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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

4 Nov 1901

WEDDING OF HERBERT GLADSTONE, BRILLIANT CEREMONY LONDON. Paw weddings laleyeaza bar* created nab an Amount in political and soeial circle* that of the Bight Hon. Herbert Gladstone, M.P., and Miss Dorothy Mary Paget, which took plies Saturday afternoon

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

26 Jan 1884

MESSRS. B.]%ARAN AiND ERBERTT GLADSTONE AND !THE[ER CONSTITUENTS. A~~'-LJ4&A.U ?? 5ple and Last evening Mr. Barren and Mr. Herbert 37. Gladisoe Caln the Liberal Members for the borough of Leeds, deliveedday their annual addresses to their constituents

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Monmouthshire Merlin

Monmouthshire Merlin Monmouthshire, Wales

27 May 1881

There was a numerous attendance of members. Mr. James Kitson, Jun., president, occupied the chair, and among the gentlemen present were Mr. Barran, Mr. W. L. Jackson, and Mr. Herbert Gladstone, the three members for Leeds. Mr. C. E. BOUSFIELD moved, That

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Burnley Gazette

Burnley Gazette Lancashire, England

10 Apr 1880

GEN] MR. • r Mr. Gladstone has electors the man the Leeds Li! - ELECTION. AND THE WEDS TION. ressed the following letter nigh, through the Chairil Association Kitson, jun.) V THE or LEEDS Gentlemen, —The time has at length arrived when may, without

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

27 Jul 1889

THE GOLDEN WEDDING OF MR AND MRS GLADSTONE. RECEPTION THE NATIONAL LIBERAL CLUB. London, Friday Night. A grand reception commemoration of tbe golden wedding of aud Mrs Gladstone took place at the National Liberal Club to-night. There was great eagerness

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

27 Jul 1889

GOLDEN WEDDING OF MR AND MRS GLADSTONE. RECEPTION AT THE NATIONAL LIBERAL CLUB. London, Friday Night. A grand reception commemoration of the golden wedding of Mr and Mrs Gladstone took place the National Liberal Club to-night. There was great eagerness

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

27 Jul 1889

GOLDEN WEDDING OF MR AND MRS GLADSTONE. RECEPTION AT THE NATIONAL LIBERAL CLUB. A grand reception in commemoration of the golden wedding of Mr and Mrs Gladstone took place at the National Liberal Club to-night. There was great eagerness to be present

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

27 Jul 1889

Some loud cries of 1 arcourt and G Granville vw ere raised when M1r. Gladstone resumed his seat, but no respoose was made by either. Lord Oxerbridge led off IMrs. Gladstone, her husband followed, and then the rest of the Liberal leaders sel their

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

25 Jan 1890

Sir Kitson Bart., Mr. aud Mrs. Joseph Lupton, Mrs. Francis Lupton, Mr. and Mrs. John. Lupton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lupton, L>r. ftchucck (Manchester), Mr. and Mrs. Kissei, Mr. Herbert Gladstone. MP., Mr. Oxiey, J.P., Mr. and Mrs. Hawthorne Kitson, Mrs

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

24 Jan 1890

guests were— Sir and Mia* Kitson, Mrs. Scnunck, Mr. E, aud Miss M. Schunck, Mrs. and Miss Kitsoo, Cambridge; Professor E. C. Ciark, Cambridge; Miss Clark, Cambridge ; Dr. and Mrs. William Playfair, Dr. Schuuck, Sir. Herbert Gladstone, M.P.. Mr. lum**-Ker,

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

23 Apr 1890

improving its record. In the latter town the definite refusal of Sir JAMES KITSON to contest the Central Division, and the omioous rumours that are afloat with respect to Mr. HERBERT GLADSTONE'S intention to desert West Leeds for another constituency at the next

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Leicester Daily Mercury

Leicester Daily Mercury Leicestershire, England

28 Apr 1890

inmates of the upper storeys escaped by jumping from the windows, the stairca«e being in Haines. Saturday afternoon Mr. Herbert Gladstone delivered a lecture the Lambeth Polytechnic, Brixton, on Physical training.’’ Mr. sUplcy, Liberal candidate for Krixton

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

10 Oct 1881

ticket. There was very large attendance. Mr. Kitson occupied the chair, aud there were also pro?ent Mr. Herbert Gladstone, M.P.; Lord Frederick Cavendish, M.P.; Mr. Illingworth, M.P.; Mr. Barran, M.P., &c. The address, which was written old English letters

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

12 Nov 1890

Burt, backed by Mr. Morley, Mr. Labouchere, Mr. Bradlaugh, and Mr. Herbert Gladstone, are opposed to compulsory limitation of working hours shows what the fight is likely be. Mr. Gladstone to arrive town on the 24th of November, and will be present a dinner

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

27 Oct 1890

treasurer to the Scottish I H Home Rule Association ! Then when one w reflects that Mr Gladstone declines to define W I what is meant, at all nvents in the year 1890, | ci Iby Home Rule for Irelaid,in what a formless V and immature condition must be Hflme

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

31 Jan 1885

w ere Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone, Mr W. H. Gladstone, ALP., and Hon. Mrs. Gladstone; the Alaster of Wellington College and Mrs. Wickham ; Mr. Harry Gladstone, Air. Herbert Gladstone, ALP., Miss | Alary Gladstone, Aliss Helen Gladstone. Mrs. and Aliss I Dumaresq

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

4 Nov 1901

Cavendish, bureau. „ _ Mr. Robert Gladstone, “ Ingoldsby Legends ; Mr- Walter Gladstone, silver butter-dish ; Mr. and Mrs. w. Gladstone, silver lea-caddy ; Mr. and Airs. J. U. Gladstone, luncheon basket: Air. Stewart Gladstone, pair of silver candlesticks

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Globe

Globe London, England

29 Mar 1890

might called disrespectful to Mr. Gladstone, after his speech hist Monday night, if was not quite probable that their immediate declarations against the measure were deliberately intended as protest against Mr. Gladstone’s attitude. TLoy, at any rate, have

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Henley Advertiser

Henley Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

9 Nov 1901

MARRIAGE OF MR. HERBERT GLADSTONE. At St. Andrew's, Wells-street, London, on Saturday afternoon a crowded congregation witnessed the marriage of the Right Hon. Herbert Gladstone, M.P. (youngest son of the late Righ. Hon. William E. Gladstone) and Miss Dorothy

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

29 May 1890

of Mr. Parnell, Mr. Labouchere, Mr. Bradlaugh, Sir Charles Russell, Mr Whitbread, Mr. Asquith, Sir Horace Davey, Mr. Herbert Gladstone, Sir Wilfrid Law son, and Mr. Lockwood, etc. With the exception of Mr. Labouchere, these men are very seldom heard giving

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