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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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    those present were Alderman GC. B. Lloyd, Councillor S. Lloyd, Councillor Jones, the Revds. J. Jenkyn Brown, Nicolas Knight, - Aitkenhead, and J. E. Mkloon, and Messrs. C. H. Rafter (Chief Constable), J. D. Wilson, C. Lean, Ewen Harper, E. Subscribers-only content

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    London, liceneed virmcrt Peaeron, and Eons, London, rectifyumg distillers S -. ; SCOTCH BANKIRUPTS... (From last stiht'u Edinburghc Garotte.) Alexaeder Aitkenhead, storekeeper, Glasgow James Portqous, grocer, Bigger. Alexander Taylor and Sens. hosiers and flag makers, Musgw William OChibholm. farmer, North- 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

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    and closed in demand. SHIPPING NEWS. \VIN D-SE. Sri'ed fromn this port on the Q2n'I inst., ThM Accihe rtal Star, Aitkenhead, for Ardrossan. 'Ihe Ait. tio (~.), Liney, ftcr I1riit 1. 'i'e Jothn Ewill, PBryce, fir Iarlington. The Avrslirt taws, Subscribers-only content

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    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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    Francis; Macara-Fnimnie. Charles John. I Cla.sic.-Virst Rink-MuTphv. licluard Bayly; Sealy, Jao.; Copicnger, Woliamla Frederikk. Second lvank-Snu1tl, Itayciond Aquila; Doig, W'illiani Aitkenhead. Logics--Clc4 link-Treaiior, VWilliamt N icior; Smith, ller. bert G-aimfort; Fbemnriv. liobert John; Cupinger, Wmr. Frederick; Beray, Dalid; Dc Coouroey, Subscribers-only content

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    and Mr. Just. Le Blanc T BANKRUPTS. < pesdat, Jane 22. J. Coleby, Hempstead, Norfolk, fcc-i nt '~* W - Aitkenhead, St. JamesVMarket, ale- „: ■"•int.-V, . Stephens, Abchurcli-lane.oyster- dealer. p. t L -\ n r ore > LiverpooL merchant-J. Subscribers-only content

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    and certain rnic for flic guidance of tile sheen " • - MaRkIEB.- On the 4th instant, John Gordon, Esq Aitkenhead, to Lady Isabella Er^kine, second J -.. ■ "••' ' , the Earl of Buchan. Died. - Last week, Subscribers-only content

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    R. Macgregor, Leith, auctioneer. J. Currie, Lanark, messenger at arms. R. Strachan, Kirkliston, maltster. W. Paterson, New Sanchie, grocer. A. Aitkenhead, Patrick, victualler. A. Cousland, Glasgow, wireworker. From Friday's Gazette, Aug. 4, 1843. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Marshall and Clark, Curzon street, Subscribers-only content

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    POACHERS.- On Sunday morning, about half-past two o'clock, James Mitchell, gamekeeper to Mr. Gordon, of Aitkenhead, who was severely assaulted on Crawfoot Road, near Aitkenhead, on Monday last, died from the effects of the injuries he had received. The poor Subscribers-only content

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    " The Landed Interests and the Tenantry of Scot- land." " The Commercial and Manufacturing Interests." " Mr. Gordon, of Aitkenhead, and thanks to him for the generous use of his property for the erection vf the Pavilion." " The Subscribers-only content

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    on Saturday. The John Williamson, s, Pur ve3, left Genoa for Palomares on Friday ; all well. The Bedford, s, Aitkenhead, passed Gibraltar on Friday morning for Bombay ; all well. The Albula, s, Clark, left fort Said for Aden, Subscribers-only content

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    3.^4 Stockton 3 3<j >( Whitby 3.14 Banderland| -2 51 " The Tyne 2.49 " MARITIME NOTES- The Bedford s, Aitkenhead, coaled at Galle, and proceeded f>r P- rt Said on the 7th inst. The Inchclutha s, Giiifiths, left Galle Subscribers-only content

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    on the ISth inst. The Wilham Dickinson s, Toms, arrived at Ran- ;oen on the 17th inst. The Bedford s, Aitkenhead, arrived, coaled, and Droceeded from Aden yesterday, lath inst. I ..The Whickham s, Scott, from Cardiff, arrived at incona Subscribers-only content

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    on the 27th inst. The Robert Stephenson brig, Madgson, left Liverpool ou Wednesday afternoon for the Tyne. ihe Bedford s, Aitkenhead, arrived, coaled and proceeded from Port Said for Copenhagen yesterday. The Livadia s, Twaita, left Suez for Bombay on Subscribers-only content

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    The Robert Ingham s, Robertson, left Malta for i almouth for orders on Monday morning ; all The Bedford s, Aitkenhead, passed Gibraltar for Copenhagen on Sunday afternoon ; al: well. The John Williamson s, Purvis, passed Dover for Genoa Subscribers-only content

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    inst. The Ben Lomond s, Brock, left the Ty_e fo. Odessa on the 16*. U ; nst The Bedford s, Aitkenhead, . passed Dover for Copenhagen on Monday. The Lombard s, Stephenson, a. Ived at Greenock on the 17th inst. Subscribers-only content

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    for Sunderland on Wednesday evening. The lijlton Castle s sailed from Baa Franc ieco on Wednpsday afternoon. The Bedford s, Aitkenhead, passed Gibraltar for Genoa on Wednesday ; all well. The Willui- Hartman s, Simpson, left Savoaa on Wednesday afternoon, Subscribers-only content

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    IMPORTS.-Fed. 8. Forth, Lionrstari", Rotterdam, moss litter and general. EXPORTS.- Feb. 8, Britannia, Crisp. Grangemouth. 1,200 tons pig iron. Bedford. Aitkenhead, Monte Video, 750 tons railway sleepers. 175 tons gas pipes, 145 tons pig iron, 140 tons bridgework, 60 tons Subscribers-only content

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