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2 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Cambridgeshire, England
  • For Years: 1750 - 1799
  • Type: Illustrated

Cambridge Intelligencer

Cambridge Intelligencer Cambridgeshire, England

6 May 1797

at a neighbonrin3 houfe, laird forth. Their firft at of villainy, as 111C3ii as it sv,,s d.abolical, was to take, tile both-pin out of a carriage, in which were ladies only ; the tat ;nage was nearly overturned, and the ladies were much frightened, titongli

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Cambridge Intelligencer

Cambridge Intelligencer Cambridgeshire, England

7 Sep 1793

than that of alleviating its diftreffes. T 0 or three of his Nieces in particular experienced the bounty of his purfe, whom he allowed, for the laft eight years pall, 2501. a year. Mr. Walmfley is inconfolable for the miffortune that has fo unexpettedly

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Type: Illustrated