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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

11 Nov 1927

Castlo for a few days, where, doubtless, his entertainment was to hie mind. Ott Bth Septetuber he took leave of his hostess ' but not before her Ladyship supplied Mr Oastrell, his friends, and their servants with a liberal supply of ham, tongue, bread

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

2 Jun 1906

Gimpge Douglas, his brother, for his valiant envie*, mooring them that that day's serviette bad cleared atom ot all immersions and disloyalty, and lore to England, laid upon them by their enemies. Lie thanked the Laird of Baloleuth also for his wise and fortunate

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

28 Oct 1921

baar/’ adjodicator was Mr (iaorca H. Manor, Bba%kL Rasalt.-l (ulrarehallanaa tap with £w), Glasgow N.B. Loco. Works (Mr Oaerga Oaj); 2 (£l4), Torga (Mr J. A. O rasa wood) j 3 (£10). Dnuaiktar Uaitad* , (Mr R. Kimmm) (£5). Oo-op«rmtiT« (Mr W. H«lUw«U); (£4)

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

15 Sep 1906

in silver and 214 is copper, Archibald Henderson (8), Castlegate; lady's kid glove, Mary Ann Readdie, Queen Street; lady's umbrella, Helen Haig, Veiroh's Close ; lady's velvet belt, Mrs Baxter, Constabulary Bail& Inge ; pair of spectacles, Robert Eno:

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Kelso Chronicle

Kelso Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

13 Oct 1871

James Douglas, Esq. of Cavers, ami Mrs Douglas; Captain Palmer, R.N., and family: Mr Stewart ; Mrs Morrow, Liverpool, and party ; also Mr Riddell, mission-agent of the Evangelical Alliance, met them. All being seated, Mr Riddell invoked the divine blessing

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

7 Jul 1932

crossed the Tweed and were welcomed at Abbotsford by Major- General Sir Walter Maxwell Scott, Lady Maxwell Scott, and her two daughters, Lady Patricia and Lady Jean. Sir Walter, in welcoming the representatives of Galashiels in, the courtyard in front of

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

19 Sep 1913

Aberdeen for his supposed where in the death of lord Russell, and there in 1566, the gallant Borderer died of a broken heart. Hi, non, Sir Andrew, who had married the daughter of Andrew Stewart, Manner of ttchiltree. two yearn prerioun. won hi, nuc- ressor

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

6 Aug 1920

for hie home on the Clyde. mr a fortnight on his way from America ♦frica be has not been in England November, 1918. bare Ailed out, and be has grown io • Daily Mail reporter who his hotel studying some photolarm stock on his estate at Glen, turned

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

29 Aug 1913

that the of W. E O. Rutherford. Eng., the popular young laird nettles down at his ancestral home laird of Edgeroten, a company of between 70 of Edgernton. (Applause.) Lieut. Rother. and All ladies sod gentlemen—tenants , em. ford, in the name of your tenants

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

12 Apr 1939

unfairly imprisoned for debt for eight months for failing to pay his children's school bills while he was pioneering in Canada. As a novelist his due of reputation never fully came his way because of the fame and glory of Sir Walter Scott. The English

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

31 Jul 1914

and don’t you muffled, and his identity is not be mad** out forget.’ she a*l*ied, with some truculence, ‘that except through his sjieech, which remarkably I’m Miss Kings ford’s friend. She’s lieen like tliat of William, laird Satchells. The treated badlv

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

31 Mar 1922

panned. * I think his malady deeply-seated/ said Basil gently, 'and that everything which has happened is bnt its expression—and one does not know «hat may come next.' 'Everythingf Madge echoed. 'But there was only his attempted—his misadventnre’V 'There

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

29 Nov 1934

wadi awn me a trifle, she tippling, and two years after his death his and traditions of the pest but continue folk, are pow as a foreign tongue. Here is an changes her tune, an' says, ' Eh, pity me, Mr wife accepted au offer of marriage. But she he r' young

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

29 Nov 1929

Gil Sie 3 a SATUIIDAY, 11179.) Mr Walter L.l house factor, this week sold by Mammal of hewn, 19 Allan to Mrs Margaret Wiboa. to Mr sale, far r et RM. We r Role Ibis property la Mare, able for *al Board. Foe Ave weeks Mr neetiap almost aiglit/y la sad

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

1 Oct 1926

of his industry and energy in that beautiful (Reid, and handsome anti eon,. morlious grand stand. A Happy Augury. Mr A. W. Angus conveyed the regrets of Use President of the Scottish Rugby Union, Mr J. Aiktuan Smith, at being linable to attend. Mr Angus

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

6 Jun 1935

with the king. Ile al.o arranger for Lady Varuiouth to take Sophia'. place at the critical mom cut after she (Sophia) gained her husband's pardon. The hog se.u. takes place iii Kiiiint h01e.% when• the Laird and his wife are happily reunited situ are visited

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

7 Nov 1874

earefal laird in the Highlands, that he was waited on by neighbonr to request his name as an accommodation to a bit bill for for three months, which led to tbe following characteristic colloquy : Na, na, I canna doe the'. Why for no, laird? Ye hae

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

4 Dec 1880

in the shape of Mrs Upper-Spar will not bow herself unto her. In her anger she forgets to do wishe would be done by, and stamps the life nearly nut of poor Mrs ‘Vreetleup just below her. in like manner also behaves Mr Second-Spar to his brother. .111 d

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1934

of fares, until at last Ramsay was carrying his passengers free gratis and giving them a drink on the road. He was of great stature and immense strength. One day he caught a tinker grazing his ass in one of his fields. Instead of challenging the tinker

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

14 Feb 1935

the death of Mr .lohu 11. F. K. Scott. tie. Laird of Gala. For many years he had b•••• • familiar figure in the tosii. and took his of public duty. .tv a m•ii.,r for uut,s of the Selkirk County Council he had given unremitting attention to his duties. and

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