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  • County: Berkshire, England
  • Type: Illustrated

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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 Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

7 Sep 1978

Beabal. Boreas. Desert Spy. Maymonta. Red Ling. Sonyamarri. Surprise Party. Boxfoot. Devine Life. Lady Ababa. Lady Glare. Larkfield Belle. Lenwade Lady. 4.3III—KINGIIIOOIII HANDICAP Ue ID Handycuff. May Song. Capetown Lion. Yonder He Goes. Dieulett. Mary

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Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser

Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser Berkshire, England

21 Dec 1882

hold the candle to your nose. Be proud, Mr. Fanehaw—Nicholaa Arsenieff he says it to you! And the cheque? asked Roland, holding out his hand. . The common cheat had been forced to recognise the grind master of his craft in Roland Fanshaw. With the admiration

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

28 Sep 1889

—Apply to Mr. William Waage, SolWtae, Fria: Street amebae. IL ZHU LOT. —To Let with Immediate pomesestoa, IlluarLsßi VILLL. I and 5 bedrooms, whit seamy. front and back, Bottum to sad oat to be taken to, rent moderate and his tow. —Apply to Mr. If. Brows

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

28 Dec 1983

size' 40 concluded.' rings froze Rod made the his first bite. hook, his rod went again and * * * long drive from Grimsby and had other fi sh of 281 b 10oz, I was in the cabin having it proved to be ~his biggest Carp are traditionally 20th 2oz and 151

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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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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

14 Nov 1891

General and Mr. Thornhill, Colonel Collier, Mrs. Rem. Pearse, the Revs. H. Wilson, J. Frainptoo, Can-Smithand H. P. Bette, the Mier Clement, Era. Shaw, Miss Hanbury, Mrs. Ithedensld, Miss Hicheos, Dr. Patterson, Mr. Aubrey Elliott, Mrs. Southard, Mrs. Dalrymple

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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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Berks and Oxon Advertiser

Berks and Oxon Advertiser Berkshire, England

17 Mar 1893

Lord Howard bad been guilty of cruelty, but that Lady Howard not guilty of the charge made against her. Sir F Jeune expressed his concurrence in the verdict, dismiseed Lord Howard's petithin. and granted Lady a decree judicial separation. The !Laud de Walden

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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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Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette

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

24 Mar 1894

editorship of Mr. E. J. C. Morton, M.P. The first volume is entitled, “Administrative Reform : What the Government can do without Act of Parliament,” is by Mr. J. Theodore Dodd, and will be ready shortly. Mrs. Terry, of Rome, the mother Mr. P. Marion Crawford

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

16 Oct 1968

Laleds Lass (DI (Mr G Dyson) O'Gorman - 303 01030 (Mr B P Jenks) Mohan 9 304 00012 Llugay (Mr HD H Wills) J Jarvis S 3011 2310 Ssonlyel (Lady Rosebery) J Dunlop 1 7 307 003310 Queen's Quill (Mrs P O'Nelli-Dunne) R Jarvis 8 301 0140 Go On (Mr W Wickham-Boynton)

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

19 Apr 1984

thank you to Paul Atkin:4,r, ll playen son, who played his last game for them on Sunday. He has given excellent service on Worth et and the Held far 12 years. am CAVERSHAM PARK wish thank Mr and Mrs Ernie Ch in C Vaughan for putting on a I great party for

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

30 Nov 1989

no ground, King's Meadow. 10am Vincent, Wright. Waller Meet Mortimer 0- Ryten Run 1233) Mrs D Heine 411 0 0 04 0. 4 Sa , Hors Luck (231 S Dow 411 0 secret of his high regard tier. t *1 tok the Smith had a good day As *t was he came - up pregnan easi y

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Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser

Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser Berkshire, England

27 Dec 1877

water at his mother. Sitar a long series of years in von a practice with vary gnat The other evening, Mr. Soreetch , an offioer on board if this modicum taken es tainted • speedy will be th e Minn result the Indefatigable training ship, jumped off his cutter

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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 Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

11 Aug 1989

'Hanna Dann N Tiokler 90 Maack, (Howard) Winsor Bell (Merchant) . lady RIPON: 2.15 Phantom Si n ger, Just L' 'd 2. 45 Go, 3.15 Liquid 0 201403 Our Freddie (12nDIWCarter58 3 0 46 Laird of Balmoral 1291 M H Easterby 90 - 7 30- Men (S 7). Allen Stakes -

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

16 Jul 1892

enjoyable trip to Streatley by Mr. Outstares steam launch Mystery. The return journey was commenced about 8 p.m.. when, after cheers for Mr. G. W. Palmer, M.P., Mr. Gladstone and the Liberal party, were given by various ladies and gentlemen. including one

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