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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wconcined his way amid fewer, bat not less warm, greet- ine from the country people. Mr. Gladstone arrival at Cramond Bridge was d awaited by a deputation of members of the South n Queensferry Town Council, headed by Bailie Fairlie Subscribers-only content

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    the house as Was expected, and was followed by Lord and L'sdy Rtosehlery. Mr. -heiriff fluff attended t tn Cramond Bridge, to sce his Malesty safe out of hIis VI inriadirtion. Discharges of artilery arsnounced his iii NM.;jesy's arrivil in Subscribers-only content

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    ITE CZAR'S VISIT. LANDING AT LEITL. E ARRIVAL AT BALMORAL, ENTBUSIASTIC RECEPTION, PRESlENTATION OF ADDRESSES. SPECALL TEtEGRAIM; Lpmrra, TuIESDAY Evs?:cxG.L-Under sonibre skies and in a dowvnpour of rain the Ermperor and Empie ss of Russia landed here to-day. They Subscribers-only content

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    of the Duke of Atholl's intention to hunt the Almond water for otter, I found myself at Cramond Bridge at seven o'clock oan the morning of Friday the 6th curt,: and a bright sunny morning it was. I had hardly Subscribers-only content

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    about 9£ miles, and after waiting for a few minutes we started for the City by way of Dalmeny, Cramond Bridge, and Barnton, Ac, _c. This road ia a favourite run for cyclists, and is a mest charming highway, being Subscribers-only content

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