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Crewe Guardian

Crewe Guardian Cheshire, England

30 Aug 1910

what he could for the canooe of eibirat . There any still another surprise for the nobles lord and his good lady. Miss Ruth Ilenshall. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ilensball. of Ilrook-street. the May Queen of thi. ; year. 'adorned in her beautiful May

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Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser

Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser Cheshire, England

9 Nov 1894

limildin.• Trades Federation secretary (Mr li Clarke) iu refusing to call a minting of the moisture fur Sunday evining, m order to support the Labour Candidates. Mr. Clarke Stalled had been a Trade Ceinuint nearly years. his never had attended a usaeung sin

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Nantwich Guardian

Nantwich Guardian Cheshire, England

5 Jan 1895

—)- ■ iU* Uoilrr* AmociMumv . .Mr S. da,.. .ml Mr W>liiMa Clur*. —• Hi-- IIK-iuJ.ll Mr WllllMil Cuulim pr»i . Mr. D. Mr J »«i*Uul . Mr Frrd (rnvurrr . M. «w»- *n«l Oliter. ■(••ani- S«frr>l ■ ut the frb*u DiMrir< fiUM-l ~*' ~ In Iti* iTiilr* uf th« |>ru«*Mion

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Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

10 Jun 1905

Of. : Mr. Bwfeardaoa. 47. 84 4#. M-. Wnrat. 6d. Mr. Boaraa, to 49*. M.. Hr. Dawaoa. I* 44*. ; Mr. Hedfkwa. Bd. i and Mr. Wildia*. 18* Lamb.: Mr. Dawaaa. •I*; Mr. Kaat, S 3. 84.. Mr. Wri*bt. to 91* M.; Mr. Craw* 29a . Mr. 99* . Hr. Kawpoci. 9U.; Mr. C. Tbylor

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

1 Dec 1869

follows :—Mr. Rylands, 143 ; Mr. Sidebottom, 130 ; Mr. Raikes, 77 ; Mr. Watkin Williams, 76 ; Mr. Laird, 68; Mr. C. It. D. H. Tracy, 66 ; Mr. G. 0. Morgan, 64 ; Mr. Love Jones-Parry, 60 ; Mr. W. B. Hughes, 48 ; Mr. W. J. Legb, 45; Hon. W. Egerton, 44;

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Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser

Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser Cheshire, England

3 Jun 1892

ridiculous. Mr LATHAN I,uor candidate, aeon Separatist candidates go IMajor did him the honour, at Witraw , low, of declaring that his speech was a fairly Radical speech!) and when he tiods that the result of his light-hearted campaign as to return Mr Suaaror

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

1 Feb 1893

Brougham. Mr. Kelley Limped). R. W. lehelston, Mr. R. P. Mr. J. Jones, Mr. Courtenay, Mr. (Balls.), Captain Whittaker, Mr. W. Surge* Mr. El. Jones, Mr. J. Jackson Miss Mr. Pawdrey (Leamington), , Mr. and Miss Dickson (Chatter), Mr. Salmon tachdale).

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

15 Mar 1902

r be irk for habitant:at.. Mr. IL Mello& (Moreno& runner that r the relate/ venally to Mr. Lealtie grny. Mr. Smith should be damned to me iseche. eghtor.) The redon am e. wee earned. QUID PRO QUO. A letter was moaned ban Mr empties Om* applyieg itermission

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

26 Oct 1929

men had entertain eve. the aldote that thee will be qin Ho had him awe et twice the insert.. his front Writs-amt. mad his, life, to be sues, awarr. hi. the detective bad to re- a'l it, egratudge cod en it• poet. n *till larked env NB meerr. of t h

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Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

22 Sep 1886

attunment of her teentygled Lighdry liy Nam Vendor. The 14 th. 1.7 by u.. fm - ivi.ies. Mr. Vsnilor Laird •ei roomy. - BUJ aim particularlyl onreed to anything n the hi, a vino Oa celled dinning sod non , kieg Gen rude emoloVed W. day prinendly In preyerati

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Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

12 Mar 1912

li('«nMing for <'HKtlc Division th« county mere held the Saturday. Mr. K. T. Hichardaoti nrcKided. mid the other magistrate* on the liench were <’olonel K\ans-IMr. R. I*. Walley and Mr. J. Fenna. SIIRKWSni ltY ARMS, KLK I’he (adiee the renewal of the

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

2 May 1868

at Rhuddlan, Elisabeth, wife of Mr. Edward C. Jones, eldest daughter of the late Mr W. Hughe?, timber merchant. Oa the 21st ult. E Iward, third ?? of Mr Peter Jones, of Bedford-road, Bock Ferry, and brother of the late Mr William Samuel Jones, surgeon,

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

3 Jul 1926

were:-Ur. H. Laird I'earson, Mr. Richert! Rutherford. Mr. IL S. Ravenefiew, Mr. A. St. Clair Byrne, Mr. D. Quinton Bell Capt. ChubL, Mr. V. Watson, Mr. W. R. Salvidge, Mr. 3, Eecolme, Mr. R. b. James, Mn. Dews. Mrs. Nioklinson. Dr. W. E. Burton Mr. H. W.

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

15 Apr 1891

Ms. A. N. Hamby, Mr. Nota Grey-igettas. Mr, Gordon Houghton. Mr. Howard. Mr. Hh (Cal Mall), Mr.T.P. g Mr. 'Barg, W. L. Mark . Laird. Mr. O. Leigh, Mr. Wortley. W. The were Mugu!' el Mr. Corbett Colossi Warsirep. Major Pools. Broadwood, wed Lieuteasat Loder

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

14 May 1898

Farrar. Lee. Bailie. Hamilton, the Bee aid lbw B. N. Atkinson, Mr 7'. Lockwood and M Lorkwond, Mss. E. Pitcairn Ononthell (Vicar's Croft). Mr. Geo. Dutton (Cheillem, Mrs Haber. Col. Cope, Mr. Picker doeitteetor), ed. The structure, which Sof red Witt, and

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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

9 Dec 1871

present—Mr. K. (i. , iry. Mr. H. Nicholson. Mr. \V. Morris. Mr. K. Wood. Cartwright. I>r. McK.wen. Mr. F. Hallin, Mr. F. ill. Mr. J. Be. kett, Mr. W. Brown, Mr. C. Brown, Mr. * Bfwn, Mr. F. A. Dicks»Mr A. Laraont, View article

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Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

24 Oct 1874

realdonte and the garaokeoper* Mr. Tennant. Th* son one of th# gamrkceper*, named O. Ime* Harri•cn, rco-ired blow from hedgestak* wb-oh has fracmriul his •ku'l. and le unal l> to make a I depotition. Dr. Lowe does not glr# any of hi* Ur. thr the Mwrqui* of KiMoro

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Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser

Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser Cheshire, England

30 Jun 1911

at Wilmslow. on June Ist. Mr }Awards prosecuted, and explained Ithat prisoner was a hawker, and on May 11th went to - Mr Bates' yard in Wiiius end there found Mr Bates and a man named Etchells standing together. He asked Mr Bates it he nad a cart he could

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Nantwich Guardian

Nantwich Guardian Cheshire, England

16 Nov 1881

tal. When lie told them how these ills could remedied Act o» Parliament, hi. landlord friends told him that an Act Parliament could anything; it could lake away his furniture hi. house, but tliat did not make it iu»t. Act* of Parliament did meddle with

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