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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

16 May 1815

eel knew Laird and Lady Roseberry 1 w the former previous to his marriage : after . • marriage, bad epportonities of observing that lived epee terms of great happiness. The of Lord R. to his Lady was always eeeee - kiad.—The kindness was reciprocal. Lade

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Morning Advertiser

Morning Advertiser London, England

26 Nov 1832

Marlborough. lled HIS FIRST CAMPAIGN! The Marshal, Viscount de Turenne, Mr. Warde; James, Duka of Honmuuth, Mr. Diddear Major Marsin, Mr. Bartley ; Lieutenant Victor, Mr. Perkins ; Captain John Churchill. Mr. Forester ; St. Denis Odlllon, Mr. Laporte ; Charley

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Shipping and Mercantile Gazette

Shipping and Mercantile Gazette London, England

15 Feb 1845

Iron Schooner Lady Flora Hastings, 100 tons, hullt byJ. lAird, Esq., liverpool. .. * . Barque Brazilian, tons, belonging to Mr. Cotesworth, of Liverpool Schooner Letitia, 100 tons, ditto. CAUTION—ANDREW SMITH, Patentee of the Wire Rope, feels It necessary

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Belfast Commercial Chronicle

Belfast Commercial Chronicle Antrim, Northern Ireland

3 Sep 1827

refnffe the Laird o’ Cockpen. And now that the Laird his exit had made, Mrs. Jean had reflected on what she had said Oh I for ane I’U get better, its waor I’ll get ten; 1 was daft to refuse the Laird o’ Cockpen.” Neist time that the Laird and the Lady was seen

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Plymouth and Devonport Weekly Journal and General Advertiser for Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset.

Plymouth and Devonport Weekly Journal and General Advertiser for Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset Devon, England

29 Mar 1832

Commissioners of Hi. Majesty . His Majesty V' Ofbce. His Maiesty’s Commander-in Chiefs Otficc. Hi. Majesty's Paymaster General . Office. His Majesty’s Stationery Office. Mia Majesty 6 Mint Office. The Honourable the Commissioners of His Majesly's Customs

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Evening Mail

Evening Mail London, England

31 Oct 1817

last place of safety the archives of his Government, anil his most valuable treasures, were deposited The intentions laird Hastings with regard to the other chieftains were not accurately known: but his l-nroslnp had collected a powerful army, it was

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Worcester Herald

Worcester Herald Worcestershire, England

23 Mar 1844

favour the ten hours’ bill, were Mr. Beckett, Sir Geokc.k Cleev, Mr. M'Oeaciiv. Mr. Mr. Lord John RI'SSELL, Mr. Hindley, Mr. Hardy and Mr. Mi Ashley said lew words in reply ; and (he House divided— For the amendment h.mrs) IJf* For the originalclause(

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

6 Sep 1827

poetry. THE LAIRD O' COCKPEN SIR WAI.TtR SCOTT. The I.ainl o' Cockpen he’s oml an’ ifTpat, His mind ta’en wV things o’ the state ; He wanted wife his braw house keep Hut favour wi’ women was fashioui seek. Down by the dyke-side lady did dwell, At his table-head

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Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette

Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette Northumberland, England

9 Aug 1803

and Taylor Wittlhip, gents. Second lieutenants. Samuel Lawton, Ffq.Tieafbrer.—W’m. Ingham* Efn. Surgeon.—Mr Win. Dnon, Adjutant. Mr £. Milburn and Mr W. Heaton, Seijeam-Majbrs. 'Thurlday the corps met on the Tewnrmoor, and were formed into companies. ■

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

10 Sep 1842

driven his gate, be more easily imagined than described ; lie refused to I receive hem. averring that he had ordered heifers and not bulls; but his letter being procured and exhibited, and his Spanish bull explained to him, he was forced to his very bad

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London Courier and Evening Gazette

London Courier and Evening Gazette London, England

6 Oct 1810

tOYAE FJW^r. Yesterday morning bis Majesty, (lie Dukes of V.v'.i, Klxt, and Princesses (..trrv Sophia, accompanied laird WXlsino. Lady Fly, General FiTzr.av, and Colonel Taylor, took airing in Windsor Great Park, (ill half past twelve clock. The Prince

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

10 Sep 1845

THE KERRY EVENING POST, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1845. Mr. Watmii row and aa follova to th* aan> timent:—Mr laird, my hrothrr Prntratant Oparatirt*. and mr sister Proteatant Operativea-Osnshter and brad eheera)—yon not have conferred upon a but Her a

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

18 Dec 1826

MR. GALTS LAST OF THE LAIRDS. This is a very amusi ng work. Malachy Mailings, Es4., is no doubt obliged to part with his paternal property to a neighbouring nabob, who had got a mortgage over it; still, however, he gets to be very comfortable in his

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London Evening Standard

London Evening Standard London, England

20 Jun 1831

separately addressed his lordship on Friday for explanation. Lord Thomas Cecil was not in town when the letters were celivered at his residence, hut arrived in the night. The following is the correspondence which took place : No. I.—Mr. Tennyson Lord Thomas

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Saint James's Chronicle

Saint James's Chronicle London, England

24 Nov 1832

'land, Mr. J. R. Atkinson, Mr. B. Sadler, Mr. Robt. 47 e ,tts Mr. Newman Cash, Mr. W. W. Hill, Mr. Hepu,.',_ta Hill, Mr. George Hirst, Mr. John Atkinson, Mr. 4 -4 by, Mr. Hind, Mr. B. Williamson, Mr. C. Matthew-4311, View article

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Globe

Globe London, England

20 Jun 1843

then put and carried. The Rev. Mr. Scai.es read resolution, expressing .sympathy with Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton his inability, from illness, to attend the sittings of the Convention, and the high sense entertained of his exertions to abolish slavery.—The

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Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle

Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle London, England

19 Oct 1845

vr«. 6«t Mr LuWiher’t Lyons, 3 yra, fs’, Mr Way’* Sir Harry ih b), Cst Mill town’* Dac-an-lurraa, 3 yrr, 7ib Mrv-rapa’sEnerkf.Bira,6*t 1 ird Mi'ltorc .'a Bawn. yre, 6*t 51b Bcttine; asrsl Evenus (tk), to 1 ajrat Laird-o’-Cockpfn. atyst man His, 1« to 1

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

6 Dec 1817

consequence of the unavoidable absence of the Mayor, Mr. Atherley was requested him take the chair,—The Right Hon. Lord then addressed the meeting, and made a great impression the company by his harangue. t His Lordship then moved that Committee be appointed

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

13 May 1846

satisfied with the progress of the scholars and the industry their assiduous teacher, Mr Fraser. After an affectionate address, delivered by Mr Clark to the children, Mr and Mrs Fraser lytler of Aldourie delivered a variety of appropriate rewards, which they

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London Courier and Evening Gazette

London Courier and Evening Gazette London, England

4 Apr 1836

NOTTINGHAM, April 3. (from ovr oorrerpordsnt.) Mr. O'Connell spends this day with laird Rsneliffe, at Benny Park and has signified bis intention of entering Nottingham at stereo o'clock to-morrow morning, which hour will be met by the trades the outskirts

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