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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

2 Feb 1882

with generous and judicious treat. mere though comparatively poor, than the crofter on a good croft, with his horses, his CON'S, and his cheep, anti his rent Judd. He rightly considers himself placed in a situation and in a station of life and society far

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Caithness Courier

Caithness Courier Caithness, Scotland

26 Jun 1885

tour. • cam to point. and have bees gratifying to him and hi. amiable said acisompliabed lady. For *errand day; the 17th the tenants were bogy making pre parities' far girls' Sir Jobs and his young wife • hearty .empties. A beauttlul arch, literally with

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Caithness Courier

Caithness Courier Caithness, Scotland

28 Dec 1883

&heel (Mr Nicieleoe'll Wilk Amps those meat we oberrred Mr Mr Weir, Meals ; Mr Dashed'', lawn Nicoleon, Na, Murray (South hurray (Academy), and Sutherland, Sutherland, Stazigne ; Mr Sutherland. rialayson, Tbrameter ; Mr Reid, • Nowak Wanes ; wad Mr Lamont—

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

3 Apr 1884

and fishcnpei* Including Mr John M. Morrison, Stornoway ; Mr Wm, Davidson, jun., Wick; Mr William Anderson, Lossiemouth and Glasgow; Mr James Lowden, Fraserburgh ; Mr James M’Combie, Peterhead ; Mr James Blackle, Leith; and Mr William M'Lachlan, Glasgow

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

27 Jan 1886

as we may Amongst those present obeerved :—Mr and Mrs wish for it, seems, alas ! it does, too wildly improb- George Murray, Mrs Davidson Keith, Mr and Mrs • bl • h* 1 * U, , , * ‘J* «“ ,bo “' d , CunniMn, Mr W. T. CoghiU u>.l Mi»C. R. OtMH do all that

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Caithness Courier

Caithness Courier Caithness, Scotland

7 Sep 1883

G. 51• Kay, event, and Mrs al•Kay ; Mrs Jobbling ; Rev Mr Walker and Mrs Welke.- ; Mr John Swanson ; Mr Daniel ))minor, .atchereker ;Mr and Mrs J. M. Young ; Dr awl Mrs Craven ; Mr end Mrs Georg° Gunn, tailor; Mr and View article

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

12 Jan 1882

present in addition to large number of ladies Provost Rac ; Mr McLennan, Procurator-Fiscal; Rev. Mr Sutherland ; Rev.’F. M. Harper; Rev. Mr Clark ; Rev. Mr Hewlett Rev. W. H. Anderson; J. C. Fergusson; E. G. Buik ; Mr Robertson, traffic agent, &c., &c. About

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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

9 Feb 1882

expressing the sentiments of the ladies when he coupled with it the name of his esteemed friend, Mr W. M. Taylor. (Loud laughter and applause.) Mr W. M. Taylor, in responding said, he thanked them on behalf of the ladies for the kind manner in which the

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

4 Dec 1873

s were appreciated bis laird. Mr Grant alto said (that farm under his graadfaUxr. than whom more honourable sud upright gentleman could not fuaud, and who made many and great improvements on bis astaies, hopsd yet sea his laird come and live on hit CasUebUl

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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

26 Oct 1882

and Prostaint— Mrs DUFF DUNBAR or Comisitts•— Mrs J. H. Hung. Mrs H. Cow. Miss BREMNER. Mi.. KIRIL Mrs C. BRUCE. MD. R. LErrH. Mire Mi. LEITH. Mrs CLARIL Mrs M'LENNA.N. CLEGHORN. Mine ROBERTSON. MIAs CRAWFORD. Miss REID. Mi. CORMACK. Mrs STEVENSON. Miss

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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

26 Jan 1882

and Mrs Donaldson ; Mr and Mrs H. R. Macdonald; Mr Alex. Bremner; Mr W. Nicol ; Mr Jas. WAueline ; Mr G. C. Jack ; Miss Brown; Mr and Mrs Launders; Mr and Mrs Hardie ; Mr J. F. Andrews ; Mr and

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

4 Sep 1873

ioflaenea. One pleasing feature of the meeting waa the number of lairds who mustered ; and they wen not there merely to cavil or to listen sulky silence. was laird—the genial and enlightened laird of Ocaaies—who moved the most sweeping series of resolutions

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

23 Aug 1877

sees wife coming into the restaurant, about all can is button his coat, hang his sail trushto Piovidemie. * , Saitl A gentleman his miatreas, “ Ton ore very handsome.” “ Pooh!” add the lady, ** do you would say you dfdnotthinkso” “And ao yon would think

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

13 May 1885

selves. And, first, let look the newest mads laird in the county, Mr John Miller. In the roll, in 1879-80, before Mr Hiller hecuroa proprietor, I find the value of Scrabeter to £9» Se; in 1883-84, when Mr John Miller wee proprietor end tenant, I find

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

28 Feb 1908

keeper of the deetntH. Mr John Laird, U.M. Customs, Long son, Intheron Mains, for in the lAtheroo Wick Golf Club, went round in 7S, made up Lope, and Mr Ben lAird; Mr George Green, district. as follows: ■ son-in-law, and Mr Gilbert Laird, jr. VoLuiraußs’ Loho

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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

19 Jan 1882

was certain the ladies were growing anxious to trip it on the floor —(laughter). Mr George Brown, coachman, proposed the health of Mr and Mrs Duff of Knockleith, a toast which was enthusimitically received, and drunk with honours. Mr Alex. Dunnett,

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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

21 Feb 1923

ers :—ladies-1, Mrs Holt; 2, Miss Olive Bridger; consolation, Mrs Mackay, Oldwiek. Gentlemen-1, Mr F. C. Render. on, Halkirk; 2, Mr J. M. Mackay, Oldwiek; consolation, Mr George A. Machenth, Oldwick. The prizes were gracefully presented by Mrs M'Ewen

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

8 Mar 1877

the pink of the Black Cutter.’ Mr Dingwall was prevailed upon to take his chair once more, and having received due credit for bis magisterial abilities, and the legitimacy his descent from Count Ottar, soon recovered his former volubility and good humour

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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

13 Mar 1884

today for the first time—Mr Marjoribanks in the chair. The other members present were Lord A. Hill, Sir Donald Currie, Sir G. Balfour, Sir E. Watkin, Colonel Milne-Home, Colonel Walrouil, Mr Hastings, Mr Dawuay, Mr Stevenson, Mr Rees, and :Ur Blake. Captain

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

19 May 1886

compass of sober fact. He has accomplished his task with painstaking care, and his method is good, for on any dubious point his conclusions are only reached after clearly stating and thoroughly examining his premises. But there still hangs much obscurity

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