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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

15 Aug 1860

observed Mr and Mrs Brodie; Mr Caithness Brodie, Mr William Brodie; Rev. Mr M'Ewen, Dyke, and Mrs M'Ewen ; Mrs Gatherer and Miss Gatherer, Dyke; Mr Sclanders,Forres; Captain MQueen, Blinkbonny; Mr Badenoch, Mrs Badenoch, and Miss Riacb, Cotterton ; Mr Torrie

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

19 Aug 1863

ho inherit all the good qualities of his illustrious ancestors.” A joyous party was hospitably entertained by Mrs Macpherson, the worthy hostess, to a substantial Scotch supper. A splcnded bonfire was prepared by Mr James I Rose, Milliown, ami continued

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

12 Dec 1860

perfectly successful. The laird found the yawning of his guest infectious, and yawned too, which drew him a second time out of the j aw! The doctor on beholding his success, at once started to his feet and thumped the table with his fist, declaring with oath

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

25 Feb 1863

of our story, the Laird o’ Birsieknowe had been catechising on the Tenth Commandment—“ Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s house*; thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's wife,” &c., and after dismissing his servants, the laird and his pluffy-faced son were

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

23 Jul 1862

present, coupled with Mr Davidson. (Band—“ My own Mary Anno”) Mr Barbour gave The health of Mr Anderson” of the Hotel, who had given them very excellent dinner Dr rigor gave the healths of Mr James Grant, of “the parks,’ and the gardener, Mr Coutts. It was right

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Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser

Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser Nairn, Scotland

30 Dec 1848

year. The members present were Mr Grant of Viewfield, Chairman of the Board; Mr Mackintosh of Geddes; Provost Wilson; Col. Findlay of Millbank; Mr Cameron of Firhall; Mr Davidson, Banker; Mr Grant, Writer; Rev. Mr Grant; Mr Malcolm, Factor for Boath! Bailie

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

4 Sep 1861

friends were—Mr Macdonald, Croy; Mr A. Macdonald, do.; Mr and Misses Falconer, do.; Mr and Miss Bain, Drummore; John and Alex. Bain. do.; Mr and Misses Mackensie, Cantraydown; Mr and Mrs Chas. Mackensie, do.; Mr and Misses Ker, Galcantray; Mr and Mrs Campbell

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

15 Nov 1855

recaiTei tha following shining fusion” from our l«cal poetical luminary, Mr Wm. Gordon. The Bard has complained that •we do not Irequentl} enough afford room for his pieces;” consemontly, in order to satisfi him and amuse our retders, are insert « Olf

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

31 Mar 1869

Wood, the laird’s intended. (Great applause.) He honed that the union which wss to take place wou.d be attended with every blessing, and he could only say that if they followed the example the late Mr and Mrs Brodie, the old laird and lady, the tenantry

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

17 Jun 1868

when you saw him last ? The State of Michigan. 13. Has his application ever been rejected ? Yes, once—promptly by a lady. 14. Do you think his life insurable ? Not at his own valuation. Bought at his own estimate, and sold at that of (he public, would break

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

17 Feb 1858

partaken of—the services of the following ladies in connection with it deserving particular notice.:—Mrs H. Mackintosh; Miss Rose, Levarattioh: Mrs and Miss Mackillican, Achagour; Mi s Rose, Da.tara; and Mrs and Miss Mackenzie, Manse of Ardclach Tea over

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

8 Jan 1868

when he was here, of what his talents are, and the growing interest that was manifested in his ministrations testified to the value ot them. Our friend Mr M'Ewan has been one of his hearers, and he and others can speak of his ability and earnestness as

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

6 Jan 1869

at his post sis henchman her husband, lun-Mbr-a-Cbaisteil, We heard people reciting several of this man’s poems, in praise of his patron and his lady. They are characterised by great beamy both of language and idea. His lament on the death of his master

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

25 Nov 1863

- - 10 0 Mrs Mackintosh of Geddos, - 10 0 Mrs Emlyn, - - - ■ 010 0 Miss Murray, Lodgehill, - - 0 5 0 Mrs Mann, Maida Place, - 0 5 0 Mrs Mein, - - - 0 5 0 Mrs Bisect, - - - - 0 5 0 Mrs Major Grant, - - - 0 5 0 Miss Vandurmeulen, - - 5 0 Mrs L'r Grigor

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

8 Sep 1869

skill of the purveyor, Mr A. Grant, confectioner, Nairn. Col. Brodis oocupied chair, and had on his right Mr Edmund Wood, and ou his left Mr T. Brodie, Mr Blake, and Mr Hamid, Dulsie. The croupien wan Mr J. Clerk Brodis, and Bev. Mr Maskensie, Ardclaob,

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

23 Sep 1863

Grigor, do.; Mr Macgillivray, wine merchant, do.; Mr Hector Maclean, do.; Mr Morrison, and Mr Lawrence, Inverness; Mr Simon Fraser, do.; Mr Joss, Budgate ; Falconer, Croy; Mr Maclennan, Cairnglass; Mr Allan Macdonald, Croy; Mr Tolmie, Balspardon; Mr Stewart

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

2 Dec 1863

Calder convoyed Lord from his own house over the water to visit tho Baron of Kilravock and his Lady.” find this Thane writing to William Duff, merchant in Inverness. He addresses him loving friend,” and, as Cosmo limes has it in his full and excellent preface

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

31 Oct 1860

Grant, Mrs Grant, and Miss Mansell, With the Hon. James Grant were tbe Hon. George Grant and Miss Dixon, Inverallan, Gran town. Among other ladies and gentlemen were Mr Dougal of Glenferness; Mr and Mrs Cosmo Innes; Mr and Mrs Grant of Invererne; Mr Macleod

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Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser

Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser Nairn, Scotland

17 Nov 1849

open and the gamo escaped. The Laird of ButUrbum The Laird of Buttorborn, unlike a great maay country lairds, some eighty or ninety years ago, was a great reader and quoter ef Pope, the ne small annoyance af his fallow lairds, who, happy in their own Ignorance

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Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties

Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties Nairn, Scotland

17 Aug 1854

The Laird answers, And that they are. v Now that Sheriff Campbell had found favour in the sight of his Laird, more than he ever looked for, he thought of bending his course homewards, being much delighted with the hospitality shown him by'his Laird and

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