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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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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

20 Feb 1903

tasteful effect, had been obtained. Mr Munro Ferguson, M.P. for the Leith Burghs, presided, and 'here were among others present Lady Helen Munro Ferguson, ex-Bailie Kellock, Portobello; Mr James Brough, J.P., preiident, and Mr Hume, secretary, of the Muntelburgh

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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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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

26 Dec 1919

civilian life. ably met by Mr T. Paterson Lamb as aoconi- Mr Ramsay, it appears, had promised that such panist of recognised part s. the artistes a re-union world be held. He has fulfilled his and to the committee of ladies and others who premise, and

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

16 Aug 1895

general excitement. The unhappy leineltlan was silent and depressed : his eyes were !nitrides.; a melancholy of Cerberus and Meekest Midnight been. smeared to have of his soul. His gay was hardly in keeping with this air of profound despondency. Bat

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

13 Oct 1899

lays that Mr Smith, the present champion hes repeatedly reined to most opponent.; except on oroditioni unreelrieted play. Mr Loam, a player that defeated Smith on several ociamions, and Mr T. Braydon are anxious to try their hand, will Mr Smith Mr Hay, of

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

25 Feb 1910

tankard from Mr and Mrs Jas. Hood, Mid- Barns; Mrs Inch and Miss Inch, Carrington field: dessert dishes, Mr and Mrs John Hoeden; Mains; Mr and Mrs Dykes, Redside; Mr Hutobe- jewel -box, Mr J. C. Wardrop; potpourrie mulct, son, Edgelaw; Mrs Crichton, Parduvine;

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Haddingtonshire Courier

Haddingtonshire Courier East Lothian, Scotland

23 Dec 1887

BUTCHER same eminence was in company with several ladies • game whist, where, having lost two three rubbers, one the ladies addressing him asked, Pray, air, what are the •takes now which, ever mindful his occupation, replied, Madam, the best romp I cannot

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

5 Aug 1910

gracefully returned by his Lordship and Lady Elphinstone. Arriving in front of the house, the Laird and his brid • were heartily received by the estate officials, and the company who had followed in the rear of the carriage cheered heartily. His Lordship, I stepping

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

7 Feb 1896

than Joanna now. - And the Wanderer, - said Mrs. Stern drily, where is he 7 In Thibet, for all I know—or exploring • slum in Poplar. He simply follows his fancy wherever it may lead him. Immoral, said Mrs. Stern conclusively. Only a rich man can

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

6 Apr 1906

See that Every Bottle the Red T Label. WELLPARK BREWERY, GLASGOW. 'SS: READERS AND WRITERS. Mr. Andrew Lang. in his recent monograph an Scott. has another of his little Sings at our 0091 hook.buyiir: public. Dr. Robertson Nicoll say* Lis correspondence

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

10 Mar 1893

Gibb, has increased his reputation by his clever, truthful portrait of Mrs Webster, Arbroath (22) ; and (9:1) the late Rev. George &neaten, D.D., commands admiration by in every respect deserving it. On J. H. Lorimer A's (57), Lady Chalmers and her

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

24 Jul 1908

by a majority of five shots. Mr Robertson then had to face Mr Neilson. • young and steady bowler from Ratho. In the first portion of the final round Mr Robertson ran away from his opponent, till the score stood at 16-8. Mr Neilson then got a run of luck

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

24 May 1889

should brkg the greybeards with him. On the day fixed Mr Paterson made his appearance in Mrs Balfour'. parlour. Weel, Mr Paterson, have you brought your greybeards' Oh, yes ; they're downstairs wasting for you. How many ? Nee less than ten. Well

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

18 Jan 1918

contralto, soloists; while Mr cott kept his audience happy with his piano songs. Mr Ray spoke a few encouraging words to the men and celled for a vote of thanks to the performers and the ladies for the tea arrangements. Lieut. Laird voiced the feelings of

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

14 Mar 1919

e for the government Scotland. Inreeted with this power his to use his own weirds, wan to make Charles master in all. causes and over all person's. In 1672 he married as his second wife Lady Dysart, widow cif Sir Lionel Talmarh, a strong minded. d

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Musselburgh News

Musselburgh News East Lothian, Scotland

3 Jan 1919

course of the evening made short speeches. The Rev. Mr M'Nab was another speaker. The concert programme was an excellent one. aid was contributed by Mr and Mrs Barnes, Miss Hawthorn, Miss Begg, and Mr Wiahart Aitken. At the close of the concert and social

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