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  • County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Article

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

25 Jul 1863

breechelout of broadcloth, and deer-skin leggings, lie had a lady's fine shawl wrapped around his head, Ad one around his waist as a sash; he wore no arms, but car- ried a seven-shooter in his hand. It is a fact not generally known that the principle of

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

1 Apr 1893

and continuous, guieted down, and Mr M\orrison addressed a fewr words to the gathering. He thanked them from his heart for the welcome they had given to himself and his wife. Ile had no doubt it was mairily due to his wife, wbo bad the old Campbell blood

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Glasgow Sentinel

Glasgow Sentinel Lanarkshire, Scotland

20 Dec 1856

quantities of the north of this river. The Southrons called to the Mr Gallon, Mr Colonel Steele, Cupt. Vardcn, Northmeiq and told them that they had some property be- Mr Uran ic, and Mr Gordon Curaining—-all them tralonging to the Doctor, who was held

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Bellshill Speaker

Bellshill Speaker Lanarkshire, Scotland

25 Mar 1899

gleamed under their bushy brows. Hi* dress waa quite odd a* himself. His feet were encased in strong tacketted boot*, hi* spindle shanks in coarse of brown Alloa nee,>reec,ics of cloth * «wn®, with brass buttons, collar up to his ears, and to crown the w hole

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

19 May 1894

sri his sholLiders, his long and almost too straight nesc his sunken cheeks, and his candid blue eVe. I had not been two days in his house when in his narrow chest and intermittent cough I discovered tile reason for the languour which had vexed his mother

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

1 Jun 1894

surroundings. Of Mr Moreton Macdonald, their young laird, whose name is always coupled with his sister's, lbe could say a great daeL The laird's past was a promise for the future-the promise of a noble and useful life to his country and to his houne, the Largie

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

15 Aug 1884

Six turiougs, straight. Mr R. Carlngton's Potentiate, Oct 7lb G. Barrett 1 Mr Leopold de Rotta.thild's Wythate, Oct Itlb Mr T. Jennings's Jane, est 1115. Gostsr 3 Mr John Charlton's Lady Katharine, Bst edb..H. alecetin 0 Mr A. 11. Sadler's Aunt Sally

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

27 Jun 1872

PRESENTATION TO MR RAMSAY OF;: KILDALTON BY His TENANTRY. Mr Ramsay and his tenants met in the Parochial A Schoolhouse, Port-Ellen, on IThursday last, for the terd purpose of handing over to him and Mrs RamsaySer, n a very handsome piece of plate, an

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Glasgow Gazette

Glasgow Gazette Lanarkshire, Scotland

1 Mar 1851

gentleman. Mr. Goulburn. Mr. Gladstone, Mr. (’ardwell, and others. have best reason* for stating, that Lord Canning and Mr Gladstone not only declined the proposition made them Lord Stanley, but did so in the bum I summary manner consistent with Mr Henley

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Glasgow Gazette

Glasgow Gazette Lanarkshire, Scotland

6 Sep 1851

fiutra. nM.KAL or TUI LAIRD -OP ULSATTUI [KILSYTH], the Noblemen .cotleiMß who attends the - |jurd I •ton, Lady'MvgtP Itolboum.) >«nU (Sir WtlliAiß daughter Lord The of February IW. poyntit for the Bahai the |iia‘ corps at the hi < deriothe hour that day

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

18 Jan 1890

are as follows : President, Mr Thomas Oliver; vice -(resident, Mr George S. Davidson ; secretary, Mr Robt Fairlie; assistant-secretary, Mr Jae. Davidson ; treasurer, Mr Wm. Renton; librarian, Mr George Hogg; leader of praise, Mr David Findlay; chairman of

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

9 Sep 1889

,THE ROME-COMING OF MR MUNRO- FERGUSON AND HIS BRIDB. a, | DEMONSTWhTION AT KIRECLDY. i tit Ons Saturday afternoen Mr Munro-FergUcID, M.P., and his bride, Lady Helen, received a most enthusiastic and hearty reception from the ?? e. of Kirkcaldy on arriving

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

12 Nov 1898

not well have baitl mo duch ' fuluess in his life who was condermned. ito spend his time btcwveen his pocket-bork and a j the sclholastic exercises of his youth. .n in time, of course, the outlook of the laird, 4. even of the type set fc,rth under lordly

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

9 Oct 1869

fi w, propriate remarks, proposed Mr H~enry B3. Ca&Q der, who, while serving on this statija; ia n Dnncana, had won for himseelf gelden spe.^ Mr Henry briefly replied, and iB a few hippy t tencts gave The Ladies, a toast whis h ?? - no less than

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Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News

Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News Lanarkshire, Scotland

26 Apr 1895

approach the Laird. Going up to the house he met the laird, who accosted him with— Well, Mr C—. boo are ye the day V Fine, my Lord—laird. I mesa muttered Willie, I hope your quite well youreen What's op wi' ye the Mr C—t said the laird. Oka

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

16 Jul 1892

number of very entertaining prose sketches and reminiscences, Mr Wright has now published in book form with the title Laird Nisoll’s Kitchen and other Scottish Stories.” From the village where his youth was spent, with its delightful lack of railways aud

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

6 Nov 1890

1899. 1 Mr Gladstene was driven iute Inneritben I yesterday by Miss Tennant, the daughter of his . . - *_1_ a MPICEKo h.. I best, Sir Charles Tenuant. The right hon. gentliman wra accompanied by Mrs Gladstone, Lord Elrin, Sit Charles Teizalx, Lady RIbbles-

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

2 Sep 1893

J, Bell, Mr Graham Bmny, Mr D. Y. Cameron, Miss A. M. Cowieson, Mr G. Straton Ferrier, A. C. Fraser, Miss F. C. Haig, Mr Tom Hunt, Mr Frank Laing, Mr David Martin, Peter Mackie, Mr T. Macnec, Mr J. Thorhurn Rosa, Mr R. Easton Stuart, and Mr John Terris

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

20 Dec 1879

' Baud yesterday—Sir James Gardiner Laird ing—a special building committee irw appointed 1 to superintend proposed building operation* at ' poorhou.-e, to give accommodation for l'J additional inmates, The liev. Mr M'.Nair, Canongate, said that the custom

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

3 Jul 1880

was disposed of vadat the hammer. Mr. Cartwright, who owed Goo, ge Frelerick. the Derby wins*: urt sad Ely, the winner of wauy racing oups. including the Goodwood Cap, is IiOA was in the habit of colebratiag his wistaria os the turf by laying down

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