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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

7 Feb 1913

Barnwell and New Chesterton, New-street and Fen Ditton Bands Mercy, through the respective hon. sees, Mrs. Pond. Mrs Jephson, Miss C. Bird, Miss Perritt. and Mrs. Crane The branch report emphasised the need more ccllectors, called attention various furn-lions

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

1 Apr 1831

united kingdom. Klv Mr. K. N! SMITH. Mr. JOHN HILLS Mr JAMES LEACH, »« Wvt STEVENS Hlshnooon Mr. GEORGE FOX. Sr. Ives Mr. D. PAI'L. St. Seots Mr. £. GEa!U>. nrur''Ri' Mr. J. BROWN. Mr. GEO. NEWBF.RV. Uundle Mr.TllOk. BEI L. Kovston Mr. RICHARD I’IGOTT

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

31 Jul 1841

Double Dahlutt.Att. Mr ».r Wood. W. Hogg; tnd. Mr B«t ant- colour..Bamnger's 3rd. Mr W. Hogg; 4th. Mr hnrprtae, Mr P. ttarringer. Headland. Seedling Carnation in any colour, in pot Mr Wood} 1 by Mr. Wood.. Ist. Bar-ringer Mr - Masterpiece, Mr P. Barringer

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

31 May 1845

Alarm. 1 Mr. Moatya's Paatasa. Lord Chesterfield's Pam (ta.) — I Mr. Gratwicke'a Doleful (to.) « 1 Mr. Gally's Old (to.) 25 1 Mr. Ford's (takea to I). 1 Colonel Aason's Kedger. 1 Mr. Gratwicke's The Merry 40 1 Mr. Wreford's Worthless. 40 1 Mr. Waller's

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

24 Oct 1834

Ihrhowof Mr Brown. -addlerand inmimmger, which wa* saattereu i am, and Mr Brown and hi. wife hunrd in ruin. Ihr, .err ..«.n rxlrkalrd, but found borr.Wy mutdalrd. M, Brown wa. dead; hi. head had ,died and every feature oblilrralrd. Thr lowly of Mr.. 8r

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

20 Jan 1844

nod stake*, Altrar, Siuthport, Ac. . lirahuni, Sir W. Mux well. Sir H. Fleetwood, Mr. Kedd**. Mr. Eiwnll, Mr. Harney, Hr. lirown. Mr J. Hibb, Mr. liakc, Mr. Slater. Mr. and •rveml others, winners stakes sulhcieni value to excite the cupidity the worthies

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

2 May 1846

»-vs. il demanded, &c. Y. C. HI sub*;. Duke of Rutland's x» (\V. I. Mud Exeter’s Lebanon (Pettit) t; Mr. Shelly’s Tit-hit (P. I'nlh-r) 3; Mr. It. J. Shaftn's Sharpshooter II Belli I; Duke id Bedford's nn'toncf (Nat) 5; Mr. Berestord’a Miranda (Sly) fi

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

14 Aug 1841

the Militia, eldest wf Admiral Hon Sir « nephew aeeond Lord L«iiiffonl, and br»t onmb Mr. Bvug, the for Middlesex ; as»umr«l hi* M-nt upon inheriting. at Lady Loiiim Uonolly. tbe »tenti«e of maternal ancestors, the Von nil trf (axlrtn«n.uiieof

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

31 May 1873

even the' t.fendaiit him--If. Mr. Hawkes was • d .v Mr, M Mai -u. and the cross-examination w i- vi--.- etTe-.ivThe learned counsel has .all Iriwluuin- i. e h i.iour, and evidently enjoyed hi- fa; M .e than it - ..njoyed Mr. | • ’ f .lrh l.i-t l.i-' mi

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

25 Sep 1841

three each sort..Mr. Headland; ditto, by Amateua, Mr. D. Veasey P * French Marjgolds, flowers. .Mr. Wood; Ditto, by Amateurs, Mr. D. \eaaey. ' FRUIT. b fl T ar ' d bunch (black), not thin IMb., by Mr. Slight..Mr. Laird, gardener to Lady O. B Sparrow- Ditto

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

3 Nov 1849

Baxter,B/.—Mr. R. Newton. Zurhariah llobbn, I/. lon —The Lari of Sandwich. Joneph White, U. 15n.—Mr. W. lent, John Pridaaore, W. 10».—Mr. A. Faux. 6 Jetvuiiab Johnson, If. 101.-Mr. W. Dent. William Pariato, If. Jw —Mr. Hammond. (4 Holden, 1/. sa.—Mr. W. Dent

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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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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

17 Apr 1841

••Nr* aaa a»to'b IM **lb. A.F. 7 Milw. Mr. U.o*o*'» Kpirw*. .«Va. Mr, M»balilrHtoo‘* Sylpb. I y r*. 'i l>uk<-itf Ituibtinl's I'luuilii-.ui.., >r* laird la*ril *» M»bi, yr* Mr. ('ur»|Mr'a rb. c. (‘uirMaruor. \r».. Mr. Sowirli\'» • Itol. < yr<.

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

7 May 1909

members sat down to tea, the arrangements having been ably carried out Mrs. Selby, Mrs. Arnold, Miss Asbee, Mrs. Redgell, Mrs. Bowyer, Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Parr, Mrs. Blaydon, and Mrs. King. The tea was followed by the election of officers for the year, after

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

25 Dec 1847

for the indisposition of Mr. Puscy. It will brought in by Mr. Pusey, Sir t, I>cumiu, and Mr. Dennison.—Mark Lane Experts. Poo*-law AppomanTi.— Lord Ebrington appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the new Poor-law Commission . and Mr. Nicboils, the senior

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

31 Jul 1847

Giddings : 3rd. Mr. Laird. Plims, dish of, (10L) Mrs. Wood. Fruit (basket of).—lst priie, Mr. Laird; Snd, Mr. Gid-• ngs. Vegetables (basket of).—lst priie, Mr. Newman; 2nd, Mr. Green. extrai. Hydrangea Ilortensi* Mr. J. Barringer. Strawberries Mr. Giddings

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

18 Oct 1845

that it bad ever been tbe height of his ambition to shake hands with so illustrious man. j His grace, in the most kind and condescending manner, offered him his band, and enteied familiarly into conversation with his new acquaintance ; who, when they parted

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

21 Sep 1839

l*rizt 10*. —Conductor. Mr. I). Moort*, (!rantrhi*vtrr. .Stnmfi Prize Is. M.— Ij»dy Dartnioutb Mr. T. Canhani, Cambridge. Thin/ > rlzc S.*. Horn. Mr. J. Hi. k*r«l. Canihritlu*.' Fourth /*rl-.i «». (V/.-Suffolk lli-ro Mr. K. Wnaht, til (irunt. J>KMCK

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

1 Aug 1840

Dahlias (3 best).. Mr. Beaufort.—2d prize, Mr. Douglas.— prize, Mr. Webster.—4th prize, Mr. Beaufort. Coxcomb, in pot, (by Mr, Wood ).. Mr. Walker. Hollyhocks.. Mr. Wood. —2d prize, Mr. Douglas. Plants (collection of).. Mr. Veasey.—2d prize, Mr. Wood. COTTAGERS’

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

22 Jul 1843

was of opinion that Mr. Stanton hnd been hardly used. That was in partnership with his father manufacturer, and was in urery respectable condition of life, though his family might not stand so high .Mrs. borold's In the summer pi Mrs. Thorold took a mansion

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