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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    having died in eon-, sequence ofthe bit~e of an,adder received a fort niht before while trainirg in the grounds near Ballantrae, *the Captain," says tthe Durtfries cow. ner, - determined, to be. upsides with ihe adder; provided himself with :a Subscribers-only content

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    BY It, 2.. STEVENSON. ---HE MASTERf OF BALLANTRAE. B ROBERT T LoUIS STEVENSON, Author of "Treasure Island." " Kid. napped." &o. 14th thousand. Crown Seo., cloth, price os. Mr. Stevensonhascnoncit.tlastl In'The Masterof Ballantrae' _ he has produced something very lko Subscribers-only content

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    colour, the adder is not easily seen among the Leather or long grass.. We lately beard of a shepherd in Ballantrae parish, who, resting him- self, fell asleep, and when he awoke found an adder twin. big itself round his Subscribers-only content

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    to a retest at a reduction of £185., or 25 to 30 per cent. - LIsa prcsent ttcltt of Sallaelian, Ballantrae, nouncetecd hilt Isaac, it also las been rolet, st a a sofill to 20 per cent. $ i3agetiff5.s are Subscribers-only content

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    51b. List mile and a halt. te, nt lb ot lb C by Beauclorc-Ernie- Agitator ,10 line -i 8t 5 Ballantrae.. 8 6 Cay ne Pepper . , 8 6Berigonium .. 81 idl- rahisury - - 810 Prairie Fire , Subscribers-only content

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    in Pcrthshiro; another fron, the Caledonian and North Britislh systems to Milagarvie, lxillearn, and the port of Monteith; another to Ballantrae, and another to Brechin. A daring burglary was perpetrated in the carpet v-areholuse of MIr. Spurwvay, at Leicester, early Subscribers-only content

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    his own reputation. For he has written a new section of ' Undereoods" and an introduction to "'he Mlaster of Ballantrae,' which are both to b3 included is the editioni. The introduction, which nay be followed by others, recalls the Subscribers-only content

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    a touch of Castagnette. tic might have served with Captain Dangerous, or the Chevalier of Mr. Stevenson's M kfaster of Ballantrae." John Iawkwood would have eyed him over, and deemed him a likely fellow; and the Captain of his Eminence's Subscribers-only content

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    it adder is not easily seen among the heather or long grass. We a lately heard of a Phepherd in Ballantrae parisb, who, reAt- n itlg himsIlf, fell asleep, siid when he awoke, found an adder d twhelaeg itself round Subscribers-only content

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    the adder is not I asily seen anugm the heathler or long grass. We lately heard of a shep-erd in Ballantrae parish, who, reAt- ing iimsl f, fell asleep, and when ie awvole, found an adder twining itselt ronuit is Subscribers-only content

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    H _ __ _G_ _ 392654 it - bJIVtB'S PESBYTERIAN CHURCH. li" Roic. JAMES PORTEUS, of Ballantrae, Free Church, Will roves-row ~~~~~~~G 30538 d W ~EYA MEHODSTSUNDAY 501OO 5.Hualet---T~o ANIERSRYSERMONS will 16jVka1tA1(Y of the METHODIST E CNEXION CHAPEL, Wca)dhoneec-lane Leeds Subscribers-only content

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    twoo'clock afternoon, unlems previously dispoosed ec of by private bargain,' hi 11fhE ESTATE of GLEN-APPI, situate in the hi Iparishbof Ballantrae, in the soutbet-nprtlonof the couinty of Ayr. al Thin rotate extende in all to upwards of 8,789 aocre, much Subscribers-only content

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    Miller, Esl., of Richmond Ifi cla, NUrcTie-NOrV 14th, at Burton Haousa, Westemorlaud, aged Gl, Mr. Henry Welter. 0Ommva'.-Nov.i 2th, at Ballantrae, AycohirsMargaret, relitt of Gaerge Oliver, Eeq . of Manchester. P'micsrAr-Neov. l0th, at Sandal, aged 48, E. J. Pickslay, E-(., Subscribers-only content

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    her sails and w as in danger of being driven on Taylor's Bank at the mouth of the Mersey. The Ballantrae Life- ;boat had saved the crew of soven men from the brig Aurora, of Ardrossan, wrecked on the rocks Subscribers-only content

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    OD the habits of the herring were made last week by Professor Cossar Ewart, of iEdiburgh University.;on, the banks of Ballantrae. . Oa tho; stones lifted by the dredge portaona of herringaspawniawerc found frmlg attached lo tbh sur- facs of Subscribers-only content

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    pass through an ingeniously contrived hair seive, so that it can carry nothing with it. Professor Cossar Ewart was at Ballantrae, on the Ayrshire coast, last week, and secured a large stock (several million) of well-matured ova for the purpose Subscribers-only content

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    Xacnaghton, of Runkerry House, Bushmills, north of Ireland, would swim a distance of about one mile, from Blackrock to Port Ballantrae. The young lady took to the water gaily, and swam the distance ino thirtv-uine uinutes. Henceforth potheen has no Subscribers-only content

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    Cullodien. The story is supposed to be a told by' a faithful retainer of the Duries of Durrisdeer t' and Ballantrae, and it is chieE-y concetned wilh the b l;.tcr rivalry which exisred newsteu the heaster of d 6alisntrae and Subscribers-only content

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    schooner Newv John, of Killonigh, laden with coals, bound, it is supposed, to Derry, was driven on shore near Port Ballantrae, and iinmediately after went to pieces; and it is supposed the unfortunate crew have been all drown- ed. It Subscribers-only content

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    of toed viz. Strathaven, Kilmarnock, to Ayr, if] h~ s by one -Coachman); and from thence direct on. tLroug>Maybole, lGirvan, Ballantrae, .ranraer, to ' Gord o'"f b otel, Pert. patrihk,-by one Coachmnau, same evening at i pa o'clock, rests all Subscribers-only content

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