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Clifton Society

Clifton Society Bristol, England

4 Sep 1902

Wit:hem Lady Blaine, Lord and Lady' Loam Captain and Lady Margaret Spicer, and Mr. P. judges were . --Hunters and helm Mt. F. L. Phillips, Lawrestey Park. Pembroke. sea Mr. G eo rge Gordon. Wicornbe Pak. Shaftesbury. flacks and llamas. Sir t'harles Piggott

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Bristol Daily Post

Bristol Daily Post Bristol, England

11 Feb 1875

Jobs Laird, /LP. lot death of the bride's r porible, but the of the leadia The rides Laird aad be MA his brother, piety included Mr. A Mr. J. T. Bristow, Mn. Jobs Laird, 1 iiis7 g r; g cor *Renam. Them Bev. CanonKm?m. eot;cltUicat the bet &Ira Laird (the

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Bristol Daily Post

Bristol Daily Post Bristol, England

11 Nov 1873

boo he dad. aid yeed Oddadia des ball hit hi was isow wed awed di add Wed Aides hely W. ant add we did* and dada Ind Nara ad ad add. madam dadd with de plod see drill hi. Mart Ira odd& Mr. his. da drily for way hi dab did de led 4 tir any. Thy did Ira de

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

6 Sep 1902

It Gas ms weed with Mr beautiful Wei I Mr. Tatom's third; Mr. Wertbeimer's mead astry the Immo, ad Mr, Freak eked:auto ► e. There $ =aerie's ent-tan fee seder i there being on ly three almeetem tree the en try. Mrs. 11. Batt'. Lady Milan a bomb little

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

24 Mar 1930

the Earl his final resting-place The Duke of York represented the King the Abbey service. Mr Mac Donald, Baldwin Mr Lloyd George, with Dame Margaret* and Miss Megan, were also present, as well as Sir Austen Chamberlain, Winston Churchill and Mr Amery.

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

9 Mar 1822

the singular disposition Mr. propertv, which apparently disappoints tint just expectations of his children. But the fact is said to be, that by this exclusive Inquest to his wife, legacy duty is payable upon this vast sum; and Mrs. Courts, whom lie placed

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

14 Mar 1868

the Rev. Mr O'Neill, of Shane's Castle, to the peerage, will be pleasing in the highest degree to the Ulster population, who not only have a pride in the historic memories connected with Shane's Castle and its occupants, but-are attached to Mr O'Neill

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Bristol Daily Post

Bristol Daily Post Bristol, England

15 Feb 1875

A r end, I, Wedded. 4120 JUDGE IN JEOPARDY. To Mot Bono II ,P b A Iworty door lowa His porous nor Ads& TOR COSTIST AT STROUD, Pros coo owl Mr. C. P. Lewis, M.P., sad his leassidsrable band et Mowers Miring been defeated their endeavour. e elect the bisepemey

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

8 Jan 1848

expressing his hope that he would also subscribe his shilling. Only shilling ?” said Toler; only shiliing to bury attorney ! Here is guinea ; go and bury one-andtwenty of them.— Life of Lord Eldon. A Long Dinner. —Mr. Hay, afterwards laird Newton, one

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

7 Oct 1865

afterwanls cut his own throat. has been hospital ever since, his wife having recovered from her wounds some time ago. U'Shaughnessy was so nearly convalescent Friday that he was brought up the police-court a charge of attempting murder his wife. was committed

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

18 Nov 1942

30. ALL THIS WEEK. The Sensation of the Year t ROBERT DONAT: THE YOUNG MR PITT. (U). .th Robert Morley : Calvert. 2.10 5.0— WE ADVISE COMING EARLY TO , AVOID WAITING METROPOLE his To-day. 1.50-10.0. 'MAJESTYS THE FLEET'S T o-day, 1.30-10.0. IN. (TJ).

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

4 Nov 1859

in their professional practice. Mr Duff has made the working of the above Material the object of his careful study, and has brought it to such perfection that he can with much confidence recommend it to the notice of his Patrons ana the Public generally

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

28 Apr 1911

Hon. E. and Mrs Betbeli. card case. Mr and the Hon. Mrs Townley. coffee service; Colonel and the Hon. Mrs James, china bowl. Mr and the Hon Mrs Champion Russell, hand-worked cushion; Captain the Hon. Clive and Mrs Bigham, engraving, the Hon Mr. Eliot Yorke

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

27 Aug 1892

for Oth7th. Mr. J. laird Pathless. who eel a little while ago made • by Lord Imegli to be will take up his dries se as l. ties are lured and the parrot wwpiesa.Mr. Pettiness Debar Mrs was private secretary far • great yore to the late Mr. W. B. Smith;

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

9 May 1866

I Mr Merry's Stockstill (3lb) Mr J. B. Morris's f Miss Bateman Mr (i. Payne's b by Muscovite out of Melody Mr J. Powuey’s ch f Lady Rose Pryor s Littleport (3lbl Mr Pryor's Friponnier (Jib) I Mr W. Robinson’s Ailesbury. (31b) Mr W. Robinson's Highland

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

20 Jan 1810

Bombay.—At Sheptim Malletl, Mr. W. Htppisley, son of the late Dr. Hippisley—On the Bth mst. Mrs. Iy, wife Mr. Z. Bailv, of Frome—On the 16th tnst. in th« prime of life, Mr. Nathaniel Selward, « respect.We grocer, of Froroe —The lady of Joshua Smith, Esq. M•

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

22 Jul 1867

■the ball to the sultan. Friday evening hi* Imperial Majesty the Sultan, his chief Minister* and the mort distinguished mem** of bis suite, was entertained at the new India-offices a splendour and magnificence which quite threw into . h» View article

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

17 Jul 1824

\.; and Mr. Hobhouse and Mr. Hanson. In the second were Mr. Kinnaird, Mr. Kllice, Mr. Bruce, and Sir Francis Burdett the third, were Mr. Thomas Moore, Mr. Thomas Campbell, Mr. Hopers, and Hr. O’Meara. In the fourth, the Deputy from Greece, Mr. Barnes

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

4 Feb 1935

earlier stages in the race Sweet Cut had his opposition well in hand- Details:— 7.30—500 YARDS FLAT (Cardinal Stakes). 1 STELLA S CHOICE (5), Mr P. R. Wookey. DANCION (3), Mr H. Braund. EGYPTIAN WHITE (4). Mr A. J. Still. Won li lengths; half. Time; 31

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

15 Aug 1835

petition of 1.,,,. I . i bill I 414y.'illness, Elisabeth, only daughter of Mr. Lewis, dyer and Milk-street. to them by the Contemns. ;sonde inatrections. a* in g u. 11. in his /ink year. Mr. Anthony Allen, St. Jameis the days of the l'Atiral Men received by

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