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6 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Bedfordshire, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Illustrated

Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

28 Sep 1839

Rev. Mr and Mrs Knller, Mr Folliet Powell and family. Rev. Mr and Mrs Whitehurst. Hey. Mr Moore. Mr end Mr* Mountain. Captain Vntes, .Mr and .Mrs (ieorge lioolb. Miss Kurrars, Mr Harris, Mr Grant, R**r. . View article

Type: Illustrated
Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

13 Feb 1841

bar, beforo Mr. Ballaolioe. tbe presiding magistrate. Mr. Hodgson sad Mr. I’elbam. the solicitors, appeared the professional advisers of the captain and male, aad in the evening, when the depositmns were reed over, Mr. C. Phillips and Mr. Clarkson, the

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Type: Illustrated
Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

9 Nov 1839

the ult., Mr. Thomas iJlmsey to Sarah, the eldest daughter of Mr. John Fenson, of Ulchin. On the 7th Uwt, Mr. Philip Ashton, of Grey Friars Walk Betlford, 7U. ti»e lOtli «fet, at the house of his brother Txtudim, docuiy and sincerely lamented, Mr. Edward

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Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

7 Feb 1846

for haring adopted the course announced Sir James Graham. Mr. J. Manners was in of Mr. Watson's proposal. The Church of Ragland was In need no such defence a these enactments professed to afford. Mr. O’CouneU commented the inconsistency of punishing Act

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Type: Illustrated
Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

3 Jan 1846

were, Mr. Lavender, of Wurwick-court, Mr, Cliphain, Spring Gardens; Mr. Tattersall, Pall Mall; and Mr* Valentine, Bluomsbiiry* square. The candalates were not voted for until the numbers w>-m two—namely, Mr. Lavender and .Mr Valentine, when Mr. Lavender

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Type: Illustrated
Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

14 Sep 1839

Taa Ma* Bacaaonaa. Mr. fkaaaia Tktrakili Bariag, Ckaacalltr af At Ka- Ataait, iaAaaldaat alaicTktaaa Battag, gael.aad aapßaaal Lead dakkaa«aa. Mr. Baaiag kat diffcrad ia palitira ralaHrar, Were af akan kata aaataia Aakaaae. Al Ozlaed Mr. Barm aMaiaad die

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Type: Illustrated