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  • County: Cambridgeshire, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Article

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

16 Feb 1839

following: viz-—“ HuntingtingJonshire. to wit. the Justices of our Sovereign Lady the Que**n, ond for the said county, present, that, on the twenty-first day of June, in the year of our laird One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-eight, there was, and from thence

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

4 Dec 1835

Melbourne's presence Mr. Faraday is red. and the following scene ensues l.ord Melbourne.—'•Tate seat. Mr. Faraday. Mr. Faraday docs take a sent, and i.ord Melbourne aits down also. Mr. Faraday U silent ; so is l.ord Melbourne. Mr. Faraday does nothing

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

9 Jan 1841

Rev. J. W. Travis, rector of Liduate; the Rev. John Taylor, of All Saints, Newmarket; Mr. and Mrs. Kitchener and family ; Mr. W. P. Isaacson, Mr. Faircloth, Mr. and Mrs. Hilton, Ace. The severity of the weather prevented the attendance of several of the

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

17 Nov 1849

Laly I’airoi.are lady WILLIAM POW LKIT. 1 lady ,\ K. Dowager Jaoly E. M. Mra. IRELAND. Mrs. POKT.MAN. Mra. ADDINGTON. Mra MILLS. Mrs. JEWNS. Mra. lIAI.U nrinf li- c.'mmrnrr Uvlf.pail Vine, and H'ripperl't Hand ill milend. ickela may bad Mr. J. Doi ion, at

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

4 May 1832

Slakes four burses were entered ; was excellent race, and was only won hy half a neck, laird Grimston’s Whip, rode Major beating Mr. Kingston’s Carmin, rode Capt. Beecher, Mr. Berengara, and another horse. After this race several matches made among the pentlrmen

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

11 May 1832

remaining. Total ca»ex in that city, 1,010; total deaths, 538. W I S » K. Mrs. HARIUS Mr. HUME and THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY observe (hat at a of the London Political Union, over whith Mr. doseph Hume presided, one of the -pcakers expressed hope that if the Deform

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

17 Jun 1837

to dinner accordingly, through his excellent friend Mr. Adam (now Lord mief Commissioner of the Jury Court in Scotland), who at that time held a confidential office in the royal household. The Regent had consulted with Mr. Adam also as to the composition

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

3 Jun 1843

Hospital, are requested to send the tame before the meeting of the Governors the duy above mentioned, int'iHi, trill tier lairds it> hi ulusitl. Hy order. KHLDKHIC HAUI.OW, secretary. St. Amlrrir's Slnet. i'ltmbridse.

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

12 Sep 1834

the bench. His third charge that Mr. Doherty was appointed Chief Justice nf the Pleas, when hi. u most amhiliuli would have rendered him satisfied with the office uf Assistant Barrister. Mr. O’Connell, however, suppresses the fact that Mr. Doherty was

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

26 Apr 1833

after 'hr j thr .-a. b..nndlng ramrr of p j Aflrr U.mr alln.ion. to Ihr prn.lon ll.t, Mr C morlinl by .lating that hr should rolr for Mr. Allwood . oo.llon Mr ItICHIRDS said hr supported motion of Ihr (Mr. Att-mol , «a. ad«rrr«' allrrnlion the currrnry to

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

2 Feb 1839

The pangs of death were unktiown that estimable lady, for she died without a sigh, having her lied surrounded hv her dearest ties. The Countess of Surrey came to town from latth han.pton, and laird and l.ady Francis Kgertoo, who had been visiting the Duke

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

27 Oct 1849

St. Mnrgant's. Mr. It it •on's Heauclen-, Mr. l/iwsou's Keleshea, Ilerle-rt’s Rudulphus Mr. .Merry’* Mi## Mr. Payne’s Glauca. Mr. NiehoU’s h. Mr, BeiUey's Cock* rmouth. Mr. Verity’s hitstone, Mr.W igram’s Keraun, SirC. Monck’sVaogtiard, Mr. <>-ladde«ti*n’s

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

2 Dec 1848

was shot through the breast. Mr. W. H. Wilder, a member of the General Council, received a hall in the head, and when we saw him seemed to be suffering much from loss of blood, though wo believe his wound is not dangerous. Mr. James Dunn, of the Third Ward

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

6 May 1843

only one bed. Mr. and Mrs.Gardner slept in the house that night. By Lord Brougham. —Mr. and Mrs. Gardner dined with them. I was in the room when Mr. and Mrs. Gardner and the other two persons were there. They called the lady Mrs. Margetts. Mrs. Gardner always

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

10 Jul 1835

the Archbishop of Canterhurv, the Earl of Hardwicke, laird Lyndhurst, the Earl of Burlington, and the Duke of Grafton. his address the Chancellor, the Public Orator, having then Prince Poir.o his right hand, after having congratulated the University

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

12 Sep 1834

lea and cake were provided for his female admirers. At some houses as many as eighty ladies assembled, and at none less than twenty : taking an average of forty ladies to each house, it makes a tea party of 2,440 ladies. At twenty seven houses music was

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

15 Jun 1832

tro*»ps the line ami expressed his arty thanks the I'2lo freeholders «p dishnlge them. I his | iai j ||t,non'd him with their free and independ- j \ , |||, ,, ;»- success, (he National ant-nlTrages (hanked his committee ami his KI’SO.M RACES. **' (..wards

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

7 Aug 1844

doubt, en ss he liven be will remember Mtge Sophia B. his Wakefield excursion, —mod could he h••• bees introduced to his lady lone, be would have (seed her a Rend-natured and good.bammred lady, feed of a joke, but fonder of integrity of porpum, and

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

3 Mar 1838

called to the BREACH OF PRIVILEGE. MR. O’CONNELL. On the motion of Lord Maidstone, the Order of the Day for the attendance of Mr. O’Connell in his place was now read. The Speaker inquired if Mr. O’Connell was in his place. Mr. O’Connell rose and said—“ I am

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

21 Jul 1838

who has often tried his power* with the most abstruse questions. in which he was invariably right. By what method arrived his conclusions he could never explain, nor could the writer ever discover the system he pursued. power* of hi* memory were astonishing

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