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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

16 Oct 1869

Bridge-street Mr Bhei'heaid. Bridge -street Bow Mr James Spence, Oxton, Birkenhead Mr and Mrs Peter Stub bs, Statham Lodge, Warrington Mr Shuttleworth Mr Hugh and Miss Seymour Mr. John rollemacae, Peckforton Castle Mr and Mrs C. Townsend, Denbigh Mrs and Miss

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Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser

Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser Cheshire, England

3 Jun 1898

Reginald had to turn sway his head to hole the ming rears. and there aas a ball in hi. throat that almo.t choked lin, and guile forbade any attempt at speaking TI two old friends tossed ling together. and it was finally arranged that Mr. Hall should pay a long

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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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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

30 Apr 1938

grandfather , Mr. Jackson. Mrs Sadler. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Jackson iChowley.. Mr. and F Walker 'Russia Hall' Mr. and Mrs W. Mi.fflock (Wavertoni Miss M. Mullock. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W alker and Miss Joan Wacker iTattenhall). Mr. and Mrs. Perry and Miss

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Congleton & Macclesfield Mercury, and Cheshire General Advertiser

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

28 Jul 1888

inscribed his name in his neual manner in the visitors' book, Ben Nevis and Mrs. Mae. Tavish, and banded the pen to Mr. Lockwood, looking over his shoulder while he wrote. But hi* curiosity was doomed to disappointment, for the learned gentleman was not to

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

6 Aug 1976

one of his twin daughters, but his wife has proved an elusive subject I think I know her face tor well. One of his daughters has in- herited his artistic trait and is studying silversmithing at Birmingham, but neither his other daughter nor his son have

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

24 Feb 1875

to Old Trafford Station, whence he took it in his cart to his own shop, Mr. Headlam suggested that as the milk was delivered to the oomplainant in the county, the matter was not within his jurisdiction.—Mr.dribot : I shall not argue with the bench on the

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Nantwich Guardian

Nantwich Guardian Cheshire, England

16 Jun 1914

(’ombermere, Mr. Willoughby (.otlon, All. rharringoii, Uev. J. B. Adauison (vicar of Burlevdaui), the Kev. J. SUpleton-fotton (vicar of Audlem) and Mrs. (’otton, the Kev. W. H.l Barnes (vicar «t Wrenbury) and Mrs. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Birch. Mi. and Mrs. A. L

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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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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

15 Jun 1907

died all Mr subset& It repam sad they Mortal, mowed The wen eery admire is dinsharr nig the mete if the large, Mrspyhey Burdens. Mies Merrick. Metakell, Boehm Mrs Woodward. kin Mn. J. Wath,Me. Mr Talbot. Mn B. • Mr H Lichee. Mr I =Mr. *Wiry, Mr Shepley

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

3 Feb 1869

TTI4 T Mr. E. Williams, junk', Wrexham'; Mr. D. Owen Bateson, Liverpool; Rev. W. Richardson, Corwen ; Mr. A. Kennel, Wynn Hail; Sir Hugh Williams, Wynnetay; Captain Rowley, ; Mr. G. Boman* Mr . Wynnstay; Mr. Reeves Buly, Wynnatay; Mr. G. Williams, DIG

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

29 Oct 1904

Mayor 01 (boner (Mr. and Lewin. Arthur our, MA. Jas. Tashi. M.P., W. Otto.. Joetn 11, Mr. Gee. Barbwur rehearses.. of the cos. eil). Mrs sod Mr. Robert Mr. Dan, LM.OO fir. J. W. see et Choker (Mr. D. Mr. Jaw Mr. lieu. °tell (Win , lel, Mr. Mr. G. A. Mos J

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Nantwich Guardian

Nantwich Guardian Cheshire, England

13 Jan 1886

Ailed |.y 'hr 'f Mr. Ur\-iuunr lone*, ilie Mid U ,IU-. Oirctut. Mr. |{ialii>p. '•ip* ndiary Meitbyr, was firs'. ap|»-iutrd, bu' l-y exi-ti.i.ge Mr. J lira *•»» to Oloure-ter -ud Mr. Iti-b p t«ke- be circuit ruieriy umber Mr. J-ties. Mr. Allier Grey. M

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

17 Jun 1868

M : Vlseountess COMBERMERE, Mrs. WHARTON, and Mrs. MOYLE. T. DANTLY, SearetarT. A first-rate Quadrille Band is engaged for the occasion. T ESTIMONIAL TO DR. MOFFAT. Noblemen and Gentlemen have formed themselves into a Committee for the purpose of securing

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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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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

30 Aug 1924

Mere), :Mr. Bence Bailey, Mr. IL V Lyman; Mr. G. Harrison, Mr. J. Pantling, Mr. J. L. Potter, Mrs. tlassamnley Mrs. Rudd, Mr. and Mrs. J. Herd, Miss Pool, Mrs. W. Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. J. Turner, and many others. The senior

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Congleton & Macclesfield Mercury, and Cheshire General Advertiser

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

27 Jun 1885

replied the lady, admiring an ostrich tip; Mrs. Fussanfeather and I are bo th out. We don't speak, you know. Woman's Wrctimi.— My dear, he remarked to his wife, our club iugoing to have ell the home comforts. Indeed, ' sneered his wife; and when

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

24 May 1768

in Taroorics Mr. Edwards. Mercer, in Wrtaharn; Mr. Cofneti, Mr. and Mr. Tipton, in Salop Mr. Taylor, bookfinks, in Nareprivich Mr. Turner. in FrodNam: Mr. Banks. in Warrington; Mr. Banks, in Wi g to; Mr. Leigh, in Noislivrich; and by she Prints, hereof

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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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