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Cornish Times

Cornish Times Cornwall, England

18 May 1889

Audit rente, due at lady-day U*t to Mr. Colline. of Newton Fern re, was held Qoldiog*g Hotel, CaUiogton, Wednesday, when reduction 15 per cent, was made off all rents. Great gratiflcttion was exi>ros9*d at this repeated liberality of Mr. Collins. Latuict«t4»n;

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

30 Sep 1886

A man Joseph Tamer his paramour and then shot himself Bristol. dead and the woman is critical condition. About three o’clock on Thursday afternoon, whilst Mr. .1. Grills, St, Dominiok, was wheat with steam thrashing raachmo for .Mr. J *. of Blarrick Farm

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

14 Dec 1883

consideration, and therefore, could not be recognised legal deed the Court. Mr. Higgins, and Mr. for the plaintiff ; and Mr. Co«n Hardy, Q.C., and Mr. S. for the defendant. His lordship said that assuming everything in favour of the plaintiff, deeply regretted

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

21 May 1887

answer to Mr. Laboucbere it was also stated that the Duke’s pay and emoluments would not go on daring the ten days of his absence from his pest. The Under-Secretary for Foreign affairs, although now suswenng a question with notice, could give Mr. W. Eedmond

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

19 May 1882

TOUCHING LETTER FROM LADY F. CAVENDISH. A deputation from the Dublin Chamber of Commerce and the Belfast Corporation attended a few days ago at the castle to present addresses to the laird Lieutenant. His Excellency » View article

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

28 Mar 1885

swing for her. Prisoner said he called on his sister to offer her an explanation” before going out Egypt, his passage being paid tlM*re Ca|>tain Finlay, his brother-in-law. If tla* magistrate would allow him his liberty, lie would once on tla* steamer,

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

29 Nov 1889

the House of Commons is Mr. Broadhurst, whoso* health has been greatly benefited by his devDtion to the game. Mr. Balfour, Lord Elcho, and Mr. Anstruther come next to Mr. the excellence of their respective performances, and Mr. Finlay and Sir Herbert

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

24 Jun 1882

RobbieT asked his friends; “they looked aa sou vinegar till you turn cams,” Dell a bawbee.did they gat free me,” answered the Laird just kittled their loof,’’ man who has made his fortune In very different way ays that had not bean for his dog ha would

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

12 May 1882

found that Mr. Burke had received several stabs near the region of the heart, and that his throat was cut almost completely across. His clothes were much torn, and his hands bore marks suggestive of a fierce and protracted encounter with his assailants

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Cornish Times

Cornish Times Cornwall, England

8 Jun 1889

rnar-1 Colen.lge, Mr. W. A. Mr Arthur, M.F., Mr. A. H. D. Aclan.l, M. I*., Sir John l*h«-.«r, Mr. I*. A. V. IVmybeare, M.P., Mr. A. Billson, candidate for the Barnstaple Division; Mr. Johnson, late M.P. for Exeter ; and Mr. Arthur ArnoM la»dy Hayter will also

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

14 Dec 1883

England Press Fund has teen held the Royal Hotel, Bristol. The Mavor (Mr. Weston) presi 'ed, and the numerous company included Mr. Wills, M.P., Mr. Wodehonse, M.P., and Mr. Lewis Fry, M.V. Mr. R- 0. Joses recently held inquiry at Cardiff respecting the stranding

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

28 Jun 1888

paper-knife ; Mr. and Mrs Leonard Courtni '. bronze tripod ; Mr: and Mrs. Robert Fox, Oriental v.vse ; Mr. John Trelawny, two Benares trays; Mr. Render St. Aubyn, silver cigarette case ; Capt: and Mrs. Rogers of Penrose, brass tray : Mr. Paynter, case

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

19 Oct 1889

MR. CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN. Addressing his constituents at Stirling Monday night, Mr. Campbell-Bannerman, M.P., deroted bis attention almost entirely Ireland and criticism of Lord Uartington’s recent speech. Lilierals, said, were blamed for being silent on

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

19 Apr 1888

DEATH Mr. MACLEOD, OF CADBOLL Tbe death of the gentlemen who, if be had lived few days longer wonld have given his daughter into tne oare of Mr. William E. T. Bolitho. of Polwithen. oast a gloom over all his neighbourhood. Aod well it might, for Mr. Maoleod

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

12 Mar 1886

Far be it from Donald to strike the laird, unless he struck him again. He had broken the spell laid on his cow, and tbe laird had avenged the hurt to the lady ; though he was grieved to see the laird with a lady who was a witch. Let bygones be bygones

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

14 Feb 1889

at it in silence for some time, his eyes filling with tears, and then softly and reverently said“ So, that is father! Ah, how he is changed ” GROBBMITH AND TH* SCOTCH C::.; mith w* of a Scotch bailer. A laird sent his Scotch butler to himone evening to

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

19 May 1883

would be fresh. Jones thinks that a man is fortunate who has his will contested after death only. Ho says his will has been contested ever since be wedded Mrs J. Upon a writer exclaiming that his works contained much “ food for thought, a friend remarked:

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

3 Oct 1885

reason you have no name your cart?” asked Mr. Lumsden. dinna ken, sir.” said the laird. “Ye dinna ken ” cried Lumsden; don’t you see Uiat evenone ha* has name his cart but yourself?” Oh, then,” replied the laird, his soft, easy way, lliat’s the case, yell

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

24 Mar 1883

in Meath, when his adventures elicited the following quatrain: His seat the Connell Lord Spencer retains. His seat the Cabinet too; Bat his grip of the saddle, his bold of the rains. Want a little cementing with Glue. “Ma,” said young lady, “what the they

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

16 Apr 1880

been derided, but tome*imes they are only faithful. Such was the bond that united the Lady Isabel Macdonald to Mrs. Forbes, the wife of the young Laird of Achinroch. Lady Isabel was an earl’s only child and heiress, though her father's title would pass a

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