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    gentlemen of rank and eminence in the literary world. - On Saturday, the 7th current, Sir Walter Scott, Baronet, of Ancrum, was served heir by a Jury (Sir J. G. Dalyell, Chancellor), to William Graham, who qualified and voted as Subscribers-only content

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    Union Workhouse, 1; Liverpool, 1 fatal; Edinburgh, 2 fatal; Glasgow. 53, 30 fatal; Loudon, 2, 1 fatal; stirling, 1 fatal; Ancrum, 1 fatal; New Kilpatrick, 2 fatal; Greenock, 6,3 fatal; Old Monkland, 9 fatal; Newton Dalkeith, 2 fatal; total new Subscribers-only content

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    Galashiels, 7 fatal; Hamilton, 2; Riccarton, 7, 2 fatal; Old Monkland, 7, 1 fatal; Stow, 4:; Greenock, 6, 4 fatal; Ancrum, 2 fatal. Total new cases, 61; 25 deaths. TnURSDAY.-Bethnal Green Lunatic Asylum, 6, 5 fatal; Limebouse, 1; Refuge, Hackney Subscribers-only content

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    G S arpe, Edge hilt, near Liverpool, ttmher teerchant. x -~ I fScoteir tSeqnaicuratilaoms^-eT 5 iller, Springbanik, Etinburglt, merchant- W Ancrum, Edinpurgh-D Leitch (deceased) Loolngilpitead, merchant-3 A Smith, Edinburgh, baker.i F yida, -Augtaa 3 War 0I0ce, Palimall, Angtatrd, j060. -G Subscribers-only content

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    said that the Conservative party have no intention of offering any opposition to the return of Sir William Scott of Ancrum to Parliament as representative of Roxburghshire. Mr Samuel Laing gives "a most emphatic contradiction " to reports which have Subscribers-only content

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    Newent, Wheaten- lnu-et~ Weetbury-on-Severn, Tethury, and Cirencester. Dr. Ancrum, chairmen of the, committee, who presided, was supported by the Lord-Lieutenant (Earl Dudie), the county chairmnan (Mr. Dorrington), and many ether magistrates.- Dr. Ancrum, in ain elaborate speech, justified the com- Subscribers-only content

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    the gentlemen name>. It was as followr~s:-The Lord- v Lieutenant, Sir J. CampbelL J.P., Sir W. Marlin, i J.P., Dr. Ancrum, J.P. r Bircha, 3.P., M2r. A. J. f Stanton, 3.?., Mr. Wadingha, J.?., Mr. B. , v J.P., Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    be ordered of 1/,d. in the pound for county rate, - and %/2d. for police, payable on 1st July. Dr. Ancrum fseconded the motion, and after discussion it was agreed to. i -The Council passed aresolution delegating the powers of Subscribers-only content

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    which two of his daughters were present, Lord Minto, Mr. Rutherfurd, the Sheliff of the county; Mr. H. Scott, of Ancrum; Major Richardson, of Kirklands; Mr. Craigle, Sheriff Substitute; the Rev. Mr. Ritchie, of the Established Kirk; the Rev. Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    bronchitis and want of sleep, and Dr. 'Washbourn pro- scribed syrup of chloral hydrate, dictating it to Mr. G. V. Ancrum, a student in the Infirmary, and he inad- vertently left out the sword "syrup," which caused the amount of Subscribers-only content

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    friendly reception, and the whole of New Zealand is now for the first time open to the Queen's representative. Lord Ancrum accompanied the expedition. EXTmAORDINAaR HOAX.-A Waterford correspondent gives an account of an extraordinary hoax at the fair there on Subscribers-only content

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    Manaro district of New South Wales, some 307 miles distant from Sydney. A shooting party was got up, and Lord Ancrum was proceeding th g the bosh on horseback with the rest of the party, cary- ing a loaded gun, Subscribers-only content

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    FOREIGN NEWS.! [RmSaza Tafrgrssa. THE LATE LORD ANCRUM. SYDNhSY, June 20-The remains of the late Lord Ancrum have arrived here. Tho deceased will probably be buried here on Wednesday witb military ocnoors. PRINCE BISMARCK mN VIENNA. Vrz-.NA, June 20.-Prince Bismarck,who Subscribers-only content

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    Court, and Stock Exchange. London. Glasgoiw-Mritchall, Watson, and Co., 75, St. Georgees Pise, and Stock Exchange, Glasgow. SOL1CITOInc.-linys, Schmettau. and Ancrum. 30, Abchurch Lane, London, B.C. AUusTORS.-J. P. Lovering anod Co., Chartered Account-ants, 3, Church Passage, GuildhalU, Luodon. B.C. SECO'.ETA% Subscribers-only content

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    Flore 9. - , S a Rookery . .' 812 'Red Wing IL _ . 8 9 'Cby Torpedo-Pinotta 8_12 'Ancrum _ ._ ,.. S SCRATCHINGS. PRsICESS 01e WxeLxS'S STAgEs.-Throstle, Gonvernail, RisqUe Tout, Athlone, Mecca, Royal Harry, and Grand Hampton. Subscribers-only content

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    Peurhyn's Elf Song, 8at Sib-......~G. Chaloner13 Noisy (S. Leases). Hunthill (Cannon), Strathbrock colt (White), Sasherton (Bradford), Allies (C. Loates), and Ancrum (F. Park) al so ran.-Betting : 6 to ; on a Auriga, 6 to 1 ag-st tRed Wing If., Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. RACING NOTES- visitors to Sandowen Park to-morrow are unlikely to be over- done with Snort, the card issued for the opedinhg day of the Do September miieeting being of huandy proportionse. liy selecttonns A' Thnraey Nght-Al Lo Subscribers-only content

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    past few years; but the cases of Lord Dalkeith, < who was shot while deerstalking in Scotland in 2i886, Lord Ancrum, who was killed while shoot- ing in Australia in 1892, and Lord Drum- i lanrig yesterday, do not exhaust Subscribers-only content

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    322 Abchorch lone, E.C. In Melbourne : Union Bank of Australia (Limited), Collins Street , Mielbourne. ISosI1,acrrir.-Messirs. Hayes, Sebmectau, and Ancrum, 31, Alichurich Lane, E.C. Aupxroas.-Messrs. Arthur Goddard and Son, Charheredaccorrnt- ant.', St. George's House, Eastshesp, R.0.. SxCR~ZTARY AN I) Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING -NEws. R1QING I'TYSB. Et -would be diffiecult to imagine a more -deligitful p asmperiecce than that, on Newmerket tTeath this afteruoon. The esun wasdstreanming down wittL al the warmth o July, and the atmospherwae sow e- cer that Subscribers-only content

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