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  • For Years: 1850 - 1859

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

11 Feb 1852

down. cros-cxaramation Mr. Pascoe, who appeared for defendants, complainant admitted that his son and John Lcggoc had stripped and fought battle. Mr. spoke and called a witness, but his clients were each fined 2 including costs. Mr. Roscorla assisted the

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

25 Mar 1859

Launceston Mr. S. E.NicoUs. Liskeard.. Mr. J. J. Trathan. Do Mr. S. VV. Jenkin. Lostwifldel Mr. J. Parkin. Newquay Mr. R. S. Oliver. Penryn. Mr. J. Rundle. Penzance Mr. W. Edmonds. Redntth Mrs. J. Beunett, jun. St. Austell Mr. R. Carveth. St. Columb Mr. P. Northy

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

3 Jun 1859

lowing places : Mr. Williams's Bear Inn, Truro. Mr. Doble's, Trefusis, Mylor. . Mr. Stevens's, Horse and Jockey Inn, Helston. Mr. C. Cardell's, Bosence, St. Erth. 1 Mr. Truseott's, grocer, Tresillian. Mr. Doble's, Nansough, Ladock. Mr. Lanyon's, Hawkins

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

11 Mar 1859

above address desires to express his sincere acknowledgments to his friends and the public generally, for the kind support they have afforded him. He has great pleasure and confidence in recommending to them his successor, Mr .J. Jewell, who, he feels assured

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

9 May 1851

of Winchelsca moved the first and was followed Mr. Isaac t, Mr. Selby, Mr. H. P. Long of .Mr. George Game I bi)’ St. Ives, Air. Worse ley. of, Essex. Colonel Ivlidoch from Scotland, and Lord Berners. .Mr. i, baker of Loudon, pat fonvard the of Richmond

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

25 Jan 1854

he proudly taken his seal in 1848, aloof from the false allies who had no Itclicf his earnestness, no satisfaction in his com|tany, and who hurled their contempt in his teeth? When Mr. Disraeli became. In spite of all t i lender of his parly 1849, had

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

17 Sep 1858

presumptuous, I beg to lie most kindly remembered to Mrs. Laird and all your family. (Signed) David Livingstone. John Laird, Esq. COLONIAL. INDIA AND CHINA. Foreign Office Telegram. The following telegram, from Mr. Acting Consul General ; Green, was received

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

18 Sep 1858

most kiadly remembered Mrs. Laird and all your family.—(Signed) David Livinost.'Nß. John Laird, Esq. Perilous Position. A young man from Brentwood named Tyler, a sergeant in the 23rd Fusileers, in India, has written home to his fattier:—“l had a narrow

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Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser.

Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser Cornwall, England

18 Sep 1858

beg to moat kindly remembered to Mrs. Laird and all your Davn> Livingstons. John Laird, *l > BBiLotTs Position. young man from Brentwood namad Tyler, sergeant in the 28td Fusi leers, fa India, has written home to his father:—“l had narrow escape few nights

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

15 Apr 1853

TRAOB and COMMERCE. — A General Court of the Bank of England took place on Tuesday, when Mr. J. G. Hubbard was elected Gover- nor, an.l Mr. T. M. Weguclin Deputy Governor. —The movement for promoting the establishment of tri- bunals of commerce has been

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

16 Jan 1856

each-Blossom, Gadfly Gnat, and Garland. Mr. Laird is also building 1$ iron mortar-vessels on the same plan the one built his Liverpool yard, and successfuily tested at Portsmouth a few days ago. During the past year Mr. Laird ha* hunched about vessels of an aggregate

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

18 Sep 1857

formal promise that his life should be protected.— lt has been said that Mr. F was wounded ; but we believe it to be untrue, unless one means the doable wound to his love and his self-love.— As Mr W immediately left for the south with his wife, we are'inclined

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

1 Oct 1856

Bath, Saturday. Mr. Tauncr, ironmonger, in Brad lord, constructed engine which propel small boat (a rowing oue). has frequently of lata used his * steamer a pleasant beat on the liver Avon. On Saturday last anfortuuately took Mrs. Tanner (his wife) and only

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

26 Aug 1859

the Victoria station on Saturday afternoon, and the lady after him, shouting Stop thief. A mau caught hold of him, and just before witness got up to him him he saw the prisoner put his hand to his sid*. and fling a purse into the river. When the policeman

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

5 May 1852

h;s own estimation, or that of his own shepherds before the gold revolution, being in great trouble about shearing his flocks, went to party of shearers at the gold diggings them to engage -o shear his flock. fancied in his inno-eucc that by offering high

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Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser.

Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser Cornwall, England

26 Dec 1857

to state that Mr. Coppock entered tbe electioneering arena as an avowed partisan the liberal partyw His best friends could not approve all his acts; but had a universal credit for ability and integrity m his representation of partisans. His seW-reJiance

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Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser.

Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser Cornwall, England

15 Aug 1857

the Reeent’s-canal, at Agar-town. Mr. Charles Solomon, the deceased’s nephew his sister-in-law, Mrs. Sarah Barrett; and his own sister, Mrs. Catherine Jacobs, of 12, Marylebone-street, with whom he dined on the day of his death, proved that had been in a

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

24 Feb 1858

with an extraordinary accident, which has left singular scars upon his face. was giving piece of sugar to his horse, holding it between hi# teeth, when the animal bit him su severely that hi* jaw was injured, and several piece* were obliged to be taken out

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

26 May 1854

genuine half- crown. The African Exploring Expedition.— Liverpool, May 18. — The African exploring steamer Pleiad, built by Mr. John Laird, of Birkenhead, took her departure yester- day afternoon for Dublin, whence she will proceed direct to Fernando Po. The

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Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser.

Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser Cornwall, England

20 Feb 1858

Thesiger, Mr. Atherton, Mr. Sergeant Ballantine, Mr. Webby, and Mr. Joseph Browne.- the defendants: For Mr. Brown, Mr. Hnddlestone Mr. Ball: for Mr. Esdaile, Mr. Edwin Jamc: and Aspland: for Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Sergeant Shee and Keane; for View article

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