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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

24 May 1930

CHESTHILI.. OLENLYON. Major and Mrs Wisely with their young daughter arrived at Chesthilt early this month. Towards the end of last week, a deputation of three of the employees on the estate waited on the Laird and his good lady, to present a silver quaich

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

17 Oct 1932

ROMANCE OF SCOTS LAIRD'S SISTER People in the News MISS MARJORY MORRISON ENGAGED Four Generations at a Christening The enagement is announced between Mr Scrope Egerton, the Highland Light Infantry, only son of Mr and Mrs Claude Egerton, and Marjorie,

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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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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

16 Nov 1908

and servants. When in his prime Mr Lindsey Carnegie followed in the footsteps of many distinguished ancestors by serving n<>bly his Queen and country in our Indian Empire, and in the course of his sojourn there almost lost his life. Nearly every public

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

22 Apr 1935

death of his father in 1931, and his mother has since made her home in Edinburgh. He is welt known a civilian air pilot, and his wife formerly Miss Violet Pallin, of Sweden, shares his enthusiasm for flying. Lord Tankerville has two sons b.v his first marriage

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Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

2 Mar 1907

white . spot on Madame EFFIE THOMAS (Soprano). Mr. HERBERT BROWN (Basse SAVE HALF YOUR OUTLAY! , Discussion. breast, Sunday afternoon.-81, Oscar-st., Lightbown. Dr. ADOLPH BRODSKY (Solo Violin). v. e B. GREGORY Mr. SIMON SPEELMAN (Solo Viola and Conductor)

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

5 May 1966

included Mr. A. F. Hull. chairman Eller- Liverpool's hous i n nian's Wilson Line. Ltd. and problem could be solved Mrs. Hull. Mr. and Mrs. 'P. G. only by approaching the Staniforth. Mr. and Mrs. J. task of slum clearance and W. R. Fewlass. Mr. and Mrs. the

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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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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

18 Oct 1932

father abo belonged, and in which his grandfather served in the Crimea. His mother is a sister of Sir Samuel Edward Scott. Bart., and of the Countess of Romney. One of Mr Hav-Drummond's sisters is Lady St John-Mildmay, and another the wife of Captain Terence

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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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Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

19 Aug 1910

young laird on his right and broader, Mrs Bisset on hi , left. Mr James Mitchell, Kirk- feet of 1 town Mills, and Mr Bagrie, Beggshill, were Bisect i croupiers. buoyant The dinner was a sumptuous one—admirably n prepared and served by Mr and Mrs Gordon

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

22 Dec 1903

present owner. Mr Duncan's younger brother was a successful banker in New York, and bought an estate in Leicestershire, which is now possessed by his son, while one of his daughters the Do wager-Lady Hay of Haystoun, near Peebles. In 1810 Mr Duncan married

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

20 Jul 1936

Cameron Highlanders, and of tho Hon. Mrs lan Campbell, and Diana, only child of Major-General Sir John and Lady Davidson, KinchUrdy, Boat of Garten, Inverness-shire. Mr D. J. Brodie Lethen, Nairn, came of age in 1932. His father fell in action in 1914, and

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Alloa Journal

Alloa Journal Clackmannanshire, Scotland

6 Apr 1901

at.d ?shin is his directing. Harold . hat is wedgy Ah, SU, sad Mei ark also looked confused. any ether Oise Mr Minden might 'Then it is true, he thought. soil for th.- hat Mr Meredith loved • mama lest time as nary feeling again., his lien.' lutrear

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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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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

24 Dec 1968

Alibi (BFI (Mrs .1 K Gardner) H Nicholson 10 10 Hornblue (Mr S Ingham) Ingha.n 10 10 02 Bruno One (Mrs S Joseph) Miss Sinclair 10 10 00 Contodoro (Mr G Kelly) W Kelly 10 10 0 Pike k Eel (Mr T G M..chin) R A Moore 10 10 3 Celestial Sun (Mrs D .ilcNab) J

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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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The Sphere

The Sphere London, England

18 Feb 1922

MR. BALFOUR RETURNS TO ENGLAND His Great Success at Washington On Tuesday last Mr. A. J. Balfour arrived back in England after his labours as chief of the British Delegation at the Wash ington Conference. Of all the prominent statesmen and diplomats who

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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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Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror London, England

5 Jul 1904

Game. In the third set Lemaire's play, which had been getting better all through, reached its zenith, and his work at the net, well backed up by his partner at the back of the court, for a long time held the brothers in check. The games were called 1 all

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