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  • County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1860 - 1869
  • Type: Illustrated

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Glasgow Morning Journal

Glasgow Morning Journal Lanarkshire, Scotland

11 Feb 1862

unless, indeed, he be altogether unqualified for the duties of his situation. There may be something in his elocution, in his style of address, in his mode of illustration, or even in his personal appearance and demeanour, which will excite interest and

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Glasgow Morning Journal

Glasgow Morning Journal Lanarkshire, Scotland

21 Dec 1865

the same parties, for Mrs Hamilton, whom Mr M'Gill highly eulogised. Mr Haanifem tep’.i d, ev - under bt ong emotion, and the meeting wai afterwards addressed by Mairhead, Mr Jae.Neilson Park, Mr Thomas Davidson, Mr George Pearson, Mr George Paterson, and

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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 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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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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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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Glasgow Morning Journal

Glasgow Morning Journal Lanarkshire, Scotland

15 Jan 1864

had still a small balance on hand. Mr Walker moved the adoption of the report, which was seconded by Mr James Smith, and agreed to. The meeting was afterwards addressed by Mr J. S. Langlands, Mr W. S. Laird, and Mr John Rowan, the speeches of whom bore

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Glasgow Free Press

Glasgow Free Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

5 Jan 1867

»» still permitted occupy the house, the other cases were the following : A young ,a named James Laird died, after eight hours’ illness o* Monday. Laird was member the Volunteer corps* The funeral undertaker for the Parochial authorities, named Janies

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Glasgow Free Press

Glasgow Free Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

2 Dec 1865

for a new toast. Sir John, however, after having taken his place the young lady, became remarkably abstemious, for, true to bis principle, he divided his attention between the two objects of his affection. Perhaps he was slightly too partial to the duties

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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

8 Jan 1866

of January 1766. Mr. Laurence Oliphant was charged by the Nero-York Herald with being a Confederate bondholder. Hs repudiated the insinuation in a letter to the Herald, which that journal declined to print. Mr. Oliphant now published his denial in the Times

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Glasgow Morning Journal

Glasgow Morning Journal Lanarkshire, Scotland

14 Jun 1862

the advice of Mr Corky, and Mr Laird, and Sir J. P akinotom, and to embark in this sagacious enterprise, Mr Disraeli would sound again to better purpose his war cry of Retrenchment,” and then all these gentlemen would immediately swell his triumph. If the

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Glasgow Free Press

Glasgow Free Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

5 Oct 1861

the 34th ult.. Feast Our Lady Mercy, his lordship, the Right Rev. Murdoch, attended oy the Rev. J. M’Ginms, acting chaplain to the convent, and the Rev. T. Doud, 8. Marys, blessed the chapel and convent, dedicating them to Our Lady and St Joseph. At eleven

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Glasgow Free Press

Glasgow Free Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

22 Jul 1865

has not robbed, he is not bad citizen. All his life is occupied in instructing us, in teaching ns to cherish rirtne and love our country. He is good, just, and holy; ask his liberty of yon; restore hfln to his children, because we are bis sons. He loves

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Glasgow Morning Journal

Glasgow Morning Journal Lanarkshire, Scotland

28 Nov 1862

converted into a Greek Sovereign, consider it his duly to ffiscountenanoe and thwart the known aspirations his subjects, would it not be possible that his popularity might suffer in the strife, and the safety of his throne so, would it not possible that Britain

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Glasgow Morning Journal

Glasgow Morning Journal Lanarkshire, Scotland

24 Feb 1864

family, his man servant and bis maid servant, his ox and his ass, and the shoemaker and the tailor who came once or twice a year make bis shoes and garments, went wholly to the landlord, who was not only his principal, but almost his only creditor. The owner

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Glasgow Free Press

Glasgow Free Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

23 Mar 1861

improvements introduood into Stock of ■.■wi oitttaH Trewurers: - Mr PETER JACK has the pleasure of annonnc* X Assurance have been embraced in the plan ofBpERCHA BOOTS and SHOES, all his own Viscount FWLDIN6, Vurount CAMPDEN, this Institution; and. addition

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Glasgow Morning Journal

Glasgow Morning Journal Lanarkshire, Scotland

16 Jun 1862

in Lancashire. a»d his own cheque for £5 the undertaking. THE POPULARITY PRESIDENT MR HOPE TUB AMERICAN I PORTRAIT OF FRF\. u LINCOLN. | QUESTION. (Fr> . m .. v f \ ; ACp^ tkc Timt* York Comqtmdent.) ThL* follow inj; letter from Mr Beresford Hepe *p.

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Glasgow Morning Journal

Glasgow Morning Journal Lanarkshire, Scotland

13 Aug 1862

ha.l been Mr oimtioumg ,n the ta.Ue.te MrWooahavin* amce died, they no, Mr Bat tiros was am«.inted moderate in the aeomm. of Ltsmore, and Mr K.us, prevhrr, drew! the eongeegation vacant. .a . .poai r,ml! Mr lees sh.-ul.l located .1 U

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Glasgow Morning Journal

Glasgow Morning Journal Lanarkshire, Scotland

29 May 1862

Muss Rawson, Mr A. C. Rawsou Mr in many of the parishes from which re- Dundee for the purp.se of having their stifiends de- ■ Early. Mr S. Alder, Mr F. Ortiz. Mr IJ. Inclar. Mr turns had been received, the committee were of opinion clare Hi. and for recovering

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