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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a young gentleman named Sturgess, a pupil at Sprivers. It seems that he was out shooting with a companion, named Craggie, and that the latter was in the act of getting over the hedge, when his gun accidentally went off Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BANICltl'PTS. 'Freai last Alighe's 2d'etbiburg Gazetfe.) E Robert ecCollee, deeased, builder, New Rattray, Glasgow NOTI Win. kraser, furmer and innteepar, Craggie Davot, Invernerieshixre 3 Matthew Currie, merchant atid farmer, aetbroadness, Penlvink, J. aud. tGirdiner, grocers and wine merchant;, Hiigl-street, Perth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Society was held at Heeaon yesierday, in the presence of a large number of agrniultorists of the district. Mr. Alfred Craggie, North Newbald, Brough, and Mr. William Tennant, Wressle Castle, Howilen, officiated as judges. In the class of hunting entures, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the manse of Daviot to that of MfToy, his horse became unmanageable, as they were descending the incline towards Craggie bridge; and, advancing with considerable speed, the vehicle came against a stoneattthe corner of the bridge, the shock of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the season amounts to upwards of ''t race of grouse, ptarmigan, and black game, together with ored deer At Craggie, J. C. Freebairn, Esq., bagged nine Pcart of a day; and at Lochtreig, W. Clarke, Esq., "had some very Subscribers-only content

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