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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Clarmill Station, the Premier and party partook of refieshments. At Cargill Station Mr. Arrmtstead, who had drinen down from Blackcraig, was in waitiug, ana reci3ioed VMr. and Mrs. Gladstone as they stepped from, the, train. Amid load cheers the Subscribers-only content

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    continuing beautifutly tine. The Rev, and Stephen Gladstone arrived at Blairgnwrie from the south yesterday after- noon, and drove to Blackcraig. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gladstone are on a visit to the D~owager Countess of Aberdeen at Loyal H~ouse near Subscribers-only content

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    position once, but quickly regained it. ly THE PRaEsm -Mr. and Mrs Gladstoneacmnpanied ne by Mr. Henry Gladstone, drove from Blackcraig yester. n, day afternoon for Alyth, with the intention of attending he the Episcopal churchk Myth was reached at Subscribers-only content

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    eight. Lord Rosebery had arranged to -drive over the hills to Braemar by the Spittal of Glenshee, and he left Blackcraig at half-past twelve, proceeding north by Bridge of Cally, and ultimately arrived at Balmoral at half-past seven, haiing changed Subscribers-only content

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    of political friends asiembled Ito bid him adieu. Amongst them were Mr. Armistead, 3who has been entertaining the Premier at Blackcraig, I Sir Algernon West, the Lord Provost and City Treasurer cof Edinburgh, and Mr. Cowan of Beeslack. An escort Subscribers-only content

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    GLADSTON-E'S STAY IN SCOTLANXD. There is said to be no f~.undation for the statement' tis Mar. Gladstone intends to leave Blackcraig on Mlonda, or Tuesday next. His departure has rot been talked of, and sr-ill certainly not be before WedneesdA--' Subscribers-only content

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    aind Mr. Ralph Steiner, lMunich. Lord Foselmery left Eudton at eight o clock Last evcu ingFv ythse vtisih mail for Blackcraig, to viLit 'Mr. G~l'qtoce L~ord Enesher- w-ill travel to Ba.lmora1, xl ioh is cub twventy-five miles distant, this evenling, Subscribers-only content

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    i FRAFS ': THURPSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1,S93, (ESTABLISHED AN NO 1-737. ) Bdugat- I"ttrS> Mr. Chamberlain left Liverpool yesterday by the Majestic for Nowe York. Frederick Taylor has been conmmitted for lrial at Stafford assizes for the murder of Subscribers-only content

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    time in the house of the Rev. Peter Jolly, at Tarffside, parish of Lochlee, had ac- companied Mr. Jolly to Blackcraig, a distance of about three miles, on occasion of a marriage ce- remony at which he bad to officiate; Subscribers-only content

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    EDITION.] THE PREMIER. The Press Association learns that Mr. Glad- store will not in any case leave Blackcraig bef o c Wednesday or Thursday next. The climate suits the Premier so well that he will remain as long as possible. Subscribers-only content

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    stone travelled on Wednesday by special train from Blackcraig to Edinburgh. The right hon. gentleman was accompanied by Mrs. Gladstone and Mr. Henry Gladstone, and was received at Princes-street Station by Mr. Cowan, of Beeslaek, who subsequently presided at a Subscribers-only content

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    a wire into a nut formed on the corresponding end of the next wire. Quarrying Granite.- The Kirkmabreek Quarry, near Blackcraig, in Galloway, supplies Liverpool with the granite required for the docks, and here the method of reducing this refractory Subscribers-only content

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    month, and deliver an inaugural address in connection with the open- ing of Hymers College. Lord Roaebery will arrive at Blackcraig to- morrow morning. His lordship will break hi 3 journey to Balmoral at Blairgowrie, and will post out to Subscribers-only content

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    experiences in Scotland received another addition on Sunday: In company with Mrs Gladstone and Mr Henry Gladstone he drove from Blackcraig to Alyth, with the intention of attending the Episcopal Church, but on reaching Alyth found the church door locked, Subscribers-only content

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    have not been worked to auy extent, and are indeed virgin mines. They are inthe neighbourhood of the well known Blackcraig Mine of Minnigaff, which has been worked, we suppose, for at least 80 years, and is said to have Subscribers-only content

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    went along with James Burn and "Wm. Prosser, officers of Excise, through Strathaulle on the22d of March. We went to Blackcraig first, and then to Crowbill, and searched the farm-steading there. The farm belongs to Alexander aud George Ferguson, the Subscribers-only content

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    employed in spring last to go up to Blackcraig to do .-.:.-..- work. I could not tell the time. I believe it was C-Z spring of the present year. It was Blackcraig or Crowbill, but I don't, know the names Subscribers-only content

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    some remarks, Mr WILSON assented ts the question being put. Witness answered- The cask did not contain whisky. Archibald Farquhaison, Blackcraig, deponed- l do not remember my brother Alexander taking a cask in March last over to Mr Small to Subscribers-only content

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    ST MARK'S" BAZAAR FOR THE POOR. This bazaar was reopened on Satuiday in the Kinnaird Hall in presence of a fair attendance of ladies and gentlemen. Rev. Mr Grant presided, and introduced Mr T. S. Ross, who was to Subscribers-only content

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    ANGLING Loch Levkn - Kirkcaldy Club - The weather yesterday was generally doll, with the wind from tha south-west, and there was a drizzling rain in the afternoon. The Kirkcaldy Club held a compe- tition, but only three boats Subscribers-only content

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