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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

10 Mar 1883

roost extreme Radical views. He charged Mr Goodsir his face with this; but Mr Good sir, who was so kindly dispoeed to him that he felt to tell him the plain truth, only shook bis head and said‘ You are quite mistaken, Mr Gow. A man of your abilities should

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

24 Oct 1891

(Applause.) At this stage the Chairman had to leave, and his place wad taker' by Mr James Steele, who proposed a hearty vote of thanks to Mr Thorburn for his services as chairman that evening. Mr Cossue proposed The Provost, Slagie trates, and Town Council

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

3 Feb 1883

leave when I tell yon!’ insisted the Laird, his eholer rising at the old man’s obstinacy. * No,’ said Gibb, with smack of his lips. I’ll no leave ’ ‘ Such language is intolerable,’ hissed the angry Laird, half rmng from his chair and staring sternly at the

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

17 Apr 1880

this touches my honour,' exclaimed Allan, as, pale 'with rAse, he laid his han on his sword. 'Forbear, I command you,' sail Turner, imperiously. ' For you. Mr Elliot, you end your lady are free to depart; but I warn you that it is cunsidereal you have co

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

25 Aug 1888

Fleming. By Mr T. Newbigging, Crostotone, for 12 Fancy Patsies--1, D. M. Fletcher; 2 , U. tkruenalraelds. By Mr J. IL Wilson , Biggar, for Single Petunia -1, A. Browolie; 2, U. Greenshields. By Mr U. Greenshields, for Stem of Peas -1, A. Noble; 2, Mrs Russell

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

7 Apr 1883

Abiuger, Mr Carnegie of Stronvar, Lady Majoribanks of Lees, Sir Samuel Wilson, Mr and Mrs Graham Murray, aud Mrs E. Hope, Mrs Baird of Stiobel, Mias Anderson, Mr Darling, Mr Inglis, Mr Wardrop, Mr and Mrs Mure, Mr and View article

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

26 Nov 1881

£470, 2s. Bd.. the membership now standing at 172. Mr John Scott was re-elected treasurer, and Mr Alexander Graham. mason, as a member of °enmities, in room at Mr Smail, retired. On the motion of Mr David Ormond, it was agreed to tarnish the Reading Room

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

22 Oct 1892

UZI. Mr Sanderson sang The Laird o' Coalsiren' with characteristic art. Mr l'ardie proved an able auconipanist, soil the whole evening s entertainment proved must eujoyablv. The Chairman moved a vote of thanks to the lecturer and the ladies and gentlemen

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

8 Dec 1883

Edinburgh; Mr James Ramsay, Mr Andrew Robb; Mr James Hunter, farmer, Mr Thomas D. Gibson-Canuicbael, younger of Castle Craig; Mr John Starfortb, architect, Edinburgh; Mr John Alexander, banker, West Linton; Mr Frederick Morris, Mr Thomas Gray, Mr Robert Murray

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

13 Mar 1880

tine organ, played by Doctor Peace, who wears his hood as Doctor of Music. After the voluntary, Dr Burns, the incumbent, entered the pulpit, and the assistant took his place at the reading-desk, each in his academic hood. Some worely people object to the

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

3 Nov 1883

would not refuse.’ ’My dear lady/ put in the Laird, taking her han I —so small and dainty little hand it waa—and preming it fervently, while it was with the utmost effort he could control his emotion and keep command over his voice, *it must not be. You

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

16 Oct 1880

the inquiry ?' said the laird. ' Has Mrs Shirley really got a legacy o' the five thousand?' ' I have seen the cotton-spinner's will replied the writer, ' and there can be nee doubt of the legacy.' Why more!—Next day the spruce laird was rapping at the door

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

20 Oct 1883

to save him from any further suffering, proposed that his wish should be gratified by Hester giving him her hand—though he plaiuly told her that his love was still with another who never could be his. And she, out of compassion fot her father, consented

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

10 Apr 1880

1 Walter Elliot, starting up, and in his strong indisnation towering to his full height. his eyes flashing wrath, and his face expressive of bursting, manly nee.. Allan started hack a pace towards the door, drew his sabre, and pointed it towards WAlter

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

14 Apr 1883

that nothing would give her greater pleasure, and. she joined her oonsin in pressing the fair little lady to repeat her visits. lint the fair little lady, having her own secret reasons for keeping away from Talljhreck, would not give any such promise. And

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

25 Nov 1882

with terror. His teeth Maimed kis head, his knees knocked against each Mbar, and the sweat broke out on his brow. A disuses came over his eyesight. He could only see the spectral form, as if through an obscure mist. But it wee there, and his eyes were riveted

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

18 Jan 1890

introducing his wife to all of his friends on the Kiugenseadows and Haystoun estates. Mr Oldham briefly proposed The health of Sir John A. Hay, Lady Hay, Master Duncan, and the other members of the family, which was most heartily responded to. Mr J. Ito:burgh

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

11 Jul 1891

advocate to our I Fermat. lord; Mr Andrew Seytoun, of Culoreych, one of the senatotis of has bienes mileage of justice; Mr Johann Hope, fear of Craighall, eldest sone and apeiratul air to the said Mr Thomas Hope; Mr Thomas Hope, fear of Grentoun; Alexander

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

17 Oct 1891

the chair, and he was supported on the platform by Mr MaxweU- Stuart, Mr Y. G. Thorbern, Mr J. S. Small, Mr Jobe Simper, and the ottioera of the Company. There wee a good attendance at the soiree, and Mr Maxwell. Stuart of Traquair presented the prism to

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

11 Dec 1880

clapping his two hands on the clay floor and twisting his legs behind his back, and in this grotesque position walking on his bonnie round and round the room, much to the delight of the jackdaw. who unable to contain his tongue any longer, flapped his wings

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