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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y GERMANIAID YN AGOSAU AT D A DTT PARIS. Berlin, Awst 25.-Maey pencadlys Breninolwedi eyraedd ymlaen cyn belled a Bar-le-Duc. i Mae y ddwy adran-laf ac 2il o'rbyddinoeddyn i aras i gadw-gwyliadwriaeth ar fyddiin Bazaine yn Metz; mae y Subscribers-only content

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    other, must meliorate the condition of your fellow-creatures. COUTuAE AND InrIsANITY-;-A young child having fallen into a draw well in Alyth, a hue and cry was raised, and a great crowd assembled, but no one was found of sutlicient courage Subscribers-only content

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    for supper on the follow'- ing eveniiig."-Seotslsan, A few week ago,. a cat belonging to a farrier in this neighhourhbod (Alyth) brotught fort a litter of kittens. Some days afterwiards; a voing rat took up its residence. among them ; Subscribers-only content

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    the 22d ult., of an apopletic fit, Dr. Hermbstadt, Professor of Chemistry. At Chatham, Captain W. Murray, Royal Marines. At Alyth, Scotland, the Rev. James Hay, minister of the United Associate Congrega- tion, having almost completed the 50th year of Subscribers-only content

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    His lordship will, however, entertain a party of his political friends at dinner on the day before the'meeting'of Parliament. The Alyth correspondent of the Daendee Courier says A rumour got afloat here on Wednesday to the effect that our county Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and allowances. Five furlongs. Capt, Bayley's Doria P6lour Lar. Narrintces I by AlbertI Mr. Iaeaehe I by Touchet- Vicebor-giertoa Bi Alyth Mr. Norrinton's ae by Prince W Duke of Beaufort's Folo Charlie-Em C Duke of Bleaufort's IshantC Captain Patrick's Janet Subscribers-only content

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    an address from Illairgowrie. T If A third address was road by Mr. John Smith, on behalf of gi lythe Alyth Liberals, All the saddressos expressed strong con-li fidence in Mr. Gladstonie as the leader of the Government., 05 .n Subscribers-only content

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    100 to S ngsD Thu 6pras.-Mulss ;hipp~en- ' chill aii'l thu Alyth gublizigran together to the firs-t ditch, vrio-t rieshoi bo f511, bat they wv-re quickly remounted- 'i'lic Alyth eig howe-cr. bolted out of .the morse at t the n`o Subscribers-only content

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    C by Fontiasimo- Oscar, by Bend Or, 3y Sheridan, 3y Gitano, 3y C by Besadosert- Mlenna ir, Sy Finn. by Alyth, by Drown Bess, 4y 1iloodstone, a Ireland, by fling Duong, by Dominion, 4y 2.0-The PaN~rcr Or WALEs's SxnavL~r.T1rAs (Handicap) Subscribers-only content

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    just managed to secure the Grand Annual Hurdle Race from ve opponents, the judge's verdict being a head. The little-fancied Alyth gelding accounted for the Pelhabii Hunters' Steeplechase, up- setting a lot of money entrusted to Grape Vine, Dominion, and Subscribers-only content

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    £600. so £500. on dyve, the fifth being Rialhtaway. LS ~ SPORTING PROPHECIES. I- ~~PLUMPTON. tr DzcmrexnR HornnER' Smr.cte..SetnLf AtThe Alyth gelding ; Sport&etae-Miss Chippendaile' a I.- Feled - Father O'Flynna; Land and W~ate-r - Mis a sr Chippendale ; Subscribers-only content

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    PLUMPTON RACES. PROGPAMMI FOR THIS DAY. LO-The kSSsorrt5 i\iAIDIYt ITr'DLR RAnS of 40 sOVe; thrce- year-olds 10st 71b, four 1let 81b, five, six, and aged list iib; winners extra. Two miles, over eight hurdles. Guinevere, 3y South Bank, 3y Subscribers-only content

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    records the death of a Birs. Jobnstone, who kept a small silOp for a quarter of a cen- tury at Alyth, and who expired on Tuesday morning. She died in the chair in which she rested herself and slept for Subscribers-only content

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    of the deer have become very tame, and commit ravages on cultivated lands. 'The forest at (lilenaertney is elso wtell stocked, and the prospects there are very cheering. The same may be said of Atholo, Olguie, and Alyth forests, -cotsm~an., Subscribers-only content

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    Resolutions in favour of the bill were adopted; SCOTLAND. Public meetings have been held at Hawick, Selkirk, Dumfries, Brechin, and Alyth, at all of which resolutions and petitions to Parliament in favour of the Cloverument Bill were adopted. PTJDSEY!. On Subscribers-only content

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    abductiong a young girl named Tolley. B~oth. tho prisoners were found guilty. Oliflus was sentenced to tvio months' imprisoranment, and Houghton to a week's imaprisonmenit. Janet Dowmie died at Alyth, en Uinuday at the ext-cema ago of 104 years,~- ticQt=wccu, Subscribers-only content

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    dependent upon the springs at the north side of the Pentlands. There is also goeart scarclty of water In Czleff, Alyth, Damferm'ine, and other' Scotch towns, Two fatal acecidentq re reported from tlanchester. The' other day a boy named Wm. Subscribers-only content

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    eldest daughter of the pre. sent Countess of Derby by her first husband, the late Mar. quis of Salisbury. At Alyth, Scotland, a few mornings ago, a respectable - tradesman from a neighbouring parish, who had become - deranged, was Subscribers-only content

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    Lyeett, t-h2 Jaekson, O-0; Ingraus, I-S- Wpsyicomnbe, 1-2 (not out); Banexs (absent), i 4; totbel, 2-26 FrOm SE SBdOOburg .-Thh Alyth aorrespondent oE the Durndee Advcrtisder thinks that sporb wlll noS baso good as In the past tswo years. 80 Subscribers-only content

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    the e r of 'Lord Gleaelent' the Impostor, who wsa pretty well kaown In Dundee Ertughty Fery, Alyth, and Glenlal, has beeo the su jeot ofgenerul onversitioi in the dliiaok. - Wheko6h4 woit firt to Dundee ho it-dged zomr~ £00. Subscribers-only content

 

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