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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

18 Feb 1852

HENRY LAIRD, FREE CHURCH WNW= AT LESLIE. This Young. salable, minister fallen a victim to term, whisk he ening his ministerial laboars. It is to the sad deep regret which his loss this district. minister the impel, Laird stood deservedly high ; his was

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Mid-Lothian Journal

Mid-Lothian Journal Midlothian, Scotland

28 Apr 1899

rather upon en- city. It is also remembered that Mr Grams Hunter ashore. Mr Laird, who could not swim, was washed urged inte lligence. made use of New Hades Station to detrain compost- away out of his depth along with the younger boy; tors coming when

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

8 Nov 1862

Sodden Brig, without hie personal attendanee, kept his head upon hi s s h ou ld ers, and enabled him to transmit his castle dismantled, and his estate somewhat dilapidated, to his next of kin. (To be continsei) front the 78th deserter Regiment, agreed

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North British Agriculturist

North British Agriculturist Midlothian, Scotland

15 Aug 1850

6 f i n est Fre n c h Marigolds — let. to Mr Foules Cauliflower. A first premium was voted to Mr Mitchell, Mr Lightbody, Falkirk, for a box of Picotees and Carna- to Mr Nicoll. t to Mr Kim ter Raveleton, his kind being the Walcheren ; and a second tions

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North British Agriculturist

North British Agriculturist Midlothian, Scotland

8 Jul 1857

I i would giro hi becisild board andsornethitag more ; and I think . be got bed Ward and 8s or Oa Wiliam Pringle otamined by Mr VT woe in,tbeen* lei rAb of Mr Laird in Dun d ee 1,14852. I knew' 'Anbrier there. at, both lived in Mr Laird's house. I had

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Daily Review (Edinburgh)

Daily Review (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

4 Sep 1863

progressing favourably. Lady Henrietta Allen and the Misses Allen have left Cheahani Place, London, on a tour in Scotland. The Right Hon. W. F. Cowper, M.P., has left London for Scotland. Mrs Cowper is on a visit to Mr Tollemache at his seat in Surrey. We

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Daily Review (Edinburgh)

Daily Review (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

14 Sep 1882

Hollyhocks,.sorte-34, (4 entrise)-No first ; 2, Laird & Sinclair. Twenty•four Dahlia Blooms, wn (11 entries)-1, Harknees Son ; 2ie Laird. Twelve Fancy Wills Blooms, sorts-4% (7 entries)'', -I,Downie Laird ;2, Cooker Sank Thirty Gladioli, not more than

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Mid-Lothian Journal

Mid-Lothian Journal Midlothian, Scotland

10 May 1895

admire in our worthy friend Colonel Wauchope. We are indebted to Colonel Wauchope that he has been pleased to bring his lady. He wishes his lady to have • part in the pleasures of this night. At the same time there might have been a danger in letting him come

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Mid-Lothian Journal

Mid-Lothian Journal Midlothian, Scotland

22 Jul 1887

hired assassins, A vassal, who knew no law but his martens will, was generally employed in these vengeful offices; and such the Laird of Thirdpart would have enlisted in his cams, but for the timely arrival at his house of a wandering beggar or gaberlands

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Witness (Edinburgh)

Witness (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

28 Nov 1855

universal satisfaction. In common with Mr Labowchere, ' Mr Baines supports Lord Palmerston in the prosecution of the war. s With regard to that great question which at present occupies the public mind, says Mr Baines, in his address to the electors of Leeds

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

24 Oct 1889

and Ca the Ewes Mrs Jameson. Mr Seligman contributed 'Tie all that 1 can sty, The Anchor'. Weigli'd, and Mary Morison.' Mrs Jameson and Mr Seligman took part in a duet, and the concert closed with a trio by o.:r vocalists. Mr Muriaou's recitations

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Mid-Lothian Journal

Mid-Lothian Journal Midlothian, Scotland

27 Feb 1914

elms to do his dirty work for him, if he did not repent would go to boll. The man who drank and broke his wife's heart, the man who rented his property for the sale of liquor, the legislator who made it possible to ruin his body and damn his boy were all

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Mid-Lothian Journal

Mid-Lothian Journal Midlothian, Scotland

4 May 1888

the Mr R Grahams (model) 9) 12 18 Mr W. Melo 100 3) 76 Mr 88 ~ 03 1 Mr Cuokbeca 98 „ N Mr R. D. Myth 91 „10 II Mr A. 100 Mr J. Ransil 91 „ 6 Mr J. Seeger 93 „10 Kr G. 'Mead 117 „$0 Mr G. Dramsnewd 4 Mr T. Campbell 100 The alarm wen by Mr D. 83

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

29 Jul 1938

Commons yesterday by Mr Colville , Secretary of State for Scotland , in a written reply to Sir Samuel Chanman , member for South Edinburgh . The main recommendations of the Report are to be given effect to . Mr Colville stated hi his reply : — The Committeeof

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Daily Review (Edinburgh)

Daily Review (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

15 Jul 1863

statute, the examination of Mr Kerr. of Mr Davidson, who was a clerk of Mr Kerr, and of Colonel Laird. In the enures of hit examination, Mr Kerr was called upon to produce inter also all correspondence between himself and ootesot Laird - provisos. to eignin

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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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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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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

29 Mar 1862

spent his money in a free or rather realer meaner. He followed up this till all his was upended, when from Mr Stretford, whom be met in Mr Breness'eofiloe, sad also applied, by letter, to Mr Dallas for funds wherewith to his pomp to Quintana& Mr Durham

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North British Agriculturist

North British Agriculturist Midlothian, Scotland

16 May 1850

Douglas ; 2d, Mr Young. Camellias-Ist, Mr Fargie ; 2d, Mr Young. Polyanthuses-Ist, Mr Young. Cinerarias —lst, Mr Charles Douglass ; 2d, Mr James Douglass• Seakale—let, Mr James Douglass; 2d, Mr *Kenzie. Rhubarb —lst, Mr Fergie ; 2d, Mr *Kenzie. Asparagus-Ist

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Mid-Lothian Journal

Mid-Lothian Journal Midlothian, Scotland

30 Aug 1895

to Mr J. .1. Wilson, author of the Annals of Penicuik, whose notes were freely put at our disposal. In 1373 David do Penycuke, for good service and advice rendered to him, granted to his cousin William de Crichtoune, Lord of that Ilk, his whole

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