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6 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Buteshire, Scotland
  • Type: Illustrated

Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

11 Oct 1884

Professor Lee, Mr. J. H. A. Macdonald, Q.G, Dean of Faculty of Advocates: Mr. Hugh Mr. J. Neilson Cuthbertson, Mr. W, C. hon. secretary of the Glasgow Conservative Association; Mr. John Cunningham, Mr. W. J. Davidson, ; Mr. John Gordon of Aikonhead, Mr. J. WyUie

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Type: Illustrated
Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

4 Dec 1880

The Wee Cooper Fife,” Mr Lamsden. Residing— “Nottman; Story the Rail,” (Surfaceman) Mr Gilchrist. Song— ’’Loudcun’s Bonnie Woods end Braes,” Mr Corbett. Song—“ Soot* Hoe, Miss Ross. Song—“ No to be Married ava,” Mr Lumsden. Part ..Mr Thomson. Song—“ Wae’s

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

21 Aug 1886

supplies had uo desire to discredit the town, his only object being assert himself snd prevent his fellow Councillors losing sight of his importance ! To less sublime intellects than his own the way took showing his approval was not very comprehensible ; and

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

26 Dec 1891

Utterly Mrs Grant, who wioto “ Ob, where tell me where your Highland laddie ponof” had almost forgotten to mention of the Tory richest of all—‘‘Auld Robin Gray,” Lady Anne Litidaay or Lady Anne * arnard. It time now we said something of the good lady and

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

21 Feb 1885

I became one their aambtr, aad in Um Um . Rev. Mr mm! if keve » motion According hi* own mind hnve moved that they not greet the rail, bet after tta. ototomoatmodobooeppDeod they therefore moved that Mr SoammUa be looeed from hit preooat charge. kU. Meeore

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Rothesay Chronicle

Rothesay Chronicle Buteshire, Scotland

14 Nov 1885

'*>pcnsate the ministers of the Established V'urch would leave extremely little for edneati'Hi. e ven supposing they took the other * . »t, showed that the lairds, and not the P*'ple, would pocket the money, as they had the unexhausted ttends for more than

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Type: Illustrated