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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

9 Apr 1892

In paymebt she tendered a aheque for £8, signed H. E. Laird, and' received in change from .Miss Shaokleton, the shop assist- ant, £115s. Sheaskedthattheartioles should be spnt to Mrs Laird, 'Devonshire-place, Birken- head. Later in the day prisoner

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

3 Feb 1872

SAMUEL HOLLAND, ESQ., M.P., AND1 HIS CONSTITIUENTS. I On Friday evening, the 20th ult., Mr Holland met his Festiniog constituents at the Asmembly-roon, Blaeesu Festiniog, to give an account of the manner in which he had exercised the trust reposed in

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

29 Dec 1846

alislresses whirhls )ItmL ngli fit d AWi thiii two hiirnd red ya rdlaof lila 'I ltii'thg'.te, whNVII his ahtole ?? spie'it ittMelloii' How' Cain we expect Lady- I-., iii Urosveioi'- squaire, to give I egntct to the 11y3e' owvretchbednesst iii ha. U iic's

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

27 Aug 1864

House Mr Ward Mr and Mrs Ferries Mr and MIrs Bevan, Porteynon, Swansea Kings Head Inn..,Biss Davies. Mr Tokoy,' London Mrs 'lookey Mr J Jeukinson Mr J Jones Mr H1 Wilkinson Mr John Peters Mr Jaines Peters Mr ltobinson, t

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

16 Feb 1895

Mc Mr 0. P. Priestley, oheqne ; Mr and Mrs Wvnne, batc dressing case; Mr Robert Algeo, silver salt eletars; passi Mrs Owen, Ocedans, marble acid bronzi timepiece ; b'ocii Mr W. F. Blandy, cheque; M r and Mrs J. Owen, Tycocb, cilver cake dish ; Mr Egerton

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

15 Jul 1871

them; The other toasts ?? and Mrs Prichard, Mr Laird, M.P., and Mrs Laird, Mr T. Prichard, 0. J. A. F. Meyrick, Esq., Air Clarke, of Kin- mel ; the Committee, coupled with thcname of Mr Williams, Cellar Farm, treasurer ; and Mr Griffiths, Bwlan, secretary;

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

23 Jan 1892

Shamrock; . Mrs Roberts (senior), Medicsl Hall; ley Mr Thomag Owen, R.N.. and Miss Owen- Penrhyn ;as Marchog; Mr and Mrs J. B. G.-Pemberton, 8baple- t a hurst; Mr and Mrs H. Williams, Admiralty Hoause; .te. Mrsanud Miss Daubeney; Mrs Marshall,' Bryngoleu;

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

7 Jul 1888

the hot~el the laird wvas thefirst to inscribe his name in the visitors' book. In the usual fashion of lairds he wrote down the name of his property., followel hy the name of his wife with the prefix of Mrs3-lab Us say, Ben Nevie and Mrs Maclavish -and

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

8 Jul 1871

-Pricheard, Mdis Agnes M. Laird, Miss Ellen F. Laird, Miss Alice M. Laird, and Mies Jane M. Laird. The groomnsmen avere Mr Macgregor Laird, Mr T. Pricharcc, Mr Marton Bull, Mr Edwward Hull, Nlr Thos. Bold, ased M-r W. S. Laird. View article

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

15 Jul 1871

Butterton, Mr E. Powell Jones, Mr John Davies, Henllan ; Mr James Sihner, e Mr T. .I. Williams, Denbigh; Mr T. R. Wynne, Bod- a fury ; Mr W. Kerfoot, Mr Lemuel Hughes, Mr Edwd. Roberts, Mr P. Williams, Mr Rlugh Parry, MIr Edwd. I Roberts, St. Asaph ; Mr

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

15 Mar 1856

re- A turning home by train to his friends at Cheltenham lust Men- en3 day. Soddenly, while talking to his servant who accompanied sit him, he~lesped through the .window, and Just grezed 'the heel wi of his boot in his servant's faeie as he turnied round

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

6 Feb 1869

Bulkeley, Mr H. Trevor Roper, Mr Watson, Mr, Mrs, and Miss Main. waring; Mr William Overton, Mr and Mrs P. Walker, M s and Misses Foulkes, Penybryn; Miss Low, Mr and Mrs Dennis, Mr and Mrs T. H. Barker and Miss l'otts; Mr

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

16 Jan 1892

aunia, Mr Ally Sloper; ',God save the Queen. The refreshment stall was managed by Mrs Stewart and' Miss Haworth. Amongst those who took part ije the entertainment were the followingg: -Mrs Great, Mr ?? Cohen, Mr Eustace Cohen, Mr Jack Grant, Mr Archer

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

14 Feb 1891

Lientenaut and Mrs Masyard; 3 Mr T. P. Garnett; Mr Jones; Mrs Ward; Mr Vincent; Dir aud Mrs Smithb; Mr and Mrs Burke - 9 Captain and Mrs Stubbs- Mr Edwards-; Mr, Mrs 3 asd the Mlisses Melooeomnu * View article

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

14 Aug 1851

Air' ntis 'Mrs. Ashrtor arid frirrily, Preet- I wsich ; -Mr-s. C. Peppr iac'ate freritily, Kinrgstown'r ; Mr's. Strick- lind, Statriishr ; Lady Gerard rind surite, Mlorrtagu-equarcte, Lrrsoido ; Mn'. W. Ferthi, tire TNethiIrer-latsl ; ciii 'Mr. WV. B. 5

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

30 Apr 1892

following ladies have been asked to join this com. re mittee:-l isws Williams (Btoseley House), Mrs e Pilkington, 'Mrs Roberts (Roby House), Mrs'Arnold, Mrs Bone, Mrs Jones (Central Buildings), Mrs Edge, MrarFreesr Mrs Msyler, Mrs EHaworth, Mrs la borgan

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

13 Apr 1847

arrived in Liverpool, and was met Lime-street Railway Station by Mr. John Laird. They proceeded together to the Adelphi tel, re rooms were prepared for his lordship’s reception; but his stay here was of very short duration, for at half-past eleven a steamer

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

30 Dec 1830

social treats. The laird of Alsynt, on one occasion, haring come dwvin to Dunohbin, was ao- costed by the smith ol' the +i8llge, when just Teady to moulut his earron, and set off. The smitS being an old acquainitance. and the laird, like' f I ate Mac

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

16 Mar 1878

Why sir, replied Jack, with a grin on his face, Tom Smith moves to my shop and I move to his. A school boy was asked by his teacher to give an example of earnestness. He looked bothered for a moment, but his face brightened like the dew drops glistening

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Caernarfonshire, Wales

19 Jan 1847

Hotel, in Holywell, under the following distinguished patronage.— The Lady Hartiot Mostyn, the Lady •Helena Cooke, the Lady Sarah Hay Williams, the Lady Dinorbcn, the Lady Mostyn, Mrs. Mustyn, (Calcot Hall), the Right Hon. Lord the Hon. Thomas Price l.loyd

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