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    and was, therefore of higher quality and greater value. In some instances the salt appeared toencouragetho clover, notably at Blair Drummond, where some large patches of strong yellow clover developed them- selves markedly in this plot. The following is a Subscribers-only content

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    way, a matter of dispute between the Ancasters and the Moray s or Drummond Moray 3 of Abercairney and Blair Drummond. It was Captain Moray of Abercairney, by the way, who quite recently married the daughter of the late Liberal Subscribers-only content

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    in his 50th year. The Duke married, October, 29, 1839, Anne, only daughter of Mr. Henry Home Drummond, of Blair Drummond, Perthshire. The late Duke was formerly in the 2nd Dragoon Guards, from which he retired in 1840. On the Subscribers-only content

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    tho Pan," out of " Sister to Martini." (See Stud Book). 3 LISKILLEN," Brown Gelding, 5 years, by " Blair Drummond " Nos. 2 and 2 are Winners of Jumping Prizes at Loughborough Horse Show this and last year, and Subscribers-only content

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    of Gornedineg, -.lanfairfechan, gained the silver cup for Welsh breeds, while in Highland breeds Mr. C. Drummond Morray, of Blair Drummond, secured first for Highland steers, and Sir John Swinburne, M P first for Highland eews. The silver cup fer Subscribers-only content

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    Count Bulow. Ambassador at the English :..-» _et out lor London. - Prussian State Gazette, Mr. Home Drummond, of Blair Drummond, is thf 1 ...-native candidate for Perthshire, and his sueee.s is .oi sidered certain. Mr. Drummond formerly represented th, Subscribers-only content

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    High Life. - The marriage of Lord Glenlyon and the Miss Home Drummond was solemnised on Tuesday last, at Blair Drummond, in the pre- sence o( a select family party. The nuptial* of the happy couple were celebrated by the Subscribers-only content

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    Glenlyon ■o Miss Drummoud. The ceremony was performed on Tues-. *•**.▼> at the residence of the bride's father, at Blair Drummond, •ifter which the noble couple proceeded to Ardock, the seat of Major Murray, nine miles on the other side Subscribers-only content

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    Haddington. - Sir Thomas Buchan Hepburn, of Smea- ton Hepburn, Bart. County of Perth.- Henry Home Drummond, Esq., of Blair Drummond. Town of Perth.- The Right Hon. Fox Maule, Vice-President of the Board of Trade. (ounty of the Lie of Subscribers-only content

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    corruption, called upon the electors to nominate a person to represent them in Parliament. Henry Home Drummond, Esq., of Blair Drummond, late M.P. for the county, after a few neatly-turned compli- mentary phrases, in which he alluded to Mr. Stirling Subscribers-only content

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    the younger, of Fordeland Cleland, Esq. County of Ayr. Alexander Oswald, Esq. County of Perth. Henry Home Drummond, of Blair Drummond, Esq. Town of Perth. The Eight Hon. Fox Maule, her Majesty's Secretary at War. County of Stirling. •William Forbes, Subscribers-only content

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    lowest description." My next purpose was to see the peculiar and interesting operations at Blair Drummond, which are now nearly brsught to a close. Blair Drummond is the property and residence of Henry Home Drummond, Esq., father of the present Subscribers-only content

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    the Scots Fusilier Guards, aged seventy-three. Drummond.- On the 29th ult., at Blair Drummond, Mrs. Christian Home Drummond, wHe of Henry Home Drummond, ! Eso,., of Blair Drummond. Gole.- On the lst inst., Esther, fourth daughter of Mr. Thomns Gol\ Subscribers-only content

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    Napier, superintendent. They then drove from tbe Royal Hotel, nnder the guidance of Mr. Napier, to the Teith at Blair Drummond to collect the valuable spawn. Arriving at the river-side shortly after twelve o'clock, everything was found in readiness that Subscribers-only content

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    hands, up to 13 stove ; a good hack and hunter, and fast. 14. CLANS. VAN. Bay Geleliug, by Blair Drummond, dam by Magnum, 5 years oid, about 15.3, up to 13 stove ; a good hack and hunter 15. Subscribers-only content

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    hands, up to 13 stove ; a gootl hack aud hunter' and fast. ' 14. CLANSSiAN. Bsy Gelding, by Blair Drummond, dam by Magnum, 5 jears old, about 15.3, up to 13 stone ; a good hack and huuter. 16. Subscribers-only content

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    4.- Palmenn (s), Cardiff. GIHRai/TAR. Feb 6 -Arthur (•). Tyne. Leghorn. LAUNCBBTON, Feb. 4.- Grssmere, London. MELBOURNE, Feb. 4.- Blair Drummond, Boston; loch Katrine, Clyde. NAPLES, Feb. 3. -Black Head (•), Swansea. REVAf, Feb. «.- Cossack («\ HulL .SYDNEY. r.b. Subscribers-only content

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    lady 88. A CHESTNUT MARE by sunstroke, dam by Zouave ; carries a '• lady. SD. ACHESTNUT MARE by Blair Drummond, dam by Lustre; carries a lady | . 90. A EAY MARE by Lord Gough ; carries a lady. Subscribers-only content

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    any age : ] lst, Sir John Swinburne, Capheatou, Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; 2d, *j Mr. C. S. H. Druminond Moray, Blair Drummond, Stirling. _ Class 20.- Scotch Horned Cows or Heifers, of any pure Scotch . Horned breed : lst, the Subscribers-only content

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    Swinburne, Bart., Capheaton ; 2d, the Earl of Cawdor, Nairn, N. 8.; 3d, C. Stirling Home Drum- mond Moray, Blair Drummond, N.B. Class 26. - Scotch Highland heifers or cows (heifers cot having had a live calf not to exceed Subscribers-only content

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