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3 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Cheshire, England
  • Type: Miscellaneous

Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

25 Oct 1851

auditors in presenting their statement, observe 44 have hesitation in paying the balance of LZ-hi 3d. into the private account Mr. Gorham.— Eucx Feiend.—Mr. Lear, in his 'Journal af a Landscape Painter,' relates an anecdote »be Postmaster Pella, the birthplace

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Type: Miscellaneous
Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

21 Aug 1852

periodical sale by the tern Railway Company,comprised 430 umbrella. of muslin, 171 lace collars, ladies'caps, .hi*' Strange, and Trie.—The • Southern Fr»' marriage of Mr. John H. Strange to Miss Kiiz'.ibubViT all of Albemarle county Va. An exchange thinks it

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Type: Miscellaneous
Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

18 Jun 1853

Tombstose Farcies.—Among some u Laird o* Logan stories two epitaphs, the first of which may serve as warning horsemen*— lien* lies interr'd man of might, His name was Downie; lost his life one market night, In falliug all his —The next belongs to class of

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Type: Miscellaneous