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Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror London, England

22 Feb 1930

Amen tomb explorations. LAIRD'S BRIDE.—Mr. James Drummond- Hay and his bride, formerly Lady Margaret Douglas-Hamilton, at their home, Seggieden, Perthshire, at the conclusion of their honeymoon.—(By photo-telephony.) __ ____. Mr. Reuben Fowell, who has

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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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Harrow Observer

Harrow Observer London, England

20 Jun 1975

fast bowler John Price, paceman Bruce Laird and Alan Hurst, the latter two Australian tourists. Laird. opening with Price, hit 19. but the main contribution from a total of 110 came from V. Gough (40). The score was in the nineties before Henry Pinkus

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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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The Queen

The Queen London, England

21 Dec 1895

THE QUEEN, THE LADY'S NEWSPAPER. THE FARMER'S SALE AND PURCHASE, the ladies present were Lady Curses, Mrs Tennant, Countess Cowley, would be completely organised before 1898, in which year the Mrs moan.Burna-•Hartopp, Hon. Mrs Feminism, Mrs Pennington ,

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

16 Jan 1886

lad week, and our meant sketches fora the complement to it in of portraiture and drew may be npcs and Lady gave every &Wit, to cur &Aid to do his THE Mr/MLR BALL AT THE MANSION HOUSE. s yap et.) A fall of AL pleasant Twelfth Night km already in last issue

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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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British Press

British Press London, England

8 Sep 1820

DOG DAYS IN BOND-STREET. The principal Chancier+ , -by Mr. Terry, Mr. Junes, Mr. Mr. Russell, Mr Barnard, Mr. Williams, Mr. Hemmond, Mr. Slortiumi, Mr. Menage. Mrs. Pearce, Mrs. Watbiases, and Mrs. Mardyo. After which the

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Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror London, England

5 Jul 1904

Game. In the third set Lemaire's play, which had been getting better all through, reached its zenith, and his work at the net, well backed up by his partner at the back of the court, for a long time held the brothers in check. The games were called 1 all

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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 Sketch

The Sketch London, England

26 Apr 1899

MR. MUNRO-FERGUSON AND HIS HOME. Mr. Munro-Ferguson, whose name as one of the junior Opposition Whips was frequently mentioned in connection with the appointment of a successor to the late Tom Ellis, will, when Lord Rosebery, his friend and political

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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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British Press

British Press London, England

26 Mar 1818

Robert Bell, Esq. Advocate - . 1 1 0 William Newhiniult. Esq. - - 1 1 0 Mrs. Amill, Pristor-street - . 0 10 6 Major Horsburall - - - 1 1 0 Mr. James Worn Rose -court - - 0 10 6 Mrs. Mr. .1: Lyal, Re. Aadrew. ; R. M. K.; Surgeon Jobs M`ka)e, ss. rack ; and

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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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Illustrated London News

Illustrated London News London, England

24 May 1845

with 60 added. Mr. Cuthbert’s Queen Tyne, 6yrs, 7st 101 b Mr. Meiklam’s Plillip, 5 yrs, 7st 121 b The Free Stakes of 20 sovs each, with 25 added. The second saves his stake Lord Verulam’s colt, Liverpool, out of Corumba .. (Cotton) Mr. Coleman’s Velox

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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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