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

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

14 Jan 1899

that photograph lady was found near the body. Tim Count, after his duties at tho Embassy Friday returned his residence, 125 Piccadilly, between four and fiva o'clock. There was then nothing his demeanour to cauee any anxiety or alarm. His valet was in

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

7 Aug 1897

reached Poona utd.-mt aoi- dent. Mr Hand left the reception sorm. Jj-tk time after I did. drove alone. ; nd was irinudiately followed Lieutenant and Mrs I was the habit driving after Mr Hand when on our plagu*- duty, and Mrs Ayerst. both height and dr-si

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

5 Sep 1896

o’clock. vilU-. ami Mrs Peterkin, Thorn, tou; Mrs T. (*. Munro, Hank House; Mr John of Thornhill. Mi-s and Hills: Mr and Mrs Turnbull, Hillside; Mias :M. Macdonald: Mrs Merton, Burnshot; Mrs \V. Rose Cottage; Mrs Cassels. Miss Brown. Mrs .lamieion, Miss Easaon

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

2 Sep 1899

tho evidence the expetev and of Henry and de Clam, his conviction being strengthened perusal of the secret documents communicated to the Judges. specified the contents of the secret dossier, and his statements produced great excitement .» Court, and had

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

23 Oct 1897

•Bailie Peat and Mrs Peat, Bathgate; Captain and Mrs M‘Kill, Hopefield; Mr and Sirs Campbell, Bathgate; Sir J. Forrest, Bathgate; Mr 1). Hastie, Bathgate; Mr Alex. Dougal, inspector of poor, Linlithgow; Superintendent Robinson, Linlithgow; Mr J. Dymock, Linlithgow

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

23 Jun 1894

in a win for Uphall by 12 shota. Scores : UPHALL. Mr Combe 27 Mr W. Anderson lO Mr Midair. 22 Mr R. Anderson lb Mr Crawford 23 Mr Watters l7 Mr 2l Mr Bennett 24 Mr Frans 19 Mr Burton 25 Mr Sallie 16 Mr Smith. l5 v.

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

29 Aug 1896

publishes a very interesting paper by Mr Lawman Tait, F.R.C.S. on the subject, Why I Oppose Vivisection. There also appears a portrait of him and an uttered/mg sketch of his career by Mr Bowie, M.D., CM., L.R.C.R., etc. Mr Tait was born and educated in Sootland

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

13 Feb 1892

stroke from the Laird anti Lady epenieg, and Mr C. Hefts', Chicago. with a fine 'Mot frotu the Dcrihle Owner Mr Martina' gsnre appears a* Game No. 1172. The first prize (t'eo sod, ea.) fee the b -attend-game is won be Mr IL Ft. ininc. Li• envoi

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

17 Mar 1894

he made his appearance • his Hydropathic, Chicago, and False Ma;giaJurden, were simply inimitable. Mr Terry, violinist from Bathgate was a great attraction, his handling of the bow, and drawing out the tones of his instrument were superb, his appearance

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

17 Mar 1894

possessions, formed Mr Had• dow's most serious and intructive communication to his audience. For it conceded on all hands that not at the homeland, but as our colonie., will the first blow from our foes he struck. It was well then ►hat Mr Beddow directed

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

16 May 1896

reenling is a win to lobe borne team by 25 shots. Scores : C sI.DZIWRCIX. Fromm 29 Mr Pryde ll Mr Jamieson 2B Mr Hoodry 9 Mr Medina' l2 Mr Derry l9 Mr Whies.- l5 Mr lB 82 57 Q Gad treday la Hebb. L. down to 101 and lid per lh, ear trem. tow ea be

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

27 May 1899

15 3 7 11 8 927 THE games given below were the third and fourth played between Mesas H. and J. Borne. GAME No 2277.— LAIRD AND LADY. Mr Burns' nominamon and move. 11 15 6 9 31 96 117 18 9 23 19 15 18 21 20 18 22 30 26 514 811 19 15 2 6 26 17 710 7 2 22

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

4 Apr 1896

Vice-President, Mr I). Kyles ; President. Mr D. limes; Vice-President, Mr Simon Fraser ; Secy. and Treas., Mr W. Bannerman, Davidson's Mains ; Ranger, Mr W. Twin ; Skips, Messrs A. Wilson, R. Jardine, D. lines, J. Pieter!! ; Representative, Mr Pretsell ; CAnmittee

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

25 Dec 1897

Byers; Mr Calder, Hilderston; Mr Caesar, Mr Cook, Mr Cruickshanks, Mr and Mrs Durham, Boghead ; Mr Diack, Mr Dickson, Mid-Calder ; Mr J. Dalrymple, Linlithgow ; Mr Dunnigan, Linlithgow ; Messrs Easton, Mr and Mrs Fairley,

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

28 Jan 1899

owe' relating to her visit Mrs ti'Leieh's establishment. 'lt was realty dreadful,' she said. ' You told her I couldn't speuk—and me a woman, toe,' with delightful inconsequence. ' Neither you could,' said Murray, every pulse in his body thrilling under the

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

15 May 1897

a title as present held by Mr R. Jordan, of Edinburgh, Ti.' poin io , iispots has hien the method 01 restricts n undvr which the games should be played, and Mr Jordan has eventually agreed to the system first prooce-tl by Mr Sowers which is—Black to open

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

28 Apr 1894

them to accept his warmest thanks on his wife's behalf and on his Own. Among others who briefly addressed the meeting were Mrs T. Stevenson Afr T. Steveneon, and Mr John Calderhead, while songs were contributed by Misses M. Danks, Forrest, Mrs Stevenson,

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

2 Nov 1895

thanks to Mr Cranston, the imam .:er of the works, the entertai.s, toe ladies who had prepared the tea, and to the chairman, the msvting broke up about half-pat tea. Dancing we afterwards indulged in by about seventy ladies and gentlemen. Mr Ellis proved

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

24 Nov 1894

Dougal, Mr, Mrs, and Miss blacnab and Miss Wallace, Mr and Mrs Halliday, Kaim Park ; Mr L Gilbertson, Mr G. Wolfe, Mr W. Turner, Mr D. Simpson, Royal Bank ; Mr Hunter, postmaster, and Mrs Hunter; 3fr Dodds, Mr A. Spiers, Mr

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

18 Nov 1893

Lord Dear, and his meeting with the aristocrat is thus recorded in his lines on meeting with the lord. It was about this time that the poet changed his signature from Burnes to Burns. In July, 1786, he issued a volume of his poems ; his fame flew east

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