park. —Apartments

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

24 Jun 1929

SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED, for Shooting Lodge, good, experienced nird Housemaid, Second Kitchenmaid, and to take charge of men's rooms. Apply to housekeeper. Glen Dye Lodge, Banchory. T ANTED for the end of June, nice, homely, rt>- Woman for light housework

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

8 Jun 1929

G 00 K ( experienced ) wanted end of Juno ; , three in kit Chen ; shooting lodge-during August and'September , ¦ Apply Lady Spencer-Nairn , Leslie Itouse , Leslie , File . CW UKS and . WOMEN wanted for restaurants , with ex' perience'in cooking , willing

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

11 Jul 1913

Situations Vacant. 1 tTNDER-Tablemaid wanted Ist Aug. for shooting lodge; smart, strong girl. Wages, JEI6-£lo. Apply Mrs Cox, Foggyley, Dundee. WANTED for important firm, traveller with knowledge of jute goods. Good remuneration and prospects. Reply,

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

1 Apr 1880

continued. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. —A Lady receives Boarders on moderate terms. Pleasant home. Situation healthy and cheerful.—Address Glen, Chronicle Office, Bath. BOARD and RESIDENCE, near the Park, with a Widow Lady.—Address M., care of Mr. WP'iams,

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