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  • County: Caithness, Scotland
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

16 Jul 1847

show to his the Duke of Sutherland that it would an advantage to his tenantry, and we may rely U|>on his Grace's patronage. All know his generosity in lending helping hand in the hour of need ;—but although I have had the honour of meeting with his Grace

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

1 Jul 1836

could not, in spite of his natural courage, li«»lp feeling his situation rather uncomfortable. He began, too, to be uneasy about his galiot and his friends, which being observed by the Laird called out to him, Never mind the stonn, Mr.' Dutchman. There is

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

26 May 1837

Caithness affairs, and his unceasing efforts in bring, ing forward measures for the benefit of his native county, the lasting obligations the Caithness constituency are under to him for his kindness in constantly residing amongst them, his promise to the citizens

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

28 Jul 1848

twoyear-old slots to Mr John Robertson, Blair five guiueas, a lot queys Mr M'Lean, Klulochewe, at L.5 2s lid, M'lver, tiress, sold his two year-old to Mr John M 4 Donald, cattle dealer, Lochcarrou, tor L.5, his queys tor 1..5 15s. Mr Uobertsou, lilair Atbole

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

30 Jan 1846

if his seat carefully examined, it -will ap|iear that a more commanding view than any other part the surrounding couutry. If doer travels snow to his form, gazes at and watches his own track with tho anxiety. If the wind blows from directum his pursuors

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

30 Jul 1847

Imnst is shotand luture I shall advise him not to imitate the by shooting out his fore feet, nnd the slightest appearance of danger, scuttle back into his buckle shell. The lairds have threatened to interfere with the lines of road here, but on second thought

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

25 Jun 1847

He, aeeor.lii.gly, tit, , m.cscrilrable agony, went aud purchased a with 10 the latal byre, his lady-love rejected his pr.<- lerred affection 1, the agony his bursting soul —tied all the cows' tails together ! During the past week, tl.o fisherman our

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

4 Feb 1848

only to the Association, but tlio public. Mr Mackay had poouliar ideas of his own, that might called prepossession his part. (Mr llorue) bad had tlie pleasure of being flogged the same school as Mr Mackay. (Mr II.) was not for proving of every system of

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

3 Mar 1843

stretching his leas underneath the mahogany.—Drank amidst loud applause. The Vice-chairman, on behalf Mr Greg?, returned thanks; after which proposed The Health of the new Members —Mr M'Kay, Mr Mm. Tait, and Mr Calder. Mr Tait returned thanks. Mr Paterson

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

25 Feb 1842

beautiful lady, the daughter of a neighbouring proprietor. Sinclair, the Laird of Scarmclet, although graceful and attractive in his person, represented to have been possessed of a wicked and haughty spirit. Owing to the extravagance oi his progenitors

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

24 Oct 1845

a few friends invited Mr Butler and Mr James Forbes, Revenue Officer, tosupper, as a mark their esteem and respect towards them —Mr l>avid 111 the chair, Air Hicks acting croupier. Mr l'orbcs has conductcd himself, during his short stay iu tl.is place

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

28 Mar 1845

remaikahle men his counhy ind time. should be glid lo a-ceilain on whit inthority his been stated, that he was acknowledged by the Poet to the same family. According what appears to veritable MS., our possession, Mr Pop* the minister did not visit Mr Pope the

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

28 Oct 1836

which itself is a merit no ordinary kind with the sex, and, from his regular habits, deportment, grew in grace and favour with the luird and his '• no less than with the voijiig herself. Mrs Groat, indeed, who had a slight touch of family pride at first

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

7 Jun 1844

packages of the best mixtures, instantly struck a bargain, and allowed his tenant next morning to take his bed and walk. Impatient to see his novel stock turned into hard cash, the laird without delay applied an auctioneer, who, with equal alacrity, was

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

10 Jan 1840

being levied in a compulsory manner.—a proof of what may effected under the voluntary principle.**- A Slit.—Mr O'Connell, in his last speech to his constituents says 44 The 'l ories, all know, are the most gang on the face of the earth—we stand in the face

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

6 Mar 1840

Writer, Vice President ; Mr John Sinclair, Secretary ; and Mr Robert M'Leod, Treasurer. The places of the four retiring Hiemliors Committee were supplied Mr si. p, Grammar School, Mr William llell, Watchmaker, John Stewart, aud Mr Wm. Rae, Bookseller. have

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

18 Dec 1840

SCOTLAND. Fife Burghs.—We have heard ife stated that Mr Drinkwater Bethnne of Balfour, or Mr Fergus Strathore, will he the new member for the Kirkcaldy district burghs, vacant by the lamented death of Mr Ferguson Raith. Forty-Second Highlanders. —As there

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

3 Oct 1845

the binds of her sitter, Mrs Gem r.J Munro of Team inch, t<» the Rev. Mr Allan, Ivinc.irdiuc, for the immediate use of moro necessitous the Gleiicalvie removed tenants. Mr Irvine's Second Concbrt.—.As aniiouucMr Irvine our citizens a second

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

2 May 1836

your ferula, as elsewhere. saying this, wished me afternoon, and then walked away in his shepherd tartan, arm in arm with his frietad the Attorney General, towards his carriage, which was waiting lor outside the college,—on entering which he was loudly

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

11 Feb 1842

latter is little a«are the fame Hi* trial wovage.** his nichl in Liin*un,'* his wander?n** 44 Hi-r« irk o' weed,'* his pilotage a brie *!.e 11 Perth.** his Improvements and discoveries tbe culinary ar f , particularly his ingenious method of 44 makin'

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