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  • County: Bedfordshire, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

18 Mar 1893

will be twenty mats aws', gin It be a furlong. Our young laird bad a Draw bunting lodge there, wherein the season he wee wont to spend weeks timeliest we his kinsman, Moab, Solt, for the Young laird was moo' fond of deer stalking, sad sic like sport. i dins&

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

15 Apr 1893

One meanest, Mrs. Roes, if you please, said the young lady, gently arresting her steps. ledt as nosey yell phase, to ask y dame. mtalla ge;aa b. = is a slew awl hestiltag manner. • Have sees or heard anything were of that girl, Mrs. Roes ? Mesabi(

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Bedford Record

Bedford Record Bedfordshire, England

6 Sep 1898

to show old Charlie Dunn that his Leddy s u b a mem o. Old charge ' es b e Niggle woes myth, and here he was baulked of his noted oar white bees ad Mated eyes. Gordon only •PliertnnitY• age v ie on ly use w ho seared his w awa ..if. Cu, As we strolled

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

6 Aug 1892

Lewes Manse, mewl whom were Mr Balfour Mr Gashes, Mr litashepe. Mr Matthews.- Mr Porweed, IL de Worse, Mr &reddest, Sir Herbert Mazwe4 Mr AkeneDosiglei, the Lord Advcoate, Ilatiettor-Geseral for ileottaad, Sir WURay Walrosd, Mr Casipbell-Bammermaa. ..d lir

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Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette

Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette Bedfordshire, England

3 Dec 1867

savs, it hehl on Wednesday afternoon, at the farmhouse of Mr. can never rain but it pours outright. For, 1 will het Lowndes pi cousin of Mr. Cooke), whoa only the inv diamond brooch against Mrs. Pinchbeck’s j*or- evidence of the servant and the two farm

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

13 May 1893

one and the same. But what was the name of the lady who adopted little Miss Berwyn. It was Mrs. Paulet, sir. %What ! lie exelaimed. Mrs. Paulet, sir. tier name wss Mrs. Diana Paulet. His name was Mr. William Pilule. A great change came over ILlyell's

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

8 Jul 1893

famous Scotch judge, Baron Stairs, presided. On his right and left sat Mr. Justice Kinloch and Mr. Justice Guthrie.. Quite a large number of lawyers, law officers, and writers to the signet were present. Mr. James Stuart, Q.(' , was the prosecutor on the

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Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

24 Aug 1861

uniform attention to him daring his exhibitions at the Palace, Blondin has presented Mr. Rose, clerk of the works, with a richly-chased silver snuff box ; Mr. H. Thompson, of the Secretary’s office, with a silver cigar case; and Mr. B. Wood, of the Fine Arts

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Luton Times and Advertiser

Luton Times and Advertiser Bedfordshire, England

24 Jul 1896

tUtiog that Mr. (Heouter had complaioed that the right way throogh the B'tcst'Mill yard had been etoppwl by the teoaot there. Mr. Laird, and Id odd* qoeoce people went round the mill and tree on hie »r. The eaid he ooderstaod that Mr. Laird not only ahot

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

26 Mar 1892

tall gentlemanly manager, bad sent in his rseig• nation announcing his very rapidly failing health ; and, looking In his pal* fain, no one doubted his statement. Blaisdel was just starting on • pleasure trip with his wife and daughter, but this affair would

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

15 Jul 1893

rune his lairdship came into the inn, and I made a bow, and offered his lairdehip the wedding.gift, wi' my master's respectful guid wishes. His lairdphip smiled pleasantly, and tauld me to fetch it after him up to his chamber. I followed my laird upstairs

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

8 Apr 1898

sa—ler. O. 1. Wady terbium' Oases) Ms Imes et lb. rebid empedies. Mims deem J. Omer Kr. Mr. W. Kr. J. J. Web sad Mr. P. L 0. KM} Mr. 0. T. Mid Atter. Mow) Mrs' le( rum bum Mr. W. to Ldes embed Baud) d Mad st WON.. and ethealid a i t Ith r e idis b a r sis

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Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette

Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette Bedfordshire, England

21 Feb 1899

Earl ' Crewe and Lady Margaret Primroee, younger I daughter of the Earl of Kouebery. His lordship, who is in his forty-first year, is the sou of Lord Houghton, the poet, better known, perhaps, as Richard Monckton Uilnes, and succeeded his father, who had

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

8 Jul 1899

SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1899. remora, arm., VACANT. it Is, Abram wirer Mr OSN 101 e 11011 lanA, Laillsaa I berm _GIRL 14 Worn r APPWITIOII ; Uwe oestertable bore; be wining Mora en aril work.—*hi PAWS', CoofscSkaor. Qeseee Park, Bodler4. a ly 8 et July, • Iran

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

2 Dec 1899

trameethe, The sale to Mr. Barker has only jest been complete). Mears. Helliley & Niemen appeared for fiplosr's Trent. Mr. U. Tebbe for Mr. J. Harris ; and Mr. Piper fol the debtor. Is reply to' the, Metal- Basetter, the debtor mid his ststement &tasks Wag

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

7 May 1892

Maxwell. lady semetsry ; Rev J. A Sharp sad Mr John Niolsoeou, boa. seeretari sad 3. W. Maxwell. trustees' treasurer. The Ladies ;X emiana7t - oooosabted of—Mrs Bartholomew. Mrs J. Is .:ter, Mrs deo. Baxter. Mrs Barisal, Mrs tioldsmith. Balch, Mrs J W. Maxwell

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

25 Aug 1899

amid M th• vies to have bees mask hurt, Mr. Bookaliant Mrs hit Mr tip sad peased, Mikis est her nisi It. It were MM.. forget that Cree l had Banjo—better wary way ; for It Mr Ow arm end hi. taidor garde is his tear. as Sit lb. de.pm. u.g mienr is her

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

24 Nov 1899

retriever. kly dear, • lady present 'I lie hoimetuseper, tees. The girl seemed lady fer the arst U. fell hack • mop two, dropped her epee her chest, grad up her shyly. End pet her =mg hiss • mopid and serkward Glad ie the pewees el • miners, Mr.. Limning. this

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

7 May 1898

Laag : Mr. Herbert King, sad Mr. Ernest King (Broom), Mr. Jobs Kiog Shelved Mill), Mr. William Kiag, Mr. Charles Hi ck. (Cardingtoa), Mr. G. F. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Payne (Cardiagtoe:; Mr. G. T. Firkin Clarke. Mr. Heary Lawler, View article

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Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette

Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette Bedfordshire, England

13 Aug 1895

her husband is of lower tank Chan his predecessor in her affections, then she must take his ■i-.ame, and descend to his station. The Duchesses of Marlborough and Buckingham only to Court as Lady William Beresford and Lady Egerton of Tatton respectively,

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