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  • County: Dumfriesshire, Scotland
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Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser

Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

19 Sep 1879

cut were—Mr Kennedy, Dalruakerran ; Mr Kennedy, Kirkland ; Mr bailed, Tin waldiShaws ; Mr Dalziel, Ilerklaud ; Rev. Mr Gillespie of Ilowiwald ; Mr Paterson, Terrell& • Mr Kerr, Castlehill ; Mr Allan, Iluunoch ; Mr F. Paterson, Clerkhill ; Mr Irving,

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Dumfries and Galloway Standard

Dumfries and Galloway Standard Dumfriesshire, Scotland

3 Jun 1914

for Stirlingshire until his defith. His son, the present laird, has been a keen sportsman in his day, having hunted for 75 years, during thirtv of which he was first of the afterwards (for twenty-three years) Hurworth pack. Mr F.y re-Todd mentions that

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Dumfries and Galloway Standard

Dumfries and Galloway Standard Dumfriesshire, Scotland

2 Aug 1890

PNORRED OA J. G.l. Nerd - A pet.itioe in th pm. Mr Cul. rerow.wn .4 The I s le ; Mr B. b o w,. i t Mose ell With.. ; J. H. lien at the Shoe:keel office f 4 . 4 Mr D. W. by werclisai. awl why. Hanoi.. oobeatb and Mr J. bean now of Liar. heroes acre MORI• minded

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Annandale Observer and Advertiser

Annandale Observer and Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

21 Sep 1883

ciioslor, Mrs Daring and Lady Mazurka, 1 toy too and Cbocley, and two or three others; as visitors. Colonel Clantarton and Mr Glenlyon. are have a small ball one of these evening usual,” said land tine viz, “and I hope, Clantartan, you’ll drop in, and Mr Glenlyon

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Dumfries and Galloway Standard

Dumfries and Galloway Standard Dumfriesshire, Scotland

30 May 1945

first half, Mrs W. Campbell, Castle Street. Gentlemen —1, Mrs Corson, Castle Street; 2, Mrs Graham, West Lochan; highest in second half, Mr J. Burns, Renwick Place. Special prize-winners Mrs Lockerbie, Mrs Forrest, Mrs J. Scott (Leven Road), Mrs Burns, Miss

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Dumfries and Galloway Standard

Dumfries and Galloway Standard Dumfriesshire, Scotland

5 Nov 1879

recently made Sheriff of Galloway in recognition of his services as persecutor-general in the province; his brother and depute David Graham ; his remorseless coadjutor the Laird of Legg ; and one of his ready tools Captain Strachan. With such dramatis

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Dumfries and Galloway Standard

Dumfries and Galloway Standard Dumfriesshire, Scotland

6 Feb 1889

friend and hi. family and a bacchanalian no mere idle complimeet which Yams paid to contest in which be was the deter. Stich a the Cratadarnocts of his day when he referred scene io not likely to be re-enacted ; awl we to the antiquity .4 his bowie in the

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Dumfries and Galloway Standard

Dumfries and Galloway Standard Dumfriesshire, Scotland

27 Mar 1889

Liberal', Mr Jobs Mortify. Sir William Harcourt, Mr MamieUs, Sir George Treveiyan, and Mr Stansfeld ; and 70 Irish Nationalists. The majority el which rejeeted the amendment was computed Courervat ices, 65 Liberal Unionists, and I Gladsuotian (Mr Cosens

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Annandale Observer and Advertiser

Annandale Observer and Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

21 Feb 1879

«buwar* oilliu tn o«- (bo olae(iMr Mark J. Slooort, OonoarroUeo, (ho aiuing aaaoiW, namely Hr Joku M'Ltriu, oJanooio, tCditiborgb ; Hr >4 Miltooiaa, nohfcro; Mr Al«t. Vmmg (a4 Laird Vnunai), bomalor, ; Mr Held, korriaUr, Looduu, oun Lad/ Bold

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Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser

Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

4 Sep 1889

titsd of but three dart samara showed his peeselery his these el a goad gray of his elan. wars Is • He bees a meet paned sibyls; 'whale were rad esteemed swag the el his he bowleg for lathy yeas aed op le the Mme el his trath, the reek of Greek sad Leila

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Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser

Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

26 Dec 1890

A Scotch laird once said to his servant John, who had complained of his temper, ' I an. sure, John, it's use summer on than it's ' Aye,' said John ; but, laird, it's use saner off than it's on.' Douglas Jerrold once went to a piny at which Mr Pepper had

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Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser

Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

9 May 1884

sinking In his glory in the west, And the birds have ceased their trilling, But the woodland dove is cooing A note of amorous foodnee■ To his mate within the nest — He is thinking of his sweetheart, Of his Nelly, fond and trusting, And his broad swart

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Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser

Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

3 Jan 1879

roof. Eager to dispatch his foe as he entered, lie sprang upon a table, plunged his sword into his body, and down fell—his stepson, whom ho had ever loved and cherished as one of his own children The youth had been cutting his way through the roof, with

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Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser

Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

3 Apr 1889

total amount his well-known companion. ' She's a bonnie instro• of the rune was 879 in four innings. Mr. Read made went, &Menet' I say it nipper, an' mom; • happy time tours in his first and 19 fours in his second match; bee I had wl' her.' Mr. Bowden 25

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Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser

Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

8 Jun 1881

Johnston; the eldest son of Adam Johnetene. Mr Fleming. Q.C., and Mr Cut represented Sir F. Johnetone. Sir J. Holker. Q.C. ; Slr Martin. Q.C.. and Mr Nicholson. Mr Hope Johnstone. Mr link I beck and Mr H. Cowie, Mr Edward Johnstone. The Crown was represented

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Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser

Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

10 Sep 1879

as a fierce flame. He started to his feet. To his lips be pressed the sword of his fatker. Ile vowed to break the enchantment that entombed his betrothed. He rushed towards the cave of Elgiva, the worker of wonders. His warm iors feared to follow him.

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Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser

Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

12 Mar 1879

that Alexander Hamilton became the clerk of Mr Fulton, in a few seam his partner, and eventually his succorer, and Lis latter days were more perpetual than any that his father had known, while the worth of his wife and her affection increased with age.

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Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser

Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

18 May 1887

course of his wanderings he fell in with a laird of a 'mall estate. To this laird the priest communiosted hi. errand, and finished off by 'eliciting the bones/ of the Gael's name to the subscription book. Na, ea, sail D 'bald (who was, as his fathers

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Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser

Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

29 Dec 1882

As e'er the Licht o' day. His face was fair, and he trod the swaird As licht as a woodland fay ; His arrow was swift, an' sure to the mark, His sword was Nicht and keen ; And the noble love o' his manly heart Aye danced in his bricht blue Thee twmome met

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Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser

Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

31 Aug 1881

Prime Minister will, during his stay, address his constituents in Mid-Lothian. IRELAND. Numerons outrages continue to take place in Ireland and violent speeches are being delivered by members of the Land League. Mr Gladstone, Mr Forster, and others are denounced

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