5 edition of Antiquarian notes found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
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We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book. Long may they hold their place, and send out strong men and strapping lasses to supply those services so much needed in the parish. The Mackintoshes, Shaws, and Grants• We are now passing into an era where some events, such as Antiquarian notes First Sacred War, can be found in traditional books of Greek history.
This ford consisting of a strong bed of gravel, may still be seen when the water is very low, but has been destroyed on the Warrington side, in improving the navigation of the river. Accordingly on Tuesday, the 16th ultimo, Macdonald resolved on carrying his plan into effect.
In 1260, however, a compromise is Antiquarian notes made whereby Walter Comyn grants to the Bishop of Moray a davoch of land, thus described—" One davoch of the land of Logy Kenny, to wit Edenlogyn, and also both Abyrcarden and the land on which is situated the Church of Logy Kenny, which land lies between two streams, to wit Kyllene and Petenachy.
A milestone was found on the line a little to the south of Lancaster, inscribed to the Emperor Julius Philippus, who reigned between 244 and 249; but this might be a reparation or renovation at a later period ; any way, the construction of the road mast have been between 50 and 249. —John Macpherson in Crathiecroy, Paul Macpherson there, linen Gow there, John Fraser there, John dhu vic Coil vic Allan there, John ban Mac Aonas vic Coil ban there, Angus Mac Bean dim vic Aonas there.
Two circumstances operate strongly against Macdonald, namely, that the attack was made in a private Antiquarian notes unfrequented path, after having crossed the water purposely to get at the memorialist, and that Macdonald himself holds the situation of a Magistrate, being a Justice of Peace for the county.
He had powerful friends and succeeded in obtaining Antiquarian notes the Regent Morton a gift of the 60 davochs of Badenoch, which unfortunately, did not pass the Seals, and fell to the ground.son and heir of Sir Thomas Gerard, who died 1492. This protest, which was signed at Benchar on the 14th of March, 1689, by sixteen Macphersons of standing, is too well known to require any particular description.
Ben Alder was a very ancient forest and, not thriving under sheep, has reverted to its former occupancy. The following docquetted "Discharge of Watch money payable to Clunie, 11th June, 1745," shows that he was still engaged in the business very shortly before the landing of Prince Charles- Forres, June, 15, 1745. —Angus Macpherson in Druminord, Angus Bain MacLachlan there, Duncan Mac-a-Gowin there. The township is decreasing in Antiquarian notes, but whether it and Newton were ever the great towns which popular tradition would make them, may be doubted.
His character is to be a perfect enemy to thieves and thieving.
treasurer's accounts with reference to the allowances from the farm of John Lovel of the poultry market in the time of city treasurers, Henry Maister and Thomas Veil [1432-3].
This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
Most notably, he is the father of Theseus, the greatest hero and king of mythic Athens.