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Fife Herald

Fife Herald Fife, Scotland

19 Jan 1860

PORTRAIT OF REV. JOHN LAIRD, MINISTER OF THE FREE CHURCH, CUPAR. JOHN C. ORR, BEGS to intimate that this PORTRAIT, Lithographed in the Finest Style of Art, by Mr ScnENCK of Edinburgh, from a Calotype, Mr Rodger of St Andrews, is now ready, and may be

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

3 Jan 1824

Norwich* The Mm HOLLANDS' A N G O re-open for the reception YOUNG j ▼ LADIES, on Tuesday, the 20th instant. King-street, Lynn, January, 1884. •' COLTISHALL Preparatory School for Ladies. The Misses WORTS EG leave to inform their Friends and the Pubfl ' 1

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

30 Jan 1864

HARMONY—Mr. JOHN JACKSON has Resumed the above instruction.—For terms apply at Meson. Hime and Son's, Birkenhead and Liverpool, or at Mr. Jackson's Residence. Lydiata. IliMn ATERLOO —Mrs. T, MOOTS SCHOOLfor the BOARD and EDUCATION YOUNG LADIES has Re-or«ned

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Aug 1854

strongly recommended by his last employer; has wife and two children; both are Protestants his wife could superintend dairy if required; a comfortable situation would be more his object than high wagea—Address B. T., Steward and Gardener, Mr. Furlong, 32, Lower

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

15 Sep 1858

TUITION AND CLASSES FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. MDURLACK, French Master at the Dundee • Public Seminaries, has resumed his EVENING and DAY CLASSES. A Ladies' Class for advanced Pupil? has opened, and every day from 2 to 3. Ladies and Gentlemen desirous join

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

30 Jun 1883

Business Intimations. RUBBF.It Boots of every description, at Laird & Alexander's, Commercial street. BOOTS ! BOOTS !— 1 Cheap. A. Duncan, Bootmaker, 13(5 Hawkhill. SEWING MACHINES Promptly Repaired Needles, from Stl dozen; Oil, 4d. J. Rennie, 70 Wellgate

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

23 Jan 1861

had from the Dr. POOOI, New Brighten Cottage, Cheshire. 10853j 3 PI AND ORGAN. Mr. M. MAYBRICK, Professor of Music and Organist of the Pariah Church, respectfully to inform his friends and tbe publio that now to receive PUPiLS FOR INSTRUCTION in the art

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

20 Oct 1883

Wait. Ladies' Boots , Holed and Heeled. ls6d:Gent/i, 2sMR H. D

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

27 Oct 1883

Prices, at the Courier Mr W. LAST NIGHT OF THE PRESENT HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL ENGAGEMENT. MR H. BUR TO N, AND HIS BEVY OF BEAUTIES, IN COMEDY, COMIC OPERA, AND EXTRAVAGANZA. The Performances will Commence

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

20 Aug 1844

TAY SQUARE SEMINARIES. MR JOHNSTONE will RESUME his French and Latin Classes on Wednesday the 28th current. A PRIVATE CLASS from 3 to 4 for young Ladies : Fees, the same as at the school, paid in advance. FOR SALE, HARES of the Forfarshire and Perthshire

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

20 Oct 1883

Trial solicited. ENT.'S BOOTS Soled and Heeled from 6d ; Ladies', at Robert Ijamb's, Skinnergate. First- Class Job Guaranteed. BOOTS, SHOES, AND SLIPPERS^ I_> EPAIRED and Done while you Wait. Ladies' Boots V Soled and Heeled, ls6d;Gent.'s, M'Gregor's, St

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

25 Oct 1898

Varions Prices. Ladies' HAND BAGS, PURSE DRESSING CASES, CARD CASES, LADIES' COMPANIONS, &c., &c. Ladies' and Gentlemen's UMBRELLAS in Great Variety. NOTE TEE ADDRESS— REFORM STREET. DRESS DEPARTMENT. HUNTER AND MASTERTON (Successors to the Late Mr Alex. M'Walter)

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Fife Herald

Fife Herald Fife, Scotland

25 Dec 1862

THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF Rev. ALEXANDER CARLYLE, Minister of Inveresk, containing Memorials the Men and Events of his Time. A LIKE FOR A LIFE. LADY LEE'S WIDOWHOOD. NARRATIVE LORD ELGIN'S MISSION CHINA AND JAPAN, in vols. MONARCHS RETIRED FROM BUSINESS, Dr

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Edinburgh Evening News

Edinburgh Evening News Midlothian, Scotland

27 Oct 1906

wanted, lady; beginner might suit: £l2-£l4 > —Mrs Harvey, Kowe Street. SERVANT (general), lis plain cook; kept; term; £l7-£lB.--Particulars, 6 Kright's Cres.__ SERVANT 'young general) wasted term.—Douglas, 23 fitrathearn __ Road. SERVANT for lady ami gent

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

31 Jul 1861

R E^^. - —Mr. JAMES Dublin, will the Duties of hiaSchudlonM next, August VP EDGAR WEB3TKK to announce his instruction in DANCING and wSSSSSS®? 1 ««xt. the sth August. Private BeaMenea,—'Waterg .re-street. Chester. 974003 liANGUaGB and LITERATU E. 1 1

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

27 Oct 1883

JOURNAL. The most lady-like and economical of all Fashion Magazines. Price ; by poet, Bd. The NOVEMBER NUMBER contains— COLOURED PANORAMA FASHION PLATE, Size 'JB4 in. by IS, showing Fourteen New Models of Costumes for Ladies and Ladies. DIAGRAM SHEET,

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

9 Jun 1883

Street (Top of Balmain Street), Montrose. Entertainments. HEAT RE R 0 ¥ A L Sole Lessee, Mi'W.M'Farland LAST night of MR EDWARD COMPTON AND HIS CELEBRATED OLD ENGLISH COMEDY COMPANY, INCLUDING MISS VIRGINIA BATEMAN. TO-NIGHT, SATURDAY, JUNE 9TH, O'KEEFE'S SPARKLING

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

21 Jan 1823

Jan. 16th, 1823. MR. GIL.LAIRD BEGS leave to acquaint b»9 Pupils and Friends, that the DANCING ACADEMY WILL RE-OPEN on SATURDAY morning next, at the usual hour, 89, Watergate Hint. Terms.—Entrance, 10s. 6d. per quarter* £1. Is. N. B. Mr, G. has got the

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

15 Jan 1867

receipt of the following ooctributlone: - Tohn Laird, Baa , P., £10; William Laird, Etq.jiClO: John Laird, jun. liq., £':Q : Halaall B*q„ £10; lira. Laird, HAmUloo-iQuuf, jes; M'Gregor Laird, K*q, £5; H. H. Laird, Esq , I. Speaoe. litoq.. £5; William*, , Imm

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Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser

Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser Angus, Scotland

5 Sep 1854

THE have much pleasure in rtnnouiicimc that 1 MR POWIUE Will make his Second appearance this Evening the cha meters of EDGAR RAVENSWOOD & PETRUCHIO. To-morrow, Wednenday, for the Benefit and Last appearance MR POWRIE. That Oentlemau will, by particular desire

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