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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    18, T George Wtrest, Edinburgh. on FRIDAY NEXT, the -th nay of Septenmber.at 1 'cualoekaiternsoir-thiesvell-arraiugodandrecently- erected BPREIvERY. at Comely Gardens, Abbeyhill. Edinburgh, an nreviously advertised. To ensure competition tire upset price has been fixed at ;ell,800. l articulars may be Subscribers-only content

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    (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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    charge of aD Midland man. In n ordinary circuinstences the local traffic is carried round by eC a loop-line from Abbeyhill station, but this loop since h the strike has baen. closed to mosc of the trainis. Yesterday Ls morning Subscribers-only content

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    canl be eapectod to be resinn,,. Before going hack to St. Margaret's works, the' menz assemabled in. the Temperance Hall, Abbeyhill, to the numaber of :300, andl were addressed by Mr. Harford. Mkr.- Mafordl saidl he was 'very pleased to Subscribers-only content

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    M/1ISCELLANEOTTS. The filigt lion. S. Walpole arrived in town on SatsirdIIA, horn Cambridge. Th~e directors of the Midland lBailwasy have pro- hibited thle sale of cigrirs at all the refreshurent roomlsiupon their s~stein. 'Alto Upiifrd Stn fee 6'rrzeltr states, Subscribers-only content

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    Steveneon, joiner and builder. Annandale-street-lane. Edinburgh Hf ugh iackenzie, farmer. Mains of I lowerburn, count3 of Ross Thee. Macther, ginger, Abbeyhill, Edinburgh Jas. Mnlfeath, weaver end merchant, Prince~se-rtreeb, Thurso Ifobert Campbell, irenonu ger, Ja, Grxasanoarket, Edinburgh Robert henton, w riter. Subscribers-only content

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    aged----------------------....Owner 2 11 9itrwansI~alo .....--------------------Matspeaes 01 119 M1r Toner's Yorkmsint. S yrs------------------....M Gordon 6 11 9 Mar J. C. Sirx's Abbeyhill, for;-----------.. ..Armstrong 0 Winner trained by W. Loader, Wrougzhton. Bettinig: 5 00 4 en Yorkrniint, 3 to I azst Subscribers-only content

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    the regiment played the. National Anthem. The Iprocession, which was similar to that of former )yeai, proceeded by way of Abbeyhill" Regent Road. Waterloo Place, North Bridge, and iLgh Street, to St. Giles', the route being lined by sol- diers. Subscribers-only content

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    detained them till they \3t were too late. i Another gentleman, who we.s to ul. have joined the train at Abbeyhill station, WAS an, curiously saved by the Interference of his wife; his '(g. better half, thinking It wasr dangerous Subscribers-only content

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    (in 7iii ox,.) Archer 9 2 Mr. J. Is. Dugdaile's Sulks, 4 Clement a 6 11 M1r. 'IV'. Hf. Palmer's Abbeyhill, 3 Kirk 8 10 Mr. J. Hstrmonoqd's 01MNeil, 5 0. Peck] 6 9 Mxr. J. A. 'Miller's 'Ba-doo ,4 Subscribers-only content

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    'Hoboken's Lady Tiny, 3 Private n a 7 11 Captain Machell's Swarde, 3 Jewit 7 11 rMr. W. 'B. Palmer's Abbeyhill, 3 Kirk t 2 - 30-IFIELD SELLING PLATE of 100 sovs,; two-yeats-oli 7sVt Mh, three 9st 51i, four and 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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    4 J. G. Elsey 10 7 Nr. P. k. Guest's Ealcham, 4 G. Chaloner I10 7 Mr. J. C. Kirk's Abbeyhill. 4 Kirk a 10 7 MIr. T. Leader's Irnog's Head, 4 WV. Leader 10 7 Mr. C. S. Newvton's Subscribers-only content

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    Antglieni laist, Along the ba~ck stretch Josephus be- Caine second end York-mint third. Three fences from boean York-mint fell, and Abbeyhill ref esed, and Magic, Lantern cook close order with Greystotie Il., andJ guttieg the best of it ini the Subscribers-only content

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    C hesterton, 4,10 3 (G. Williamson) .... 1 Mr. Tabor's Aberfoyle, 4, 10 3 (R. Springham) ...... 2 Mr. Kirk's Abbeyhill, 5, 11 3 (G. Armstrong) ............ 3 Also ran-Induna, Wag Eldridge, Dargai, Horse Chest- nut, Pleader. (Race started at Subscribers-only content

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    Gorham's Duello, 5 - Pition 11 9 Mr. G. Juke's Nat Gould, 5 Private 11 9 Mr. J. C. Kirk's Abbeyhill, S Kirk. 11 9 Mr. T. Leader's King's Hesd,> S T. Leader 11 9 Capt. Eustace Loder's Sitria, 56 Subscribers-only content

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    de Bathe's Cestlehead, 5 Privrte a 11 9 Mr. A. Gorhin's Duello, 5 Fitton 11 9 Mr. J. C. Kirk's Abbeyhill, S Lirk I-30-I-RURTPIERPOiNT SELLING HANmDI- CAP HUIRDLE RACE of 40 sovs; the winner to be sold for 50 sans. Subscribers-only content

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    (Mr. L. Gower)-1.. Also ran-Hornpipe, Abbeyhill. (Race started at 1-5. Wfinnier trained privately,) Betting-S to 2 on True Blue, it to 2 agst Abbeyhill, 10 to 1 agpt Horupipe, True Blue completed the course alone, Abbeyhill refusing, and Hornpipe was Subscribers-only content

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    The Soarer , a Collinsa 11 11 M r. A. Tates' Cucumber, S Swatton. 11 4 Mr. J. C. Kirk's Abbeyhill. S Whitfield i 4 Miss P. H. Norris' Clooidalkin, S Malone 11 4Mr. E. J. Rose's. Pungent, S MO~ie Subscribers-only content

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    Van John, 6 Swatton 11 8 Capt. Sir Keith Fraser's tonog Hussar, 5 Escott 11 8 Mr. J C. Kirk's Abbeyhill, 5 I'isatfield 11 8 Miss F E. Norris's Clondalkin, 5 3talone 11 8 3Sr. A. Yates's Poll Tax, 5 Subscribers-only content

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