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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 Oct 1895

—POLICE JUDGE WALLACE. Mr Wallace entered the Town Council in 1883, and early impressed his colleagues with his shrewdness that was created a bailie three years later.. Without straining for the distinction in the slightest Mr Wallaoe has unanimous consent

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

21 Jan 1893

specially for this edition. The work will be illustrated Mr George Hutchinson. Mr Laird Clowes will contribute to the February number of the Fortnightly Review” an article The Uselessness of Gibraltar.” Mr J. Addington Symonds is work upon a “Study of Walt

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Coatbridge Express

Coatbridge Express Lanarkshire, Scotland

6 Apr 1887

said. an d y ou are eery alust submit, deer. My father is setting ha mind cal ray laird. I have right, no it and lady Mary is backlog him up in his designs. And if Lady Mary take' • thing tats head it it No dam Lord RlLVfOrint •Dore sr , Ana, generally

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

6 Jan 1883

away book before Mr Sarnia radiance. That gunman was present that evening. He had been there to welcome Mr Stirling, end be wee also there to welooms Mr Stirling's eueeesin, Mr ilenney. The occasion of the present meating was to wel. rows Mr Hammy es °owner

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

8 Jan 1895

secured long French papers are at hi to deacribs the ghastly ceremony miautd they please. The “Spectstot” alludes to laird Rosshei; man who recants soon s* he strong statement, and to Sir William Haas as man who watches his own opportua rather than the o

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

12 Mar 1892

words he left the case to his lordship, mu a ARORMAVIta urnmanias. Mrs Hargreaves, rising and his Lordship, with much emotion, As I have been one of the chid seams in this case-- His Loseesir —I don't think I ought to hear you, Mrs Hargreaves. unless you

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Scottish Referee

Scottish Referee Lanarkshire, Scotland

25 May 1891

and F. Matbeeon ; cycling, Mr A. Kettles and Mr D. W. referee of foot races, Mr Stewart Lawrie; handicapper, Mr Robert Livingstone; timekeepers, Mr A. O. Rennie and Mr R. Robertson; starter, Mr R. Hindis; clerk of the course, Mr D. C. Brown ; boo.* eecretanr

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

9 Dec 1868

THE VOYAGE IN THE OPEN BOAT. A lady survivor who was on board the No. 1 lifeboat, says: -When we were once clear of the other beats, the captain endeavoured by every means in his power to cheer up his men; bat a little while afterwards even hie indomitable

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

24 Aug 1889

years ago the late Mr. Henry Robertson, celebrated engineer, and is now owned his only son. Mr. Robertson, who died within tho last two 1 years, was a remarkable man. a Scotchman by . birth, and of tbe type that has carrioMr. Gladstose’s little

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Clyde Bill of Entry and Shipping List

Clyde Bill of Entry and Shipping List Lanarkshire, Scotland

11 Nov 1884

treatment if Col ns, Bunions. Ingrown Nails, &c., without pain. Private accommodation provided. Testimonials on application. Ladies and Gentlemen visited at home if required. A. & W.OCfi'ATERSON, 109 UNION STREET, GLASGOW. , twits Mlwer ACRE 231 Ar 'ANY

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

9 May 1889

CHILD'S aod YOUTHS' JAMES LAIRD will Sell, aaabwra. Manday, Mar. aommeaciiiA at I clock. Os TVUBAt. Mat. O'CLOCK BAIJB, BY AfCTIOM. BUILDINL MATEIIIALB, r.«rrao or raw • LATKB. METALS, PI.VMBBK WOBB, RKATTSO APPAKATCB AND PIPrSQ, Mr kftwa. Comm A Soil. A«

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

1 Nov 1879

along with many a brave Is low; and Mrs ow his hand and plucked the heavy mimeos Jaea married again in do months. and then held it softly againet her hair. eree. 4 .' o very odd people. he said, how do you ladies, footent Wok.' eu.l Annabel things

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Glasgow Gazette

Glasgow Gazette Lanarkshire, Scotland

19 Oct 1850

each week to visiting and examining the families of his congregation. His morning studies were employed, in the tirst place, in making some progress in his preparations for the ensuing Sabbath. His discourses lor that day were indeed begun on the Sabbath

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

25 Sep 1880

the Hoe. Lady E. find ' Alien Grant, H. F. MM.., Mien M'Lesti, and Mrs of Pennycross from Garnweth House, Ilr and Miss klosemen of Auchtifardle. Mr S. L. Bale, London; ti.. Mott, Norfolk: Or Somerville, FL , of Strati:view, a number of ladies from Lswark

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

9 Nov 1893

settlement of trade disputes. Mr W. \\. W. Keid, manager of the Alliance Assurance Company, Glasgow, has retired from that position, and his successor is Mr Stewart Lawrie, who has been associated with lleid for many years. Mr Keid still retains connection

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Coatbridge Express

Coatbridge Express Lanarkshire, Scotland

10 Dec 1890

in his espied, el carried his obstructive tactics to se degree than on the previous days, sea MS* member charged to his face with being a dirty trickster. Mr John O'Connor finally moved a resolution of regret at Mr Gladstone 's attitude, and Mr Abraham

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

7 Apr 1893

Dick,” or Harry,” as “Mr Brown,” Mr Jonea? 5 “Mr Robinson,” as the case may be. Bnt according to Mr Melloris ruling, there pwst be none of that VAMTLTARITY inside the house. gentleman known to his intimates as, say, Joe,” and to his tradespeople Longtick

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Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News

Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News Lanarkshire, Scotland

13 Jun 1890

is very quick with his tnague at, times. One day be wits standing over at the other side of the street speaking to • gentleman, when he noticed • lady enter his shop. He raw over to the shop at Once, and said:Goal morning, my lady, what would you like

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

8 Aug 1888

ueri.a, to feast his eyes on %Sidi he thrust his head and shoulders out of the carriage % vi s as,. His gratification, however, wu eviluestont. in as instant the wind had swept from his bead its covering of felt. and, with his lyart looks &intim:

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

15 Oct 1892

all very funny. That young cattle, with his mocking ways, his paradoxes and his extraordinary erudition, which h.L! been scraped together by a miracle in the thirty years of his exi.tence, could moderate come of his smartest speeches when they jarred ffirs

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