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  • County: Cornwall, England
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

24 Jan 1935

aurae or at last and rt meek. oned, did hi. nib well anti mold not he blamed Italie., C. loud. Rowse and A. L. Synionds.l Al .. Leery Soares . solarises the hum &fence. who played nand for his side's defeei. Seset.d his the heartily thaahed a man, to keep

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

15 Nov 1907

Accompanying her on she platforntwere Mr. F. Fireman-fneinas, M.P., Mr. A. A. Marshall, J.P.„ Mr. C. A. Millman ILiberal agent). Mrs. Hegira. ) Mrs. N. J. alined, Mies Hodge, Miss Temkin. Mrs. Hony, and iithers. The Hon. Mrs. Freeman- Thome. rTe.,itted. Mum

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

2 May 1902

Attorney-lien. ea! for 'edam in Mr. grown! ill and in 1881 of Irelan I. 'lire likeness between Mr. Law anti his father is as striking as the likeness between the Cubmial hemetary arnl Mr. Auateti Chamberlain. Hen des:lt of Mr. has a I. eling of regret in

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

4 Apr 1901

Giver of Kisses ’’ is a realistic story the South African War; Mr. Cutclilfe Hyne continues his thrilling series short stories, “ MoToad in the Arctic, and Mr. Allen Upward also continues his series of Historic Mysteries. A pretty story by Hart is i

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

5 Mar 1908

proving that •uspic«e the local Unionist 1 y the Unioniat Party, in atand- Mr. A. Douglas Linsey preaided, aupiKUjea the three kingdom* together, by Ladv Duming-Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. un( j one n>wn and one central govem- Percival D. William* (Lanarth), Meaars

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

29 Jun 1933

F•aneis HumPhllls's prestige in the East. where a man is Judged by his deeds and not by his words. Sir Francis, in fast, is a Mail of vast experiene , in the East, and this, coupled with his signal ability as a diplomat, should qualify hint for an eventual

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

28 Jul 1926

College. Mr. Henry Toy presided and was supported Lady Stamp, Revs. A. E„ Nightingale and E. V. Paget, Aid. W. J. Bazeley. Messrs. J. H. Tonking, J. H. Roberts, C. E. Tyacke (Camborne), W. Nicholls and Richard' White, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wickett, Mrs. J. Roberts*

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

18 Jan 1912

spoons; Mr. John lingham. four cut glasses; Mr. and Mrs. A. Bell, ortoiseehell stationery and blotter; Mr. >nd Mrs. Budd. two dessert spoons; Mr. and Mrs I. Bissell, traveling eloak; Mr. and Mrs. W Jrittain. small silver Salter; Capt. and Mrs. D 'lifton

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

28 Aug 1903

elder, Lady Maud CPCiI, was married to the present Earl of *Horne is 1883. Lady tlerenelolen, who pommies a full share of the literary talent of the family, of late rare been actively associated with het father in his public work. The third, Lady Fanny

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

22 Sep 1900

received Mr. Charles Steel, the general manager; Mr. Mason, the assistant superintendent the line; Mr. Hills, the London divisional superintendent ; and Mr. Richard the station supsrmteudent. There was large crowd the plat form, who cheered his |{..val

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

18 Jul 1907

Truro. Lord and Lady Arthur Hill, Lord and Lady the church of St. Peter, the required bal- r€Xa tta was in great measure due. The . CffMffl •upporters the Lower House coul 7 and he has told these lads tliat should Knollys, Mr. Gerald snd Lady Betty Balance

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

11 Oct 1901

The following took part : Misses Grainger 121 and F.nnis ell, the Joliffe family. Mr. W. Dunstone. Miss Rowse. Mr..). C. Youlden, Misses Truscott OZ. Mr. J. W. Harris. Mrs. Skinner. Misses Hambly. Little. and Menear. Messrs. Skinner. Pearce. Ebdy. and W

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

27 May 1948

recent first annua general meeting were: President Mr. M. Lawrey; chairman, Mr. b' Stevens; secretary, Mr. H. A. 801- weil; treasurer, Mr. W. D. Moon Newly-elected vice-chairman is Mr W. B. P. Moon, and Mr. W. Eddy is entertainments secretary. The Club will

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

11 Feb 1909

peasant returning his humble cot,” sbs wont on enthusiastically—” his sturdy figure outlined against the setting sun faithful collie at his side, and his plough upon his shoulder I’’ Lady: I want put in this advertisement a cook. It will go in three lines

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

8 Dec 1900

rendered O God, have mercy Mr. C- W. Chard contributed the solo ''Christmas”; and Mr. and Mrs. Chard sang the dnet Come ever smiling liberty,” and were joined Bliss Blight and Mr. Prior the Snartette 44 Come, everyone that thirsteth.* Miss ewell. the organist

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

22 Nov 1902

herself across Mr. Baker’s I body. Evidence having been given as to letters and other articles found on the deceased, the Coroner, in reply to Mr. Upton, said he did not see any necessity for making public a letter addressed to the deceased by his wile, and

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

17 Nov 1910

1. L. AUiz, Lady Mar- which he had most at heart a urine his life, caret Bowawen, Lady Mary Trefuiia, Lady the relief of suffering and sickness. smith and Miss Smith, Mrs. and Miss Cor. needed no words of his <Mr. Howell’s) to api-iah, Mrs. Moor, Mias

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

7 Dec 1908

Couurulor Thomas; secretaries. Rev. I. and Mr. S. Smith: treasurer. Mr. E. C. Argali; auditor. Mi. J. Dibbs. Viiilay vveniac, the St. I K. t'hurth, Truro, tea ami an entertainment ««-re ct't’n hi the ladies. A laiße number 'at down tea, and the schoolroom

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

4 May 1907

found her house. Her maid remarked: * I not to know what tho lady does.” Mr. Grey discharged the maid, and remanded Mrs. Turner for inquiry. ••THE SONS OF MARTHA.” Mr. Kipling hi. brok.n hi* long with * poem the Standard, entitled The Sons M*ith»; it

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

14 Dec 1908

devotional evening in connection with St. Mary's Wesley was held 1' Mr. H. Tretbow*n. Newquay, ** Chri«iti.’* Mr. T. pwidrd over » attendant*. Solos Mi-** E. Mr. J. Wool cock a Scripture. Mr. a. read the roll. Tea C'owrwrr, In rmmmtrtinm with St. Otcm«nt-atrfi

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