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    now translation of the Psalms into WeislI. The Earl of Airlie has announced to his tenants on the Airlie and Cortachy estates in Forfarshire that the rnnts on all farms whose leases have run seven years a-td upwards will at Subscribers-only content

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    casualties and deaths from sunstroke and malaria, aggravated by the recent inundation of the Songkai. T'ue destruction by fire of Cortachy Castle, the beautiful northern seat of the Earl of AIRLa, is a serious addition' to the heavy catalogue of Subscribers-only content

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    put into the hands of the English people to help the masses of osankind. -Other addresses foelowed. The fire at Cortachy Casule suas extinguished on Satur- day afternoon, having been consined to the new portion of the structure. Ths libhary Subscribers-only content

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    scales were correct. e iftv-one polled cattle from the famous herd of the Earl r of Airlle were sold at Cortachy, Forfarshire, on Thursday. The sale realised a total of £2,013. i8s., being an average ,of £39. 10S. At tLe Subscribers-only content

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    proceeded thither from Bournemouth, where they spent the winter. The Dowager Countess of Airlie has joined her daughter- in-law at Cortachy from Airlie Castle. Rumours are in circulation in Ireland to the effect that, no matter how the General Election Subscribers-only content

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    Acts, 1834

    George Smith, Esq., Advocate, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Forfar, Mr George Loudon at Inverarity, Mr William Ogilvie at Cortachy, ministers; Andrew Alexander, Esq., Professor of Greek in the United College of St Andrews, ruling elder. From the Burgh


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