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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

27 Mar 1884

some of them being unsound.-- Mr M'lntyre, QC., and Mr H. D. Greene were counsel for the plaintiff; Mr Willis, Q.C., and Mr Glyn were for the defence. Mr Charles Seton James Lester Guthrie was called and examined by Mr Willis—He said, I am the defendant

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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

15 Jan 1889

Street, Westminster, on the 21st of N o v. last. Mr Lickfolii appeared for the prosecution, and Mr l)unediu Dutton defended. In briefly opening the case, Mr Lickfold aid that Mr Guthrie. had for a lung time his family ; and in 11(146, for smsohing up furniture

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

1 Jan 1897

chairman, Mr George* son, merchant ; Budge, Barnyards, Wick ; Mr Bruce, ; Mr John Mackay, Skaill ; Mt James Shanlry; Air David y village ; and Mr George Sutherland, Smerlie. Before delivering his parting address MrMacfarlano was presented hy Mr Matheson

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

20 Jun 1861

REV. MR MURRAY AND THE ZETLAND LAIRDS THE EDITOR TIIE JOHN u'uROAT JOURNAL. bite only this day for the first time seen copy the Dumfries and Galloway Courant, which contain* an epitome of a lecture delivered s Mr Murray, said to the Free Church minister

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

4 Apr 1861

Thf Laird o' Birsikknowe.—Birsieknowe is in the parish ISeith. The laird o't was ane the pouky farmer bodies we read about, but never see in these more new fUlgled and civilised times. The lady o* Hirsiekuowe was o* the lang, lank, high-tnned coarse made

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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

18 Aug 1870

hat down over his eyes and spoiled it in that way, the law must take its ARTEMIA WARP A SPIRIT.RAYPILL-6•Nat AO BOON said Mr Word, as a man bemuses • regLir out sad out Sperret rapper, he lesiva* oaf workin, late his hare grew all over his face, and

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

25 Sep 1857

died, poor fellow. from the ifc.la J his wuunda in a lew bows, deeply regretted the whole regiment Mr waa a native of the Tillage Milntown New Tartat, Rosa-shin, and Mr there. He euliatod the Highlander* which his father •erred during the American war

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

12 Oct 1876

the Rev. M‘Pherson, and Rev, Mr M‘Gregor of Canlsbay. Among those present spectators noticed Mr and Mi’s Brock, Greenland, and Mr Benjamin Brock ; Air George Sjicnce, Miss Taylor, do. ; Mr and Mrs Campbell, do. ; Mr and Mrs Darling and party, ; Purves

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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

4 Sep 1879

Laity • Mr and Mr. tionr the Bank, lsairg ; Mw Ina Cyderhall ; Mr Rnbt. M`Donakl, do.; Mr Item., solicitor, Inverness ; Mr and Mrs Black, Bon.r ; Dr Macpherson, do.; Miss Surrenne, do.; Mrs and Miss Mackay, Invents ; Mr and Mrs 11• Arther, do.; Mr 0. It

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

29 Nov 1907

io prem s ire Mr H#ndergoll has carefully read) «tmmbng.” That ft comes out and faces his constituency on nui,,, ter of opinion. If Bill aiming public platform. the social imprevemont and comfort of the Prom Mr Henderson s reference to Mr toilerg tbc in

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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

22 Oct 1895

than Mr Mackay. (Cheers.) Mr Alex. Bremner, Freawiak, io a few remarks in his own quaint way traced Freewick's caner is the navy, stating at the same time that he bed now shaken heads with four Lairds of Freswick. Is eoads•ios, be complimented Mr and Mrs

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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

4 Sep 1879

meddl, Mr Dudgeon ; 2, Mr Blake ; 3, Mr Dudgeon. Clean 111 —Shearling Topa (13 rotrica)-Idt and medal, Mr Dudg. on ; 2, Mr Mitchell ; 3, Mr Idodgeon. Clean INT.—Ewes that have reared Lantbr (4 entrier)- 14 and Medal, Mr Dudgeon ; 2, Mr Dudgeon ; 3, Mr Mitchell

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

12 Nov 1909

TUB LAIRD’S SPEECH. Mr Henderson, in responding, was received witl - loud ch-os, an« said- i and gentlemen, what Mr Mu ray las called my address seems to have liecjme an integral part of the proceedings »t our harvest home, and as I think it best for

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

7 May 1909

chairman in place the late Mr Geddes. Bailie Harper moved the appointment Mr Jamieson chairman of the Trust, and Mr Sinclair seconded. Mr John Miller moved, and Mr Davidson seconded the appointment of Bailie Sandison. Mr Nicolson suggested that they

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

2 Jun 1891

residence at Edgehill on Sunday forenoon, from attack of influenza. Mr Webster, who was in his 81st year, was a member of the local Society of Advocates. Replying to a correspondent in Johnstone Mr Joseph Chamberlain, M.P., says it is perfectly evident that either

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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

21 Oct 1885

from the west of Lord and Lady Stafford, we shall be honoured by her ladyship declaring the hall open. His lordship, as Lieutanant•Colunel, is very popular with the officers and men of the battalion. Coniumuoyr or THY PEACI.—Mr D. Munro, agent, Caledonian

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

5 May 1859

venerable and esteemed Dr Paterson ; around bim were seated the Rev. Mr Ingram, Eday; Mr M'Gowan Sand wick ; Mr Reid, Firth; Mr Whyte, St Margaret's Hope; Mr Brown, Shapinshay ; Mr Paterson, the newly ordained minuter ; and Messrs Craig and Hay, preachers

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

16 Jun 1837

Viscount of Arbuthnott, to Lady Jane Graham Diummond Ojilvy,' eldest daughter of the Right Hon. the Earl of Airlie. DEATHS. At Puiteneytown, on the 12th inst. Mr John Miller, mason. At Pulteneytown, on the 13th instant, Mr William Laird. At Puiteneytown, on

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

12 Apr 1850

able run to the top of that inouutaifi. Another case is that Mr Catan, Tailor, Uulclunsou's Buildings, Street, who was dreadfully bad that was c efinely to his bed-room tor six months, prior to his commencing with your Pills, aad attended regularly by I.ls

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Type: Advertisement
Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

31 May 1866

despatches' one of his clan to the Earl of Plunder with a present of chickens and venison; but the Highlander, not being a good linguist, delivered his mown° in a most defer- ential manner, no follows:—'The Wed Grant's compliments to the Laird o' Fineanter

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