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  • County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1870 - 1879
  • Type: Illustrated

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

2 Aug 1873

him in Parliament, but favouring Mr Jenkins' election, was declared carried by a majority over a motion in Mr Stephen's favour. It was announced that. notwithstanding this, Mr Stephen would continue his candidature. Mr Yeaman addressed two district meetings

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North British Daily Mail

North British Daily Mail Lanarkshire, Scotland

10 Aug 1878

on. About nix Mr T. Land's Lady :ALAI, '.yrs. 400 (Carlin.) I Mr WrUl.'a Japes. A., HL .. (0. Darter) Date blarer,r, tyro, 741310 .. (11.11.) 3 Mr Wyllle's 511 a, ant Ilb (IL Leans) Wm. Marshall's Danbury Lae, bra. 7st 1110 Malwan) 0 Mr Joint Sal'. Juno

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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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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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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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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

22 Nov 1879

Eaglaed to one of the to. Mr said be had a letter traria( the character of Mr :ray, but is theeghe it lin Witt to reed it to the ram plait Mr Gray not pemeet A Tat of confidence in Vr Grey ' bat it ultimately resolved to gamma i.e.,mr stand • public mating

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

30 Aug 1873

Remember that she can't come back here,' said Mrs Glint, spitefully. I won't have her in this house. If you want- to find her, look for Mr Darrel Meer, and follow hint. I have reason to think that the young lady is somewhere in Bolton, or she may have gone

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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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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

8 Nov 1879

*heir statism of deeding with Mr Macrae, wth takes to teak by the Edinburgh V.P. Presbytery cost Tuesday, his essduct being Laid to immune oppoottion to constituted authority. Mr Mill apologised. A 110116.frcuLs Tesaday night Mr John Ferguata addreeeed a

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

30 Jun 1879

charged with cutting and wonnding his wife with intent to do bar grievous bodily barm. Mr. Superinieudeut Jervis said that one o’clock the same morning the prisoner was upstairs la his bedroom cutting some tobacco, when his William went him, also with knife

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

2 Mar 1870

Irish Executive Government Mr Madden, of Hilton Park, Clones, from the magistracy. BKAHDS THE AKMT. In reply W Mr Staoipools, Captain VIVIAN stated that the ConnnanJer-m- had antbomcd the beanie in the Indian Army, hut that hi* Royal l y' ° „ {he order

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

7 Mar 1870

m it otherwise would have been. Mr Alex. Reid, presided, and among those on the platform were the Rev. Barclay, U.P., Dnnscore Rev. Mr Pollock, hree Church. Dunscore ; Rev. Machrav, Independent Church, Dumfries ; Rev. Mr Scott, U. P, (IrarcK Dumfries.

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

22 Dec 1870

yesterday, before Sheriff Robison, Mr. John Rubertson, solicitor in Girvan, was charged with a*- Walter M’Gillvray, engineer, residing Drura- W parish Kirkoswald, 4th October last. Mr. Robertson pleaded not guilty, and conducted his own defence. After evidence

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

22 Apr 1870

v. Mr Gw*. WUl^n. Mr'M'llt; Kcv. JkmU. IUV. O. A>' Mr Brown, Lyon, Or Grey, M.D., Or Georste MtUtT, Itcv M.A., R«v. DrtWg, t> Vorr-it. Rev. Or M , . m r« Thotnson, A 1 Hev. Mr Roberta•n. Mo Sinclair. letter*. M l p c, -Tacob Bright, M.F., Mr ICi-MWiM

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

5 Nov 1879

toSstsd Book (sau whlsh had ths BSlisa d Mr. R. Hacast, astswdsd by Mr. O-WOtaato U.CCIL*' Jii Iraitfal problsnaa aad raalisod its Boat •planilid sat of, a staaa, Irsß ths oatward oomaa- Liriasstoa. Mr. Jsha Laird was apyitotld to SSSB 1.-— Uto prohlsßi

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

30 Jun 1870

wanted try my lu< k and net what, would of ; and afraid,” a hied, with.» Uiat hali’l what a.»y my pendeceexora diil. Mr Bear dinner, two th. • I io» in company. After the th.th was n uioved. Mr Hear, who was «iDg*r, wan called L* üblij;. the company with

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

26 Apr 1870

Ac- i, travelling the 1 . Mr Erskmc. Attics, but that an m n, at G.:M)a.in., turned from an interview a, ‘rfingly, .m Mo ? •dAP»{.u iiMl( t,r, Mr impw d.«*Yt for the th. r»rty, „ th .t very bm. ter rit„ry. where they Vyner. Mr Herbert, Secrvtwrytj hri

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

15 Dec 1879

When Mr, Killen had walked out of the court, Mr. lies, are told, remained for about a quarter of au hour apparently absorbed in reflection. then quietly gathered np his paper/, and, retiring from the court, despatched to the Dublin one of his denunciations

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

25 Dec 1879

proper season. i ttish judge of the old school, playing ii to lady of rank, his partner, and r.ct entirely aperove, “What are doin’, and then suddenly recollecting himself, n » L-cgj.ed, lady, 1 look ye tor my aio :ir.««ter always enforced the necessities

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Glasgow Evening Citizen

Glasgow Evening Citizen Lanarkshire, Scotland

16 Dec 1870

the requirements of vessels war for this couutry. The two lady members, says a correspondent, sat together on the right of the chairman, and next Mr. Russell Gurney. Lord Lawrence sat the side Mr.Hepwortb Dixon, corner the chamber, behin3 the chair. Miss

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