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  • County: Bedfordshire, England
  • Type: Illustrated

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

26 Apr 1901

harrier be weepy*, Lady Cowley conplained of that order that par the fear as woh awn as she, the innocent party. had lady Cowley wee eureary award to boy. who was only tea ran old, and when he with her .to wee hi. errant ; errs sway from Mr the boy MA way

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

10 Feb 1899

over again rand the girl of his bre for Mr, and at am be asked her to wary TM. he mite and skid praiser hi. WM to Ind tie arm's atop'?..itrose.wor might have been anticipated. The par road retired brewer, who had drams of his .ay ew md Mir goon./ tote

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

18 Nov 1905

civic as represented ihy the Corporation of Bedford, and all the rest. Mr. Thom.as ball , churchwarden, and the side men. Mr. G. C. Walker, Mr. Tbompsza. Mr. G. O. Potter. and Mr. 'Thomas frmith;ably sesintnd b. Non-ebremiesiosed °Seers, attoranc.l to

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

28 Oct 1899

bows has haw posessaid by Mr. W. B. Colliagridge his sada, tows by say wadi. arespt to obvious sae that it shall proowed • of the pod. I. tbo wrest a Cowper brim forded, do most oatmeal hens which woad the bower, Mr. will border his Cowper sad Newts. the

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Luton Reporter

Luton Reporter Bedfordshire, England

24 Mar 1899

satins en which the comfort or his life depend. You might have den. se well, said his mother, deepairbsa . ; . and now— Ali, well I am bitterly • led in yoe ! Max, oh. said at length, ng over to tar, and laying hand. on his Moulder. nod looking meetly

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Bedford Record

Bedford Record Bedfordshire, England

2 Apr 1901

Penmen, Mr. and Mrs. BoWareld, Mts. Willis= R. Boesdeld, Mr. Edward Fitt-her, Mr. BOnghaat (Sapid. teadeet of the Bandy School), Miss Murdock (Roe. Secretary), Mr. k. Foster, Mr. William Stewart, Mrs. B. 0. Pelmet, Mrs. Wardle, Mire Wardle, sad Mr. R. IL

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

24 Jan 1903

present Mr. H. Tebbe. Mr. W. G. C. Mitchell, Mr. S. L. Litwin. Mr. W. Deane, Mr. F. Thoino.on. Mr. and Mr.. G. C. Walker. Mr. H. T. Bann, Mr. Theurer trepreeenting Mr. Burr. proprietor of the Swan Hotel). Mr. George Allen. View article

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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

22 Feb 1918

were Mr. and Mr*, s. not place your order at once, c-'iisnlt him; (Cranfiellh Mr. Weils. Miss Well . Mr. about voiir Spring Wearing Apparel. Speci-1 Mrs. Walter IVliit. Mr. and Mrs. A. • 'O’* ality -MEN'S and BOVS’ SL ITS. Gent s Rid- (Dedfoidi. Mr. and

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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

5 Oct 1951

stationed at the Ist Army Balloon Company, K.A.i'. Cardington. lor driving a lorry without oue care and attention. His licence was endorsed. Mr. H. L. Balcheldor, prosecuting. described incident in Crrdington Hoad in August, when P.c. Wilson, who was duty

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

1 Aug 1908

Winters. Mr. E. Twelvetreee. Mr. J. 8. Marsom, Mr. G. K. Pope, Mr. F. C. Kitchener. Mr. E. F. Kitchener. Mr. A. Cole. Mr. and firs. T. and Mr. C. Bath, Nurse Brown. Mr. D. M. Spoils. Mr. J. Saunders, Mr. H. Sandon, Mr. F.

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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

12 Nov 1909

Swales, 26; Mr. 11. E. Prothero, j£2; C. Iblmtt, 10/-; J. Cowley, 2.C; J. Draper. 2/6; W. Uartop, jBl; Anonymous, jBS; Mr. F. A. Wythes, 10'-; Mrs. Wythes, 10/-; D. Jefferies, 5/-; W. Swales, 2/-; Mr. Price. 5/-; Mrs. Abbott, 2/6; A Stranger. 6d.; Mr. Dragging

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Luton News and Bedfordshire Chronicle

Luton News and Bedfordshire Chronicle Bedfordshire, England

26 Nov 1936

meeting h a decree nisi. from Mrs. Ada Warren, of Park-road held Letchworth under the auspices of Qn the suggestion of his Lordship, West , Luton. me t ?,r>p hrtd Bedford Saturday the Peace Pledge Union. petitioner agreed to allow his wife 10s. Accused had asked

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

27 Aug 1892

Cheated, heads 'of' Mrs Victory. The moment had 'Mostly come lot him to speak. He paved himself. ' And I—l, oh, Mrs Victory, like you to—to--' be paused , and, thrusting his haled into Me leek*, in his confusion, dragged forth his poekat-' hsadkerobiat

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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

19 Nov 1909

Allen, Mr. R, X. Farmer. Mr. and Sirs, and Mrs. W. Dynes Mrs Waldron. Mr. K I.he, I, a verv anient »■„,!. r, end 1.;.,- Mar-hall. Mr. and Mrs. Graves. Miss Cor- Mrong. Mr. Payne Mr. and Mrs, Hannnm. *. , .vrc «h'jil the viiliigi‘. She niick, Mr-. Williamson

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Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

17 Jun 1876

has that Mr Bright in the past. It has long been a matter regret to his friends that his advocacy of the League and the advanced Liberal platform has only been possible outside the walls of St. Stephen’s. Mr Chamberlain has, even more than Mr Dixon, been

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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

8 Apr 1910

klr. and Mrs. flowings; Mr and Mrs. J F. Monk; Mr. Mrs. A. W*. Smith; old friends Mr. and Mrs. G. Nixon ; Mr. and Mrs. O. Wells; John, Alfred”; Joe and Harrold friend, the Committee of the Conservative Club, the Hairy men of Bedford. Mrs. Flood and

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Bedford Record

Bedford Record Bedfordshire, England

9 Apr 1901

finhy Mrs. Material : I am may you are going made Pelt in P u g h d y, taken se a pupil. He played for IMMO time, and hies of the t forgotten back to Germany. Had I not better get another these Dena der then lud the opinion of the mo t muter , w hi c h

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Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

24 Jan 1891

Wantage, Mr Herbert and Mr Julius Arkwright, Henry Beauford, Rev Sir F. L. Robinson, Herbert Bartons, Mr Watson, &c. Among the company were the Hon. Mrs and Misses Marsham, Sir F. L. and leidy Robinson, Mrs Rowland Alston, Julius Arkwright and party, Mr T.

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Ampthill & District News

Ampthill & District News Bedfordshire, England

15 Jun 1901

being mostly seated at one opposite the Mayor. At another table oat the 51ayoress, Mrs. T. Lee Roberts. Mrs. J. Potter. Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. Poole and Iseveral other ladies. There was a sprinkling of spectators in the vinery and on the stage, and a considerable

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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

3 Aug 1923

kind rI- Ma / orl ? meeting, convened Mr. C Goode, of Bleteoe, decided form a County i>ran< h of the Poultry Club. the motion of Mr. H. L. Peacock. Mr. C. *\v Goode read letters of apology for nonattendance from Lady Anderson and the u€TB. J. C. Williams

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