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  • County: Yorkshire, England
  • For Years: 1914 - 1917

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

20 Sep 1915

but it may be worth our learning. LONDON LETTER. MR. LLOYD GEORGE AND COMPULSION. (By Special Wire From Our Own Correspondents.) 65, Fleet-street, Sunday Night The letter in which Mr. Lloyd George reviews the situation as it bears upon the question of compulsory

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

3 Jun 1915

THE KING'S BIRTHDAY. NATIONAL CONGRATULATIONS. Honour 1 King George is receiving to-day heartfelt congratulations from all quarters attaining his Fiftieth Birthday. There will, course, festive celebrations the event. His Majesty was born 1865, and ascended

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Type: Illustrated
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

29 Sep 1915

THE KfcWS. Hi* Majesty King returned to Leeds yesterday Morning, and paid a visit to the East Leeds War llo.sjmaJ, where conversed with number wounded soldier*, and decorated one man with the Distinguished Conduct Medal. Tho King afterwards journeyed to

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 May 1917

‘CAMOENS” PROFESSORSHIP AT KING'S COLLEGE. On lines of the Cervantes Chair of Spanish, which was established last year, it now proposed to establish Chair of Portuguese Language and Literature in the University of London, King’s College, as a timely and

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Shipley Times and Express

Shipley Times and Express Yorkshire, England

25 May 1917

rendered. Mr. McKee is an Ulster man and was educated at Lurgan College. Queen's College (now Queen’s University). Belfast, ami at the Royal University of Ireland. His col. lege career was exceptionally brilliant. At his degree examination in the year 1890

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

29 Dec 1916

THE LORD REFUGE THE v City and Commercial Gentlemen QUICK JAJNCSI or at POWOLNV'S, King Street For 1 able King l'j-4 1605, and 'icSO. RE-OP ANNOUNCEMENT. 43. KING STREET, HULL The- S-c.hoc-I vill RE-OPEN Ist JANUARY, 1017 ALL SUBJECTS, There are- oxf

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Type: Advertisement
Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

1 Jan 1916

Honoured the King. The list of men whom the King has delighted to honour this New’ War’s Day is one of exceptional interest. No one would pretend that it recognises only those who have served the nation best in the war. the foremost men of action, Admiral

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

22 May 1916

3 MERCURY. MONDAY. MAY 22, Hi. KING HONOURS army op the people a linthwaite lad. night work for pawnbrokers slack. WAR HEROES. FOR THE PEOPLE. WOMEN WOOIX'OMBEKS , ♦ IMPRESSIVE MILITARY FUNERAL PLEDGE TRADE SAID TO BE MILITARY CROSS FOR Af^ H v, I R p»

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

8 Dec 1914

THE KING TO HIS ARMY. After luncheon with Field-Marshal Sir John French, the King took his departure from General Headquarters. Before leaving, His Majesty issued the following special Order of the Day to' the Army : special order of the day, BY HIS MAJESTY

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

12 Apr 1917

THE KING REPLY M. POINCARE. The following is the text of a message sent by President Poiucaru t-o King George:— I have much pleasure congratulating your Majesty the splendid MICCC-S achieved hv your bravo troop*. I have doubt that it is the prelude fresh

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

25 Apr 1914

Night. King is still emphatic in favour of early hours, and has made it clear that when the Queen and he are present, dancing at a ball must commence by 10 o’clock, as he wishes to be back at Buckingham Palace by midnight. This spring the King and Queen

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

9 Apr 1917

KING’S MESSAGE TO MR. WILSON. WAR FOR REAT I DEALS NOBLY SET FORTH. (From the War Press Bureau.) London, Saturday. The following telegram has been sent the King to the President of the United States I desire, behalf of the Empire, to offer my heartfelt

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

2 Jan 1917

IFFFERIES and DORIS TREVELYAN. Varieties. GEORGE CROWTHEH. RO6CO and OOSTA, and GEO Office open 10 to 4. To City and Commercial Gentlemen QUICK LUNCH or DINNER at POWOLNY'S, King Edward Street For ' able King Up 1554,1655, and 4680. EDUCATION. Jjl TON

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough

Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough Yorkshire, England

17 Jan 1914

Market-place. Aocorddng to the piate which now is the possession of Mx George Dov.-son, of Brooke House, Thirsk. the old structure rectangular form was built John Wallace for George Dowson, a draper of in 1777. Mr has also silver tankard ;■* ttiiu iilii

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

6 Sep 1916

BEAR SCHOOLS, LTD., 43. KING EDWARD ST.. HULL. Tel 2105 Corp- YMERS COLLEGE, Master: H. GORE, MA. NEXT TERM; TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th, 1316. JUNIOR SCHOOL FOR BOYS FROM TO 12. CLASSICAL AND MODERN SIDES. PREPARATION for UNIVERSITIES. PROFESSIONAL and COMMERCIAL

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Beverley and East Riding Recorder

Beverley and East Riding Recorder Yorkshire, England

19 Jun 1915

THE KING’S BUSINESS The true function of king in a oenstrtutional and democratic country i« neither political nor administrative; is pre-eminently social. What has do (say* Mr A C. Benson. C.V.0.. in the “Quiver”) is to share and interpret the aims and

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Shipley Times and Express

Shipley Times and Express Yorkshire, England

6 Mar 1914

King and Queen at a Hospital. A surprise visit to St. Thomas’s Hospital was Monday by King George and Queen Mary- Dressed in velvet costumo her favourite mauve colour, with black hat and mauve feather, Queen made the patients successive wards feel quite

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

7 Jun 1916

Uncrowned King of Men. The Kev. F. B. Meyer says: —Four days ago Lord Kitchener was good enough give prolonged interview T>r. Clifford,' Rev. J. H. Shakespeare, Dr. Garvie, and myself the subject of the conscientious objectors, and the memory of that

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

3 Sep 1917

CHINA'S MESSAGE KING cfEORGE. Tito following telegram has-been sent the President the Chinero Republic King George: Please my. sincere thanks for your -telegram congratulation entry into the war against common enemy the China, ha. been universally acknowledged

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

24 Jul 1914

RECORDS AT BRADFORD. CROWD DESPITE fi WEATHER, KING’S HORSES. attendance record was establislied i ‘kshire Show at Bradford yester- him stiles had closed, at seven jj* W night, it was found that 49,487 a d passed through them, as com Ad-day recoi-d of

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