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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    United Kingdom has been conferred on the Earl of Stair, who will take his seat as Baron Oxenford of I Cousland, reerages of the United Kiogdotu have also been conferred on the Earl of Belfast, who will sit as Baron Subscribers-only content

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    D. I. Macgregor, Leith, auctioneer-J. Carrie, Lanark, mes. seager-at-arms-R. Strachan, Kickliston, maltater-W. Pater. son, New Sauchie,grocer-A. Aihkenhead, Patrick, victualler- A. Cousland, Glasgow, wireworker. Priday, Aougut 4. WAR OFFIC ii, Aurl. 4. Royal Horse Guards-Cornet Lord G. J. Manners to be Subscribers-only content

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    lost passengers t are - C A-Tr. James C. Gibson. Mrs. Lilian. Gibson, sister-in-law of Mr. Gibson, both i of Cousland, near Dalkeith. I Miss Jane Cafferr, of Londlonderry. f Mr. John Stuart, of Pohlokehields, cabin passengers; I And t Subscribers-only content

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    Binder, BA., CalusCollege, Cambridge: E dmund Gray. B.A,,Uniiversity College.I urham; .oiin larvey }tlloP, B.. St. Johns College. Cambridge; AndersonJohn Nic. Cousland, St. Beess Cumberlaud; George Mlonkhouso, St. Been.Tcs, x Cofberandiscud.ot eias b upse Par CsTs.-John Dauncey Anderson, B. A., University Subscribers-only content

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    Orientalsteamer Bolthara from London, arrived here this afternoon, en route to Colombo ana Calnuttsa .. . NArAL, Wedneiday.-Donsild Currie's steamer Cousland, from Capetown, arrived here at 9 p.m., with maLls and passengers, ex Castle Packet Rodlin Castle, from nigrland, NEW Subscribers-only content

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    will I probably be-Train from Dalmeny to Duddingstone and I Coaigonillar Station, then drive round by Niddrie, Yer Craighall, Inveresk, Cousland, Pathhead. and Dalkeit. At the latter place he will probably address a meeting in the Foresters' Hall. This drive, Subscribers-only content

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    carried by competing lines shows a large increase during the year owing to cheaper rates. THE TIMBER TRADE. Messrs. Allison, Cousland, and Co., Glasgow, in their annual timber market report, say-The volume of business transacted during the year has been Subscribers-only content

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    were members of the crew. The lost passengers are:- Mr. Jamas C. Gibson and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Lilian Gibson, of Cousland, near Dalakeith; Miss Jane Caffrey, of Londonderry; M1r. John Stuart, of Pollockihields, cabin pas- sengers ; and Mr. David Subscribers-only content

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    (2nJ sub.) . 1..... L. Paden, T.C. (2nd The late John Cope- sub.).......... 1 land, T.C.1....... Thomas Arnold 1... Mrs,. Cousland... 1ICastalia .1........ John Copelsod 1. IWm.Rleitl, C.E., T.C. Mrs. Copeland . 1..... (2nd sub.).....2.. I Wan. Blakely . ... Subscribers-only content

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    [VISCOUNT CASTLEREAGX. COMING OF AGE CELEBRATIONS. RE]JOICINGS AT MOUNTSTEWART. DINNER TO THE TENANTRY. INTERESTING PRESENTATION. SPEECRES BY LORD LONDONDERRY AND LORD CASTLEREAGIT. ENTHUSIASTIC PROCEEDINGS. Mountstewart, the County Down seat of the Marquis of Londonderry, so picturesquely situated on the Subscribers-only content

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    United Kingdom has been conferred on the Earl of Stair, who wvill take his seat as Baron Oxe nfoord of Cousland. Peerages oft lie United Kingdom have Alsobeen con- ferred on the Earlof Belffist,whob will sit as Baron Ennishowen and Subscribers-only content

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    twelve o'clock, at Mr. Bair'InAt, Alexande ikned PartieS, victualler, Aug. 4, 24, at twelve o'clcck, at Henderson's Tavern, Glasgow. Archibald Cousland, Glasgow, wire ;vorker, Aug. 7, Sept. 1, at one o'clock, at .Messrs. Thomson's and Laurie's chambers, Glasgow. INSOLVENT DEBTORS' Subscribers-only content

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    Cremer, Mr and Mrs J. Clayton, Mr and Mrs Conquest, the llisses Conquest, Mr J. A. Cave, Mr J. C. Cousland, Mr Marcus Carston Capt. Charles Courtenay, Mr Cosser, Mr Courteney, Mrr IV Cotton, MIr Coleman, Mr Cook, Mr Chapman, Subscribers-only content

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    Fred Westbury, assistant steward, thirty, of Glasgow. James Pritchard, assistant steward. Mr. James C. Gibson, and Mrs. Lilian Gibson, of Cousland, near Dalkeith, cabin passengers. Miss Jane Cattery, of London- derry, cabin passenger. Mr. John Stuart, of Pollockshields, cabin passenger. Subscribers-only content

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    J. Currie, Lanark, messenger at arms. R. Strachan, Kirkliston, maltster. W. Paterson, New Sanchie, grocer. A. Aitkenhead, Patrick, victualler. A. Cousland, Glasgow, wireworker. From Friday's Gazette, Aug. 4, 1843. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Marshall and Clark, Curzon street, stationers- Newman and King, Subscribers-only content

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    ofthe United Kingdom has l__.il conferred on Ibe Farl of Stair, who will take his seat _k Baron Oxenford of Cousland. Peerages of the United Kingdom have also been conferred on the Earl of Belfast, who will sit as Baron Subscribers-only content

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    spectacles and a number of other articles, belonging to his master, John Stringer, at Runcorn, seven years' penal servitude. John Cousland, 35, stationmaster, for embezzling £14. 9s. and £33 63. 7d., the moneys of the Cheshire Lines Committee, his masters, Subscribers-only content

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    will take effect from this date, viz:- Lance-CorporalsP. Powell and J. Pater son, D Company, are promoted corporals; Corporal J. Cousland, H Company, is appointed pioneer ser- geant. Detail: Orderly officer for the week: Lieutenant E. G. Hodge. Medical officer: Subscribers-only content

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    vacancy in the House of Lords, which will bo supplied by Viscount Dalrymple, who will succeed aa Baron Otenford, of Cousland, in the peerage of the United Ki.gdom, the earldom of Stair being a Scotch peerage. Lord Manner, died on Subscribers-only content

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    long jour- ney from Greenock it would be difficult to guess. Clearly enough the five shillings given her by Ja^k Cousland could not have gone very far towards its accomplishment. It was the height of summer, when in the open Subscribers-only content

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