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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

20 Oct 1883

Mathiaon, Mr Bobert Johnston, Springwood; Mr J. M*Cormiok, Hay Lodge; Mr Steele, Mr Jonas Mitobell, Mr L. Forrest, Venlaw; Mr J. M'Donaid, Daruhall; Mr O. Brown, Kjulzia; Mr Wm. Davidson, Cringletie; Mr William Borthwiok, Mr Crnickabank, Mr D. M'Farlane

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

6 Mar 1880

shudder to think upon her falling into his hands.' 'She shall never fall into his hands,' exclaimed Walter, in a tone of fierce determination. ' His license may . be groat, but he dare not do open violence or injury to a lady resident in this mansion. As her

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

29 Sep 1883

mysterious affair which had saddened his existence and put end to all his mechanical pursuits. Manuel Duguid canied on his career of deception and fraud, getting bolder and bolder his prospects brightened and his victims were the more easily duped. Geoffrey

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

10 Sep 1892

pertaining to the laird of Smithfeild, on the west by the land of John Belle, portioner of lionyngtoun, and on the north by the Kanoland pertening to the laird of Blackberony. 17th February 15JO. —Sir Patrik Stamboul., chapellane of our Lady Cuapell situat

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

28 Mar 1891

latia , lere and their Followers, with facsimile letters from Mr lila Istune, L Derby, Lord If artiagion, and Mr Akers-Douglas; an Interview with Dr Samuel Smiles, whose biography of Mr Murray, thu famous publisher, is now in the prey+, au l a completi

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

16 Jan 1892

baring beeieg been done tin mite .. mita . and Mrs B. Mitchell, and Mr Wm. Jobosteee, a look round , when • tall elderly lady and a tables were laden, the Chairman, in Annan Mr &moor, Mr Pleederkith, Mr R. Lees, Mr young man plaited me. From the tones of their

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

9 Sep 1882

dews the Oh ark, sod hi headlong at her feet by Ow load cry. Ned Hare as. no Wog IMO Me wills a lighted candle his ban& wide his - sridelmiewed dem at his heels. • MO the demi a' this et v he sheeted, he woe epee the maw aid his eyes lighted on the who

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

9 Oct 1880

smile of ineffable sweetness lay upon his lips; his eyes beamed with inexpressible love, and he lifted up his hands over his beloved people in the attitude of blessing. In the lifting up of his hands he also lifted up his voice and wept. He wept when he saw

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

25 Oct 1884

Among those present were Mr 8. M'lnucs, treasurer; Mr Dioksou, clerk; Mr Jas. Steele, manufacturer; Mr J. Fergusson, Mr Alex. Meek, Mr A. Steele, Mr l>. Paterson, Mr Buchan, Town Clerk; Mr G. G. Munro, Leith; Councillor T, Wallace, Mr O. Wilkie, Bailie Mathison

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

11 Oct 1884

Peebles; Mr J Watson, Blyth bulk, Ddphinton; Mr William Brown, ElaVni; Mr Alex. Reid, Chairman Non* Elector** Committee; Mr And. Smyth. Mr And. Diukaon. Mr W. H. Williamson. Mr Wm. Rennie, M; George Wilson, jun., Mr Jae. W. Rennie, M> Jas. Campbell, Mr Jaa

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

27 Aug 1881

Cottage—Mr D. W. Dewar, and Miss Dewar, Edinburgh. Al Magtirld Vllbr—Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Mr David R. Chalmers, Edinburgh. NOHTHGATE. At Miss Brunttm's—Mr and Mrs Mitchell and family, Edinburgh. At Mrs I ws --Mr Mercer, Edinburgh. At Mrs John Mr and Mrs Spence

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

24 Jan 1885

discharged the duties of lecompanyist. At the close, Mr Win. H. Williamson, on behalf the Association, expressed their indebtedness Mr M'Gill and bis choir, Mr bait, Mrs Mitchell, Miss Arrol, Mr Steele, >or their kindness in consenting take part in

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

25 Jun 1887

Estate was proposed by Mr Daniels, amid replied to by Mr Brockie, who proposed The Personal Servants, to which Mr Daniels replied in suitable terms. The Bairns was proposed by Mr Wm. Cattanach, and was replied to by Mr IM‘Gillivray. Mr Martin, in the course

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

19 Nov 1892

• vote of thanks. A debate followed on Whether we should admit ladies as meonsirs of oar Association ? the positive aspect being set forth by Mr Robert Craik, and the negative by Mr David Lsidlaw, both of whom had exceileot opening papers, and did

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

19 Aug 1882

altog e ther of a repelling aspect. His deep-set, grey eyes gave evidence of his cunning, and his full, heavy jaws, his cowmen 4 lips, and short, bullrlerg-lookiug neck denoted both cruelty and firmness. By his side a thin, morese-lookiiig woman, of

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

2 Jun 1883

him hie wonted health and strength. His friend Owen Meredith still remained with him; for Owen was at liberty stay long he liked, his father’s business as shipowner flourishing just as well without any assistance on his eon part. Indeed, the elder Meredith

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

29 Apr 1882

the oak sod worm is width she WWI wilmied by his With a bewildered manner and unsteady game, the poor raised WNW( oe his elbow and evidently triad bud to nabs what had happened. Passing his bead wise* wow his brow and looking at be ' When am %We' Irian's

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

3 Apr 1880

silence to the spsrtment to which Walter had directed him to conduct them. Allan followed close in his wake, so close as to be able to put his hand on his shoulder at any moment. The curate followed next, and the soldiers behind. The trampling of their

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

3 Mar 1883

'■ Leerie, laddie, is that yon!’ was the response. aD d the old man raised his doubled figure aswell could, and turned his wateiy eyes upward, while grin of welcome overspread his wrinkled features and gave them ghastly shape. •That’s been sic bad day for

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

9 Feb 1889

four years he has resided with his daughter, Mrs Keenan, High Street, here, and fur his age be was remarkably healthy, and retained possession of all his faculties, although latterly his hearing was slightly defective. His end came somewhat suddenly and

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