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  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
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The Graphic

The Graphic London, England

14 Sep 1929

the North) with his party at the Aboyne Games. From left) Mr. Bradley Campbell, Lady Huntly, Miss Isabel Meuser, Lord Huntly, and Miss Marjorie Meuser. The Misses Meuser are the American nieces whom Lady Huntly has adopted THE CELT IN HIS GLORY (From left)

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Graphic

Graphic London, England

14 Sep 1929

the North) with his party at the Aboyne Games. From left) Mr. Bradley Campbell, Lady Huntly, Miss Isabel Meuser, Lord Huntly, and Miss Marjorie Meuser. The Misses Meuser are the American nieces whom Lady Huntly has adopted THE CELT IN HIS GLORY (From left)

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The Bystander

The Bystander London, England

1 Oct 1930

everyone. Back in Town One or two people like Lady Louis Mountbatten, Lord Sefton, Lord Plunket, and others, have been back tor some time, but others like Lady Alexandra Metcalfe, Lady Brownlow, Lady Curzon, Mr. Willie Rhinelander Stewart, and so on, were

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

30 Dec 1911

Berland. Lady Jersey, Lady Ellesmere. Lady Ilchester, amt the Dowager Lady Ilidiester, Lady Londesbormigh, Lady Farquhar, and Mrs Asquith. The year 1911 has seen many important marriages, among others those of Lord and Lady Linlithgow. Loral and Lady Hardwicke

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

28 Oct 1911

..ft right editing, the Countess of t ininard, Mr. Mr Wilfred Agliley, tie of Mr Hrlli, 11, rhert.Mn. Arthur the Countess Northbrook, the Furl of Mr Liming. and lady Mildred Lett to right th.. hart of Mr Arthur and the arl Northbrook. Nlajesties of Spain

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Sporting Life

Sporting Life London, England

23 Jan 1906

and (Mr went one snile and a aalf. Peppermint alone did similar work. Chiretta (Mr Balteel) and Hope of the East traversed the same course. Shaun boo (Mr Bulteel), Mount l*>thian. and Monaco galloped two miles and half. Bunny, The Defil, Honestus. Hi. Ora

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

2 Oct 1946

Lord and Lady Belhaven and their two small daughters the Hon. Mrs. Langton Iliffe Miss Christina Munro-Mackenzie with her sister, who have taken Lady Cargill's cottage at Aboyne, where they weave the most en trancing tweeds on their loom Mr. Francis

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The Graphic

The Graphic London, England

3 Feb 1900

PEATS By S. R. CROCKETT. CHAPTER I. THE BONNET LAIRD NINIAN MAC LURG, Laird of Millwharchar, in the hill country of Galloway, took off his broad blue bonnet and wiped his brow. It was customary for lairds at that time to wear broad-brimmed hats which came

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The Sketch

The Sketch London, England

19 Oct 1927

SCOTTISH LANDOWNER AND HIS DAUGHTERS (f^ |/y COL. FARQUHARSON OF INVERCAULD WITH MRS. EDWARD COMPTON AND MRS. ROBIN D'ERLANGER. J JJ. THE CHRISTENING OF MR. AND MRS. HENRY MOND'S INFANT f|< f/ DAUGHTER KARIS VALERIE WITH HER NURSE, MR. AND MRS. f MOND, AND THEIR

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The Sphere

The Sphere London, England

18 Feb 1922

MR. BALFOUR RETURNS TO ENGLAND His Great Success at Washington On Tuesday last Mr. A. J. Balfour arrived back in England after his labours as chief of the British Delegation at the Wash ington Conference. Of all the prominent statesmen and diplomats who

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The Graphic

The Graphic London, England

7 Feb 1920

from the tenantry, with Mr. A. Burr, the oldest tenant on his left, and Mr. William Duthie, of Collvnie, the great shorthorn breeder, apd Lady Aberdeen on his right while No. 8 is a favourite seat of Kemble, the actor, during his visits to the Premier Earl

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Graphic

Graphic London, England

7 Feb 1920

from the tenantry, with Mr. A. Burr, the oldest tenant on his left, and Mr. William Duthie, of Collvnie, the great shorthorn breeder, apd Lady Aberdeen on his right while No. 8 is a favourite seat of Kemble, the actor, during his visits to the Premier Earl

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West Middlesex Gazette

West Middlesex Gazette London, England

23 Jan 1904

ssen's Wedding, M.. A. Davis; sang What's the as of loving • Girl t Mr. R. Crook ; wed There i. • laail. Mr. A. J. ; wag My Old Detail, Mr. G. Brows ; song Funs., Ore., Mr. J. Wakes comic song A I.l'll Bukhara, Me. J. Barrows; song Maly in

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The Bystander

The Bystander London, England

31 Jan 1906

voice. Of such an hero and his lady-love, the heroine, Mr. Herbert Swears has made excel lent capital with his skit, Hero and Heroine at the Palace Theatre. It is one of the merriest bits of fooling seen in a long day. Mr. Arthur Playfair and Miss Kate

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Westminster Gazette

Westminster Gazette London, England

16 Apr 1925

with Lady Marion's somewhat y.—Rtutar. King sent his secretary to inquire an to Ludy Marian's condition. The King's Private Physician was ako among those who hastene4 to Lady assistance.—Exchange. THE NARROW ESCAPE OF KING BORIS. HOW HE REPLACED HIS SHOT

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Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News

Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News London, England

15 Nov 1913

the meeting, both of which lie won. Mr. Stollery is doing his best for Mr. Asche to get one of the dogs nominated for the Waterloo in February, but as the owner of the team does not arrive in London till January 15th his greyhounds will not be seen out before

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The Era

The Era London, England

26 Nov 1910

Proprietor and Manager, Mr. Sydney Spenser. -Mr. J. C. Lodge* Percy and repertoire company opened on Monday Mr. Barnes of New York. Mr. J. C. Lodge- Percy gave a clever portrayal of Mr. Barues; Mr. F. D. Howard was subtle Count Danello; Mr. A. Money was a bluff

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

12 Jul 1944

Grand Old Man of Scottish Song Sir Harry Lauder, Laird of Lauder Ha' Lauder Ha', Stralhaven, Lanarkshire His Son's Portrait by Mr. Cowan Dobson With His Bust by Sir William Reid Dick By the Fireside With His Niece, Greta Photographs by Pictorial Press Sir

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Daily Telegraph & Courier (London)

Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) London, England

11 Apr 1905

15 MN1 54 . Rm. 444 and Se. Mantles. THE ADMIRAL'S LADY. to soy lostrwwl4 tee 14815 BMWs CROWN THlATlM,Peekbant.-Tel. 412. Hop- rag= ItIOHTLF. at 7.411. MATINZR at I.ll.the sew treNNI OCR FLAT. Mr. J. J. DALLAS as but ..i i c 0.,. tar NW two 4per web

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Daily Telegraph & Courier (London)

Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) London, England

29 May 1907

1..,V. Ira 11 at Ir. arm Mr_ M. LC- roma war Willa /Ur A:0 Il a' lsrar . A' . ass ..r. n ran' &so.. 17. ad, Id irsi. .. U. 1. All d APA QTAIIOIIIII I I. Ira C. L. or a IL • ~MN 6: net. 41711. a aims 10 Mr room •••••-••W__C•..en I ludA

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