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  • County: Cheshire, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849

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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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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

14 May 1819

one was offered against The Laird. betting the Manchester races. Tint Thi-.te Oi.n Staxk. (St Ledger course.) 1 agst Mr. Yates's, out of Easther (taken) to 1 agst Mr. Bell's Blucher, 4 1 agst Major Bower's Ganthorpe. 7 agst Mr. Watt's filly Cerberus. Goi

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

21 Jan 1823

Jan. 16th, 1823. MR. GIL.LAIRD BEGS leave to acquaint b»9 Pupils and Friends, that the DANCING ACADEMY WILL RE-OPEN on SATURDAY morning next, at the usual hour, 89, Watergate Hint. Terms.—Entrance, 10s. 6d. per quarter* £1. Is. N. B. Mr, G. has got the

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

2 Jun 1843

NOBLES IN LAM . HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Chi* Grace Duke Portland Mrs. Meili*h. [one of the tenant*), whom hi* Grace was pteissd send Patient the Proprietor this Kxtrasird nary Medicine:— * Mantal, Il Mr H will undertake cure you * perleetlv, woen the

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

15 Jul 1842

paid to his son. He went home expecting his son to make his appearance with the money, but he did not afterwards learned that his son had gone to Preston, and then he heard that he was Chester. He had been over Preston, but could not find his son. There

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

12 Jun 1840

Brown and Mr. Jonathan Peel conducted the prosecution, and 3lr. Cobbett appeared for the defence. 31 r. Heywood withdrew his plea, and pleaded guilty. After some dispute between tbe counsel, it was agreed that Mr. Heywood should stand in his own recognizances

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

19 Mar 1819

tools placed in his hands, cuts i his fingers, and insensible it. ). To speak jocosely there is in that Editor, or in his raillery (when he assumes it) *' no more conceit, than is a Mam.et and for his wit, why hang him, baboon, his wit is thick Tewkesbury

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

24 Jan 1837

Reasehmth, Miss F. Tomkismet, Wiillington, Mr. Mrs. and two Misses Mr. Flint, Captain Mrs. and two Misses Bailey, Mn Tidies, Mr. Mr. and Mn. Oldershaw, Mr. Brooke of Grange, Mr. Charles Ford, Mr. Lloyd, Mr. ecCovet, he. hr. It was matter of regret that

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

23 Jul 1845

W trim purl err setting d Ids hr, end COMM./DOR Etertion.—On Mr. Filmy Kelly, the sew Solicitae•Gmerel, was by majority or.. his emerge, Mr. Adair, of 17 the number. being—ter. Kelly, 763; Mr. Adair, 729. Al tut elective milled 713: Mtn 311 tem than spot

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

29 May 1840

uoiniuatcd: —Mr. by Mr. Janion, seconded by Mr. W. B.mlcii ; Mr. John Roberts by Mr. Harling, seconded Mr. Woods; Mr. Charles Saycr by Mr. Lam-aster,seconded by Mr. Dutton ; Mr. J. I.indop by Mr. Palin. seconded by Mr. Jon^s

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

28 Apr 1843

Brodir, Mr. Mr. Nraveey, and Mr. Da afavavtuer, as semblcd st soon after eight o'casrk. Benjamin the Queen's Sergeant Surgeon, prrturmrd ihr operation. Dr. Chamber,, Dr. Holland, Sir Benjamin Brodie, and Mr. than left thai Palace. cast of his Royal Highness's

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

1 Jun 1824

this Noble Lofd led Mrs. the diuing-room, were Lady Byron had just preceded them. their entrance, he presented Mrs. Jlardyri to his Lady, who, with air and manner manifesting the deepest indignation, made sortie caustic observations Mrs. character, and the

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

9 Oct 1829

Fron, near Carnarvon, the lady of T. Churchill, of a son. t inst. at Castle Bank, Bangor, the lady of the Rev. J. Watkins, of son. MARRIAGES. 27th ult. Mr. William Crofts, tailor, Miss Youde, both of this city. inst. at Tarvin, Mr. Robert Dean, of Kelsall

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

20 Nov 1846

county, the lady of the Hon. Wellington Cotton, of diuxliter. 9th inst. at Dane Bank, in this county, the lady of Leigh Tralford, Esq. a .laughter. 12th inn. in Upper Northgate-street, Mrs. Thomas Dixon. , a daughter. 14th inst. Blacon, Mrs. Henry Maddock

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

15 Jul 1836

at Beaumaris, the lady of Clarence Horatio Cary, Esq. uf a mq. MARRIAGES. 7th Mr- Garner. Veterinary Frodshain. Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr. Egerton lireen, all this county. 7th in..:, the Friends' Meeting House, in this city. Mr. Thomas Leicester

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

18 Feb 1848

B I T H 9. Vicarage, Cheshire, the lady of tbe Rer. Charles Spencer Stanhope, a son. inst. at Birkenhead, the lady William Laird, Esq.. a son. MARRIAGES. inst, at SL Bride's Liverpool, Mr. William Emma, daughter Mr. J. Fisher, tobacconist, of this city

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

21 Jul 1835

unevoidably incurred in the erection thereof. Mr. T. OVENS , 1401yrell. (All letter,, row,. The Bazaar under the patronage ,• f LADY Heaven fee 91A MN, NM IitESP7 Mrs ALDERNEY, of Mammy Hall; Mrs DAVENPORT. Of Hall; Mrs of Let , ho T f HE LONDON ROYAL , above

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Type: Illustrated
Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

25 Jun 1830

ttiNtte, now in occupation his Executors. For further particulars, apply .Nut VII.LE and Son, Solicitors, Ix-ster. It K AND < O.'S (I.ATK COMPOUND | CORTICAL ESSENCE Iti• >11 ponsest* sail* .i*ta£ts.over all oUm rs I of the tin'J, .hi account its portability

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

9 Aug 1805

Mr. John nil lha Julio* tug wt-igliari and |»iu ' Mr. Bih . . King • • • • Mr. lir<«(h erloli's Seedling Mr. *s' . Mr. Capper's England . l)iiio 'Jind wick's . Velio res—Air. i'rnphctt's Ki'ykJ SuArruigii . [• Ditto Clcdus . . . ! . Mr. Slfhiger's Sceptre

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

30 Jan 1835

Deaths. BIRTHS. 22nd ult. at Carden Park, the lady of John Hurleston L Esq., of a son. 24th inst. the lady of Henry Kelsall, Esq. of a daughter. 24th inst. at his residence, in Nicholas-street, the wife of Mr. H. M. Jones, surgeon-dentist, of a daughter

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