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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

21 Oct 1882

the Laird ; 'provoke me again, and I will--' and he ground Isis teeth together, and worked his arms up and down by his sides will tear you to pieces.' And for a moment he WWI so terribly excited that it seemed :IS if hie would have carried out his threat;

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

19 Oct 1889

few year•, and lost the most of his thousands there. One day, during harvest time, his weather glass had been going up, and he got all his horses and carts (with his men, of course), prepared for this Mothering of his crops. But the rain came on notw

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

7 Apr 1883

He buried hia bead on his breast, his bosom heaved with deep emotion, and a tear dimmed bis eye. To see his friend raving under tbe excitement of delirium, and the beautiful Hester weeping and wailing over him, was more than his manliness could stand

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

15 Dec 1883

Hudson Taylor was present, and expressed his acknowledgments for the benefits the China Inland Mission and its agents had received from the representatives of the Bible Society in China. It agreed to place at Mr Taylor's disposal supplies of Scriptures

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

24 Sep 1881

Edinburgh. Mr Thomas Porteous, Dalkeith. Mr and Mrs P. D. Buncle, Musselburgli. Mr John and Mr James Buncle, Eakbank. Mr John Wilson, Edinburgh. Mr J. Ballingall, Greenock. Mr and Mrs John llPNaught, Rochdale. Mr Richard Scott, Arbroath. Mr James Hunter

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

27 Oct 1883

presided, and Mr Dickson. Sheriff-Clerk, discharged the duties of croupier. Among those present were—Mr John Veitch; Mr Addison, London; Mr H. Pringle, the secretary of the club; Mr P, Martin, Mr J. Simpson, Mr J. B. Robertson, Mr William Borthwick, Mr J. F.

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

19 Sep 1891

Station Houle -Mr and Mrs A. K Barbie ainl Tonle gives New Life, Appetite, Leanly, Glasgow. Cures Neuralgia, I inligi,uuti. Nerve Debar. At pirly.ale- Mr and Mr. Ainslie and fatuity. Ltitt s 61. hunt having At Lualliogdsles Cottage--ern Munro And Mr Munro, A

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

11 Dec 1880

tributaries that the angler without money in his purse can hope to have salmon, anything but clean run, in his basket. The lairds have usually leten very generous iu permitting all eaters to fish fur trout, but even here Mr Stridden must have noticed a heavy

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

17 Feb 1883

stood complacently looking on, his bands under his coat-tails, and his old, grey, grizsled head cocked to the one aide. ' Did aver ys see sic chap-fallen seoondrel ?’ added, in an audible undertone, be gave Leerie jog with his elbow, 'He’s little better than

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

31 Mar 1883

itself apuarent. lie began to mutter in his sleep, twitch his features, and to move uneasily about. By-and-by he waked up, and it was easy to see from his glaring eves, his colour which flushed and paled by turns, his restless arms and heavy breathing, that

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

7 Feb 1891

heck awl manger : - Our Ininl sets in his rad, I roots, His vials, his kids, awl a' his .tent.; He rises wheii he liken him seri HI. Iluoki. answer :it the hell; Ile .I'4 coach, he ca'. his horse; He draw. hi. Ironnie Nilkeil purse As lcuirs illy WI

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

28 Feb 1880

motion, and soon the dark form of the cadger and his pony became visible on the road before them, as he leisurely trudged forward, perched on his pony's back between the two creels, He did not erase his singing as they neared each other, but from the marked

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

1 Jul 1882

the bottler wade his 1 loving the doer behind him. he stole ac em S. his master, and. his hoods his east tails, respectfully awaitedis' Yea have been making up a Het of pennons to be larked to the funeral, I underetaadr said the Laird. Yea—me fear,' answered

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

11 Aug 1883

occupied would auit bis taste exactly. Should his expectations in regard to future not realised, his bread and his drink, of which latter be was so fond, and comfortable home would be ensured him. Should he attain his wishes the widow seemed fond enough of him

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

21 Apr 1883

and bag the Laird as sure as fate.* So aaying, filled up his glass afresh and drank success to the undertaking. True to his word. Major Pearce waited upon Nicol Goodsir on the following day, and so successful was in his mission that the Laird of Tullybreck

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

27 Jan 1883

Rising to his feet, he staggered out of the gloomy chamber, descended the broad staircase, got to his room, and, hastily divesting himself of his clothes, tumbled into bed, and shut himself up from both sight and sound by drawing the blankets over his head

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

5 Feb 1881

kindly way. We know who the young laird hi as well as Kit Keegan, and we'll see that he is not deprived of his lawful rights.' ' Eh, man, but I'm glad tae bear that,' cried GuitheL 'Ye ken the young laird, dae ye?' ' Ay. Don't you be afraid, Guithel,

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

29 Dec 1883

number noticed movement of the bay, and on clone inspection discovered an emaciated man with hi* clothes almost torn from his body. They gar* the alarm, and a Mr Byrne, together with Ufficers Duncan and Jackson, repaired to tbe spot. On reaching the place

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

16 Jun 1883

Director, and as such, every detail has been brought before me.’ * By Mr Oars tang,’ interposed Gavin. ‘Certainly,’ continued the Laird. ‘He is the leading spirit in the undertaking. But for his clear bead, and cool, discriminating Judgment to guide me, I could

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

12 Apr 1884

Alan’s hearty creating thrills Lilian'* every nerve, his brooxad too* comm ia wonderful close contact with hers, aad m ha passes on to meat hia lady mother, Lilian tores ruoaiva his cousin, who had been his travailing companion. Bom Percy wm tall, dark, hot

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