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North British Agriculturist

North British Agriculturist Midlothian, Scotland

16 Oct 1872

mechanical Horne Tooke his Diversities of Purley :—the nearest appro.& to intellectual relaxation that the Earl can make, in he has ocatessed, *mists in his diversions of parley streams Still, I oonlees it, I an disappointed in his lordship. Without that

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

1 Oct 1870

sad with hi. cheated hood on the pulpit, upecially who. claimant easiest rural said and predicting improdiag judgment. In sermon r parr sways his body to and fr. rare mach—ad rather dam, sea waylaid, liked beam a with doable motive Poem. Mr however

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

24 Feb 1945

Robert Moore , accompanied Mr Johnston and the party included Mrs Johnston , Mr J . J . Hardford , Permanent Assistant Under Secretary of State for Scotland , and Sir Patrick Laird , of the Department of Agriculture for Scotland . Mr Johnston learned that

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

7 Nov 1868

oerk week to toil hi family himself, And yet has trios err. ward be; laFal the thew, too do ore Iwerl .Moe. What Mr Made der it thaw , that hi. friends should noisily Ile re dose notbray. If he who the we of he wools! E:ho rye—when? Mr n erre. Behr& naming

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

5 Jan 1950

Huns- - )I,,odie and Mat Muriav side, Mr Murray. Mr Candlish. banjo. added more f un t o and Mr Campbell (soloists); Misr I Kirkham. Mr Campbell. and -liters I. a t er o xe . w i t h Na, Candlish (duettists): Mr • . delighted with their musical Blaikie

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

28 Mar 1935

fireworks, was short of tire green at the 4th in g NEWTONGRANGE. Mr Johnstone entered his diseent from the rendered by Mr Philip Malcolm and Mr Wm. In a reference to Mr Mercer, Mr Laird mid CRANsTOVN CHURCH WOMAN'S GuILD.-At the the Guild from Crichton

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Leith Burghs Pilot

Leith Burghs Pilot Midlothian, Scotland

26 May 1888

towards him, even alleging es hi , excuse the hit erneas of his disappointment a , the change. The blame, if blame there was, mu-t, according to Marjorie's idea, fall upon those wt., had led him to look upon these things as his milt. It was like crowning

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Leith Burghs Pilot

Leith Burghs Pilot Midlothian, Scotland

2 Jun 1888

offended if he had thought his dying wish was to be disregarded. She remembered, too, his own words, when they spoke together of spelt a marriage; and how, despite all his distrust 01 hi s nephew, he had insisted on the necessity of his inheriting, (hat the

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Leith Burghs Pilot

Leith Burghs Pilot Midlothian, Scotland

28 Apr 1888

whine he hem bard at work all day, end meth Den to his Win by the hack way. He proceeded hastily to del his w hi l a the Bdair at = w ra r sad was ethegath ahem hi his which mode him /amp aimed of his shoes, and brought the Perspiration out from every

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

8 Jul 1857

cirenmatance I frequently met with him in emsequence. His general subject of conversation was about ladies. He seemed vain of his success with ladies. By the Lard Justice-Clerk—Vain of what I He talked of ladies always looking at him when be passed along the

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Leith Burghs Pilot

Leith Burghs Pilot Midlothian, Scotland

13 Mar 1875

inquiry. What, Mrs Cuinunnu extlaimed Limood Wolfe, j,lfully extending hi. bawl. How do yam do ! rut well enough, was the 'Oleo reply, meas• pulled iy rL.k of deep distrust. Have yea seem my An io risible warning jerk at his arm by his watchful put

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

5 Dec 1866

were biding. The Laird squally slalom to know if ell had gone well. lie learned from Mr that they had Wan eacceesful in getting clam, but as that gentleman oracularly pee out that he would soon a hold . of the guilty parties, the Laird wee anxious to know

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

18 May 1878

important personages were present. MR BARR, M.P.—Mr Ham M.P., has intimated to the Derby Town Council his intention to give £5OOO towards the expen-n of providing a public park for Derby. Mr Bass has also announced his willingness to defray the entire cost

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

9 Jul 1857

service of Mr Laird in Deaden in 1852. Knew L'Angelier, who was there. We both lived in Mr Laird's house. Had freqoeot conversations with him. Todd him of having bear., of a marriage. Don't remember the exact words need, but remember of his being very

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Daily Review (Edinburgh)

Daily Review (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

6 Aug 1863

were killed:—Mr Richard Laird, builder, Lyon; Mrs Self, wife of Mr Self, jun., Lynn; Mrs Browu, wife of Mr W. Brown, builder, Lynn ; Mrs Clark, of Brandon ; Mrs Palmer, of Walpole ; and a Captain Dennis. Mies Laird, the wife of Mr Richard Laird, was so

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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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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

6 Dec 1900

daughters of Mr Moss, besides Mla Moss, the mother of the laird and the grandmother of the future laird of the manor. During the evening Mr Mss, jun., was made the recipient of a ra n s horn inkstand the tenantry, Mr Pate handing over the gift. Mr Moos, senior

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Leith Burghs Pilot

Leith Burghs Pilot Midlothian, Scotland

24 Mar 1888

by the Laird of Barnbougle. The latter baron, a man of tierce and brutal nature, entered life as• younger brother, and et an early period chose to cast his fate among the Protestant leaders, with a view of improving his fortunes. The death of his elder

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

2 Jan 1930

large committee of ladies, including the wives and friends of the officials. The Rev. J. Keddie Graham (president) was chairman, and was supported by Mr Smith, Cranstoun Riddel ; the Rev. Mr Walker, Rev. Mr and Mrs Macnab, ' Colonel and Mrs Balfour Paul, and

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Edinburgh Evening News

Edinburgh Evening News Midlothian, Scotland

31 Mar 1911

bidding of Mr K'dinond and faruoo-dnern «et • could not bold its plane fop twelve •itbout the , the the Labour, and the Welsh par tee' Mr Aaqoith bad not acted hia ova priartpl.-a. H hound hand and foot Mr Redmond, sacrificing the the in obtain his support

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