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  • County: Cambridgeshire, England
  • For Years: 1860 - 1869
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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 Chronicle, General Advertiser and Lynn News

Wisbech Chronicle, General Advertiser and Lynn News Cambridgeshire, England

8 Nov 1862

when Mr. and Mr. Wilkin were were elected. The polling opened o'clock and after an hour had elapsed the numbers gave Mr. Wilkin majority of seven over Mr. Kerkham. eleven o'clock the numbers were nearly equal, but at Mr. Kerkbam was behind his opponent

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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 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

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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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 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

17 Sep 1864

was his intention. ‘Deed, it’s just that, quoth Haystonn, and Fll tell yon my errand. I am gann to court your daughter Jean.’ The Laird of Blackbarony (who for a reason that will afterwards appear, was net willing that his neighbour should pay his visit

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

12 Sep 1863

Steam Bams at Birkenhead —The Morning Pott states that these two vessels war, which have now almost arrived at completion in Mr. Laird's building yard, are to be detained by Government, and court of law will determine whether, under the terms of the Foreign

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

28 Dec 1861

In returning to his villa observed that the countenance of his principal servant was overcast, and that there were tears in his eyes. The cause of this grief was not the death of Prince Albert, which was then unknown, but the death of his governor, General

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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

5 Oct 1861

fallen, from an over zeal he had shown in discharging his servants, and offering per. son illy reward of for the discovery the guilty parties. He was most indignant at the propositioa,and declared that his room should not be subjected to such an indig&ity

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

2 Oct 1869

Normanby, 3. The Hopeful Stakes—Mr. Pryor’s Mantilla, by King of Trumps— Basquine, 1; Biondella, 2; Etruscan, 8. Third Year of the Twentieth Triennial Produce Stakes—Mr. Watt’s Mysotis, Nowminster—Souvenir, I; The Laird, 2. WEDNESDAY. So little was thereof

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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

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

Dowager Duchess of Beaufort, the Duke of Buccleuch, the Earl of Harrowby, Miss Burdett Coutts. Mr. Gregson, M.P., Mr. S. Gurney, M.P., and a number of influential ladies and gentlemen taking an interest in the welfare of donkeys, occupied the state box. The

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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

8 Dec 1866

treasured far more than any of the routine inanities of his enemies, by the Royal lady on whose behalf they svere spoken. But Mr. Atrtox's remarks about Lhe parks were needlessly offensive; and his words n praise of the men who abstained from walking n

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

19 Jan 1861

and Cowards a school at the eastern extremity of his new parish, Mr. ivlornson, a City merchant, having already commenced a church school at the east end of tbe parish. A large ponion the remainder Mr. Douglas appropriated to the relief the district which

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

21 Dec 1861

at' the George the Fourth Hotel, where his lordship is at present staying. The noble lord is still suffering severely from indisposition, ai.d during his address he remained seated. After some preliminary remarks, his loidship said he wished to be clearly

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