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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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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

24 Feb 1934

rs were:-1 Miss A. Haggart (captain), Miss Haggart, Mr Fulton, and Mr Tovani; consolation, Mrs Robert Stewart (captain), Mrs Milne, Mrs Galbraith, and Mr H. Stewart; lucky prizes, Mrs Forbes and Mr Downie, jun. Miss Mason acted as cardmaster, and also

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

12 Aug 1925

James and Lady Roberts: Mrs Roberts. Mr J. le Roberts, Mr Wilkins Roberta. Miss lamberts, and Mies Betty Roberta. llachany House; Mr Aykroyd, Mr Cecil Aykroyd. Mr !toward Aykroyd, Muster Cecil AykeuYsl. Birstwith Hall; Sir Bilis and Lady Denby. Mr Arthur

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

26 Mar 1930

health of Mr Ward. Mr Inglis said— The wish you all entertain for the young laird is long life, happiness. health, prosperity, and should fortune inflict him with a wife we hope she will be a good one. (Loud applause.) The health of Sir John and Lady Ward

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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

21 Jul 1902

bequests, all free of legacy duty, be implemented:— To Mrs Ethel Maxtone Unshorn, residing in Edinburgh, his niece, the pictures of Mr and Mrs Keith ; to the trustees of the London Literary Fund his own works or writings on old and middle English, and also

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

25 Oct 1922

Macfarlane, minister of Dull, to acquaint Lord Barnby with the history of the quaich. Mr Mabfarlane said—Lord Barnby, Lady Hamby, ladies and gentlemen—When it 'became known that His Majesty had decided to recognise (by the bestowal of a Peerage) the valuable services

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

5 Aug 1925

Chalmers. Miss N. Ev:eti, Mr P. Fraser. and Mr A. R. Maeitaughton: Mrs T. t'. Stock.. htuilce: Miss Zis Millar. Glasgow: Miss H. Maw. Glasgow: Miss M. Fyfe. Dundee: Miss Madge Miller: Mr R. Fyte, I) lee. Father J. ('.s4an and Mr \orntat► Stuart acted as

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

20 Jul 1903

witness and her sister came borne, and Mr Stewart remained to look after Mr Christie. When he came home Mr Christie refused to get a apecialist, although his wife was seriously ill. Mrs Christie died on 13th October, 1894. Mr Christie refused to see the joiner

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

3 Jul 1909

for the Tories. But Ipert from polities he was highly ester:l9a! told respected for his cheery goal-licartellte.ee. his genial disposition, his kindly liumonr, aid his desire at all times to do a good turn to those with whom he contact. In eomemir with

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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 Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

1 Feb 1930

crept', Mr Dewar: The Lasses. Mr John Jack- son, reply. Mrs M'Farlane: '• The Uuild, Mr M'Ainsh. reply. Miss J. Simpson: Secretary and Treasurer. Miss Williamson. reply, 1J Jackson and Miscast; Kindred Societies. Mr A. Duman. reply, Mrs niches

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

8 Oct 1902

gond fellow. Mr Sharp of Mouton, and Mr Robertson, Bel r, who are now the oldest tenants, and ham under four lairds, spoke of the great impromeasets that had been made by Mr Surling's forefathers. They remembered sell when the late Mr Fintayees's father

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

12 Aug 1922

l'rovost and Mrs Mungall. Cried; Canon and Mrs Meredith, Cried; Mr and Mrs Murray of Dollerie; Mr and Mrs Fraser of Invermay; Mrs Stewart of Woodend; Miss Graham Montgomery of Cairnleith. Criet; Colonel and Mrs Dabble, Arnbenk; Pi.v. A. Campbell and Mr. Campbell

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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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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

16 May 1903

welcome Mr and Mrs Steuart • - ham. All along the route sags were flying. Seines M'Leish, the oldest tenant on the Murthly estate, an old veteran of about eightpsix, on behalf of the tenants, welcomed the laird and his lady to Murthly Castle. Mr Steuart

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

12 Oct 1957

sketch. Solos wee rendered by Mrs George Mailer and Mr J. A, Garrie, and a recitation by Mrs C. M. King. The ace - paniments for the dancing and choral items were played by Miss Chrissic Campbell and for the solos by Mrs I. Hepburn.

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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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