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  • County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1800 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

16 Dec 1896

^lcq^XK .His had benten tbo lolegrapk office. of hi( , M? . lb his usual ci-.aerted North, had to .x.cut. commission of fire and \fc / upou it, »« I believe the owner was afraid te historical character. flower thshuttonhole' , been some m.autss hi. post

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Aberdeen Weekly News

Aberdeen Weekly News Aberdeenshire, Scotland

17 May 1890

drank caught an owl, end on ping into the house be pet it no line, end never mid anything to his wife. Next morning he went to his work before his oil,: arm,. When his wife saw the owl she looked at it for Meg time, and at last else went to a neighbour's hones

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Banffshire Reporter

Banffshire Reporter Aberdeenshire, Scotland

22 Nov 1884

the time of his marriage is June, bad always considered that his name was sad he was man led in that name. He took his mother's name of Cater, and he had since been known. His with respondent turned out a most see. His wife drank and made his life limhaPi

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Aberdeen Weekly News

Aberdeen Weekly News Aberdeenshire, Scotland

2 Aug 1884

Bice one who was inspired, and be was moved as he had never before been morel in all his hie ; and, leaning back in the met be ooenpied, ha covered his eyes with his hand. The gloaming bad faded, and night bad comemight tbet was made beautiful by the

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

23 Nov 1898

the 10th February. 1818, and is thus in his 81st year. His predecessors occupied Bonnytown, which the estate of Frcefield, for upwards 400 year,-- splendid record. the death of Stephen irrandfather—George Stephen—Mr Leith of Freefiekl gave the lease a son

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Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser

Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

22 Mar 1898

Huxley, Mr. Stanley, John Burns, and the late Alphonse Daudet. Mr. Gibbons, grocer, was swarded £2O damages, before Mr, Justice Hawkira, against rilling and CO. (Limited), the omnibus owners, for personal injuries sustained on Jubilee Day by his wife, who

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Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

18 Oct 1884

do; Mr W. A. Mellie do ; Mr Legge, Rene do ; Mr James Lawson, do; Mr Adam T)unbsr. do; Mr A. D Spence do ; Dr homstui, do; Mr W. Waite. do; Mr G. Cruickshank, do ; Mr W. Yule, draper, do; Mr J. Bates, tailor; Mr J. Legge, du; Mr J. Reid, do; View article

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Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

1 Apr 1871

muckle admire her myser.—Deva Ramsay. OLD Mr Downie, the parish minister of &Lechery, was noted in my earliest days for his quiet, pithy remarks an men and things as they came tion before him. His reply to his son, of whose social posi he had no very exalted

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Aberdeen People's Journal

Aberdeen People's Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

12 Nov 1892

punishment for having dene so. No doubt Smith refused to implement his part of the bargain, but not until discovered that his employer had not attempted to keep his. Just before the dissolution Mr Government in 1885, what is known as the Working Classes Act

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

24 Feb 1898

prograsaßie. amT ottauily now *•» >e ■btained from Mr WILLIAM l6B Weal ___ . ; lieatli 2s extra itreuau/. ARTUHU 3«Rk nud UN£N Benne'. A Aberdeen. Lor 1- '.r.ter , _n. •, r r. *.«*>..-.• Mrr <. aei-.« M-.-'r- MEBsTKR. WIU. and will Kxposad far S»i«. v Public

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Aberdeen Weekly News

Aberdeen Weekly News Aberdeenshire, Scotland

31 Jan 1880

three light porters appears hi one of the morning papers. The applicants were directed to apply to newsagent in the city, who, as it tains out, knows nothing at all about the matter. Asa consequenco, he has been unable to open his shop all day, he having

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Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

11 Nov 1899

and Mr and Mrs Dey and son, do.; Mr and Mrs Geo. Walker, do.; Mr and Mrs Geo. Duff and Mr A. Duff, Hillockhead; Mr and Mr s Ch ar l es Mitchell, Little HiUpdated; Mr and Mrs Douglas, Combatloch; Mr and View article

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Aberdeen People's Journal

Aberdeen People's Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

9 Apr 1892

marine f.-oK y pro- scowr. ;-Mr Jsinee Sim,. on. off) 91 ;Mr CounciL William Si„M«o 101 ortl »2 ; Mr Janiee I'oet i>ffice to kept open for Taylor. 11l off) ; Mr toVaraphic business from July Septeinler ; Iseratch), 93; Mr Peter H*>. Wl (3 iff) 9®- Mil

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

4 Apr 1894

In The Raiders,’’* have now the full fruition of performance. It is Mr Crockett’s first sustained flight, and from start to finish he never drops a pinion. On the appearance of his first volume ventured to predict that a new writer had arisen ; now it

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Aberdeen People's Journal

Aberdeen People's Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

23 Jul 1892

with Mr Gillespie at his residence in Kdinburgh, stating generally the nature of the evidence promised given, and specifying the part of the district which the information applies. The subjects uiton which information is particularly sought by Mr Gillespie

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Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

21 Dec 1872

DEATH OF LADY BECONSFIELD. A SEVERE critic, bat a perfect wife. This is Mr. Disraeli's estimate of the wife he has lost —the lady he preferred to hare ennobled, that he might see reflected fa her of the fruib of his distinguished career. Lady Beaconsfield

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

30 Nov 1898

is also one Mrs Spent -2 * ain folk. and and Mrs Scott are frequent and appreciated visitors at Westerton. In the group given above four generations represented, descendants of Mrs Spence. To th® right is old Mrs Spence and her son, Mr Andre** Spence

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

12 Feb 1896

soberest, sweetest form. of Mr and Mrs Wm. Anderson, Rosilyn, Cults, question in the county which has so long con- Wet ' ' ie hl,nBelf atlv-jce, granite. It runs as follows la • tiuued to occupy public attention, and he would Mr Donald vr * memoire du second

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Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

31 Jan 1874

elected unopposed for Ripon. TYNEmorru.—Mr T. E. Smith was returned today without opposition. GUEENWICII.—Mr Gladstone, Mr Lumley, Mt .Boord, and Mr Liardet, were nominated. Mr Nolan, Home Ruler, retires in favour of Mr Langley. Colonel Lemon, Conservative

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Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser

Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

17 Aug 1897

fully less than it cost Mr Nicol about eight i y “?TO.N-WXTH Mrs Brown, Hodsk.-Wo regret to announce the death of Mrs Brown, wife of the Bev, George Brown, which took niece yesfhtday their residence. Houm, Mr. Bmwn w» daughter-of the Mr James Shepherd, of

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