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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

9 Jul 1881

'Yes- Ido set is that capacity.' And the banker, resuming his seat at the desk, settled his stout body nosily the cushions of his easy chair and, crossing over the other, prepared to give his best to say business that might be brought to hand over toyou

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

8 Aug 1885

At Mrs Buist’s—Mrs Stobie and family, Edinburgh. Mrs Dixon’s—Mr and Mrs Wilson, and Him Katie Wilson, Edinburgh. At Mrs Forster’s—Miss J. Bitohie and Mias G. Vance, Edinburgh. At Mrs Gentle’s—Mr and Fleming and family, Edinburgh. At Mrs Ker’s —Mr and

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

5 Aug 1882

I that it wee for Mrs Graham or say erne dm to his evil Mentions. He I simulated the Weaves gesdbmaa so wen, that his the way wadrimd, only to gin the emblem el Mrs Graham. but to bora as womb abort bar amid kw affairs as Laurie His adman Mug ameba by

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

31 Jan 1891

evening last week. Mr Charles Ker. the President, occupied the chair, while Mr Win. 1. Brookie, the Vice. President, officiated as croupier. About forty sat down to • sumptuous supper, which bed been purveyed an excellent style by Mr and Mrs John Hamilton

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

18 Aug 1883

which be lived and moved and bad his being? The thought of all this was agony to him. And yet there were extenuating drcumstanoea to nrged in excuse of his offence circumstances which, though they could not condone his oonduct, went far way to render it

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

23 Dec 1882

Yet, somehow, he has always managed to screen his vices—to keep the cloak of hypocrisy well round his shoulders. That eold, grave lock his; those stern, dark features, stiff, severe air; Swelter with his po li te language and correct mien, base sompletely

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

12 Jan 1884

for his attainments, we love the man for his tender-heartedness, bis fearless manliness, his pure and lofty spirit, his patriotic independence, and sterling honesty. All that was best in Border character was his, and Border hero ever laid down his life

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

24 Mar 1883

mother, who waa a stater of Niool Goodair, died shortly after his birth, ami he placed under the care of Mrs Goodair at Tullybreck. The Laird bad aa great an aifeotion for Garin aa if he had been his own son, and it waa therefore with infinite delight he watched

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

2 Apr 1881

thoroughfares. The place which letter was received by Mr Kennedy from his son, Assomatee A PoLICEMAN'a Wira.—At the Effinseems to be moat popular with these loungers is in which it was mentioned that he and his sisters b u rgh Polito Court on Tuesday, a young

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

20 Jan 1883

may slave away all his life without knowing what it is to be happy and contented, and that from fault his own. it not foolish to cling to the home country tenaciously and superstitionsly, to starve when he might literally be under his own vine and fig-tree

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

30 May 1885

Douglae—Portrait Mr Gust—Browning’s Poems. Lady Rayleigh-Chair. Capt O’Beirne—Chair. Mr Ornhoot—Silver taper stand. Lady F. Cavendish—Chippendale table. Mr D. Dundas—Diamond pins. Hon. N. Lyttleton—Two etchings. Mr and Mrs J. Hay-Tea table. Mr and Mrs Winsloe—Brussels

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

1 Sep 1888

tt Marrhonount -Mr and Mrs Thomas Black and fatnit, Leith. .at hoschery 'also -Mr anal Mrs Labannam, eurrir At St ltonan's Villa—Mr and Mrs Sandia° and family, l4iuburgh. At Mr; lirmsn's-Mra Mirk and foully , Leith. At Mrs Briton's- -Mr and Mis Wright

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

15 Jan 1881

information her companion possessed—his glue taste and correct judgment, his warm feelings and affectionate nature and above all, with his frank, free, generous spirit, That Robin Rumbold was highly pleased with his visit to Glencrsig. we need scarcely

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

5 Apr 1879

have of late years, however, been much questioned, and Mr David Murray Lyon, the accomplished secretary of the Grand Lodge of Scottish Masons, may placed the head of this division of writers. In his excellent work, 11 History of the Lodge of Edinburgh (Mary’s

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

25 Jul 1885

there were present;—Mrs Wm, Tborbnrn, Craigerne; Mias Murray, Mailingsland; Mrs Wm. Blackwood; Miss Gillespie, Edinburgh; Mr and Mrs R. Thorburn, Spring wood; Dr Connel and Mrs Connel; Mr and Mrs J. Ramsay Smith, Minnie Bank; Mr and Mrs Walter Thorburn,

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

4 Jan 1879

always did with all his might. lie was slow to make his mind, but swift to execute ; whatever he had linally resolved on. liis integrity was unimpeachable ; his patience extreme ; ■ his liberality unbounded. Yet hen a deputation of his workmen on strike

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

2 Jul 1887

and Mr Forbes, yr. of Medwyn; Mrs Nlackintosh, Miss Mackintosh, and Mr Mackintosh, yr. of La- maneha; Mr Cunningham of the Cuuninghams, formerly of Newholm; Rev. Mr Fancourt and Mrs Fancourt; flr Bonthrou, and Mra Bonthron, Mr Alexander, hanker. Mr Morgan

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

3 Sep 1881

PLACE. At Briar Busk—Mr and Mrs Shaw and family, Edinburgh. At Crichton Villa--Mr and Mrs Paterson, and Mr J. B. Paterson, Leit h. CoR:IN STaIZT. :It Agnes —Mrs and Miss liewat, ilawick. At .Vrs Dudds'—Rev. Robert Andenton and Mrs Anderson, EX. Chutels

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

18 Oct 1884

till a quarter before eight. The judges for leeks were Mr Slater, Suonybrae, VValkerbarn, and Mr Ja*. Spalding, nurseryman, Peebles; and for tbe vegetables, Mr Wm. Collins, Stoneybill, Walkerbnrn, and Mr Shannon, OalaabieU, who awarded the prizes follows;

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Peeblesshire Advertiser

Peeblesshire Advertiser Peeblesshire, Scotland

11 Apr 1891

hood: - Mr lord peovest gaif in as croupier. The company baying partaken of an programme concluded with Mr Lumeden'e original Ilitebie,Cardoe; 3. J.. Tweeds. Kiiaiedm workings, and draws in Lash air, the supply of his overture that his sone Mr William

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