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(PBR FBKSS ASSOCIATION.) Oamartj, Daccmber 6 The funeral of tha l»ta Earl of Seafield took plica to-day, and wan of a public oharixoter, All tbe bu^lnspu places were olofltd, this being the ueual weekly half holiday, and tho funeral procession *»aB mado np of the Masonic Looges, the various Volunteer Companies, Borough Councillors, Dralris, memSer of the dan Grant (of whloh the deceased E; rl wag chief), and oit:z)ns headed hy the two lnnal bands, who ployed to the cemetery. The prooPßalon wai tho Urgent that has attended a funeral here, snd there was also a great crowd m the cemetery Deooased was harried m tho Presbyterian portion of tha burial ground, aod the service was read by the Oduroh of England clergyman.

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FUNERAL OF LORD SEAFIELD, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2007, 7 December 1888

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FUNERAL OF LORD SEAFIELD Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2007, 7 December 1888

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