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  • County: Cambridgeshire, England
  • For Years: 1890 - 1899
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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

7 May 1897

broke oat Sunday in Mr. Samuel S«rU*s large storehouse, the moat thickly populated part Gamliugay. Tha property, large structure three atones, wae built and used earlier yaa>s Ladies’ Boarding School. Mr. til, the proprietor, and Mr. John Dew were frequently

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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 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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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

18 Feb 1898

prevent were Lady H-leu Boyle, Mr. and Mrs. Mort and Bliss T. 8. Mart, Lord Ashcombe, Mr. BUI, M.P., Sir Graham and Lady Bower, Lady Hobhoiise, Major and lira. the Rev, O. w. Bind, the Rev. W. H. and Mrs. Oxlay, the Rev. Andrew Pope, Mrs. Hsnaer (wife

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

31 Oct 1891

ensuing year: —Mr. A. Thoday (president), Mr. E. Todd (vice-president), Mr. W. C. Bull (treasurer), Mr. I). Ingle, inn. (secretary), Mr. L. Gantry (registrar), Mr. Joseph Munsey (superintendent). FOULRIRE. Liberal Meeting.—On Thursday night Mr. Hoare, the

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

8 Nov 1895

written by Mr. David Croal insou, Editor The Art Journal. Mr. Ffldesis a< Artist generally, Painter V nice a* tt Portrait rainter, and Illustrator, chapter gives some account of Mr. Fildes’ ■rtisUo «*P« lier,p ® » ,ln(, *'® whole concludes of Mr. Fildes*

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

29 May 1899

see how it fared with the sick man, and was sitting his bedside when one old woman looked in and said: “What, balnt lie dead yet They actually tie 1 his jaw before his death, being'tired of waiting. Mr. Fletcher llchinson devotes the first of series of

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

4 Jun 1897

shipwrecked better from his own than others achieved by force imagination. This t*io first account of his -rrilde experience. f, ftor the wreck of the steamer •* Cramodoro when on its way to Cuba. . . ~ „ , Richard Harding Pans concludes his long novel Soldiers

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

9 Feb 1894

present the Revs, J H. Crosby (treasurer). G. R. Bullock-Webster. Canon Randolph, Archdeacon Chapin Mr. C. Bidwell. Lady Alvvvnc Compton, Mr.-. C- Bidwell, Mrs. Crosby, the Mis>es Anderson. Chapman and Trewby.—The Chairman r«ad letters from several friends

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

2 Apr 1897

demands from its possessor. As a painter, has attained eminent position by ths nobility end Mtity of his aims, bis profound knowledge of his craft and his technical skill; a Director of Art training, hia erience South Kensington and bis study of Art of all

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

19 Apr 1895

re-appointed Mr. Fawcett as his warden —Mr. Hall proposed, aud Mr. Songer seconded, that Mr. Swannell the parish warden, and it was agreed Messrs Songer and S. Storey were re-appointed sidesmen.—The thanks of the vestry were accorded to Mrs. Cobb, Mr. C. E.

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

3 Nov 1899

author, and give clsar Impression his personality and literary life. The ins in colonr for Richard Henry Stoddard’s poem, ’'The Cricket Song—Japanese,” •re Harvey KlUs. The c includiug iastaliuint the ** Stevenson deal with his life In Ssmca, one of the most

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

27 Sep 1899

XLII. ‘‘BUT WHY I>ll> YOU FOLLOW ME?” The morning after his return from Derby Ahire, Lord Leigh summoned Adam his private room. lie stood in the window, looking upon the park, and did not turn when his valet came in, and said : Yes, lord.” Adam, tell yon

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

15 May 1896

with •peaal hope and sympathy on his return to his diocese, and we join in earnest prayer with him and his dear ones, that his brother, Jibe Archdeacon, may shortly be restored to health and something of hie old vigour in his Master's service. have thanked

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

29 Jul 1898

Walter Gilbev, Mr. H. McCalmont, M.P., Mr. W. Greene. M.P., the Lord lieutenant (Mr. Perkovfr), the High Sheriff (Mr. F. Crisp), Capt. Pun com he. Mr. Hamer Towgood, Mr. J. Paisley. Mr. C. F. Cnntiff# Foster, Mr. E. T. Hooler, Mr. T. Francis, Mr. T. Coote

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

24 Jul 1896

UiasF. Anderson (daughter). Lady C«npton isist-rl Ml* Edith Anderson (sister), Lord snd Lady Baston. Me. and Mra. Gilbert Irby, the Honourable Winifred Irby, Mr. and tbe Hon. |£ta. and laird SsntoaiM. The Foreign ana remeaentsd Mr. Eric Barrington, Sir Clemsnt

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

9 Aug 1899

greatest credit on the energetic secretary, Mr F. Laming. The judges were; Mr H. F. Pollock, M.P., the Rev R. G. Ash, Mr W. Wright, Alder man Mills, J.P., and Dr Barritt. Mr J. Ward, Leicester, was the starter; Mr H. Ingamells, offi cial handicapper to the

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

1 May 1891

characters:—Mr. Henry Higgins, Mr. H. King; Frank Friskly, Mr. A. Seawell; Peter Pippin, Master R. T. Smith; Jacob Earwig, Mr. F. Rout: Miss Cecelia Moonshine, Mr. O. J. Smith; Emily Trevor. Mr. A. W. Tisdale: Sally Smith. Mr. J.‘Stevens; Betty Jenkins, Mr. W

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

14 Sep 1894

their scarcity extreme obstinacy Mr. Theodore Bent tells pleasantly enough the story of his recent wanderings in Arabia Mr. Drage energetically defends himself against Mrs. Sidney Webb’s attack on the Labour Commission, but his tone becomes unpleasantly personal

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