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  • County: Berkshire, England
  • Type: Illustrated

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

3 Nov 1894

wad. meat lbws Wawa, Ohm fsooewein =Lk orallwomm, Gael Mr. Berne, Mr. N. Mr. Colossi heady Mr. Mr. Mr. Maw daa. Jam. Mr. Weatherby. Mr. D. Wait Maw PIpMAW., Mr vl.Giberiado, Ma . W. P. Wilda Mr. 7 Mr. Jobs Oar Oho imaseal, =ormjla i akkiessl a mi aa a.

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

22 Apr 1988

Ryan are unavailable. so Dave Hartley and Simon 214 100200 Protases R Boss 80 -11 607 02000-0 Very Special lady A 8 proved most unreliable. to be his owner's Derby behind the redoubtable Maggs deputise. 215 00040-0 Anal Lass t' Bntts in 711 -12 610 0304-03

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

10 Mar 1982

splendid S 03 Eligible Seward 'Mrs D Carter, 5 Hams 10 10 I leek effort 10 FO (Mrs B Cobden) Cobden 10 10 I rn The 13-year-old jumped Ii On PIMA/ CI Dimond) R Dimond to 10 G &Nall, with all his uld enthusiasm 13 lammln IP Bugler. Mrs E Harden 10 in and there

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

9 Nov 1983

Dickinson 9 12 1 1 0431011 Mitch (D) (Mrs Stewart) G P-Gordon 6 11 4901002.1 The Canty (Mrs A Taylor) J Thorne 611 II P Mae (Mrs Haws) W Diclunson 611 4 3 100021: leas Ramer (BF) (White Brosiaunton'Ltdi J i 02104 143 (Mrs C Wright) G Kindenley 911 1 A Webber

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

13 Jun 1901

shire; nod ibis seat he held till his elevation to Peerage in IBM. our of In. colleagues throughout 1111 the whale period beiog the lore Mr. Walter. Lord styrene..e lied. no to speak. presented his souinlays with his Berkshire qualifinstion by tiurchanng

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

8 Apr 1905

Leggett, Mr. F. A, Co., Mr. Harrison Jones., Mr. H. A. Copeland. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. B. Mandl, the Misses Friend, Col. Trainman, Kra. Heavy, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brewerton, the Rev. Oltey Taylor, the Misses Rake, Mr. and Mn. 04/012 Ridley, Mr. H. T. Pugh

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

18 Jul 1903

were Mrs. Boyd Carpenter, Mrs. W. H. Bliss, Mrs. E. Dent, Mrs. H. J. Veitch, Mrs. Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. Alterman, Mrs. W. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Budgen, Mr. and Mrs. Bart, Mr. and View article

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

7 Jun 1845

One » « « Mr. Death’s Mi5dea1.. « Mr. Ongley’s Queen of the Gipsies Mr. Meiklam’s br. c. Godfrey » « Mr. Worley’s Example Mr. Gratwicke’s Needful 4 Mr. Mostyn’s A-la-mode Mr. Meiklam’s b. h. Poussin » ? Mr. Bowes’s ch. g. Baldersdale Mr. Herbert’s

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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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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

1 May 1880

been obtan ed, Mr. to be eith e r the worse of the two. Mr. HOLD said the Mr. LUNDY concurred, as out Mr. Alderman DRY analys ed by their own other report which The report was ad . 4 ~ In relferonas to the th e adoption of the report. Mr. Aldermen CANTWELL

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

13 Dec 1890

Life Policies, mod =lHeather's with ewe Capital, Mr. WALTER R slims ashes adorns whew ordinary Loan Memo base to two doer.— Apply phonon, or by letter to Nr. WALT= HARPER, 7, Seathameptoneww, L eider, W.C. Mr MONEY LENT PRIVATELY in say part of Eogiaad, •

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

31 Oct 1891

Boy. W. G. (nr. Hess Chapel). Hr. Utorge Palmer, Mx H. H. Mr. W. L Parer, Mr. H. P. Ceara. Mr. J. o.oempar, Mr. R. Oellabeer, Ni. J. H. Puller, Mr. J. 41.. Chaps, Mr. P. he* lit. 3. Magri. Mr. Mal, ••lb. 11.11. Oahe, Join; Ns. Warwlak. iso. prism read

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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 Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

27 Mar 1980

Trustee Savings Bank Reading Closed singles title at headway. His final victim was once again his arch-rival defending champion Simon Heaps and he won 21.15, 21-15. Jim Stokes, who had justified his No 4 seeding position put up reasonable resistance in the

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

19 Oct 1984

would bring the strike to an Meanwhile, Mr Bryan Coal, adding that any tributes and inquiries to co opera . Organiser Mrs Ida Moore of the Reading club explained , La , Lavinia Tildesley. She said: Richards rode his first that the 15-minute presentations

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

24 Oct 1978

Hyde Park Corner. shock and his passenger Mrs J maul The 50-minute programme Crowbord who had back and i4s-piv. will be screened on a Sunday le injuries. some time next year. and is also being sold abroad to other Mrs e Di t a h n trd e Millar

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

26 Nov 1892

he fell forward into the middle of Mr. Cole (Vice-President) we. of Mrs. Fanny Smith, wife of Mr. William Smith, who died at the age of 73, were interred in the Sunningbill churchyard on Wednesday afternoon last, Mr. G. Watkins being the undertaker. General

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

18 Feb 1893

husband's statement as to his being ill.—Frank Rogers said that when the defendant asked for brandy he got his mother's permission to serve it.• He had heard the constable tell his mother that she might genes people if they were ill.—Mrs. Rogers produced a doctor's

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

20 May 1893

of St. Athos end Lady Randol ph Churchill, Lord bye and S Viscount and liaoouates Curios, Senese end Lady Buell, Mr. and lira lb. W. G. Mount, Y.P., Mr. P. Wroughtea M.P., Mr. Frank Parker, ILP , Mr. Hermon Hodge, Mr. H. B. Blandy, Mr. Arthur 8. Moser

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

10 Aug 1889

swaths ad miens hies nearly all than whohad emend pat an ap. peannos, bad rosin the etymon war very sine. The doss trove Mr. Boad's lame, baadower. On* Is the Nharelity of Mir Anis Bmitk, the the and Mien wen astarbised at The same lady a ales • germs

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