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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a hideous spot; Much of it, indeed, is sufficiently hideous now. To compare the~poorer part of the town with New Pitsligo would be to libel the architecture of that classic city, but there is just enough peat visible to remind Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    listen to foolish talk as sedulouly ase if a Platoliad been Aspeaking,-ilt ure ated Times. I Acorrespondent writes from New Pitsligo as follows:- "A bottle contining the following despatoh was yiekeod up on Bundayi last, neat the Ward of (ouilen, Subscribers-only content

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    Co., Keawickc. . Pritchard and Brown, Glasoge, sewed musliu manufacturers. the it is S¶4COTCH SEQUESVRATIONS. trea BROWN John, morchant, New Pitsligo; to meet at Aberdeen, Sept. acql 20. at 12. h DAVISON William, commission merchant, Borrowstounness; to meet that at Subscribers-only content

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    his decision. A FANiiLY oF CENTENAIrAIN8.-MITs. McQueen, supposed to be the oldest woman in Aberdeenshire, died last week at New Pitsligo, at the age of 107. She was born in the parish of Msiernich, Bauffsbire, in 1768. The husband of Subscribers-only content

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    _ __ 4v LAItnllAILe, AFF.IIR.-On Tuesday, tile 18th Marcl one of the public criers announced th)ougil the toewn of New Pitsligo asi advertisemcnt to the followitig ef'ect:- "Stolen from - - ,last ntight, a black horned cow. Any information regardini Subscribers-only content

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