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  • County: Midlothian, Scotland
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Illustrated

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

11 Nov 1848

Buchnbai, his only child, was, on his conversion, forcibly taken frotu hint by his relatives, but restored again by British court of law ; and be bad securest her safety by sending her to Europe,a voyage of many thousand miles, with a lady, the wife of

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

13 Aug 1832

of Cumberland. His Majesty held levee, receiving those first entitled the privilege of the entrie. Lord was to his Majesty on his return to England, from his Embassy St Petersburg!!, by Viscount Palmerston, his Majesty’s principal Secretary of State

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

27 Dec 1832

succeed them ? Mr Hume, Mr Cob. bett, Mr Buckingham, Mr Gully, Mr Whittle Harvey, the five O’Connella, Mr Roebuck, Dr Doyle, Mr Attwood, Tom Duneomhe, and Mr Long Welfeafer,. together with Mr Walter, the proprietor Mr Stanle/ may

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

25 May 1842

resumsd his duties at Bombay with all his characteristic energy. The Committee are happy to have an opportunity of recording their grateful sense of the ability, seal , and success, with which, during the absence both of Dr Wilson and of Mr Nisbet, Mr Murray

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

1 Sep 1841

oodent writes us that there hes clothes' between Used His has so Wt we do sot *Misr his to a bait. We think, however, as origin the dispute is is, homes at least, in the right. Another hi. sent in his to --UAW Tut: AMENDED ADDRES!..--The followisiF are

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

15 Jun 1842

and one of the fair daughters the Earl of Cawdor.—Morniwg Poet. Viscount Kelburue, M.P. Mr James Doff, M.P, le Right Hoe. Sir William Rae, M.P., Mr Campbell, f. P., Mr John Irving, 31. P, and a numerous deptitaen of Scotch Members of Parliament, had an interew

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

19 Sep 1846

amlp-aatoceuf Perapectivr; FRENCH and 1 ITALIAN and —Mr Mr Mona Air Mr Diersom. .111 r Swam. Dry,ez. ' lir J. T. Stamm Mr J. T. Samos. Mr EDNe,DS. Mn Air the Musical Assistants receive molar Private and Mr D. Mr Mr GrAMAN Yr DAN r C H INO sad Mon. & Mad. D'Ea

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

25 Apr 1846

the oaths and hie seat for the borough of MaHoe, in the room of Mr Childers, who hes accepted the of Steward of the Chiltern Mr Rich also took the wed his seat for Ridsmond. in the room of Mr It idky Colhome. The Qualms/eery Passage and Welt Petty Crates*

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

7 Mar 1846

won't tab, cannot take from rho of d States • question of territorial right, reply, informs Mr will trs•smit Mr Polk's decisive at Look. from Mr Pakenhano to Mr the Goverment of the United Jaded States cleint.the whole of Ore- Iritain also snorted right

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

29 Feb 1840

:fusion proftssed by Mr !Steuart in his address and explanations ; and declaring their conviction that Mr Drummond's address and explanations were altogether unsatisfactory. The resolutions pointed out the peculiar feature of the measure Mr Drummond would support

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

4 Feb 1843

per do. Mr Porteous, Bth Ward, (per Mr Brune) Mr Finlay, Colligate, per do. Mr Thomson. ditto, per do. Mr Dowe, ditto, per do. . Mr Christie, ditto, per do. . Mr Meek, ditto, per do. . Mr Shaw, ditto, per do. . Mrs Robertsee, ditto, per 4. Mr !Mee', ditto

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

8 Nov 1848

poison of deadly mature and of most powerful eff. mt. Mr Jones, as sees as ►e heard of Mrs Ismyth's Ulnae, discovered hie awful mistake, and hastened to Joni's'', house, wham met with Mr Taylor. Mr Joan imssedi. &lel, told him what a frightful error ha

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Edinburgh Evening Courant

Edinburgh Evening Courant Midlothian, Scotland

28 Jun 1832

of volcanoes, Ac. . Tickets to Ladies and Gentlemen, One Guinea each, a single Ticket admitting a Lady and tleman, One Guinea and Hair, to be had at tbe shops of Messrs Maclschlan and Stewart, opposite the College; and Mr Grant, bookseller, NichoUon Street

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

11 Dec 1844

ble rumours and conjectures were hi circulation, as to the extent of Mr —'a delinquencies, and the parties involved by frauds. All that ran be stated in the meantime is, that Mr --, with a stipend of L4OO a-year, his absconded,—that there eon be little

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

5 Sep 1840

to t. Mr Muir then moved that the Prishytery proceed to consider the special objection made by the parishioners of Kirkhuddo against Mr Arkle) . * settlement, and the several certificates as to state of health. Mr Wilson moved, seconded by Mr Laird of

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

1 Jan 1842

occasion, Mr C. has OWN.- quently made arrangements, and has commenced an extraordinary SALE of not only the late Consignments, bat also the Loner of the tea►ns Sync% at present in his Establishment, to which be respectfully i wetter wren tem Mr Cocsa•a

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

5 Nov 1845

wry • WWI Wee or to who may Mo law. wows. it w.. mike Mr BIM Ormatem Meer I. rlr me Ms Mr slew Wee It seise I Ow Ms err by Mr Ember T 4 5h..m. a N i ' • • od Wo I of Probaromor. NiskCerssi by Mr Crew. Tu. Wowed rusty wall aboraWly t s Tl=ll Lino .m

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

22 Jan 1845

liamingtem it Pima, His. Mr Healy, parish is the seem whir; Healy muds ems area madam of ark, the mereas Wray. at Pima, at whisk Mar rites task saw, sad several rpro► rose Mr Mealy ; the of that Mr Healy mewl him at the from akar. the lid, His. Mr May leek ammaise

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

16 Aug 1832

Elliott (who honoured the company with his presence) next proposed the health lof the young Laird of Cavers, After which the chairman gave the health of Mrs Douglas of Gayer*. Mr Turnbull Spittal proposed the health Lady Grace Douglas. Sir VVilliam Elliott«

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

6 Aug 1845

assert, certainly, to weal prayers, tai.de his •ppearatsee. H. take. I. Mr Wylie's home ty a satire ammo isdoestre. 11. had been imprisoned nearly three werks, kat, were et by the attempt@ to mere the his frieeda devisel • very inaeoiom mime. They

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