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Montrose,

town (1991 pop. 12,127), Angus, NE Scotland, on the North Sea at the mouth of the South Esk River. Open to water on three sides, it is a spacious resort town, with flax and jute mills, boat yards, fruit canneries, and a fishing industry. Montrose was the scene of John de Baliol's surrender of the Scottish throne to Edward I of England in 1296.

Montrose

James Graham, 1st Marquess and 5th Earl of Montrose. 1612--50, Scottish general, noted for his victories in Scotland for Charles I in the Civil War. He was later captured and hanged
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They are definitely not used to seeing Montrose in such lofty positions.
Unsuprisingly it wasn't long before someone reported her to the police and last week at Warwick Crown Court Montrose, aged 25, was jailed for 16 months.
Montrose, 25, of Red Deeps, Nuneaton, was jailed for a total of 16 months after pleading guilty to nine charges of fraud, one of breaching a suspended sentence for an earlier offence and one of making a forged document with intent to deceive.
Instead of the monuments in stone, the festivals, and the commercialisation that commemorated and exploited the contributions of William Wallace, Robert Bums and others to the grand narratives of Scotland's history, it was the written word that was the principal means by which the legacy of the first marquis of Montrose (1612-1650) was carried across the centuries.
In the second half Montrose were reduced to ten men when Stuart Watson, who had been booked in the first half, was sent off by referee David Somers for unsporting behaviour after 68 minutes.
Montrose had been battling prostate cancer for several years, though in 2009 he claimed to have beaten it.
Gillingham 1 Oxford Utd 0 LeWiS MOnTROSe scored the only goal of the game before seeing red as nineman Gillingham brought Oxford's unbeaten run to an end at the Priestfield Stadium.
With 30 years of experience building aerobatic planes, German manufacturer, Extra Aircraft is now branching into the corporate world with the Extra 500, Spirit of Montrose.
MONTROSE -- As she sat surrounded by vintage clothes and Tiffany-style lamps, Renee Davila described her nightmare about the quaint shopping district where she has owned a store for a dozen years.
By arguing that Elizabeth I's paradoxical position as a female ruler in a patriarchal society helped determine the imaginary possibilities of her subjects, Montrose encouraged a generation of critics to re-evaluate Elizabethan culture.
John Henderson, 18, from Amble, was part of the crew of HMS Montrose, which raced to the rescue of the crippled Canadian submarine Chicoutimi as it wallowed 260 miles from the Irish shore.
Touch of Excellence, LLC has signed a 5,000 SF lease at 607 Montrose Ave.