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Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette

Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

26 Nov 1904

LAIRD AND LADY PRESENTATIONS AT JOHNSTONE ADDRESSES FROM TOWN COUNCIL, FECAILS, AND VOLUNTEERR. Oa Tweet Lay last, a2reral iatere.ring tome tioao pLur at Johartoue Castle nu the amain, of the tetra-a, after their marriage, of Mr. mad . L. do,..ttotto

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Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

6 Aug 1886

because his absence is owing to the failure of his health, and that his inability present thjs occasion is entirely owing to his illness; and I also regret his absence because if hod been here to night would have met with great many of his old friends

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Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser

Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser Renfrewshire, Scotland

3 Sep 1853

presenting him a handsome testimonial. The duties the chair were ably discharged liv Mr. Graham, of Glasgow, while Mr. Mr. Laird's successor, officiated vice-chairman, with his usual ability. After the usual loyal toasts, the chairman rose, and, in a neat speech

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Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

10 Aug 1901

DEATH OF MR JORiN* LAIRD, The community will learn with surprise and deep regret of the death of this wellknown townsman, which took place at Troon last pijc'ht. Mr Laird had gone with bis family the Ayrshire coast resort tho beginning the month, and

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Port-Glasgow Express

Port-Glasgow Express Renfrewshire, Scotland

27 Nov 1942

OF MR. BIRKMYRE with regret that we andeath of Mr John Birktich took place early yes)rning at his residence, iers, Kilmacolni, after an about two months. was the second son of John Birkmyre, Shalott, and the fifth generation Irkmyrea in direct line associat-

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Greenock Advertiser

Greenock Advertiser Renfrewshire, Scotland

22 Dec 1880

Stall No, 3.—Mrs Bobcrt Buchanan, 30 Esplanade ; Mrs James M. Hill, Glenafton, Esplanade ; Mrs R. B. Shearer, Street (West); and Mrs Dr Dickson, Whitehaven. Stall No. 4.—Mrs John Lang, 12 Union Street; Mrs Andrew Swan, Williamlield ; Mrs Daniel Rankin

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Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

15 Nov 1904

Lcitch, Mr James Love (chairman Parish Council), Mr R. S. Walker, Mr John Arnot, Dr Cluckic, D. Riddoll (Blackball), with Mr H. Black and Mr Wra. Howie as croupiers. Amongst others present were: Mr John Chalmers, Mr W. B. Ingram. Captain Angus, Mr Archibald

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Port-Glasgow Express

Port-Glasgow Express Renfrewshire, Scotland

17 Aug 1910

not get adequately paid for. Mr Toon having left the green, the prize was handed to Mrs Toon. Mr Matthew Holm replied for the rink winning first prize, of which he was a member. Mr Melrose spoke for the rink he skipped, and Mr Purdon said that as he had

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Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette

Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

30 May 1903

Flodden in 1513. His son, Sir Patrick Honstoun, was a devoted friend of the youthful James V., and lost his life in an effort to rescue his sovereign from the ambitious Earls of Arran and Angus in 1526. About thin time mention is made in Mr. John AtUre's

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Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser

Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser Renfrewshire, Scotland

9 Aug 1873

liberality tbe promotion aod Mr Duces, the part of the Government, concurred, and the amendment was agr-el to. Toe adjourned debate the FiC'ory Acts Amendment Dill was resumed—Mr aod Lsiih supporting the second reading. MR MUSDKILI defended the measure

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Port-Glasgow Express

Port-Glasgow Express Renfrewshire, Scotland

13 Nov 1896

Purvis and Mrs Purvis, Mrs M'Geoch, Mr Robert G. Turnbull, and Miss Turnbull, Mr Lewis Maclellan, jun., and Mrs Maclellan, Mr Graham Thomson, Rev. H. Brittain, Mt William Laing, superintending engineer of the Laird Line ; Mr J. Turnbull, Mr A. G. Struthers

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Renfrewshire Independent

Renfrewshire Independent Renfrewshire, Scotland

17 Feb 1872

family, and for this purpose he got Mr Weems, his factor, to draw up a deed of entail. The old laird, to make doubly sure, caused a number of persons to be inserted in the deed, and, when lie could think of no other, Mr Weems, by way of a joke, suggested

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Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

10 Dec 1903

survived the Lady Octavia and family of sons and daughters, including the heir, and the Rev. Charles Robert Stewart, Walter Richard Stewart, Archibald Stewart,. Lady Newark, and the Hon. Mrs Lyttlcton. It will be remembered that one of his sons, Captain

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Renfrewshire Independent

Renfrewshire Independent Renfrewshire, Scotland

20 Feb 1875

the meditations of his guest, but took advantage of the interval to fill the glasses, which were empty. The factor took up his, supped a little of its contents, then set it down again, fidgeted on his chair, and, after clearing his throat, proceeded to

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Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

6 Jul 1876

the Attorney-General came on. This was suit instituted laird Muakeny few the purpose of obtaining decree of the Court declaring that his with Mias Flora Gsargioa Sksffingtou, daughtsr of the flon. Mrs Skeffington, was Valid marriage. A appeared that, the

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Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

3 Mar 1893

Henry James opened the case for Lady Waldcu, said they must treat Lord Walden human being times not nsiblc for his actions and at other times guilty of the greatest cruelty. Counsel said that Lord Walden had neglected his wife, accused her of theft, treated

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Greenock Advertiser

Greenock Advertiser Renfrewshire, Scotland

5 Aug 1881

is high above that resolution which in the bitterness of his last defeat he made never again to seek the suffrages of his native county. We hope some day that Sir Archibald Campbell will have his ' torn of being Member for Renfrewshire. In the meantime

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Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette

Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

23 Nov 1907

going to do? A certain nobleman well known to society, while one day (strolling round his stables, came across his coachman's little boy on a seat, playing with his toys. After talking to the yonnmiter a abort time, he said— Well, my little can, do you

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Greenock Advertiser

Greenock Advertiser Renfrewshire, Scotland

23 Nov 1883

potent far hi* good. Birt if yon ask him to himaelf he thinks a* mottre not of generosity, hot of weaknsaa. It Mama him that power is failing which does not ever and emphatically aeaast ita pe*!** o ® and its rights. him such Bill aa that Mr Ilbert de

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Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

5 Sep 1864

THE LAIRD O’ COCKPEN. One day—so goes this popular tradition—as Sir Alexander Murray was strolling down the avenue, he saw the Laird of Haystoun, mounted on his white pony, approaching, if with the intention visiting Darn Hall. After the usual greetincs

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