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  • County: Cambridgeshire, England
  • For Years: 1880 - 1889
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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 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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

10 May 1889

Linn', as he had said his wile was a cup ged wourin. The humorous twinkle in his brown eye was gone, and he stooped, and the cheery rine had passed out of his voice. cant get the poor lad out of my head uitht or thy, he told his friend, the doctor, who

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Wisbech Standard

Wisbech Standard Cambridgeshire, England

22 Mar 1889

assumed the laird at Iniamore, in Glasgow he was still a shrewd, clever man of business ; and Mr. Sandford Hill, at a humble distance, followed in his footsteps. Alick, in his telegrstn, had summoned Mr. Hill to Iniamore, and on the following day Mr. Hill arrived

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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

9 Aug 1889

d,..J, and went to his room, and them • most to tell her that Biddulph was satisfied his wife still like a wise man, he held his tongue, knowing well I. oful eight met her gam lived. And now !—again she looked up in his face also what made Alick

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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

27 Dec 1889

signify. She looket b with a questioning expression at Mr. Brown' careless altitude; he was leaning hack in his air, his head ou one side, while the fingers of his right hand pulled gently at his fair whiskers; she sighed, and she seemed restless and

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Wisbech Standard

Wisbech Standard Cambridgeshire, England

8 Mar 1889

doubt he had his romance--some lost love—to keep company with his memory in his lonely hours. And you must find it lonely, Mr. Biddulph I In a way ; but I am used to be alone, and I am writing • book. Indeed I This is interesting. May I ask what

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Wisbech Standard

Wisbech Standard Cambridgeshire, England

15 Mar 1889

Stewart great attention, said Alick Fraser to his sister-in-law, Mrs. Jock, over his venison and aspic jelly. I think he admires her, answered Mrs. Jock. Alick said nothing more. He ate his lunch and drank his champagne, and tasted both the green and yellow

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Wisbech Standard

Wisbech Standard Cambridgeshire, England

26 Apr 1889

of Airdlion. But they found his rifle, and his shootingshoes, which the head constable measured with a significant sigh, and then took possession of. All his belongings were lying about his room—his books, his letters, his pipes. Everything, indeed, bespoke

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Wisbech Standard

Wisbech Standard Cambridgeshire, England

8 Mar 1889

past he would have fain forgotten, and all the evil of his nature had for the time held possession of his soul. But his brow was smooth now, sad his smile as ready as if no secret weighed upon his heart. He bad a natural grace of manner, and Jock Fraser

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