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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

3 Jun 1859

lowing places : Mr. Williams's Bear Inn, Truro. Mr. Doble's, Trefusis, Mylor. . Mr. Stevens's, Horse and Jockey Inn, Helston. Mr. C. Cardell's, Bosence, St. Erth. 1 Mr. Truseott's, grocer, Tresillian. Mr. Doble's, Nansough, Ladock. Mr. Lanyon's, Hawkins

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Type: Advertisement
Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

1 Aug 1874

in the occupation 0? Mrs. Lambert, Pydar Street. For particular, apply to Mrs. Furniss, ' Church Lane. Tmro. T 0 BE LET, ?? immediate possession, a HOUSE, SHOP, T V STORES, situate in Old Bridge-street, late in tbe occupation of Mr. Burridge.— Apply to

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

6 Nov 1840

permission from Mr. SNELL, Corii-rnerchant, Newport, to make use of his name as having always experienced an immediate alleviation of pain, and a speedy recovery, fr»m their use. The ease of Mr. Snell, and that of others, are well known to Mr. CKing, Chemist

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

11 Mar 1859

above address desires to express his sincere acknowledgments to his friends and the public generally, for the kind support they have afforded him. He has great pleasure and confidence in recommending to them his successor, Mr .J. Jewell, who, he feels assured

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

19 May 1871

iielaird, who was at his side an instant. “You must come and dine with to-day, 1 have something importaut tell von after dinner. - The laird moouterl bis bowe. and returned with our family. The dinner over, and my father and the laird being ulone

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Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser.

Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser Cornwall, England

24 Mar 1877

was Mr. Wynne’s own interest to influence Edith in his favour. “Or her mother?” Mr. Wynne suggested again, , shrinking, on nearer view of it, from the self-imposed task. “ Yes, Mrs. Wynne would better still, provided can gam her to our side.” Mr. Wynne

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

5 Nov 1874

the third class. DEATH OF MR. JOHN LAIRD, M.P. —Mr. John Laird, M.P. for Birkenhead, died eu Thursday night ten o'clock, aged 70. His death had been expected for several weeks. Mr. Laird, the eldest son of the late William Laird, of Birkenhead, and brother

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

4 May 1864

THE NEW MUSEUM. Mr, Charles Fox succeeded Mayor of Penzance on Wednesday last in his possession of the rude mound of stones from which his worship, Mr. Fox, and Mr. Grice severally addressed large as.embloge, and spoke as follows Ladies and gentlemen,—You

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

29 Mar 1902

after brief visit laird and Lady icester at llolkham Hall. Norfolk. It is understood at Taplow that the Sultan of lohore will occupy a residence on the lianksof the riiaims. near Bray Lock, during part of the summer. laird and Lady Chesterfield are staving

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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

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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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

19 Jul 1872

funny in< i lente in dr|ccioig the onmic aide his theme, and among them „„ absurd atorv which heard a'bniraldv told wh- , Scotland. The idea was that Scotch laird had b« pay his reo* t'» the s*(nirs, and and his drank much in the kitchen that they < much

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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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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

5 Sep 1903

only recently Lady Itaniington was appointed lady inwaiting the Princess of Wales succession to lady Bradford. The appointment of laird lamingtoo to the Governorship of Bombay will therefore involve vacancy among the Princess of Wslew's ladies-in-waiting

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

18 Sep 1867

from their watch chains, pair of ladies' silver shoe-buckles. &8. When Pellew went to sea the old lady his grandmother used often say, • If could bat live to see my Teddy made a captain I would die contented.' the old lady lived long enough to see him kokhred

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Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser.

Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser Cornwall, England

14 Dec 1861

Birkenhead election took place Tuesday. It in the iot«m Mr. Laird, the CoMrvatiye Kie .Liberal Oandidato Mr. Brimey, joo.,«nd^both fto close of the poll were;—Laird, 1,001, Braesey, L 338; inajority for Laird, 323. A “London Gazette Extraordinary was pnUiahed

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

7 Apr 1865

tbe presence of his Royal Highness the Priuce of Wales as chair- man, and includes, amongst others, Lord Gerald Fitzgerald, Lord H. G.Lennox, M.P., Sir John Boiieau.Sir Francis Sand- ford, Mr Bowring, Mr Chester, Mr Cole, CD., and Mr Samuel B^dgrave.

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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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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

9 May 1851

of Winchelsca moved the first and was followed Mr. Isaac t, Mr. Selby, Mr. H. P. Long of .Mr. George Game I bi)’ St. Ives, Air. Worse ley. of, Essex. Colonel Ivlidoch from Scotland, and Lord Berners. .Mr. i, baker of Loudon, pat fonvard the of Richmond

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