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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Kitklsnd's Motetl Kinross. JAnsE5JiSBo~ and JLAYeS CoovBElt Knowlsead Baslhire, farmers, Mfarchl 14, at the Solcitors' siirsry-rosm, Menf7. DAVID 115755 Arngask Hous~e, FiYfeshire, farner, March 1.7, at :BeaBsrT HlABDDI, Somnerleld, Haddingtonshire, engineer, Marcha 18, at the George Inn, Hladdingian. WILLiAsc Subscribers-only content

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    Manchester com mission agent-Terry, New Broad stree?^,S«tioSr-ffl JSS^Effi" HCrtfordShire ' ££ SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS Wilham^Fortune Whitekirk, Haddingtonshire, shipowner. Henry Gibson, Fisherrow, spirit dealer. F»«"cr. Thomas and John Smith, Dalziel, grain dealers William Stirrat, Newton, Renfrewshire, cattle dealer James Whyte, Arngask, Fifeshire. Subscribers-only content

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    had tempted the penniless ; l daughter ot tha Kaplers, gro-.vu tired of the gen- j . tee! poverty o: Arngask: and with the reluctant I consent of her proud kinsfolk sho had coma to , : reii'ii at Ravelaw. Subscribers-only content

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    put to tbe test, after twenty ci. bt years' experience of it, she would have infinitely preferred the poverty of Arngask to th ■ iove'ess splendour of her hu-,ta id's dwelling- place : because, with hsr o-.-,u kith and km, Subscribers-only content

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    on horseback ; her brother waa by her I aide - a dark, heavily-moustaehed man. They I rode up to Arngask, they tell me, to be received j with some coolness, I assure you. I'm sorry for I the young Subscribers-only content

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    sanctioned: - l. Stow, in \thc Presbytery of Kelso and Lauder. 2. Kinglassie, in the •lesbvtery of Kirkaldy; and, 3, Arngask and Orwell in the Presbytery of Perth, the Presbytery of the bounds in each of these cases to see Subscribers-only content

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    furnished by Mr .Middlemass, IS South Bridge. The Key. John YOUNO, Free Church, Arngask, Kinross, has heen presented by the Ladies of his Congregation with a very Arngask. elegant Pnlpit-Gown and Cassock, as a token of tiieir regard for him Subscribers-only content

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    charged with having, on the Ist curt., stolen a coat from out of a carriage, at the farmsteading of Ulendeuglie, Arngask. He was found gudty, and sentenced to 20 days' imprisonment. Thomas Smith, weaver, Alyth, pled guilty to having committed Subscribers-only content

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    the business. FREE CHURCH PRESBYTERY. The monthly meeting of this rev. body was held yes- terday-the Rev. Mr Young, of Arngask, moderator. The Rev. Mr Dymock, as convener of the Committee on Sabbath Desecration, reported that they had investi- gated Subscribers-only content

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    Right Rev. the Bishop of Brechin, Rev. Mr Lingard ; Major Ogilvy ; Charles Guthrie, Esq. : John Mitchell, Esq., Arngask; W. Cobb, Esq., Mains of Fintrv ; R. M'Gavin, Esq., Ballombie|; Thos. Nichol- son, Esq. ; Drs Gibson and Subscribers-only content

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    SHIPPING NEWS ARRIVALS AT DUNDEE. Nov. 30. - Scotia (s.s), Speedie, London, goods. Alpha, Hay, Grangemouth, coals. Isabella, Bain, Sunderland, do. Trial, Spence, Seaharo, coals.. Isla, Black, Newcastle, do.. Adonis, Boeing, Blyth, dot Princess Helena, Duncan, Sunderland, do. William, Subscribers-only content

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    OUR LONDON LETTER. London, Sunday Night. The country will hear of Lord Salisbury's illness with sympathy and regret. In itself his indisposition happily is slight, but the wc llknown nature of its cause must always excite anxiety, if not Subscribers-only content

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    A British sealing schooner just arrived at Victoria, British Columbia, reports having been Beized by a United States revenue cutter in Behring's Straits, on a charge of alleged illegal fishing. Her cargo of seal skins, and her papers and Subscribers-only content

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    %\)t Bnvfott Courar ' AND ARGUS. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY. 12,612. (ESTABLISHED 1816.) MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1893. f REGISTERED AT THB GENERAL 1 \POST OFFICE AS A NEWSPAPER / Subscribers-only content

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    THE TRADE OF DUNDEE. Mr Joseph Gibson, the president of the Dundee Chamber of Commerce, had yester- day a somewhat disagreeable duty to per- form. His concise and eminently interesting review of the chief events that have affected local Subscribers-only content

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    LATEST MOVEMENTS OF DUNDEE JUTE FLEET. ARRIVED FROM CALCUTTA. Days on Bales of Date. Ship. Tons. passage. Jute. Oct. 24, Lon«shipe (s.), 2834 4.! 28 789 Oct. 24, Emir (s.), 2620 35 26,483 Nov. 6, St Marnock (a.), 1951 Subscribers-only content

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    ii-srinol'S Ai LAIU IX FIFE. | . FAMILY QCAREEL. p. \. ii <■' ONE OF THH PARTIES. v v ... ■ l'l.-riuator-Fhcal of Fifeshire (Mr . accompanied by Dr dames Bell, „. . !>' _Na»vmth, Cupar, and Inspector • Subscribers-only content

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    LIBERATOR PROSECUTION. The he.iring of the charges of conspiracy and i?iaud ;*gaii:st the Directors of the Balfour group ot" Companies was resumed yesterday in London. All •lie eieteiiilants were present, including Mr Dibley, ♦ho appeared to be much better Subscribers-only content

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    HOSTILITIES IN INDIA r u.CfTTA, Thursday ( Reuter). - An official message bm been sent by the Government to I "mia Khan •Jir.ilal, the invader ol" Cliitral, ordering him to tractate Chitral territory by Ist April, otherwise ti.ey will Subscribers-only content

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    FOOTBALL. i.N'. L\ _%__■ V. SCOTLAND. fourth AMso.-Mtion f -otball watch between , ' J.** 1 !** 1 ' nf England and Scotland was played at ,'*•'». Liverpool, the ground of the Kverton ' i'i-*'. No changes had to Subscribers-only content

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