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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

10 Sep 1842

driven his gate, be more easily imagined than described ; lie refused to I receive hem. averring that he had ordered heifers and not bulls; but his letter being procured and exhibited, and his Spanish bull explained to him, he was forced to his very bad

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Type: Article
Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

3 Apr 1869

25 to 30 miles. Mr. F. Woodcock, solicitor, Gloucester, has made attempt on his life, and it is feared the injury he has sustained will prove fatal. He discharged a loaded pistol at his head, in which, it is said the bullet lodged. Mr. Woodcock stated

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

24 Dec 1968

Alibi (BFI (Mrs .1 K Gardner) H Nicholson 10 10 Hornblue (Mr S Ingham) Ingha.n 10 10 02 Bruno One (Mrs S Joseph) Miss Sinclair 10 10 00 Contodoro (Mr G Kelly) W Kelly 10 10 0 Pike k Eel (Mr T G M..chin) R A Moore 10 10 3 Celestial Sun (Mrs D .ilcNab) J

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Type: Illustrated
Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

11 Feb 1967

The Laird dramatic victory THE Sandown crowd gave The Queen Mother a warr sincere reception as she arrived in the winner's enclosui to congratulate Mr. Jim Joel and his gallant winner, it Laird, after the Stone's Ginger Wine Handicap Chase. Her Majesty

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

22 Aug 1857

founded his family, he reared his palace, he got him his title, and seemed to have his reward ; but one day, one of those under currents that run hidden along the course of trade and speculation rose up to the surface, and, like flood, swept all his wealth

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

29 Nov 1851

Dismissal of Mr. Ramshay.—We are enabled to state anthoratively that the Earl Carlisle has adjudicated upon the case Mr. Ramshay, and that his lordship's jud-.Tnent is, that the allegations against Mr. Ramshay are substantially proved, and that it is his duty

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Type: Miscellaneous
Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

2 Dec 1826

purport of the deed? Mr. Cooper.—lt Iramed for the purpose of paying the creditors who bad charges the eelata of the late laird Krskiae. The Vice Chancellox.— Lady Erskine then was a party in respect of the anti-nuptial contract i Mr. Cooper.—She was. Sir

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

22 Mar 1862

OF ART. MR. C. R. HAVELL'S DRAWING CLASSES will meet at his Residence, 123, CASTLE STREET, Reading, after the 31st of March, where terms and further particulars may be known. 123, Castle-street, March 13th, 1862. ESTABLISRMENT~FOR YOUNG LADIES, WINCHESTER

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

19 Apr 1862

Berks. CONDUCTED MR. T. S. GUYER, Successor Mr. Bew. YOUNG GENTLEMEN liberally Boarded and carefully Instructed in the usual Branches of a sound ENGLISH EDUCATION. Terms forwarded on application. DANIEL HUNT (for many years with his brother Castle-street)

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

23 Nov 1878

Remelt, Mrs. Oliphant, Mrs. Higgins and Mira Higgins , Mrs. Gerard Leigh, Mrs. Perthwiek, Mr. Richard Burton, Mr. leemold de Retheeltild, Mr. Francis Stephens. Dr. ('utter, Mr. Horace reneiher, Mite Dormer, Mr. George Douglas, Mr. Augustus Lumley. Mr.

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

24 Oct 1874

refreshment —some whiskey. Mr. Walker came in and called for a glass of ale, at the private bar, and said to the landlord, Is that Mr. Bowie, r and Mr. Laird said Yes. I said Mr. Walker will you have a glass? and ho had his beer taken to the bar in

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

8 Oct 1881

of his resigning the living of All Saiard, Belvedere, Keot, whoa be has energetically laboured as vicar for 25 years. wraps were Mr. S. raffia arid Mr. ta. Tho for tho spool/41 prime mire Mr. W. Trumper, Burnham; Mr. J. Rayner, Colubrook ; and Mr. Andrew

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Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette

Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette Berkshire, England

28 Jul 1888

inscribed his name in his usual manner in the visitors' book, Bon Nevis and Mrs. Mac- Tavish,” and banded the pen to Mr. Lockwood, looking over his shoulder « hile he wrote. But his curiosity was doomed to disappointment, for the learned gentleman war not to

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

15 Jul 1821

Rutland, wearing his |. THE IiISU, w in his of purji'.e Ui‘l, (urn'll with it>-? The Bishop mine,'nnii the frown of The Bishop = g Slate his hi*nd, brat- ?-= Oxford, inj in his right St. I.inroln, _ Bearing his l'..i«aril uiih nearing his = £•« cap? th

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

8 Dec 1838

rably larger than has ever before been italic-d any sidgle work. We not know how we can give Mr. Dickens higher praise than to say that his merit is equal hi* success, Books.— i. In converging withb.-ok§ we may choose our company, disengage without ceremony

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

21 Jun 1856

Bartholomew 1 Mr. GulliTer's Redemption, yrs. 7»t 61b, inc 71b extra Prior Mr E. R. Clark's Surgeon General, yrs, 6si 101b Fordham 3 Mr J. Browns colt Ratau—Alice, 3 yrs, 651. Snowden Mr. T. P-rr Wantage. 4 yrs. 7si C h * r, '°“ ® Mr. Mellish’s Sandboy

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Type: Article
Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

10 Jul 1886

them of perca l e were closed and mated by Mr. Stevenson Blackwood, Chief Secretary to the Poet-office, who was accompanied on the occasion by Mr. Joyce, Mr. F. E. Baines. and Mr. lies, Assistant Secretaries, Mr. Jeffery, Controller, and a number of other

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

4 Oct 1823

the Earl of Harrington, Governor of Windsor Castle, and his lovely daughter. Lady Caroline Stan hope ; the Hon. Miss Townsend and Lady Trigge. The ball was opened by Lady Caroline Stanhope, and Mr. W. J. Voules, secretary to the committee, with countrydance

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

15 May 1814

of York, the Duke tif Kent, laird and Lady Arran, Ladies Thynnc, Roslyn, Pembroke, and Mary Krskine, Lords Arden, Wtuchdsea, and St. Helen's, Generals Gwynn and Taylor, Mtrvcn-ml Mr, Talbot, Mr. Disbrowe, Mr. Price, and Mr. Stephenson. The band of the

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

28 Aug 1886

of Mr. John Ashby, had a moonlight trip up the river on Mr. Demignes' excellent steam launch the &dopers. The party started from the Town Hall steps at six o'clock and numbered 22, amongst them being Dr. Ginsburg, Mr. T. Brett, Mr. J. Ashby, Mr. .1.

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Type: Article