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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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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 Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

10 Jul 1875

appears as the best breeder of his time, or at least the most imocessfal in Scotland; and, like a border raider, be carried his spars south, and won with them. Crossing the Channel into France, he there proved champion in his class at an International

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

21 Oct 1911

supplied Mr. Hull, Buckingham. Mr. F. W. Denchfield, i C.C., presided, and was supported Mr. Sept. Clarke, Mr. E. Clarke, Mr. T. Mr. Culley, Mr. F. Hubbard. Mr. A. Clarke. Mr. J. Adams, Mr. A. G. Dvson, Mr. W. Butler. Mr. W.

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

16 Jul 1864

d’s Voluplas. Won in a canter Match Mr. Clairvoyantc (Challoner) Mr. C'moUy’H Wild Thyme ,•••• V okverly by three-quarters ol lengiu Jlauiicap I‘Me 100 sovs. Mr. Wadson’s Deerfoot (Hibbcrd) 1 Mr. Figaro 2 Mr. Roohcstei’s Aka •* Ten ran. excellent

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

8 Aug 1914

r, and c. Mr. Albert Laird; c. Lucas. Class 92.—Pair of yelts. born in 1914—1, £5, Mr. H. R. Beeton; 2, -£3. Mr. Laird; 3. Jl, I , Mr. J. R. Aries; r, Mr. R. E. W. Stephenson; An ointment that the i.ching and irrPa he. Mr. R. A. Ayre and Mr. V. S. Hayward

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

7 Mar 1903

66 votes, Mr. W. H. Coy 48, Mr. F. W. Rix 46, Mr. T. Body 46, Mr. B. Embleton 43, and Mews. 8. Cruder and E Murlis a tie of 38 each. A vote being taken, Mr. Crocker was elected by 47 to 46 votes. The meeting concluded with a vote of thanks to the chairman

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

28 Jan 1899

Dartmouth, the Earl and Countess of Halsbury and Lady Evelyn Gifford, the Countess of Lichfield, Viscount and Viscountess Coke, Evelyn Countess Bathung, lady Louisa Hamilton, Lady Helper, Lord and Lady Mostyn, and many others. The Countess of Leitrim

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

23 May 1914

given by Mr. J, and Mr. G. Thomson), Captain J. A. Morrsion: 2, X 3, Mr. H. C. Stephens: 3. XI. Mr. J. IT. Ismay. Class 80. Three ewe togs in' the wool, not having be.'n housed—l, 5 (given by the President), Mr. Laird; 2, X 3, Mr. E. Blackwell; 3, Mr. H. Gosling

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

8 Nov 1873

contemporary tells the following story: •' Travelling in his trap alone, not long ago, in going to one of his appointments, one of our good olergymen overtook a man walking with his carpet bag in his hand. 'The roads were muddy, and be was just at the time

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

21 May 1870

taken I. by a widow doehtfel wealth, with his h M Indus the beet of a bad job, Mrs. Frank XiM,bewe ad. mirably repernale the passim wife, and Mr. Heade& and Min Sledge Bobiatson, together with Mr. Chlppeadale sad Mr. Bookstaie, asks up a oast whisk mood be

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

14 Feb 1903

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

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

3 Jan 1903

stranger and of more public interest than reported. Mr. David livans is well known in St. Martins Moors, Chirk, having lived there many years. The facts were fully stated by his wife. On February 21 last, Mrs. Evans began, my husband went to work at Black

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

2 Oct 1880

by Mr. Katt, of the Corn Exchange, is a dingy in whiehhe wee peddling up the river on his return from a cruise in his yacht. Larger boats were close at hand, fearing to approach lest the sinking vowel should draw them into the vortex ; but Mr. gent

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

13 May 1922

by inches. Time, 21 l-stJh secs. Under 13: 1, Hollis; 2, Newell; 5, Laird. Won inches. Time. 21 I-sth secs. Borough Sessions, May 6. Present—The Mayor (Mr. G. H. Taylor) the Justice (Mr. U. Stratford). Vernon, P. J. Rutland, C. W. Kaffety O. Haines. F.

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

8 Aug 1908

Certificates ol Mont—Mr. J. Joieey, Mr. K. Barclay, Lady (2), Mr. J. 11 ; he, Mr. H Orange, Air. E. A. Haiubro, Mr. G. B. Nelaou, Mr. J. Evens, Mr. L. J. Shirley, ilr. W. P. Vesper, Prizes—l, £10, Mr. A. Ballelt; 2, £6, Lady Koihschi.u ; r, Lady Smyth. SHEEP

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

4 Apr 1903

stones from his path savagely and casting Ireful glances at the Ht. Kilda, as if she were to blame ; with the result that evening found him, rather to his own surprise, sober as • judge. Hugh Macleod remarked on the fact when, after seeing his men safely

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

31 Mar 1894

admitted that he had hewn ordered to bend reports to his Government on Australian matter,. Vainly did he add that his objects were purely pacific and commercial. Every patriotic Australian is keeping his powder dry, and gorging himself on the press rumours

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

16 Feb 1895

the old-fashioned pattern who swelled his nostrils with snuff, but did not puff out tobacco in smoke. Marshal Macklahon, although in his younger days a smoker, gave up the habit by medical advice some years before his election as the uncrowned monarch of

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