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  • County: Cambridgeshire, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

12 Apr 1889

showing wo*t ekilled end ea-efal training at the haada of the anperintendent. Mr. Nowell and hi* anaiaunta. The tie* halrmnn werw ably earried out Mr, R. N*. Hltcb. whilst Mr. John Howard proved capital aceompani**. Thw humoron* sketch entitled A'lvertiaing

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

5 Dec 1863

province, to be his private secretary. Ashley Park, Walton-on-Thames, formerly the residence of Sir 11. Fletcher, has been bought by Jewish merchant , a t Bombay, Mr. Sassoon, for £50,000. The hospitsd erectcd at Birkenhead Mr. Laird, M.P., at cost of

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Wisbech Standard

Wisbech Standard Cambridgeshire, England

8 Mar 1889

the moonlight to her society, that Mr. Biddulph looks like a man who has a past. We all have a past, Mrs. Conway-Hope, replied Mrs. Jock, only • good deal depends on how we have went it. Yes, indeed ! and Mrs. Conway-Hope looked down and sighed

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

5 Sep 1863

He had threeW in his pocket. The murderer was not business, but as clerk to his father. Mr. Moran, at the prisoner's remi wrote his parents, informing them of what had ttte place, and, his father being at Harrogate for the benefit* his health, the letter

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

18 Oct 1873

, Sir Titus Salt, Lady Augusta Stanley, Bight lloii. W. Cowper Temple, M.P. Scholarships have l>een. presented Hon. Mrs. Cowper Temple, Mrs. Bussell Gurney, Marchioness of Bipon, Lady Maria Alford, Dowager Lady Stanley Alderley, Mrs. Prideaux, and Miss

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

5 Nov 1853

(by the Ilev. W. F. NVitts), .Mr. John Francis Lee, of Tuubruljfe Well*, to Aon Ltnpoon, of s?t. Giles’s. Nov. .1. »t Cbrwt-cburch, (by the Rev. J. H. Titcomb), Mr. William Raker, erccer. Fitrroy street, to Jane Harriet, of Mr. William .Sexton, farmer, Walden

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

11 Oct 1851

Sept. 20. at his residence, Truro, Cornwall, Admiral tanteek, aged 82. 30, aged 62, Mr. Hammond Battylr, farmer. Cold irbor, Filby, ne-.sr Duumow, Essex, late of Unton, Cambs. Sept. 30, at hi* ucr, Dove street, Kiiigadown, Bristol, ti?, Mr. William Tyson

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

22 Jan 1881

album from the lady clerks at New Court; presents from the tradesmen at Gunnersbury, from the servants there, and at Ascot, dfcc. Other gifs came from Lady Francis Gordon, Lady Antrobus, Mr. Percy Doyle, Mr.L. Cohen, Mr. Louis Davidson, Mr. A. Tite, Baron

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

2 Nov 1850

nu,”> what i-uiild In- WliatUi.l .Mr. FilUiWt-a say laird Filawillituti ut liu-ir martuiff ut tlu Hall last yi-ur f Hi- Mid tins : •• laud, you must i-olu.- Is ck I'rotn lioii. (Mr. KfcU4>WKs; //tar, hmr.‘ ) And (Mr. l.iJda. would |. tlmt tin y I*lll*ll-

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

20 Feb 1858

Scott, Hercules, Esq, and Mrs Scott 100 0 3 Blenkinsopp, Rev ROL Ditto, Thank-offering for unbroken health .. .. Deacon, C, Esq Batten, Mrs Prendergast, Lady Cooper, Mrs lO 0 0 lO 10 0 5 0 0 lO 0 Braikenridge, Esq 100 0 0 Goose, Henry, Esq 10 0 0 Churton

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

25 Jul 1868

«s*f l»ih Rnfer Mr. An-'T-w,'. h I.a-^lord. vr-, 7-r I3'b >* 0 Mr. T llneho«*ii Warrl .r Mordfto Mr. Nisb'iiitfHlN Scoiji .d. Wve-t Mr. .1. n*n ** 3\r« t lO'h Milne Mr. Snrf>«('o’-< cli c Mac uff, by Malcom.3 f*t 51b Mr |,i hr 'Torch

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

20 Aug 1864

the care of Mr. E. M. Barry. Lord Derby has recovered from his attack of illness, and was on Monday able to resume his duties as chairman of the Central Executive Relief Committee. It is rumoured that Lord Brougham intends to publish his opinion on the

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

4 Mar 1892

Kimmins (Downing), Mr. Frank Waters, Mr. J. Chater, Mr. W. W. Clear, Mr. F. Clear, Mr. .1. Bnrford, and Mr J. M. Logan. The Chairman, in introducing Mr. McCarthy, and after alluding to the approach the General Election, told his hearers that could not

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

11 Dec 1852

for the last ten years. Mr. Townsend, with the permission of the Chairman, would bet Mr. Gunnell that never saw the turnip in his life. It was a new thing. Mr. Gunnell hoped, then, that Mr. Townsend would give it name next year. Mr. Townsend replied that

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

20 Feb 1864

long discussion ensued, in which Sir C. O’Loghlen, Mr. Scourfield, Mr. D. Seymour, Mr. Huut, Lord Eufield, Mr. M. Smith, Mr. Evans, Sir G. Bowyer, Sir F. Goldsmid, Sir W. Jolliffe, Sir F. Kelly, and Mr. Rose took part. Sir G. GREY replied, and said that

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

24 Jul 1852

hour afterwards, Mr. Silk arrived nt home, and pointed out ike fire to witnesa. It then nil in full blase. Mr. Bi)k said that in his way home (aiesed Mr. Reynolds* farm about 12 o'clock ; it was then apparently all safe : then went to his father's, and stopped

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

24 Jul 1852

get the 100’., but will hold our tongues.” Mr. WoßLlkdge and Mr. Wells appeared for the prosecution ; and Mr. TO7.KR aa counsel for the prisoner.—At the close the case the jury returned verdict of whereupon Mr. Baron Parke sentenced him to be transported

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

3 Nov 1866

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP. I j SOX OCR OWN correspondent). 77. ttrt'lay. Mr. Brisiit's speech at Dublin seems to have enc some of our timid politicians out of their self-control. His proposal as to the large estates of the country heard with a scream of p-

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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

19 Apr 1889

) There are few of his relatives to whom the Prince of Wales is so sincerely devoted as he was to the late Duchess of Cambridge. He counted his attachment to the venerable old lady as amongst the greatest of his pleasures, and his first thoughts on landing

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Wisbech Standard

Wisbech Standard Cambridgeshire, England

19 Apr 1889

down the bill with his rifle in his head, and stood among some birchwood ; but Rob stopped where he was, and turned his back, and wou't look, as he did not wish to see his young master commit murder. Well, sir, continued Sandy, his very hair apparently

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