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Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Fonds — Box CLX-A-327
Scope and Contents Three editions the Macfarlan's Illustrated Family Paper, from 1 May 1855, 1 June 1855, and 2 July 1855. The newspapers are entirely hand-written or hand-drawn, including illustrations. Topics discussed include, among other things: events relating to the Crimean war such as the siege of Sevastopol and the Hango Head massacre; the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 1855; the Exposition Universelle of 1855 (as international exhibition held in Paris). The newspapers are beautifully illustrated.
Identifier: BAI 7/8
Scope and Contents Cuttings from local and national newspapers relating to the death of Donald Macpherson Baillie.
Scope and Contents Notes on the weddings of the 'Fisher folk at Golspie' sent to John Murdoch, Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland in December 1863. Appears to be in response to a piece in the 'Northern Ensign' newspaper.
Scope and Contents Taylor writes to enclose an account of Ewart's lecture at Armidale, and he promises to also send a better account from another newspaper as well as some of his wool samples.
Dates: 25 October 1923
Scope and Contents Caird states how interested he had been to read Ewart's article in The Scotsman about experimental contributions to the theory of heredity. He provides example of cross-breeding from his own horses, cows and rabbits.
Dates: 25 January 1899
Scope and Contents Caird states how interested he was in Ewart's letter which appeared in The Scotsman. He also discusses physical development and the transference of lines of thought between generations. He gives examples of his own family, and of other Scottish families.
Dates: 29 January 1899
Scope and Contents Forsyth congratulates Ewart on his letter to The Scotsman, which he states fits in very well with Forsyth's report on the Stud Farm.
Dates: 17 March 1908
Scope and Contents Forsyth instructs Ewart not to answer the recent letter in The Oban Times from a J. Macleod. He reports that Maclean of Nunton wants £25 to £30 premium for his stallion to serve in Benbecula but he has instructed the office of the Congested Districts Board not to offer more than £10. He is buying the yellow dun mare from Ritchie and will send for the Connemara pony. He concludes that there will be no Scottish Land Legislation this year.
Dates: 27 March 1908
Scope and Contents Forsyth informs Ewart that William Laidlaw of Kinellan, Strathpeffer, will accompany him to the Ullapool district. His wife has sent Ewart last week's Oban Times containing an anonymous attack on the Congested Districts Board.
Dates: 08 April 1908
Scope and Contents Hayes writes that he encloses some newspapers (not present) which he received from their mutual friend Ramsay Smith. He states that he is delighted that the 'ridiculous and malicious charges' against him have been dropped and recollects meeting 'the villain Desmond' in South Africa in 1901.
Dates: 17 November 1903