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

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

23 Jul 1870

Mar’s great UnhUng-match {(Jloved hi* entnmes into Perth. have already that the laird of,Gask was a prudent man; on this critical emergency his prudence did not dss*s*t bus. • There could Iw no question as td where his Vart was; but, like many others th*

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

28 Feb 1885

good mazy, including the auld laird, the young and now I'm under the auld laird again ; and let us rejoice that of them all he is the most able and the most willing to help his tenants to be able to help themselves, which Mr Goodlet will confirm. (Applause

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

8 Jan 1887

Brander, Clarkston ; Rev. Mr Green,Greengairs ; ex-Provost Black, Honorary Sheriff Russell, Mr Gavin Black, Mr William Black, Mr James Mitchell, Aachengray ; Bailie Brown, Mr J. M. Alston, etc. On the motion of Mr Green, Mr Whitelaw took the chair, and

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

18 May 1889

Still there was no doubt that Mary was a granddaughter of the Laird, and as his heart would probably warns to a daughter of his dead son, it was resolved to lay toe matter before him. The Laird had just returned from Edinburgh, and Silas went to the Castle

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Glasgow Morning Journal

Glasgow Morning Journal Lanarkshire, Scotland

29 Jul 1863

Croea-examination continued—Sometimes when Mr Tennent comes sits and talks to my father. can’t say that be talks to for half an hour sometimee. Mr Gordon—Your s*ster is fond his society, isn’t she Witness- No. Mr Gordon—You course are not? Witness—l not

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

8 Sep 1879

Reward for his Head.—Scene—Highland Farmyard ravelling Ratcatcher (to Landlord)—l see you’ve awfu’ lot o' vermin about, Laird. Laird—Yis! yts! the rats are running apoot in sou sand-, R. Hoo much will you gie to clear them the farm? -Laird—l’ll told you

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Bellshill Speaker

Bellshill Speaker Lanarkshire, Scotland

11 Feb 1899

Cairo. He lay resting 'tpon his elbow, one hand supporting hia head, . i.d his helmet was tilted forward so as almost completely to hide his face; but that he was not asleep was evidenced by an occasional clenching of his disengaged hand, us well the

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Glasgow Free Press

Glasgow Free Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

1 Apr 1865

responsibUity and paw chial control over the expenditure the rates. Mr Bankes Stanhope seconded the amendment a defended the landed proprietors. „ - After some remarks from Newdegate, Mr ton, and Mr Ferxand, the House divided »u £ Knightley’s resolution, which

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

19 Jun 1880

please send his address to his old friend, J. B.—Address J. B, Citizen Office. T H E G A ^ l E Tay Proprietor awl Director .Mr. C. BERNARD. MORNING PERFORMANCE, (TO-DAY) SATURDAY, at 2: Doors Open at 1.30. LES CLOCHES DE CORNEVILLE, LAST NIGHT. MR. 0. BERNARD'S

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

14 Feb 1891

condition ; but while he comforted her in his own way as best ha could, could ill c bia auger his laird’s eldest son. Ne’er heed him, my lassie,” he said, pressing her tearful face on his bosom ; a lad lutt that isna worthy tear o' thine. Tak’ tent tae.

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

11 Dec 1891

connection with swimming was Mr James Laird, and now he was the official handicapper, whom everybody knew and respected. In Mr Laird they bad practical swimmer, and one who knew every branch of the art thoroughly. Se well in his wort is he that it is only

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

16 Feb 1881

alas! poor John W.I his was unasked. In his agony of chagrin he lost his ad—to We a bog story short—lost his case. But be hod gained a valuable lesson. That appeal to an unpaged book Was mimic the Est, an it was very bear the bat, of his vitiated WI -ft—Antral=

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North British Daily Mail

North British Daily Mail Lanarkshire, Scotland

31 Mar 1880

present to his own mind. (Cheers.) The only gentleman with whom he was disposed to condole was his friend Mr Trevelyan. (laughter.) If he had a contest he (Mr Gladstone) really believed that it was • contest which was so ridiculous that he afraid Mr Trevelyaa

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North British Daily Mail

North British Daily Mail Lanarkshire, Scotland

21 Aug 1860

heal , Mrs A. kora it.. 1 Streik At residence, the Dr Cook, M.D. At Lewes emotes, ea the 19Ih ell 6tl tears, Mr William Beeharea. At Duablane. on the 116 Wet, Mr Aiwa 11.:4., and el the Moyal (obey hellebore' rush At 41 Pluto Ware* en task, Mr cedes,

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

6 May 1893

ooncern took place to D o uglas on Saturday, when about ladies and gentlemen drove there and in brakes supplied by Mr Gentleman, Wishaw. The Tympany, which included Mr and Mrs W. Paton and party, dined in Mrs Brown's Temper' ante Hotel, Lanark, and thereafter

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

16 Mar 1889

carpet. His schemes were entirely battled by the payment of his debt, and he could think of no other way of getting Walter into his toils at present. In short, he was so upset that he could not even muster up a Scripture phrase wherewith to garnish his co

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1870

declares that old laird was tho all the that were ever lan I Dio TOO Tsf£R. —Dm] you ever know lady that lowly Gask. “ man (hat own sho any lo bes flie was.’ rays our editor, “may readily gathered that would JJill m ever v from his own handwriting; he

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Scottish Referee

Scottish Referee Lanarkshire, Scotland

1 Jul 1898

three miles handicaps. Mr James , Rodger, hon. secretary, is energetically working up the meeting, a fact that goes far to aid in its success. His address is 14 Abbot Street, Maybole, and from him, Mr H. M`Quiston, Ayr, and Mr F. A. Lumley, Sauchiehall

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Glasgow Morning Journal

Glasgow Morning Journal Lanarkshire, Scotland

20 Sep 1858

infinite sum of money. It was only by way of adapting his estimate to onr finite capacity that the Laird of Glekoyle condescended on the small sum of £93,000, and little did he think doubtless that his moderation and generosity should have met with so thankless

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Scottish Banner

Scottish Banner Lanarkshire, Scotland

7 Jan 1860

of Baron—Sir C. Morgan, now Lord Trtdegar; Colon*! Wynihom, Lord Lt-eoafiold; Mr. Tattou Eger too. Lord Egortoo; Sir B. Hall, Lord Llandover; Mr. Vernon Smith. Lord and Mr. Laboucbure, Lord Taunton; besides which, Lord Canoiog has been made Earl; Lord

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