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  • County: Cambridgeshire, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

5 Jul 1873

had been made out for it.—Mr. 11. . | Matthews seconded Mr. Pease, condemning the hill ' inquisitorial and an outrageous violation of personal | liberty and Constitutional right. Mr. Downing, Mr. Munster, Mr. J. Martin, and Mr. Serjeant Sherlock also ■

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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

8 Mar 1889

Malcolo' lig,h', of telling Mr. Biddulph of this secret enemy the house in his Pleasant way, Mr. Biddulph cam Fraser walking with his stalwart stepe. that, had been so swift to stab his reputation in the shaking hands with Mrs. Jock and her daughter, They

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

28 Nov 1868

Elcho, Mr. C. B. Adderley. Mr. H. Austin Bruce, Sir T. Watson, Bart.. M.1)., Sir C. Lanyon. Lieut.-Col. C. B. Ewart, R.E., Mr. J. M' Clean, C.E., Mr. George Clive, Mr. F. S. Powell, Mr. A. S. Avrt »n, Mr. R. §. Aytoun, Mr. B. Shaw, Mr J. Lambert, Mr. James

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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

1 Mar 1889

asked. quit e ri g ht, for Mr . Bidd ul p h Ma greeted stran g er his head, and a racking pa in in his swollen, stiffened These words stood out distinct and dear. Mr. but this did not make the matter any betterßiddulph rubbed his eyes then he felt the letters

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

25 Jul 1868

tho ease, allowing some exceptions and overruling others. Mr. East, of Birmingham, appeared for plaintiffs; Mr. Vipan for Mr. Cox; Mr. Cockerell, barrister, of Cambridge, for Mr. Coote; and Mr. Montagu, of the firm of Luck, Cater, and Co., for the assisnees

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

26 Jul 1873

Crickmare 0 Mr. Laurie’s Uttlc Nell, 4 yrs, fi*t 131b Newhouse 0 Mr. Grainger’s Merry Agnes, 5 yrs. fiat 101b Ashworth Mr. Hope’s President, 4 yrs, fist 101b Smith 0 Mr. Ely’s Chasuble, yrs, fist 91b Little Mr. H. S. Pigott’s Tintem, 3 yrs, fist Clay Mr. W

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

21 Aug 1869

by Sir Edward and Lady Cuat and party. The Prince arrived at the Birkenhead docks shortly before twelve o'clock, and went on board the turret ship. Captain, whsre he was received by Mr. Wm. Laird (the senior partner of the firm of Laird Brothers), who conducted

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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

3 May 1889

and lled his off his rough brown ' about the end of June, on a visit to the Prince and nee te, • . though I had no idea, of course, what a dreadful - P u ca p. . , boy lying at his feet. It was • innings paition, and On Saturday afternoon, Mr. Weelnough

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

12 Oct 1850

with the Chairman’s p<-ruii*ak»ii, Ibe health of Mr, Charles Neville and his Lady” (three times threr). Hi'then proposed “The Successful Candidate for the Turnip Prize, Mr. John {three timet three). Mr. John returned thanks, and said the value of the

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

20 Apr 1850

Gird and Lady and Bon. Miss Scarlett, I to wager jhl Abinger. Mr. and I.adyTher*sa Urn*, Bon. Misses IVpvs, Bon. Mr. and Mrs. Toler. Bon • 01-md and Mrs Vurle Bcurlelt. Hisbop of t.lmwester and Bristol, Mrs. and Misses Monk, Bon. l-idy and Mrs. Currey

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

8 Aug 1863

them. . . . Mr. James Eccle. identified the body of Mr. Laird, who, he .aid, wa. in hi. year-j Mr.. Colluon i lentified the body of Clarke, aged 73 Mr. ! Hubbard identified Mrs. Clark, of U'andon Mr. Whitby, builder, identified Mr.. Brown; Mr. J. Balfour

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

5 Oct 1861

who banished Angus the reigning laird, and made over all his possessions and authority to the family of Argyle. James Macdonald, Largie’s heir—the then rightful laird—escaped with difficulty. The story that is told of his escape is this: He was taken pri-oner

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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

7 Jun 1873

supplied by Mr. Ostler. and upwards of 4CO persons sat down. The tables, which were decorated in a most handsome manner, were presided over and trays given by Mrs. Young (Rectory), Mrs. Young (Osborne House), Mrs. Murley. Mrs. Ingram, Mrs. Grimmer, Mrs. Jackson

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

31 May 1873

even the' t.fendaiit him--If. Mr. Hawkes was • d .v Mr, M Mai -u. and the cross-examination w i- vi--.- etTe-.ivThe learned counsel has .all Iriwluuin- i. e h i.iour, and evidently enjoyed hi- fa; M .e than it - ..njoyed Mr. | • ’ f .lrh l.i-t l.i-' mi

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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

22 Mar 1889

of his life. The son of a farmer, he had fallen in love during his studious youth with a pretty daughter of one of the small lairds in his neighbourhood, and, though he had never spoken to the young Lady, his admiration for her had influenced his life

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Wisbech Standard

Wisbech Standard Cambridgeshire, England

22 Mar 1889

of his life. The son of a fanner, be had fallen in love during his studious youth with a pretty daughter of one of the small lairds in his neighbourhood, and, though he had never spoken to the young lady, his admiration for her had influenced his life

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

9 Oct 1869

and his company would prove promotion, she her teps w,th him u.UI th.s guff again c'm- into ™w. But nothing they doaslv molested the two nnt.l they were compelled seek refuge in the torihnuse of Mr. jw-kson. Unfortunately, he was absent but his wife

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

13 Apr 1850

Idilion of expense to tlie Im* Hill w«s supporteMr. Evans, Mr. Christopher, Colonel Ihompaon. Mr. t lay, Mr. Mi'chell, Mr. ockburn, Mr. Mr. Mulling*, and Mr. Hum-; and opposed by Mr. Martin, Mr. 11. Denison, Mr. Henley, and the Attorney lien ral, who sai

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

9 May 1863

some of his idle comrades, that he would kiss a certain beautiful young lady of the city as she came out of church, in the open street. He set about executing his purpose, but shame and remorse seized him, and he addressed the innocent object his bet, saying

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

30 Oct 1858

.. D. Hughes 1 Mr Craven's Yaller Gal, Tib .. .. French 2 Mr Dawson's Mrs Stowe, yrs, .. .. Bullock 3 11 ran. Won by a head. Selling Handicap Sweepstakes of 15 Sovseach; the winnarto be sold for sovs, if demanded. Mr Jackson's Laird o' the Dale, yrs

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