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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last week in perfect health, and died after a very short illness on Saturday. SiR JoSw MUIR MAcrziEZi, BART., of Delvine, county of Perth, died on the 1st inst., in London, aged forty-nine. GENERAL J. Md. HAERaTON died at Orchardtown, Subscribers-only content

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    Director of the National GUallery, iu place of Lord Overstone, who. retires. The marriage of Sir Alexandler Al. M'Kenzie, of Delvine to Francis Rose, sixth daugh ter of Sir Tlh r Moucrieffe, took place in Glasgow oni Tuesday. Sarahsville is Subscribers-only content

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    determined to make as much capital out of them as possible. ELECTION NEWS. EAST PFRTTIS5HIE.-Sir Alexander Mduir Mackenzie, Bart., of Delvine, has been invited by a joint meeting of Liberal Unionist and Conservative Committees of the district to come forward Subscribers-only content

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    on most rivers in Scotland opened in Tuesday. Anglers on the Tay had a good time: One gentleman onl the Delvine water took fish of 151b., 203i., and 211b. There is no report of fungoid disese. The Archbishop of Erlan, Subscribers-only content

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    of Devonshire has -'teen visiting the Countess of Dudley at Delvive House, Murthley. Lord and Lady St. Oswald arrived at Delvine on Saturday. ti Acording to the Daely Ch'osicle the lady whom Mr. " Sims kc'eves has just married was Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1834

    Michael Stirling at Cargill, Mr Henry Henderson at Kinelaven, ministers; Archibald Butter of Faskally, Esq., John Muir Mackenzie, younger of Delvine, Esq., ruling elders. From the Presbytery of Perth, Mr John Findlay at Perth, Mr James Esdaile at Perth, Mr

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