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Fifeshire Journal

Fifeshire Journal Fife, Scotland

26 Oct 1876

THE RURAL LIFE OF A HIGHLAND LAIRD. Take the Highland laird to begin with. His MOMtoes down to has grandfather were always bard-up for cash, though they -sere lords of • wid e ex t e nt o f broken acres. His lands he along one of the most lovely of the

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Fifeshire Advertiser

Fifeshire Advertiser Fife, Scotland

27 Feb 1886

trying times, and so have the clergy, but sure will both find the young laird kiad and considerate landlord. (Applause.) Mr Fyshe, in replying, said-—On behalf of the tenantry, I thank Mr Clark for the manner in which he has proposed this toast, and there

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

27 May 1893

dispone to the said Mr. Lumsdaino and his lady, and their heirs, &c., that piece and portion of the land lying to the westward the Links of the City, being part the Salt Grass belonging the patrimony of the said city, and consisting of six acres, two

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Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian

Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian Fife, Scotland

22 May 1926

FIFE LADY’S HUNDREDTH „ BIRTHDAY. PIANOS. ORGANS. His Master’s Voice New MRS BOYD KINNEAR CON- GRAMOPHONES, CRATULATED. LARGE SELECTION. UNSURPASSED. Payments Arranged. A LONG LIVED FAMILY. E. J. PERCIVAL « CO., HIGH ST., KIRKCALDY. Mrs Boyd Kitmoaj,

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Fife Herald

Fife Herald Fife, Scotland

14 Sep 1854

CARD. HAMILTON LAIRD, Licensed Auctioneer and Appraiser. ORDERS will, the meantime, be received by Mr Hood, Ironmonger, or Mr D.Berwick, Church Street, St Andrews, or by Post. BLACKSMITH WANTED Martinmas. Apply to Thomas Porter, Langdyke, by Kennoway

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Fifeshire Journal

Fifeshire Journal Fife, Scotland

28 Jan 1875

was the presentation of a handsome pulpit-gown and cassock to the Rev. Mr Laird. Mr MADISON in m skisg the presentation, said that though Mr Laird was now in the fortieth year of his ministry, be was out asking to retire from public work ; and as the c

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Fifeshire Journal

Fifeshire Journal Fife, Scotland

19 Jun 1856

Mercer, Balg mei.; the Misses Wemyes, Mrs Dalyriatple; &morale ; Mrs and Mu Landifferon; Mrs and the Misses Pagan, Clayton; Mrs Landale, Colal.; Mrs Pitcairn, Fernis Cud*: Mrs and the Misses Michell; Mrs and Miss Graham: Mrs llorebrugh, &c., &c. JUSTICE OF

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Fife Herald

Fife Herald Fife, Scotland

1 Feb 1855

BIRTHS, . tr „ Free Manse, on the tftfc ultimo Mrs Laird, of a son. M ultimo, the wife ot Mr David Methven, iBtu uiumo ' u,e Duches « «>f ultimo, the lady of John Guthrie, Esq. rf *«ffi&__!in to ultimo, the lady of T. Bamforf Lang, Bombay, on the 7th ultimo

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Fifeshire Journal

Fifeshire Journal Fife, Scotland

7 Jun 1877

is that Mr Gladstone supposes his correspondobject • ; it only calls on them to object with of Mr Wood of Elie, and took special objection Mr Turner gave notice that he would move the withdrawn, and the committee's recomniendatiou the call to Mr Colhns

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Fife Herald

Fife Herald Fife, Scotland

8 Nov 1855

RAMSAY, Jun., Crossgate, Cupar, to inform his Friends and the Public that he intends removing at Martinmas to those more commodioui and central premises the Cross, so long occupied V Mr Matthew, and latterly by Mr Laird. In the interval he has commenced CHEAP

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Fifeshire Advertiser

Fifeshire Advertiser Fife, Scotland

7 May 1881

Buckingham Palace, the following Fife ladies were present, viz: —The Countess of Rothes, the Countess of Rosslyn, Lady Erskino of Cambo, Lady Halkctt Pitfirrane, Mrs Oswald of Dunnikier, Mrs Munro Ferguson of Raith, Mrs Austruther Thomson of Charleton; also

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

20 Apr 1901

aside to let a young lady pan. Accidentally his sleeve tooched her bible, and jerked from hand. Inatinetively, both men stooped to pick it np; but the laird was the quicker of the two. As returned to her with muttered apology for his carelessness, their

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East of Fife Record

East of Fife Record Fife, Scotland

8 Feb 1895

Dee to leave his house, std be has le t sent fe r again.' 'Are you waiting en a graeioue word from this 'son of Nebel?' He has hot such a thing in his keeping. Bot I wart- nt be is longing to see you, for the number of people who mire for his company is

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Fifeshire Journal

Fifeshire Journal Fife, Scotland

22 Feb 1866

requisite for the soil, are ottcr ' evi to removing to his present Preniises, begs respertfu!ly to 1815. dress aunt - Goal 6 4310 1 41' 7 13 Agriculturists with every confidence. announce that his STOCK OF BOOTS AND Fifteenth Edition, crown flea, 7s 6d

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

4 May 1901

every of attention to the titbits of history Mr M-redith regaled him with. A Very wonderful man Mr Meredith have been, according to his own showing Under every circumstance h- had known what have done. If his advioe had been consulted the nation history

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Fifeshire Advertiser

Fifeshire Advertiser Fife, Scotland

22 May 1915

postman arrives and Nobody gets letter from his (one and tother) brother. Jack letter from his (bum her) sister, Jdck one from his (palter) father, and Jim onb from his (mater) mother, then Old Topper got one from his (chewing giuu) chum, who saifl ‘‘the Sg»

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

16 May 1953

were:—Partner 1 Mrs Niven and Mrs Alexander, 2 Mr Balteziuk and partner. 3 Misses E. and B. Norrie, 4 Mrs Swan and Mrs Johnston, 5 Miss Bowyer and Mrs MTntosh. Ordinary whist: —Ladies —1 Mrs Scott, Mrs Murray, 3 Mrs Gordon, 4 Mrs MacMillan, View article

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

10 Jun 1916

(nephew), Mr Edward G. King (brother-in-law), Lieut.-Colonel H. Scryrngeour-Wodderburn of Birkhill, Mr Frederick Scrymgeour - Wedderburn, Mr Edward Baxter of Teasses, Mr James Guthrie (Chairman of the Executive Committee of Mars), Mr James Gray, and Mr Robert

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

20 Jul 1901

with literature. The recipients were Mrs Harrietts Stevenson, tbe widow of the late R. A. Stevenson, the well-known art critic, who was cousin of Robert Louis Stevenson—and Mrs Emily Traill, whose late husband, Mr U. D. Traill, held prominent position

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

29 Jun 1901

aal™- F.» ht.tira h- *<~ld P«oa l.ia night hi* f-M k.id, hia kaU •.11-nlfh choking ’lia waa hiding hia tiioa j 0.. a thoold think b« o*r«HJ ; th#», all wara thru an off Ibafar maH. ha ataal quietly and Mhka. Bat his auger proved tou much fur him ; ha con'd

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