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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 Times and Advertiser

Luton Times and Advertiser Bedfordshire, England

17 Sep 1915

under the seat, and Mr. Laird took it, whereupon Marlow said That’s not your property, and you won t well have it. not the pair of you. also said to witness, Smith. 1 call on in the name of the King assist me. want, this cabbage.” Mr. Laird took two cabbages

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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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Luton Times and Advertiser

Luton Times and Advertiser Bedfordshire, England

10 Mar 1911

displayed «*n th© i.ai mv inhle ’*■' ..n pi-^* J»(l i>\ Mr. M. lion, Mr, II himl Mr. .Inlm WdnUlr* li-nl |ir»nni*-*«t •uWriplkm**. Mr. UU In* lih.l lih.l .Kin InjoK r»ltli i. turn..l fnun Slmq«rnli.in. Mr ronil»*rli»n.l ► »U1 lm tli.niuht it m.hil.l Iw* Iwttnr

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

15 Dec 1906

had Mr. Joe. Rushbrooke,J.P., Mr. W. Claridge, 7s. 6,1.; Mr. William Sale, Baldock, °nee :i teattire of country life. Those birds. Mr. Goodman thought that if they• • h rden . J.P Mr. Jamei Brown (Hon. Secretary), Southdown Tec X 2 2a. 6d.; Mr. A.

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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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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

2 May 1919

Sir. H. Hale, Mrs. Mein it»l. whereas the Bunyan Meeting in Bedford Skinner. -Mrs. T. C. Hipwell. Mr. fauayl £l2 lis. made inhume, and found Mr. .1. W. Crossinan. Dr. G. that Stagsden had vegetable sale which Mirks Mr Svdnev Wells, and Mr. Beau- all day

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Luton Times and Advertiser

Luton Times and Advertiser Bedfordshire, England

3 Feb 1911

~wH, WMr il., Ini,. .Uni 8Tttj.1.,,,: Col. hm. Mr H. •• millinon.. ,t,.l tl.rt, I-no .Mr.ll! tt . \ n-I r-nl,nt C.4.h.i,, Mr, I MmtaM. ..nl i n f, OT ,„„„, iWH, .. In IW wle- .4 N-Mion.l ivj-irtyl Mr A TU0,..|~. K11k .n,ph,..i. Ittrko. ibp.h.r.n

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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

14 Apr 1911

Sharpin'. Mr. B. Halliley, Ur. Nash. to tWs Veto Bill the Government there Mr Harold Howard. Mr. J. P. White, beautiful preamble winch said somc- Farrar Mr. M, Townley, Mr C. earn oho w there was to be a C Maltbv, Dr. Bower, Mr. C. Stafford, Mr. Upp<. r

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

28 Dec 1901

low bed in hi. mother's cottage calling nut in his delirium for his sweetheart. Maggie Fra,r, and imploring that he should not be given up to the limbs of the law. Quietly and unobserved Jock went outaide, pulling hi. Tam-o'•Shantei well over hi. head. for

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

18 Jul 1908

Warwick; Jumping: Mr. J. P. }Weigel Harter. Crudeld Court, and Mr. Dangles Creasman, Grenades Han; Cattle. Mr. Goo. Taylor, Cranford, and Mr. A. Britten, BO - Han; Channel Islands Cattle. Mr. F. H. Betharet..Anten Mato Wass Milk Twits.' Mr. P. Walker. AsdrosF

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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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Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

24 Jul 1908

under the supervision of Miss Eveleigh, Miss Chard, Mrs Lowe and Mrs Phillips; toys. Miss Hue and Miss Stokes; flowers, Miss Phillips and Miss Gibbons; refreshments. Mrs Barnes, Mrs Cross, Miss Evans and Mrs Stokes ; bran-tub, Miss Winnie Barnes. A bottle

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

20 Jul 1914

Luton Hoo; 3 and r.. Mr. A. Laird, Sundon. Three rants, any breed, and champion. lst and 3rd. Mr. A. Laird; c.. Mr. H. Gates, tinadon. Pure brad theaero, any breed.—lst, Lady Wernher, 2nd. 3rd, and reserve ehaanpion, Mr. A. Laird: 'Lc., Mr. H. Gate., Sundae

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Luton News and Bedfordshire Chronicle

Luton News and Bedfordshire Chronicle Bedfordshire, England

8 Feb 1917

purchasing the stock. These included . Allsupp, from Lancashire. Mre. Haywaxd I (Surrey), Mr. Jno. Chi vers (Cambridge), Mr. | Mood (E.ssox), Mr. Hiscock Mr. Baker (Lady agent, Luton Hoo), tho agents of the Duchess Albany and tho Duke of Grafton, and a co

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Bedford Record

Bedford Record Bedfordshire, England

20 Jul 1909

to the district was encouraged by these His Grace the Duke of Bedford is this year's President of the Society, and the Vice- President is Mr. George . E. Brown. His Grace and Mr. Brown, with Mr. C. P. Hall and Mr. H. H. Green, took an early walk round

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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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