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  • County: Buckinghamshire, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

10 Jul 1830

that his present Majesty will retain the excellent racing establishment ot his deceased brother. His Majesty is said to have sent the Green Riband, worn himself, with an affectionate letter to the Duke ot Sussex. His Majesty has given, from his own purse

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

1 Jan 1848

gentlemen then came in Irom the coiumilte. -room escorting Mr. Ueimoch, the president This gentleman stated that three the best friends of the League were absent; Mr. Taylor and Mr. Duncan being ill, and Mr. Dell compelled to attend to a private engagement, and

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

22 Oct 1836

Work, introducing new mud* of treatment in Fluor Alims. Mr. WRAY, the Hinder the above list it at ion, moat respectfully informs the Nobility, Gentry, and Public, lhal he has recently enlarged his Town Kesi* deuce tailing ibe adjoining House in y Couit

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

14 Jan 1832

why have they appointed Mr. Joy a Chief Baron ? Why did they not, when they put out Mr. Joy Attornev-Gedorai V Whig * *!* ■ his pl *” •’ Did Mr - do that which, in my opinion, he ought not to do - take part in an election alter his disappointment ? In

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

3 Sep 1836

A Contested Election.— •• W’ll, Sam,” said Mr. Pickwick, aj his valet appeared at hi« bed-room dour, just a»be was concluding his toi-et.'* Ail alive to-day, I suppose ?”—-•• UegTar game, tir.” replied Mr. Weller ; our people’s cuhecting down at the

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

6 Jul 1839

name in question Thomas Carter, and appeared, Irom statement made to the Court by Mr. Mml the solicitor to the iiat, that the latter was opened the HI. of May last; that Mr. Fleet, juu., one of the messengers the Court, was despatched the even in man {

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

18 Sep 1830

that despatched a messenger to London, to bring down his and raemcal adviser, Mr. Doucher, who. arriving Northwich, Monday evening, found Kean acting so blind not he able to distinguish Lady Anne from his cousin Buckingham, except by their * sweet voujea

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

10 Feb 1849

The Master of Forbes, having under his banner his father's clan, Lady Crawford's band of archers, the Laird of Drum and his men, 200 of the Regent's foot, led by Captains Chisholm and Wedderburn, and 300 horse, all his own vassals, marched to Aberdeen,

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

10 Sep 1842

Cawdor, Hon. Mr. Campbell, Lady Elizabeth and the Hon. Misses Campbell, Lnrd Viscount Lascelles, Right Hon Sir R. Peel, Loid John Scott and Lady John Scott, Lady Caroline Thymic the Duchess of Norfolk, Hon. Col. Bouverie, Col. Anson, Hon. Mr. Talbot, Private

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

25 Sep 1830

yielded to the wishes of his friends. When was placed in the car, Lord Colville supported his head, the £arl of Wilton, who sat at the bottom of the car, held his band and arm, and Mrs. Huskissou hung 'Orrer him, watching his agonized features. It was

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

23 Aug 1845

Siakea, won by Laird Cockpan; Duke of Richmond owner, Kent trainer; reeeired lorinit 330 The One Handled Sovereign Stakea, won by Laird o' Cockpan ; Duka Richmond owner ; Kent trainer; received forfait 3CO D*t. A Malck, won by Lady Aoaa; Mr. Pbillimera,

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

9 Dec 1848

On this the fellows set off smart and Mr. Beddard continuing his journey arrived safely home. On examining the basket left in the cart it was found to contain brace of pistols and large clasp knife. Mr. had about his person that occasion upward - £loO in

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

6 Feb 1830

were resiled by Mr. Elmore, who employed Mr. Milton his agent assistant to superintend the concern. There was expre-s stipulation as to the amount of remuneration he was receive, but it was understood that was to paid for his trouble, ana Mr. Elmore distinctly

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

16 Apr 1842

nt fife, niakiog a difference Mr Ward Mr Darby, Mr Wakley, Mr BUckstone, Lord eight millions agaiiist the connlry. If those facts were Worslev R. Palmer, Mr Mr Brotherton, and suhstanliated, was there any exaggeration no his partT sj- V Blake took part

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Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette

Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

14 Oct 1848

presen• one. The piper and his dog, by C. 6. &biter. purchased by Mr. Brown. has been re-purchased by Mr. Redfern. it is understood, for Mr. M. Phillips, for whom Mr. Redfern hr' bought largely. The transit-telescope, purchased by Mr. Morant, was for Sir James

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

13 Jun 1846

Stephen French, Mr. Gibson Craig, Mr. Wdliam James, Mr. order that a private examination might take place. Ihe Bannerman, Mr. Oswald, Mr. Hume, Mr. J. P. Somers, evidence was taken with the strictest privacy, and the case Mr. Dillon Browne, Mr. Edward Duller

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

12 Jul 1834

Moreno, the Murderer or Mr. Boyd.—Mr. Hovendon and Mr. Hunter Gordon have given their professional opinions that Moreno may be tried by the laws of England for the murder of Mr, Boyd. The former gentleman advises, however, that his Majesty be petitioned

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

2 Apr 1831

elected, and Mr. Ogilvy duly elected. Mr. Ogilvy shortly afterwards took the oaths and his seat, Mr. Ben ext, as chainnaln of the Liverpool Election Committee, presented the report, which declared that Mr. Ewart was not duly elected. Mr. nett a resolution

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

5 Mar 1831

debate was adjourned,on the motion of Mr. Hume. Wednesday, March 2. THE BREACH OP PRIVILEGE. On the motion of Mr. O’Connell, who stated that Alexander Jacobs was subject to a malady that rendered him irresponsible for his actions, be was ordered be discharged

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Bucks Gazette

Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

11 Dec 1830

Serjeant, when the numbers were for Mr. Law, 118; for Mr. Hill, 10d. Mr. Hill was warmly recommended by the Lord Chancellor, by Mr. Serjeant Wilde, and Mr. F, Pollock. Some friends of Law Reform the city have requested Mr. Hill to become Candidate for the

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