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    about three o'clock on Thursdav morning, and three men were killed. An engine with-a break-van attached had been dispatched from Falahill under charge of four men, and bad halted opposite Arniaton Colliery, when it was strack by a goods train Subscribers-only content

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    held yesterday In the County Buildings. The commissioners on the bench were - Mr Trotter, of Mortonhall, Mr Baillie, of Falahill, Sir W. Johnston, Mr Dundas, of Armiston, Mr Wauchope, ofEdmon- tone, and Sir James G. Baird, Bart., of Saughtenhall. Subscribers-only content

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    FOOTBALL Reekie's Team v. Elliott's Team.- Played on Dalhousie Park last night. In the hrst half neither side scored, but in the second period Reekie's Team scored twice and Elliott's once. Subscribers-only content

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    )^iS_2^^^lae , As requiring common stairs to be lighted up. A Al "^*^Aaa_md>iaof the 28th ult says-- A gmat mtrnher of trsveßei, have arrivea^SS Subscribers-only content

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    CAMBRIDGE LADY STUDENTS. The voting in the Cambridge University Senate yesterday upm the proposal to admit lady students to the tripos examination resulted in the proposal being carried by SO'6 to 32. Great cheering fol- lowed. Subscribers-only content

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    A GREAT NUISANCE. SIR.- M islnng lately to shew a stranger friend some of the finest parts ot trie town. I took hi;n to th( . vf d<tlm l.rd Om.-1.-w.ti. which, and the fine prospect of the rivoer ia) Subscribers-only content

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    SWIMMING. THE INTERNATIONAL WATER POLO MATCH. The seventh annual international water polo match between the chosen representatives of Scotland and England will be decided this even- ing: at the new Westminster Baths, London. In this particular branch of the Subscribers-only content

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    NARROW ESCAPE OF THE DUKE OF RICHMOND. Elgin Tuesday.- While his Grace the Duke. of Richmond and Gordon and party were roe hunting in Euzic Weeds, two gentlemen gomewhat reck- lessly discharged their pieces, with the result that hTs Subscribers-only content

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    FRIGHTFUL LOVE TRAGEDY. MURDER AND STTIfimR A shocking and romantic tragedy occurred at Bed- ford at half-past seven on Tuesday night. Mr Vere, who passed from the Bedford Grammar School into the army, aud was gazetted for foreign service, Subscribers-only content

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    THREE VESSELS FOUNDERED- FIVE MEN DROWNED. The Geneva correspondent of the DaUy Neics, telegraphing on Thursday, says:- Three vessels foundered in a storm on the Lake of Zurich on Monday night, and the crew of one, numbering, so far Subscribers-only content

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    THE ; SOUDAN WAR. POSITION OF CENERAL GORDON. Caiwo, Tuesday. - Lord Wolseley communicates from Dongola a telegram from Major Kitchener to Sir Charles Wilson stating that the former saw a certain Walbeel, who recently arrived from the Arab's Subscribers-only content

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    LIVE STOCK SALES. MESSRS MACDONALD. FRASER, & CO. .\Li-donald, Fraser, & Co., Limited, concludeo their annual two days' sale of home-wintered and Irish cattle, sheep, and cows yesterday with the sale of cattle, cross and half-bred hoggs, blackface ewes, Subscribers-only content

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    and Loss of Six Horses.- On Wednes- day a fire broke out on the farm steading of Mr. Thomas Herdman, Falahill, parish of Fala. The fire waa occasioned by one of the farm-servants, who slept in the stable loft, having Subscribers-only content

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    found in a terribly nveyed to the waiting-room I and brought to Edinburgh iv tbe irivei and stoker of the Falahill engine . a {.onion of the van having -'"-t upon the engine. They fortunately. ho»- -•>■.,..«_ _:ih a few Subscribers-only content

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    are progressing in a fairly satisfactory way at the Waverley Station. Several signalmen employed on the night-shift between Harden-green and Falahill have identified themselves with the strikers, but I the North British officials at head-quarters say That no more have Subscribers-only content

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    as Falahill siding, aud the down line 'tween Falahill and Heriot. The iirst train which lanaged to clear the block was the 1.00 p.m. fast train •om Edinburgh, which under the circumstances was ;opped at every station. At Falahill it Subscribers-only content

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    beyond Hera Station, or he: ween that and Falahill. There all stuck i the snow, as well as some goods trains. A force of su f _ecmen was telegraphed for from Falahill to Gala shie in the course of the Subscribers-only content

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    made) Melrose at 8, Galashiels at 8.7, Bowland Bridge at 8.13, Stow at 8.18, Fountainhall at 825 Heiiot at 8.30, Falahill at 8.32, Tynehead at 8.35, Fushie- bndge at 8.40, Gorebridge at 8.41, Dalhousie at 8.46, Esk-. bank at 8.48, Subscribers-only content

    Star and Evening Advertiser (1788), WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 29 1792

    thFt ;.,; ' urt. On the 2t:: :!. at Iidinbltrgh, Mrs. Barbara Borthviclk, datgghter of the hate Williami Borthwick of Falahill, Efq. and rclidt of the duecalcd Mr. JalCtY Stestart, .allt week (uddetily, at his houfe in Whitcchapel, in the Subscribers-only content

    London Daily Post and General Advertiser, TUESDAY JANUARY 15 1739-40

    as fime Parents have loft.two, others all their Children. Mr. John Brothwick, Writer in Edinburgh, Son to Mr. lloth~wtck of Falahill, is appointed Principal Clerk of the Gencr~l PoftsOfiice in room of Mr.-James Weymels. ' Yelterday Morning died Alexander Wilfon, Subscribers-only content

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