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  • For Years: 1890 - 1899

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

19 Feb 1891

the only, son Mrs. Campbell, of Lodge, who was the owner much of the property aroand, including Ardleigh House, and, as the future laird, was regarded with some respect Elizabeth, in spite of his lankiness and rod nair. *f Are the ladies at home gasped

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

19 May 1894

supplemented Mr. GoodaU’s exhibition of drawings and Mr. Beadle's military sketches with a collection pictures, several of which are by the late Mr. Herne, the rest having been offered by friends of his to make a fund for the benefit of his widow and children

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

17 Apr 1891

(iiayo »> j Chronicle) that Mr. Quinton, Colonel Skene, Mr. D«.W. O. Gbaci de«cribeB Mr. W. W. Read j d t Lieutenant Simpson, Mr. Cossinfl, and “one of the great cricketers of the age.” v ille, who fell into the hands of the rebels Mr. Rai.i , ii of Rawdon

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

1 Dec 1894

ACCIDENT TO MR. WHYMPER A singular accident happened at Birkenhead on Monday night to Mr. Edward Whymper, F.R.G.S. Mr. Whymper was engaged to deliver a lecture at the music-hall on his mountaineering experience, and when ascending the somewhat steep staircase

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

28 Dec 1893

week, is the daughter of Mrs- Beach Grant, American lady, who into the wellknown American Grant family, which includes Mr. de Forrest Grant and Mr. Snydans Grant. The family is a decidedly wealthy one, but Mr. Beach Grant left his wife and daughter in somewhat

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

7 Apr 1894

equestrian on the bay mare. Many other ladies are going out for a ride on this fine September afternoon Mrs. Ponsonby is tho cynosure of a large port T—but Mr. Ponsonby draws on his glove now, and prepares to mount his own big, brown, handsome roadster, u

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

5 Mar 1891

who wa« Scotch, and frugal with his flowers. “Eh Mr. John, Mr. John! last cried dismay with uplifted hands, “Ye’re just ontt’en them a’ to bits.” You shut up.” answered Johnny, regardless his sufferings on seeing his favourites so ruthlessly treated

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

28 Apr 1893

informing him that his name was Bartongenerally known Judge Harton—and presenting him with a token of his gratitude for his services, the old gentleman climbed into his carriage and drove off. Some twenty-four hours have elapsed, and Mrs. WagstnfT is sitting

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

17 Jan 1895

would be father-in-law of ' the laird.' His greed was stirred. Might not his rent be lowered through his prospective sonin-law, who was own cousin to Daavid's landlord ? His selfishness, too, was excited. The Hall people buy his aad hay. Hence he patted AiHe

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

28 May 1891

she said : but I saved his boy.” “My dear, my dearest mother !” cried Francis, flinging himaelf on his knees on the bed, and kissing one of the bandaged bands. He was moved to the very soul, and Lady Ennismore looked tenderly on his white agitated face.

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

6 Apr 1894

ever since I came here, there are Mr. Camp and Mr. Jennings, and Mr. Here the confession comes to an abrupt pause, The delinquent coughs delicately behind her handkerchief. And Mr. suggests her tormentor question- Mr. Brackmore, and others, beside*

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

18 Sep 1891

ChnnicU which makes a silly attack on Mr. Morlev uses his position Parliament to net into office, and would use office to advance his political opinions and secure stipend.” Mr. does not mean thiTto diaparaca Mr. Morloy. “It is the common tliing—on],

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

16 Jun 1893

is the tardy admission of Mr. Alfred Russel Wallace into the sacred ranks. In 1858. before Darwin had published a print of the great theory be was compiling, essay by Mr. Wallace, then a comparatively unknown man. forced his band, and compelled biro,

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

20 Feb 1897

each; and many other legaciee. The testatrix’s sisters Lady Seafisld and Lady Buchanan are the residuary legatees. Mrs. Ferrard left per •cool estate valued £12,112. The will, dated June 9. 1888, of Mr. William Heather Medows, of Conholt-park, Wilts, and

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

17 Sep 1892

dispose of some of his furniture now 2, Connaught Place. That is, if ho really moans to carry out his intention, and fill his house with the extraordinary collection stuffed beasts which Mr. Everard Ripley of Richmond has been shewing in his window during

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

27 Aug 1898

Owen, Mr. J. J. Beringer, Mr. Ralph B. Rogers, Mr*. Hearle Cock, Mi** Hearle Cock, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Davies, Mr. W. N. Came. Mr. C. Twite, F.G 8. (Bt. Ague*), Mr. anMrs. Tellum Rev A. Harrifon and Mrs. Harrison, Mr. and View article

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

31 Jul 1890

district. Mr. Morey was out banting, attended his daughter, on horseback, when a boar suddenly sprang from the jungle, and making for Mr. Morey, threw over both horse and rider with a severe crash. The brute was on the point of tearing his victims with

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Type: Article
The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

10 Jul 1890

family, Mr. 8100. Mr. 8100-So I perceive. Have von no brothers or sisters younger than yonraelf t Mrs. Hardhead—That’s our milkman s wife. Mr. Hardhead She’s very becomingly attired. Mrs. Hardhead—How so Mr. Hardhead—She wears watered silk. . i » Mrs. Bl

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

18 Oct 1894

Eh, Man ' — Toe Laird of Johnstone, win is a typical bcotchauan of the old school, and who has jiiven the poor people of his neighbourhood leave to help themselves to coal from an open cast on his ar-perty, is tho highland laird of whim a good stery

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

10 Nov 1894

Elizabeth Byng. Lad\ Susan Byng, Ruly Mary Arkwright. lady Victoria Fuller, Lady Agneta Montagu. Rady Emily Hart Dvke, I.ady Caroline Stirling, Herbert of Lea. LaJyFe.idore Sturt, laird and Lady Frederick Bruce, Lord Robert Bruce, I-uly Hcrschell. Louly Louisa

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