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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (chtice. Partioculars aP -to dutiecs emoleucenitn, &r., may he fcari from v, the Secretary, Icir. II. Mauarghlt. I, Lorne Trerrace, Abbeyhill, el lI-dickinccxg, uvith wirom applications and testhimonials require to be lodges) on or ben!ocai the 1st Janei, 18815 694 Subscribers-only content

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    12 Mr. H3oratio Bettoiloy's Berners BRktho a 10 12 lir. Horatio Bottomloy's Rigo BMtmho 10 12 Mr. J. C. KirL's Abbeyhill Furat 10 12 Major J. A. Orr-Ewing's Carrickheg Aspiocuil a 1012 Mr. 1'hilbeach's Ferryman W. IEltCy 10 12 Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Balcersho. Mrs R. Lowe, do. Mrs Playfair, Banchory. Mrs Boyd, do. Mrs Gordon. Beechwood Villa Mrs Wallace, Hillgarden. Mrs Goodlet, Abbeyhill. Miss Whitson, Coupar Angus. Mrs Buttar, Corston. Misses M'Laren, Pleasance. Mrs Torry. Coupar Angus. Misses Lowe, Coupar Angus. Mrs Subscribers-only content

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    LITERATURE. Baxscraio: Episodes ix the Life of __. Scottish Vjxlaqe. By Gabriel Setock. London : John Murray. - Of late yeara a class of writers have sprung up who draw their inspiration from local history and the everyday life Subscribers-only content

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    PARLIABfENT. HOUSE OF LORDS- Thursday. The Lord Chancellor took his seat on the wool- sack at a quarter-past four. In reply to the Marquis of Lansdowne, Lord REAY communicated a telegram received from the Viceroy giving the result of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ®k JDtm&ee Courier ' AND ARGUS. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY."" TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1888. (ESTABLISHED 1516.) No. 10,819. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROYAL NAVAL RESERVISTS. DUNDEE MEN OFFER THEIR SERVICES It is not generally known that that useful section of our country's defenders, the Royal Naval Reserves, have offered their cervices in South Africa. Thirteen men of the de- tachment belonging Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sharks. - During the last two summers visitors to our coasts have been scared by incur- ions of sharks, which were duly chronicled iv the newspapers. On the strength af this I have ventured in both in- stances to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LETTER TO THE EDITOR. . , . Sib,- Standing upon one of the London bridges we I observe the current of the Thames reverted, aad the water poured upward twice a-day. The water thus moved rubs against the river's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE DEFENCES OF GREAT BRITAIN. The controversy as to tlie possibilities of a successful invasion and conquest of the British Isles remains the sensation of the hour in naval and military circles. All round tlie talk is of raising Subscribers-only content

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    A warrant has been issued for the apprehension of : Michael Mayer, collector for the Corporation of Burnley, on a charge of embezzlement. The Rev. \\\ H. Bateson, D.D., master of St John's College, Cambridge, died yesterday morning : Subscribers-only content

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    PETERHEAD. Herring Enoaoements.- A considerable cumber of engagements for the ensuing herring fishing have been made by the fishcurers at Peterhead. The terms are generally 20s per cran of herrings, with from £18 to £24, and in a few Subscribers-only content

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    LOVE TRAGEDY IN BERWICK- SHIRE. FARMER MURDERS HIS SWEETHEART AND COMMITS SUICIDE. The town of Eyemouth was startled yesterday by the announcement of the death under tragic cir- cumstances of two persons well known in the dis» trict. For Subscribers-only content

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    chess. BRADFORD V. FERTHSHIRFa. Play in tins important chess tcsiruument, which engrossed the attention of eighty players during last winter, has been completed for some time, but owing to certain mutters having to be settled by the secretaries the Subscribers-only content

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    Jbretcpi SlateUigciicCe RUSSIA AND TURKEY The new conscription has excited great discontent at ."Moscow and in its neighbourhood. The levy will with- draw about 300.000 serfs from productive labour ; and, in addition to this, another arbitrary decree reduces Subscribers-only content

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    NEW YORK POTATO MARKET. [From Ocr Own Correspondent. ) New York, Octoljer 26, 1885. Potatoes are in liberal supply. Trade in moderate, and stock is accumulating, though prices are low and favouring buyers. Com- paratively few sales reach 91 Subscribers-only content

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    A telegram, dated Cairo, Saturday, says the con- dition of the Egyptian Pi emier Mustapha Fehmi Pasha has become precarious. Mcrdeb Charge Against a Woman. - Mary Ward, a single woman, is in custody at Liverpool on a charge Subscribers-only content

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    ■■ ■ ■» _____ MAIL AND STEAMSHIP NEWS. The Mongolian left Liverpool for Quebec, 3d Sept. Th» Bothnia left Liverpool for Boston, 3d Sept. Tho Scotsman left Liverpool for Quet>ec. 3d Sept The Nomadic left Liver, liool for New Subscribers-only content

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    MONETARY & COMMERCIAL. Thursday Evening The Bank rate remains unaltered. There was a moderate demand for money, at late rates. £120,000 was withdrawn from the Bank, and is said to be for Germany. On the London Stock Exchange, to-day, Subscribers-only content

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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE MARITIMB EXTRACTS. Ferry Queen, at Liverpool from Pomaron. 4th mat Dantzic, at Cardiff from Glo'ster, 3d inst. Mary Hardie, at Grangemouth from Dieppe, 3d inst. Olivshranch, Pickering, left Hartlepool for Brunshaaaen, 3d mat leases, left Inverksithing tor Subscribers-only content

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