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Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

2 Mar 1906

LADY HENY GORDON. WHY SHE MARRIED THE LAIRD OF HALLEIF.AD. One of the meet extreerdinary incidents is Gordan°logy 1 the inarrisee of Lady Henrietta Gordon with Robert Gordon of Railhead. Lady Heerietta ass one of the eleven children of William, 'scone

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

22 Jul 1892

LAIRD IMRE% AND THE MANCHESTER LADY. That the Muter of the !toile (rays the Globe) has sot • very high opinion of the law anyone accustomed to wend • little time in the Court of Appeal knows lull well. Me gave his usual &dyke the other day to • Maimbenter

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

22 May 1921

since January. ! Mr William Page, proprietor of the Crown Hotel, Southampton, spoke to entries in his books, which showed that a Mr and Mrs Little had occupied a double room with a single bed in his hotel. The lady was not the pursuer. ! Mrs Phyllis Parker

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

19 Jun 1947

country-wide search. Mr. Lockett said: Gordon was armed when arrested. but there was no struggle and no difficulty. Tuesday s shooting incident at his home in Queensway, Tynemouth, in which his rather was found shot dead and his mother and seven-years-old

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

19 Sep 1925

thing to be a laird—Omar. hear foam Mr Speid, ►en.►—but lie hoped the day wits long distant when. Mr Charles would be asked to take over the duties if his father. They were not tired of the old laird yet, nor of his good lady. (Applause.) Mr Charles Sistid

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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

14 Sep 1889

THE WEEK’S NEWS- Tub PaiNea Walk* arrived lw»V u«w, last week, 'hat to laird u'4 Lady lisuoke. Monday for Lcndon. lie i.bnwwl both Newtown and stabena. The Loan UaToa-iuvr (E. 3. Kennedy. Kxp T.C.V. has given bu order tor state and undrvss liveries to

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Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette

Paisley & Renfrewshire Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

26 Nov 1904

LAIRD AND LADY PRESENTATIONS AT JOHNSTONE ADDRESSES FROM TOWN COUNCIL, FECAILS, AND VOLUNTEERR. Oa Tweet Lay last, a2reral iatere.ring tome tioao pLur at Johartoue Castle nu the amain, of the tetra-a, after their marriage, of Mr. mad . L. do,..ttotto

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Arbroath Herald and Advertiser for the Montrose Burghs

Arbroath Herald and Advertiser for the Montrose Burghs Angus, Scotland

4 Sep 1931

presentation, and wished Miss Laird every success. ; Suitable acknowledgement of the gift was made by Miss Laird. A valedictory meeting for Miss Laird held under the auspices of the V.W.C.A. in the V.W.C.A. Hall last night. Mr \V. \V. Turner, coast missionary

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

2 Sep 1932

Idie glass and bone soloist; and Bob Fletcher, who had supplied rhvthin with his dance band drums. And they did net forget the organiser. Mr. F. Goodman, and the chairman, Mr. Harry Reynolds, who had been an ideal master ceremonies. , , , • , ! It’s bin

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

10 Dec 1875

of regard were awaiting the laird and his lady. On alighting they were met in the entrance hall by the tenantry on the estate waiting to present Mrs Porteous with a necklace. This was done most neatly and appropriately by Mr Alexander Neilson, of West

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Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

24 Aug 1906

THE LAIRD AND HIS OONSORT. Mr Leslie then proposed the health of Mr and Mrs ''Hardy. He was very glad, he said, to see Mr ''Hardy looking so well, and he hoped be would long continue to do so. He thought it a pity that this toast should have fallen

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

9 Dec 1875

of regard were awaiting the laird and his lady. On alighting they were met in the entrance hall by the tenantry on the estate waiting to present Mrs Porteous with a necklace. This was done most neatly and appropriately by Mr Alexander Neilson, of West

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

10 Dec 1875

of regard were awaiting the laird and his lady. On alighting they were met in the entrance hall by the tenantry on the estate waiting to present Mrs Porteous with a necklace. This was done most neatly and appropriately by Mr Alexander Neilson, of West

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Larne Times

Larne Times Antrim, Northern Ireland

26 Nov 1898

from hi« broih*r-in-I*w. »n(! £6OO for Ulie bed made- 500 porches atone drama. Will.am Laird ga»o tbe grow rent of the holding. EDWARD L. HOUGH. Landlord. Andrew Jooea, tenant—Area. 7a 2r 15p; old rent £6 14s • poor law valnatioo. sa. Mr Minch for the

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Dundee Evening Post

Dundee Evening Post Angus, Scotland

18 Feb 1903

had become a tenant of his had killed and taken game on his estate. SPOKE IMPERTINENTLY. David Ramsay, the pursuer, in answer to Mr Donald M'lutoeh, solicitor, Forfar, stated that on 22d October, Mr Grieve, Drumyellow, called at his farm field of turnips

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

12 Dec 1900

opinion* expressed about Mr Dufl, as a gentleman and a proprietor. (L beers.) Mr Duncan then called upon Mr Charles Tocher, who has been 62 years a tenant on the Hatton estate, and the oldest in the district, to light the huge bonfire. Mr Moggach generously

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Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser

Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

28 Jun 1955

THE LAIRD AND HIS BRIDE The Laird of Pennan and his Dutch bride received a grand welcome home from the village folk last week. Mr David S. Watt, who became the Laird when his father died last year, has been in Holland for the past two years as geologist

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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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Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette

Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette Caithness, Scotland

15 Jan 1889

Street, Westminster, on the 21st of N o v. last. Mr Lickfolii appeared for the prosecution, and Mr l)unediu Dutton defended. In briefly opening the case, Mr Lickfold aid that Mr Guthrie. had for a lung time his family ; and in 11(146, for smsohing up furniture

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

9 Nov 1998

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