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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

24 Apr 1891

REJOICINGS AT GAIRLOCH—ARRIVAL OF THE YOUNG LAIRD AND HIS BRIDE. On Monday last Mr Kenneth J. Mackenzie, yr. of Gairloch, and the Honble. Mrs Mackenzie left Cjnan House on a visit to Gairlooh. Monday night was pasted at Loch-Maree Hotel, and on Tuesday

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

13 May 1846

satisfied with the progress of the scholars and the industry their assiduous teacher, Mr Fraser. After an affectionate address, delivered by Mr Clark to the children, Mr and Mrs Fraser lytler of Aldourie delivered a variety of appropriate rewards, which they

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

28 Nov 1878

down man who has called him liar. the trial of Mr Bandmann b»r assaulting Mrs thnubv. Serjeant Tarry Raid that his client, the •hdender. had doubt used au express!on might not to have ns-**l. He called Mrs liar, »n View article

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

15 Oct 1868

Mackenzie; Mr Mackintosh of Raigmore ; Colonel Fraser- Tytler of Aldourie; Bailie Mackintosh; Bailie Ross; Dean of Guild Fraser; Treasurer Macbean ; Mr R. Caldwell, shipowner; Mr Thomas Kerr, merchant; Mr J. Grant; Mr W. R. Grant; Mr A. A. Gregory; Mr G. Galloway;

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

1 May 1906

nfrethmante were provide! ample qaantity. The health of the young laird, pro. by Mr A Maohardy, gamekeeper, wee »n--thasloet’cally pledged, and the toast of the bsalths cf Lady Fowler tbs laird’s brother and sis'.ers wet alto duty honoured. Tha whole company

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Highland News

Highland News Inverness-shire, Scotland

17 Mar 1894

and help in his fight against the powers that be oo the estate, as well as other Branches and friends far and near. He wished also to thank Mr Donald Macinues, the heir-at-law, for not interfering in his own interests, as be might have done. Mr Josue Catretiofl

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Highland News

Highland News Inverness-shire, Scotland

3 Nov 1888

Frawr, Mr .loin Peter, Major Row, Mr Fountain. Walker, Mr Campbell of Kil. martin. Captain Frew, e.l Itnlnain, Mr Davide yr. of Centrey ; Cantrity, Mr on. Provo Fraser, Inverter.% Mr Cumming. Allentown ; Mr G. Cameron, Moniack Gentle; Mr D. Cameron

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Highland News

Highland News Inverness-shire, Scotland

23 Mar 1912

Maclean. Drumreach; solo. Mr D. Fraser, Inverness; Duet (Gaelic), Misses Chisholm; solo, Master Myles; address, Mr Joseph Macleod; Mipe selections, Mr Stuart; song Mrs ean; violin selections, Miss Riley; address, Mr Angus Mackay; solo Mr D. Fraser; piano selections

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Highland News

Highland News Inverness-shire, Scotland

14 Aug 1897

allusion to his medical work in China. Thera was a large audience. FORT/IC/SE—A RISING ENG! NEER. are pleased to met rd the wast e attained in eonncet' with the B.T. Seivice by Mr Jag. Macdonald, brother-in-law of Police Constable Mackay, Fortrose. Mr Macdonald

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Highland News

Highland News Inverness-shire, Scotland

22 Feb 1896

Gaeliontag. Mr Donald /dame ; duet, Hurrah boys, hurrah! Mr D. Mackay and Mr William Campbell; Gaelic sung. Mr Hugh Morrison; dusk Rolling Hume, Mies Rotten ek and Cattier Smith; recitation, Mr D. Mackay; Au Irish Seticolmastor and his Clam School

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

1 Jun 1847

stand in the estimation of his regiment, that his brother officers, to mark their sen?e of his worth and sorrow for his early death, contributed a handsome sum to erect this fine work of art his memory, in the church of his native parish. The march of

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Highland News

Highland News Inverness-shire, Scotland

30 Aug 1886

Gairloch ; Mrs Weston ; Mrs Gunn ; and Miss Scott, Pitfuir ; Mies Kidd; Mr. Shaw, Boner; and Mrs Hughes, London Mechanical Department—Mr Brereton, Cppat ; Mr Brooke, Morvich ; Mr Dudgeon Craclulg rfir Hughes. Butter—Mr Blake Dun robin Mains. Models—Mr Houston

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

3 Sep 1889

and happmeaa.—Bellova roe, h> . to j( „ c,) hi« lady, and ih-m truly, .. „ , „ ,|i (or be wet sure tho happin-ss the tenantry -om be mucl, wrapped up theiia. (C’lieen.) Thu Chairmau continuing, said—Of the lady to | to.tlt were Education, whom Novar has

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

6 May 1875

(Graham, Mr Hutchinson. L-ir l Henry »»d ®», T,l A line ».“ Misses Tbvnne; Sir John and Lady Gwendolen lUioaden, and the Misses Rauiwlcn; Hon. Mrs Raroeden, and Miss Dundas, Mr and Mrs Sheridan, Mr and Mrs Thynne. I»rd and Lady I’ultimore, Mrs and Miss

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Highland News

Highland News Inverness-shire, Scotland

16 Jan 1897

'•What Laird? - 1 never heard anything about it. - The Laird, man—Sir son. of .'nurse; it'a the Laird these two years. though he has never voesited his property. An absentee landlord. as they say in Ireland; eh, Mr Beaton? And you've not heard that Mr Douglas

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Highland News

Highland News Inverness-shire, Scotland

29 Mar 1890

happened that the man he had lunch mason to bate had been thrown in his in the, ery fun moment of his first deadly wrath Thorhum came rm. his gun his hand. a wir water-theirs slung over his his eyes making the ground. Suddenly he liked at.. they encountered

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

1 Dec 1864

and notwithstanding walks well „ . . Ciiit.i>xßB. M.P., Liverpool.—Dunng the past w«k, Mr Children M.P.. the Civil of has been the guest Mr Laird, M.P., BirkMiheart. Mr hilders has charge of the docks, basins, and the count keeping thedoeks. He is therefore

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

7 Apr 1899

COLLAPSED HIS CHAIR without saying word. Then suddenly he rose I and came towards me with his arms extended. I took my head in his hands, and kissed warmly the forehead and checks, repeating I several times— ‘Save us. save us.’ I led Henry hack his chair

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

29 Jun 1894

United Suites amounts yearly to about ninety million pjundsin weight. No man imparteth his joys to his friends but joyeth the more, and no man imparteth his griefs to his friends but he grieveth the less. Baron, Charles Bkadlacoh. —“Thorough” is the word

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

23 Sep 1829

u the ~ uis p ro bable his brains would have been Hon. Miss Fraser, Bight Hon. Lord Saltoun, Hon. W hen lifted from the channel he was bleeding Fraser, T. A. I'raser, Esq. Eovat, and Hon. Mrs 1 laser, . , j, lst 10 articulate his name,—we are happy the

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