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  • For Years: 1914 - 1917

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

30 Sep 1915

ROOMS, NEW BEIGGATE EioJosiv* Eights for Leeds. Mast Mflcmfioent the KING’S VISIT TO-THE LEEDS MILITARY HOSPITALS, SHOWN DAILY. [■pkEWSBURY EMPIRE. To-night, at 7 9. Porwt, M. Qaitaro, Otto Viola, fafartl Gray. Hanwr and Gray, &c. ;T>AT R Y PICTURE PALACE

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

24 Sep 1915

DEATH OF DR A. W. SCOTT. A WELL-KNOWN HULL SURGEON. V.'e ren,ri announce the death at Northern Military Hospital Leeds, of Dr Arthur \V. Scott, of Felixstowe, Now land, and of 173, Beverley-road, Hull. The death, which was quit unexpected, took place

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

20 Nov 1916

photographer. The result seen above —four V.C. heroes, arm-in-arm. Left to right—Sergeant Davis, V.C., Private Todger Jones, V.C., Sergeant Sanders, V.C., and Private Hill, V.C. (S. and G.) < J ; '■■ Jr s' ■■■■■■■l v*'

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Whitby Gazette

Whitby Gazette Yorkshire, England

7 Apr 1916

KING GEORGE ON HIS OWN to hospitals ' that Kina V’. habitually makes, lb© i Royal party was grouted the door of ward tlie «>Utor. Looking Kim in a puzslca way. sh© wont up Hi* MajeKty and if would like bo shown round the ward. Your faq®. Sir/’ ah<* **

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

29 Sep 1915

IIE KINO LEEDS. rl; ;lT ANOTHER MILITARY UOSHTAL. ITU THt WOUNDED. • in vMtcrUav uiorumg h.>'t L»*cMilitary Hospital. in thv city an hour A .iw.inU travelled to Shef•t. busy alter noon. Again * i the »Jt.zeiu Lt'eds were • they av>euibleil consider*

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

30 Jul 1917

She LEEDS, MONDAY, JULY 30, 1917. SUMMARY THE NEWS. The King, addressing military cadets Sandhurst on Saturday, said they had learnt the first principles command, namely, to obey. Discipline was the bedrock whole military structure. Without it army was

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

3 Oct 1914

proprietors of Glaxo have presented several hundred cases their New Zealand dried milk to the military hospitals. A motor-car load is here seen ready for the Leeds Hospital at Beckett's Park, more than ordinary truth they were world-truth. She had been fool —&

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 Oct 1916

LORD FRENCH VISITS THE EAST LEEDS MILITARY HOSPITAL. During his continued tour of the Leeds munition factories and hoepitail#, Lod French yesterday visited the East Leeds Military Hospital. Beckertt-street. the picture the famous soldier seen in the

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

22 Feb 1915

INSPECTION OF LEEDS VOLUNTARY AID TRANSPORTS. Surgeon-General W. TV. Kenny inspecting motor-cars at Beckett's Park Military Hospital, Leeds. Some fifty cars have been promised in connection with the Yorkshire Voluntary Aid Transport Serv ice. Mercury

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

30 Mar 1916

SNOWED CP. LEEDS ABANDONED ~, military HOSPITAL EXTENSION. eat disappointment in Lewis yesterday ictc turn o: events which Lord •vented from fulfilling his programme the city. was known up in the Midlands on Tue-iday, was hoped that would able I Leeds time

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

11 Dec 1916

X-KING MANUEL AT BECKETT’S PARK, LEE | ■ > ' Ex-King Munue'l Portugal visited Beckett’s Park Hospital, Leeds, Saturday, when inspected the wards. Our picture shows the distinguished visitor, accompanied by some of the staff. Left to right: 001. Jones

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

28 Jul 1915

KING'S VISITS TO MILITARY HOSPITALS. WILL LEEDS BE INCLUDED IN THE ITINERARY? The Announcement that the has been visiting tome of the military hospitals in the province* set Leeds people wondering whether His Majesty will pay visit to the 2nd Northern

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

18 Jun 1915

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. (Front our Correm’ondexts.') Major J. A. Coupland, M.8., F.R.C.S., 2nd o r thorn General Hospital. Leeds, been selected service with the Expeditionary Force. capthiu the U.A.M.C. alter the furmalicm the Territorial Force 1908. and

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

6 Oct 1914

MOTOR AMBULANCES FOB LEEDS MILITARY HOSPITAL. The staff of the tnd Northern General Hospital Beckett’s Perk, Leeds, yesterday became poascaeed their, second motor ambulance. is the gift of Hn. Currer Briggs, and is * completely equipped end most useful

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

3 Apr 1915

551. SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1915. v ■* '■\jAUBA *• > ffr -'■ '^i y: ■■:■ :■ ~ ■tgKMSßfcaf ' -xs. V . ;. I j ' ■ I -■ •* ••• I ja ■ ■■—■■■ '■' -■■i .. S^~|, ‘| .^•''‘^• -;--y , '‘‘-.---' -^ ,. f- c .X-.5v..•,••. . .vv.v. ■ vX-. »y.-. A photograph

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1915

KING GEORGE VISITS LEEDS. BUSY MORNING WITH THE MUNITION WORKERS. CHATS WITH THE VETERANS. WOUNDED HEROES DECORATED AT THE HOSPITAL. His Majesty King Geor paid visit Leeds, yesterday, bringing Royal word of couragement to the munition workers in the city

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

29 Sep 1915

THE KING ADDRESSING WOUNDED SOLDIERS. After making atour of the wards at the East Leeds Hospital, the King addressed those wounded iren who were far recovered to be able to gather outside. Behind His Majesty were number nurses. (Mercury.”) WOUNDED A

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Beverley and East Riding Recorder

Beverley and East Riding Recorder Yorkshire, England

5 Jun 1915

the King George Hospital. contains nearly 2,000 beds. While attempting to rescue a dog from a canal lock at Tipton, Staffordshire, a man fell into the water and was drowned. It proposed that airmen shall be employed to locate the seals for the fleet when

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

4 Dec 1914

LEEDS MERCURY, FRIDAY, DEOEMRER 4, 1914. ING GEORGE GOES INTO THE FIRING LINE TO SEE HIS TROOPS AT WORK KING GEOKGE IN THE FIRING LINE. GERMAN GUNS IN ACTIVE. SHARING THE LUCK OF HIS FIGHTING MEN. NIEUPORT AND SOUTH OF VPRES BOMBARDED BUSY DAYS IN FRANCE

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

6 Dec 1915

V.C. FOR TWELVE HEROES. THE KING DECORATES LEEDS POLICEMAN. AM PROUD OF YOU.” Prom Our Special Correspondent, London, Saturday With the aid stick, a tali and built artillerjman limped into Falace this morning. was Acting-Sergeant J. C. Baynes, before

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