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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

31 Aug 1872

wieners by nins one innings. The fl*o>- Mrs Hove and Mi«« Hove, wif.-and daughter late Excellency H. J. K -ye. President Liberia, bare arrived in .ml »t<- on visit to and Mr* erv, «t Bn-worth L*idk<*. \ViHe«-)en. Mrs is by her son. the Mon, h. I. The Conseild-m

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

27 Feb 1869

with she has perused songs and memoirs Lady Nairn*, fatal/ itfaed by Oriffin, under the editorial cure oS O. Es| gera. of the papular Jacobite soup ware Lady Nairne. She also wrote * » Callrr Herrin’,’ * The Laird o'Cockpen,' and that exquisitely touching

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

24 Jul 1875

ELOPING WITH HIS MASTER'S WIPE.— Mr George Walters, boot shoe manufacturer, Isliogtou, applied to the Magistrates at C'lerkenwell Tuesday lor advice, lie said that on Thursday last his wife eloped with his shopman, who is married man, and has left his wife aod

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

2 Jan 1875

bringing Mr Todd I Woodend, Mr mid Mrs Mackenzie, far from practising | him or imposing itjion him. the only natural and proper thing that could be done. Aod when Mr Todd asked bis to make out this deed he gave reasons that Jauet wished him. and that Mr Mackenzie

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

27 Mar 1875

collision of one penurious lairds, certain Mr Gordon of Rothy, with a half-daft beggar wanderer of name Jock Muilton, has leen recorded. The laird was very shabby, as usual, and, meeting Jock, begau banter him on the subject his dress Ye're very grand

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

8 Mar 1873

bat, is presumed the learned Sawyer meant), his feet the naked earth, and not clothes enough upon him wad gun. He was whistling, and so may you,’ On one occasion sma’ laird was waited neighbour request his name an accommodation bit bill for L.30 at three

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

10 Apr 1869

custody. does not deny having ill-used his wife, and he pleads in extenuation of his conduct that she had been twice drunk last week, and that, finding ber again in that condition, he was administering chastisement. Mrs Dickson seems be forgiving nature,

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

3 Jul 1869

REJOICINGS LOCIIBCV fi i. armal ui I.och'ouy ami his bri'lf Wclnesday was the occasiou of of the tenantry tiie estate give the young laird and his lady a cordial welcome In* ancestral home. tin; steamer entering the bay I.ochbuy. they were received by

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

17 Apr 1869

for every month of his confinement. He returned from California, where he spent 12 years, last summer, and pursued his professional swindling in the Astor Mouse. Mr Benson, York Street, Jersey City, was bis first victim ; his next was Mr John Banter, whose

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

7 Jun 1873

ruts AND ARGYLLSHIRE ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1873. MR LOWE AND HI BIOYOLE. OK Monday night, Mr Wm. Carter, Coroner for East Surrey, held inquiry rA Ht.vgsuva-an-Thamsi touohing tbe death of George Smith, 55, Ashmooger and greengrocer, whose body

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

31 Aug 1872

who at I’restonp.in* dragoon and *lew him wiiii his hroa<)*word. was M Kenzie, I think, and with his Highland large and bi* kdt plai«L hi* stur.lv form, with the dragoon tumbling from his horse leneath hi* weapon, ia onthned anti carved upon the stone

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

15 Apr 1871

de-ceiidiMi- Lairds freaganaich in Li-more. Ihe h> t desceielants the Creaganau li family wux- Mr Alexan Mingary. \nlnamarclian, who ■ nogr.it'd • ard's l-d.ind, and i' • e-.v. 1 bv bis Son Mr Allan, who i M|.V> Cami-bell. Killmidmc, Mone.i; Mr High MJ •migall

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

18 Sep 1875

modern sense of the word. Happily his Latin and Greek did not smother his nature, or cheat him out of tho rich heritage of his mother tongue, which knew wield with the strength of Aeschylus, and the majesty of Milton. His most famous production is the Blessing

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

8 Feb 1868

position as many lairds. Tbe farms into which the estates were divided were mostly some considerable size, ranging from 100 1 400 acres. Each estate bad its name, and also each ■ farm, and the laird was called name bis estate ; i thus the laird of Whinnybills

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

16 Mar 1872

which she referred. Lady . lERBET, being a masquerade, stepped up the Due 'teas Gordon with the usual ’ you know ' •' Yes, ignorance and impudence are known every* where,’ was the reply. you can't keep awake.’ said preacher to one of his hearers, ‘when you

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

29 Feb 1868

objects belonging to the Emperor Maximilian which have been sine • his death amongst his n-lairvc*. The King the Belgians obtained the Cross of Knight of the Ordepof Gusdalou|K-, which his deceased brother-in-law wore during the siege of (jueretaro. The

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

18 Dec 1875

Highlanders took place Balloch Hotel. About 100 ladies and gentlemen were present, all the latter being qualified to speak Gaelic, and many of tbem attired Highland costume. Mr J. .Wacarthur presided, and Mr Grant acted as croupier. The programme was printed

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

10 Oct 1868

care, consequent thereon, and his dark hair was already tinged with grey. He had married much about the same time as the Laird, and his wife had presented him with two girls—EUvn and Klsie. at birth. Shortly, ; thereafter. Mrs Hardie died, leaving her children

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

11 Sep 1869

from his of imtelf, otherwise would not find his side. He laughed it over when saw me appear hurt, and I forgot what bad passed till forced to remember it. believe was pleased with too for little while. I suppose bad escaped his memory that was his wife

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Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser

Oban Times, and Argyllshire Advertiser Argyll, Scotland

27 May 1871

In October, 1567, bad coaversatioa with Mr B. Danby Seymoar, -ad ia eoneeqaenoe went meet the afternoon train. Be ssw Mr Ticb boras get oat of tbe train with Mr Rouse. koev him again, and said * How do do, Mr Tioubornc and be said * Haw do, Gould, after

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