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Cambridge Intelligencer

Cambridge Intelligencer Cambridgeshire, England

6 May 1797

at a neighbonrin3 houfe, laird forth. Their firft at of villainy, as 111C3ii as it sv,,s d.abolical, was to take, tile both-pin out of a carriage, in which were ladies only ; the tat ;nage was nearly overturned, and the ladies were much frightened, titongli

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

25 Sep 1839

bees Ms hal at vim bah est dor dry at any sod my to run him den, .M retest Mr tar a art in pashusent. r ups* =blester et Ma. es to drat ethos Mr ibilowy tweserie erases at his is mat , art bebop as rider it weakness et. mum art yedy, ad it its Lability

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

9 Jul 1917

ers. Mrs. E. M. Clark then distributed the prizes follows: —Gannc’V made from an old garment--Ist prize, Mrs. 4*oond prize. Mrs. Parnwell h.c., Mrs. E. Langley* c., Mrs. Free. Needlework —Ist prize, Mrs. Stoaehridge; c., Mrs. A. Langley and Mrs. Fold

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

22 Aug 1846

Eastern Counties’ Railway Company. The motion having been proposed Mr. Aid. Fwki.i- and RKrondid Mr. akwickiu, Mr. enquired if the Company hail been applied to for payment of any the exponces.—Mr. Coon k that ujion the abandonment of the legal proceedings pending

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

28 Dec 1939

James Laird had been out of work for desperation, and with the lfc f , hia wife and children always in Ins mind, he staged a “hold-up” in a shop in Mary hill-road, Glasgow. A woman assistant handed over the contllh , - took tiro money home. His wife learned

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

30 Jun 1903

were realised:— From Mr S. A. Taylor. Dullingham : 335, 58 at 325, and 50 at 275. From Mrs Tharp. Chippenham: 28s. 50 at 26s fid. and at fid. From Mr W. Kent, Chippenham : at 295, and 2fis. From Mr E. W. Bocock, Gazeley : 31s. From Mr I. B. Marsh, Rede;

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

5 Oct 1920

violent love to hi« “lidy” (wise child!), and with the Sir Walter Raleigh of Mr. 11. Darsey does some extremely good work. Two lesser stars, bright enough in their Own orbits, are Miss Maudie Francis and the Bishop and Beelzebub of Mr. J. Hooper, whose

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

13 May 1910

the Revs. H. F. Stewart and C. A. E. Pollock. Mr. J. H. Gray. Mr. C. E. Grant, Mr. F. Whitting (King's), Mr. A. P. Humphry and Mr. A. H. Evans (Em ire Bedells), and the Rev. Canon Foakes-Jackson and Mr J. C. Lawson (Proctors.). The whole company rose

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

4 Apr 1834

Aldrr«gale.«tree|, «ine.merchant; Mr. Uruoks bookaelb r; and Mr. (jreen» of the Black friars.mad, coal-merchant, are hi« executor* direct* hi» to be given an anatomical school, and that no p« r»oii should wear mourninf for him. He lease* 49i1. to Memra

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

31 Jan 1918

claim was supported Mr. Gait and Mr. A. V. Clements.—Mr. Clements said that Mr. Robinson had lieen in the office 19.1 years, and had become thoroughly experienced. Seven out of the original staff nine had gone, and there were now only Mr. Robinson, the cashier

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

2 Apr 1842

•it his hook, iter to Mr. I’arker his publisher, of one which I am confident neith-r those ill complain can doubt that these explanation* wre lominuoicaled 10 Mr. Harr by Mr. I’arker, identity whose int- rest the question was manilested the ten Mr. letter

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

3 Jul 1847

field, Mr, Law, and Mr. lioulbum, the present member*, and Viscount and Mr. Lefevre, who are standing for the first time. With Mr. neither we, nor we suppose our renders, have any sympathy: however excellent hi* private character and moderate his professions

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

4 Jan 1840

lIIU.S. Sun am Mr. THOMAS TKKK. Makcii Mr.\)OHN THUKBON. WiSßErii Mr. JAMKS U-'ATH, :,n1 W»i. STICVI'.NS. Mr. \V m. BIGGS, Mr. lUNIKI. OAV. Mr. GRORGB I OX. Sr. Mr.T. I). TATI.. Sr. Neuis Mr. K.GEAHI). Bkofokii Mr. J, BROWN. BlmiLKMtAliK Mr. GEO. NEWBEKV

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

19 Jul 1848

remover, to Mr. Summers, Weald Nestle., Bridlington. evel, to Mr. Blundell, lalington, London. For his improvements in the transparent' water gauge as attached to the steam engiur, to Mr. liowe, Southwark. London. Steaming apparatus, to ! Mr. It. Robinson

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

23 Sep 1840

proper pursuits of his order. The fine *antra Are safe from his rod and his gun. Hares may wanton in the thicket, and partridges die of old age, cre Lord CARDIGAN take the field. His Lordship is ihdeed a hunter, but, like !caution, his game is man. While

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

18 May 1918

T. Catling, A. Clevcrley. 11. T. Coulson, Air. and Airs. J. Evans. Air. Ardler Gillsou. Mr. and Airs. O. Gillson, Mrs. Gillson. sen.. Mr. S. R. Ginn, Air. and Mrs. E. J. Gross, ATr. and Airs. G. W. Haslop, Messrs. Hcffer, Maltby. J. Newton, W. Ridley

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

12 Jan 1850

expentneets on light. latest energies of his life. In 1816 when Hungary raised the constitutional banner against Austria, Mr. Ma Ilit‘nots )seld an. int/noel upon a lithe Yipan was one of the first to raise his pen her de young aged 1 0 years, it Souttuow

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

1 Apr 1843

vicar,) Mr. Henry John-on, Hi-liop-irate Siri-d. eldest son of Mr. T. John.- Swaffham in thismnnly, to Mary daughter John Hurcha.-, of Chesterton. ' TlmriMi), ri-liitiit . llamonil niumin ipau .»m»ri.«s. Mr. Cmsmn«.. ;t«'l Anrhi for tin . Mr. Ki 11'

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

4 Mar 1846

C*Arleip wishes MIL Mr. Ammo thee La Os wiledwiled II man am Mr./Assosunsed that Is is ~ wok. 4 H. Tom Mi. 6 Feiss sismdell MD amid.. al Mr. Mr. Pori* Make. Mr. Ink. MN C. Mr. Comm, sae ward wax 'MUT. Mr. mild H. Ism put

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

30 Nov 1850

what mode his face black, and replied tint was the . splosi .n the gas. I hi' face parti- ; 1 the ap p.-aran* - having la-eu rnb'std with « *1 bag, an willed .lh dish-t loth. was hlack cither his clothes his sinrt front; neither his hair nor his whisker*

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