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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

27 Mar 1884

some of them being unsound.-- Mr M'lntyre, QC., and Mr H. D. Greene were counsel for the plaintiff; Mr Willis, Q.C., and Mr Glyn were for the defence. Mr Charles Seton James Lester Guthrie was called and examined by Mr Willis—He said, I am the defendant

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

12 Sep 1927

DEATH OF FIFE LAIRD Mr Edward Balfour of Balbirnie The death took place on Saturday night, his London residence, 2 Grosvenor Mr Edward Balfour of Balbirnie, Markinch. Deceased, who was about 83 years of age, had bee i in failing health for some time,

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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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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

29 May 1903

Mats*boy. 4r. 74 Kennedy Mr W* Moofe’a Kkoaboad. 6y. 74 Mr SflritHaon’a Waveline. Jy, 7-t Private Mr Ohfk’a Penttorce. *y. 71 Mr Baldwin’s Borernss. 3y. Armstrong WEI .TER HANDICAP 130 tovs Oca Mr MarsliaU’s Red Louie, sy. 11 8 Private Mr M XkaiWr’s Metlie.tos

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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

11 Oct 1904

laird Hamilton DalzelT* Topiary „.Robinson 8 5 Mr J. Joicey's Lady the Vale T. leader Sir J. W. Kelk’s Engage. a His Majesty's Mari r! Marsh 0 aMr L. Brassey's Vesper H. Sadler 8 0 a Lord Derby's t St. E'rusquiu—Bridget l/>rd EUesniPre’* Dark T

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

13 Nov 1928

The Lady Somers •nterlnq Na. 7 Deck at Wilms!! Laird's Shipbuilding Yard after its successful launch in the limy le-day by Mrs. J. C. Smith (inset). wife at the Suropon vics•praadant at the COMdIM Platlenal A &drays. who is seen in the act of christening

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

18 Nov 1910

The Laird of Glenotusk. of the laird upon his or. if the laird came there &ink at other people'. there other people who to resort to the eau , how ten, for the purpose of treating It Was well known that the oult time to obtain way from, or to gel any

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

27 Mar 1879

exerted himself to do so. His rapid rise in the estimation of the electorate, by his speeches in and out of the House during the last year, is now equalled by his sudden popularity in society. His modesty and courtesy and his judicious flattery on Wednesday

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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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Fifeshire Journal

Fifeshire Journal Fife, Scotland

26 Oct 1876

THE RURAL LIFE OF A HIGHLAND LAIRD. Take the Highland laird to begin with. His MOMtoes down to has grandfather were always bard-up for cash, though they -sere lords of • wid e ex t e nt o f broken acres. His lands he along one of the most lovely of the

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St. Andrews Gazette and Fifeshire News

St. Andrews Gazette and Fifeshire News Fife, Scotland

28 Oct 1876

P on THE RURAL LIFE OF A HIGHLAND LAIRD. Take the Highland laird to begin with. His ancestor* down to his grandfather were always hard-up foe cash, though they were lords of a wide erteet of bones urea. His lands lie aloes ease of the most lovely of the

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Luton Times and Advertiser

Luton Times and Advertiser Bedfordshire, England

25 Feb 1916

Duchess of AlUmy, Lady M ember, tile Duke Bedford, K.G., Sir Gillwt Greeuall. Dr, Began. Mr. S. P. Edge, Mr. E. M’. Btcpheuson, (Ad cl Whitmore, the Eastern Counties Farmers' Company. Mr. J. Cook son. Mr. .1. I. Major.Mr. C. Spencer, Mr. A. Deighton, Messrs

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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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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

25 Jan 1898

OF MR. JOHN LAIRD. It is with very deep rep-rat that we have to announce that Mr. John Laird passed away quite peacefully at a quarter past eleven this morning at his residence, Oakhurst, Grosvenor-road, Claughton, the presence the members of his family

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

29 Mar 1869

Rumoured Apprehension of Mr John Laird.— It was currently rumoured in Dundee yesterday j that Mr John Laird, whose failure and precipitate departure from the town we mentioned last week, had been apprehended by officers sent in pursnit of him ; but on

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Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Ayrshire, Scotland

31 Jul 1914

Houieon (rautund, Dunlop House; Mrs Finlay Hamilton, Cornea ; Mrs Arthur ' Lainshaw ; Mrs Duncan Campbell Wardhead; Miss Dunn, Anna:shill ; Miss Radon, 3.laursbitt; Mr Douglas Cunniaghame. Mr Hugh S. Dunn, Aunanfill; Mr James Middleton, Braehead Ileum;

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Newcastle Daily Chronicle

Newcastle Daily Chronicle Northumberland, England

1 Jun 1864

The Laird and his Laddib.—ln hi» volume on “The Salmon,” Mr. Bussd does not omit the good story off the Highland laird and his giVy. Leaving behind him land in which salmon was often glut in the market, and 1 consequently cheap, the laird went to London

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

7 Feb 1928

laud of his kith and km. Hole, the ..art of oonntrv eonspicuously retiowlted in the ballads ut Border warfare but to-dav sunk in almost neoeefulnebs. his remains were laid rest the niournnig hi- own people among the bones ot generations ol his kinsmen

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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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