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Luton Times and Advertiser

Luton Times and Advertiser Bedfordshire, England

25 Feb 1916

Duchess of AlUmy, Lady M ember, tile Duke Bedford, K.G., Sir Gillwt Greeuall. Dr, Began. Mr. S. P. Edge, Mr. E. M’. Btcpheuson, (Ad cl Whitmore, the Eastern Counties Farmers' Company. Mr. J. Cook son. Mr. .1. I. Major.Mr. C. Spencer, Mr. A. Deighton, Messrs

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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

7 Apr 1922

find columns of such items as: Herliert Morey is ill with mumps.—Mrs. Ola Cant spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mr«*. Ilerliert Casey.—Mrs. Fannie Brown, of C a lexica, visited Mrs. Mary Brown and Miss Phoebe Brown this week. If wo attempted to mirror

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Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

27 Sep 1858

J^trafi. The Bight Hon. Sir Benjamin and Lady Hall are oo tour In BwHserlud. His Excellency the Ambassador of France has re re read to Albert-gate Boaae, (Tom the Ills of Pur- Itek. Mr. Christie, the late proprietor of tho Allot newspaper, obtained. on

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

16 Apr 1897

a' the wark o' ane Lady Trevor— The earl started yet more violently. The work of Lady Trevor? he repeated, in Ay, so I gathered free the speech o' Mr. Crafton wi' kliss Rome. Mr. Pulford coin' here yeller evenin' ca'ing himself Mr. Crafton, an' cum

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

3 Feb 1883

and his Secretary, Mr. Jeukiuson, atterwards the Earl of Liverpool. ' *Lose seas are rich specimens of Dutch and other mastem Of these we may touch lightly upon a few of prominent excellence iu Portrait of Le Brun, showing Le Brun seated at his easel

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

12 Jun 1903

MIL SUED BY MRS. PKARSIE. TBK .ICRNS VERDICT. At the Harbin Wont )•coart oa Mooney eon, .0 of tort 'mined hose the High Court Jester, v. Rem. or heard by hi. Hower Jade Shall. TM plartiff Mrs. Nellie Nam (wife Mr. Fmk P.. levy. . borer at Leto') arid

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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

5 Jan 1923

he ' , w Mr. W. K. Wallace. Mr. E. Hart. Colonel Orlebar. Mr Attenixwough. Mr. u. Allen. V Co aV - ?f r - Hanoid Mayor of Bedford) Mr G. Fownley. Mr. Dillingham. Mr. W. G. Hatfeild Harter. Mr A. G. Carrnthers. Mr. G. Chapman. Mr. W. Ell. Mr. W. Hipwell

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Luton Times and Advertiser

Luton Times and Advertiser Bedfordshire, England

3 Apr 1896

\-mr Kird'iu, .Vir. Tumi LiiT.ui (humonri't. In*ikin*_» •l.*nlv from hiamork); “My «l**;tr. I ><»u would bmtk tli.it hi! out loutl wh«*n you arc How you c*\|Ns-t t.> Miw. I.aifan: “Hut it’.- iln- iiiauu< \our own lunik 1 rmd.ntf, •!. air l.tfT.iii ; “Ah

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

6 Nov 1880

lifted his baud. Stop . he said, fixing his eyes ou her. Who are your' •• Letty By nee, your grace, returned Lefty, dropping a trembling courtesy. The new child's nurse, your grace. Child ! child ! muttered the duke I etween his teeth, him

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

23 Jul 1910

Mr. and Mrs. G. Haynes. Mr. E. I Kap*, Mr. H. W. Longburst, Mr. H. T. Eve, Mr. W. M. Peaces*, Mr. T. Barnard, Mr. B. Hawkins, Mr. C. C. Stafford, Mr. W. H. Allin, Mr F. Dennison, Mr. J. F. H. Harter, View article

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Luton Times and Advertiser

Luton Times and Advertiser Bedfordshire, England

26 Jun 1855

winter, Mrs. Crimsonbeak?” asked an acquaintance, meeting her the milliner’s. Oh, yes,” replied the lady, admiring an ostrich tip; ** Mrs. Fussanfeather and I are both out. Wedon t speak, you know.” Woman’s Wrongs.—“My dear,” remarked to his wife, **

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Luton News and Bedfordshire Chronicle

Luton News and Bedfordshire Chronicle Bedfordshire, England

31 Jul 1919

hoar. Tart Mr. G Clcke, Neaaden, guineasf°sow. Hopewell. Mr W. 0. Wellingborough. 53 guineas; g.U. it' lat Mr. E. W. berry. Bourne. guinea? gilt. Mary Ellen ftb. Mr J. Turney Leighton, guineas; boat, Warner. Lady gilk B.mdon Buttercup fat. Mr. A t,- nmiocx

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Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

6 Dec 1873

Davies. On one occasion snvi’ laird was waited on a neighbour to request his name accommodation to a “ bit bill for for three months, which led to following characteristic colloquy : —Na, na, I canna dae that.— Why for no, laird Y Ye hae dune the same thing

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Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

7 Nov 1863

brougham with lady whom represented his wife, and was then supplied with goods the amount of £lB 10a. bad stated that his town address was 2, Hanover street, and his country residence was Kirklington, in Oxfordshire. Fully believing his statement the

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

17 Jul 1909

' bread, Y.P., Lord Ampthill, Mr. A. H. .. ' Hem and well and Sons, Bharnbrook, red, Baron Wingfield, Mr. G. E. Brown, Mr. Guy Pyre, swathes. - h ; E ad ;1 W. Anderson. Toddington, red Mt. T. H. Barnard. Col. josselyn Mr. W. t .. 04 * ., 7:- 'Blossom

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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

16 Jul 1909

W. I Brittain, Flitwick, “Sunny Jim/' Mr. Crisp thanked His Lordship for his remarks. There were many who knew more of the commercial trade Ampthill, but, a member of the Council for the past fourteen years, his colleagues and himself felt in a measure

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

26 Jan 1911

LUTON LIBERALS AND THE Visit of Mr. Ashton, M.P. Mr. T. G. Ashton, M.P., on Tuesday evening paid his visit to the constituency since the General Election. The erosion was a victory ostehraten, organised by the South Beds. Laird Aasociation, in tie Plait Hall

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

14 Jan 1898

hews tams, dr. Reglosld Ards was the handsomest lase of his day, sir, sod you are his privet imp I This was extremely embereamiag, to my tie hod of it, to say modest mo. 1 wes p Lezi . n , g, Mr. Carew, that the if . lll of Reginald Ca a book a quartile

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

16 Aug 1901

He had peyote. flfsyson .t his plus td honinesa because k.. thonght could better bear • tetra d were not ft. home his darling. To Intern ale him sad to hear words would eti,vwdly semi them formenada he wore thm he hear. His bran ht rot that he could

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

21 May 1918

consideration.—Mr. H. Gardner. Co-opted people are usna.ly faddists.—Mr. H. Impey. If you want a thing done, get a busyman to do it.—get. F. C. ltlahony. • We want to get rid of the stigma of Poor Law.—Mr. W. J. Primett. I'm not a lady.—Mr. H. W. Lathom

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