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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

9 Jan 1963

What had their laird and his lady chosen as. a wedding present from them 0 Mr Q'.adston* told them a ,n that and his wife had chosen to buy . . •u.th the princely sum subscribed bv you . . . 15n-year-o!d water colour b Fielding, two small sketches bv Edward

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

27 Feb 1903

where cake and wine were served, Mr and Mrs Fothringham cordially receiving the guests the entrance. The Rev. Patrick Stevenson extended hearty w lcome the laird and his lady, and Mr Fothringham replied. The laird and his lady thereafter returned to the m

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

7 Feb 1912

Nairn, Rattray; Mr M'Kinnon, , Mrs Den chars, and Mrs Allan Brown, and Mr? Raitt, Mr Donaldson, Mr and Mrs G. Wyllie, and Mrs W. Hendry, Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs R. T. Giidwood; Mr and View article

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

13 Dec 1902

FIFE LAIRD AND HIS LADY. A MARRIAGE THAT ENDED IN DIVORCE. CASE IN COURT OVER WEDDING CONTRACT. Lord Low gave judgment in the Court of Session yesterday the action by James Taylor Cathcart, yr. of Pitcairlie, Fife, against his divorced wife, Mary Univin

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

5 Mar 1988

Castle-wedding for Laird and his Lady A FAIRYTALE romance had a happy ending yestir!d4yy wtenoFier!liontberland widsw Scottish Laird in his 12th century castle. The tenor Mrs Audrey Gregory, 61, will now be known on Me Lady hi Kinnard, ohm marrying Mr Stuart Stout

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

26 Nov 1904

illustrative of the Single Corner, Whilter, and Laird and Lady openings, come of which showed improvements on his match games with the great Anderson. The other work publisher was written under peculiar circumstances. Mr. Wyllie had stood guarantor for a relative

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Morning Advertiser

Morning Advertiser London, England

26 Nov 1832

Marlborough. lled HIS FIRST CAMPAIGN! The Marshal, Viscount de Turenne, Mr. Warde; James, Duka of Honmuuth, Mr. Diddear Major Marsin, Mr. Bartley ; Lieutenant Victor, Mr. Perkins ; Captain John Churchill. Mr. Forester ; St. Denis Odlllon, Mr. Laporte ; Charley

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

23 May 1952

an interest in his grandfather's £90.000 estate. Trustees of his grandfather's will, Mr. Eric Herbert Channon. Mrs. Margaret Blanche Headlev.l and Barclays Bank, intervened in the suit and said he was an adopted son. Mr. Cleave said his birth was not recorded

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

18 Apr 1857

where he obtained a situation with Mr Laird, nurseryman, Nethergate, with whom he lodged during his nine months' resi• dence here. M. L'Angellier had not been long in Dundee when news arrived of the marriage of his sweetheart, which filled him with grief

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

5 Sep 1911

WELL-KNOWN HORTICULTURIST. The death plaoe at his residence Saturday of Mr Robert Laird, the firm of R. B. and Sons, Isfcd., nurserymen and seedsmen, Edinburgh. For some time past Mr I>aird had not been his usual robust health, and on the of last month

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

15 Jul 1854

Launch of a Steamer at Birkenhead. — On Wednesday Mr. Laird launched from his yard at the Birkenhead Float the magnificent iron screw-steamer Pera, belonging to the Peninsular and Oriental Com- pany. The Pera is a sister ship to the Nubia, lately launched

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Irish Times

Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

21 Jun 1906

-coal with the exception Lady Laird Junes, whoso hnaband was tho naval ex- and Mrs. Herman Men vale, whose 'husband was cruelly robbed his “pungs by a defaulting solicitor. In reply Mr. Field, Mr. Reginald Kenna state* that he has been infornud s. the

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

14 Nov 1928

what had happened, and when Mr. wee subsequently went to take charge of the Army work there, he received a very nosti e reception. Gipsy Smith, however, went to where Mr. Fawcett was staying to i' his concern for his safety. - Mr. Fawcett subsequently left

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Globe

Globe London, England

2 Oct 1872

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1872. OUT OF THE HOUSES. CONSERVATIVE. Mr. Laird attended a meetly at the Birkenhead School of Art on Monday evening. He said that the school was in full work, and he trusted the ladies would take advantage of the morning classes, and that

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

28 Jul 1938

Lady Bates, who pertormed the launching ceremony, with Sir Percy Bates, chairman of the Cunard White Star Company (on left), and Mr. R. 8. Johnsen. managing director of . Car/Imill Laird. not afraid of the future and believed that success would still

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Shipping and Mercantile Gazette

Shipping and Mercantile Gazette London, England

15 Feb 1845

Iron Schooner Lady Flora Hastings, 100 tons, hullt byJ. lAird, Esq., liverpool. .. * . Barque Brazilian, tons, belonging to Mr. Cotesworth, of Liverpool Schooner Letitia, 100 tons, ditto. CAUTION—ANDREW SMITH, Patentee of the Wire Rope, feels It necessary

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

29 May 1903

Mats*boy. 4r. 74 Kennedy Mr W* Moofe’a Kkoaboad. 6y. 74 Mr SflritHaon’a Waveline. Jy, 7-t Private Mr Ohfk’a Penttorce. *y. 71 Mr Baldwin’s Borernss. 3y. Armstrong WEI .TER HANDICAP 130 tovs Oca Mr MarsliaU’s Red Louie, sy. 11 8 Private Mr M XkaiWr’s Metlie.tos

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

6 Oct 1934

minister, the tables were kindly provided by the following ladies:—Mrs R. Black, Miss Ballany, Mrs Wm. Bryson, Miss Bulloch, Miss K. Busby, Mrs B. Benn, Miss S. Comrie, Misses L. and M. Comrie, Mrs T. Couper, Miss Annan Couper, Miss L. Crawford, Miss Erskine

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

10 Mar 1856

—About noon on Saturday Mr. Laird launched from his yard the Dingle two mora gunboats, of similar description those launched that da, week b, him. Thay ware named the Rainbow and the Bay en, and were christened bv the two Misses Laird.—About the same time

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

12 Sep 1927

DEATH OF FIFE LAIRD Mr Edward Balfour of Balbirnie The death took place on Saturday night, his London residence, 2 Grosvenor Mr Edward Balfour of Balbirnie, Markinch. Deceased, who was about 83 years of age, had bee i in failing health for some time,

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