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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

22 May 1914

ANGRY BARONESS. Morganatic Wife of the Late King Leopold. There was a scene Neuilly, France, in one of the chief figures was Baroness Vaughan, formerly the morganatic wife of the late King of the Belgians. King Leopold (says the Paris correspondent of The

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

4 Mar 1914

country; Leeds is the centre of University whose service is rendered the county as whole. It is secret, says the writer the Times article, that Bradford ambitions share with Leeds in that prestige which a University institution gives, and there are

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

9 Feb 1914

(Oxford University). G. Donald (Oxford University), A. D. Laing (Royal High School F P.), G. H. H. Maxwell (Edinburgh Academicals), A. M. Stewart. (Edinburgh Academicals), A. W. Symington (Cambridge University), A. R. Ross (Edinburgh University), and A

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

23 Feb 1914

gained Craven (21, Coverdale, Wood and King, two of them being converted by Curtis. Bickley obtained a try for Cambridge University. OXFORD’S CLOSE FINISH. Enjoying the assistance of eleven Blues, Oxford University defeated the United Services at Oxford

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

24 Jun 1914

To-morrow’s observance of Alexandra Day calls to mind that the Queen Mother will this year celebrate her 70th birthday. King George has hit upon a happy idea to mark the event. He proposes to gather around Queen Alexandra as many descendants and relatives

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

8 Dec 1914

Leng, Ltd Belgian soldiers returning to the fighting line, full of determination and renewed energy, after the review by King George, French battery of heavy artillery shelling the German lines Photo.: K.I- Block: Leng-, Ltd The hearing was adjourned .-Tv

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

21 Feb 1914

performance Windsor Castle before the late King Edv.ard and Qu*-en Alexandra ami the King and Qiu-en Italy. They also had the honour command the the vis.it the Emperor end Ernprc?* of Gennvny. when the c!u»?on King Edward war 'Still Water** Run Mi-<- Moore

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Huddersfield Daily Examiner

Huddersfield Daily Examiner Yorkshire, England

3 Feb 1914

may hereafter direct; f2) the expend!- should establish further record or ure f j, e bove purpose of a sum not exoeed>nt. King George thorough sports- jug £l,6ftrt. j i<> best suiee r.! the term, but he has The motion was with one dissentient, slightest

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

24 Feb 1914

Empire. houses at the Empire last a &hly appreciated the excei- ®H* var i d fare provided. No laughing at the extremely °1 George Mozart as he • vaj^oua typ 3 of patrons of from the flapper and gouty . Gie stalls to the sedate widow ■be „ and the coster

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Beverley and East Riding Recorder

Beverley and East Riding Recorder Yorkshire, England

27 Jun 1914

Beverley. Ask far Dean's and be sun you get Dsaa s. THE ROYAL vis TO HULL. Yesterday was a proud day f' citizens of Hull, for King George Queen Mary visited them order to the new Joint Dock, which has been years iu construction and has cost upon i'3,(KX),OOO

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

2 May 1914

Cheshire. ST. GEORGE’S COLLEGE. KINGSWAY. Late the Civil Department of King's College, Principal—Mr. W. BRAGLNTO.N, M.A. DAY. EVENING CORRESPONDENCE CLASSES. Excellent Science Laboratory. GIRtA CLASSES under Mia BRACINTON, M.A.. •t BT. GEORGES COLLEGE. RED

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

13 Nov 1914

and while was still the staff the Research Station for Leather Manufacture Vienna. that time, had no connection with Leeds University. At the request of the Amlin and Soda Fabnk, he entered into honourable engagement with that firm sell them tbo patent when

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

19 Aug 1914

Aldc-de-carap General to the King The King received Lord Kitchener in audience at Buckingham Palace yesterday morning. Lord Kitchener submitted the name of General Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien successor to General Grierson. The King was pleased to approve the

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

27 Mar 1914

conim’i- acter no< »s- L 58. Sheffield Telegraph. CO,Bmi sl eS s Agents anted to Sell Profitable r Otalogue free —May, 155, George at » - 71LECTR0-PLATE TRAVELLER, -- .. J-kigagemenf; partnership desires louneration not under £2so.—Address i~ , < ' re '

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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

5 Jun 1914

223 REPLY TO ICOITHDAT OZECTINGO. Lord Stamfordham. the King's private eons terry, writes from Palace that it boing impossible to deal individually with the thousands of birthday letters the King received from children in all parts of the country he a

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Star Green 'un

Star Green 'un Yorkshire, England

24 Jan 1914

(not George wife). Miss Lyndon,” 1 may say, has a reputation for extreme cleverness with the glove*, and has her husband, who very well known m the Worksop- Doncaster district. ODDS AND ENDS. I’m expecting to hear that both Johnny Lowry ana George have

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

22 Jun 1914

official Verdererof the New Forest. James Horlick, Interested in the Royal fchool of Art Needlework at Kensington, and in the King’s Colonial Forces. He resides at J. P. Maclay. Partner in a large firm of Glasgow shipowners, Messrs. Maclay and Mclntyre.

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

24 Feb 1914

realised that the Home Rule Bill was going to be passed. (Applause.) Tho THE KING DIKES AT LAMBETH PALACE. THEIRMAJESTIES INSPECT HISTORIC BUILDING. A UNIQUE VISIT. The King and Queen honoured the Archbishop of Canterbury and Mrs. Randall Davidson by

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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

4 Dec 1914

condition of the fighting line, it will universally felt that the King follow', !the highest call of duty, wet' a lofty le:ample to his subjects, and pays the truest oomplimemt to our gallant Allies. Not since George IT. fought at Gottingen has the British

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

19 Oct 1914

unlikely that the King and Queen will journey Scotland inspect the work when the conversion the Royal residence has been completed. Should their Majesties make the visit to Deeside they will only remain there one night, sinoe the King desires keep in the

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