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Title: Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle
Posted by: David Wyse Livingston
Date: 10 September 2007

So I am reading through this old book online and I come across:

http://stat-acc-scot.edina.ac.uk/link/1791-99/Argyle/Lismore%20and%20Appin/1/492/ 

Which I believe talks about "baculum more" and some of the oldest properties.. but can any confirm what I am reading? Or is it just a great OLD book from 1792?

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Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle10 September 2007David Wyse Livingston
   Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle11 September 2007Donald (Livingstone) Clink
   Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle11 September 2007Kyle MacLea
   Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle12 September 2007Donald (Livingstone) Clink
      Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle13 September 2007Kyle MacLea
         Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle13 September 2007Donald (Livingstone) Clink
            Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle13 September 2007Kyle MacLea
               Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle13 September 2007Donald (Livingstone) Clink
               Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle16 September 2007Donald (Livingstone) Clink
                  Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle21 September 2007Donald (Livingstone) Clink
                     Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle21 September 2007Kyle MacLea
            Account of 1791-99 vol.1 p.492 : Lismore and Appin, County of Argyle15 September 2007Andrew Lancaster

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