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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    and exclaimed, " St Paul was a d-d badi sailor."-Polehelc's Recollections. RESURRECTIoNr FRiGnT.-Circumstances pregnant with danger o: curred at Coupar Angus last week. The grave of a yottng man who wad lately interred here was watched by his friends. Some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 12th inst. aged 103 years, which he completed in April last, Mr David Thom, the oldest resident in Coupar Angus. He often gave a lengthened detail of the proceedings he witnessed in the rebellion of 1745, being then about Subscribers-only content

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    the Rev. Dr Wardlaw, expressing their regret at not being able to attend the meeting. The Rev. Mr Marshall, Coupar Angus, rose to move the first reso- lution, which characterized the corn laws as opposed to the merciful designs of Subscribers-only content

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    lodging house keeper-W. Blanks, Rtchford, Essex, draper-V. Jay, Castle lane, South- wark bridge road, hatter. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. M. Banks, Coupar Angus, iatoufacturer-J. Williamson, Dalpeodar, near Sanquhar, tarmer- W. Jolie, Leslie, marau- facturer-J. Blak, Kirkalsy, bulder-J. Sewiart, Dundee, 9184erwriter-R., aflqgnl1 Batbga Subscribers-only content

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    to take her depositions. On Thursday a,warrantwas issued for Mackenzie's apprehension, and he was arrested the samne evening in Coupar Angus. H1e wras taken before the police magistrate, and remitted to the sheriff. The woman, after makting another deposition, died Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 31st August 1850

    excessively dusty. The scenery soon became beautiful & hilly. We passed Linlithgow , Falkirk , Stirling & Perth reaching Coupar Angus , where we found the Duke of Atholl , - at ½ p. 11. Here we got into our

    Wednesday 1st September 1852

    for one's eyes to gaze on, - Strathern, Stirling, Perth, - & a little after 11 we were at Coupar Angus . Stopped there a short while, & then got out of the train & entered our carriages, Vicky &

    Tuesday 6th September 1853

    9 by the usual railway, passing by Stirling & Perth, & leaving the train at ½ p. 11, at Coupar Angus . Here, we got into our open carriages & drove along the well known road by Blair Gowrie ,

    Wednesday 11th September 1844

    kind. There was a Triumphal Arch there, & we were given fruits & flowers. The country from here to Coupar Angus , quite a small place is very well cultivated, & one could see the hills in the distance. The

    Tuesday 1st October 1844

    made me so sad to see the country getting & flatter & flatter. There was a great crowd at Coupar Angus & at Dundee a tremendous one. On the Pier this time things were badly arrange & the squash was


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