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  • County: Midlothian, Scotland
  • Type: Illustrated

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Daily Review (Edinburgh)

Daily Review (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

3 Mar 1864

Rev. Mr Fairbairn, Greenlaw ; Rev. Mr Waters, Lauder ; Rev. Mr Ketchan, Mudingtae ; Rev. Mr ht, Swinton ; Rev- Mr Spews, Houadw along with Mr Laird. missionary, Swinton , and Murray, missiona Kelso. The meeting in the evening we. addressed * Mr Laird

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Daily Review (Edinburgh)

Daily Review (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

29 Oct 1863

ground, and covering his mouth' so as to prevent any screams that might give the alarm. Keeping Lim its this position they searched his pockets, hut in vain, finding. 'astbing, utterly over- Iceking an leiter 4 in his jacket where his money time. Finding

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Daily Review (Edinburgh)

Daily Review (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

19 Aug 1867

Me and Mrs sad family, !Midtown; Professor our; Dr Fowler, Coestorphine ; Mr and Mies Mr and the Mimes Tweetlie, Mr Downie, Me Martin end Miaow Martin, George Young • family, Mr M'Dougal smittarte Dr and Mee Carruthers Iles Colvin and u , Rev. Mr Smith

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

13 Apr 1859

the lady lighter yet site it lad, or be it lass, g' a wi' cross, and rain wi' mass. It's Meg Merrilitg, the gips y, as sure as I am a sinner, said Mr Bertram. The Dominie groaned deeply, uncrossed his legs, drew in the huge splay foot which his former

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

25 Oct 1928

dinner-party given in her honour by a ',cal laird and his austere lady. Robert stood off from her in the hall, holding her wrap and biting his lip. Why do you wear tholethings? be asked, scanning her disapprovingly, his tone edged. There's nothing wrong with

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

24 Nov 1955

and Mrs Porter; Mr and Mrs Leslie; Mrs J. Turnbull and Mrs J. l Itlaikie, of the Bonnyrigg Working, Women's Club; Mr A. Laird and Mrs Mary Brown, Bonnyrigg Old Age Pensions Association; Mr J. A. Rissett and Mr Gardiner, R.F.R.A.! With the Rev. Mr Hutchison

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Mid-Lothian Journal

Mid-Lothian Journal Midlothian, Scotland

3 Jan 1919

Parish Councillor ex-Provost Kerr, J.P.: Rev. Alex. Stewart, Rev. James Petrie, 'Mr William Bremner. Mr William MacTaggart, Mr James MCall, Mr John Golder, J.P., and Mr Robert Stirling. Sir Donald, in the course of an interesting speech, made generous

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Mid-Lothian Journal

Mid-Lothian Journal Midlothian, Scotland

18 Feb 1887

had bean offered up by Mr Robson, a sub. Agatha tea was partakeu if —the tables being presided over by several of the lady friends and supporters of the society. The Cttetatur, in his opening rentarks i. intimated etiologies Mr Charles Dalrymple, M.

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

12 Apr 1928

Viulet Viscountess Melville, lady Beatrice Dundee, Mrs Hood, Midfield ; and ex-Provost Gilchrist ; Executive Committee—Mrs Hood, Mrs Stuart Robertson, Mrs Brown. Mrs Hay, Mrs Lothian, Mrs Grosvenor Stew?rt, Miss Deacon, and Mrs Goldie. Mies D. L. Noble

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North British Agriculturist

North British Agriculturist Midlothian, Scotland

1 Feb 1893

Maob Mr. Penedo, Done ; Mr. Cameron, Balnakyle ; Mr. Mr. Macin=F r tpl as Kill isl o pmer,lßoseheugh -- ea llackenne, of Delmore ; Mr. Contagions', Foyer i Mr. Ban Fletcher, Rosehangb ; the Red of Crooned'. be sent by Mr. Goodbran Holm* BAN ; Mr. R. C

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Mid-Lothian Journal

Mid-Lothian Journal Midlothian, Scotland

25 Dec 1931

programme of music and • • ' The ladies, in addition to Miss Sealy, were : plays on Friday. Although the parents were on this occasion—because of a lack of Shan on the War. Mrs D. Gcaton , Mrs Jack Balfour. Misses E. Nothing that. Mr Bernard Shaw has written

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North British Agriculturist

North British Agriculturist Midlothian, Scotland

7 Apr 1869

Henry laird, had a narrow escape with life. The circumstances are :—Laird and other two brakesmen, named James Clark and Robert Blue, were drinking in a publichouse in Newmains, and on coming out Clark accused his two companions of having stolen his week's

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North British Agriculturist

North British Agriculturist Midlothian, Scotland

14 Jul 1869

to his serious injury and the danger of his person. Clark pled not _and entered a special defence that he itabbeil Laird under serious provocation, and under the belief that he was in danger of his life. A jury having been empanelled, the case went to

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Portobello Advertiser

Portobello Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

10 May 1895

compensation.' fSnically right in his affirmation the * . n ~f ineral they ptoduce ■ iron, sir Charles Dalrympv. Lev. Mr , p. rt the m this neighbourhood have tht management 01 Mr Joe Libs- Veil aware that smile his in- gH'eib they »^ was l*u .ic li'tle

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

24 Jul 1952

of the fine hospitality extended to the ladies, end for the lovely tea catered for by the lady convener., Mrs Cunningham and Mrs Miller. in a short address. Mrs Cossar, for the members of Dalkeith Private Ladies Section. expressed their thanks for the

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Mid-Lothian Journal

Mid-Lothian Journal Midlothian, Scotland

13 Mar 1886

an' she says she keno him wee!. And that his wife is non wi' another show that is gum aboot Just like the ane that vu here last week' Aweel, she's miata'en. What does she ea' Mr Lindsay. Weel, that's no his name ; and I'm sure yer show wife keno naething

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Leith Burghs Pilot

Leith Burghs Pilot Midlothian, Scotland

25 Jun 1881

beg ea. sad pied W e bide two d a h ems tel Wm &slag awl de I by hies. rally, primp, armor= to atemiaa ii. ring b. whirr, two wbo at hat It reported that hi Wm. that be it W That mien hi hi eerrialy Ir. ▪ foot Ur in Mon amid Tolboor, awl ram through the

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Edinburgh Evening News

Edinburgh Evening News Midlothian, Scotland

20 Apr 1896

he Rev. Dr Laird, of Free Church, Cupar, one of the oldest and most esteemed ministers of the Free Church 01 Scotland. He was son of tiie. manse, Lis father being the iatc Rev. Dr Laird, Portniouk, while his two brothers, the R.*v. Henry Laird and the Rev

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Edinburgh Evening Courant

Edinburgh Evening Courant Midlothian, Scotland

9 Apr 1866

party of Liverpool. The n„ i y Mr Horne and Mr Walker and af era and Mr Woods (whoisacknowledgedlyone of thebeet presentation was made^,, Mr Turner, M.P.; and Mr John Laird, M.P., was amongst was presented dolonel Geddxs. C.8., who said those present. The

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Daily Review (Edinburgh)

Daily Review (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

24 Mar 1882

the Arra. Mr in adder:ming the meeting, raid e th h em urc . h at such a low ebb that they could only be and Mr Gordon, Glasgow, and on the leftbyDrs Kee- se of the ladies. The motion was unanimously have been elected without a contest :-Mr Thomas they

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