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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Domfries, farmer, March ll, Drimfries Gilmour J., GleEgow, prevision dealer, March 11, Glasgow Jardine J. B. and B., untfries, joiners, March 12, Dumfries MINaught J. C., Glasgow, wine merchant, March 14, Glasgow Shisel D. and J., Garvald, March 8, Haddnugton Subscribers-only content

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    to the public. One of these is the contemplated railway in connection with the North British system. from Ormiston to Garvald, by way of Gifford Not merely the angler, but every other lover of the beautiful, will hail this promise Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Brady, Anftimi sold ten two-year-old Irish stots at £10 I 's Od, with a luoelpenny back. Mr. John Christie, Garvald, Denny, sold seven Ayrshire queys, rising three-year-old, at XS a piece. Twenty-four two-year-old North Highland stots were sold at Subscribers-only content

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    f On Thursday, while Dr. Bonthron, of Wed Linton, d Peebleshire, was being driven along the read leading It from Garvald to the railway station at Dolphinton, ,he was attacked by a swarm of bees, apparently newly o "cast-off," and Subscribers-only content

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    Adelaido Jane,seconddough- teref S. itioddock, Easq, HM.S,Itodney. FULTON-IiERR.-Marchl 16, at Paisley, by the Rev. X. Thomsot, the Rev. J. Fulton, Garvald, to Margaret, second daughter of cite late B; Reerr, Esq.. Paisley. LAINSG-XSItiR.-arcl, 15. at Paisley, by the R1ev. J. Subscribers-only content

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    11. t, South Wilts hounds, Monday, Redway Gate Longleat; to Friday, French Horn-at 11. a. Linlithgow and Stirlingshire hounds, Tuesday, Garvald l Foot; Friday, Auchinlochan; Saturday, Kersewell House 11 -at half-past 10. is Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire hounds, Tuesday, Hillend 1 Subscribers-only content

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    up. Attack by Bees.-O.i Thursday, while Dr Bonturon o. West Linton, Peebleshire, was being duven along tLe roa leading from Garvald to tlie railway station at Dolpniutou, u« was attacked by a swarm of bees, apparently newly - " cast-on Subscribers-only content

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    Sangster, of Garvald. who. wlien a young man. had tutored the Yester family, and had given bo much satisfaction to the Marqnis that his lordship promised him the first vacant parish within the sphere of his influence. " Garvald became Subscribers-only content

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    not these alone. He was possessed by a fierce desire to prevent his cousiu, Rodney Garvald, from coining into the family estate. This Rodney Garvald was au unmitigated scamp, who by his rascally conduct had meriteel Mr Wilton's hatred and Subscribers-only content

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    olds, at L.12 a-piece. A lot of North Highland stots, six quarters old, sold at L.6 each. Mr John Christie, Garvald, Denny, sold 7 Ayrshire queys, rising three-years old, at L.B a-piece. Mr Jones, flesher, Falkirk, bought a lot of Subscribers-only content

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    to Death. - A melan- choly and fatal accident occurred on Thursday afternoon, at Chesters farm, on the Haddington and Garvald Road, by which a young woman, named Isabella Zorston, the member of a respectable and intelligent working family, was Subscribers-only content

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    „ Do, St David's Church. (No return.) Wallacetown Church. (No return.) FREE CHURCH. St John's. • ("Rev. Rotert M. Webster, Garvald; Fast Day- < „ J. Milne, Perth ; t „ Mr Webster. Saturday- Rev. D. Wilson, Fullarton. Sabbath- „ Subscribers-only content

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    Broughty Ferry. Sabbath- „ D. Stewart, Strathkiunes. Monday- „ William Bell, Newburgh. FREE CHURCH. St John's. (Rev. Rolert M. Webster, Garvald ; Fast Day- < „ J. Milne, Perth ; I „ Mr Webster. Saturday - Rev. D. Wilson, Fullarton. Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTH*. At 45 Wateou Street, Da.xlec. on tbe I lab i***.. tbe wife uf George A. Vmce, -.hip mtimtmt, ..»." Astuti Hall, o( a daughter. At Lahore, i'uujab, larii .». oa the ..1st *.-.. wife of K« **rd Pietcy Subscribers-only content

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    THE POLITICAL LIBEL ACTION. ONE FARTHING DAMAGES. The nctim of iiugbes r. Merritt and others for libel iv connection with the representation of Or. enwich and the City of London was concluded hi the -Jneeu's Bencli I »ivision yesterday, Subscribers-only content

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    AN OLD MAN OF SEVENTY SEN- TENCED TO DEATH. At Ipswich Assizes yesterday, Jonas Rivett, aged 71, labourer, was sentenced to death for the murder of Henry Bakei in Kenninghall Workhouse. Subscribers-only content

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    Zhe Bunbee Courier. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 12, 188f. Subscribers-only content

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    OUR LONDON LETTER, IRISH REPRESENTATION THE GOVERNMENT'S DECISION. LORD SWANSEA RESTLESS 57 Fleet Street, E.C., Monday Evening. The House of Commons met to-day m _ome expectation of an announcement about the final structure of the ninth clause of the Subscribers-only content

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    Ot'TtJOlNfl AMKItICAN MAILS. Letters mailed ill Dundee oel.no 1 "- I.iio I'.tn.. In. yu .-n.t..»u, lie. *o. ith. i.iotoa .l.o.iMhea.l.b.- «*:- pei .t,. Tntaiay, Ant. I. s.,ree Wc.lnea.liv, Auj;. 1. Maiol.c. Tb-.5,.«e seawtally .wci.p.« ,u...i * t.. .„*„ .„ Subscribers-only content

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    BOOT STRIKE DIS- TURBANCES. p..re As**ncia'ion says several violent scenes I ■- tin* Kast End of Loudon yesterday iv )Cl " J '' . ',',' »:t!i the bout strike. In one instance v ' ' i women carrying bund Subscribers-only content

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