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

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

10 Oct 1916

account of the development of universities. After referring to the fact that universities were a legacy to us from the socalled Dark Ages, he of the first university, or corporation of teachers, at Paris and of the University of Oxford, which was based the

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

11 Dec 1916

politicians lower rank than Mr. Lloyd George and Mr. The latter has been using what called the garden entrance more, than usual, and has thus avoided the crowd, while }lr. Lloyd George was scarcely seen in Downing all week* KING MANUEL LEEDS. THE DISABLED SOLDIER’S

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

2 Dec 1914

no-v ■tni’eT’ Pablos the Walklcy Division. The service was Belgium the war, thought w© ought to do Gilpin (contralto), Mr. George Oxlev (bass), Mr. atson lb T A and MACKIE & CO. DISTILLERS LTD. Island of Islay, London, and Glasgow. oIU, conducted by thc

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

5 Jun 1914

MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC. before the king. Several pleasant rehearsals otf the Vocal and Harmonic Society singers have already taken place, preparation for the King's and Queen's visit to the city on June 26th. Bes'des the setting of the National Anthem,

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

14 Aug 1917

belligerent nations to the King’s efforts behalf of the wounded and prisoners war. They saw that their King’s humane intentions were enhancing Spanish prestige far and wide; and the dream of a final Congress at Madrid, which King Alfonso should appear as

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

24 Feb 1915

replied: Everybody will be consulted.” A University Emergency. Powers PHI. which has been introduced and read a first time, will remove the somewhat seriou- - difficulty in the wav of students and teachers the Universities of Oxford end Carabridce who have joined

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

19 Dec 1914

Divisional Royal Bngknocns (signal company), captaan; Ddwiund Frederick Montagu Brown (8.A., Oxon), Universities and Public Schools Regime nit, private; Walter George Burt (Doncaster), 28th Bn. County London (Artists' Rites), private; Hugh Bury (Barnsley), R

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

30 Mar 1915

explain the reason.” COMMISSIONS FOR LOCAL GENTLEMEN. Mr. Henry Burrows Gallimore, M.A., of The Cambridge, and King College. Cambridge University, only son of Mr. Henry Gallimore and Mrs. Galhmorc. of Hallam House, Tapton, Sheffield, has been gazetted S

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

9 Dec 1914

(Mr. T. W. Fry) fined Constantine £9. RUSSIAN UNIVERSITY HONOURS KING ALBERT. Petrograd, Tuesday. The University Petrograd has made the King the Belgians honorary member. the same sitting, the University struck off the list of honorary members the German

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough

Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough Yorkshire, England

27 Feb 1914

Bartholomew’s. Sir William Osier, Bart., F.R.S. Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford. Sir Clifford Allbutt, K.C.8., F.R.S. Regius Professor of Physic, University of Cambridge. W. H. H. Jessop, F.R.C.S. Senior Ophthalmic Surgeon and Lecturer

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

5 Apr 1915

there in Hebrew under Professor Dr H. Gollancz. He also took lectures in logic and psychology University and King's Colleges. In 1913 he graduated at the University of London, taking B.A. honours in Hebrew and Aramic, including Syriac, and passing with firstclass

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

20 Jan 1914

Professor Sir Arthur Outlier-Couch. King Edward VIL Professor of English Literature in the University of Cambridge; Professor George Saintsburv. M.A . LL.D.. D.Litt., Professor Rhetoric and English Literature, University of Edinburgh; Professor Henrv Cecil

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Whitby Gazette

Whitby Gazette Yorkshire, England

26 Jun 1914

Senator of Donitnion ol' Canada: William William George Walker. V.C., Commandant Ilepwonh Mereer. one of the Crown Agents Ist Halt. Gnrka Ritle>; and Col. foiirlfor the Colonies; «nd Lieut.-Col. George *nay Clark Manifold. Indian Ser- Kyles. Consulting

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Whitby Gazette

Whitby Gazette Yorkshire, England

2 Mar 1917

Australian Navy, which has been blooded effectively in this war. He was in the Old Canada, on the North American station when King George was a midshipman in her. The Pacific, the Mediterranean, and China have all known him, but perhaps his most exciting experiences

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Star Green 'un

Star Green 'un Yorkshire, England

30 May 1914

not obey the command the lawn tennis player often disregards and makes a strike that may be good. Tha VlHa’i Sceratary* Mr. George B. Ramsey, the Aston Villa secretary, was reported early last week to be much better. On Saturday, however, he was not quite

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

7 Aug 1915

the Distinguished Service BETWEEN KINGS. UNSHAKABLE CONVfCTION TWO MONARCHS. HAVRE, Thursday. On the occasion of anniversary of the Ultimatum addressed to Belgium by Germany, King George sent die following telegram to King Albert : On the occasion of the

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Huddersfield Daily Examiner

Huddersfield Daily Examiner Yorkshire, England

25 Jun 1914

Wilson, c Woo b King 53 e Ship.uau King Oldioyd,-b 8r0wn. * c and b King I Duuton. b King b Brown Kllnor^cLord b Wood 1« c Sharp b Brown .. 11 Clauzbton, c Sharp Brown c>h irp King . 3 Dmkl b King 8« c Coo Wood 41 Birtleu, Lord b King 28 c b 8r0wn

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

13 Oct 1916

elder brother. King Ludwig the Second, he was proclaimed King, but being incapable of ruling, his uncle. Prince Luitpold, was made Regent. On the latter's death, his sou. Prince Ludwig, was made Regent, and 1913 proclaimed King in view of King Otto s condition

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

19 Oct 1915

professional teachers. Promenade conversations. Hours and days the choice of the pupils. For information apply to Mr. A. Georges, of the University of Liege, 26, Stanley rd, Meetsbrook, Sheffie'd. ACCOUCHEMENT.— Good HOME offered, before and during; moderate.

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

20 Oct 1916

communicated information with respect the supply and condition of certain material of His Majesty the King, in letter dated Aug., addressed to one George Hsffslovich, New York, contrary to the Defence of Realm Act. Jr. J JCING. IPhoto.: The second summons

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