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Kent & Sussex Courier

Kent & Sussex Courier Kent, England

13 Dec 1929

H.H. Princess Marie Louise with the Mayor and Mayoress leaving after her inspection of the Tunbridge Wells Maternity Home on Tuesday. In the group are to be seen Lady Bennett, Miss Scott, Alderman C. E. Westbrook and the Matron. Inset: Dr. F, C. Linton

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Coventry Herald

Coventry Herald Warwickshire, England

10 Jul 1926

transported 1,650 poor children of the city for an enjoyable outing iturday afternoon last. The Mary of Coventry (Alderman F. Snaps), the Deputy Mayor (Alderman W. H. Grant), and o ffi cials connected with the event are e in the background. and respected

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

25 Aug 1927

reception by the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Leeds (Aid. Hugh and Mrs. Lupton) came as a fitting climax to the triumphal visit of the-company American players Leeds in Abie’s Irish Rose.” The invitation to meet the Lord Mayor was given, I understand

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

8 Nov 1926

(By Hugh Lupton.) The follvic-ing is the last of a series three articles, in which Alderman // , Lupton, Chairman of the Leeds Cor lion Electricity Committee, and Mayor-elect •*/ Leeds, has described f new Department the. Kir, i city lidl proposes to

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

16 May 1927

hospital ideal place treatment, and headphones are provided for all patients in the main block. , Princess Mary was welcomed by Lord Mayor (Alderman Hugh Lupton) and Major Tryon, M.P., Minister of Pensions, and she was given hearty reception as shp drove

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

17 May 1927

PRINCESS MARY IN LEEDS. Talks With Many War Victims AT OPENING OF NEW HOSPITAL. Pte. Jackson’s Little Mirror. Joy and pathos were mingled the new Ministry of Pensions Hospital at Gledhow, Leeds, yesterday, when Princess Mary performed the opening ceremony

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

10 Nov 1928

NEW MAYORS. (Continued from page 15.) OTHER NORTHERN ELECTIONS. Jilyth Mayor Loses His Aldermank Seat. BLYTH.—At BTyth, Northumberland, Alderman John Bun Nicholson was elected the new Mayor, but was unseated Alderman. Tltrec the live retiring Aldermen

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

7 Oct 1927

|■<-^^->----x^ ||ii A BOUQUET FOR PRINCESS MARY.—Little Miss Briggs receiving her final Instruc*; ' tions on how present a bouquet the Princess. Mercury,”). ,~ 8 • f * NOLBECK BATHS.—The Lord Mayor Leeds (Alderman Hugh Lupton) operating the switch,ef the

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

22 Mar 1927

force await Princess Mary's arrivi Road for a considerable distance oil side was lined with spectator*, and Club premises there was a dense crow.,. Princess Mary was received by tin? Lord Mayor ami Lady Mayoress (Alderman and Mrs. Hugh Lupton) the olub

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

26 Jan 1928

received, Prim* Mary the Countess of Harewond: '-y of thanks to the Princess the 1® Mayor (Alderman George HatcliffeU Parry's Jerusalem, sung ' audience; recessional music, during feu Princess Mary will leave the Town Hal The visit Princess Mary nil! at

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

25 Aug 1928

VISIT TO VICKERS. Princess Mary’s Informal Call. A visit Princess Mary to the River Don Works of Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., Sheffield, at the conclusion of her public engagements in the city came as an unexpected part of the day’s programme. The call was

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Western Gazette

Western Gazette Somerset, England

2 May 1930

Clerk (Mr. J. Adrian Hands) and the Mayor's Chaplain (Rev. C. Philip Cope) were presented, and the Mayor, in the name of himself, Mayoress, Aldermen, Councillors, and people of the town, offered Princess Mary very hearty welcome to the loyal and ancient borough

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette Warwickshire, England

18 Oct 1929

The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress (Alderman W. Byny Kenrich and Mrs. Kenricis). Photo. Whitlock. Burton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Botcher. Mrs. Arnold Butler, Miss Butler. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Corning Butler. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Butler. Dr. and Mrs . T. Harrison Butler

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

14 May 1927

to receive Princess Mary, and take part in the ceremony. Arrangements for the visit of the Princess are not yet fully completed, but it is expected that her Royal Highness nil! arrive Glcdhow Grove 11.30, and will be received the Lord Mayor of heeds (Alderman

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

16 May 1927

PRINCESS MARY OPENS HOSPITAL Princess Mary at Leeds this morning opened the Ministry of Pensions new hospital at Grove, formerly the home Lord Airedale, which, with extensive alterations and enlargements, takes the place :>f Beckett's Hospital, known

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

12 Nov 1928

Mrs Bean, Hugh Farrell and Mrs Farrell. Luncheon will be in the Reception Room, by invitation of the Lord Mayor, and the guests will be : H.R.H. Princess Mary Viscountess Li sccllc S The Lady-in-Waiting (Miss Dorothy Yorke). * The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

13 Nov 1928

the children in particular being most enthusiastic. THE RECEPTION THE STATION. DRESSED in her favourite Princess Mary blue, H.R.H. the Princess Mary Viscountess Lascelles, who was accompanied only her lady-in-waiting, Miss Dorothy Yorke, made a charming

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Ballymena Observer

Ballymena Observer Antrim, Northern Ireland

19 Oct 1928

Northern Ireland), Viscountess c raig- in the afternoon Princess Mary . , iir.if.jct hv storm cn a von (who is chairman of the Hospital Execu- tended a reception given in tli© Lord Mayer Princess Mary took Belfast by storm n ' Comrai;tee)j Miss F. E. Henderso-i:

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Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser

Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

13 Dec 1929

Statiohmaster. Mr. Churchward. The Princess, who was accompanied by her lady-in-waiting, Mrs. Hugh Adaim*. left Charing Cross by the 10.30 train, and arrived at the Central Station at 11.33 Hero she was met by the Mayor (Alderman J. 11. Snell) and accoided a

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette Warwickshire, England

16 Jul 1927

Lady Mary Scott who took the pa rt of Princess Margaret 'ruder in the great pageant at Craigmillar Castle, near Edinburgh, signing autographs for members of the pageant, maid appeal. She was tow she must see her solicitor. have been treated unjustly and

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