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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dinner or tea. I know a woman of the name of Susan Ritchie About six years ago she lived in Castleyards. I don't know when she went to live in Skinnergate. I had to go one night to her house Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MYSTERIOUS OCCURRENCE AT GLASGOW BARRACKS. A mysterious occurrence took place at Ma ryhill Barracks ou Friday morning. The men of B Com- pany of the Ciiia-i ouians (Scottish Ki_.cs) discovered ou rising that Private Horace "H 'ighton, one of Subscribers-only content

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    'AME^ TABLE accident on THE TAY. BOAT CAPSIZED. GENTLEMEN DROWNED. - p ROW ESCAPE OF A FISHERMAN- ■^ EXCITING RESCUE. Saturday afternoon a most lamentable boat ■ ■ tt occaiTed on tbe estuary of the Tay, off tte **; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AN IRISH FATAL BRAWL. A drunken brawl in Lame, County Antrim, on Sunday, terminated iv the death a few hours a'terwardii of a vonnsr man named Thomas Carson. The deceased in the melee waa knocked down, his head comine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORN MARKETS. COLJPAR ANGUS, THUKSDAY.-There was an average I attendance. Prices :- Wheat, 62 lbs. to 63 lus., 25s to 265; | barley, chev., 54 lbs. to 56 lbs., 20s to 235; d.v, coci.. 54 lbs. to 56 lbs., Subscribers-only content

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