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  • County: Perthshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

17 Jul 1896

Backhg; Robertson, Blackhaugh Mr T. Ballantyne, Mr T. Kerr, Mr T. MacLeod ' • Mr Stewart, Ferdle ; Mr John Stewart. Mr John Allan, Mr MacLeish, Mr Cl. Doig, Mr D. Sidey, Mr Cl. Irons, Mr I). Baxter, Mr Soutar, View article

Type: Article
Blairgowrie Advertiser

Blairgowrie Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

10 Jan 1880

was to go over. Mr Duncan, the mason, and Mr Laird, the plumber, were then called in. Mr Duncan on being told Mr Carver had made explanations, said if that gentleman had done so, he had nut anything to say. In the contract he acted under Mr Carver's orders

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Type: Illustrated
Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

12 Dec 1892

of the high and estimable character of the deoeurd prelate. his piety, his charity, hr. kimdlitsees of dispositica ; conaiderieg also his achievemeitts as • scholar ad • theolegien, and his long coonecnos with Socitimed sad St Andrew., it eras not surprising

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Perthshire Constitutional & Journal

Perthshire Constitutional & Journal Perthshire, Scotland

13 Jan 1886

Ins.. Amor. other meets were Mrs Gellatly and the yammer members of the family, by Mr I'. Rabe/Woo, mammals: to by Mt - A. Gelled);Ti.. A:m.ltural coupled with Mr K. Lassoed, by Mr D. G. Reid; Me. lie eta and family. by Mr Grimily, am.; Tm ebee Coated

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Perthshire Constitutional & Journal

Perthshire Constitutional & Journal Perthshire, Scotland

10 Feb 1890

connection with his petition for the Lem. Lit of resin honors 'There were present Mr John A. Stewart, solicitor, for the bankrupt; Mr Willett', Chalmers. solicitor; Mr James C. Dow, .olicitor; and Mr John A. Robertson, solicitor. for client.. Mr Stewart Mated

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Perthshire Constitutional & Journal

Perthshire Constitutional & Journal Perthshire, Scotland

24 Jan 1877

Guards, Mrs Aatky, Warner, Scotch Fusilier Guards. Old hair brushes. silver backs-Hon. T. and Mr. Drummond. Saver egg muelniers -Lord F. Lennox, Scotch Fusilier Guards. Myer tray Mr D. and Mims Smythe of Methreu. I Four-in-hand whip-Mr Mrs Baird. -Mr T. G

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

8 Feb 1872

part of. or may situated at, or used in, or in any way connected with his ordinary principal residence or establishment.” Mr Tod died in and his wife niariied Mr Finlay in IS7O. Mr Tod had erected—lst, large conservatory or greenhouse, two foicing houses

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Perthshire Constitutional & Journal

Perthshire Constitutional & Journal Perthshire, Scotland

12 Aug 1878

William Ludy, is Pafields; and Lady, brothereeemea he the mid Mr George Lundy of Garth,. We have jest reed hew the laird sad lady desired their me. George, to give up his separate living, and to mese mid remain is home with his father. George probably did

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

19 Oct 1871

gentlemen from the south were—Mr Will and I>r. Wylie, Errol; Mr Kennedy, Mr Creig, Mr Stuart, and Mr Lowe, Perth ; and Mr Lsdale, Bridge of Earn. The meeting was most successful one. Mr Will gained the lirst prize of with his (b. k. and w. Clutha. It is

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Perthshire Constitutional & Journal

Perthshire Constitutional & Journal Perthshire, Scotland

17 Jan 1867

perform active duty, Captain Small would be found at his poet, and dung his duty. (Cheers and Highland honours.) Rev. Mr proposed The Married Sisters of Mr Small, and in doing so remarked that these ladies had endeared themselves to all with whom they came

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

17 Jul 1856

being obliged precede it for the purpose making arrangements for its reception Dunkirk; and. in hi* absence. Mr. Harvey Tillygrelg; Mr. Hop-. Fenton Dicns; and Mr. Steedm m, B-ighnll, th charge of the different trains to Lowestoft, and of the voyage thence

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

19 Oct 1898

present laird was born, and who as boys wandered about the famous wood, and guddled in the burn which ban given • theme to many a village bard, who have heard music in its ripple. A fortnight ago the villagers welcomed Immo the laird and his lady with grand

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

14 Sep 1898

two cabmen in the vicinity, was arrested. As • matter of course he glories in his crime, and tells a fine spun tale of his connection with an Anarchist group at Lugano,of his being chosen at a meeting at Zurich, with six other members of the gang, to

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

1 Aug 1885

Church of Ile the ring hack a day or two after it as. taken off his fin g er. let she refused to give it, raying it gate her a hold on hies. Ile had *stokes, lope in iutirsuer'• father's home. (hies or tern,* week he merit an hour in their Were during the winter

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Blairgowrie Advertiser

Blairgowrie Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

18 Jan 1879

glances were sly as of yore, What coul.l he have meant by that squeeze. They drew round the table, the Laird took his seat, Lady Nell nestled close by his side ; Miss Ann, with the gauger, so simpering and sweet, Forsooth ; aped the air, of a bride. The minister

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Type: Illustrated
Perthshire Constitutional & Journal

Perthshire Constitutional & Journal Perthshire, Scotland

8 Sep 1870

with his sword broken, and his cocked hat at his feet. The hearers of the chair are the King of Prussia and the Prince of Saxony. Bismark is ordering their proceedings. Bismuth Tie his legs! Shut him up! Off with him! Quick! The King (touching his crown)—

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Type: Article
Perthshire Constitutional & Journal

Perthshire Constitutional & Journal Perthshire, Scotland

6 Aug 1868

Dundee; the Ron. Mrs Ogilvy. p?aes, there is no field in Scotland more admirably Mrs Colonel Bulwer, and the Dowager Lady Buxton; Mr John Murray Drummond of Meggincli; Mr Ogled for the manceuvring of a large force; and Grant of Kilgraston ; Mr James Miln of

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Perthshire Constitutional & Journal

Perthshire Constitutional & Journal Perthshire, Scotland

15 Oct 1877

Laurence Mercer, eldest son of Sir Laurence Mercer, Laird of Aldie, by his second wife, the Lady Christian Bruce; Rorie Clerk, son of Mr Donald Clerk, minister at Lochelle; James Borthwick, son of the deceased Mr Ebenezer Borthwick, minister at Leachers ; and

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

20 Jul 1865

rid path, his scat in whither hi* wife h«l .aitne a few weeks fore from Kyvie. then ■mule his snlmusaiou lie- t.'ommunwcalth. The re-eslal-lislimeiit, liowev- r, of state of things was *<> far unprupitious to him that bis creditors (on account hi* securities

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

2 Apr 1863

there u slay man'* life, and there no period his activity, in which, if hi» mind Is alive, if keeps his car* and eye* open to impression* and oW-rvation*. will la> continu.tliy ad-line to stock s>f his tdiM* ami his thought*, and which ho will not mid the

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Type: Article