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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

8 Jul 1925

regular charges, lei them as I do —stay at home! It was terse and the point —his point; but there was another point of view. They f l [ living in mining and factory town; hi; home was a beauty spot of serpentine cli f and emerald seas. Even if we barred

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

14 Jan 1925

morning and evening by the Rev. Geo. Gifford:, St. Burvan. Special music by the choir was directed by Mr. J. Irving Thomas. In the afternoon Mr. J. Laird, of Newly n, presided at interesting service, when the Misses Cooke, Rowe, W. Saundiy and G. Trewavas

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

29 Apr 1925

those who build cathedrals. —Mr. H. R. Selley. I am not sure that the future London may not disappear. I hope it will. —Mr. Bernard Shaw. Divorce is rapidly becoming a relief foT the guilty instead of a remedy for the innocent. —Mr. Justice Swift. Woman was

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