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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 Daily Post

Bristol Daily Post Bristol, England

28 May 1869

mooed of bur laser ).•:an and uthe left sine. The yeast lady became and Talbot, besting lite frentep as the stairs, rushed to hie own roam sad bier* bed. Kr. and Mrs. Ant removed the young lady downstairs to their 0111 room, the wen up the occupied by

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

7 Mar 1914

penned by Lady Nairne Clifton was Fareweel, Edinburgh. an effort in which she worthily challenged comparison with Bums on his own -'round. Lady Nairne came straight from Edinburgh to Clifton. LADY NAIRNE AND CLIFTON. There abundant evidence that Lady remained

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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 Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

10 Oct 1868

the revising barristers are entitled vote. The new American Minister ha* had an interview laird Stanley upon Mr. Train's case. Writing Train, Mr. Johnson says laird Stanley seemed jiersonay well disposed towards him, but that, as he in custcy for debt,

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Bristol Evening Post

Bristol Evening Post Bristol, England

17 Mar 1939

Corfield, Mrs. Carnegie. Miss E. B. C. Liliingston, Mrs. Vines. Miss H. M. Savile, Miss Herapath, Mrs. Lovell. Mr. J. R. Guy. Mrs. Wilkins, Mrs. C. A. Milton, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Stone, Miss May. Mrs, Chllcott (Dulverton), Mrs. Crooke. Mrs Hemmings View article

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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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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

23 Apr 1936

Broadway (Mr Chandler* • Private Penance (Mr G E Cloke) 7 High Speed (Mr H L C'ottnll) (£loo> I ottrilt 7 Rodippos (Mr l G Michalinos) (£loo* 7 < Lonely Lady (Mr J S Norton) (£100) 7 4 f (Mr Payne) (£looi ..'.W Payne 7 4 Sunny A rcher (Mrs J Put nam i

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

15 Oct 1910

the late Mr. Arthur Joseph Monhy. the barrister two was also bold in aid of the bospiesl the loner Temple whom romantic :Obtain:la awe with his was tweeted in his Comereatiee Van. under the charge of will. sod wen the college friend whom Mr. H. H. I

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

17 Jun 1933

Bound Over 'Mrs E Holland) Private 8 7 Dioptron (Mr Dudley Joel) Earl 7 Colleen (Mrs Laye 8 Burlington Bertie (Mr R W Milligan, Cnn.lell 8 High Life (Mr Pearson) Piggott Mary Hamilton (Mr Persse) 7 Polly Jerome (Mr Smytln Smyth 7 Red Dot (Mr Thomnson)

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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 Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

12 Aug 1911

daughter, Mrs. York. kg tlft , sail has a husband who r Eft. Lady Linhtbgee la Mt., And laird lanlithnow make another a,t.lonter. Height prevail among the Milner-. and several pairs ef mother and daughters suggest that height roan, heritatter. Lady Ripon

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

5 Jun 1937

olffi- in ! JUbilee Navv (Mr J SmalH Penshurst. (Mr S Morris) g « }n Carbibo (Mr W B Ridsdel) . Pri ° I Jubilee Wooci (Enid Lady Chesterfleld® (Mr W Bargh) Polsngi'ier 'Mr P Beatty) 4 Scotch Widow (Mr# A Briscoe) Tantalizer (Mr R J Colling, Briscoc fi Tunstall

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Bristol Daily Post

Bristol Daily Post Bristol, England

14 Nov 1862

Henry Mr. Mr. T. T. Toyer Mr. J. 0.5 th., Kr. 0. trerge , s kr. B. Ridley, C. H. Low, NA R. H. Wien, Mr. W. C. Themes Capra Jams the Rev. C.. R. Davos a Tray-perk M Mr. ajor Par& dn. Risher W Mr. G. C. Oiseess a rbnl. C =ll, lh r..l. think Mr. H. bawd

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

11 Jul 1907

Frans, Mr. and Mrs. Rhodos Mr Mimi.. - Fua , Mr. Fra Lois ILrhard Fos. Rev. 3. •!. Lord I. I •..•'• h, and Mr. and Mrs. I. Iraptatni Mr. lin.% Mr. 41:41 and Mr., Mra., and Idl, Mr and Mr Hari., Mr. C liartord. • Harlord

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

21 May 1873

Mi. a Mr. . Mr. Mr. F. S Mr. Lacy Misr 4 Mr F. MI S • syr. m. Snow rare. MN It, 6 It of e id 15 . J. Mr. TM by tie Mr. T. sod it. midst Maim Me Aims 0 Pseuds .. • • • • .. 11 II K. 1 I .. .. .. Ni. N,. H I. .. .. TM* Mr Power .. far.lL .. V. i Mr. J. WWI

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

10 May 1935

Stardom (Col T Halse) Nightingall 3 7 Lady Pamela (Mr E Short) 3 13 Royal Venture (Mr AVootton) Wootton 3 7 Busv Dav (Mr C Lee) Winter 3 7 9 Notlaw (Mr T Walton,} Butchers Akmory (Mr Wootton) Wootton 7 9 Indorina (Mr* Mackenzie) Private 3 fi Canny Loo (Miss

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

21 Apr 1933

Rayson Palmella c, by Manna (Mrs A D Sam sluing Rebecca g. Trespasser (Mr Lionel Edwards) Eleonora f, Diophon (Mr P |', 7 Dra«a to W.tford (Mr , Nectarina f, Warden of Marches (Mr W Clark) er , sse I Nut Brown (Mr J hi taker (Mr.-: Evans) . ..Taoor I Capture

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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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