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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1855

was nnia.k able for his tuneful whistling singing, also for the comeliness his features and vivacity his manners. This youth, then known only as Tom” (his parentage proper surname being umnmwii himself or canal companions) c.a 'ed hi,>,self subsequently

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

14 Feb 1867

The Laird of Waristouu. Cultivations. English Charities and Curi- The Prize Geranium. oua Bequests. Care-Temples in the East. A Canadian Scene. Mr Biauconi’s Cabs The Character of Happy Logan, the Indian Chief. Life—(Verses.) Story of Blind Lady: The

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

6 Feb 1873

dead husband’s stomach.” The Dearest Spot.—“My Dear,” said the senti mental Mrs Waddles, home, you know, is always th® dearest spot on earth.”—Well, yes,” said the practioa 1 Mr Waddles, does cost me about twice as much as any other spot. Big Enough to

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

1 Nov 1888

Through this lady, his mother. Captain Barclay-Allardice claimed to be (no aoubt was) the representative of the Earls of Airtli and Menteith, and seventeenth in descent from Robert 11. of Scotland. Bobcrt Barclay named Ann Street after his wife, David

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

14 Jan 1858

to carry out. (Drunk with all the honours) Song—“ The Laird Cockpen.” Mr Kin near then rose and remarked that fora number of years he had managed the ad drs of the town, the represent ttive of Mr Barclay of Dry, but was bound to say tb it now, since the

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

6 Nov 1884

£0 ; Mr Doff of Fettareaao, M.P., £6; Mr Farquhar Hallgteen, £5 : Mr Seott, Brothertoo, £5; Captain Innea of Cowie, £4 4s; Inneo Trustees, Dannottar. £3 3s ; Mr Bitchie, Uunnottar House, 3a; Mr Williamson, Keith Lodge, £3 Walker; Portletben, £6 ;Mr Forbes

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

27 May 1915

joined the Scaforths, (Pioneer Battalion!, receiving his commission January this vear, and has been undergoing training for the most part in the south ol England. will remembered that his vounger brother. Mr Clare Forsyth Grant, was lost in the Arctic regions

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

11 Aug 1904

(drawery there was a large attelAfanee of ladies gentlemen, among others present bring Provost Mowat, Wra. Mowat, Mr Knight, London; Bat Burnesfi, Rev. Wisbart. Mr das. B. Cunningham. soUcitor; .J;y. Miliw; Mr M. A. Hamilton, solicitor; Hunter, Red cloak

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

23 Apr 1908

far the race has been a very interesting one. has surprised even his opponents by his excellent appearance, ami if merit for anything should head the poll. His opponent has not improved his appearance in the Town Hall, when he was adopted the I/beral candidate

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

13 Jul 1871

Pstons. When the landed propnetor before the present laird came to the he found Ibia Hate of things a little awkwanl in collecting hit rente. If Conll was dnnned for his tent, it wao always paid, according his version ofthostoty, because he was sure there wen

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

17 Jan 1861

deputation of the Netherley and Poriiethen (6ih Kincardine(■ shire) being present. The health ol | worthy laird, and his kind gentle lady, were given Mr Walker, the factor, cheers, nine times nine; also the other j members the family—-the two sons that are

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

17 Jun 1869

held ; but his strong attachment to his flock here always led him to decline such invitations. He has now passed away from us all full of years and honour, highly esteemed and loved by all who had the privilege of his friendship. His heart and his purse were

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

29 Dec 1864

present were Mr Alexander Baird, yr. Ury, and Master John Baird; Mr P. Dickson, 1 iaurencekirk Mr Milne, Auquhirie G. Greig, Harvieston ; Mr John Greig, architect, Montrose ; Mr Lawson, (Tlithuc Rankin, Findlaystone ; Mr Smith, Marchburn' Mr Brotfrn, Megray;

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

6 Feb 1873

Tuesday—Mr Bruce, Portletheu, Moderator. Mr imes 1.. Thomson completed his trials, and was licensed a preacher of the Gospel. A presentation to the charge of Wood aide Church, in favour of Mr William Shepherd, Dairy, along with letter from Mr Shepherd

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

9 Apr 1914

: —Bullocks made £l9 Gtl Mitchell, jun.; £l9 and £l9 to Mr W. G. Falconer; £l9 17s to Mr J. M. Imlay; £lB 12s to Mesrs W. Webster and Co. Heifers £l9 7s Mr J. Mitchell ; £l7 12s Mr •T. M. 16s Mr W. G. Falconer; Stores £l6. Milch cows £2O. Fat pigs 107

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

14 Nov 1867

tae caa on his Grace! He had been noo paying rent for sax years till his Grace and be thocht it was an unco thing to be gean siller sae lang and no keen his laird. In Scotland he aye kent his laird!' His Grace, in warmly and kindly welcoming his tenant,

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

13 Dec 1860

inquiry. ' That became the laird's hame, and, peace be to his manes, replied the guide, continuing sing as before, and plait the straw rope about his fingers. - , Do you know anythingvegarding-it ? The guide now looked as if his hearing powers were at fault

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

14 Aug 1902

proit caily period. xvli -/’ . a!-*. lavo'vrd iu trouble with his i hi- eld- CM. son :oel heir who died witmu f* . lii* curious pJt*ve» the lady was hi the wrong for July 1592 she pledget! comio to the Kirk *

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

22 Jun 1865

against Mr Dyce Nicol, it would needless delicacy refrain from comment on this extraordinary action, which throws curious light the liberality the Liheral laird of Ballogic. The case lies in nutshell. To improve his own property and to promote his own

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Stonehaven Journal

Stonehaven Journal Kincardineshire, Scotland

11 Jan 1900

manner than the circumstances in which his lordship is placed would permit. They would liave liked to see him amongst them, to liave had the honour of a shake of his hand, and to have pledged his health in his presence. Disappointed in these wishes,

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