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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARRIED. Ott the 4th inst. Lady Isabella Erskine, second daughter of the Earl of Bloohan, to John Gordon, Esq., of Aitkenhead. T'he reeantry on the noble earl's estates ot Strathbrock and Kirkhill lebrated the happy event by ditring to *ether. Subscribers-only content

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    Robert Fitton. Silver Grey Cockerel.-i Herbert Reeves; 2, Robert Piston; 3i, IHterbert Reeves. Silver Grey Pullet.-1, Herbert coaeves; 2, Chas. Aitkenhead, Seahana Harbour; 3. Robert Fitton. Ba-lhms and Coohin.-Brahma Oock-l and 3, Arthur 1. Ward; 2, G. W. Henshall, Urmston, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the 'H6ly &e is unshaken. A BOTEL.xLEPRB FINED £1020-At a Glasgow Justice of Peace Court, held on Thursday, Robert Aitkenhead was charged befo, e Messrs. Miller and Cuoliffe with having, in tbe Alexandra Hotel, 110, Bath Street, Glasgow, on Subscribers-only content

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    ECCLESIASTICAL. DUNDEE ESTABLISHED PRESBYTERY. The monthly meeting of the Dundee Established Presbytery was held in the hall of St Enoch's Established Church yesterday- Rev. J. M. Campbell, moderator. ELECTION Or MODERATOR. Rev. N. K. Mackenzie, Longforgan, was ap- pointed Subscribers-only content

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    BOATING DISASTER AT NEW YORK* Nkw Yoek, Sunday (Renter).- A boating fatality, attributed to overcrowding, occurred yesterday in New York Bay. Ten persons were drowned. THE MATABELE WAR. EXPECTED CAPTURE OF LOBENGULA Cape Town, Saturday (Reuter).- lt is under- Subscribers-only content

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    BODY FOUND AT ABERDEEN HARBOUR. On Thursday a man's body, identified as that of Ro'iert Alexander VaPutinf (53i, labourer, who resides at 'M Portland S reet, was found in the Aberdeen Harbour. The deceased was in the emp'oyn^ent of Subscribers-only content

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    lIER MAJESTYS THEATRE. MR TEA Rid-: IN VIRGIN-US. Laat night Mr Osmond Tearle and hi** Company played James Sheridan Knowles' poetic tragedy " V irginiu.**." It was m 1820 that this trasre ly was first pro- duced at Covent Subscribers-only content

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    TI.E LATE JOHN RUSKIN. The remains of the Late .Tohn Rnskin were con- sign, d to their last resting-place at Coniston \es.erday. Over a hundred floral token** had h**en sent in token of remembrance and sympathy. ' Wreath*, wr-re Subscribers-only content

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    MR BRIGHT AND FAIR TRADE. Whoever may go wrong on the subject of Free Trade it is not to be supposed for a moment that Mr Bright will do ao. It ia with the Free Trade policy that iv Subscribers-only content

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    MONTROSK ASYLUM AND INFIRMARY BOARD. DU I'ODD-.' SALAKV. The monthly meeting was held yesterday-Pro- vost Scott presiding. Dr Howden reported that during tlie month there had been 11 patients ad- mitted into the Asylum, that! hail been discharged, that Subscribers-only content

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    The prepaid • harge for inserting in the Cou -■• A 4. notice of Birth or Death nht cXi eeiluig .7 won-. .> .» and tni for each uiditional ' words. The charge for t notice of Marriage n..t Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE AND ST ANDREWS UNIVERSITY. THE AFFILIATION DISPUTE ACTION IN COURT OF SESSION In the Court of Session yesterday Lord Stor- month Darling closed the record in the action by John M'Gregor, Provost of St Andrews; the Rev. Dr Subscribers-only content

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    OUR LONDON LETTER. IRISH THEATRICALS IN THE COMMONS. SUSPENSION OF FOUR MEMBERS. FORTHCOMING FASHIONABLE MARRIAGE. LOCHEARNHEAD RAILWAY COMMITTEE. DUNDEE CORPORATION BILL. [By Courier Special Wire.] 57 Flekt Strkkt. E.C, Friday Evenincr. We have had an effective" melodrama with a Subscribers-only content

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    The prepaid rharge for inserting announcement of Birth or 1 I ' notice, not exceeding 27 words is la additiouul9 words. *■ Tt* charge for a notice of Marriage not ■ v ■ i»&6d, and 6d for each additioi Subscribers-only content

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    FOOTBALL. _i [»- -ji : M l' Wi v' \v C V^ lc r Cu,lcn : "S- Nana,,, hi. ' ;' •• M .-. Malo - v -and Crossan • X AhSg "^ ,n - > lart "!- M-Mal.on,2nd Subscribers-only content

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    Zbe IDunbee Courier. LARGEST MORNIN I CIRCULATION ■ OHNOEE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1895. Subscribers-only content

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    0 PERSON MURDERED. Tuesday (Reuter). - Hermann P^**". local shopkeeper, and his sister, a ,'i Huck, were sentenced to death , i.- murder, by poisoning, of the male Anson-* were also accused of * : . similar fashion, six Subscribers-only content

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    EDINBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE. Edinburgh. Saturday. _-_..!-•. r i •. _n done. Uiiy-T-. Sell rs. Caledonian Def, - 47 47* 1 0.i.10u. Chatham, k Dover, 5 . 2J4 Vorth British. -"i '"£ North-Ea-ft-ero *.' Deb , 1' A, Cal. (\>n. Subscribers-only content

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