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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    died bileselt it was by his nmeans the body was sooner found, he bring seen firtt. , rAilanciboly accident oc6urretdn'ear Henderland countyof peebles on the 80tfi ult. Three elbildieti of a shepherd on tiat jwarnygoing from their, father's house to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jury, as supple as the judges were prejudiced, the fitness of whipping Mr. Mu ir was actually considered by Lord Henderland, andforbearitigly negatived ! Lord Justice Clerk in his summing up observed, that two things required no proof, the first Subscribers-only content

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    loss again to deplore-no such man is left among us. Lord Murray was the second son of Alexander Murray, of Henderland, Lord of Session and Justiciary, by the daughter of Sir it. Lindsay, Bart., and niece of the first Earl Subscribers-only content

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    about a mile and A half from St. Mary's Loch, and which forms, as we under- stand, the division between Henderland and the property of the Earl of Wemyss. The gold is in small nuggets, some of them resembling flattened Subscribers-only content

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    fit mate for a borderer, and one that might, in the old reivintr days, have p'airsd with Dame Cockburn of Henderland, at Meggst Foot, who, left a desolate widow by the just vensceanco of the King, took her husband's corpse Subscribers-only content

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    Admiral Adam, Mr. Adam, accointant-gene rat of Chancery, Sir George Ballingal, Dr. Abercromby, J. A. Murray, Esq. Mr. Murray, of Henderland, Professor Wilson, Professor Pillans, Professor Napier, Professor Graham, Professor Bell, Dr. Lee, Dr. D. Dickson, Dr. Macknight, Dr. A Subscribers-only content

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    the bench in 1839, having previously received the honour of knighthood. He was the second son of Alexander Marray, of Henderland, Lord of Session end Justiciary, by the daughter of Sir Alexander Lindsay, Bart., of Evelick, and niece of the Subscribers-only content

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    chap ;" nor was he mistaken, for next day Air. B. made a most able defence for Kate, before Lord Henderland, and the result of his exertions was the acquittal of Kate APLean, which seemed very much to gratify the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    during the examination, and at the public meeting were: Lord Dunfermline,Viscount Melgund, M.P., Lord Murray, William Murray, Esq , of Henderland, f Professor Pillans, Bishop Carruthers, Bishop GXile, Rev. e Messres Stothert and Rigg, Adam Black, Esq., J. H. Burton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colonial Secretary for the Island of Ceylon. WHITEHALL, JAN. 2.-The Queen has been pleased to appoint William Murray, Esq., of Henderland, to be one of the Board of Supervision for Relief of the Poor in Scot- land; in the room Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Supervision for the re. lief of the poor in Scotland, in the place of William M. ray, Esq., of Henderland, deceased. The Lord Chancellor has presented the Master of the Temple to the vacant canonry in Rochester Csthedrnl. Count Subscribers-only content

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    THE LATE LORD MURRAY. Lord Murray, the last of the remarkable coterie of Scotch lawyers whose fame has gone forth over all the world, was the John Archibald Murray who was so beloved by Horner, and by a multitude Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fa- mily, in apparently good health. - At Edinburgh, on the 12th inst. Miss Murray, daughter of the late Lord Henderland. - On the 13th inst. at Reading, Berkshire, in his 58th year, Peier Guillemard, Esq. late of Hackney.- At Subscribers-only content

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    the bench in 1839, having previously received the honour of knighthood. He was the second son of Alexander Murray, of Henderland, Lord of Session and Justiciary, by the daughter of Sir Alex- ander Lindsay, Bart., of Evelick, and niece of Subscribers-only content

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    was brought into Parliament during last session. The Right Hon. the Earl of Rosebery occupied the chair. Mr Murray of Henderland moved (he first resolution, to the effect, that a hill of the kind above mentioned should be brought into Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE INFIRMARY. Some time ago, when Miss Penny, the Matron, was summarily dismissed from her position as Matron of the Infirmary, she wrote a letter, which appeared in our daily contemporary. That letter contained a sentence which struck us Subscribers-only content

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    SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS AT DUNDEE. KINQ WILLIAM DOCK. Aug. 9- Dart, S4, Lawrie, Newcastle, coals. EARL GREY SOCK. Aug. 9- Rose (a), 17S, Potter, Amble, coals. DEPARTURES FROM DUNDEE. Aug. 9 - Florence (s.), Ecclesfield, Fraserburgh, empty ; Marshal Subscribers-only content

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    rnntod and PnMjahaa I^oaoteii^^^ I %: _»* C. THOMSON. anITSZ, tLSTg^ Subscribers-only content

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    BRUTAL ASSAULT ON A WOMAN. Before .Sheriff Campbell Smith in Dundee Sheriff Court yesterday, Jane Spelmau and James Mac- donald, a bricklayer, were charged with assault, aggravated on the part of the latter by previous convictions. Tiie libel set Subscribers-only content

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    THE IKJSH STATE TRIAL* Dcbliji, Thursday g^ Long before eleven o'clock this uiornius • Court of (Queen's Bench was thronged, and », the audience was a large number of ladies, trial draws to a close, considerable ejcitem * manifested Subscribers-only content

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