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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

5 Mar 1988

Castle-wedding for Laird and his Lady A FAIRYTALE romance had a happy ending yestir!d4yy wtenoFier!liontberland widsw Scottish Laird in his 12th century castle. The tenor Mrs Audrey Gregory, 61, will now be known on Me Lady hi Kinnard, ohm marrying Mr Stuart Stout

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Newcastle Daily Chronicle

Newcastle Daily Chronicle Northumberland, England

1 Jun 1864

The Laird and his Laddib.—ln hi» volume on “The Salmon,” Mr. Bussd does not omit the good story off the Highland laird and his giVy. Leaving behind him land in which salmon was often glut in the market, and 1 consequently cheap, the laird went to London

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Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette

Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette Northumberland, England

9 Aug 1803

and Taylor Wittlhip, gents. Second lieutenants. Samuel Lawton, Ffq.Tieafbrer.—W’m. Ingham* Efn. Surgeon.—Mr Win. Dnon, Adjutant. Mr £. Milburn and Mr W. Heaton, Seijeam-Majbrs. 'Thurlday the corps met on the Tewnrmoor, and were formed into companies. ■

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Blyth News

Blyth News Northumberland, England

19 Dec 1885

tournament, we resorted to the ballot to decide the Question, which resulted in f.tvour of Mr. Richmond. Mr. Richmond will therefote please send on his move to Mr. Thomas Morris, Bell's Place, Bedlington, for the final. Messrs. Lumley, of Ilshburn Colliery

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

27 Aug 1872

Mr Laird. M.P., on thh Lahour Question.— The annual show of Wirral Agricultural Society was held Wednesday in a field near Birkenhead Park. At the dinner, which took place in tho evening, at tho Music Hall, Laird, M.P., gavo his opinions respecting the

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

30 Oct 1863

shall most probably be placed. Mr Cobden had within the last few days made some complimentary remarks about the late firm of Messrs John Laird and Sons. But, proceeded the speaker, I don't agree with Mr Cobden in his conclusions. - I don't think it

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

5 Dec 1950

TRIBUTE TO MR JOHN LAIRD Paying tribute to the late Mr John Laird, Edrom, Rev. J. F. Macdonald at a meeting the Presbytery of Duns, at Duns on Tuesday, said that he had been a lojal and devoted member of the Church. For close on half a century he had

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

27 May 1865

Mr. Laird, the member for Birkenhead, has issued an address soliciting re-election. A good deal of unpleasantness has been excited b ythe recent publication of Lord Clyde's despatch to the Horse Guards, relating to the disaster at Cawnpore, which he ascn

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The Berwick Advertiser

The Berwick Advertiser Northumberland, England

8 Sep 1911

Turnbull, who hi* always bean in the centre Memorial Lady Susan Grant-Puttie.—A I and Lady arrived Laidlawslial the Irene. On Tueedey evening hie silence the pulpit, choir, end organ Friday. writ But -, hev. out ,, point , others the Council Chamber the

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

7 Aug 1882

Earl r-.nd Lady Katharine ton have left their residence hi Park London, for Lamb ton -.The Art Gallery hr.3 been newly cleaned. and arranged, and an admit able lounge tor the' thousands of sight sesrs Newcastle to-day. Kilo Street Asaemblyiltocms, Sunderland

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The Berwick Advertiser

The Berwick Advertiser Northumberland, England

21 Aug 1891

and, the motion of Mr Lettch, druggist, seconded by Mr Tait, blacksmith, the meeting accorded Mr cordial vote of confidence. MR MARJORI BANKS, M. WESTRUTHBR. Tuesday night, the Right Hon. Edward Marjoribsnks, SI P., cootlnaiog his present tear of Berwickshire

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Newcastle Daily Chronicle

Newcastle Daily Chronicle Northumberland, England

6 Apr 1904

during the last six months by the ladies, among whom mention may be made of Mrs. Hillary, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Ogilvie, Mrs. %Inborn. Mrs. Avre, Mrs. Jobling, Mrs. L'arr, Miss Anderson, Veal K. Anilerson, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Metcalf, Mims Goodfellow, Miss

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Shields Daily News

Shields Daily News Northumberland, England

11 Mar 1924

does Mr Balfour say?” “The case is practically settled, and I am ’* “The laird Whins last.” Angus fell his hand warmly clasped and held. returned the pressure with a glad smile. “Ay, he’s a akecly, lang-heided man, is Mr Balfour,” continued Mrs Glen.

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

5 Dec 1922

countryside : more popular among his tenants than the Laird of Wliitehall, and the same can be .said of the “young laird.” It was with great pleasure, | therefore, that when the tenants met at Harei law the invitation of Mr Millican, they dei c.ided reeoggiise

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Shields Daily News

Shields Daily News Northumberland, England

7 Mar 1924

There’s something unco queer in his veesit, an’ I’ll hat© keep e’e him. Scots law’s kittle thing, mind ye; an’ doot Mr Balfour wull need him —Later on.” Old Mrs (Hon was highly delighted re ceive her unexpected guest. Mr Balfour and her late'* husband

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Shields Daily News

Shields Daily News Northumberland, England

30 Jan 1924

murder of his old friend, Mr Glen, was however, a tragedy which filled him with poignant feelings of sorrow,•indignation and regret when thought Mrs Glen, the vvarm-lvearted old Soots lady, who had l>een as good as mother him daft days of his boyhood,

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The Berwick Advertiser

The Berwick Advertiser Northumberland, England

10 Apr 1885

I*fore Snnl. “ Well,” said tins old lady, *• can understand now why Saul throw his javelin at him. The railroad restaurant on a certain line is kept by a veteran baker. A sprightly young traveller complained of one his pics the other day. Hie old man became

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

15 Aug 1911

THURSTON HOUSE, the Residence of Mrs Hunter, where the Bazaar was hi Imwatwiok •nelgflii'bouiflwxyd owes muck to its ovnocous iai.ixl, Mr Hunter of TlMirsiton, and kis Mis Hiokard Hamtex; and last year it was decide!d appoint a Jubilee the district, MiXs

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Shields Daily News

Shields Daily News Northumberland, England

6 Mar 1924

wide open; hut.’’ continued Peter, his voice to tnvsterious whisper, I ken fine wtiat’i wrong wi’ the laird. Indeed? Is it toothacheT The officer tilted his cap over his eyes and vigorously scratched the back his head for minute. THhache?” repeated

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

20 Oct 1903

others present were Mr P. Stormonth Darling, factor,. Mr and Mrs Vcrdin, Mr N. Verdin and Miss Verdin, Mr Andrew Grieve. George Mill, and the Rev. John Muirhead. the course of the evening, the health of Mr Spottiswoode was proposed by Mr Darling in a fitting

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