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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

8 Sep 1864

M P., and his Parrot —At Coventry, on Wednesday night, Mr Treherne addressed his constituents from the balcony of the King’s Head Hotel. There was a very limited audience. The principal burden of his speech was the accomplishments of his parrot. said

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

5 May 1864

intment Offjctal-.—Sir J. s Ei - I then unanimously -appni.te.. Convener the County. Mr James Tiodnl, Cle.k of Supply . Mr M..nro, 1- 1,. , r f County Rsttcs and Mr A. B.aud, Abeidcen, gelf-Contained House to Let. T FT with entry 26th curt., that ComSouT

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

21 May 1857

perplexed if Mr were to ask him what right or ground had to recommend Lord Cardigan to treat his charges with contempt? And if Lord Cardigan is to treat all who impugn his conduct in the Crimea with contempt, must have much contempt his gift Punch assigns

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

3 May 1855

of the Burn, Mr Taylor of Kirktonhill, Mr Porteous of Lauriston, Mr Grant of Ecclesgreig, Mr Stewart of Hilton, Sheriff Robertson, Mr Carnegie of Red hall, Capt. Ramsay of Banchory Lodge, Mr Gibbon of Johnston, Mr Fraser of Heathcott, Mr Nicol of Badentoy

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

28 Sep 1871

Johnnie did the most of the work in bis line which the late Laird Lintrose required about his house. On one occasion John went down upon business, but, unfortunately, arrived just after the laird had sat down to dinner. Upon ringing servant appeared, and

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

5 Jun 1873

OF YOUKG LADY t'ROM THE TOR OF A MONUMENT. A distressing occurrence look place at Cupar Fife, bn Saturday evening. Miss Laird, daughter of the Rev. John Laird, minister the Free Church in Liverpool, went along with one of her brothere and lady cousin to

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

30 May 1872

dealings were as under :-Mr Brown, Pitnamoon, sold a lot of stots to Mr Donaldson, flesher, Mon .rose, .£'24, and bought a cow at .£l5 11s from Samuel Young, jun. Mr Durward, Letham, bought 7 queys from Mr Brown, Pitnamoon, at £2O Mr Samuel Young, Auchinblae

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

22 Apr 1869

California, and this was his passport; but Miss Laird, a sensible girl, rejected the offer he immediately made his hand, lu fact, his conduct excited suspicion, and it is cleat the Lairds were not such confiding simpletons as his previous acquaintances

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

9 Jul 1857

it. It was about some lady bite Wrn. Pringle Laird, examined lotixo 1a a nurseryman in Dundee. 1 was acquainted with the late L’Angeher. was very sober young man, aiul very kind and ob.iging . rather exciteable and changeable in his temper, and sometimes

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

14 Jun 1900

note here. His grandfather, Rev. Alexander Carnegie, purchased Redhall in 1825, from Mr George Fullerton Carnegie, of Pitarrow and Charletou. The rev. gentleman was laird of Buldovie, near Montrose, and minister of Inverkeillor, near Arbroath. His father

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

8 Jan 1880

health Mr Baird, Duff, and Captain Reddie. The latter was not a laird, but he was a very superior gentleman. (Hear, hear.) The toast was heartily responded to. The Chairman said he would be very glad indeed to report to Mr Baird the way in which his health

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

24 Sep 1896

Alexander Strachan of Thornton. Andrew Arbnthnott was the fourth son of the laird of Arhntlmolt. The Principal died on 10 October, 1583, in the 45th year of his age and the 13lh year of his ministry, and was buried in King's College Chapel, Old Aberdeen. From

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

30 May 1848

specimen of his cantatory powers. The scene that presented itself thereupon would have exhilarated the philanthropic pericardium of a Howard. The young artiste shouted at the top of his voice, winked his eye, cocked his nether lip, and snapped his finger and

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

12 Mar 1868

the and others. Mr Gordon and Taylor took active part in the examination of the scholars, and at the close Mr Silver distributed the prises. Mr Gordon, in the name of the Presbytery, paid very high compliment Mr Bain, and Mr Jeffray, his assistant, as well

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

12 Apr 1853

sign ” Model babies, those Lord Chancellor Hardwicke was very fond of entertain ng his visitors with the following story of his bailiff who, having been ordered his lady to procure a sow of a particular description, ea:ne one day into the diningroom when

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

13 Jun 1872

the Trou, being the funeral sermon the late Mr Oroall, Coach proprietor. The Minister Dr MacGregor, ?p ainod odo of bis ancles badly on the Friday bu* tbat did not keep him from paying his last tribute to his departed elder. was assisted the pulpit, where

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

24 Apr 1873

Eustace Smith, Mr. Gourley, Mr. Craves, who sat for Liverpool, but died last winter, Mr. Norwood himself, and Mr. Bates, the member for Plymouth, who only took his seat in February, 1872. This book said, in substance—and that was the ground of his application—that

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

18 Nov 1897

cassock, the gift of the ladies of Uie ladies of the congregation. which it is our earnest prayer and hope tliat you may long be spared wear in the ministry of our restored church. (Applause.) Mr Spark having been robed bv Mrs Greig. amid loud applause

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

5 Feb 1863

Arthur Boiler and his present colleague, when Perry had entered the Indian Council and Wilson had gone to Calcutta, where he fell victim lo the cholera which had slain his predecessors. That candidate Mr Farrand is an extraordinary man, and his aim is to knock

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

30 Apr 1914

polling took plact Saturday with tilfollowing result: •The Rev A. Tweedic, tho John Ross, Lc'tterbcg *Mr Buchan, Sunuyskle Mr John Wynchs, Camhue Mr A. Couplaud, HeugheaJ Unsuccessful— The Rev. Laing, U.F 57 .. HO Adam, Templeton Members d

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