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    1st, Mi :£20, and extra prize of £30 for the best Scot, Mr C. S. Be H. D. Moray, Blair Drummond, Perthshire; 2nd, £10, Sir 4 John Swinbuirne, Bart., Capheaton, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Js CLASS 21-Horned Cows or Heifers: lit, £15, and Subscribers-only content

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    or two good beasts are, however, shown amongst them. leero it all Mr. C. S, H. Drummond, Moray of Blair Drummond, rest: Iof exhibits the choice Scot which took the first prize in his clos iltar class, and the extra Subscribers-only content

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    OUT OP THEIRt ENGAGRThIENTS. May 1, at 9 a.m., Gondolier and Phantom, nut cmf the Chaster Cop; Glanalmond, Woodman, Blair Drummond, and La Charan- teonue, out of the Grand Prize at Paris. At noon. Bosworth and the Daylight colt, out Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RACING FIXTURES, 1869. MAY. BXoltys ..... 10 West Drayton -Zotylou ........ 19 York .. .1 i llargate .17 Elerts Yeomanry 19 Itoborougah Hunt 11 Stokesley .t7 Wye D.1 Winchester ..... 11 B edditch . 17 Redoar ....... Subscribers-only content

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    Voltigeur- Inaishowen Le Saphir Sweet Pea F by Y. MPelbourne Earl Mayo The Maze -KatherineLogie Royal Boy I Tarquin Blair Drummond Martyrdom Fby Y. Melbourne Flansan Popnjay -Lady Evolyn Whitechapel North Briton Brennan C b) Neowninster- Belladrum Hats Coventry (pd) Subscribers-only content

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    of all engagements; The Nun and Colours, out of both Hurdle Races at Derby, where the weights have appeared; Blair Drummond, out of Mersey Cup and Sefton Handicap, at Liverpool. February 14, at 9 a~m., Mies Edia, out of Derby Subscribers-only content

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    HOmE C DnurhboNnD MORAY, Scots Fusilier Guards, son of Uir. CUanRs and Lady ANNE Hour DRunMOND S MORAY, of Blair Drummond, with Lady GFORGINA I ENxr Lucy SwntouOi, third daughter of the ! Marquis and Marchioness of HERTFORD, was cele- Subscribers-only content

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    E Stirling Home Drummond-Moray (Scots Fusilier Guards), younger son of Mr. Cbarle; and Lady Anne Rome Drum- mond-Moray, of Blair Drummond and Ardoch, with Lady Georgina Emily Lucy Seymour, third daughter of the Marquis and Marchioness of Hertford, A number Subscribers-only content

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    the ground ; and at Altyre, Alorayshire, there is one 62ft. high, wvith a trunk 4ft. in diameter. At Blair Drummond, Perthshire, there is one 7.)ft. high, and 13ft. 7in. in girth at two feet up; and one of the Subscribers-only content

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    of the Royal family. The Dowager Duchess of Athole is a daughter of the late Mr. Home Drummtond, of Blair Drummond (who was one of Sir Walter Scott's friends), -and she was married in 1839 to -the six-tb Duk~e of Subscribers-only content

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    and the prize- winners were extra gootd. T'ie first pii ie weut to M~r. G. Stellitll Homue Drusiisond, of Blair Drummond, for a slulesidid yellow West Hipititnd ox, sged four years anst test snontirs, wticis on tice gitisldds of present Subscribers-only content

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    L.M.C., S.V,, new ciiOIp, Nov. 6 9-32d. The following cotton ships have arrived since last report:-New York: Forest Klig, Blair Drummond, Zelica. New Orleans: Haytian (s). Philadelphia: Lord Clive (h), Ohio (s). Wilmington: Prima. G.alveston: Ganges (b). At New York Subscribers-only content

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    PERITH.-At a large and influential meeting of the Conservative party held in Perth, Lieut.-Colonel Hy. Drummond Moray, jun., of Blair Drummond and Aber- cairney, was yesterday afternoon unanimously chosen as a candidate for -he representation of the county, in the Subscribers-only content

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    ago. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~their its NEW MEMBERs.- Lieuteniant-Colonel Henry yeano Lr Edtward Homed-Drumul6nd-Moray, the younger, of Aber- than le, cairny and- Blair Drummond, who was elected on Satsir- searc us day in the Conslervative interest ad M.P. for Perthshire, hn byin the Subscribers-only content

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    the late 'Sir William Stirling-slaxwell, is. Is the elder' soU of Mr. Charles Stirling Home.Drummond. eMoray, of Abercairuy aud Blair Drummond, by his mart riage with'Lady Anne Georgina, youngest daughter o' s Chuirles, fifth Marquis of, Queersberry. He was born Subscribers-only content

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    Thle Highland rattle Loins two go0al classes. In tics class Of oxen, Mr.- C. S. Home Drurmnond Moray, af Blair Drummond, i shutws a splendid specimen of the treed, which obtained the fSeat place. A smaller and very compact a Subscribers-only content

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    poor families, many of them Highlanders turned out on account of sheep, accepted ant asylum on the moss of Blair Drummond. They were wrretchedly poor, and their prospects by no means flattering; yet the hope of enjoying the land they Subscribers-only content

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    the freight market continues quiet and uneventful. Very little doing outwards owing to the poor demand. From Leith the Blair Drummond has been reported fixed to Bio de Janeiro at 16s. 6d. Home-San Francisco is unchanged at 21s. 3d. spot, Subscribers-only content

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    in- sidiously stealing into our agricultural districts. It broke out on Thursday last among a herd of cattle at Blair Drummond, near Stirling, and was intro- duced, it Is supposed, by a lot of Irish cattle pur- chased the other Subscribers-only content

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    Laureate, is on a tour . through North Devon. Tile death is announced of Mr. Henry Home Druiumond of Blair Drummond, at the family seat ton Thursday. Mr. Drummond, was a grandson of Lord lKaims, a well-known judge in the Subscribers-only content

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