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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

9 May 1868

postponed for so long a period, was called on. Mr. Huddlestoo, Q C., Mr. Gifford, Q C., and Mr. Grain appeared for the prosecution ; Mr. Digby Seymour, Q M and Mr. F. EL Lewis appeared for the defendant. Mr. Digby Seymour again applied for a postponement

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Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser

Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

30 May 1846

pride, and las, and which was decided in favour of Mr Strick’s nine benevolence. John will be master ; must have his months and eight days old pig. Mr Goode, of Carmarthen, 1 way : if you con happy after his fashion, \ou may was the judge the occasion. Both

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

1 Nov 1889

quartered for treason to her Royal person. Death nosed Mr. Russell many difficulties, but he hopes eveetually to surmount all obstacles. although Mr. T. C. Raring, Mr. T. D. Bolton, Mr. James Craig and Mr. James Williamson maul* decline to be photographed

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

18 Feb 1887

dereipus's--Lady Altca, lady Eva, Lady Nebel, Keg* and Lady Maurice Fitzgerald (daughter-inlaw.) ROTIRRT Rart, whose death is announced, was the third but eldest ,surviving son of the late b&ronet, and was been in 1511. married 1875, Nina, only child of Mr. John

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

24 Jan 1890

suspicious fed into his bead. He is foul of marimba always, and be thought the sate wee not reliable, and removed the money. For once his crotchets wend um: but I am afraid the fact will make him elmnic unbearable. He will he always Ringing his wi-o- and foresight

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

5 May 1866

'deice of his friends he does not intend to come forward until a requisition, signed , by the electors, placing his success beyond all doubt is present-d to him. Upon the Conservative aide Mr. F. C. Smith will, it sail, issue his address. Mr. I Handel

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

6 Jul 1867

principal events, reigns, *a, to his pupil, as the Emperor undertook to explain the historical events to his son according to his own interpretation of them. Mr. W. Cullen Bryant, the American poet, is now in Perthshire with his daughter, to spend tew weeks

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

6 Jul 1900

cheers. The Emperor. in his speech, dwelt on the great significance to the empire of the solemn act which was about to he performed. His Nlajedy added that he had given his consent to the marriage out of his affection for his nephew. The Archduke would

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

24 Jun 1876

and Hrs. Allay. the Earl and of Coarsens. Lid and Lady Sandhurst, Lady Charles and Mi.. Wei. lealey, laird and Lady C_ .P elham _ almost. Lmel and Lady Elenboroeigh. and Lady Hannan. The Queen's woo by Mr. Meastekt . M.A.. • eon Lard Sandhurst; the Prince

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

2 Jan 1864

of Christ Church, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Haden, the Precentor of the Abbey. After the conclusion of the ceremony, the Hallelujah Chorus was performed on the organ by Mr. Turle. The Lady Augusta was formerly Lady in Waiting to her late Royal Highness

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

4 Jun 1881

buildings where loitered his corn being at the mainland at North Berwick, and his seed corn laid up in sacks in his granary, Cromwell sent a party of his 'rotundas to wise it for the use of his Parliamentary troops, then encamped near Dunbar. Sir Robert's

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

26 Sep 1868

the blame of the lawlessness of his children in cornpalsy by saying his wife always gives them their own way. Poor thiage, was her prompt reply ; it's all I have to give them. Ate editor in Ohio thus writes to his subscribers: — We hope our friends

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

24 Sep 1886

Court, totem 'u tiles Wills, owing his wife to take sulphate of ()rpm, with intent to kill and murder her, Mr. Poland sod Mr. Gill cased for the Futile rrasecatar. and Mr. Pureed defended The prisoner a and bad marled to his wife Moe They had 1,, (kilns. pa

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Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser

Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

4 Jun 1853

Hon. G. C. Norton. Mr. Parry, the banister, accompanied by Mr. Sleigh, and instructed by Mr. Sheen, appeared for the prosecu • lion; Mr. Williams, the barrister, attended for Cunningham; Mr. Robinson, the barrister, for Thomas; and Mr. Binus, the solitor

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

15 Feb 1889

tiny glass of oily liqueur at his noble master's side ; but Rupert understood his father's warning. The new lord of Towers (sorbet was more sensitive for his son's sake than for his own. There was no false pride—to quote his own words --about Earl Geoffrey

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

26 May 1866

of Exehequer. It was an action broach( by a -Mr. God• hey sou his wife ascsinst Mr. Wiliam Graham, T.C. a well•known manufacturer of agricultural implements. for an assault alleged to hays committed on Mrs. Gositsey. The p!aintiffe were tenants of • house

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

6 Aug 1886

wif•command mittl death released them. The news of the dead are Mrs. T. ft. Stevens, Mir Mary Stevens, Mrs. Cora /akin (Me Stevens), Mir Bemis Merritt, Miss Emma Merritt, Mini Maud Retie., end Mr. Chester Clerk. Several of the young ladles were engaged to

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

30 Dec 1882

leavinz Willful' Harcourt's, Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone drove through the forest We Ilighcliffe Castle. where they were the gue-ta of Loalea, Marchioness of Waterford, for the LA twenty-four hours of their stayinHauts._ Lord and Lady Salisbury hare left Hatfield

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

22 Aug 1902

are English and the wives foreigners are much more rare, but Lady Stanley Errington and Mrs. Hope Verse are both examples of foreigners married to Engleitimen. Mrs. Choate. Mr.. C,hoete, the lady who is now acting se hostess to our innumerable American [}font

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

7 Jan 1882

they are unprecedented. The new Lady Superior of the Clewer Sisterhood is Mb. Callender, second daughter of the late Mr. James Callender, of Craigforth, Stirling, and sister of Mrs. Ser. toriJi, of Wilcole, Oxon., and of Lady Archibald Campbell. I ntentioned

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