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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

13 Nov 1908

the late Mn of the Clerk (Mr Wells Mahon) Tees- Robert Hope, and served as a 511 1 J-0011- (lay afternisait Then' were Present (lector tinder Mr Ballantvne. When Mr Mr John emeriti', (C airman), Prevost Ballantytte retired Mr NPLevy was 11- Young, Bailie

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1929

wells; Mr and Mrs John Clayy, Chi and Mrs J. R. C. Cowan, Edin Mrs W. 8. Douglas, Msinhouse; r month Darling, W.S., Kelso; Mr G. F Whitehill, Gordon; Mr A. H. Eck& wells; Miss Erskine, Grey House; The Anchorage; Miss C. Henderson, dens, Bowden; Mr and Mee

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

12 Mar 1909

given by Mr Talbot —(aliplause) --in that neon about a month or Mx weeks ago. He was sorry that there were few ladies present to hear Mr Talbot's address. because it was, he thought. the finest- effort of the kind they had had there. (Applause.) Mr Talbot

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Kelso Chronicle

Kelso Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

14 Jul 1871

Mr Harcourt and Mr Forster confirmed Mr James, but the chairman maintained his decision. Some discuaaion arose on the amendment of Mr Fowler to omit from clause sub-sections 5 to 10, which substitute private nominations for the existing system. The amendment

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Kelso Chronicle

Kelso Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

20 Oct 1865

farmer lorn his sheep to craze in Ilia parka and plantation* his landlord, and then arena that animal on the farm can he fatiene I at so little trouble and cost a« his sheep fed ; and, in order at once test Mr Milne Hume’s logic, and benefit his tenants.

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Kelso Chronicle

Kelso Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

27 Feb 1863

Bcotl; Lady Urns Bruce, daughter Lord Elgin ; Lady Victoria Unre. sister of Lord Listowei; Lady Georgians Susan Hamilton, daughter of Manjui* of Abcrcorn ; Lady Agnet* Yorko, daughter of Lord llurdwicke; Ijady Constance Villiurs. daughter of laird Clarendon;

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

25 May 1938

THE LATE LAIRD OF GALA Memorial Window Dedicated in St Peter's Church Bishop Reid, D.D., Edinburgh, dedicated in St Peter's Episcopal Church, Gateau'sls, on Sunday, a stained-glass window as • memorial to the late Mr John H. F. K. Scott, Laird of Gala

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

9 Nov 1923

justice to the repeat Mr and Mr. Oliver, Mr Mark Oliver. Mrs Purdie and party joined the gathering and received • hearty welcome. Mr Oliver. after extending • cordial welcome to one and all. expressed the pleasure it gave to Mrs Oliver and himself to

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

19 Oct 1872

heard that his wife was de il, ani on making his escape he went to Stavely to ascertain the truth. Tilers he was told, not only th it his wife was dea 1, Out that his child had followod her, and hie motherin-law having disapp owed, he felt his heart so

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

23 Sep 1876

HI-I-OBBY; OR HI-WO-BOBBY. SKETCH BY A BORDER TOURIST OF A LIVING DIINSE CHARACTER. Robert acted the gentleman to perfection. On the day following the purchase of his horse, he was seen driving in his carriage attended by liveried servants. He was

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

12 Sep 1913

Dusoirlark, lady Eliott of Stela, Capt. awl Lady Nina Balfour. Lady Binning, Lady laidlaw, Viscount and Vieeountesa Brackley, Lady Romney Fairfax, Lady Usher of Wells, Lady 'aura Smolt, Mrs Wauchopo of Niddrie, Mrn Oliver of Lechside, Mrs Heron-Maxwell

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

21 Feb 1930

Mootreul. Ross his graphic descriptions retried his uudieore slong with him in interesting fushioo, end the lecture ell through wss of most enjoyuble description. the hoepitulity of the jgeopU, end ttte ; recite] of the meeting with Mr Wilfium (who was

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

29 Apr 1893

ewer' The Lair.l ail Or,gleton Vale bowed hie proud head for shame before his dying aster. And well he might. be., alter the unkindly tart, he had acted towards her —her ! his only, hie orphan Meter-- whom he ought to have elteriehed with a bra h e o

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Kelso Chronicle

Kelso Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

4 Aug 1871

£5OOO. His share, being ninth of his uncle’s other property, amounted addition to £5OO, and he had besides legacy of £lOO in his quality of trustee. The estate was purchased General Elliot, after whose death it continued to be occupied by- Mrs General

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

16 Feb 1907

Tne boy acted his part admirably, and the spectators got much enjoyment out of the incidents of the meal. Mr and Mrs Howimon and Marion are invited to Holy. rood, where, after Some laughable perleying with a page and anvils, Jock that his friend the Gademau

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

15 Nov 1912

sit down tea the bell rang, and Mr Dow was announced. course was introduced, and invited to sit down with tho others. After tea, had a chat, the conversation being on general topics, but it soon turned to matrimony, and Mr Dow, being a bachelor, was asked

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Kelso Chronicle

Kelso Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

4 May 1849

Two New Cometh, —Mr. Graham, of Mr. Cooper. Observatory, Markrcc Custlo, 81igo, and M. Goujon, ot tho Observatory at Paris, have written to Mr. Hind, Mr. Bishop's Observatory, Regent's Park, notifying their discovery two new comets; Mr. Graham’s being

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

25 Feb 1927

Scots boy `making good' in . prat Kerr. New York. Mr T. W. I Mr Dingwall tend he thought Galt was i ntro d sce d Mr reed to-day for the vivid picture he of hip remarks, of the life of bin time sod for his 'lmpress' not only should insight into the peculiarities

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

12 Apr 1912

meeting held on Sunday night, Mr James Brown delivered a short address. In the hall at six o'clock, the chair was occupied by the President, Mr Steward, Station House. A solo was sung by Mrs Sinton, and an address delivered by Mr Sinton, Glasgow. During the

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

14 Oct 1882

mar bd. She Mr. 'tavern in the Mtn ; uotbitig more cad be toiled up suddenly into the kbelly (Me Will you done fur toe litte one. and I have stroogl hopes that ! et'd:.'ert.i.i'e'yt4hinalei el:l7ixota I..'lr.h‘a.ri:l.”%r‘i:illeit': hi.!Elliiteenaltr7wb

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