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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

26 Jul 1873

Crickmare 0 Mr. Laurie’s Uttlc Nell, 4 yrs, fi*t 131b Newhouse 0 Mr. Grainger’s Merry Agnes, 5 yrs. fiat 101b Ashworth Mr. Hope’s President, 4 yrs, fist 101b Smith 0 Mr. Ely’s Chasuble, yrs, fist 91b Little Mr. H. S. Pigott’s Tintem, 3 yrs, fist Clay Mr. W

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

21 Aug 1869

by Sir Edward and Lady Cuat and party. The Prince arrived at the Birkenhead docks shortly before twelve o'clock, and went on board the turret ship. Captain, whsre he was received by Mr. Wm. Laird (the senior partner of the firm of Laird Brothers), who conducted

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

23 Sep 1831

found what was its operation, if it pits.*. Mr Wili.iam* ami Mr. 11a*vhij»s exprwrt their hi Inf that the hill would give general aatis- | f* lll,ll . Mr flAßixti haling at convnl.vahle letigllt rapressed hi. reasons for dissenting from the meaaure, concluded

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

17 Oct 1840

of six flowers..Mr. Wood. Ditto, by Amateurs..Not claimed.. GRAPES. Bert flavoured Bunch, (Mack,) not li-.s than II lis., Mr. Slight.. Mr. Laird, gardener Lady Olivia Sparrow. Ditto, colour, the Society.. Mr. Laird. „ . '!•* tfc * - 1 Mr. Gordon, gardener

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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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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

18 Apr 1846

Hawn (W. Boyce;, I; Duke Hutland'ft Paultons and Mr. C. C. Hro- ke’s Kohru*»ao.Mr. Uainsbottom'a Pirn-apple, laird G. Bentinck's Discord, Mr. Moore’s Vaudeville, and Mr. Wesley’s Index, a!*o started.— Hetting—s against

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

3 Mar 1838

Sir Cnablks (jnsv. for Tynemouth . Mr. for (iulway . and Mr. FnrpsißWK, lor the Omen Comity, liki-wise look the and their Iho Ipawitu election conimittee reported that Mr. *J’ii»n*iJ waa not ilul> elected. Slid that Mr. Ktl-LV was the anting Meiinber. A

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

12 Oct 1850

with the Chairman’s p<-ruii*ak»ii, Ibe health of Mr, Charles Neville and his Lady” (three times threr). Hi'then proposed “The Successful Candidate for the Turnip Prize, Mr. John {three timet three). Mr. John returned thanks, and said the value of the

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

8 Feb 1833

vinm, from tl.r . Mr,..ml ,h.l hr » Rood Hi. ■» j r- turned nllrndr.! in mr «- rnlrwl Thrcro.d mil.hlr, and along from M. Jamr. . P.larr, morr th great, nn.l thr.r con.lutt in. .1 .rtful and .l.rorrMi., Hi. Majr.l)-, hi. »ay and from the

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

20 Apr 1850

Gird and Lady and Bon. Miss Scarlett, I to wager jhl Abinger. Mr. and I.adyTher*sa Urn*, Bon. Misses IVpvs, Bon. Mr. and Mrs. Toler. Bon • 01-md and Mrs Vurle Bcurlelt. Hisbop of t.lmwester and Bristol, Mrs. and Misses Monk, Bon. l-idy and Mrs. Currey

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

6 Aug 1909

compri-ed:—Chairman. Mr C. J. Mapey; treasurer. Mr. W Driver; joint secretaries. Mr. TH. Brown, and Mr. . Driver, Cambridge; hon. veterinary surgeon. Mr. S. Bennett, M.R.C.V.S.; hon. auctioneer. Mr. R. T. Catling. Managers of sections-. Sports. Mr. A. I!. Marshall;

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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

27 Sep 1833

patronage of the Garrick Club, Mr. Knowles consenting personate the character Virginins, in his own play of that name; at the same time requesting that Mr. Smith's new farce might be repeated, Mr. Beaumont having expressed hi* willingness remain in Cambridge

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

2 Sep 1831

any I slackness: sad his only objection to tin motion was that he did not think it would have effect an. 1 Mr. IV. At v«iN, Mr. RF, ar.d lord severally bote tcsliumny the moderation, temper, and perseverance displayed , the noble laird, conduct was the nt

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

9 Oct 1841

pnnlure pair of the hi-I Steers, not exceeding 'iA years nlil, bred Hi-dfordshire. Mr W. Itohinann, Bletswe. Ten ouvs. William Stuart. Kmj., to Ihe perMni who •h.il produce the l»est .’ year old Fart (.elding, bred Uedford'lnre Mr. Miller lii-ldmc. Hiddi

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

5 Oct 1861

who banished Angus the reigning laird, and made over all his possessions and authority to the family of Argyle. James Macdonald, Largie’s heir—the then rightful laird—escaped with difficulty. The story that is told of his escape is this: He was taken pri-oner

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

5 Oct 1839

Winclnlses. Sir George Hose ■ J. P. Plumptre. M.P.; Mr. J. ulquhoun. M.P. ; Mr. J. I), .tarksen M.P., Mr. U. Rootle ilt ruham. M.P. Mr. S. HlftckHicne, M.P.; Mr. M.P.; Mr! Henry M.P. . Mr. Kdward Litton. Mr. J. Bradshaw. M P.. Nc.. all expressing sincere

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Cambridgeshire Times

Cambridgeshire Times Cambridgeshire, England

7 Jun 1873

supplied by Mr. Ostler. and upwards of 4CO persons sat down. The tables, which were decorated in a most handsome manner, were presided over and trays given by Mrs. Young (Rectory), Mrs. Young (Osborne House), Mrs. Murley. Mrs. Ingram, Mrs. Grimmer, Mrs. Jackson

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

30 Sep 1831

measure'* The Laird Mayor having opened the proceedings, the several resolutions were prupctev «1 ami seconded hv Mr. J« Smith, M . L« yd, Mr. John Wells, Mr. l*a«coe Grenfill, Thomson, Deputy Governor of Bank, Mr. Grote, Mr Tookr, Mr. Solly, Mr. R. Robinson

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