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2 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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

Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser

Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser Nairn, Scotland

24 Feb 1849

march upon them. Mr Clark and his friends were at their posts. It was proposed again that the meeting should decide the validity of claims, hut the Chairman refused to put the motion to the meeting, or to put his refusal on the record, till Mr Clark threatened

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Type: Illustrated
Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser

Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser Nairn, Scotland

27 Aug 1845

great object. Mr. Peter Jones (or Kahkewaquonaby, as he called his native tongue) the Ojibbeway Chief, was next called upon to address the meeting, which did very briefly; and was succeeded Mr. Weir, the Presbyterian Church in Ireland; Mr. Bunting, of

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Type: Illustrated