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  • County: East Lothian, Scotland
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899

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Haddingtonshire Courier

Haddingtonshire Courier East Lothian, Scotland

4 Nov 1887

wae was the Laird o’ RallencrietT, An* deep was his fiuenchles* sorrow ; He tore his hair like a maniac wild. An’ left Baliencrieff on the morrow. Hie estate an’ his bonnie lands. Were nocht him in his frenzy ; wallet on’ crook he cast his lot, Wi’ the

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

24 Feb 1899

detective received his employer's intimation with businowlike indifference; indeed, he was rather glad than otherwise to have the additional time at his disposal, having undertaken a much more promising commission affecting Murray, his client in thii instimoe

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

18 Oct 1895

headiest last season was woo by Mr A. Kissaird. and the prises for the deb rues were by Mr J. Walker (Ist), vied Messrs vied Bee's—a tie—(2ed sad 3rd). The eam-bserers ler the ewes were es Mews A. Mr 0. DAV Mr A. E. Philips awns. Mr Thaws Baldwin. Bin- Wird

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Haddingtonshire Courier

Haddingtonshire Courier East Lothian, Scotland

26 Oct 1888

BroochiUa, ll(Mr*eii*-a-, or any affevti..i» Cheat and Lungv. For any these eomidainta. -«-■»* unrivalled. One d.«n rtlieves; one Bottle •area Don’t be like anything ejae. BoUlva, and o>l. Sold all Cheudate.—ddef. waa once eclipse the aun, and Laird and Jean

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

13 Feb 1891

was that Mr Peterson and Mr Blaikie %etre ndeavonting in Glasgow to o' tan efieetilt tion with Mr Harford on the subj et. Mr Weters on then explained how Mr Paterson, Mr B sakes, Mr S.:ark, of the Trades' C.uneil, aid him.- If bad conattl with Mr If of

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

3 Dec 1897

we know. Love! Love. my lambie laddie The nervous kindly little lady drew nearer to her eon as she spoke, and with one hand on his broad shoulder gazed earnestly into his face. But his eyes met hers now frankly enough. Yee, love, mother. At teeth I think

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Haddingtonshire Courier

Haddingtonshire Courier East Lothian, Scotland

1 Jan 1886

Hall—Mr G. B. Luke presiding—it was agreed to appoint Mr Purves liquidator, to meet again in o weeks to hear report. The attendance mob very meagre. .Hope Meetinus. —An entertainment, consisting of magic lantern and soiree, Mas given by tho ladies connected

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

21 Apr 1899

gaily, his temples throbbed painfully, sad the torture of hie wounds seemed to pervade his whole body as with Am. He dosed his eyes again with • groan. Someone near him moved, and then his head was raised, the while a metal cup war held to his Itpa. He

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

8 Jun 1894

suceemlel. THU MIAS. Mr Alex. Dickson Windsor), secretary of the aseoeiat' , officiated as referee, and gave his demime with promptness, and put down all uncalled for play, his decisions being very fair. Mr O'Neil (grin I Athletic) and Mr Buckle sated as linesmen

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Haddingtonshire Courier

Haddingtonshire Courier East Lothian, Scotland

13 Aug 1886

Dr Chrbtieand Mr Webster, GUmerton; J. Lawrie, North Berwick; Mr and Mrs H. Bertram, Whitekirk; Alexander Bertram and family. Toronto, Canad-»; J. Hepburn, Prestonmaioe ; Councillor and Mrs Falconer, Mias Robb, and Mrs Bertram, Mr and Mrs J. Murray, Jamea

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

18 Jan 1895

like to say about as old lady who had some eossectioe with the district—the old lady who said else was daft to refuse the laird of Cockpes. She did sot know if the laird of Cockpen was present or sot @ but she knew her laird was Kama. sad they would

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

29 Oct 1897

But, persisted Mrs. Adair. do you no' min the Scripture command is? Oh, yes. I wee taught at school: ' And • man shall leave his father and mother, and cleave his Cl e ave unto his wife.' you silly boy. No, no. manunie, ' sleeve his wife. And Barton

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

28 Apr 1899

the Plisteock Rocks, he dipped his footing and fell over into the wither. As he was being washed out to sea Mr T. P. Laird. 11, BeSmile Delmont, wont is after without taking time to divest himself of any clothing. Mr Laird struggled for some time in ineffectual

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

10 May 1895

recently been married. Mr John Grant presided and suitably introduced the business, after which Mr David Rymer, in name of the congregation, presented Mr Lowe with a beautiful marble timepiece , and a standard reading-lamp for Mrs Lowe. Mr Lowe replied on behalf

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

30 Aug 1895

Gaeolees, who had been once previously convicted, 6e 6d or five days. IT will be noticed that Mr Clark eras his clams@ fee doming is Dene's Hall next Theesdey night his mils should make a point to be present then. THE WEATHER AND HAIIVRIST.--The changeable

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Haddingtonshire Courier

Haddingtonshire Courier East Lothian, Scotland

10 Aug 1888

arm, and casting into his face one eager look, she passed in among the throng. Graham fell oack like one oazed. He heard nothingsaw nothing. His head went round, and sinking into chair in corner of one of the outer apartments, hid his face in bis hands.

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Haddingtonshire Courier

Haddingtonshire Courier East Lothian, Scotland

18 Nov 1887

bred his present owner, Mr Alexander Todd, Haddington. Rosebery is by Bob Laird out of Lothian Queen ; Lothian Queen by Sir John out of Tnlla; Bob Laird by Champion Monarch ex Venus. Rosebery has been shown under eighteen different judges, and his owner

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

15 Oct 1897

cried Hear, beer, for elorty! The groomer held his glass aloft es he spoke ' He (Mr. Clorty) bad never yet clapped eyes on Miss Letitia Johnson, but he would wager his last one pound note that the lady was not only young and beautiful, but virtuous and

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

13 Nov 1896

chair. (Applauee.) The DUKE, having done ao, called upon Mr A. G. Asher to read the names of those gentlemen who bud Dent apologies. Mr ASHER then intimated apologies from Lady Johnstone, the Marquis of Tweeddale, the Earl of Stair, Sir William Baird, Admiral

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Haddingtonshire Courier

Haddingtonshire Courier East Lothian, Scotland

17 Sep 1886

given hi* own opinion turned to ItonaUl for hi*, who |Mftiuiptly advised crop of fir trees •» the land was poor and the aspect bleak; bat, added Donald, they fail you can plant it with factors, they aye prosper. OHM AMD tub IdAiBD.—A certain laird has coachman

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