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    for her portrait to Mr. Luke Fildes. Sir Matthew White-Ridley and his brother, Mr. Ridley, passed the holidays at Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire, and they had several days' excellent trout-fishing in Loch Rannoch and in the river Tumruel. Mr. Thomas Hardy Subscribers-only content

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    C|e Courier anfr %xws . TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1864. Subscribers-only content

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    ALBANY SHIPPING COMPANY. LIMITED. Tbe Directors of tbis Company, in tbeir report to tbe shareholders for tbe year ending 30th June, express regret that, in consequents of the continued depression in the freight market during the past year, they Subscribers-only content

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    DESTRUCTION OF 9WXSIMS HOU-ftS BY FIRE. Yesterday afternoon Stanley Houso, _i_ es». Lenc* of Colonel ¥. _. S»mto_>»n, aa r>cia«or >r RfcnnVy Mills was uotnp_er.-__* . ...:.iy_._ >v >r- The flames were fust oh»erv«d hy __. ,{ n> - Subscribers-only content

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    A SALVATIONIST'S BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. In the Glasgow Sheriff Ordinary Court yesterday, Sheriff Guthrie closed the record and fixed the diet of proof in an action raised by Elizabeth Kimmins, Alma Street, Govan. against George Clark boiler- maker, Subscribers-only content

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