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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

22 Jul 1909

and sublime Of human life. (Loud applause.) He hoped his little one would render useful service to his country, that he would come back due course to with wife, and that would make a home there, as his grandfather had done before him. (Loud applause*.)

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

3 May 1860

month. Lord Clyde has been relieved of the command in India. It is probable his Lordship will arrive, in England next July. Mr Cobden has arrived in Paris, and one object of his efforts will, it is understood, be to negotiate a treaty of navigation with

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

14 Jul 1892

Smith ; 2, Moir ; 3, W. Murray. Lo igR ice—l, J. Robertson A. Smith ; 3, G. Smith. Married Ladies Race—l. Mrs Moiray ;2, Mrs Leith ;3, Mrs Hadden. Young Ladies K »ce —1, Mary Murdoch : 2, Miss Martin 3. iry Beattie ; 4. Susan Masson. Girls Race, —l, iiy

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

28 Feb 1867

Talbot. The Laird Waristoun. Cultivations. English Charities and Curi- The Prize Geranium. ous Bequests. Cave-Temples in the East. Canadian Scene. Mr Bianconi's Cabs The Character of Happy Logan, the Indian Chief. Life—(Verses.) Story of Blind Lady. The South-Sea

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

11 Apr 1872

that he lost the use of both legs, and also of his right arm. His feet were drawn against his thighs, and his right arm and hand horribly c ntorted. The flesh on these limbs gradually withered away, his head and body alone comilining to grow. Fur the

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

12 Jan 1860

subsided —life was gone. Mr Keuwick w.is much respected in the district, he had not attained his thirtieth year, and was recently married. On the morning of his death he was, as he always apparently was in excellent health and spirits. Mr Keuwick had one or

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

20 Oct 1870

defalcations in the latter his sureties will amply cover the amount Serious Fire at the Messrs Laird’s, .Jirken- HEAD. A tire, which at first it was feared would prove highly destructive, occurred on Saturday morning at the works of Laird Brothers, shipbuilders

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

24 Jan 1884

to her eldest son, the subject of the present notice. The Honourable Mr Trefusis has just completed his University course at Oxford. During his minority his father, Lord Clinton, as his administrator-at-law, has managed the estates of Fettercairn, Pitsligo

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

23 Sep 1909

and laird Twoedmonth laird President of the Council, but before had been many weeks in the office his health suddenly (-ave way, and suffered severe nervous breakdown, from which never recovered. rims far reference has lieen made mainly to laird Twedniouth’s

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

2 Oct 1856

self-acting spring. No one resding .t hand, his cries and struggles were evidently unheard, but his agony must have been severe, as it was found that several blood-vessels had burst in his efforts to escape his allin ;, When the box was opened, life was

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

15 Dec 1859

Ballater— Aberdeen Journal. Sudden Deaths. —ln addition to the sudden death of Mr Campbell, wood merchant, we have to retord those of Mr Urquhart, agent, Hadden Street, who was in his office on Thursday and expired during the night, and of Kenneth Watt, shoemaker

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

4 Apr 1861

of the Dunbar Town Council last week, Mr vwere intimated his withdrawal from the Haroour mittee on account of his having been with absenting himself from its meetings, rial i Bro lie reiterated the assertion that Mr s.awe was occasionally absent. Sawers

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

13 Nov 1862

they become daggers as soon as they are disunited —Punch. footman, proud of his grammsr, ushered into the dr-iwing-roonc. Mr Foot and his two daughters, with this introduction : ‘Mr Foot and the two Misses Feet.* A dun was somewhat taaen aback the other day

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

5 May 1864

against the Government. denied that Government had uiterlered with II e Messrs bom political motives, and reused his bvlivf that .Mr Laird had iloim.ll ti eml roil tins country wilh the . tales. anU that it was owing the vigilanco of GoVernnient such i

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

16 Feb 1871

illnslrative of the passion “ strung in death.” Parisian usurer Was on his death bed, and the priest, to awaken in his boson, thoughts of spproacliing dissolution, held before his glaxuag eyes silver crucifix. “ I can lend you,” Mid he, faintly, “ but

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

19 Feb 1885

J Itadenacb Nicolson and Mrs Nicolson of Gle.ihe.vie Capt W. Disney lanes and Mrs limes of Ciwie’ Mrs R. Tindal, Mr George 8. Oaird ami Mrs Caird’ Mr A. B. Annandale and Mrs Anuandale Mi™ Catto, Aberdeen, DrJ. H. Anderson, Mr I). Conner Booth, Rev. W

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

5 Jul 1888

Howfurd; Mr James Donbas, Coortbilli Mr Hugh Milne, Broomfield; Mr Milohell Shand, Brntherfield; Mr James Edward; Mr George Mackey, Rotten; Hr Alexander Murray, Bhmktap; Mr James, Foggie too; Hr David Walker, Mains of ConntessweHs: Hr Yonng, Newton; Mr Alexander

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

29 Dec 1864

the excellent and worthy laird was making bricks Ins property io huil'l wall. Her Grace tiektd politely, Well, Mr Gordon and how your bricks get ? The Laird t'rai’ yle’s thoughts much occupied with a new leather portion of his attire, which had lately

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

5 Jul 1888

performed the ceremony. Several ladies and gentlemen accompanied the bride and groom, the l>eat known of whom was Mr Leonard Jerome, the father of Lady Randolph ChnrcbilL There were no aids. The groom's best man was Mr Crighton Webb. The bride is a daughter

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

25 Sep 1873

Street, who has not seen his 2'st birthday, determined to take to himself a helpmate for life. Knowing the aversion which his parent had to his adopting such a course took the precaution, in order to keep all in the dark, to change his name. The ‘ruse’, however

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