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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " Permit me to state, that L am- a tenant of Walter James Little Gil- ..mour, Esq., of Libberton and Craigmillar, in a-garden and other premises at Libberton; and, in consequence of having-laid out considerable sums in stocking and improving.the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6, 1831, copied from the Scotsman :-" 7Witcheraft.-During a thunder-storm last week in Edinburgh an elderly female who resides near Craigmillar, and who bears the reputation of being uncanny, went to a neighbour's house and asked for a piece of Subscribers-only content

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    Last Minstrel,' will be familiar to all. In order to obtain release from her matrimonial bondage to Simon Preston, of Craigmillar, this lady had the hardihood to affirm in a spiritual court that previous to her marriage she had been Subscribers-only content

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    blotters;ý and there was also a preseit from the oilicers of the Ciamel Corps. NJ r. i(.ilineur'6teniaistry at I'ibes-ton anid Craigmillar presented di bride wvish a tea i-.nd coffee service, suit- ably inzxrioed. hOurmiw the pact week the presenrts to Subscribers-only content

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    once distinguished as the residence of Queen Mary. A cab was accordingly procured, and they proceeded in the direction of Craigmillar. Arrived at the base of thet elevation on which the castle is built, they stepped out of t the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sisling Was taken bly her Mejeaty to Baisloral and since her interest ii the tree bas trnespiredl the gardoner at Craigmillar has received many hundreds of letters flont all parts of the cpontrT from per3ons wvbto ore also desirous of Subscribers-only content

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    de- stroyed. The owner believes tbe fire to be the work of nit incendiary. AMr. Walter J. L. Gilmour, of Craigmillar and Liberion, diod at his chambers in London, on Friday evening. lie was an intimate friend of the late Subscribers-only content

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    Edinburgh, for A20,000. It includes the minerals anuder Kingston (ran, e, the property late acquired by Mr. Gordon Gilmour, of Craigmillar. 3Mss Mfartha Renmeert, who has just returned frorm a concert tour in Germany, has beeu honoured with an invitation Subscribers-only content

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    best aiid most valued benefactors, and her death will be very widely deplored. Mr. Ferdinand Brand died at his residence, Craigmillar, Crouch-end, on the 1st inst., in his 80th year The Cisy Cress says that Mr. Brand commenced his official Subscribers-only content

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    his escape from EAiin- 5 burgh Castle. Their younger brother, John, Earl of Mar, I was placed a prisoner in Craigmillar on the same charges. t James III. did not possess, it was alleged, the trite oharac- teristics of a Subscribers-only content

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    THE PUBLISHERS' COLUMN. ey ODDER and STOUGHTON'S NEW BOOKS, v2 HILIL iandsoouely Bound anld ouitablo for Presents. i NEW WOBdK BY THE LATE DEAN 11OWSON. l.. 'rhia Day, crown Bvo., 5s. 6d,, or 'biR COLLE(TS, EPISTLES, and GOSPELS. Is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Quzw, accompanied by the Dulre and C 'Duchess of Connaught, yesterday visited the Royal it ,Blind Asylum and School at Craigmillar; Edinburgh, g and appeared greatly interested in the system or i education pursued in the establishment. Afterwards 12 ,Her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    number of ber- series in connection with it, one of which is the gift of Her Majesty the Queen. At Craigmillar also theres a Home for blind women, which has at present 20 inmates, and there are besides three parlour Subscribers-only content

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    and of Ii, P-rrick's Quay, both in the cay of Cork, msk-hs?t (died on April lIth}------------£158000 Las-id Adeirsora, of Eel-non:. Craigmillar A Park. Edinburgh (died on Taninnaip' ISthi . fr ThoincasUenkita. of Ilsarisaum Lndcr-, Oarlande (died ots May 25th) 41000 Subscribers-only content

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    2ternury-oltire. (iET' wan~tsd, for sale of Margarine. Only those with that- ca cnection for this article neerd, apply to the Craigmillar uccainery Co. Limirted, Lilx'rton, Lfid-Loethiaan. A" ATEDs, a really good CAN-VASSER, in the Hnuase Coal1 WIl trade, on conamarsein. Subscribers-only content

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    'its'We. ttansitetion, to which thqfnext paper (NO. VII.) yelatesv. J nuary1, 160O,' the King order..- ed' Biuce to corne toi Craigmillar,, ,to- zoqf.Wit, 'such s she ThU *ppii;r e The instkUctionfl t 'these comitissioriers compose the s aitistauC'dof 'O. Il] Subscribers-only content

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    legs. FALL FROMn A RocE.-The Zdiibirngh Co-cnat reports that, as several boys were amusing them- selves around the ruins of Craigmillar Oastle, on Sunday afternoon, oue of them, w hile walking out- nide the walls of the castle, missed his Subscribers-only content

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    Dread- JG( nought, 8 to I each agst Balfe and Craigmillar. DcD As soon as the flag fell Balfe in the centre of the course cut out the work, with Craigmillar on the right, and Dreadnought and Claremount on the Subscribers-only content

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    now on strike. Intelligence was received on Saturday at Liver. pool from Valparaiso that the Liverpool ships Was. dale and Craigmillar have been in collision at sea. The former sunk, and nothing is stated as to her crew of twenty-eight Subscribers-only content

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    1- IF73cMr. Merry's Marie Stoort ...IT. Osborne- 55" i t974cMr. Launde's Apology -.....(J. Osborsi~ r'n 137 0 1875 Mr. Crawsfurd'e Craigmillar -. (K Chlailncrl 17e li a l876aLord Dipjili'si' Petrsrch .....(J Goaot'rs 0s a ltl7bLord Falmonths's Silcio (P. Archer) 1 Subscribers-only content

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