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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

31 Oct 1863

MR. LAIRD, M.P., ON THE ALABAMA. Mr. John Laird, M.P., the well-known shipbuilder, whose steam rams are now under seizure by the Government on the suspicion that they are intended for the Confederates, made speech a few days since at Birkenhead, which

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South Bucks Free Press, Wycombe and Maidenhead Journal

South Bucks Free Press, Wycombe and Maidenhead Journal Buckinghamshire, England

15 Oct 1859

the last of his flittings. Here, on the 2nd or 3rd July, 1778, in the year of his age, ended all the confused joumeyinga the “ Apostle of Affliction.” Accor ling some, died the death of the unhappy, perishing his own hand. According others, his death was

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

1 Sep 1894

drizzling rain fell sullenly and fast. A single foot traveller, with a leather bag on his shoulder, was seen struggling on in trout, and evidently wearied out with his exertions, as well as wet to the skin. I hope to gracious he's not a highwayman! cried

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

21 Feb 1903

I'm glad. The laird did hie wife enough harm in his lifetime, as even Peter agreed—indeed, he went so far as to say that in his opinion she would almost have been justified in—in suppressing the deed if— That wan very considerate of Mr. Macfie. interrupted

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

14 Jan 1899

Robert Macaire or ;our and of asking Mr. Weedon Grossmith to the Jacques Strop. Playgoers will remembei :hat Mr. Grossmith made his first appearance or ihe stage at the Lyceum as Jacques Strop to Sii Henry’s Maeaire. A lady correspondent who travelled the

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

20 May 1911

Dare, my puir lassie. Death comes to us a', and guidness send we ma , be as ready to meet it as the laird was. Neer did any tell o' his harsh treatment or his unjust tongue. He was aye fair dealing and God-fearing. I know—l know! Her lip trembled. He

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Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette

Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

15 Jan 1853

awaittn; instructions Mum L didon. regularly paid to Mrs. Boyer, by Mr. Vilma , . who In the limited States Senate a disrurisiati on Cuba ha n ver yet married that Mr. C. Buyer wa dead. hail taken place. Mr. Nlusou wound up a very I Curing this year (1339)

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Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette

Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

29 Aug 1860

alderman in the 1041 of Mr. Humphreys, when Mr. Councillor Allen woo clotted. Warker was summoned by Thomas Pepin for an assault.—Mr. D. Clarke app.s.un:d Cro the defendant. —The partb 4 hail met, on the 23rd inst., at the house of a Mrs. Dyke, when the defe•ndutt

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

18 May 1912

of the Mr. Jae. Chapman Rev. K Paine a. d. 2 2 0 2 0 0 Lord Addington Dr. T. F. Vaisey Mr. C. M. Prior .. 10 6 .. 10 0 .. 10 0 i‘fr: R. 11. Comyns iqr. H. Lennox lO 0 Mr. P. H. do Fraine Mr. R. Keys 5 0 Mr. J. Dickens 5 0 Mr. F. Farber lO 0 Mr. G. Jones

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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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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

15 Sep 1906

ITEMS. William McGaughe, of Barrow, was knocked down *a at Bfackpool, and in a ottiti- HI condition was taken to the hospital. Mrs. Roland Neale, the Edgbaston lady whose clothing was ignited at Blackwell station, presumably by a spark from a passing express

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

20 Feb 1886

happened—the bare fact, nothing more. lielieved his master was dead; his master had been shot. The keeper had sent him to tell Mr. Vereker; know no more. The lad was terribly shocked the affair; Ids voice shook, his face was white and scared, and he was glad

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

27 May 1876

Sir Robert Walter Carden, Mr. William Blanche, Mr. Benjamin Culls. Mr. John Cox, Mr. Richard Cox, Mr. G. IL Haywood, Mr. J. L. Shiner, Mr. E. S. Stillwell, Mr. James Waddell, Mr. Deputy Fry. Mr. Monckton (the Town Clerk), Mr. Henry Aaron Isaacs (Chairman

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Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette

Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

20 Aug 1862

unlear hi e with thee the some of Jolts iris of Ailesbury, the Foul of Albemarle, the Earl of antler aggravating or estraordinary circumstances, it tarnarvon, Sir Oswald Mosley, Bart., Mr. Bernal, is better that the terrora of the law should not be Mr. Heywood

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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 Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

6 Aug 1927

HI NTER TRIALS Ligbt-weight Hunter, mare gelding, any age. under stone—l. C 6. Mr. H. Grange; £3. Mr. G. M. Brown; 3. £T. Mr. H. C. Lawrence; r.. Mr. Digoy Whitehead. Heavy-weight Hunter, mare or gelding any age. over U 1, Major i 1 Mr. A. Laird. 1 K

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

28 Dec 1889

return to the long had kpi that purpose at;ong m his heart— »u« f f z, . TLi that he should one day beard tho old hidalgo iu his oorndor, and . bows to the ® ece, » city, show him his daughter-uow his wife- t l l,b rmrt, LiBt *’ . and prove to h.m by

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Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette

Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

26 Nov 1859

has Joanna his intention to swept an elfor /Ling Victor Emanuel and will enter the Psedmostess snag ; others speak of his impeding depart/ire tor the Laird at Sardinia. %wind the 17th eh., the court having refined deer hearing tosdinowy to his physical

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

13 Dec 1907

present the previoiia day. and we also noticed: Mrs. Longman. Mr. A. J. Clarke. Mi« Mrs. Tilbury. Mrs. T. T. Burncw. Mr. Flock, juu.. etc. After prayer. The Key. J. Smith said that unfortunately Lord and Lady who they hoped would re-open the bazaar, were

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

19 Oct 1861

respectable tradesman reeling unwell during the night, hi* wife went to obtain some medicine for him out of cupboard in the shop. Unfortunate.y, bottle containing poisonous liquid which the man used in his business was kept the sam* place, and the poor woman

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