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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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Bristol Daily Post

Bristol Daily Post Bristol, England

17 Apr 1861

town with a pork or sklition. Mrs. Locke has announce' *di make a donation of to the Barnsley where Mr. Locke educated. Mrs. al-. made knows to the heads of the sr in Barnsley, the foundation stone of which 0 . 41 . y Mr. I..wke, anif who for years had

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

21 Nov 1877

Mums The Erb .1 Jena raw d leper week Mr. J. O. r tea tea tl at re Lady Adder r writ. The Mohr et opined . ar at Newel Hew:meted It Paintings to thaw of the have bete fogad to the cave. of New Zealand. Comb , idge trolvendty and Came perry to be moaned

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

8 Jan 1904

Lid erftlea . ..,t_ %.: el.)axt Weeks. as above MACHnIMET, TOOLS. &A. - . d ,:nt.. Mrs. Erie.. tivarreD. WOK* Pulourinaleb., Fled and Single. pTALIAX Lady. bidding - firm-clam rerillhates. WIG?. NOTtria gbakelunse in run. J. Camden - INETACHED

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

27 Sep 1902

rash sow all eipandretthat was all be Then es old clerk emse is wilb a and Mr. Irma- howl of tbo rnoeers—aeltad bias if he Reimofaup r nernlsainlmn tom the late Major I;nrch to his mailbag for the den t hare any, pr. hot renter..sr Ms alai. i. in the droll-bse

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Bristol Mercury

Bristol Mercury Bristol, England

7 Mar 1896

pnblish!d by Mr i. . ! vimith and has been put upon the stage by aU act )c manager who is a native of Bristol, I wondered v'hotl or Mr o0. Alexander has noticed that the Theatre Rcval in t',e city of his youth is in King street, and that his own thbrar

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

25 Mar 1872

a N kitVuOS INVALID LADY.— 11, care al Mr. Chisel* amp WANTID, la family Shoran\ HOW% and ; aster IS prefirred.—addrais C P, sootn•yaad Cross's Library, Wagonaapar4Larrat (M 42 DoNESTIC I.Nmru rs. Baleen, Footmen, governesses, Lady's Malts, housekeepers

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

1 Jun 1909

cordially re cashire. >fr VT. H. McKellen: East Midland, ceived, said m his official position, bebeved the ReV. G. Howard James: South Midland, it would have been his duty to come there, but Mr W. German: South-Eastern, the Rev. David wa3 pleasure, and felt much

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

24 Aug 1880

MAW Impend Mr. L WAG( Mr. •ty 116. G. 6 ; Mr. Q. nP. 4 Me.. I. A. Ay.. heeds 4 the imartmate, by W. M. My warted Hobbit Wy.degf ▪ lb. ..f sr. ram Mew wed abbey. M. W. . k N. Ha Mr. Wm% we M.. Meld lbw a Wd• way. ea Wad Ned N. W redid. Mr. de. . dick

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

23 Mar 1914

Nairno Lady Nairne's anonymity for so long was due, no doubt, to her modesty, beautifully illustrated in her character; but also to the feeling that those days it was considered 'infra dignitatem ' lor lady high position to write for publication. Lady Anne

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

17 Mar 1902

deem, the latter Mr. W. Redwood - Mr. W. G. Pest. Ifs. Barry A. Darbey Mr. seed a. onto,. wefts Mr. Psis& armedfirm, Ms Chinese Patrol, sad Natant* and ..Y.. Lase, germ with versions. obverses. we scented, dna an an Me and emptied with Mr. W. Bedwermissrmegeb

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Bristol Daily Post

Bristol Daily Post Bristol, England

13 May 1875

erday were Mrs. saes(who joint watery with Mrs. Penny), Mee. Pebbles Men of Bath, Mn. H. the bias Leonard, of Rockleigb•house ; Mn. W'noosed, etheved, Mrs. /beery, Mee. Morocco. Mill Gotch, Mrs. nor, Mrs Bray, Mn. Evens, Mrs. Rumford, Mrs. T. Co.. Mir

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Clifton Society

Clifton Society Bristol, England

19 Nov 1914

James 11 Mrs. Brown 14 *Mr. and Mrs. A. Vamps 14 Mr. 1104 Mrs. Gill 16 M's. Joruewall 16 Mrs. Stennard 17 •Mr nod Mrs. Peel 17 Mr R. 11. Gordon 17 Mr. F. R. Ws-e 17 Mr. A. W. Bake 18 Mies Femoral 18 Mr. and View article

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

18 Jun 1910

turps, charged that he did feloniously kill tad slay Clara larmar•hrusghurst. his wife, et 'Avenue R.ssil, on Apnl :9th. .Ifter inquiring into the attembag tta Muth of the lady, who was 31 age, tau coroner's jury on Saturday return.' the tollowing ysetbet

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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 Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

13 May 1865

Ifno Members. Lady Willoughby Broke. Compton Verney, Warwick ; Mr. E. W. Moore. CofeehiU, High worth ; Mr. J. K. Fowler, Preliendal Farm. Aylesbury; Mr. C. Rose. Zeals Farm. Mere, Wilts; Mr. J. Baldwin, Luddington. Stratford-on-Avon ; Mr. R. Sharp. Courtlands

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Clifton and Redland Free Press

Clifton and Redland Free Press Bristol, England

8 Nov 1901

money that he made ? He got immense sums from America in the days of his early fame, and later on he was handsomely paid here. Yet we find him in his letters continually complaining of his straitened resources, and deploring that he had not taken to some

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

6 May 1899

AND NNWPOUT. laird of thin rsse ream of et the Overt es Tuesday, heir's, Meson. J. W. ik..• A. Les. /Moor lbw tgb. mad OWE tl7, were oweerthil . Warp of =mod • tit. of Jewellery ew prosecutor_ INI,I MaeDuriald. Mr. H. 6. Weasbrough permuted Mr. 8. Z. Webb

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Bristol Daily Post

Bristol Daily Post Bristol, England

6 Feb 1862

contained several allusions to recent events The part wag, Soldiers brave, the Laird o' Cyckpen,' by Mr. Matelmnson (encored), the canon, Ile who trout, is ladies !sir, instrumental selections, and the National Aattaam.7:iought the concert to a

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

15 Jun 1872

Funleer intamorpted, he tried to shake off his persistent and delivered a lecture on the principles of politeness. sin the impropriety of repeating words spokes in convivial privacy. But Mr West would not lomat his hold. Ile did cot wait • homily good manners

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