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  • County: Berkshire, England
  • Type: Illustrated

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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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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

24 Jun 1837

Parliament, end* had some words t j, maintenance of his four daughters ® His Majesty immediately returned to the palace, and was greeted onßafflicting circumstances to state that his Majesty sufferedßthat his Majesty would yet live to see many suns down.®

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

19 Dec 1973

expect him to His nap at Folkestone SOUTHWELL ~,o t her :ucky week for Fred land another double at Folkestone tomorrow. is:KING OF SHOA 12.30 BALEMON hinter. King of Shoa can initiate in the 12.45 race. 1.00 FAST LANE BIRD Folioning his 500th winner by

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

30 Jan 1985

both had 9- pparl champion. Tarryn Napier. successes. beating Our Lady sPP A died while playing for Tidmarsh C against the league. I would to extena h our Ibis B. deepest sympathy to his wife and farm 7 31141 15 oratory 10 5 35545 12 tail's. Brian formerly

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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

15 Jan 1903

or Wird.= ' loodiog. oar tonsithed, wit Usable for lady or ■ Aeeaov, Readmo. kiedroo . ois, suitobtefa, Ortwo board if requirod ; knee neederat•—App 86, Street, gram. A MRS, Andos.—Biesketei, sad New.. for 71b. for Stereo, Thornk mama, APAWIIIENTIL--Bittiog

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Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser

Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser Berkshire, England

16 May 1901

Ooe writer, who had the good sense, or the good lock, to keep hie copyrights in his own h - end, was approached by his puldisher with a proposal to bring out one of his most popular in sixpenny form. At first he demurred, holding it something lacking

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

27 Jul 1907

farmed at 9.30 at the top of Mr. Fenner's lawn, among the boats MMus Part being craft very beautifully demisted the following When :- -Mrs. Jay, Mrs. Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Monkland, Lids Memia de Paravislei, Lady Eva Mrs. Gerard. Mrs. Haiku.. and Ma. Beakapear

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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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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

5 Sep 1903

or any part Mere/ Mr. Watta mid he did mit admit that. la reel, de Mr. Litileareed mid that Mr. Watts had not paid the it. Bd. nor any part of that eta. Mr. Weld hod tendered IA 10e. Bd., mod that loft • balsam se. ad. unpaid. Mr, Watts mated dat be

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

25 Oct 1984

• of Mr d c i s s:m e, e =. TOWN* = ZS. Ilsomeik Om /du J. r add lin IL J. Hare Ltd. EDW.. DESIREE IN For 551 )APER FOR BARGAINS EVENING POST October 25, I* 9 ealth Actors aid appeal., ing) Sun hit by picture COMPUTER THEFT for cot death funno Sun news-

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

8 Jun 1833

and Mrs Anson, Hon. Miss Bagot, Hon. Miss Paget, Hon. Mr Wellesley. Mr Duudas, Mr Drummond, Monsieur Dedel, Hon. Captain Rons, Captain llyng, Mr Greville, Mr J. Mills, M.P.. Colonel Uduy, Coknel B. Challoner, Mr Thornhill, Mr Hunter, Mr Cosby, Mr Irby

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

15 Mar 1967

13434 .. Mr F Ntebolson (3) 2011 213 TAM KISS E H Owen 8-12-0 Mr E Hollister-Owen (7) 210 1.11 MULBARTON I Pattullo 11-12-0 Mr N Gaselee 211 4/I9P PRILLIARD T F Phillips 9-12-0 Mr J Lawrence 212 143 STRAIGHT LADY (CD) W Shepherd 11124. Mr R Shepherd

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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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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

16 Sep 1821

o’clock In the evening, his Majesty, atrompajiied by Lord Craves, arrived at his Palace, in Pall-mall, his return from Ireland. His Ma- jesty slcot at Chapel-house, Oxfordshire, the preceding evening. It is fortunate that his Majesty resolved to proceed

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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

20 Aug 1820

there English lady with her Royal Highness remember to have seen one English lady ; forget the n*ri> little thin one, I remember. Did not one these English ladies go with her Highness in the journey from Naples Homer don't r.- raemccr. What lady did accompany

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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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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

1 Apr 1911

Capt. Twist, Mr. I'. Sharp, the Ofosra of the Depot Royal Barks Regiment, Mr. A. Ulm, Dr. Roalfe Cox, Mr. Hill, Mr. G. P. Male, Mr. A. Roberta, Mr. F. D. Balfour, Dr. Secretan, Mr. 0. Dixon, Mr. A. 8. Cooper, Mr. J. Eighteen, Mr. C. Batch, Copt. Astley

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