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  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

19 Dec 1833

Dunkeld, to the Uev. Mr Inveracity of Caputh, on his completing the fiftieth year of his ministry in that parish. Besides the ordinary members of Presbytery, there were present as guests, Sir Alexander M. Mackenzie, Sir Robert H. Dick, Mr Buttar of Pitlochry

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

18 Apr 1833

relaxes his efforts, I ousel of Theft, with the aggravation of habit and | / , tUo „.,, trade, with his neigh. am l like the little bloodsucker alluded to, when suntrepute, pleaded guilty. Their Lordships were ot _ * lady saturated, quits his hold, and

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

28 Oct 1841

LADY GRANGE—INTERESTING TALE. In the parish Durimsh, North Highlands, is interred the ill-fat**! Lady Grange, whose singular history accords better with the dark ages barbarism than with the general character of the times which she lived. Some very romantic

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Perthshire Courier

Perthshire Courier Perthshire, Scotland

19 Oct 1837

Hundred Guineas, granted to the City of Edinburgh. Heats two miles. Mr Wilkin's b. f. Modesty, 3 years old—T. Lye, . . . . Mr Stirling’s b. m. Lady Lowman, years old, 4 2 Mr Ramsay's b. f. Lady Stepney, 3 years old, Sir Win. Scott's b. h. The Count, years old

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Perthshire Courier

Perthshire Courier Perthshire, Scotland

5 Dec 1833

Lord Stratha) lan, Mr Scott.., bony, ray, Es(J. Laird Criefr Mr Graham. W. ,\| array, of Dollerie. returned thanks for his father;LaMr W, T.iylof.,, Abercair. Captain SteeleThe Laird of Mon/ie, by Junes

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

11 Sep 1845

custody Mr. Field, one of the London police, prior examiuatiuu before the magistrate. The Murder of Mr. Booth.—A man named Henry has boon arrested and fully committed Cavan jail, fur the murder of late Mr. Booth. answers description given Mrs. Bell, both

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Perthshire Constitutional & Journal

Perthshire Constitutional & Journal Perthshire, Scotland

30 May 1838

presented was a shilling a-head. The fait ladies of the Fair City were ably represented by Mrs. Titylor, the better halves of two journeymen ironfounders, and Mrs. itrlntosh, Paul Street, alias the Blind Laird's widow, who was greviowdy disappointed

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Perthshire Constitutional & Journal

Perthshire Constitutional & Journal Perthshire, Scotland

14 Feb 1838

bolstered up in his bad eminence. His brother's nuptialscame as a god-send to him in the case of the civil List—his pairing-off having saved him the necessity of giving a vote. We had intended to exhibit to Mr. William Taylor, and his West End votaries

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

16 Apr 1840

lasted glass. ■ _ - Pride being leading element in his character, it all his Ideas. He not only was proud his own lineage *nd name, but of whaieecrhs was connected with, from his clan or county neighbours to his at large. When the local militia waa raised in

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

15 Nov 1838

Bailies; David Murray, Esq. Treasurer; Mr Gavin Lang, Town Clerk. Renfrew.— John Stewart. Esq. Provost; John Berry, Esq. and James M’Hutchon, Esq. Bailies; Mr John W’aterson, Dean Guild; Mr John Jeffrey, Treasurer; Mr George Hutchison, Town Clerk. Rutiierglen

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Perthshire Courier

Perthshire Courier Perthshire, Scotland

27 Nov 1828

from his horse in the beginning of the conflict, and he named his name and offered to surrender, his right hand, which he stretched out for mercy, was cut from his body. Thus far history but family tradition adds the following circumstance: the lady who

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Perthshire Courier

Perthshire Courier Perthshire, Scotland

25 Dec 1834

by flattery, he forgot his duty to bis people; his person, to be sure, was sacred, and must remain sol *' But that they could properly and constitutionally tell him what they thought of his conduct. Another associate of yours, Mr Simpson, observed, that

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Perthshire Courier

Perthshire Courier Perthshire, Scotland

1 Apr 1825

Ids presence a charity ball given the inhalntants I of Kincardine, under the patronage his lady, tlie ' noht honourable the Baroness Keith, for the benefit of the Ladies’ Female Society of that place. The company was numerous and respectable, and the dance

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Perthshire Courier

Perthshire Courier Perthshire, Scotland

14 Sep 1843

second, Mr Kidd ; third, Mr Marshall. CARROTS—Best, Mr Henderson; second. Mr Kidd. ONIONS—Best, Mr Robertson» second, Mr Dick. Spiing sown ditto, best. Ramsay second, Mr Cardno. LETTUCE—Best. Mr Henderson; second, Mr Pickard. BEET— Best. Mr second, Mr Kidd

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Perthshire Courier

Perthshire Courier Perthshire, Scotland

25 Aug 1825

J. Forbes. Esq. of Mr, Mrs, and Miss Stewart, CliK-kfoldich ; Captain Aitkmson and friend; Major Guthrie; J. Sett. Dnmbreck; Mr M‘lnMrs General M*Leod; Mrs Lain* Meason Lindertis; G.egorv, Esq. Edinburgh; Mr and Mrs Stewart Kallechin, and

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Perthshire Courier

Perthshire Courier Perthshire, Scotland

18 May 1826

y. On his head, if he docs, rests a tremendous responsibility.—/m/ta Gazette. Smyrna, April 3. Sir H. Lowe, who is here his way to India, was near falling the hand a fanatic Frenchman, who probably meant, according to his notions, to avenge his country

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Perthshire Courier

Perthshire Courier Perthshire, Scotland

19 Dec 1823

owe their civilization to Mr Grant. This report of the honourable gentleman’s speech cannot correct, to his sentiments at least, for I the object of his hook is to prove that the Gaels never we savages at all. Hut perhaps his ideas of savage life may different

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

6 Jan 1842

relation the late Mr. West, member for Dublin, said—Mr. West’s disposition was amiable that hellcred never had a personal enemy. There was this bright trait in his character, too, that when accused exterminating his tenantry on one his estates, indignantly

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Perthshire Courier

Perthshire Courier Perthshire, Scotland

14 Oct 1819

the accusation was founded in Uct. Mr Pearson then camp forward. The principal part of his speech was taken up with answer - some observations which had fallen from a Mr Williams relative a lett-r received from his (Mi Pearson’s) brother, charjrtYig;

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Perthshire Courier

Perthshire Courier Perthshire, Scotland

27 Aug 1822

Kirkton, lady A.Drummond—l Inntcr Thursfon, lady Ro’lo—Cochrane of Clippings, lady Keith—Laing Meason, lady D. Hc.tr.lltun. Sharpe, by toe countess Lauderdale—Mitchell, Scott Gala, lady Montague—Ferguson Kilric, lady Bclbaven—Trotter of Leghorn, lady List

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