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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOST IN TIE sNow.-The Ban??ffthire Journal states that on the evening of Thursday last, as Mr. Wmn. Gordon, farmer, Silverford, Auchindoir, was returning home from the Cabrach, where he had been on business, and when on the hill between Corse Subscribers-only content

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    plump and lively. There is a fair stock of black game, and ground game is plentiful everywhere. In Clova and Auchindoir districts the heatheor on some of tire best breeding ground wDs burned last year, and there was consequently no Subscribers-only content

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    OR SmBRms.-tirat prize, 10, anid silver modal to the breeder-Eccibitor, Mr William M'Corubio. Tillfvsur, Abier. den,; breoder, Mr GeorgeTourb, Dsahie, Auchindoir, Meosat, Abordeeii. ehire; age. 4 )ears aud 8 mauntha. Second prize, B5-ExIibtitrr, Iils Grace the Duke of Beaufort, Badminton, Subscribers-only content

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    of Pilgwvenily. Patron, the Bishop e of ILiandaff, P 1ev. Itegioald WT. Williams, late inenosbent of St. Mary the Virgin, Auchindoir, nIii lae, Aberdeenshire; Carte in ole charge of Colliiigtree, Northanipton. a THE DEFENCE OF THE CHURCH. u The following Subscribers-only content

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    add e ha W. H. Hyt, Fhpq, Mc.ofeBter, aged 24. LUMSDEN.-Sept. 2 at Hastins Ss--e., H. Lun-i6n. J"', BR,. o1 Auchindoir, Aberdeenabire, aged 34.owuesht f -T. -. Rqs PTlGE.-4ektL. 2, atLo Werans, serdau of . S G. .r They, late Subscribers-only content

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    this yer instances such as these ocur -Haaick, out of 97 births 13 ilegi timate; Inrerury, 10 out of 36; Auchindoir, a out of 19 One local registrar lys the blame on "field labour;" another on the girls going to Subscribers-only content

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    through the kind- ness of Mr. H. L. Lumsdcn, secured a resting-place on the confines of the adjoining parish of Auchindoir. All that now remained to be done was to got the sanction of the General Assembly: and this was Subscribers-only content

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    the Manse, Auchindoir, the Rev. George Pirie, M. A., Professor of Mathematics in the University of Aberdeen, Fellow and late Tuter of Queens' College. Cambridge, to Anne Elizabeth, second daughter of the Rev. W. Reid, M.A. , Auchindoir and Kearn. Subscribers-only content

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    *F*L of 40 years represented the county of Galway in Pariian 15th, aged 37, Sir H. N. Lumsden, Bart, of Auchindoir. • . Burgage, county of Carlow, Dowager Lady Butler, re' 1 Sir R. Butler, Bart W. G. Bagot, Esq. Subscribers-only content

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    C ra '£> °f Riccarton, Baronet. James ile(]<!ie. Esq, Ad. Legal Assessor to City of Glasgow. Henry LumbsHen, Eso, of Auchindoir. Sir David Duudas. of Dunira, Baronet. v VVi'.Hatn Oliver Rutherford, E^q, of Edgerton. Al">an(ler Goodsir, Esq, Secy, to British Subscribers-only content

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    V ICE-PRESIDENT. Sir Graham Graham Montgomery, of Stanhope, Bart. EXTRAORDINARY DIRECTORS. Sir James Gibson-Craig of Ricarton,*Bart. Henry Lumsden, Esq., of Auchindoir. Sir David Dundhs, of Duuira, Bart. W. O. Rutherford, Esq., of Ed^erton. Alexr. Goodsir, Esq., Secretary British Linen Co. Subscribers-only content

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    Feb. 5, and aver. >• ••• Saturday ; Bittleston, Nottingham. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. Mania, Kinggai th, farmer. Campbell, Glasgow, merchant. Graasick, Auchindoir , Aberdeenshire, farmer. Inglis, Edinburgh, stockbroker. M 'Gill, Glasgow, provision merchant. Reid, Glasgow, bricklayer. Prom Tuesday's Gazette, Feb. 8, Subscribers-only content

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    VICE-PRESIDENT. Sir Graham Graham Montgomery, of Stanhope, Bart. EXTRAORDINARY DIRECTORS. Sir James Gibson-Craig, of Riccarton, Bart. Henry Luauden, Esq., of Auchindoir. Sir David Dundas, of Dunira, Bart. W. O. Rutherford, Esq., of Edgerton. Alexr. Goodsir, Esq., Secretary British Linen Co. Subscribers-only content

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    buttons on an angel's underclothing." John Ferguson, gamekeeper, has beenj killed at Auchindoir, Aberdeenshire, by using a loaded fowling- piece to push aside some whins. The Scotsman warns shopkeepers against accepting gilt sixpences for half sovereigns, a Leith tobacconist having Subscribers-only content

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    to L.50; Moneymusk, appeal sustained, raised from L.40 to L_ss ; Peter- head, appeal sustained, raised from L.50 to L.70; Auchindoir, not sustained. In two other cases an arrangement had been effected privately. Remit to the Fiscal.- At the Police Subscribers-only content

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    at twelve o'clock. ' Mrs Isabella Yule or Dawson, innkeeper and fanner residing in Lnmsden Village, in the parish of Auchindoir' and county of Aberdeen- Creditors meet in Ordinary Conn-' House. Aberdeen, 27th May, at two oclock. Janet M-Leod. residing Subscribers-only content

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    Glasgow, on Tuesday, 2!) th July, at twelve o'clock. James Dawson, lately innkeeper, residing at Lumsden, in the parish of Auchindoir, and county of Aberdeen, now deceased. Creditors meet in the Lemon Tree Hotel, Aber- deen, on Tuesday, -J9th July, Subscribers-only content

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    by Mr WUson, of Durm, with his splendid horse Comet ; the silver medal by Mr W. Grant, New- bigging, Auchindoir ; and Mr Sim, Fawells, Keith- hall, took the third prize. A thoroughbred stallion of Mr Williamson's, Caskieben, was Subscribers-only content

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    Scotch Episcopal CJergy DisabiUties Removal BiU, from the -Bishop of Aberdeen and clergy, and from the Episcopal congregations at Ellon, Auchindoir, Monymusk, Old Meldrum, Meiklefolla, Deer, Kincardine O'Ned, Forgue, Fraserburgh, Fyvie, Lowmay, Turriff, Cruden, New Pitshgo, Longsidc and Ctrmmeston, laverury, Subscribers-only content

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    THE MEIGLE PRECENTORSHIP. Sir,- l observed in yonr paper of Wednesday last a communication regarding the precentorship in the Parish Church here, from one who styles himself " A Reader," and I beg to make a few remarks for Subscribers-only content

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