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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

16 Jan 1909

list : (a) Edward I , Cromwell, Washington (b) Wellington, Nelson, Napoleon. (3) 'Discuss Mr Frederic Harrison's quotation in the syllabus about the Peace Wedmore. (4) State the terms and show the importance of either the Peace Wedmore (879) Alfred

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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

14 Sep 1878

- which brings the first port of the oratorio magnificently to an end. The tenor music was divided between Mr. Guy and Mr. Edward Lloyd. Mr. Guy gave with excellent Lute the admonition of the Prophet Obadiah. If with all your hearts ye truly seek Me ;

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

10 Feb 1887

Roberts. Princes Beans. w oo d t o t we l ve mo w s . should be WOG to secure the c•rriage of Ash on the soothe ma t h!' Ada Wedmore, British torque, fr om Coquimbo for Frederick Roberts, Joseph Hobbs. . Minn Rumen, Twit fartethehhe his railways at a maionable

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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

14 Sep 1878

Alban'. Mimeo Anna Williams and Mary Davies (ooprwtod, Miss Bertha Griffiths and Madame Pithy (contraltion). Mew. Gay and Edward Lloyd (tenure). Me.ra. %Yalu:ore and )(entity (bares)—our great English baritone, owing to the indinpuoition of Signor Foli

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

3 Jul 1847

faith I'll no try't aboon aughteen pence Ayr Advertiser. Release from an imprisonment of 23 Years.—Jeffery Harvey, miller of Wedmore, this county, Feb., 1805, mortgaged his lauds for £300 to William Barrow of Wed- VV'T a lnU al T a Ue * P~Pe'ty being £80

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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

17 Apr 1861

Turkish stupidity and filth, and there were many deaths, but it was soon got under. The Robbery of Tract Society's Money.— Edward Holland, the letter carrier, was tried at the Central Criminal Court on Wednesday, on the charge of stealing an order for

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

30 Jun 1904

Pashley, b Pritchard M. Bodinhain, c Edwards, b Biumwell 1 G. Barnes, c Edwards, b Busswell 23 H. P. Barnes, c Busswell, b Pritchard 13 C. A. Barnes, b Pritchard A. J. Russell, b Suess/ell 0 A. J. Mantle, c Edwards, b Busswell 2 B. M. heir, b Busswell

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

31 Aug 1871

e s Hear Oa. ditto; Edward Mitchell, Royal idol Tap, ditto; George Hobbs, Hope and Anchor, ditto; John Lewis. Wino Vanita, ditto; John Preece, How Inn, ditto; Patch. and Sons, Wine Vaults, ditto; Hoes. Swan Hotel, ditto; Edward Read, Plough, ditto: William

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

25 Feb 1875

Sir Thomas Saminet, Charlie Somerset, Count Arundel's two moan Sir Ed Lewes, Sir Francis boon, Sir James Wedmore, Sir Thomas Cornwall, Sir Edward Swift, Sir Thomas Mildemay, Sir Robert Feeley, Sir Ito. Carey, Sir John Philpot, Sir Ito. Hoderham, Sir Thomas

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

19 May 1860

GREEN.—May 13, at Bitterley Grammar School, Bear Ludlow, Mrs. J H. Green, of son. Carriages*. EDWARDS— WATKINS. —May 3, at Madley, in this county, Mr. Ttios. Edwards, of Trevranon, St. Weonards, tc .Julia, third daughter of Mr. David Watkius, of Cwm-Dulai

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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

26 Oct 1907

. - 1.-Menrs. A. and D. and its adornment by the beautiful window. He as very glad that in that parish, as sell as other Edwards offered for ups by auction, at the noyel Itrishei . of a tn f e n cm .. eq., there had been a groat Oak Hotel, on Friday

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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

11 Dec 1861

took place last evening, under most favourable circumstances, at the Royal Oak, Leominster, to be denominated The Royal Edward. The principal officers are the Rev. J. H. Bluck. J. H. Arkwright, Esq., of Hampton Court, and Captain Demay. Watchman, what

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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

11 Nov 1905

Reform. This was contested by Mr. S. Weird, who made a good speech - in favour of Wee Trade. Moors. War. mington, Wirer, C. Wedmore, and Can also 'poke in favour of Tint icier* whilst Mr. A. Moulton supported Pre, Trade. The smolt of the voting allowed that

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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

16 May 1860

Richard Peyton, Hanley-road, Hornsey-road, London, and late > court, Lincoln's-inn-fields. . EDWARDS—May 7, at Pontypool, aged 40, ,* Edmund Butler Edwards, Esq., solicitor., and Magistrates of Trevethin. «4, Pj, DEYKES.—May 8, in Birmingham, at his

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

4 Jun 1874

FATAL ACCIDENT 011 to WALKS our emend pop is an amosott of a fatal amides§ In • athe above railway. Ti e shame el was Mr. Edward W. Claypole, Moss* chiral arid mathsmatisal Odor at the wimp. DEW'' , sad now of Antioch Came, Ohio, U.S., a gentleman well-known

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Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser

Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser Herefordshire, England

19 Oct 1894

by the forwards. The defence was equal to the occasion, and the display of the backs and halt-backs was remarkably good, Edwards being always conspicuous. Kington took up the running, some hot shots being sent in from the left wing, Nicholas only saving

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Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser

Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser Herefordshire, England

2 Nov 1888

Laurale, Kinghood. BEOSELEY TILES, abound quality, 20.. pay Thousand. —C. Nosaaovs, Slate sad Tile Merchant, Leomineter. MR. EDWARD HAMMOND, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, HOUSE, ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. SALES BY AUCTION .00ndnotad nameable emus. BOOK DEBTS COLLECTED

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Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser

Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser Herefordshire, England

25 May 1894

to be hoped, will be filled with stained glass by friends of the institution. At present there is only one, depicting St. Edward the Martyr, killed at Berkeley Castle, on the south of the chancel, the gift of Colonel Ed* in memory of the Duke of Clarence

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

8 Sep 1892

if rumour is to be credited, will finally introduce them to general use, and emphasise the growth of the imperial idea. M. EDWARD Rime—probably the beet known of surveyors—died recently at Woking. To the profession end to the public be was associated with

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

5 Oct 1850

coming in contact with an accumulation ofgasinthe upper part of the seam. Five men were hurt,two of them severely. Manchester, Edward Moran, a relieving officer, has been committed for trial for the manslaughter of an Irish tramp named Murphy. The deceased

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