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  • County: Midlothian, Scotland
  • Type: Illustrated

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Daily Review (Edinburgh)

Daily Review (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

13 Jan 1879

liam Scott, Bart. of Auer= ; the Hon. Major Bailbe ; Mr Smith, Leaderfoot ; Mr Gibson, Ilaysnount; Mr Blaikie, Holydems ; Mr Soinervailleofeharlesfield Mr Scott of Iferstagton ; Mr Brunton of Ladhope Mr Brown et Galahill ; /dr Richard Turnbull, ' Selkirk

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Leith Burghs Pilot

Leith Burghs Pilot Midlothian, Scotland

31 Mar 1888

I have his answers. He will never keep his word. And now my mind Is made up. 1 cannot bide here. It a bowies*, useless, senseless dream. I must thole my sorrow, and Robin must thole his shame, in the land across the sea. Bide yet, bide yet. His heart

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Edinburgh Evening Courant

Edinburgh Evening Courant Midlothian, Scotland

16 Jun 1869

Inverness-shire, and Portree ; by Mr W. Graham, from the Free St John’s congregation, Glasgow ; by Mr Baxter, from the Free Lady Loan Church, Arbroath ; by Major Walker, from the Free Church congregation of Glencairn ; and by Mr C. Dalrymple, from the West

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Daily Review (Edinburgh)

Daily Review (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

7 Nov 1864

daunt by every one excepting his e l i llit u laird of Auchindra• now caused a v a in! of his, amid Besaatyae, Ides Daiymple his hew es Os .es, heee, not for Isms tartan ; and him eddy hedged theta, at did night More and his sea owed Dalrymple to the and

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

5 Apr 1951

th. play Mr Kay introduced M McDonald, who presented the following winners: L Mrs Gray and Mrs (I.ntlemen Mrs W. S, Mrs John Mack (both pi: gents. Domino prizes w by Mrs W. Sim and Mr, vine. Special prizes went Abernethy. Mrs Hunter ton, Mrs McDonald

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Leith Burghs Pilot

Leith Burghs Pilot Midlothian, Scotland

9 Jun 1888

It was his wicked pride, and his vicious heart, that caused all his trouble, and no one but hinnseU was to blame. not speak of that said Marjorie. It was very sad and terr ible; but for all his misdeeds he was cruelly punished. Bat remember, Mr. Macgillvray

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

17 Aug 1878

to give up Mary R that be was willing to loss the fortune wa his uncle promised should be his, rather than fall in with his wishes in this respect. Why his uncle should be so set against his connection with the Richardsons Robert was at a lone to understand

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Leith Burghs Pilot

Leith Burghs Pilot Midlothian, Scotland

21 Apr 1888

on his arrival at Linne Castle, be had found his uncle at his last gap, with only strength enough to place his hand in benediction upon the head of his heir, all would have been well. The young gentle-1111,11 could have stepped at once into his new posit

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North British Agriculturist

North British Agriculturist Midlothian, Scotland

5 Oct 1892

ewe lambs —Mr. Mein. Half bred ewe lambi (regular hirsel)— Mr. Mein. Half-bred pack (ewe girnmer and ewe lamb)—T. Renwick. Harehead. Cheviot ram above one - shear—Mr. Craw, Rawburn. Cheviot ram (shearling)—Mr. Rohm), Millknowe. Cheviot ewes —Mr. Bayley,

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Daily Review (Edinburgh)

Daily Review (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

19 Sep 1881

recovered. ELEVENTH WARD committee met on Friday night—Mr Cuthberteint presiding. Mr Smith's resignation as chairman was accepted by the meeting, and Mr Cuthbert. son was appointed in his awed. Mr Davidson gave notice ut a motion disapproving of the principle

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

21 Mar 1872

Seggieden, president of the society, occupkd the chair • and the croupiers were Mr John Young, C. 8., and Dr Buchanan White. Mr it. Puller, Mr J. Watson 441, Sir Thomas Moncreiffe, and Mr W. D. Bruce supported the chairman and croupiers. We have it on the authority

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

11 Oct 1951

maxim following in tathers footsteps can be ;•nhed to most animals in!tiding dogs. Though hi the of Mr Michael Scars blue a.in cocker :yank! bitch. Lady Lairds. a case of follower; mother's footsteps. For it- IS-month-old dog gives • • ry indication

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Mid-Lothian Journal

Mid-Lothian Journal Midlothian, Scotland

3 Mar 1916

and his eoimirning here has him his good health. He returns to clay ;a good spirits, and has the best wishes of his friends for more fortunate tarter this time. Private Murray resided with his Nrcuts at Logan Cottage. Gaol's SYSTEM.—OIIe of Mr Poiteous'

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

7 May 1873

all his family most closely resembled him in disposition and intellect, departed next in 1537. His younger sin, Charles. found a grave at Teheran in Persia io 1841 ; and Walter, the heir of his title and estate, died at the Cape of Good Hope on his way

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Daily Review (Edinburgh)

Daily Review (Edinburgh) Midlothian, Scotland

19 Apr 1882

of the evident* would be. Mr 'Lewis next assailed the Atterney-General with similar lack of success. being assured with due gravity that there is nothing in his legal point in respect to the liberation of Mr Parnell. Mr I:lad/tone answered two questions

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Leith Burghs Pilot

Leith Burghs Pilot Midlothian, Scotland

19 May 1888

nothing take no monej. Let Mr. Linne take everything— It Is his own. Remember the laird's wish, my doo; persisted Willie, still with his eyes fixed on Unite. Enough of this? cried the young man. You shall not torture the young lady. it this will is a legal

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Mid-Lothian Journal

Mid-Lothian Journal Midlothian, Scotland

23 Nov 1928

Zoological a Council, who brought the denizens ut this Corsturphine resort very near to tnem on the screen. in his opening remarks he, in rewiring to Mr h. kryce s anrouuction of him as a lecturer, said the description was quite wrong. the ealatitor claimed

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Dalkeith Advertiser

Dalkeith Advertiser Midlothian, Scotland

6 Aug 1942

1942, by the Arthur 8. Valle, R A., Joan Mons. uomsae (Gar. R. 41 youngest eon of Mr and Mrs Ronaze Amin, 17 Croft Street, Dallieith, to MAKOASIT MENU. deughter of Mr and Mrs W. H. Pits, 34 Oraigloothert Road, Edinburgh. SILVER WEDDING. CALDER THOMt3ON.

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

24 Mar 1877

Constantinople, unexpected cause should arise his return to hie Embassy wijl not take place for some little time, in order to secure an adequate interval of rest for the complete recovery of his health. roe WIDOW. —Mr George Bhipton, hon. secretary of the London

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Leith Burghs Pilot

Leith Burghs Pilot Midlothian, Scotland

9 Jun 1888

Castle. Clad in his sackcloth doublet, his hair tanned like the fell of a wild beast, his feet and arms bare, be was in the habit of riding a hobby-horse in front of the Lady Erroll of that day, nor mold be ever be made to believe that his was not the fleetest

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