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Celtic god of love and beauty

black hornless breed from Scotland

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The paddle steamer Forfarshire sailed between Hull and Dundee and in 1841 a group of ladies representing the Port of Hull Society invited Grace to appear at a grand charity bazaar, with an expected attendance of 2,000.
Grace Darling helped save the lives <Bof those on the sticken Forfarshire in 1838
English Heritage has revealed that archaeological divers will be examining the wreck of the Forfarshire, survivors of which were famously rescued by Grace and her father 175 years ago.
The rookie took time out from university after being plucked from Forfarshire last year to fill the problem position.
1838: Grace Darling, 2, daughter of a lighthouse keeper, made the famous rescue of the crew of the steamship Forfarshire, shipwrecked near the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast.
1815: Grace Darling, lighthousekeeper's daughter and heroine of the wreck of the Forfarshire, was born.
The key originally belonged to David Blair, from Broughty Ferry, Forfarshire, who sailed on the Titanic from Belfast to Southampton in April 1912.
O'Brien, who started his career with Middlesbrough, also missed out on his United debut when their Forfarshire Cup tie at Brechin was rained off 10 days ago.
Jamie Reid and Kane Hester were on target for the hosts as they ended the Tannadice club's interest in the Forfarshire Cup.
English Heritage has announced that archaeological divers will be examining the wreck of the Forfarshire, survivors of which were famously rescued by Grace and her father 175 years ago.
TODAY FIRST OF BRUMALIA(ROMAN OF BACCHUS) 1815: Grace Darling, lighthouse-keeper's daughter and heroine of the wreck of the Forfarshire, was born.
Ex-Saltires skipper Ryan Watson will miss the tie to run a marathon to raise funds for a new nets facility in Forfarshire.
DUNDEE United lifted the Forfarshire Cup last night after winning a hard-fought final at Station Park.
Leask plans to join Forfarshire before signing for an English county.
Grace Darling and her lighthouse keeper father lived on Longstone Island when, in a storm on September 7, 1838, the SS Forfarshire struck the notorious Harcar rocks, a part of the Farne Islands.