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Clifton Society

Clifton Society Bristol, England

16 Feb 1911

lighter. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parr, silver mustard pot. Mrs. and Miss Edward Robinson, lustre bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Robinson, Staffordshire china, tea set and tray. Mr. and Mrs. Russell, d'Oyleys. Mr. P. T. Rowe, engraving by Leader. Mr. and Mrs. St. Leger

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

19 Oct 1911

NI or. k. tin. hi' . lame. n. Mr . TiDint,. Dr tate /I ,aq . mettle Or .a thyokol for Ina paper. wilititpt N in. klizite. e. re to Oa.. itli t il H e als •am aa,r.leil me porm for Dr nrkl its. The asthma au: 1 of :61 I . tenet. Mr W. Ake' k's nap

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Type: Illustrated
Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

19 Mar 1904

%Er fide et the Sing. By C. N. WILLII/610N. p i ta., d The Barn /Memos: 'Lady Mary at the Dark Heal The Hems by the Leek, Tho Woes= is Grey. The Mystery Dec. kr.) WITTY BELLwraatto happy that she wasted overyooe to be happy. too. Her heart

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

27 Dec 1899

CHARITABLE BY A FROME LADY. Uee of 10. Visas Root Amen*. tiniorattird to the lire= Society. s2.do: ur lb. George/mem loottuetioa. rimy. MOO: Yaw Loreto City *inns, L 1.003 . ilibir L.SOO : tt Uri Promo tome MO; to Ur Widows' find. t 20 0 .: to A. owl

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

7 Oct 1893

the Jobe CgskW,. -- Lord and Lady .6rd Dermot. • TA* Walton Ay • that coal 'boob/ dom., a• .on. Th. hawses follows: —Mtd 1.7 d Korn,. 1.677 1.675. ra no or. to to form • :Melody. for pin chord, of sod Lrd Lady r .h. Laird-Wen, staying dn roam. 1 the

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

30 Jul 1907

1 LADIEs mums& us SIT TIM FELIX P ARLEY ' S rag ' TIMES AND JOURNAL with the B 1 - --- - YEA OF ISSUE - DAILY NO. 13.28 3 . TUI AUCTION. SALES SY AUCTION , BAILEY'S SALE& SALEROOM AND OFFICES. M. BROAD STREET. BRISTOL. BAILEY, LIMITED. C CORN GEO. NICHOLS

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

23 Feb 1876

Captain his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh arrived at Portsmouth on Monday morning, and paid visit to the Sultan, which he to commission Priday next, for service in the Mediterranean. Subsequently his Royal Highness was the guest of Admiral Elliot

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

12 Dec 1864

Annual Revenue Half a Million Sterling. President. His Grace the Duke of Roxburohe, K.T. Vice-Presidents. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland. The Most Noble the Marquis Abercorn, K.G. The Right Hon. Sir John Laird Mair Lawrence, G.C.8., X.5.1., Viceroy of India

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

1 Mar 1902

Ladlea Doors closed at 1. TYNDALE CHAPEL, WHITE LADIES BOAD. TO-MOBBOW (SUNDAY). March 2nd. The BEY. GLOVER will conduct the Services Morning and Evening, at and tho Evening Dr. Glover will continue his rjsaexass History of Daniel, subject. The Den of

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

22 Feb 1883

GM beat Mr R. Mr Graben' Glasnost bust Mr J. D. Wight- Mr bat Kr Parma last lard Mr home Homan bust Arable, Mr and Spas Mat Lord Mr Gladys boat Mr 8. Makes Mad Maim Mr Jere* Bern Cana best Mr Peals's Mama Kr Closed Mr Loa l s heal View article

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

20 Apr 1920

assist Bread and Confectionery—Apply, oetween 1.30 and 3, 62. White Ladies Road. BOY, about 15, lor Bakehouse; deliver when required; cyclist.—62, White Ladies Road. SMART Young LADY for high-class Confectionery — Apply 16, 'Ihe Mall, Clifton. WANTED

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

7 Oct 1865

London Chronicle says report that Mr. Thomas Hughes, M.P., has received su api*ointmeut under the Government is without foundation. The ex-Queen the Sandwich Islands has been the guest of Mr, Tennyson, the Poet Laureate, at his retreat Farringford, in the Isle

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

4 Nov 1905

presided. and among those merest were Mr. Coll M.P.. Mr. Smack. M.P.. 8c Benjamin Btese. ILP., Mr. Parker. ILP.. Mr. Lowe. M.P., and other leading local politiciaint. Mr. Clamber , Lan, who wee accompanied by hi wife. heal • meet enthmiaetic greeting

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

1 Sep 1910

and 100 yarda st lb Mr L. Bothachild’a St. Anton WatAon 9 0 Lady de Bathe's Foot Guard 8 9 Mr J. B. Joel's Buttery Morton 8 8 Mr Ot. E. Hertford-Bennett's Hyland Peebles 8 Mr J. Mtwker’a t by _ Prinu 8 4 Capl. T. Fore«t«r'a Levis 8 i Mr F. J. O. Montagu

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

23 Aug 1912

the aMoad. One mile. _ •* 'b Hi* Jl. Ifcrth Mr Belli'* Tidal Ware Sadler, jun. 9 Mr Hall Walker * John —J. Smith 912 Duke DeroMblre * Prele.rment .J6. Darling 9 9 Major 1/oder'f lAnce (T>e*t - 9 * Mr B. * Ixird Wootton 9 7 Mr Gambnrg'* Sir Mai Jon 9 Sir

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

19 May 1869

.re (31b) Mr 8. Crawford’* Wild Flower (81b» Mr Deantfleld Mr Dallas's Zara Ur J. Dawson c Ely— Theodora (Sib; Mr J, Day’* Fteleaf Mr W. t ay'* c Man at Arm* —Cross Ore (slb) UrJ Day’s c by Man Arms —Vallatlon (51b) Mr Dover'* eugenic Ir Mr, E.Herberl't

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

22 May 1869

Jib :H. bay Mr. John Gay’s f ». Hat 71b. dst sib Goa«- r Mr. Chaplin’s f Newmlnster, Sat (Fordham) 0 Mr Heene’s b c Holyrood [Jibs’, 71b (O. Sopp; Mr. Powney’s ch Trumpeter, out of Lady Somerset, Lord Stamford's Indy, Lambton, out Little Lady. (Sib) Bst

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Clifton Society

Clifton Society Bristol, England

23 Aug 1906

Curtis, Mrs. Hoagland, the American Ambassador and Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, Bishop Weldon, Lady St Helier, Lady Deeborough, Lad , Lord Curzon, Mrs. Leiter, Lady Bancroft, Lady Alleedah. Lord sod Lady North cliffe, Lady Mary Milbanke, Lady Dorothy Nevill, Osneral

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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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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

11 Oct 1905

lawyer. and Mrs Lockwood were riding the Park, when Mr J. G. Butcher, K.C., who was opposing Mr Lockwood for York, cannoned agamst Mrs Lockwood’s pony. He almost unhorsed her, so the story goes, when Mr Lockwood, riding up. addressed his political rival

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Type: Article