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Birth:Dec 6 1757
Death:Aug 18 1829
Name:Sir David Baird
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Text:"... coming before Parliament.--Unproductiveness of the new taxes has thrown a gloom over the finances.—^-— Duke of Wellington inspected w orks at Shecrness.- General SirDavidBaird has assumed command..."
Date:Apr 15 1820
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... and Lady Camilla Fortescne. Hon. Mjts. daughton and Miss Claughton, Sir Bodcrick Murchisoi^ Sur H. and Lady Howard and Miss Howard, SirDavidBaird, Sir Jiunes Blatheson, M.P., Sir John and^ Lady Colville..."
Date:June 8 1863
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to be filled by SirDavidBaird. Mr. Balfour of Whittinghara, a Tory, has iss ued an address. Kirkcudbright.-Mr. Murray, of Brighton, the Whig Anti-corn-law member, is threatened with opposition from Mr. Maxwell..."
Date:May 31 1841
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...-'itlf as a candidate. East Lothian-SirDavidBaird has declared himself a candidate. NoiiTHUMiir.rtI.ANn-Measures are adopting amongst the freeholders lo return, free of expense, Messrs. T. \V. Bcau-�out and \V. Ord..."
Date:June 21 1832
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... and the Misses Hope (2), Sir Heni-y Cotterell, Sir George Suttie and the Misses Suttie (2), Sir R. Vaxtin, Colonel Morris, SirDavidBaird, Sir Cliarles Mor-daunt. Sir Ivor Guest, Major Alison, Major and Miss..."
Date:May 16 1861
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... their sympathy for the Highlanders by stopping away most of the night. The whole performance was so dull that Mr. J. H. Macdonald provoked a roar of laughter when he told the story of how, when SirDavidBaird..."
Date:Mar 10 1886
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... that General SirDavidBaird, G.C.R (one of the bravest of our gallant and distinguished veterans, and uncle to the Earl of is about to be raised to the peerage, by the title of Visontu Newbytb. 'the name..."
Date:May 19 1829
Publication:Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Pennycuick, /8th Highlanders Captain Carnegie Captain Saunders, Royal Horse Artillery. Captain AitJun, 13th regiment MrBaird of Newbyth, by SirDavidBairdMr Henry Ritchie, of Busbie, by the Marquis..."
Date:Aug 20 1822
Publication:Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom
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Text:"... on impressing the. native tribes, and particularly the Ababdeh, stretching from Berber to Keneh, with a sense of our power. A . simple promenade of Indian troops from Sosseir to Keneh—SirDavidBaird’s route..."
Date:Feb 18 1884
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., and Miss Dalton ; the Earl of Brecknock, the Marquis of Bow-iriont, Viscount Dunlo, Viscount St. Asaph, Lord Charles Ker, SirDavidBaird, Major Paynter, Major Alison, Captain W. Bussell, Captain Clark..."
Date:June 9 1863
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... arrives on Monday next is just announced of Mr. William Arthur the younger son of SirDavidBaird of and Lady Hersey the third daughter of late Lord Conyngham and Lady Mr. Baird succeeded some years ago..."
Date:Nov 14 1907
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... in Glasgow. It is now sold, fine 8d. were moved by b.r DAVIT. MONCKI IFFE, ae-i '6d at which rate the loaf of the quality concled by General SirDAVIDBAIRD, aim j iu Edinburgh would be Td. unanirnously..."
Date:Sep 10 1822
Publication:Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom
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Text:"...) regiment of Foot, vice the Right Hon. Oeneral SirDavidBaird, Baru, 6.C.B. and K.C. deceased. Major General the Hon. Sir R. W. O'Callaghan, K.C.B., it is also said, will succeed to the Colonelcy of the 97th..."
Date:Sep 12 1829
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., Mr Tayleur, Mr W B Moore, Miaa Moore. To Gibraltar.-Mrs Hook. Mr and Mrs Bousfleld, SirDavidBaird, Miss Baird, Mr J R Adams, Mr and Mra Taylor, Mr DM Smyth, Mr and Miaa Pearson. KHEDIVE. London..."
Date:Mar 13 1890
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., of a son. MARHI AflE 1. Married, at Hampton Wick Church, on tho Cth inatant. JOSAT MAN PEEL DAIBD, Eeq son of Lady Anno and tho tula SirDavidBaird, Bart, of Ncwl'itb, to DULY DIANA FiiA.sctd, only daughter..."
Date:Nov 9 1867
Publication:Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., took his departure to try his fortune in the United States. When he started, Mr. Baird was not much more than 16 years old. His father, Captain T. C. Baird, who is dead, was connected with SirDavid..."
Date:Dec 8 1884
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., fine 8d. conded by General SirDavidBaird, and PoarS(‘ C1; ^ which rate the loaf of the quality _______?_____r i______i .........i._ _________ , ,» ’ m pnoral tisocl m ltimnbursrh would he 7d. Forres..."
Date:Sep 10 1822
Publication:Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., in the Horse Guards, which was attended by Major-General Sir JonN Malcolm, General SirDavidBaird, Major-Gener.-:! Brown, General Champagne, Lieut.-General Sir William Houstoun, and between 30 and 40 others..."
Date:Jan 14 1824
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., as he had the opinion of SirDavidBaird to sanction his own, that a sufficient force remained in that garrison to maintain its security; and also, as he had received immediately before he sailed..."
Date:Mar 6 1807
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... much time with her aunt by marriage, Mrs. Wauchope, at Niddrie, and another aunt is Lady Linlithgow. On his part the bridegroom is pure Scottish, being a son of SirDavidBaird, baronet of East Lothian..."
Date:Feb 8 1908
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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