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  • County: Berkshire, England
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette

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

14 Mar 1914

position of sitting with his Father in His throne, sharing His Power, Authority, and Divine nature. He was the first fruit unto God, and subsequently God has been selecting people for his name, to be his Bride and share his glory and his divine nature— a kind

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

29 Jan 1903

Col. Wilms, Mr. W. Berheley Mona, Mr. Alfred Palmer, Mr. W. H. Dew Mr. Charles Smith, We. C. B. Ma en 11. J.tww Macitiewber. Mr. W. Banalooft, Mr. Herbert Mstkee, Ir. P. H. woo* Mr. T. .II White. Mr. IP. lieelle, Hr. • Mama We. J. Cathy, Mr. A. W. Suittm

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

11 Mar 1911

of the brigade at Lewisham. Mr. Horace Andrew Ralph, pawnhr ker’s mananer. Melrose, road. New Malden, lias heei found dead in his bath with his throat cut. In one of his hands was a razor. Extraordinary Jrwrl R*>biieki»9 Mr Ernest Beck, traveller for London

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

7 Sep 1912

then the party waa conducted by Mr. Keyser through the private apartments of the mansion. Mr. G. Russell, ten., proposed a rote of thanks to Mr. Keiser for his kincluees, which was seconded by Mr. W. Colton. Mr. Hosier and Mr. Carter also expressed the pleasure

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

5 May 1900

under the auspices of the Berks Training College of Music, by tbe Berks Ladies' Choir, of which Mr. E Howard Jones is tbe conductor. The performers will include Mr. Francis Harford, Mr. Frederik Frederiksen (violinist), and several students of the Berks

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

21 Apr 1917

conclusion of the performance Mr. Arthur Coke. the hon. sec, of the Blum Cross Society. thanked the artivtes for giving their services and Mrs Dendemn foe arranging the entertainment. The follmvireg ladies acted as programme warns : —Mrs. Deare, and Mimes Egan

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

28 Apr 1900

event of his literary fame expiring in the next 100 years it will be possible to remember that he was once not wholly forgotten. Cowper, who in his desperate struggles against gloom and madness was a pathetic figure of a man, seems to have won his place

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

1 Sep 1904

Reading. r or without board; terms moderate; Reading references—Mrs. Baker, 1, Ship Street. Z.' beat makers, at half usual oust —Seen as Lanoslloa, us, Bambara Road, Reading. LIOR We, cheap, a lady's BICYCLi, has back prdall ui brake and front dm brake.— Apply

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

30 Apr 1904

do* am. ; ' Dr. sadlintrem7= ; Mr. and Kra Erre, returs; Mies ' layer, tidies; Mr. ROM, d'oyksys; Mr. 0. layer, Mr. sod Mrs. fie. Juana, ether nor sad inkstand; Mr. W. James, toilet alt; Mr. . C. Romaine, table centre; Mr. and Mn. Jams, 'ever fruit dish;

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

1 Oct 1921

hell.' of All Sainte% Wokingham. on Mr. F. Barrett, Mr. George Smith, Mr. H. G. that bolt. wapertfully ask you to endeavour to Grimier , . J. • I, E • party ofChurch mgt ., Lewis, Mr. H. G. Tyke , Mr. Alf. Dunk, Mr. R. L. A. Rumble .. 1 63 V. H. W. Edney

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

2 Dec 1905

Perkins sad Rant. Mena. Mr. A. R. Partridge. At the start Herding heehaw dangerans, and pod shots *nee *hi in by ()retina sad Divine, but the bill was eventually baking. Preen the goal kink W. Perkins obtained powititio, and Mr snag on his tasked over a Mere/

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

14 Feb 1903

permission of Mr. George ?Awarded. The tainment was under influential the following ladles and gentlemen being ear Wm. Meckensie and party, Mrs. and party, Lady and Mies Wilmot, Lord George Pratt. Capt. A. Hill and party, the H. and Idea Ramat. Mrs. lira Liddell

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

24 Jun 1911

The lady helms at the dinner were: We. Allen, Mra. R. and Mies Bowyer, Mrs. Bokenham, Misses Bennett, Mrs. G Brown, Misses Taiw, Dean, Mrs. Nutmeg, Mrs. A. Gesiewill, Kiss (Wren, Mrs. 11-and Misr Growell, ]Sias Gould Kw. Hatieid, Misses Heigna, Mrs. and

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

20 Dec 1902

in hunting the country. thanked them very much (applause). Mr Van Weycr said had permission to express their thanks Mr Crews for his kindhess in permitting them to meet there that day. and his kind hospitality in receiving them (applause). could' not

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

14 May 1904

open to offer. Must be sold, owner tearing the town.—Apply Mr. John H. Gould, above. GE.A.NBY GARDENS.—To be Sold, Freehold DWELLING HOUSE, always let, present rent ee. ed. Price C22o.—Apply Mr. John H. Gould, as Move. £4OO =OLD the EQUITY ia well-bult

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Berks and Oxon Advertiser

Berks and Oxon Advertiser Berkshire, England

27 Sep 1901

burn, and one ton lasts a customer all the winter. WHAT a wonderful painter Reuben was! remarked Mr. Jones, at the art gallery. Yes. assented Mrs. Jones ; it is said of him that lie could change a laughing face into a sad one by a single stroke

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

18 Feb 1911

provided tees dazing the pest summer: Mrs. Lewis C. Demee Mr. T. IL Ellison, Mr. H. C. Mylne end the Need* Effie Club. Also to ose ladies who eery Wally &Waded to preside a tehe tea table. The Coneartk• alai to Umiak Mr. John Walter for the use of the Th

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

19 Sep 1908

Y. Illarkag. ROTAL 111011141* °Mrs sod • mew ware twee. Leda. sod &new WE s deed medium. Pm/0K pewee& fee reply game bwiww am. ~Sid, (left* 7 oriel Muss. - (Waimeal. CITATIONLIT. FANCY ADA Ilestiellig -Siam YOUVIU LADY Silised• It Obacrwr Ind X. Wee Is

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

2 Mar 1912

, both son by P. Twine. le beat a the Er-' ample* Mr. •.• earlobes, Edon Lei Mane ; reeleeed . *gapes el Meer& re. WI ) , to sod exretery. Mr. More Mr. S. H. (Adag io ; bre. roar Mary, Yr. C. W. Mr. Wooer, tor orreetblek erne feller poemiitr be at et

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

19 Jul 1902

and Mrs Paloy, Mr and Mrs Hankey, Dr. Heasraan, Mrs and Miss Snowden. Mr and Mrs S. S. Melville, and Mrs D. Vkre, the Lady Katherine and tho Misses Eustace, Sir Donald Macnabb, and Miss Macna'bb, the Hon. Mrs Lennox Peel and Miss Peel, and Mrs W. Howard

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