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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

7 Jun 1873

favourite of his parents, I who has jest gone to Caif mnia with his playfellow I and schoolmate, a son of ex-Senator Cole. The State bedroom is the most elegantly furnished room on the second story, sad beyond it is the chamber of Mrs. Grant's father, Mr. Dent

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

29 Nov 1873

next Social Solemn Congrime by two delegates. Mr. Macdonald was reelected president, Mr. Normansell vice-president, and Mr. Foreman treasurer. Mr. Gillespie was elected general secretary in the place of Mr. Casey. The next conference will be held at N

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

15 Mar 1929

H. Laird and Miss N. Coates, —10. 15 —-10; beat J. Spee r and Miss E. Laird, 15—7, 15—9; and beat D. Oclee and Miss M. White, 15—2, 15—10. A. H. Beattie and Mrs. Currie beat G. Laird and Miss N. Coates, 15 5, 15—10; beat J. Speer and Miss E. Laird, 15—2

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

31 Oct 1863

terra of days. Mr. Sleigh said he did not see how the whole three could maintained. The first count, with regard ' age Miss Cropley now Mrs. Pouutney , ought tin to be struck out of the indictment. Mr. Commissioner Kerr agreed with Mr. Sleigh, inr. as

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

21 Feb 1903

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

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

6 Dec 1907

while Mr. R. H. C. Harrison, Sbiplake Court. Oxfordshire. Mr. Walter, and Mr. R. 11. Gosling were awarded the chief prir.es lor the pens leg-. Lord of Bark, Berk* , and Mr. Lionel Phillips secured the piinci|>al awards far the jm ns fat hogs, and Mr. .John

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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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Buckinghamshire Examiner

Buckinghamshire Examiner Buckinghamshire, England

29 Sep 1899

and a critic; as cynical as his father, the Prime Himh.ter, and as reproachfully caustic at the expense of his friends. His speeches really are clever soliloquies, brilliant monologues. With drooping eyes in drooping head, his only movement is an impatiens

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

31 Oct 1863

stop the ship except the evidence of a sailor named Passmore, which Mr. Laird had the highest authority for believing to te false. Touching slightly the question of the rams, Mr. Laird said that Lord Bussell might not And it so easy matter as supposed

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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 Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

18 Dec 1915

Town Hall)— 1. Mr. A. Laird ; 'l, £l, Lady Wernher; r, Mr. H. Gates. Clavi 10.- Three fat wet here theaves, oneshear sbeep—l, JCI, Mr. C. E. Dickens; 2, X\, Mr. J. Hii.ns«)D. Class 11.—Three fat teg^—l. £2, Mr. G. C. Bunker; 2, Jtl. and r, Mr. H. Oates. Class

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

29 Apr 1893

A roots laird of Macomb was in the habit of ruing a most wretched horse to the Musselburgh Racer, where a young wit asked him, in a contemptuous tone, Ia that the same horse you had last year, laird ? Na, said the laird, brandishing his whip in

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

8 Sep 1923

were given Mr. r-lhibb Mrs Tubb, Mr. 11. G Page-Turner. W. Davey. Mr. .1. Stuchfield. and the Society The following were the prire-winners. Mare or gelding that shall jump in the best | form- 1 Mr. O H. Gilbey; 2. Gaptain K. F. Dunn: 3. Mr. A. Greet ham

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Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette

Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette Buckinghamshire, England

14 Dec 1861

reported. Mr. Laird maintained the head of the pull during the day, and at the close the numbers wen— Laird, 1,081; &gamey, 1,338; majority for Laird, 323. During the day, the Catholic priest marched up at the head of 200 Catholics, who all polled fur Mr. Laird

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

15 Sep 1866

Oundrede (Kenyon) Captain Macbell's Indigertion Mr. Drake’s Little Six ran. Won a ranter by length. Utfi'oir Sin keg of sovs. each, with 20 added. Mr, Phillips's Arkansas (Mr. Mr. Rilbtm's Gamecock Mr. Fulko's Nonna Five ran. Gamecock rut out th** running

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

4 Apr 1863

the part Mr. of plagiarism Miss Braddon, authoress Aurora Floyd and Lady Audley’s Secret.” Mr. Fullom puts the case the plagiarism is rather startling ; but confess I was somewhat disinclined to put much faith in the gentleman’s statement of his own case

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

10 Jun 1893

substantial fund on her behalf. By the death of Mr. H. H. Laird, of the firm of Laird Brothers, at Birkenhead, the country loess an eminent shipbuilder. Mr. Laird, wbo was a son of the late Mr. J. Laird, M P., gaited his experiences in shipbuilding in the celebrated

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

18 Mar 1876

told you that h«le,” said a man his friend, who was walking with him in his garden, and stumbled into a pit of water. “No matter,” was the reply, “I’ve found it,” The Honeymoon.—A clergyman, being much pressed by a lady of his acquaintance to a sermon on

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

4 Mar 1910

consent); —Mr. G. Lewie, Maj.-Gen. Sir ; Reginald Talbot. K.C.8.. Messrs. R. P. Hamil' ton, P. Hoar, F. G. Rimell, E. Toone, A. E. Bainbridge. and A. Lawrence. On the proposition of Mr. Davi«. seconded by Mr. Dunham, Mr. H. L. Slocock was re; Captain. Mr. Alfred

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

14 Aug 1913

Hon. Mrs. Murray^mith; r and h e, Mr. H. P. Sturgis: c. Mr. Careon and Mr. F. E. Smith; . Class 64.—Jersey bnU. relved -1. JES, Mr. A. 2. £S. Mrs. C. M. Mclntosh; 3, £2. Mr. J. Carson; 4, Dame V. F. Smyth; h c, Mr. W. M h c, Mr. Jersey and Mr. F. K.

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