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Numerology information Breadalbane:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Songs about Breadalbane:
The Cameron Highlanders/The Balkan Hills/The Atholl And Breadalbane Gathering by Boys Of The Lough from the Album Live At Passim
2/4 Marches (Gay Gordons): The Hills Of Perth, 25th K.O.S.B's, Atholl & Breadalbane Gathering by The Riverside Ceilidh Band from the Album Horses For Courses
2/4 Marches: 79th's Fairwell To Gibralter, The Atholl & Breadalbane Gathering by Pipe Major Donald MacLeod from the Album The New York Recordings 1967
2/4 Marches: The Athol And Breadalbane Gathering, The Cameron Highlanders by An Teallach Ceilidh Band from the Album Catching The Sunrise
The Atholl And Breadalbane Gathering / The Boat Leaks / Nighean Bhan A' Mhuilleir by Mike Katz from the Album The Portraits And The Music
The Atholl and Breadalbane Gathering/The Siege of Delhi by Haggis Rampant from the Album Wee Beastie
Atholl Breadalbane Gathering/Lady Madeline Sinclair/High Road by John Turner from the Album The Wanderer's Lament
Books about Breadalbane:
In Famed Breadalbane: The Story of the Antiquities, Lands and People of a Highland District by William A. Gillies (2005)
The Lairds Of Glenlyon: Historical Sketches Relations To The Districts Of Appin, Glenlyon, And Breadalbane (1886... by Duncan Campbell and Donald Currie (Sep 10, 2010)
"The Search for the Breadalbane" by Joe (introduction by Walter Cronkite) MacInnis (1985)
The Book of Garth and Fortingall. Historical sketches relating to the districts of Garth, Fortingall, Athole,... by Duncan Campbell (Feb 24, 2011)
The Lairds of Glenlyon: historical sketches relating to the districts of Appin, Glenlyon, and Breadalbane by Duncan Campbell (Jan 1, 1886)
Breadalbane Adventure by Joe MacInnis (Sep 1982)
The Black Book Of Taymouth: With Other Papers From The Breadalbane Charter Room (Scots Edition) by Bowie William and Innes Cosmo 1798-1874 (Sep 30, 2010)
Wiki information Breadalbane:
Earl of Breadalbane and Holland is a dormant title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created in 1681 for Sir John Campbell, 5th Baronet, of Glenorchy, who had previously been deprived of the title Earl of Caithness. He, as a principal creditor, had...
Breadalbane was a British three-masted barque, a mid-19th century merchant ship that was crushed by ice and sank in the Arctic. Notable as the northernmost shipwreck known, she is also the best-preserved wooden ship ever found in the sea....