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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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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

10 Jan 1936

residence in Piccadilly, to his house in Piccadilly, and so on. When addressed by the gentleman, he commenced his reply, anions to pay him all due respect — Indeed. Piccadilly, etc. He sup posed Piccadilly must be his own territorial locality. It was

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

11 Dec 1886

that even the blasphemous Mrs Buchan of Irvine—the greatest imposter of modern times—was looked upon as a prophetess by not a few people of that town, and as the woman mentioned in the 12th chapter of Re hi(,.,,; and poor Mr White, the Relief minister

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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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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

23 Feb 1912

of the Manor. (Apt.. his Lordship and his good lady. (Applause.) photo , / It some generation, s i n , a One fortunate thing in the marriage taking of the Manor took much interest in the piece hidere the time was that his lairds burgh as the present one

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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

8 May 1930

defeated Lanarkshire ladies at %ramie by four matebes.to three. Details; Ayrshire—Mrs W. f/reenless, 1; Mrs O. Coats, 0; Miss N. Baird, 0; Mrs F. 6. Neilson, 1; Miss I. Mitchell, 1; Mrs M'Failsean, 0; Miss Irvine, 1, total 4. Lanarkidiire--Nlrs A. Holm 0;

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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

20 Feb 1925

mend one of its Mount Stephen's character was his invariable Comnitinist nfficiaus, and there are many of kindness and benefirenee to his family redo- them, to represent their Union at n Labote. tions. To his aged parents, like all true Scott.. Party nieetiug

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

30 Aug 1879

sir, or sesount for rit;;;:eri; sad t u zze and the lady herself his ear in heart's secret, she had felt so son- ten h kneed linen ink gazed The two 0k at once mdsome angry of his when she met his earnest glance. Tartar prince caught t was the fairgirl's

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

15 Dec 1860

baron, as lie drew her to his breast in a fond embrace. The body of the Steward of Linn was next day interred in a retired nook, not far from the scene of his death. No one wept or lamented his fate, nor did pity follow his haughty, unfeeling, but now

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

17 Mar 1866

eradicate it from the land. Mr Gibson resumed his seat amidst great applause. Mr John Hunter subsequently addressed the meeting, and the evenings proceedings were greatly enlivened by the excellent singing of Mr D. Hamilton, Shettleston; Mr Gibson, Newcastle,

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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

24 Jan 1908

liberal snMeriher, but continued all his life deeply interested in the progress of his excellent work. Mr Cameron Corbett's, father was also the founder of the Salteoata Horne, and erected the first buildings at his' own coat. In the movement fir providing

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Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

22 Jul 1898

front, and Mrs M. Mackie. of Cairnduff, distributed the prizes. At the close of the exhibition, Dr Cunningham, on behalf of the Board, neatly complimented Mr A. L. Watt, headmaster. on the excellent appearance made by the scholars. He said Mr Rattray, examiner

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

22 Sep 1967

Bowling prize-winners were: Ist, Mrs McLellan, Mr G. Begg, Mrs A. Murray and Mrs Laird (skip); 2nd, Mrs A. Wilson, Mr F. Aitken, Mrs Cook, Mrs Flood (skip). Special prizes were won by:— Mrs J. R. Young, Mrs Rankin, Mrs

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

7 Jan 1966

holiday season, and Mr Barbour returned refreshed from his visit to the United States. Ronald A, Macnab , relieved of his duties u a chaplain with the Royal Mr Force, was inducted to Chapelhall Parish Church, in the Presbytery of Hamilton. Mr Macnab is one

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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

21 Jul 1927

daughter of the late Mr Alexander Spire of Ehlerslie, Lord Lieutenant of the County of Renfrew, by his marriage with a daughter of Mr Thomas Campbell Hagan of Ilantaskine; after. wards Mrs Ellsie of Invergarry. She married Sir Claud in ISO. He died in 11390

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

24 May 1884

school. He seconded motion. Mr am astonished at Mr Smith. Mr WILSON ,moved that no new tch.olbe built at S iltonst. Mr scrod thst. Toe Nat entenng Mr Wilson', motion in the minute b oh, and the Chairman inquired if Mt Cumming e Ind Mr Colima—ll want to second

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