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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scotch Muqrdcstnatiois4.-E. Ilurdoch, Stirling, baker-J. I. Ross, Inleer ness, ironmonoer-W. Matcer, Stow, woollen saneufacturer-T. Gardner, Glasgosw briclinaiker-C. Watt, Bridge of Allan, hotel keeper. Birth.-On the 8tlh inst., at icwishahm liiil, Blacflherth, theotife of Rictard Andrew Macrsden, of at son-On thc Subscribers-only content

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    bill broker-Feb. 26, H. Evans, Wednes. hury, Staffordshirn, grocer. Scotch Seoqesotrations-W. Donaldson, Edinburgh, tailor-J. Chalmers, Blairgowrie, draper-J. Ferguson, Bridge of Allan, grocer. oriday, Febrteary 6. V4iair Ofmcce, Pallmall, February 6, 1857-2nd Regiment of Life Guards Cornet and Sub-Lieutenant H. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a searching obaracter was irstituted. It appears that the deceased bad been on a short visit to the Bridge of Allan (a fashionable waterinig-place, sbout thirty-five miles from Glasgow), from which he returned rather unexpectedly on the night of Sunday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    less serious. After that he went to Edinbaugh for some time to recruit his health, and subsequently to Bridge of Allan, whence he unexpectedly re- turned on unday evening, the 22nd of March. He went out that evening, and returned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the 27th of February she tells her lover that she and her family were going to the Bridge of Allan for a fortnight about the 10th of March; and in two subsequent letters she entreats him not to come Subscribers-only content

 

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