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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

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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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

7 Feb 1913

LETTER. MR. PAGET'S OPTIMISM. Owing to his continued ill-health tha Borougn Member was unable to attend the annual meeting of the Cambridge Conservative Association Tuesday evening, but sent letter in which he gave his views on situation. Mr. Paget is

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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 Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

1 Aug 1903

was held in large marquee. Mr. H. F. Bristowe (Chairman of tin Association) ptes.ded. and whs support! d on tli platform by the Hon. Walter Guinness. Mr. T. F. Tilliard. Col Campbell. Mr. W. Howlett. Mr. Cbas tie.- (Mddenhall. Mr. J. H. Tbomp-on (Secretary

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

16 Feb 1839

following: viz-—“ HuntingtingJonshire. to wit. the Justices of our Sovereign Lady the Que**n, ond for the said county, present, that, on the twenty-first day of June, in the year of our laird One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-eight, there was, and from thence

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

4 Dec 1835

Melbourne's presence Mr. Faraday is red. and the following scene ensues l.ord Melbourne.—'•Tate seat. Mr. Faraday. Mr. Faraday docs take a sent, and i.ord Melbourne aits down also. Mr. Faraday U silent ; so is l.ord Melbourne. Mr. Faraday does nothing

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

9 Jan 1841

Rev. J. W. Travis, rector of Liduate; the Rev. John Taylor, of All Saints, Newmarket; Mr. and Mrs. Kitchener and family ; Mr. W. P. Isaacson, Mr. Faircloth, Mr. and Mrs. Hilton, Ace. The severity of the weather prevented the attendance of several of the

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

17 Nov 1849

Laly I’airoi.are lady WILLIAM POW LKIT. 1 lady ,\ K. Dowager Jaoly E. M. Mra. IRELAND. Mrs. POKT.MAN. Mra. ADDINGTON. Mra MILLS. Mrs. JEWNS. Mra. lIAI.U nrinf li- c.'mmrnrr Uvlf.pail Vine, and H'ripperl't Hand ill milend. ickela may bad Mr. J. Doi ion, at

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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

4 May 1832

Slakes four burses were entered ; was excellent race, and was only won hy half a neck, laird Grimston’s Whip, rode Major beating Mr. Kingston’s Carmin, rode Capt. Beecher, Mr. Berengara, and another horse. After this race several matches made among the pentlrmen

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

19 Jun 1918

Sir Daniel Hall, Mr. H. h. I'roluero. 3U. G. H. Koberls, Mr. Iv. G. Strutt, M Douglas, .Mr. VV. .). J-itzhorbortitrockirles. .Mr. VV. V. Hav-iland, Mr. Mr laird Bishop Kos-s) r.cro

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

18 Oct 1873

, Sir Titus Salt, Lady Augusta Stanley, Bight lloii. W. Cowper Temple, M.P. Scholarships have l>een. presented Hon. Mrs. Cowper Temple, Mrs. Bussell Gurney, Marchioness of Bipon, Lady Maria Alford, Dowager Lady Stanley Alderley, Mrs. Prideaux, and Miss

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

5 Nov 1853

(by the Ilev. W. F. NVitts), .Mr. John Francis Lee, of Tuubruljfe Well*, to Aon Ltnpoon, of s?t. Giles’s. Nov. .1. »t Cbrwt-cburch, (by the Rev. J. H. Titcomb), Mr. William Raker, erccer. Fitrroy street, to Jane Harriet, of Mr. William .Sexton, farmer, Walden

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

11 May 1832

remaining. Total ca»ex in that city, 1,010; total deaths, 538. W I S » K. Mrs. HARIUS Mr. HUME and THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY observe (hat at a of the London Political Union, over whith Mr. doseph Hume presided, one of the -pcakers expressed hope that if the Deform

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Cambridge Intelligencer

Cambridge Intelligencer Cambridgeshire, England

13 Oct 1798

he ()leers and femmes. under his command. Mr: Deputy Leeßev oso . ved a congratulatory Addrsfs to his NT:ijelty; on the occation if the Lite glorious Victory of Admiral Net. ; and tbe.tootion being cartied unaninsotifiv. • All the Firft Lieutensats who

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

17 Jun 1837

to dinner accordingly, through his excellent friend Mr. Adam (now Lord mief Commissioner of the Jury Court in Scotland), who at that time held a confidential office in the royal household. The Regent had consulted with Mr. Adam also as to the composition

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

11 Oct 1851

Sept. 20. at his residence, Truro, Cornwall, Admiral tanteek, aged 82. 30, aged 62, Mr. Hammond Battylr, farmer. Cold irbor, Filby, ne-.sr Duumow, Essex, late of Unton, Cambs. Sept. 30, at hi* ucr, Dove street, Kiiigadown, Bristol, ti?, Mr. William Tyson

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

15 May 1914

were: The Lari and Countess Normauton, the Hon. Mrs. Wellesley, Lady Constance Leslie, Mrs. Farmer, the lion. Lady Lgertun, the Hon. lauly Keppel, Miss Olivia Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bcntinck. the Hon. Lady Musgrave, .Stewart, Airs. Albert Gray. Air. Arnett

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

3 Jun 1843

Hospital, are requested to send the tame before the meeting of the Governors the duy above mentioned, int'iHi, trill tier lairds it> hi ulusitl. Hy order. KHLDKHIC HAUI.OW, secretary. St. Amlrrir's Slnet. i'ltmbridse.

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