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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

4 Dec 1880

lovely autumn morning it was—Greig Guild, the Laird of Summereraig, might have been seen walking slowly down the avenue leading from his mansion to the high road, his hands crossed behind his coat tails, and his eyes heist on the ground, as if in deep meditation

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

14 May 1881

diseases and Mr Guild, batty Ilia head in the grave.' symptoms traceable to weeklies. It rouses and develops-s I don't know alsuut that,' mused the Laird, a j the nervous ener g ies, out :hes the blood, promotes one grave expression !owning over his fox-like

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

18 Jun 1881

Clapham, Surrey. Mrs Currey, Crayford, Kent; Mr Bouse, Manchester; Mr Brewster, Manchester; Mrs and Miss Greenlees, Edinburgh; Victor Marzotto, Esq. KERFIALD ROAD. At l'lvors anilirnWhite and family. Leith. At Mrs Orntiston's—Mrs Stewart and Mrs Young, Edinburgh

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

25 Feb 1888

door hie voles, sew Mrs Gibes. bold the secret Mims deletes by Mrs Bra.. oar ••II pretty well known over musky, =llit way by AM Mr Brame barker hod la bedsore te! ay geed lady; any weak lower. yes Wads au see George Arm diimpmend at Mr dem el the and Oat

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

12 Aug 1882

completely deceiving them as to his character and purpose. Mrs Graham sequined him entirely of any participation in the attempt that had been made to seduce her from theth of virtue. She believed that he was genuine i n n his friendly intercourse with them

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

20 Jun 1891

delivered in the United Presbyterian Church by the Rev. John M'Kerrow, his subject being Temperance a Christian duty. Taking his text from Matthew xvi., 24, Mr M•lierrow, in the course of his sermon, spoke of the evil effects of strung drink upon the enjoy

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

20 Nov 1880

Kit, after a short passe. `So Mr Greig Guild married the lady of his choice, I suppose!' 'No. He didn't.' didn't echoed Kit. ' Why 'For a very good reason,' calmly returned Mr ' The lady happened to die, poor thing. Mr Guild was very much cut up by her

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

29 Jun 1889

kindness of Mr and Mrs Crockett, tea was districts, where ferns grow to an immense height. gentlemanly Mr Brown in the midst of them. se•rveol in the Manse garden, which adjoins the towering treelike up the mountain sides, aith One wave of his hand, and

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

28 Jan 1888

Inglis gave a duet very effectively. Among the other vocalists acre Mr J. SP Gregor, Mr D. Reddy, Mr J. Scott, Mr Wm. Borthwick, Mr Prior, Mr D. M'Farliuse, Mr A. liPeormack, Mr Watt, kw Mr N. Ohms made a capital appearance in dancing a hornpipe. Before

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

5 Jun 1880

public as of his own people is plain from his recent election as Member of Parliament for the combined counties of Peebles and Selkirk. (Great applause.) His good lady, under whose notice my employment brings me more frequently, seconds his efforts very

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

24 Jan 1880

sitting up, using his spurs freely, and chatted gaily with his mates; but how to get him off was the question. Old Razorback paid no attention to their efforts to make him turn towards the yard. Steadily, his head bent low, his cheat heaving„ his laboured breathing

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

27 Dec 1890

Chairman were Mr AL 0. Thorburn, of °lessor. miston; Dr Carruthers, President; Mr H. Young, Vies-President; Ur Teems.; Dobson, ex-President; Mr Dudley Stuart, advocate; Mr Wm. Mitchell. s,cretary of the Union; Mr R. Sanderson, West Liaison; and Mr Teller, Bonier

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

5 Feb 1881

1). Y. Currie, and Mr Matthew Gray, with Mrs Lorraine, Mrs Burgess, Mrs Currie, and Mrs Gray. After tea, an excellent programme was gone through. Addresses were delivered by the Chairman, and Messrs Burgess, Currie, and Giay. Mrs Lorraine also shortly

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

5 Nov 1881

laws a question which, Mailingsland; Mr G. W. Muir, Kirkbouse; Mr as they knew, was occupying public attention Wm. Buchan, Town Clerk, Peebles; Mr J. very seriously, and on which he had had the Waugh, Glenormisten; Mr R. Thorburn , banker, pleasure of meeting

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

11 Jun 1881

slow, sad shake of his bead. 'lt is no pima for me now. The present Laird is a cold, fr*id character, whom I don't much care about.' 'There you am mistaken.' put in Forest, a bright sparkle lighting up his eye as he stole a glance at his old commander. '

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

25 Apr 1891

of his ministry, was ordained colleague and successor to Mr Cowrie. Shortly afterwards the Lord's Supper was celebrated, both the old and young ministers taking part in the services. As Mr Cowrie lest the pulpit, Mr Girdwood was about to take his place

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

22 Jul 1882

Mrs TA Mr Amboy I*. M r Asia. Campine. Ulmovw. Mr Hum Warms mod Itellrawid Stu Mr W. MisMr Mr Mildegik Mrs W. O. sad Mixes limb. tam Loam Mr War eras. Mr Mill Hose. and Mr EIII4 Mr Maw lir Mra li l l o rt bi4 Mr sod Wal% Ads sod Mr P. Wilbur. Unsay& Ikv

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

19 Aug 1882

the Laird of Brunelreel. No sooner is he in possession than he gives way to the evil of his nature, and, in company with his more polished and subtle friend, Leburn, begins a course of debauchery and wickedness. Leerie receives a visitor at his humble

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

16 Apr 1881

over him in the hope that it might lead to his detection of the old woman's whereabouts. In his turn again the showman was as convinced in his own mind that Guithel had been pat out of the way by Greig Guild and his nusorupulaus accomplice. lie had coins

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

24 Mar 1883

days at time on his visits TaUvbreek. Mr Goodsir had, however, prevailed upon him to take week or two this snooting season, and to bring bis friend Owen Meredith with him to share in tbe sports of the field. Poor Oavin! little had made of his holiday. He

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