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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

11 Dec 1852

for the last ten years. Mr. Townsend, with the permission of the Chairman, would bet Mr. Gunnell that never saw the turnip in his life. It was a new thing. Mr. Gunnell hoped, then, that Mr. Townsend would give it name next year. Mr. Townsend replied that

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

21 Jul 1838

who has often tried his power* with the most abstruse questions. in which he was invariably right. By what method arrived his conclusions he could never explain, nor could the writer ever discover the system he pursued. power* of hi* memory were astonishing

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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 Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

24 Jul 1852

hour afterwards, Mr. Silk arrived nt home, and pointed out ike fire to witnesa. It then nil in full blase. Mr. Bi)k said that in his way home (aiesed Mr. Reynolds* farm about 12 o'clock ; it was then apparently all safe : then went to his father's, and stopped

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

19 Feb 1845

one oil the witnesses against Mr. Kelly, in the late election petition, Mr. Gunning is retained fix the prosecution, and Mr. O'Malley and Mr. Burch:ins for the defence. Mr. D. King is solicitor for the promosnon, and Mr. C. 11. Cooper for the defence

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

24 Jul 1852

get the 100’., but will hold our tongues.” Mr. WoßLlkdge and Mr. Wells appeared for the prosecution ; and Mr. TO7.KR aa counsel for the prisoner.—At the close the case the jury returned verdict of whereupon Mr. Baron Parke sentenced him to be transported

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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

29 May 1841

U I h,y Mr. b. •. H. .tiy Cniiliu* IN ltit.) cli. r. Cringo, l.rclh, rto Mungo l|..rnsby Colonel U ,-»ti-nra’s br. c. I lie Nob, Knrllcy. i Mr ..p, lanil’* l.r c. Mustaphu Vluley. I.y Mub-y Mailou Sir I, all., * c. Mon-.oliati, Chuppb-.' Mr Saddler's

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

2 Mar 1844

paw between laird and Lady alter his came home. Lady did not lease the lioum- again on Sunday night: Lord I'aget went out. Lord William was exceedingly fond bis children. Lady did not appear so much attached. Hi* lordship always treated his wife with kindness

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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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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

24 May 1843

of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. M ',tram there io 1814 Mr. Tamer was then called, and maid—l am a solicitor, and remember a Inerocialion shout lite =mele of Mrs. Motown 1101 Mts. Mortrata.thea Rota Jane Too tishead, told tot, that Mr.. Marietta had Pro

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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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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

9 May 1901

Lieutenant), Mr Harding (High Sheriff), Mr Alderman Stephereon (chairman of the Carabs. County Council). Mr Martin (chairman the Isle of Elv County Council). Adeline, »nd Mr A. P. Borough The Mayor of Cambridße. Mr G. F. Foster Mr C J. Clav. Mr Alderman Kelt

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

5 Jul 1873

had been made out for it.—Mr. 11. . | Matthews seconded Mr. Pease, condemning the hill ' inquisitorial and an outrageous violation of personal | liberty and Constitutional right. Mr. Downing, Mr. Munster, Mr. J. Martin, and Mr. Serjeant Sherlock also ■

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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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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

28 Nov 1868

Elcho, Mr. C. B. Adderley. Mr. H. Austin Bruce, Sir T. Watson, Bart.. M.1)., Sir C. Lanyon. Lieut.-Col. C. B. Ewart, R.E., Mr. J. M' Clean, C.E., Mr. George Clive, Mr. F. S. Powell, Mr. A. S. Avrt »n, Mr. R. §. Aytoun, Mr. B. Shaw, Mr J. Lambert, Mr. James

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

6 May 1843

«mit 1.. i« ;i rv.mt .«• Mr. linnlii. r'. Kii ••ih'rtitl hi« U-mg hi Mr. >:in)in * 1i..1..n .1 r. r» -in iiini-. Saw him m.lv 1.. that >iimii.ii il» Mills•rm'iih- r nml Mr. Inigi-tt* al-.i 1.1 (i.-il » .«■> nts.iil J'lm-. I hi-y st.iyi-il m- tl,. *v

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

20 Feb 1847

from the time that lie took his seat in the llou*j of Peers till his marriage, Util.* remains to be related respecting the sayings or doings llublj, Karl IVicy. lu-u he r.;.cM l.» h.M vw his age ceased to be baclelor. Ihe Lady harlotte Florentia live, second

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

9 Jul 1842

Manvcra, and two t-adua FMsrrcpoint; t»'’, laird I’rudhoo; Marqata and fount • *,'i*couni anil Vicounlt-*.-. Alford . iMour.t Clive; laird an'*. |. Holuit-a dale; laird l.ovaine. amount Lord Kalwio Hill; laird and l-idy Krn. st Hruci . la- * a . w^t ;

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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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