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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

15 Jul 1854

Launch of a Steamer at Birkenhead. — On Wednesday Mr. Laird launched from his yard at the Birkenhead Float the magnificent iron screw-steamer Pera, belonging to the Peninsular and Oriental Com- pany. The Pera is a sister ship to the Nubia, lately launched

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

14 Mar 1845

DEATHS. BIRTHS. 6th inst. at Birkenheai, Mr*. W. Laird, of a son. 6th inst. the lady of Major General Sir Robert Cunj liffe, Bart, of a daughter. Bth Mrs. John T. William*, Victoria House, Holywt!l, of a wn. in«t- Mrs. R. M. Griffith*, the National Provincial

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Type: FamilyNotice
Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

17 Nov 1928

serving in his Majesty's Forces. a V Ist' 't.:- CHESHIRE COUNTY NURSING ASSOCIATION BAZAAR. Katharine DueMu of Westminster at the opening esremony on Thursday. Left to right: Mr. A. Mart Davies, Mr. N. J. ToDamasks, Lady Steamy of Aldertey. Mrs. Ilalselin

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Type: Illustrated
Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

15 Jun 1867

LADIES' CLUB, * AVSIVKRS 'his Society will held on WEDSKWT, JTOB I9tb, 1867. T, dt MRS. CREWE HILL . 8«WABCE8»E«:-MRS. jmiNSTONE; MISS M. c POWDRELL. b Siewardi:—Mß. BEARD; MR. J. SALMON. . Tea on the Green at Fonr o'clock. Admission: —To Green and Tea

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

20 Jun 1857

On the I2th last, the wife of Mr.' T. Edwards, the Gross, in this city, of a son. On the 13th inst., st Tslaere, Flintshire, the Hon. Lady Meetya, of a son. MARBIASES m Ou the 15th but:, at St. Michael's Church, Liverpool Mr. Edward Parsonage, grocer, Wrexham

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

5 Jun 1852

Rev. 11. 8. Joseph, Capt. Walker, Mr. Alcock, Mr. Edwards Mr. Jones the chandler, Mr. Jones, Old Bank, and Mr. Garrett, Hat.dbridge, for the kind attention paid them by those gentlemen, and Mr. ! Edward Parry, for his exertions at the Church and the Assem-

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Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

4 Nov 1865

and Mrs. Paynter. Mr. and Mrs. and J. A. Picton. Mr. and Mrs. 8. O. Kathbone, Mr. and Mrs. F. Shand. Mrs. Shuttieworth. Mr. and Mrs. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Turner, Mr. and View article

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

3 Jun 1893

wreaths and other floral tributes were Mrs. Laird, Mr. and Mrs. John Laird, Mr. and Mrs. William Laird and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Laird, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. View article

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

16 Apr 1859

h r§aft> _ VALUABLE LADY'S HORSE.—A handsome Bay , GELDING, eight years old, quiet, perfect in his , piers, and well broke to carry Lady, will be SOLD BT AUCTION, on Wednesday next, Aran. 20, about 2 p.m. at Fab*. Bicaxar, Cheshire. TO be SOLD, on the

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

28 Mar 1914

Council: Thos. Davies and Mrs. Davies, Mr. J. b. . . Ollive (clerk). urban District Council: Mr. Alf. Ashby (chairman) and Mrs. Ashby, Mr. W A. Weston (clerk). Chester Rural District Council: Mr. Win. loft (chairman) and Mrs. Toft, Mr. J. P. Camon (clerk)

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

7 Jan 1865

gentleman was supported on the platform by Mr. B. Darbyshire, Mr. Aid. White, of Warrington, the Bey. Geo. Mather, Major Hornbiower, Mr. T- M- Downham (president of the society), Mr. B. Lee, Mr. G. Lloyd, Mr. J. R. Williams, &c. Letters of apology for inability

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Runcorn Guardian

Runcorn Guardian Cheshire, England

28 Mar 1913

Kwoor. Mr.. I n• areonlingly pre,ided s , ud was riupported by Lily liarlash. Mr. W 111. WM)* .4t411111 and Mr. tb': Reds.. Amongst others 'present were Jr. J. H. Cooke, Mu, Clio.. J. Mu. Joieph Cawley Mr. J. Arther fowler. Mr. J. Loral. Mr. C. g. Newell

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Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

27 Oct 1877

and it caused his hands to blael. Ho went boms and told his mother what bad occurred, and subiequently returned and asked Mr. Viggers pay him b» wages, but refused. He baid Mr. Viggers had previoiuly assaulted him the presence of his men, and they only

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Hyde & Glossop Weekly News, and North Cheshire Herald

Hyde & Glossop Weekly News, and North Cheshire Herald Cheshire, England

30 May 1874

on geeing his companion in the water, let go his oars and clutched frantically at the atone pier of the bridge hia boat was drifting loot. As he had risen from his mot to cling to the bridge, the sodas rated the boat to back from under his, and be sloe

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Type: Illustrated
Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

21 Dec 1861

received with v->ry great favour indeed, that at Mr. works, the men, whether electors or non-electors, were paid for what be called the election holidays.— Correspondent to the Da Ig Post. —The Tablet says: Mr. Laird polled l,iilil votes to Yr. Brassey's 1,338

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

5 Apr 1919

to say. ' After the singing of the Notional Anthem. Atilt-mini Hewitt led cheering for Sir David and Lady Ileatty and for the Meyer. His Worship and Lady Feat entertained the assembly at tea in the COuncil Clamber. THE DEPARTURE . After the ceremony was

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Crewe Guardian

Crewe Guardian Cheshire, England

31 May 1890

Summed! by his political opponent• shhh made for the more of tompirsore, to• ought to give the. his cordial; of his °midi ion. olpplateg.) tle sure they would him to W England to Illoodaire Lady Him Henna and Calmed LIMO. , Ho Pir Philip deo as his ham, and

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Congleton & Macclesfield Mercury, and Cheshire General Advertiser

Congleton & Macclesfield Mercury, and Cheshire General Advertiser Cheshire, England

5 Sep 1863

launched. The visitors comprised his Excellency Mustapha Pasha, Mr. Redhouse, Mr. Allan and daughter. ste Ritchie, Mr. Richard l'hornton, Captain Blanco, of the Sp midi navy, Mr. Old,ng, Mr. Robb, and lady, &e. The daughter of Mr. Allan christened the ship

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

14 Sep 1861

attempted at Moreton Villa, Tranmere, on Thursday morning. Abont four o'clock Mr. Williams was awakened by a noise, and found a man close by his bed side. On Mr. Williams calling to his wife to bring a loaded pistol the fellow decamped, and on examination of

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

24 Mar 1888

ohoir, under the leadership of Mr 6. E. Roberts, sang at intervals. The refreshment arrangements, whiob were on an elaborate scale, were under the management of Mrs Williams and Mrs Miln, assisted by a staff of young ladies. A most enjoyable evening was

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Type: Article