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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Speaker of the House of Commons is staying at Ninewells, Chirnside, lent to him by Mr. E. Marjuri- banks, M.P. A Berwick paper says that the arrival of Mr. Peel at Ninewells was attended by an amusing in- cident. Prior Subscribers-only content

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    .westerly winds, s.ovJ; squalZy, showerv. ISir WILLIA\M iALCOUT is on a visit to the Right Ron. E. MARTomrnAi-ms, at Ninewells, Berwickshire. The Prince of WVAIS and Prince GZoWE of Wales yesterday visited Sir ALGEnMNOW BORTn;WICK at Invercauld, and, took part Subscribers-only content

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    on memoirs of the period. Madame d'Epipay wrote thus of the douce' Scotchman, transplanted suddenly from his quiet iihan'i of Ninewells to the artificial excite- ments of the wits. and philosophers of the Frenchc metropolis. :-&' He appeared to fall Subscribers-only content

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    an overflow ineeting took place in the United Presbyterian Ghurch. At the close of the meeting Mr. Aksrnith d(rove .o Ninewells. the seat of Lord T-e-edmolith, and birthplace of Davidi Htume. Those well-versed in Berw-icishire electoral amatters say that Lord Subscribers-only content

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    St. John~s Chapel, Edinburgh, Mathew Norman Macdonald, Esq., W.S., to Agnes, second daughter of the late Hon. David Hume, of Ninewells, one of the Barons o f her Majesty's JExchequer-On Itho 29th ult., at ioebaptonChapl, Fanci, yonget son of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, N, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    of: in Bothwell's main body (3rd April 1594), p. 526. See Netherey. Nigerson , John "Will": his arms, p. 59. Ninewells , the, Berwick: 477. Nixon (Nyxon, Nickson) "Jenkins" Ady: p. 124. Eddy, of Larestone burne: raid by, p. 356. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    David Hume: an essay biographical and critical., 1860

    and fell in the bloody battle of Verneuil. Hume was a younger son. His brother possessed the small estate of Ninewells , in Berwickshire, which had been in the family for many generations. Being a younger brother, Hume 's patrimony Subscribers-only content

    David Hume: an essay biographical and critical., 1860

    with a not much better reception. These disappointments ' made little or no impression ' upon him. He returned to Ninewells in 1749 , and lived for two years with his brother. Here he composed his ' Political Discourses,' and Subscribers-only content

    Essays moral, political and literary, 1862

    and fell in the bloody battle of Verneuil. Hume was a younger son. His brother possessed the small estate of Ninewells , in Berwickshire, which had been in the family for many generations. Being a younger brother, Hume 's patrimony Subscribers-only content

    Essays moral, political and literary, 1862

    with a not much better reception. These disappointments ' made little or no impression ' upon him. He returned to Ninewells in 1749 , and lived for two years with his brother. Here he composed his ' Political Discourses,' and Subscribers-only content

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