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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Upper East Smithfield, ship ironL- mongers SCOTCr1 SEQUIBSTTTIONS. J. Rowan, spirit dealer, Ayr, Nov. 17, at Ayr, at! a. Watt, Auchterhouse, farmer, Kirviemnair Nov. 10, at 12 J. Anderson, farm servant, Clyde's Bridgena, Nov. 19, Laaark, at 1 J Morrison. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which occurred on Thursday afternoon, while he was engaged partridge shooting. Mr. MacIntyre was on a visit to Mr. Hean, Auchterhouse, about ten miles from Dundee, and about five o'clock on Thursday after. noon the party of which he was Subscribers-only content

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    lltI), Iat Filonm' Cottage, Arninagh. thc xv writ' IC (4. HLrris, of a. SOIL. 0<4' e-a Cot -t !, at Auchterhouse, Duladec, tile .i a. Oi-. Ogilvxie of aL son. Tiloint .-1 I, at Mralris. the wvife of Major JoIna Subscribers-only content

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    ceut.; while- the balance amounts to £4,:00. The sad death of a Dundee merchant, Mr. Angus Macintyre, took place at Auchterhouse, where he was shooting with some friends. Orut of the gamekeeuer's guns was accidentally leb off, and the charge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING. ai HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. Ul iSTAG HOUNDS. lHer Majesty's, Tuesday, s8ough; Friday, Maidenhead e Thicket-at 11. ve Cheltenham, Tuesday, Puesdown; Friday, Kilkernoy- a at half-past 11.~ iS FOX HOUNDS. of A.lbrighton, Tuesday, the PlouRb, Weston Heath; dl Thursday, Hagley Subscribers-only content

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    Newtyle ; but being detained till the train had left, Mackenzie proposed that he should go on with him to Auchterhouse, about six miles, and sleep at his shepherd's house. Duff consented, and both parties left town about six o'clock. Subscribers-only content

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    for his good behaviour for nine months. Distressing Occurrence.- An occurrence of a pecu- liarly distressing nature took place at Auchterhouse, near Dundee, late on Friday night. Mation Davidson^ 20 years of age, servant to Mr. Bell, farmer, was engaged Subscribers-only content

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    of their friend and neighbour. (Applause.) No other toasts were proposed. The estate of Balbeochly, situated, in the parish of Auchterhouse, Forfarshire, and and containing 281 imperial acres, has been sold for £18,000 to Mr. Fisher, late of the levercauld Subscribers-only content

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    BECHUAXALAND RISING. GALISBTSVE A PRISONER. - . T 0W j.-. Tuesday (Reuter).- The Govern- Vj *3_- c received a telegram stating that 3i*W has been captured. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Baldovan 826 12 8 4 13 Baldragon 8 31 12 16 4 1, Dronly 8 38 12 24i 4 25 Auchterhouse 8 43 12 2*' 4 30 NEWTYLE arrive 8 58 12 45 4 45 Ardler 9 16 1 6 Subscribers-only content

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    KAIL WAY TIME TABLES. Corrected for July, Dundee and Newtyle- L> Trains. DCNDEE', Yeaniau Shore a.m- a.m. pm. p.m. 'p.m. p.m. Station} leavej 8 ( 115 0 3of 4 15l 630 740 Liff 1811 12 2 ! ... 42a Subscribers-only content

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