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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Reid, Esq. of Lionsdown, Herts, to the Hon. Caroline Napier, youngest daugite of the late Right Hon. Lord Napier. At Airth, on thg 25th ult. James Easton, aged 89, to Fanny IvIacnicol, aged 5ai both of the parish of Larbert. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    death of Paer. - Sir and BIrs Bishop and Sir William Scott, BarL, have withdrawn all further claim to the Airth peerage. i Mr Barclay Allardice is now the only claimant, - Lisut -General Sir Richard DuwnesJacksonK.C.HBe Colonel of the Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. THE VOLUI~tEhl RIFLE MOVE.MENT. NEWCASTLE-UJNDFMi.LYME. The inhabitant S of this borough have hitherto kept aloof from the volunteer-m'ovemefiti but a requisition, signed by the Rector of Newcastle, the Incumbent of St. George's, and fifty of the leading Subscribers-only content

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    rf t VCHBO " TT4AL. On Saturday Mr, Hawkins resuxpe4 Isis address inl this cii.fie said: i no d'bto ePAR e5hteet to at vej opeiht esicsond~e, wichi will axiterward be Susie veory st~igfitlre olo yourl eronsi~lerstioni. Afthc'r iat t Subscribers-only content

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    TRADESMEMS ADDRESSES. T HE E U G E N I B," N'Z" AN0D UNI7A.1ILED SINGLE-THREAD HAND SEWING MIACHINE, Price, with Tools completc, M3. 3s. wtith St-4ua and Treadle. fros 21s. extra. MAr';V. 1r1c-gill AND r-T-TrSgTcS BY THE ROYAL SEWVING Subscribers-only content

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    as well for the magistrate and the Lord Mayor ii ihey had taken the child's testimony for what it eni Airth. There have beeom some frightful cases .EIierjuty lately amongst people who 0have been }:ceupul in divinity, and it is Subscribers-only content

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    mes lined 4I)s aInel 003t;l .Joliii BOeynnI, NEIVtown 1-low, wrazi fined iIs. and cogtt: amnl HIienry Wviggin. leb- ield ';quare, Airth ih ). Tottoilinsan,-Lonlnhrd Street, Joel Merritt, Legge Stroet, Tho'mns I'iggott, AVestein 1lood, George 1. .Johnstone, Northalpton Street, (1o-ge Louis Subscribers-only content

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    Porcen ~)JU OPERETfTA . 'HOUSE.-THIRTIY-NINTH f) PErRFORMANCE, TO-NIGHT, at MOMh sharp, otf Mr. CHIAR~LES DU-VAL. tire Eminent Mimic Humorist and Airth ror Apprc in his Wocid-faruous Monnlogue Entertainment, " ODDS AN'D Al 1;N"lS." Boo Dt'.VAL'S Marvelloun Changes of Character I Subscribers-only content

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    Pth I 71 N VS. -Poliirrr id Bod Rloomi, comuiortable, oIno or l tino6. ti Coln fripado, dluil-oguot.-87, Wilson Ilniol, Airth PA [MI ,N I'S (siuperior) for two flrdlniOieiito)i A nuat liairri l~tipi Station. - .tplily', AshmOout, Lan rgley Road. Subscribers-only content

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    it will be brought witb the idea of damaging Mr. Parnell. TRP LE MURDER AND SUICIDE: BY 'A MINISTEltS WIFE. .Airth, a quiet village on the south bank of the Forth, situated about six miles north of Faliirk, was ou Subscribers-only content

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    Towers, oi Birkenhead, one of the oldest - ministers connected with the Presbyterian. Church of England. Deceased was born at Airth, near Falkirk, in 1808. He has more than once been Moderator of the English Presbyterian Synod. In reference to Subscribers-only content

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    . kE sKE~t'~ BIRT returns V .115llt1~~ ibeal liilli'gcfieit he has received for tbt ~. occupied Ie above lxiii, anid livi1 ' Cit le t~eiithe I Intel, iwhre assiduiy to t l etitolrtsatid ac- ,~cteo ;chise neyion~t'hih with avisit Subscribers-only content

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    Afri;-aii disotierv. I left ~'eiitnga Eym oon tle With o,' 1March, atd ttreiird AtL Baladory tn it( tHe illt cif Airth, fltte tttL brett allicei foor emoriheatid fire ittiu-O y c In it atetingy, 'wiich i urge cltiv lamlhp, a Subscribers-only content

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    tie u AIiit l)t olliCt MENI.tlterf the-i DIcElWNlG'I1iC i-ai, 'i/c reto pljuil/iii-I i2'Iie-'fA Sitt'io Oh efMUS, ittC.id Whic Il 3t Airth 11tiei i'd m 1111e inlXi ctllIi: tot ifg tlt ,Wveetti ~ b5Iilte tioc cc ltth e hill. 'Shry atut!,IIi Subscribers-only content

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    it.il. T. I :lE t, thu litito~e il Mr. Crik h ii lrii (CIP( SI' 01' LAND), ii, 13o'xling Liane,, iltb A , thiii left I i iir i p1 thll. T ulO lpii~ I' o,1. it A lllt Subscribers-only content

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    at Dtncoastcr, by the Rev. Dr. Sictt'ra, vclar. nfr. GcOrge I] a1itui otti, of tiis towni, ilix spitltllr, to Uiiriacia;t Airth dtugihter or the late Ar.. niicl. atnitinga, of ite 1,cvIqlS, car Thirnio. Sattie ily, at thel parishl ebticllt, ilalifax) Subscribers-only content

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    Henry Moss, belonging to Kincardine, was found dead near Bar. the village of Airth. He lett Grangemouth the preceding evening, and was seen about eight o'clock Rear Airth, on his way back, much intoxicated. He was never seen alive 152. Subscribers-only content

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    W~rfif I't1-. crL(EXERAL DEBILVIY, aed all SCtROFib UIOUS Flerce AFP>F CTItNS. ~urprli relatit (spinionenf A. B. GROeNYiLLE, IEeq., SD., F.11.8,, Airth or of " The Silas of G ori1tetiy. " The Sp3a of Englaeid," Ott Seiud!u Death,` &c. Sic. &cc. Subscribers-only content

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    oue of the oldest rilniSters cOn- i necieti with the Presbyteinan Chnrch of ELngland. '3lhe deceased genrtlemaun was borr. at Airth, neur Falkirk, ill 1811, his father being a farner. Acter leavinig Glasgow Unliversity, he was appointed rinister or the Subscribers-only content

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    rj1T CTE Vlla I~~idncsLand, Houses, ~t~ 0i~t1'tli5,C~i olir roeryto be LETt, SOLD), or -w g' --I the IST c-r IA~tCI toIsowreeday. al~ in be ilb- Cow tr el Oplic~t~ll iltae olice, 1,Part-row, Lee a.-SrI. ~be ADIF of eedsandNeighbourhoocd. ptnis Subscribers-only content

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