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    is to reconstruct'ouf forces, and to take up' the attitude twhich France should always have." Mu. G.EORGE HoPjrn of Fenton Barns, iAn East Lothian, has received notice from his landlord, Mr. NISBET HAMILTON, that the lease of his farm, which Subscribers-only content

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    13110 7113 045 1114,070 1,002 0,50 'IeFmi aetb-,u iecreaseel br £400,00. In the last three years. 7bonewbiise~tirs eraMr George~npe. Fenton Barns; aft. George M. Tytler. Secretary ta the Hank of Scotland; and Kr. Normanm Macpherton, Pr'sleeoor 'if Heots iate in Subscribers-only content

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    Mr, 'GLADSTONB to stand for the county, but, fcr obvious reasons,. he declined. Then they invited Mr. Hox'n, of Fenton Barns, one of the leading advocates of Liberal agricultural policy in Scotland; but he also declined-not, in fact, being much Subscribers-only content

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    montl amongst eminenit agsiculturists. Mr. CGeorge Moore, of Whitehall, (Cumuberland, a celebrstesl short-Isorn breeder; Mr. George Hope, late of Fenton Barns, Nl.B, one of the best, if not flee best, Scotch farmer of his diay, which is saying a good Subscribers-only content

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    : R. H1. Greg, Esq. Secretariesc Ar-thir osns, REsq., Swaifhama; Clsarles Sheriff, REsq., Buckhorn, Gloucestershire ; George Hops, REsq., Fenton Barns, by Hansilton. Commsrittee: Mark Phiihis, Esq., Ml.P. Satterfield, WVarwickshire ;Thoesisa Gieborne, REsq., Itor-wich House; WV. S. Crawford, REsq., IIIP., Subscribers-only content

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    258, 290, 293, 312; of alhallowmes, 277; of the nativity, 338; of the purification of the Virgin Mary, 338. Fenton Barns , John Prestoun of, collectorgeneral, 259, 279. Festival days , observation of, an objection to episcopacy, 398. Fife (Fyfe),

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