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  • For Years: 1800 - 1849

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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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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 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 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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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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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

5 Apr 1823

i|Uesfioii ; For —Lord Maryborough, Lord Melville, Mr, Canning. Mr. lluakia.vnn, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Wynne. .-lyain.M—The Lord Chancellor. Lord Westmoreland, Lord Colchester, Lord Bathurst, laird Flamnvby, Mr. Reel. (/Wechted—Lord Liverpool and the Duke ot*

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

25 Feb 1837

iran -.-j.,’ Ul am imgk-. tnd. K-rmn-glain Kailaa, arc mni.M 7J . Midland ■-* ;i, Hi.pbt.nAw . Givcnwicli 3to \ prmiiuiu. ' It Kh.- understand, settled that .Mr. , . Mr. Just ire ti;i/<-ilee the Ben*h. It will rptuembeird, that the present Cabins then

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

20 Oct 1832

—Literary (razette. Died, onThursday morning at Pimlico, in his K*2d year, Mr. Thomas Hardy. Mr. Hardy was the founder of the London Corresponding Society, and was, with Mr. Home Tooke, Mr. Thelwall, Mr. Holcroft, and eight others, indicted for high treason

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Bristol Mercury

Bristol Mercury Bristol, England

30 May 1835

18 shillings. While the thieves were rifling Mr. Gale’s pockets, one of them leant with his knee on his breast, and kept his hand before his mouth so as nearly to deprive him of the power of breathing. Mr. Gale has offered a reward of 10/. for a discovery

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

17 Jan 1835

that gave plumper for Mr. Angerstein, who had avowed himselfn Radical Reformer, and an enemy of all pensions, was Mr. Edwards, the Page of the Princess Sophia of Gloucester. A fine young man, the son of Mr. Hammond, the proposer of Mr. Angerstein. on Saturday

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

5 Feb 1820

appropiiate eulogy on his late Majesty;— Chaste, pious, steadfast, merciful and just, His pride, his people—and his his trust; tlie third (Jcorge, approving Heaven ordain'd A life unblemish’d and death ; In goodness, greatness, years, his reign exceeds Henry’s

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

25 Mar 1809

and of his own spontaneous motion, his Royal Highness the Commander in Chief had tendered his Resigna- tion to his Majesty, who, with whatever reluctance it might have been, was graciously pleased accept the same. The motives which influenced his Royal

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

13 Jan 1827

to the laird Chamlierbiin’s office, to the Lord Chancellor, to Mr. Secretary Peel, &c. The body of his Royal Highness was laid out, and proper persons stationed the apartment, until the Lord Clmndwrlain sent Deputy to take possession of it. Mr. Mash,

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

25 Jun 1831

James I'it/rov slid that laird Thomas Civil was sin’s tied ; and the affair thus terminated to the honour parties, eomersitiou ensued, in which Mr.Tennysm ha'intf repeated his rt'jjret that any expressions of his should paiulul to Lord 1 homas Cecils feelings

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

17 Nov 1832

father of Mr. Carper, of Cheltenham.--At Cheltenham, Sarah, relict of the late Richard Byrchall, Esq. of London. aged 66 ; Mrs. Din. Jeffs, in her 78th year ; aged 37, Mrs. Anne Cull ; aged 88. Mr. Tliomu Hale. Arrivals .2 Clisilesiaas.—Lady Ormorp. Hoe

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

3 Jun 1820

On the Female Literature the present Age ; No, 2. The Author of Ulenarvon—The Misses Porter —Mrs. Inchbald—Mad. Bdrney—Lady Morgan '—Miss Austen—Mrs. Jackson—Mrs. Taylor—Mist Holford, Aikin, &c. &c. 111. The Diary of John Evelyn. IV. A Journey to Scotland

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Bristol Mercury

Bristol Mercury Bristol, England

13 Jan 1844

setions- i nird. They are of, and by, tire people. True, many of them wvere wvritten by lords and ladies-but thenr, tiroy did not writs like lords andI ladies: they sasrk tireir aristocracy- in their subjecft'hend becaume, for tire notice, Scottishs hrinds

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

28 Apr 1810

spirits or in wine. was his general rule in tempestuous weather, and upon any hostile emergency chat occurred, to sleep upon his sofa flannel gown, taking off only his epauletted coat. would appear upon deck without his hat, and his grey hair floating to

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

11 Feb 1837

lather, during his life-1 mine (’onstantinc in several quarter., and to blow it r ., in all the heucvolcnf schemes his Lordship for the should the French succeed in biking the city, furtlverance of religion., education among the poor. After Mr. Justice ha

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

5 Sep 1812

locks secure in his desk, the was stolen, and found the Repository of Mr. Sadler, r.oswell-street.—The prisoner was committed for trial. BIRTHS. The Lady of J. Roach, Esq. of Glastonbury, Somerset, of two daughter!. MAIIRIEI). At Wedmnre, Mr. John Tucker

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