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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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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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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

13 Jul 1892

Laird, Im Mr. sad Mrs. Edmond Taylor, Mrs. IL V. Darker. Mr. Den, Mrs. Grey-11111, Mr. Jackson, Mr. and the Minor Newry Laird, Captain and Ire. Mr. Dale. Mrs- Mb. Dom Colonel sad &Wend Parker. and Neva'km we. a band. at velvet, with yellow ▪ trimuniap

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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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Runcorn Guardian

Runcorn Guardian Cheshire, England

3 Nov 1877

UNVEILING OF THE LAIRD SFATUE AT BI uK ENHEAD. The Main srontod to the memory of the late Mr. Jobs Land, 8.P., In Haroiltorniamiare, Bakenlood, wm tinselled om W•dosaday afternoon, by Lord Tolineathe, of Helnsingbitm, in the venom'. of Nato crowd el animater

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

1 Jun 1859

her ledythip's =sealers, ia square. his Royal Highness the Duke d'Asmale honoured the noble Viscountess with his company, arriving shortly after eleven o'clock. The Priecellholern Mehumed (eon of Tippoo Sultan) and his son Prince Ferose Shah, were also

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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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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

18 May 1907

when Lady herself sabotaged, sad sorted of her eloodauchter. who born paramount in beauty, with inOnst of our. Usk other girls ter, and scot of Yea to *male charm.. and to Mr. Hartiug leo good for her So doubt stray, in a 'retain style of Lady Harn,ltog

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

1 Jul 1905

CREST OF DRAWER , . / tied birch colour. tor bed. Mows solid Mrs Arises; (dame doors; beldam dream sod WI mode rod poliesd. habit look, etc., conopkte. bonne top sled War. a mein% elands His. Yery 30/.—Nhey r .0d W 6 ATCH I fool 1 12/3 of rral Amy sod

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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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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

15 Jul 1865

TBUSTaas. Mr Alexander Stewart Mr. Joseph Brattan, Mr. Edward Legge, Mr. T.C._*on_lmr__ PMB „,wr. Mr. William Hardisty. COMXITW. ir, a v Rdnnn Mr David Roberta, Mr. J. A. Collard, Mr. ?? . B^beit. Mr /c We. Staley, Mr. S__-_uel Hughe*, Mr. Joseph New,

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Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

14 Sep 1861

in it, and took his servant to placet of amuse- in th.atmrtm.uL She he. homo.-Mr. Wltotow had atworkmthehouse, kaowD Mr. Mrs. While for about years. Thecombefore received any food. When any plainant, common servant, had bom taken out Mr. at the house she

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Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

22 Sep 1883

Cmgres*. «t Nottinlwm, hare renotved to appoint the duirtmn, Mr. laglia; secrctsry. Mr. ; i nd treasurer. Mr. Burnett; representatives of the coagrees at the unrtiling of the statue of the Lite Mr. Mioiomld, M.P.. at Durham: also to send deputation to 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

1 Nov 1862

Court, Chester 1 Mrs Broadbent, Wood Farm, Sealand ' Mrs Bush, Hough Green Mrs Chapman, Hill End, Mottram Mrs Wm. J. Dixon, St. John stieet, Chester Mrs Dixon, Littleton, Chester Mrs Ewart, Hoole Bank Mrs Eaton, Nortbgate-street Mrs Meadows Frost, St

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

3 Dec 1864

Augustus Mr j COowper Ooerin Mr Stuart DeFootaine Mr E Fletcher L^B^o* .a** Mr J L Warner Mane de Merame _. Mr. Macready AnnedeVignoUes Missßignold After which, a Comedietta, io One Act, entitled DEAREST MAMA. Browser (hi_ original character) Mr Addison

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