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

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

4 Apr 1885

Thursday, maw Mayor (Mr. Depu Arthur Hill). The ether Mr point (. W. B. Barter ll 7 ( g J. J. W. Hounslow and H. B.Mir s e r ant CopaeMere 0. W. Colebrook, J. Maw. J. G. W. Palmer, It Oaksbott, W. B. Wow& J. R. Brigham, J. T. Dodd, D. Hi , P. Altura% J. W

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

26 Oct 1889

audience wee 'Niro- The 4 il le jt i Orthe Areelation (Mr. W. B. Mena) presided, and also on the plaid t Mr. Henry Lea, Mr. fil. W. Colebrook, Mr. J. J. Mr. J. linger, Mr. F. B. Parfitt, Mr. J. F. Mr. E. P. Collier, the Rev. R. it. SueleK and Messrs. G

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

7 Jun 1873

impulses. Had a Roman lover simply sent a “ greeting” to his Leebia or his Aspasia, Lesbia Aspaaia, if able to read, which in all probability she was not, would have had fair cause to complain of his coldness. So I except the love letters. —AU the Tear Bound

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Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser

Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser Berkshire, England

22 Mar 1883

genuine old oak, warranted brand-new. A commix FELLOW, anxious to see the Queen, left hi. native village, and went to London to grrtLfy his curi.aity. Upon his return, his wife asked him what the Queen was like. Loike ! cried Hodge. Why, I wan ne'er

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

5 Sep 1885

look round, when one said to his mates, Good bye ; I'll give you • farewell blow ; and with that his pick sent the splinters of quarts in all quarters. His trained eye spied a glitter on one of the bite that landed at his feet. Be picked it up and examined

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

18 Oct 1862

Essex; Mr. S. L. Andrews, Bucks ; Mr. J Bucks ; Mr. James Sharp, Remen The first, or Ladies’ Prize, watch chain, was awarded to M second prize, Mr. Cantrell's boo third, a gold pencil case, Mr. handsome meerschaum, Mr. T ring, Mr. P. ; and the Mr. John

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

1 Mar 1851

many changes an' either talked of or ilis, Mr. Sihxkv Hfkrf.rt undoubtedly l«e opposid, ami with every t a hain« nuni'M. Mr. Benett, his vcikTalilc colleague, intends retire, and recommends his successor, Mr. Stephen Miij.s, one tin* largest «*viipiers

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Maidenhead Advertiser

Maidenhead Advertiser Berkshire, England

25 Mar 1896

was, that if Mr. Hill did not accept the offer of the committee, they would have to keep him to his bond. Mr. Lailey said that if Mr. Hill refused to accept the offer there were certain powers given him (Mr. Lailey) in the contract. If Mr. Hill was wise

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Maidenhead Advertiser

Maidenhead Advertiser Berkshire, England

27 Sep 1893

Mason, ; Mrs. A. Smith, Al ; P. S. Langton, Esq., 10s.; J. Mackay, Esq., 10s.; Mr. J. C. Clark, se. ; Mr. Western. ss. ; Mr. Q. W. West, 2s. 6d. ; Mr. J. Lepper, 28. 6d. ; A Duffer, 2s. 6d.; Rev. E. de Ewer, 10s.; J. D. M. Pearce, Esq., 10s.; Mr. E. Johnson

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Berks and Oxon Advertiser

Berks and Oxon Advertiser Berkshire, England

15 Sep 1899

vessels hunting seals on the meat of Tierra del Fuego. Hu Majesty the King of Wurtembrg is giving lading , for his portrait to Mr. Thaddeus, at his Made of Priedrichshafen, on the Lake of Constance. CoLoam. Cot!yr Aleutian.- dam:reser has been appointed to

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

17 Jan 1885

Kies E Laird ; quartette, The Soldier's Dream, Marra. W. Wynn, J. Maynard, T. Maynard, J. Taylor; song, The Red Rover. Mr. Heron; reading, T Roey Prime, Rev. J. T. Brown ; vocal duet, Miss Sturges and Mr. Pott ; song, Anchored, Mr. Putt ; song

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

29 Oct 1898

Mn..,.. est rod A. Be Webthr. A tapir urea of wer dureg the ersdng by Mr Alice Webber, Mr. R. Webber Mr. A. May. Mr. J. 0. Boyd. Mr. Shillingford, Mr. E. Worley, ad Xr. X. Morley. Mr. John Smith ably =it at the piano, sad a verr plarant evening was to

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Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser

Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser Berkshire, England

15 Feb 1883

made up his mind in regard to this matter a has bean held at Sheffield support of Mr. PradLnagh's CHIMNEY ON FIEF. Mr. Samuel S ayer, landlord of th e Black Black Boys Inn, moment too soon. There is a pretty strong probe- right to take his seat for

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

29 Jan 1887

most beautiful wreaths and crosses. Wreaths were sent Mrs* Thoyts. Mrs. Gmee, Mr. and Mrs. Blatch, Dr. Cox, Mrs. Hook, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Richards, Mra. Bulley (Oxlorf), Mrs. Holmden, Mr. and Mrs. Hawley, Mr. Spelling, &o. A splendid floral cross was sent from

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Berks and Oxon Advertiser

Berks and Oxon Advertiser Berkshire, England

29 May 1891

included Lady Edward Cavendish and her three eons (Mr. Victor Cavendish, Mr. Richard Cavendish, and Mr. John Cavendish), the Marquis of Hartington, Lady Frederick Cavendish, Admiral the Hon. F. Egerton (brother-in-law), the Hon. Mary Lascelles, Mrs. Grenfell

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

30 Jun 1894

cans, and an interpleader action. His Honour Judge Hell, Q.C., dealt with the disputed claims, and the undivided ones woe disposed of by the (Mr. Lang. AN Amos. Mr. Jobs Woo/s, 6, Upper Montague-place, Rums! I•epars, w Mr. Mark Raw UM, who was formerly a

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Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette

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

7 Nov 1891

accept the Dukedom which be declined In there is little doubt that Mr. shortly offered coronet, as his Bnarctol qualm catioM are undeniable: while it i* stated.on the highest authority that Mr. iVillism ot Lowther Lodge, would base been elected to» Feerage

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

18 Feb 1899

Rev. A. Lee, Mr. A. H. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Peters, Mr. A. Y. Nutt, Mr. Leonia Collmann, Mrs. E. Bampfylde, Mr. J. F. Hoddinott, Mr. G. Rubie, Messrs. W. Creak, A. A. T. A'Vard, Mr. W. Chessman, Barber, men., W. Sandby, T. Laird, Harrison, H.

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Maidenhead Advertiser

Maidenhead Advertiser Berkshire, England

14 Mar 1888

little won Dues vary sad death .1 Mr. Irma Arian.. of tWpiasis in heating field on two o'clock. Mr. GarthlC at amwell sad ware whoa Addison put hi lions at a eel Ya jump's' sod was taboo and. witness says Mr. Adam rued his he if used with a fit. he was sad

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

4 Apr 1891

performed by the following ladies :—Mrs. Young, M . Tyrrell, Mrs. Heade, Hrs. Hancock, Hies C. Bounden, Ries Alice Saunders, Hiss Edith Buda, Miss C. Hallett, Hiss the Hines Thompson, Mice Van Boarish, Hies E. Cb ß a n l ase mbi t and Hies laegton. There were

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