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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 Aug 1894

during bis lengthened and happy residence in romantic Glen Tana. As we have stated, he performed, with the assistance of Lady Brooks, the ceremony presenting official gold chain and badge to the Lady Mayoress of Manchester, in presence a distinguished company

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

27 Nov 1918

LORD GLENTANAR'S DEATH. .Generous Deeside Laird. * Wo regret to announce the death of Lord Glentanar of Glen Tanar, which took place at his Deeside residence Forest of Glen Tan ir, Aboyne, yesterday, in his 69th year. He had been failing health for some

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Sporting Life

Sporting Life London, England

29 Jul 1876

b Laird Glen- orc.iv I .. » Little rluceM 4 I. »!v*e S « « S 6 SOS Knight the JUA u •. Covrsl ip , SO •! D sc* PrtJiroM ..*OO Da/ 0 frat« * « « g:.ake View article

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

19 Feb 1852

wno'd, if lads bail hiving like midges. The morn I'll lie man ied, the kind lad has vow'd, An' lady o' bonny Gleti-w -odne-s, Glen wo itlness.— An lady bunoy Glen-woodneta lassie like me. tries some honest wilri. E'en tbe tout »' tbe win' may he luckie; While

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Type: Miscellaneous
Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

1 Mar 1951

DERRY SH;P?iN,G NEWS Arrive/e, February 26th M.V.Lair*l—jok, kitham; genenstl. a.s. Pebble, February 27th S.S. Lairds Glen, Gliasiirir via. Green ock; general. B.S. Leidenid, Ballast.; M.V. rasa Swarm, &Wing; motor amt, etc. M.V. Dorinda, Arran; Jet.

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Type: Illustrated
Edinburgh Evening News

Edinburgh Evening News Midlothian, Scotland

16 Feb 1897

Stamping and Mushing done. LADIES. INDISPENSABLE TO LADIES. Particularly those whs desire otriCß, and remedy for all obstbdc. and irregularities, medicine which cure* (usually lit- winch baffied the skill th. best medical n.en. lady need despair, a* the most

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Type: Advertisement
Edinburgh Evening News

Edinburgh Evening News Midlothian, Scotland

15 Feb 1897

THE LOST LAIRD, OR, THE ROSE OF GLEN DOLL, SPECIALLY WRITTEN BY J. E. MUDDOCK, FOR The Illustrated EDINBURGH NEWS (THE ' EVENING NEWS WEEKLY). PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. BE HAD OF ALL NEWSAGENTS. PRICE: ONE PENNY. Emigration. EMIGRANTS for Chili can obtain

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Type: Advertisement
Edinburgh Evening News

Edinburgh Evening News Midlothian, Scotland

13 Feb 1897

THE LOST LAIRD, OR, THE ROSE OF GLEN DOLL, SPECIALLY WRITTEN BY MUDDOCK, FOR The Illustrated EDINBURGH NEWS (TBE EVENING NEWS WEEKLY). PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. BE HAD OF ALL NEWSAGENTS. PRICE: ONE PRIZE MEDAL, EDINBURGH, 1896. ROBERT HoIjSTON & SONS

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

23 Aug 1928

LEFT in Fulwood tramcar, Monday, Blue Silk Stumpy UMBRELLA; reward. —Apply Sheffield Telegraph. LOST, LADY’S GOLD WRISTLET WATCH, between Laird rd, Wadsley lane car stop, City Terminus, and Walsh’s Arcade; linder substantially rewarded. Return rd Police

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Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail

Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Jan 1875

Caton Gun —Jasary b. sprint at Johis Char., Ward W D Nob hdpataat laird Hightsa lam Croltor. Soh ad Lady Giorgi.. Choker, Hallyamaido, Co Intaoriek, to q ,mooa Haanatta. danghtar of Mayor giore, lot. 7lnl Hiphlaaders, *ad I MI, CO ChM, ELI.INNTO. Pam

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

26 Aug 1927

THE LAIRD AND LADY OF BALMORAL How Royal Holiday is Spent By a Special Correspondent. Th© King arrives Balmoral Castle tomorrow morning, and th© Queen will join His Majesty towards the end of next week. Deesid© has been preparing for His Majesty's annual

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Type: Illustrated
Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

30 Sep 1915

APARTMENTS TO LET. J /COMFORTABLE Lodgings for men ladies, near Park--43, Tweed-fit. /COMFORTABLE Lodging, Working Man; widow; children; near Laird's.-292, Borough-rd. s3O / COMFORTABLE Home, partial board, gentlemen sharing bedroom; good locality: terms

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Westmorland Gazette

Westmorland Gazette Westmorland, England

2 Nov 1850

THE LORD OF THE GLEN. A Rough Companion to the Lady of the Laks. Two enterprising Cambridge men Were traversing Tilt's famous glen: Passing the known but guarded way, Through copse and cliffs they boldly stray ; 'Till, at rock's huge point they stop

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Type: Miscellaneous
Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

14 Apr 1848

710 Jericho, 10to 1 «Mfc apt Lady WBdalr, Cracow, ud Glen It 1 each apt Rat-trap, ti—tfoil, ud Mold Lyme, and 1 each apt Marietta oad Mooaow. most axoallaot start woo effected. Blackbird loading, ottoodad by Maid of Lyme, MartatU, asd Marquis Conynghaa

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Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette Renfrewshire, Scotland

23 May 1904

WESTERN CRICKET UNION. MATCH GLEN PARK. WATSONIANS V. GREENOCK. WICKETS PITCHED at 12 Noon. ADMISSION. 6*l. LADIES FREE. Season Tickets-ADULTS 4s. JUVENILES 2s6d —may be had from Oatonmn. SHOPKEEPERS' HALF-HOLIDAY MOVEMENT. VICTORIA HOLIDAY, WEDNESDAY

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The Bystander

The Bystander London, England

1 Oct 1930

for everyone. Back in Town One or two people like Lady Louis Mountbatten, Lord Sefton, Lord Plunket, and others, have been back tor some time, but others like Lady Alexandra Metcalfe, Lady Brownlow, Lady Curzon, Mr. Willie Rhinelander Stewart, and so on

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Type: Illustrated
Belfast Commercial Chronicle

Belfast Commercial Chronicle Antrim, Northern Ireland

3 Sep 1827

Amaz’d was the Laird, when the Lady said na. An’ wi’ laigh enrtsie she turned awa, Dumfunder’d he wasgmae sigh did he gi’e, He mounted his rode cannily ; And alien he (Sqcht, as he gaed thro’ the glen. She’s daft to refnffe the Laird o’ Cockpen. And

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Workington Star

Workington Star Cumberland, England

26 Jul 1889

forget I paid ye. Across the water I'm laird, and Maggie's to be my lady, and the old folks are goin back with us. Ye can ha'e the croft, ye can ha'e the glen a' to yersel,' laird, and much good may it do you and your Sas. sensch friends. And when the

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

5 Nov 1927

DISORDERLY CONDUCT.—At Falkirk Sheriff Court Wednesdaj'—before Sheriff Robertson —Mary Laird, wife of James Laird, moulder, 22t> West Canon, was found guilty, after evidence had been led, of having, 12th October, at West Carron, committed a breach of

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Type: Article