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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Mar 1887

topic of conrerration KwihetvwhrL House was the engagement Craaborae Lady Alice Gore, Ledy Air lie’s sister and laird Arrau's second daughter, which la highly approved Lord and Lady .Sal -burr. The futun mistress of Hatfield is aaishleand accompli hpd

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Blairgowrie Advertiser

Blairgowrie Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

10 Jan 1880

was to go over. Mr Duncan, the mason, and Mr Laird, the plumber, were then called in. Mr Duncan on being told Mr Carver had made explanations, said if that gentleman had done so, he had nut anything to say. In the contract he acted under Mr Carver's orders

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

16 Jul 1870

114=Wear wee Mr Mr the air lowir—tros pa /ay is tW ere. year born amine—Ws sad is Gala wand with Great is Mr Goat's is. award sari at Pries Walwerawathy i loaf. or llr imp% wide d. 1 tie Mrs Maks. I et • haw le Waal lbw Mr. ben amend ; bale Mr Grad Snit

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Montrose Standard

Montrose Standard Angus, Scotland

4 Jun 1897

will of his brother James, who had purchased the reversion of that estate for £50,000 from his nephew, James R. Scott, of Stone o' Morphie. Mite Susan Scott. Benholm, who belonged to the same family as Mr Scott, and who afterwards became Mrs Carnegie

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

6 Oct 1898

thee rat pose Verbs, lie t h is Tobias rind Mr. Ids the hair his hob the aid a& Nosed lim Posh% up midi Add he pied sop dor to Mr. was se that for oast tests Mr. 1 kb as it hie oat. It had boo piledso MO his The Pella* MO tad a de& he odd no sod them mirk

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St. Andrews Gazette and Fifeshire News

St. Andrews Gazette and Fifeshire News Fife, Scotland

15 Apr 1876

following candidates have been nominated: —Dr Davidson ; Rev. Mr Bruce ; Mr Russell, Hatton; Mr flake, Cardy House ; Mr. Beveridge, Bnekthorne ; Mr Wilson, Oil Mill; Mr Lindsay, clothier ; Mr Strang, oolporteur. Prrreerwarm. —There were sight candidates

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

21 Dec 1895

THE QUEEN, THE LADY'S NEWSPAPER. THE FARMER'S SALE AND PURCHASE, the ladies present were Lady Curses, Mrs Tennant, Countess Cowley, would be completely organised before 1898, in which year the Mrs moan.Burna-•Hartopp, Hon. Mrs Feminism, Mrs Pennington ,

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

16 Jan 1886

lad week, and our meant sketches fora the complement to it in of portraiture and drew may be npcs and Lady gave every &Wit, to cur &Aid to do his THE Mr/MLR BALL AT THE MANSION HOUSE. s yap et.) A fall of AL pleasant Twelfth Night km already in last issue

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

16 Dec 1896

^lcq^XK .His had benten tbo lolegrapk office. of hi( , M? . lb his usual ci-.aerted North, had to .x.cut. commission of fire and \fc / upou it, »« I believe the owner was afraid te historical character. flower thshuttonhole' , been some m.autss hi. post

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

22 Jan 1898

DEATH OF MR ALEXANDER MACKENZIE, INVERNESS. Mr Alexander Mackenzie, the well-known publisher and clan historian, died his residence, Park House, Inverness, half-past one this morning. His medical attendants from the first, held out hope his recovery.

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

31 Mar 1892

confidence in Mr. Gladstone. \ , FAILURE OF MANCHESTER SHIPPERS—DIS* CHARGE REFUSED. In the London Bankruptcy Court yesterday, Mr. E. L. II Grant, member of the late firm of Adamson, Bell, and Co., of Manchester, applied for his order of discharge. Mr. Registrar

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Aberdeen Weekly News

Aberdeen Weekly News Aberdeenshire, Scotland

17 May 1890

drank caught an owl, end on ping into the house be pet it no line, end never mid anything to his wife. Next morning he went to his work before his oil,: arm,. When his wife saw the owl she looked at it for Meg time, and at last else went to a neighbour's hones

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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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Renfrewshire Independent

Renfrewshire Independent Renfrewshire, Scotland

20 Feb 1875

the meditations of his guest, but took advantage of the interval to fill the glasses, which were empty. The factor took up his, supped a little of its contents, then set it down again, fidgeted on his chair, and, after clearing his throat, proceeded to

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

21 Aug 1872

to her the whole of his property absolutely. The personalty was sworn and £5.00 His lordship, Who was a distingo shed diplomatist, line desired that all his p iper.. meats, and manuscripts should be sealed up and delivered to his two bootlace. who will

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Montrose Standard

Montrose Standard Angus, Scotland

17 Jan 1879

wiles prams% system was was es the Co.. *mild ties. Mr Poem mid Mai Masi the work brag doss by the Mr Menus Mr motion and Mr Ford failing to the Provo declared the first motion serried. Tit FOLIC' Mr Dimes. Nevem of the Collector's Com=kW. Shot of the

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The Sketch

The Sketch London, England

26 Apr 1899

MR. MUNRO-FERGUSON AND HIS HOME. Mr. Munro-Ferguson, whose name as one of the junior Opposition Whips was frequently mentioned in connection with the appointment of a successor to the late Tom Ellis, will, when Lord Rosebery, his friend and political

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

15 Jul 1863

to the Ceased, 12, Hanover LLAND A G, rid the Fluids ON WEDNEBD, The stb, Lady Louisa The Ltdy Constance Tit Countess of The Comets of L. Lady Frederick tat Viscountess Ne , Lady Caroline K. A. V ..eLa47 'Ube' routed by • •. C REST • - 1 II I 1 WALES.

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Forfar Herald

Forfar Herald Angus, Scotland

1 Jul 1892

Aberlemno; Mr W. Lowson, Tnornlea ; Mr and Mrs David Stades Royal Rank ; Mr Young, farmer. Leckawsy ; Yr Jobe Melvin. grocer • Mr John. Mrs and Miss A. St:schen, Newmoni hill ; Mr Hood, shoemaker; Mr F. Cargill ; the Misses Steels, East Hick Street ; Mrs Lawson

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

1 Sep 1894

drizzling rain fell sullenly and fast. A single foot traveller, with a leather bag on his shoulder, was seen struggling on in trout, and evidently wearied out with his exertions, as well as wet to the skin. I hope to gracious he's not a highwayman! cried

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