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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

30 Nov 1838

siege of Herat being raised. The Schah, in conformity with the demand of Mr. had retired with his army from that city, and was already three days march on his way to Mooshid. Mr. M‘N» il was preparing to proceed immediately Tehe- ran. The principal issue

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

14 Feb 1903

out sheer despite, had refrained from giving his usual orders on the ground of competition. shook his head moodily, saying that Mr. Jones might have heard it anywhere; there had been enough talk about it. _ Mr. Jones paused in bis winding to exclaim, Of

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

29 Nov 1873

brsnty. This honse was induced by his vanity to show to Lord Ellbank, who bad both aentenets and wit; telling his lordship at the same time, that his friends said it resembled a goose-pie. ** Indeed, Allan,” replied his lordship, ” now that I see yon in

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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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Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser.

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

10 Jul 1875

Churoh, Birkenhead, preparatory its being launched Saturday, The proceedings which took .place presence, of Mr, John Laird and Mr, Henry Laird, two reprcnentatiyos,of the Portuguese navy, and few workmen, oomnienoed with short prayer in Latin, read the

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

7 Jun 1873

of his parents, who has juet gone to Ca'if imia with bis playfellow schoolmate, a eon of ex-Senator Cole. The State bedroom is the mo«t elegantly far* is bed room on the second atorv. beyond the chamber of Mrs. Grant’s father, Mr. Dent, B>w in his 88th

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

19 May 1883

would be fresh. Jones thinks that a man is fortunate who has his will contested after death only. Ho says his will has been contested ever since be wedded Mrs J. Upon a writer exclaiming that his works contained much “ food for thought, a friend remarked:

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

3 Oct 1885

reason you have no name your cart?” asked Mr. Lumsden. dinna ken, sir.” said the laird. “Ye dinna ken ” cried Lumsden; don’t you see Uiat evenone ha* has name his cart but yourself?” Oh, then,” replied the laird, his soft, easy way, lliat’s the case, yell

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

6 Jul 1838

attended hia Purse-bearer. The Lord Archbishop Armagh, in hi* Rochet. The laird of York, in his Rochet. The laird High Clianeellor attended by his Purse-bearer. The Lord Arrhbi-bop Canterbury, in his Roehet, attended two gentlemen. PRINCESSES OF THE BLOOD

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

24 Mar 1883

in Meath, when his adventures elicited the following quatrain: His seat the Connell Lord Spencer retains. His seat the Cabinet too; Bat his grip of the saddle, his bold of the rains. Want a little cementing with Glue. “Ma,” said young lady, “what the they

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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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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

10 Jan 1903

Board of Education at heretofore. Mrs. G. N. Game and Mr. C. Bnllmore (owe 3), beat Mia S. B. Fox and Col. Bidgway (receive S), 12 15,15 to 12,15 to 13. Mrs. Bnllmore and Mr. R. Barclay Fox (acratcb), beat Mia Libby aad Mr. Klaaabd- Jeokina (owe 1), 9 to

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

24 Oct 1863

donned what his staff call his fighting coat’’—a groat-coat of the style in common use among tho private soldiers. He hail early slung the canteen of his orderly around his own neck, and this, said his staff, who had watched and studied his manners, meant

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

31 May 1839

excellent Treasurer, and likewise that of Mr. Booth (loud cheer!). Mr. \V. M. Tweed*, who returned thanks for Mr. Booth well as himself, expressed the satisfaction fit in having his name codpled with that Mr. Booth, xnH on to remark upon the high station

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

30 Nov 1877

you live ?— Mr. Pointer : At Willingham, but lam not a Wtt- lingham man.— Mr. Bylea : What are you?— Mr. Pointer : An engineer.— Mr. Byles : WeU, what else are you P— Mr. Pointer: WeU, I am a gun_nut_f> locksmith, andbellhanger, iron arm and lathe-maker

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

16 Apr 1880

been derided, but tome*imes they are only faithful. Such was the bond that united the Lady Isabel Macdonald to Mrs. Forbes, the wife of the young Laird of Achinroch. Lady Isabel was an earl’s only child and heiress, though her father's title would pass a

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

13 Mar 1875

i bribery, either themselves or their agents, vis., Mr. H R Brand, Mr. Deaktn, Mr. Dickinson, Mr. Dorricgton, Mr. Albert Orant, Nr. Green, Mr. Henderson, Mr. Parry, Mr. Stanton, Mr. Thompson, and Mr. Waring. Other causes, each informality and intimidation

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

25 Jan 1854

he proudly taken his seal in 1848, aloof from the false allies who had no Itclicf his earnestness, no satisfaction in his com|tany, and who hurled their contempt in his teeth? When Mr. Disraeli became. In spite of all t i lender of his parly 1849, had

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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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