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Barnsley Independent

Barnsley Independent Yorkshire, England

12 Jun 1897

Gelds investigating. Hens. in his ezparissects 1887. noted, mut without wonder. that his rays were not interrupted by eloOng a wood's draw, and he obis:nest nn senees. His motes show elan that tile wristlet, hazes is which his prinne of mob err east di

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North Briton

North Briton Midlothian, Scotland

21 Jun 1871

the meek Laird of would say if he saw his daughter hen ; and in each manly he added, glancing contemptuously at Lindsay. Lindsay bestinctinly laid his Dead on his ward, sod replied is • nisi, aunstic tone Omens only insult ladles; therefore. Mr dresser

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

29 Jul 1935

DEATH OF LADY ROBERTS Wife of Former Strathallan Castle Laird Intimation of the death of Lady Roberts, wife of Sir James Roberts, Bart., LL.I)., has been received at the.r tormcr i'erthshire &eat, Stratballan Castle, Auchtcrarder. Lady Roberts, who had

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

13 Oct 1904

Mr. John M Laird, firm of Oammell A Laird, ahipboildera, after launch yesterday spoke plootaily of the immediate prospects of the industry Birkenhead. Mr. M. C. Mallio, barrisler-at-law, will be the Radical candidate for St. George’s, Hanover Square.

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

30 Oct 1874

DEATH OF MS LAIRD, M,P.—Mr Laird died last night about ten o'clock. SSEOEAJST found guilty of parjury, was sentenced yesterday morning fifteen months' imprisonment with hard Ifttoar. CHABOE FOBOEEF. Robert clerk, was committed to take his trial the assizes

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

7 Aug 1930

, Honourable Lady Reid, Mr Udnv, Mrs Harner. Mrs Scott-EMiot, Lady Glivia Evelyn Arthur, Mrs Scott Elliot, Lady Olivia Trevor, Sir Sydney and Lady Gammell. Miss and Janie Luinsderr. Mrs Innes and friend, CoJ. and Mrs Davidson. Mr and View article

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Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser

Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser Dumfriesshire, Scotland

17 Oct 1879

and when he, too, is gathered to his fathers, his memory may be as enduring as theirs in the valley of the Ken. (The toast was drank in solemn silence.) Mr Brown, Shiel, proposed 'The Health of Mr and Mrs Dudgeon.' Mrs Dudgeon was so well known amongst

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

21 Apr 1944

score. Mr Cox; eat lady. Mrs Anthony; Ist gent., Mr Young. Last 6 hands—lady, llirs Gordon; Gent.. Mr Brown; Consolation, Mrs Lees and Mr Farquharson. Mr Hardie wan M.C. The draw for the very handsome handbag tilted to the Comforts Fund by Mr Michael

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

9 Mar 1920

or vindictive. The late Mr Wemyss might very well have thought that if Lady Eva continued to reside in Fife, the presence of another lady bearing his name, as having been his wife, and residence at Castle would derogate from Lady Eva's position, and be

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

15 Jun 1904

()oldie and Mrs Cuddle, Mr and Mrs I.llSlashae, Aldgirnaig; Mr R. Sl`Nsb, tenandry; Mr J. M'Olaehan, Bedrobbie; Mr M'Phemon, Fanverick; Mr Burnie, Artitusgichas; Mr H'Donald, Shellodry; Mr and Mn. SPRAT, The Ledg.; Mr Robertson, Wester Etalrobbie; Mr Mentes

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Shetland Times

Shetland Times Shetland, Scotland

16 Jul 1904

TO THE LAIRD AND HIS BRIDE. A public meeting was held in Baxter Chapel on the evening of Thursday 3(lth June to give the community an opportunity of expressing their good wishes to Mr and Mrs Holborn, on their recent marriage. On the motion of Mr Magnus

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Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser

Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser Lancashire, England

15 May 1866

particulars of certain improper conduct the r of Mr. Berney, and the case was adjourned. ,k The Swansea.—The inquest bodies of the eight persons who lost their lives V the shop of Mr. John has been opened at Swansea Mr. Gnscoyne, deputy-coroner. Henry Powell said

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

29 Apr 1927

and Mrs Neil Ross, The Garage. Bridge Street. tenants —Mr John Leys, Oairnhill; Mrs Garden and Mr Fred Garden, Cairnhill Moss;. Mr and Mrs and Mr Youngson. jr., Cross-stone; Mr and Mrs Wm. Henderson, GhapelhaU; Mrs A. Ltavid&on, Claymires Craft; Mr and

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

10 Feb 1923

Holmlea; Mr and Mrs Walter Stuart, Perth; Miss Tyrie, Dhuard: wiss C. Wallace, Tighnacraig; Mr and Mrs G. P. Warren, Knockdhu; Mr, Mrs. Ind Mr F. Preston, Murray Place; Mr I. Forbes, Craigniore; Mrs Harper and Mr Fred Park, Moulin Hotel; Capt. and Mrs A. M

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Forfar Herald

Forfar Herald Angus, Scotland

26 Dec 1884

(late of Mr X. iV.i den's) ; Mr. Trayner's Teacloth, Mr Moak. Forfar ; 'Jr. Gran. Bedquilt, Mr sleek; 'ire Warden'- Cushion, Mrs Soutar. last tligh rein ; Le. No 3 IVoluntee ) Stall— Mrs Dyne's Table, Mr Meek Forfar; Mr Winder, Mr Meek ; Mr ay a R vetiver

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Sporting Life

Sporting Life London, England

30 Nov 1861

Scintilla Mr Hill's ' on's Star of the beat MrC. Farneira Krsit- M r ,. , fence’s Lady beat Mr Alii rod’s Amontill^lo Mr 1 • v vps’r Godiva b'.’at the Hon. F. C. Howard's Hasty »i?l (*) Sclntilla beat Star of the West | Lady beat Oodita Mr W. Lawrence's

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

24 Apr 1891

REJOICINGS AT GAIRLOCH—ARRIVAL OF THE YOUNG LAIRD AND HIS BRIDE. On Monday last Mr Kenneth J. Mackenzie, yr. of Gairloch, and the Honble. Mrs Mackenzie left Cjnan House on a visit to Gairlooh. Monday night was pasted at Loch-Maree Hotel, and on Tuesday

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

11 Sep 1987

President's prize Mrs P. Gilmarton 70; Mrs Eileen Robertson 75; Mrsß. Bell 76. Silver Division Miss Debra Hag. gerty. 69. September medal Mrs J. Patrick 69; Mrs Eileen Robertson 71; Miss Jayne Hulme 77; bl 6 holes. Cardross Golf club (ladies section). Silver

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Islington Gazette

Islington Gazette London, England

25 Sep 1903

Pilkington, is engaged to Mr. William do Winton, son of Mr. Hobert Henry de Winton, of Graftonbury, Hertfordshire. Miss Edwardes was much attached to lice late brother, Who was only two and a-half years older than herself, and his death in South Africa,

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

31 Jan 1891

said that when his boy succeeded to the estate he hoped he would be on as good terms with them as his father seemed to be, and that, as Mr Robertson had remarked, he would be an improvement on his father. (Laughter i and applause.) Mr Eses next gave the

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