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  • County: Stirlingshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

31 Dec 1890

the person of Mr Alexander, the young Scotch actor and manager, who made his reputation at the Lyceum under Mr Irving, the City of the Rock can claim connection, as, if we mistake not, he is old High School boy. Mr Alexander—that is his professional name—is

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

4 Sep 1884

Lord Stair expressed his zonviction that they were bound to win. At sixteen minutes past six Mr Glaristows was cn his feet, and the cheering which accompanied his rising spin and again renewed, every pears in hall springing to his feet, lesamed thin than

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

13 Nov 1880

ander the care of the lieu lieutenant, Mr Henderson ; the right of the treasurer. Mr Smith ; the left of the weretary. Mr Gonne Monet ; and the rear of the second lieutenant, Mr M Drummond Captain Robertsoo took his nation in the centre, and ably superintended

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

3 Mar 1866

y. Such terms as these can never listen to. As you please, Mr Everly, replied the lawyer, coolly. In that case is ray duty, agent for th e late Mr Everly, to inform his son of his death, and request him to come immediately to Nefcherton to take

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Jan 1886

:—First violins, Mr J. IL Young (leader) and Miss Mary Rough ; second violins, Messrs Robert Gillespie and James Young ; Mr Robert Paterson ; double bass, Mr I). Galoshes • flute, Mr R. Prater ; pianoforte, Mies Maggie Robertson ; harmonium Mr George Gillis

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

27 Jun 1874

between • ei being d. Nivea, sued a feeling et that lady Darville wen. Lady Demi& all. I do net applied km except OM you seam* game me pa preietod is carrying me e( ewe to Embrey to make me lady Donau Dopers:oiled what I said on the that hippened.

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

23 Sep 1886

missions?' of Woods and Forests mad th e proprietors. JOHN AND TUC LAIRD.-A certain laird has a Private Geo. Sutberland,77 Sere. . Herkes, 64 -On the grimed of the former, and ended in Mr Joint MORLIT remained the debate upon the man who often mixes thugs

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 Dec 1883

have also to acknowledge special prises from Mr J. C. Bolton, M.P.; Colonel Murray of Polmaise; Mr Erskine of Cardross ; Mr W. S. Young, Knockhal. Bridge of Allan ; Mr John Galbraith, Croy . Cunningham ; Mr Macdonald, jeweller, Stirling, during the year

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

18 Feb 1875

*“ ,r valuable combination to get Pepper's Quinine 1 from his memory , the whirt-Übl., its high as-o Iron Tonic, each bottle of which is carefully ■ stakes, absorbs his whole mind, and, so far his oienared with Chemically pure ingredients, and ability citonds

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Jan 1888

a gait* That anemone, oboe the Laird and hie Birds bay nth their Hogh wed doss to Porkiest.. He berg snot the cros foe half boor, ors mad- ha are. Hogh made up to about to • him, hut to his neon Bat put his Roger to his lip, walnut t., I oh at him did

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

14 Jan 1888

a mina amoral. on.. inmost Mr It Mr T. Merton, Mr it WI/woad, Mr K. Mn Thenne, Mr J. Shearer, Mann (24 Mr L Mt J. Tyller, Mr J. Weis,' * Mr W. new, Mown W. Allen (M. Mr J. Aedenow, Mr Ilene-nein, Mr J. Pace. Mr le. Tly.

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Oct 1875

ea-Bailie Barclay. Mr JOHN LENNt.I.—I second that. Mr Jsmas Kimura—l beg to propose Mr John M'Donald, cooper. The CRAIRMAN—Re does not belong to this Ward. Mr Ft.EßßS—That doesn't matter. The CHAIKXAN—IIe refused to stand for his own Ward. Mr D. GALasuax—l

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 May 1886

Bs ram am' fest el Chß= bevies bees will bed Amy% add We his mews. beat Ms Win ambit be was bowel t be mod el Bs elder be W WM. to a at we Jaw en Me Ord% e s-'. A ND thee Bo tabus is his. Mr bird however. the but AND CALENDARS FOR 1887. DWI& when Menem*

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

7 Apr 1888

MIX. h. the chance?' . _ I._ the 014 r rlaie • THE DARLING BOY. Wed:shop, Mr Nom, Bob. my mid the Laird whoa wad his seated themselves is the jamb, I shell tear yea Tom to his akin, I rare yes sill year boot to make Dort good when I that if nybady meld

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

8 Dec 1881

Indian jar, 41 IP, by Mrs Anderson, won by Mr Duablitar. Drawing-ream °hair, 10s, by Mrs Muir, won by Mr. Lennox, Frees. Brm's bead, 11 10s, by Mr Cameron, Bows, won by Mr Arthur Dewar. Indian shawl, 33 Bs, by Mrs Anderson, won by Mrs A. Burn-Murdocb, Tea

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Apr 1887

Williams, Thornhill ; Mr John Main, and Mr Js. Gray, Callender. The conference was opened with prayer by Rev. Mr Huie. The chairman then read • chapter from ' St John's Gospel, after which Rev. Mr Mackay gave • short address, his subject being taken from

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

17 Jun 1880

same, and o n amissing. Mr Henry James begins a new story which we doubt not will prove worthy of the author of Daisy hillier. Mr Black's yachting romance, White Wings, draws to a close, and one almost regrets that the Laird's castles in the air are

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

16 Oct 1880

expected next morning, or only the day, to his nuiesion, share the hospitalities of the some with tbr members of his staff. Geordie would mush rather have with royal patronag e Iron t though the yearaings of his loan expended the hrection of the young Pretender

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 Dec 1883

jor Hill, and Mr C. Smith, Stirling Castle; Mr M'Donald, of M`Donald k Gordon. King Street; Mr-Buchanan, solicitor ; Councillor Crawford ; ex. Dean of Guild Baird; Dr Robertson, Mr S. Murrie, Mr Green, Mr G. Hunter, Mr M. 0. Thomson, Mr Wilkie, &c., &c

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

24 Dec 1898

even profusion, and had not escaped the tempta! tions to his age. It has been asserted that his : addresses to tbe Lady Anne were prompted by his necessity, her fortune being deemed considerable. Lady Linlithgow, knowing well state of Kilmarnock's affairs

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