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    Acts, 1752

    elder. From the Presbytery of Kelso, Mr Thomas Pollock at Ednam, Mr William Walker at Mackerston, ministers; John Dawson of Harpertoun, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Judburgh, Mr James Winchester at Jedburgh, Mr James Simson at Wilton, Mr Alexander British History Online

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    was rescued but is in a hopeless condition. A boy named Dodds, living with his parents at the farm at Harpertoun, near Kelso, died on Friday, manifesting all the symptoms of hydrophobia. Hle had been bitten a wesk ago by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    sexes were treated to a substantial dinner in the small echoelroom-the Rev. Mr. Cairns in the chair, with Mr. Hardy, Harpertoun, as croupier. The old people seemed to thoroughly enjoy their treat. At eight o'clock in the evening fully 2uO Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Electors of the county of Roxburgh." The Chairman gave " Prosperity to the good town of Kelso."- (Cheers.) Mr. Rokf.rton. Harpertoun, proposed " Thp Bucclpuch Hunt, and may it long continue to contribute to the amuse- ment of thecounty of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    could t__m.i_.__* T _* Jrrwnt of your trade and capital. Hi. Lordihlp concluded amid great applau... lutton GBORQK Roberton > Harpertoun, seconded the reso- resoSn f^"** E '\' J«vi.woode, moved the third e__irv for r do ' ngBohe fel " Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ; i Jerdan, of Grange; Mr. Broomfielel, Dunchurch (factor for Lord John Scott) ; Mr. Turnbull, Crooks ; Mr. Roberton, Harpertoun; Mr. Hogarth, Tofts; Mr. Roberton, Ladyrig ; Mr. Elliot, Galalaw ; Mr. Dodd, Mossburnford ; Mr. Short- reed Elliot, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Springwells 4 10 0 Mr. Oliver, Lochside 8 7 0" M . Peake, Craigeud half-bred) 6 5 5 Mr. Robeiion, Harpertoun 8 2 6 Mr. Cunningham, Middleheld 6 2 6 Mr. Bry den, Netherbarns 6 4 0 Mr. Elliot, Galalaw Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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