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  • County: Cambridgeshire, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Article

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

23 Feb 1850

uliuriele and by increased practical exertmo op..nJ JJJ » enaued. .be Si, J. motion wMr. tba ten , .. and I,mil. l ord Manner- and Mr. opposn-d Mr. Mr. her, -I - ~JjW rm-d Ihigl.t, and Captain l'elb*«. debate l' , ,bur * J *’- U.uvr.u.v, FA. »

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

10 Mar 1883

March 5. Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Fawcett returned to their places, and each received remarkably warm welcome from both les of the House. Sir J. Mowbray reported from the Oomraittee of Selection that they bad nominated Mr. Gorehen, Mr. Playfair. Mr. o’Shaughne

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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

15 Mar 1889

Glcuiloyue. Mr. Biddulph's the man to invite to a picnic, said Jock, in his hearty way. Nora, you must give me one of your posies, and I'll make all the young fellows jealous. With a bright look, Nora picked out a ruse :.n.l pinned it to the laird's coat

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

25 Oct 1873

and Mrs. Tail, the Bishop of Bath and Wells, Lady A. and Miss Hervey, the Karl of Bowis. Lord Crewe, Mr. Beresford-Hopo, M.8., Lady Mildred Hope, Uev. Lord Charles and Lady Hervey, Hon. and Bev Augustus and Lady Bhipps. Mr. John Walter and Mrs. Walter

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

9 Oct 1858

the Rer. Mr. Livrngston, Precentor of Carlisle Cathedral, and the Dean (the Rev. Mr. Cli.sc,) the Bishop of the diocese has ven indement. His lordship reviewed the circumstances of the case, and concluded declaring it to his duty to restore Mr. I ivineston

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Wisbech Standard

Wisbech Standard Cambridgeshire, England

9 Aug 1889

the subject of Bid- Mrs. Jock was holding him up in her arms, as his with eager questioning eyes, and Biddulph felt her dulph. difficulty of breathing was very great, while the grey hand trembling on his arm. pallor of his face, his damp brow, and dim

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

9 Jul 1870

Hon Mr* Harcourt Best Pinc-Mr H Harrell Melon, green flesh—Mrs Carver _ _ Melon, scarlet flesh—Hon Mrs Hareourt Best collection of Fruit—Mr Harrell Extra Prize for Basket of Figs exhibited by iMra Bray brook e best dish for flavour-1 and 2, Hon Mrs Harcourt

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

25 Jan 1895

store for them for the future. Mr. T. Miller made a very witty and humorous speech, and congratulatory speeches were also given by Mr. Mudd, Mr. Janies Toller, Mr. Joseph To'l r, Mr. E Smith, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Baxter, Mr. Todd, Mr. Coxall and others, the whole

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

29 Jun 1872

Camlodge P.Hiltry Mr E. Eden Cottage, Spark Brook, near Birmingham YARD STEWARDS. sr«W*Rt>*. Mr J. R Mann. Mr C. Mr C. Mr 11. Thurnall Mr J. N. Yorke. Class Horses. Mr C. Ellis Mr J. F. Fetch Mr. Scrjt. WallU Claas 2.—Nag Horses. Mr S. H. Rowley Mr H. J.

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

9 Jan 1864

CAMBRIDGE Mr. C. Bars, 11, Kings Parade. Boston, Mr S Veall Newmarket, Mr J F Clark Brandon, J Clark, jun. Soham, MrGMainprice Chatteris. Mr T N Negus Theriord, Messrs Brown and Fly. Mr R. Freeman i Colby Gazeley. Mr John Wilson . St Ives, Mr J Frank Haverhill

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

3 Sep 1853

(Before Mr .See*mtf*ry Potter.) rAVTIOM-CHUERrAKER’S MILLS. WHITINO, CLKRK. V. WATSON. Mr. Wm.kin, of FurnivNr* Inn, conducted the plnintiff’s c.i*r ; .m»I Mr. RLTEIisiWRrF (instructed hy Mr. att-.rnry,) mj»js ar« d couneel for the dtf» ndnnt. Mr. Wilkin

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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

2 Nov 1877

he said to kimelf, and be kept his Wirt TuE simmer TO MURDER .1 WIVE AT At tho Islo of Ely Petty Sesin., at the Saabs Wiabech, on Saturday, before Mr. W. Moore, chairman, Lieut.-Col. Reid, Mr. H. C. Calling, and Mr. W. Newham, Jou ph 11.0, 1. in..,

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Wisbech Standard

Wisbech Standard Cambridgeshire, England

12 Jul 1889

read Mr. Biddulph's letter-this is it ; ' and Nora put world and its crooked and uncanny ways. She knew, colour , Lady Barbera is a great favourite of Ruble. it into his hand, and scarcely dared to look at the too, that Nom Stewart had loved Mr. Biddulph

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

22 May 1858

and is in the 44th year of his age He married Lady Harriet, sister of the present Marquis of Qneensbury For sonu- years he held the rectory of Kirby Misperton, worth about 1 but on the death of his father, the late laird Feveraham. succeeded to a co

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

9 Sep 1871

gentlemen—one con of Mr. Baines, of Leeds, the other son of Mr. Charles Reed, M.P.—who were on a visit to the Recorder of Londonderry. The tv/o were bathing, when Mr. Baines became exhausted, and sank. Mr. Reed, seeing him down, v/ent to his Assistance, and

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

11 Mar 1899

last, years. He bequeathed his wife, Mary Agnes Berry. £lOO. his household effects, and all his manuscripts. It was his express order and direction that his man useripis shall boI be published after his death. Dr Bcrr> left his residuary estate in trust

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Wisbech Standard

Wisbech Standard Cambridgeshire, England

12 Apr 1889

seen at Mr. M'Lean's gallery in the Haymarket, and no conditions could be better or happier for doing justice to the work , of this gnat painter. At the same time and place Mr. Eriest Crofts, It.A. had his pictures on view, and two landscapes Of Mr. Leader's

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

3 Aug 1872

hack to England, aid I hope hi* health had not been pulled down *o hut that he will have many year* enjoyment. hope lie will often conic down to see I»i.n old friend* I couple the name Lady Peyton as hi* other hnlf he would nay hi* better half, or, a gentleman

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

12 Jun 1869

exclusion of his sister. Lady Mary Topham, the plaintiff. His honour said that the late duke was minded to place a very large sum of money in trust for his two daughters, Lady Mary and Lady Harriet, subject to a power of appointment in his son, the present

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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

12 Jul 1889

; an d let so tell Mrs. Conway Con -Hope, Minnie attass6thasitamdwoukt her there, she told hermit ; and Malcolm bad youclurfed no reply.ors spoke no word to Margret to go if Mr. and Mrs. Freer went. of Malcolm Framer That lady however Nora wee obliged

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