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  • County: Angus, Scotland
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
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Montrose Standard

Montrose Standard Angus, Scotland

28 Sep 1849

of Forfarshare, that he will in course of his bjin MONTI/OEIE, fur the above purpose. in the nng of October. arties requiring his services will please forward their Orders as early as possible to Mr G. W. LAIRD, Bookseller, High Street, Montrose. Pianofortes

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Northern Warder and General Advertiser for the Counties of Fife, Perth and Forfar

Northern Warder and General Advertiser for the Counties of Fife, Perth and Forfar Angus, Scotland

19 Sep 1843

M'Lean, Mr Cook, Chalmers, Mr Neilson, «nJ j Mr MacJon.iU,-'m the course of which it was plained, that, were all the Insurance Companies to come cordially forward in support of the Mtabhshment, : ample means would procured,—the Clerk was instructed to

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Montrose Standard

Montrose Standard Angus, Scotland

18 May 1849

The struggle was at an end. Lady Mary triumphed. It was cruel bow they let Harry play before Eva Meredith's eyes. Careless of her anguish, they benutit him to repeat his lessons in his uncle's presence; thew vaunted his progress. The ambitious mother

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Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser.

Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser Angus, Scotland

24 Aug 1849

progress of his Pupils, he will merit the approbation of those who may be pleased to employ him. Terms, for Tuition and for Tuning the Piano, may be learned on application to Messrs. Smith & Co., and Mr. Laird, Booksellers, High Street; or to Mr. Law, at

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Brechin Advertiser

Brechin Advertiser Angus, Scotland

24 Apr 1849

] mine the condition of his ttisvy charge, during the time his kind landlady was preparing for him comfortable breakfast. reaching the spot where they had been sheltered for the night, the scene was such neither Mr Hogg nor his dog Hector had ever witnessed

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Montrose Standard

Montrose Standard Angus, Scotland

8 Jun 1849

S LI action. The Dean of Faculty, Mr Adam Anderson. and Mr Patton, appeased as Counsel for the Disko of Atli°le, the defender and Mr Nenves, Mr Inglis, mid Mr Burton for the pursuers. Mr Anderson addressed the omit for the noble defender, contending that

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Montrose Standard

Montrose Standard Angus, Scotland

12 Apr 1844

Oatmeal mixed with water. The hon. M.P. really appears old of his reekmting, and quit e , Arossd, when he loses sight of his favourite high chimnies, and must have been imposed upon by some of his emissaries of the League, in much the same manner as other

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Arbroath Guide

Arbroath Guide Angus, Scotland

20 Jan 1849

the 12th lint, the Lady Adele Ibbeaton, of a danghtee. MARRIAGFS. At Arbroath, the 16th cast, Mr David Leighton, to Ann, youngest dattghter of Mr Paterson of Inverness. At Bonnytield, Stirlingshire, on the 9th inst, Mr liatnilton Laird, nursery and seedonsn

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Northern Warder and General Advertiser for the Counties of Fife, Perth and Forfar

Northern Warder and General Advertiser for the Counties of Fife, Perth and Forfar Angus, Scotland

19 Mar 1846

coast and in the interior of that continent for some years. The chief object is explore further the discoreriee of Mr McGregor Laird. Mr Daniell i« known to the medical public the author of aome paper* on the sanatory topography of the west coast Africa

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Northern Warder and General Advertiser for the Counties of Fife, Perth and Forfar

Northern Warder and General Advertiser for the Counties of Fife, Perth and Forfar Angus, Scotland

8 May 1845

unanimously carried. Mr Bkkw stkk moved that Vallnnce be allowed to preach in any the pulpits in the Presbtery’s bounds. Agreed to. Mr Vallaxce was then introduced into the Presbytery Mr Brewster. The Moderator was asked to intimate to Mr Vallanco the decision

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Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser

Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser Angus, Scotland

24 Nov 1848

are truly astonishing. We observe that the clown (Mr Seal) takes his benefit this evening, and from the amusement which he has afforded to the numerous audiences which have attended the Circus during Mr Cooke's sojourn amongst us, we have no doubt but

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Northern Warder and General Advertiser for the Counties of Fife, Perth and Forfar

Northern Warder and General Advertiser for the Counties of Fife, Perth and Forfar Angus, Scotland

2 Aug 1842

discharge of his ministerial functions. Mr Muir there upon craved leave to withdraw his amendment favour of Mr Laird’s. Mr Kirk seconded Mr Laird motion, and expressed the great feeling pity that he I had for his old friend Mr Carruthers. Mr Dyra- View article

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Brechin Advertiser

Brechin Advertiser Angus, Scotland

18 Sep 1849

following is his affecting account of the end the last of the lairds of Kdzell The lust of these Lairds was the son David and grandson of John of Rdsell. His history and that of his family i* mournful one. He would never marry, partly owing the of his fortunes

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

4 Jul 1849

scattered over with saw-dust. Four chairs in prominent position. On® for the Laird, another for his amiable lady, and third for Brooinhall— the fourth kept for any great stranger. The Laird's slater thinks that the eloquent shoemaker might get the fourth chair

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Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser.

Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser Angus, Scotland

14 Sep 1849

the Laird and his Lady made their appearance, the air resounded with the cheering which greeted them, and even the old woods of Rossic could not be silent, but echoed back the happy shouts. Mr. Andrew Mearns then stepped forward, and, addressing Mr. Macdonald

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

13 Jun 1849

bad of his brethren. uld kirk better and better attended. A sprinkling of strangers every Sabbath. Mr Cibb preaching well. Visiting and calling upon the people. Has calL-d upon all the Laird's tenants. Well received. Called upon Laird. Laird and his lady

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

16 Feb 1848

Presbytery of Dundee were present. Among the stranger gentleman wers —Mr Laird, of Montrose ;Mr Laird, of Leslie ; Mrjame-. son, Pathhead ; and Mr Murray, of lVungow. On tha health Mr Laird being given, he feelingly alluded to tha great pain had felt in coming

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Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser.

Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser Angus, Scotland

29 Jun 1849

a lot of slots at £l4, to Mr. Falconer. Mr. Adams, Bush, sold his lot of slots and at £l3 to Mr. Black. Mr. Burnett, Curfedly, sold a lot at about £lO, to Mr. Middleton. Mr. Mollison, Edit, sold a lot of slots to Mr. Kay. Mr. Dawnev, Tilwhilly, sold a

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Northern Warder and General Advertiser for the Counties of Fife, Perth and Forfar

Northern Warder and General Advertiser for the Counties of Fife, Perth and Forfar Angus, Scotland

7 Aug 1845

habit gaun there himseP a’ his days afore twa year syne, that he took thochl an’ left it wi’ the lave, an* id to flit for his pains. He’ll hae some bits about the laird in his book to—like as the laird was answerable hiux for his conduct.”—“ A gay ane truly

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

27 Jun 1849

however.'' Nans calls the tent Laird's knocking-shop, but the curious must themselves ask Nans what she means by that. Mr Luke a fine lad, but will never do. is the Laird man. The Laird's Dundee friends very urgent in Mr L.'s favour. Dundee in bad odour

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