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  • County: Clackmannanshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

16 Sep 1899

Jobs sad his 'karma' lady. Hy the courtesy of the dire• - tors of the Leaden and North-146liter. Hal way the guests were coaveyeel ill a basilsdnielysippointedl special train ta Huyton. where they were hospitably estertamed. The Probyn Ladies' Orchestra

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Alloa Advertiser

Alloa Advertiser Clackmannanshire, Scotland

5 Jun 1886

Wilson—Are these remarks quite order, Mr Chairman? „ . . The Chairman—l will call Mr Buchanan to order if he out of order. Mr Buchanan —Mr Chairman, I am dragged into emaking by Wilson’s own action. quite accord with Mr Wilson’s opinion this point, but while

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

19 Feb 1870

be is induced. To Mr Smith—Mr Dr Duseenaw, Mr M'Watt, and Mr ilDonald owns& Mr Murray. The was Ismer of Mr Shaw. I hit the ahem% became I was dieeppoiuted in not getting Mr Mummy. I preferred Mr Murray to Mr Shaw. I have rd that Mr Mg.. Alan, smith, is

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

3 Nov 1888

of the Temper.. Mr • Aerie; the Mirk,. .i4. last. Th got. ..tte•• the Rey R. West V. P. prrekl..l, Wine to the b. K D. Mi. Mr CarmichaelA lir A. P. Y• 1.0. Th. lamming with pr.. •..l preywr, • Ivo new ke, Mr pr. 1 to his pip,. Tbe i. im

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

9 Jan 1864

Tuesday, and the pellet by the ladies of Alva, was played far pa day last. last, when the forage was 'pined by Mr James Todd. awl the lathe by Rennie. Mrs Johoston prow-tool the to Mr Rennie in 'lvy suitable tenni; after Mr Rennfe'm reply curlers gave hearty

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

12 Oct 1889

W. t Mr J..h.. ▪ dwelt booth ; Mr awry Labs sod surfer, ; Mime. Mr- Maw, Ales. de. THY. CEREMONY. Mr J. A. J. Joh•some kering, by armed A. chair, k. cilia, upon Ma Mn'. Mr Did.e to on pray.% in the el which mole Kahle roams to the reatern. and

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Alloa Advertiser

Alloa Advertiser Clackmannanshire, Scotland

24 Oct 1891

sQ'cr csJeR-h-r. Miss Meggiu*: glass bow I, Mon. Mrs l*ortm»n pair Hrc-ietea chins dishes. Miss BmsseUs la*s fan. Mr O. an l Mr H. Johnstone; Brussels Isee fan. Mr Murray: |»»r silvertrajs. Mr and Mrs W. Mure; silver fiatoe. Mis* : pearl and luiquoise

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Alloa Advertiser

Alloa Advertiser Clackmannanshire, Scotland

27 Jun 1891

Tbomeon, Alloa; Mr K. Mller, W. 8., Edinburgh ;Mr W. Mrller.C. * M.E„Bdmburab; Mr Jamea Melville, Mr Dwnrge Conlin and Mr Hubert Oouaro, Alloa; Hutchison. Alva ; Kev. Mr Auld, Caroock ; Mr M'Uunan, road .urv.yor ; Keunj, Dunfermline; MrStareoKn, Mr Simpaan,

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

29 Jul 1876

,__. h rane. Park ; Mr Cowley, Hawkkill, Kincardine ; the waters. The 'scenery along the Forth sad Mr hi'llurrich, Rennet. Os the left by which has formed the theme of so many a Damsel Ass Hunter. Mr 11. Fisher, Jellrbohn Mr S. N. Morison, poetic lay

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Alloa Advertiser

Alloa Advertiser Clackmannanshire, Scotland

4 Feb 1860

to get the hearth broom tod try it.* A lady wot paesiog along street, when the waa met young man, who staggering past stepped upon her dram. Taming to the lady, remarked Hoops take too maeh room, to which the lady quietly replied— Not much te whisky,

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

30 Dec 1876

suppose. that Mr blunter was teach. gent drifting has been were elven awe) grail* we are glad I bad I his I lls Mr H ..a.g resumed his nothing contrary the gyres. waif AU to limp that ode amounted 1.. 11. the seat asihat loud applause. Mr Hunter, where

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

8 Jan 1876

tranegatest et death of Mr lie 1 esteemed gardener of Ales. We that fro Dearly 30 years he wised pryers& of Mr and demi. Wit rapes whole time, bee drabs/odd his desist • aeon& fel awl At the tend eshibitioes in nor district, Mr Camilla wee a well-knows

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

26 Jun 1869

idegroom peoeseded Is • Mb for his bride, The lady, however, wined impost to bans take. • second thought as 'Mo)est, as it it said she declined to twosome, his the The gory goes that at this reboil he did not tweak his beart.blll ismsdastely in bis carriage

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

17 Dec 1892

yes It beer elm A tier. Mr bee Mr the pt Mr W ere Mr sU ear OM be • Wig Ike Ili Malmo ad loft nab • pompom I lk ▪ as • • odor Oat Wombed wool r war It wee watt Iw area arm bat as s d SAUCHIZ. /I Combs Mew, with • by • Mr Dram% Mr hems direr& spot , THE

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

10 Nov 1866

forty•shilling land, the Laird of Fergushill hound. (h•tols•r 2I S Wf, in the same way as Witliam Fairly, and to take part with the said lord and his heirs, in all their actions, quarrels, questing's, and dehates. The Laird of the Laird of Itowallan. Andrew

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

9 Jul 1864

Court. Mr Wright, Alba, seconded the motion. Mr Sowers, Gargunnock, thought that the claims of Alva to retain Mr Nicoll were grotter than those of St Enoch's. Mr Nicoll had proved himself to be well suited for the lotion of Alva, and he placed hi unreservedly

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Alloa Advertiser

Alloa Advertiser Clackmannanshire, Scotland

26 Jun 1875

Earls of Roaslyn. His Lordship was succeeded by his eldest son, John, 3rd Earl of Mar, Bth laird Krskine. Married Christina, daughter of Francis, Earl of Errol. Issue John, 4th Earl of Mar, 9th laird F.rskinc, who married (1) Lady Mary' daughter Walter

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

2 Jan 1864

prr.a.l. Tot Pepe hoid his oval roceptiun iif the ehrioteisemloy. shoe them so is white melted re mind the furore Popo% and his ronades•es hi the the awl/Amity previone. redeem sees the union he enjoined is shoot this meek. In His &hew mid he Wool fur wines

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Alloa Advertiser

Alloa Advertiser Clackmannanshire, Scotland

22 Oct 1859

Friday morning, Mr J. W. Keegan, shorthand reporter to the Glasgow Mail, terminated his existence by his own hand. He was found five o’clock, in his own room in the Mail office, evidently some hours dead, and with discharged pistol in his hand. Post-Opficb

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

29 Jun 1861

fortuneat the b ar, ' Mr Campbell, a hile pursuing his legal studies_ exercised his literary skill as reporter and trlral critic to the • Chronicle.' Ban g Icalled to the bar iu I+aNi lime, his talents, ere by him prominent place among bat his politics not being

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