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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

8 Jul 1892

Hon. W. F. Cripps, M.P.. Mr. H. W. Cripps, Q.C., Mr. C. A. Crijips, Q.C., Mrs. A. D. Cripps, Mr. F. Wethered, Mr. Danvers Power, Mr C. J. Barnett, Mr. Lovell, Mr. East, Mr. W. Adams, Mr. C. M. Foottit, Mr. Batting, Mr.

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Bucks Advertiser & Aylesbury News

Bucks Advertiser & Aylesbury News Buckinghamshire, England

14 Sep 1872

value £33a., Bight Hon. Lady Stoke Park, Ipswich; 2nd, £l, Mr. T. F. Ansdell, Cowley Mount, St. Helen s, Lancashire; 3rd, I Oh., Mr. M. Leno, Markyatc Street, near Dunstable ; highly commended, Mr. F. Harris, Bamsgate, Kent, and Mr. J. K. Fowler, Prebendal

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

29 Jun 1906

Details of the results the games Mr. .1. A. Collielmw (eapt.) and Mr. A. G. Blofeld (High Wyeombei. beat Mr. L. J. Smith and Mr. J. Laird, 6—U, 6—l_; lost to Mr. C. Sneath and Mr. H. Go.-s. a—*, 3—6; beat Mr. R. Steed and Mr. C. P. Lovell. 6—l. and lost 1-6

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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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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

6 Aug 1864

ly flno. Ihe judges were follows t—J'Vmrfr#, Mr. Nutt, Flitwick Manor, and Mr. Pope, Berry stead; Fruit* Mr. Smith, gardener to Sir P. I). P. Bart., Mr. Barnwell, gardener to laord Charles Russell, and Mr. Woodcraft, of Woburn Park ; Vegetables* Messrs

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

27 May 1865

continue in Medioiled) conduct. llepleaded guilty. The Minor told him that his character al. and hi. conduct. anti ninny other* at Gaacutt, wa. such that it THE mos CHARGEABILITY Mr. Vit.mitas avowed in Parliament that Union-rating was the necessary complement

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

27 Aug 1881

Wednesday the funeral of Mr. Clarkson, Q.C., took place at Highgate Cemetery. Many members of the Bar, by whom he was highly respected, followed him to the grave. The chief mourners were his two sons, his brother, Mr. John Gibson, Mr. Lushington, Judge of

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

27 Jul 1912

2, Mr. S. P. Wigley; 3, Mr. P. D. Will. Broad beans—l, Mrs. Wigley; 2, Mr. S. P. Wiglev: 3, Mrs. Greaves. Long-pod beans—l, Mrs. Greaves; 2, Mr. S. P. Wigley; 3, Dr. Vaisey. Peas—l. Mrs. 2, Mr. P. D. Will; 3. Admiral Pigott. Cabbage lettuce—l, Mr. E.

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Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette

Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

21 Mar 1863

foam the paintiff's statement, of Moro Bill, emulated of Mr. linemen (in the chair), laird line, likely to la, well supported by the neighbourhead ; 1 Jahn Browse, Mr, White, Mr. C. Clifford, Mr. he spoke from experience. Misuse all those reside t • •he

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Buckinghamshire Examiner

Buckinghamshire Examiner Buckinghamshire, England

23 Sep 1932

Alexander and Lady Grant, Sir Louis and Lady Greig, Mrs. Girling, Mrs. Clifford Gilbert, Mr. Robert Grant, Dr. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Hardie, Hon. Mrs. D'Arcy Hart, Sir Thomas and Lady Horder, Mr. and Mrs. Jepson, Mr. and

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

18 Jun 1910

family; Mr. F. S. Morton and family; Mr. Jos. C. Garner; Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Wakefield (Weston Turville): Mr. T. R Coles (Bletchley); Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cullura; Mrs. M-Morton rOxfordroad); Mr. and Mrs. Madder; Mr. and Mrs.

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

22 Nov 1873

and for nearly a year filled the office of Prime Minister. (Cheers.) His clear and searching intellect, his ready wit, his classical acquirements, his extensive information, and his graceful oratory, are qualities which fall to the lot of few, and have

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Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette

Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

13 Sep 1862

the committee guardians : The Duke of Buckingham, Mr. Pigott, Mr. Senior, and Mr. Bartlett. Elected guardians : Mr. Stone, Mr. Gurney, Mr. Tindal. Mr. Bull, Mr. Treadwell, Mr. Crook, Mr. Morris, and Mr. Dover. The first meeting of the committee wee du

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

6 Dec 1901

presented Mr. R. W. Hudson. second prize, presented by Mr. R. vv. Hudson, jgl Class 5; Pen of five fat ewes—First prize, presented Mr. A. D Cripps. second prize, presented by Mr. D. Cnpps, -61. Open to all —Class Fat) beast—First prize, pre- I sented Mr. T.

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

8 May 1913

foUowingpMr. E. C- Lehmann, j p (President Marlow Regatta), Mr. w,*'. f^nn^ lose School). Mr. H. L. Slocpck, Mr. George Dr. J. I>. gicfcson J.P., Mr. S. Culntt, F. H. P. Wills, Mr. Toone, Mr. B. B. Deane, Mr. F. Jackin (Bourne End). Messrs. O. « Collins (captain)

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Buckinghamshire Examiner

Buckinghamshire Examiner Buckinghamshire, England

29 Aug 1894

exhibition were presented by Mrs. • . At the conclusion of the didribution of the by Mrs. Gilbey, Mr. John Thomas roes and said they all felt very glad they bad bad • fine day, and he wished to propose a very hearty vote of Sheath to Mrs. Gilbey for her kindness

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

10 Oct 1868

District Coinagetut Mr. Lad, %wader of AlabiurOsy thilveiesele mid& distroyed. It claimed that the Alabama wu fitted eat is violation of law, that hsi earners and builders are liable for damages enstained at her hands. It is stated that Mr. Laird has (ands Is

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Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette

Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

7 Aug 1858

PRIZES POE TEI MR Mt Cans Cur.—Thu at the bet nearer Lad Pier ions. Pan prin—Plesibeee, : 10; CIAO IPhit !: b. 10a ditto—Pirad 10; boy, 7s. 'llia &no Pleualooss. 6; buy, de. Poorth dile— Pleignass, 41 ; bey, Is. ditto Ploughmen boy, Biath dine—Ploelines

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

14 Feb 1903

despite, had refrained from giving his usual orders on the ground of competition, shook his head moodily, saying that Mr. Jones might have beard it anywhere; there had been enough talk about it. Mr. Jones paused in his winding to exclaim, 'Of course! That

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

12 Aug 1922

hands —1. £l5, Mr. R. Belcher; 2, £lO, Mrs. B. Tilbury; 3, £5, Mr. 8. E. Moss. Class 36. —Mare or Gelding, not exceeding 15 hands—l. £l5, Mrs. J. Putnam; 2, £lO, Mr. Nigel C. Colman; 3, £5, Mr. H. J. Oolebrook; r, Mr. Paul Hoffmann; he, Mr. S. B. Moss.

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