Breadalbane


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Breadalbane

(brədăl`bĭn, brĕd–, –dôl`–), mountainous district, in the W Grampian Mts., NW Perth and Kinross and NE Stirling, central Scotland. The district, picturesque and sparsely cultivated, is the site of the Breadalbane hydroelectric power scheme (120-MW capacity).
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"Ye've done well by me, David, first and last; and I wouldn't lose you for all Appin -- no, nor for Breadalbane."
After 3K they reached the turning point and returned to Breadalbane Park, passing the ruins of Finlarig Castle and crossing the River Lochay again.
Feis Thatha (Tay Festival) will stage a music weekend for all the family at the Breadalbane Community Campus, on Saturday September 14 and Sunday September 15.
Motherwell will have new spaces put in place in Breadalbane Crescent, Flemington Street, Highfield Crescent, Primrose Crescent and south of numbers 51 to 53 Vickers Street.
Centuries ago, the land on which Balloch Park sits was one of the gateways to Taymouth Castle, built by the Earl of Breadalbane.
The 100-mile (160km) Audax, the Breadalbane 160, will showcase the best roads and views of Perthshire.
Cormack to the Marquis of Breadalbane, Taymouth Castle.The Marquis of Breadalbane had been a classmate of Cormack at the University of Glasgow, 1812-13, Glasgow University Archives, Class Catalogues, 1794-1838 [R9/1/1].
Thomas Lodge and his wife had run two hotels successfully at Breadalbane from 1853 to 1865 and were prominent in the development of the local Catholic community, even hosting a visit from Archbishop Polding in 1858.
The hearing concluded there had been "extensive failings" in the way she prepared and gave lessons at Breadalbane Academy in Aberfeldy, Perthshire.
A study of the exhibition catalogue shows that the list of donors to the Exhibition includes what is virtually a roll-call of the Scottish aristocracy: the Dukes of Argyll, Atholl, Buccleuch, Fife, Montrose and Sutherland, the Marquises of Ailsa, Breadalbane, Bute and Linlithgow, the Earls of Camperdown, Elgin, Galloway, Mar and Kellie, Moray, Rosebery, Stair and Wemyss, the Countess of Seafield, Cameron of Lochiel and MacLeod of MacLeod, while visitors during the Exhibition included foreign royalty such as the Crown Prince and Princess of Sweden.
In 2011 a doctor told property mogul Howard and his siblings Viv had to be looked after 24/7 and she moved into Castleford's Breadalbane Care Home.