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

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  • County: Cornwall, England
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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

9 Jul 1924

rather pompously and sat down, when Mrs Choak had dusted a chair. Good morning: Mrs. Choak.' ' Mr Buzza threw out his chest and his tones as- sumed fullness and condescension, quite unnatural to them. How are vou Mrs. Choak? and—haw—how is your good'

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

26 Nov 1924

evidently plenty of work for Lady Astor to do in gingering up, the Government, particularly the Government of which she is such an independent supporter. I hope she will be ble to convert Mr. Baldwin, Mr. Amery, , Lord Birkenhead, Mr. Winston Churchill, to

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

10 Dec 1924

E. Mabbott, to present to Mr. and Mrs. Powell, a beaten copper fire screen stand, which had been made Mr. W. Pezzack, and purchased by members of the audience tihere, as a memento of Newlyn, to the pastor and his wife. Mr. Powell was surprised, that for

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