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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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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

10 Jan 1880

Gemmell, National Bank, J. M'Climont, A. B. Gemmell, Mrs M`Kane, Miss M'Kerrow, Miss Crawford, Mrs Hutton, Miss Ray, &c., &c. Mr Stewart m oved that the Rev. Mr Robertson should take the chair. The Rev. Mr Copland opened the proceedings with prayer. The Chairman

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Ayrshire Post

Ayrshire Post Ayrshire, Scotland

9 Dec 1892

cot, Mrs Dr M`Lauchlan, dress and flannels, Mrs Watson, 14 Eglinton Terrace ; flannels and old linen, Mrs Templeton, Eihrslie ; old linen, Miss Crawford, Park Terrace ; clothing and old linen, Noe Neilson ; perambulator, A Lady' ; perambulator, Mrs Stevenson

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

7 Jun 1879

the whole of broad Scotben3 to match that of the laird of Blair. The family he represents tc-3ay have dwelt at Blair House, near Dairy, in an unbroken line for more than six hundred years. The records of his house go back to the reign of Alexander 11., and

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

28 Mar 1902

the foIlo«I--g artistes: Mr Laird’s til>t«gow Troupo Highland Dancer* and Pipers ; Miss M'OIU. eooraro. Dairy; Mr Whin hill. t*-nor; Mr Hannah. SooM. comic; Mr Tomer, dc-crlpilvo y. com* “«'ol*t; Born*, eycnoitln cymedinn; Mr li'ilauv.s. plan's:. \yil View article

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

22 Jun 1900

commands confidence, and his staff are everyway worthy of him. Murdoch, chief steward, admirably In idaee. and l« only fit ling that a woman -nrh e-ocntlnllv feminine resource and ready kindliness Mrs Mae farianc should stewardess. Mr Struthera. tho company's

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Ayrshire Post

Ayrshire Post Ayrshire, Scotland

19 Jun 1891

be MOM hie It may ,seise- that he red the . r rah* bee other Mod mend ens dig to his. hi *Mk hod wee Jeri win he. nib hams ems What is dr mann 1 Nanny, she _award, Mrs, Est at Newton 1 Tim wades wee • very windy one, wed the that so rent 'Meld Me

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

29 Nov 1907

who oiled the wheel of his harrow so well, that . . . And Dauphlne, the tavernkeeper, who sold her wdl-water so dear. Ana ToriiUard, who, when be met me carrying the Sacred Host, went his way, his cap on his bead and his pipe in his mouth proud Artsban

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

4 May 1906

request, and commenced with his usual adroitness. His progr—, however, was soon impeded, and began to haggle in manner sufficiently awkward, his patience gradually giving way, white his difficulties seemed to increase—the company all the time affecting not

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

4 Jan 1889

commences, Sandy stood at the door of his celebrated hostelry, arrayed in plush breeches, blue tunic, and white vest the latter garment was rather short, and he was continually twiching it down over his capacious stomach. His rubicund face always wore a mirthful

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Irvine Times

Irvine Times Ayrshire, Scotland

8 Jan 1881

toast of the health of Mrs Craig. Mr Coterie replied on behalf of Mrs Craig. Mr Walker, Dairy, then gave The health of the Chairman, Mr Rotherham, which was received with load applause, and song, For he's a jolly good fellow. Mr Rotherham, in reply,

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Irvine Times

Irvine Times Ayrshire, Scotland

15 Aug 1884

picture. A farmer voted against the laird's man, was put off his farm, and could net get another simply because be did cast his vote according to his conscience. had to tell all by public roup, leave the land of his fathers, but found a home in the Nep

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

27 Jul 1888

Tam was so heartily weary of the old lady's garrulity that he politely declined the offer, but went and asked Mrs Speedie if she could lodge him for a night. I'm no' in the habit o' takin' strangers, said Mrs Speedie, as she surveyed Tam from tap

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Irvine Times

Irvine Times Ayrshire, Scotland

12 Dec 1890

fayther's chair. Dear me: dear me! I think 1 tin old laird an' Miss Alice walking by hie Ude. And Janet stopped and looked thoughtfully through the lattice. Janet, I an gang ever to Mr Elderelie's. I want to his °pia.a about ustnethiug. Ye needna ask Squire

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

18 Dec 1880

the young lady, addressing the woman. Yes ma'ans—my lady. I—l mean; please pardon—' Where do you reside?' interrupted Lady Lucinda. lived for a long time at lodgings in Camdon town that was when I was lying an badly, hut its I got better, my lady, I have

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

23 Feb 1878

tambourine kept time with the band whilst the laird ponsetted to his gipsy partner. In the same set Rob Roy (a veritable Highland chief) led off a lovely Queen of Greece—another Calico lady, who showed the perfection of taste in the simplicity

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

9 Aug 1901

competition Mr W. F. Russell. (Itaxgow'. has ta-en hung In Troon Club. Tli*- donor, winner far year (Mr Hubert Nell. Troon), and committee, occupy prominent podllooa. Bt’MMKii was for high scoring annual summer m-oilng Treoo Club on Saturday. Mr W. Q. St-wart

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

22 Aug 1884

yearly, vote# against his own conscience to please the laird —and this the rule rather than the exception—how is it to be expected that a poor miner, earning a pittance of a few shillings weekly, and never removed the length of his arm beyond the reach

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Ayr Advertiser, or, West Country Journal

Ayr Advertiser, or, West Country Journal Ayrshire, Scotland

17 Feb 1888

wounds. His nsme about thia time becomee tbe gossip of the drawing rocms, his sins are raked up and repeated, and his'absence from this first society is blamed upon bis love of low soe'ety. A young lady preaent at one of those meetings, 'here hi* name was

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Irvine Times

Irvine Times Ayrshire, Scotland

24 Oct 1884

answer to his land- one must do, in • greet measure, amid the roar lady's amazed inquiries, he explained that and bustle of the following week. He did sot a poor man had asked him for an old coat. mean to say that this was • deeoription of His heart was

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