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  • County: Berkshire, England
  • Type: Illustrated

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

10 Aug 1918

Controller Q.M.A.A.G., temporarily in charge ot Berkshire). There were also present: Lady Edward Spencer-Churchiil. Mrs. Alax de Bathe. Lady Berkeley, Mrs. Loyd. Mrs. Blandy, Mrs. Mylne, Captain Peters and Miss Hargreaves, ArborfieJd. The Alayor briefly explained

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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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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

6 Jul 1982

Maiden Stakes (4.45). Captlvallag Lady (Mr) Rowley) W Musson 811 - He was noted running on Celestial Bride Northampton) G P-Gordon 8 11 • Dora Maar (USA) (Mrs D Zurcher) L Cumani 811 .. smoothly to be second to Gans Lady (Sir E Hamson) B Hills 811 ,ig

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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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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

8 Jul 1905

table. ' Patrick, thinking it was something to be eaten with a spoon, took a large helping. The tears tilled his eyes and retied dews his cheeks. His friend, netio in; We, said. What Is the matter? Pat replied, I was jest thinking of my poor father

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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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Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette

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

12 Feb 1910

the Prime Minister, Lord IJalcarres. Mr. H. Belloc. Mr* d* c\nnan Bryce, ■ Mr J. A. Simon, and Mr. F. L. smith. Mr. Herbert il has left party politics for post in the Civil ScrvK-o and Lord r.ohert Cecil and Mr.' N. Mick lent have been defeated at the

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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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Berks and Oxon Advertiser

Berks and Oxon Advertiser Berkshire, England

7 Sep 1917

and somas of musical stock. His first musical instruction was received from his father, and Na getting was made manliest at an early ago. In fact, he was somewhat of an infant prodigy, for ha excited astonishment by his pianofolke play ing when only

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

19 Sep 1863

fall on his face on the pavement, and she immediately went to his assistance. groaned as if in a fit, and she raised his bead and untied his neckerchief. Mr. H. J.Norrish came up shortly afterwards, and went to fetch Mr. Harrinson, surgeon, but Mr. Budd

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

15 Jun 1895

Ma. Mr. sal Mrs M. W Ma Taw Ns awl Ma Cables, NM end Mr Mt Dwell Ms seed Da. C. be Om Id. owl Mee do Men J. Ms Ms. Maws Is arMs Mrs t=ler. or Pyr M. Mrs Passer M. est Ma Mr., Mr, W Mr Me. 11. P., sad Mrs Mr. Tabs 111.1i5d Mall Ms Mahe sai lady Alls

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

3 Oct 1973

Persian Lady. Hush Hush. Final Light. Tear EVENING POST Octabir 3.1073 19 4 A 3 - 40 1 ' wse of his results of a by beating !ngths in the Stakes, at Ii r . dna nherited his as well as his the family of 'apt • A i ida, but as a ifluence of his I endowed

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

2 Oct 1875

unsatisfactory state of his health and all those who are his present parishioners will rejoice at any time to hear that, in the comparative seclusion of his new pariah, relieved from the strain which he feels now pressee upon his bodily and mental powers

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

8 Apr 1876

will lore in and ease nil mew dart ibises Aida tared. His tea pep Elmer • pound, his NNW &WWII! Wall. • bmltedweigist, ids or pew • reed, led lit viewer threw , penes • palm if it is This is sleet his coddling= to tits rerlesa 8e bow- Ittatring Obserber

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

2 Sep 1837

rooming at his house Grosvenor-square. His symptoms were inflammatory, ami ultimately be died of exhaustion. Sir Coutts Trotter was in his 70th year, and for many years has been a principal partner the firm of Coutts s bank He will be succeeded in his title

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Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser

Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser Berkshire, England

7 Oct 1886

never come r Lehner regretted that he had not toll the at and questioned his ewe In nut strives more hor mind hied that dreadful word Bat having ved could not rein boa ne w. in his mom &Irwari that awlbeau tiful country k were all WM, dm. Onto the the of

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

27 Jul 1889

Cobham ; pale 111 sticks, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Huotor; antique silver cup, Mr. and Mrs. M. L Cladoe; biscuit tin, Dr. Willett ; silver g, Mr. R. 0. Ridley ; silver dog s, Mr. F. L. Phillips; repousel silver Colonel and Mrs. Mimi ; diver cigar lighter, Co Graham

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

27 Feb 1987

Felix (D) (Mrs D Whitaker) Mrs D 14 11 7 - Fridley Lad (Mrs Scholey) S c h o le y 511 3 .. P In* Vaal (Mrs B Gallant) S Christian 711 - Res. Dropshot (Black) 8 001301 Marked Kam (P Henn) P Henn 811 7 - 9 000 Merciless Kling (Mrs B Ferber) Mrs B Ferber

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