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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

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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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

8 Dec 1887

yourselves perceive that when his lordship snakes his head there is nothing in it.** One day at the beginning of his legal career Judge tried to crush him, Curran bad remarked in reply to his adversary that had consulted all his law-books, but could find

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Launceston Weekly News, and Cornwall & Devon Advertiser.

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

28 Dec 1861

Prince of Wales, centre; hi* right was the is left, the deceased Saxe-Cohurg and Gotha , follows, „ fghness. —Mr. Loblehi and Mr. less!—Mr. Charles Kobortson ami Brcbncr, Mr. Tait, Mr. Mr. Toward. Ir Meyer, Gentleman Rider, his late Royal Highness; jmmlssloner

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

18 Sep 1891

ChnnicU which makes a silly attack on Mr. Morlev uses his position Parliament to net into office, and would use office to advance his political opinions and secure stipend.” Mr. does not mean thiTto diaparaca Mr. Morloy. “It is the common tliing—on],

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

3 Jan 1824

singularly retired habit* of Mr. Francis Tyrrel, the stranger guest at the original hostelrie of Mrs. Meg Dods, an invita- tion was sent to him in the names of tbe whole party to faror them with his company on an early day. During his visit he had an oppor-

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

20 Sep 1861

so high above his kindred should be laid in the dust without a word of farewell over his grave, especially when his reign was of a peacable and not predatory character. Un— ke some of his contemporary monarchs, his rule was so mild that his subjects not

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

22 Nov 1879

successful as to get possession one tail his coat. thought he would thereby able to catch the culprit the next morning in form ; but what was his surprise when the whole form came in minus one tail 1 The late Mr. Butt’s ready wit often stood him in good

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

23 Jun 1882

wretahed old oow had 'em all ! There is a man in the West who haa moved so often that whenever a oovered waggon comes near his house, his chickens all march up and fall on their backs, aad cross their lege, ready t . ba tied and oarried to the next stopping

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

21 Jan 1865

and declared the object of his colleagues and himself to be, secure for every man one day in seven to with he liked, every man being requested, however, to keep his hands off his neighbour's possession and enjoyment of it. Mr. J. Baxter Langley, M.E.C

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

26 May 1882

Charles Ker, Lady Violet Greville, Lady Baldcy, Lady Montgomery, Sir E. and Lady Harrison, Sir H. and Lady Croft, Sir H. Cooper, General an Mrs. Clark Kennedy, Colonel and Mrs. Holmes Scott, Major and Mrs. llotlum, Captain Wingfield, and Mr. P. Griffith

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

17 Sep 1858

presumptuous, I beg to lie most kindly remembered to Mrs. Laird and all your family. (Signed) David Livingstone. John Laird, Esq. COLONIAL. INDIA AND CHINA. Foreign Office Telegram. The following telegram, from Mr. Acting Consul General ; Green, was received

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

12 Jan 1838

their com- i and Mrs. Gilbert, Mis. Reynolds Mrs. ] ; n, the Misses Staekhonso, Mr. and Mrs. ,• , Mr. and Mrs. H. Willyums, Miss Dmihus, Mrs. 'and Mr. Davies Gilliert, the Dike, Miss Andrew, Miss C’.irdew, Cant. Mrs. and iVssinpham, Mr. Vyvyan Robinson

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

17 May 1883

her. Morris had his own reasons for keeping the nature of his employment unknown to his wife, and moving his bumble home when his wife became intimate with the neighbours and they began to be curious about him, had for some time kept his own counsel without

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

16 Jun 1893

is the tardy admission of Mr. Alfred Russel Wallace into the sacred ranks. In 1858. before Darwin had published a print of the great theory be was compiling, essay by Mr. Wallace, then a comparatively unknown man. forced his band, and compelled biro,

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

20 Feb 1897

each; and many other legaciee. The testatrix’s sisters Lady Seafisld and Lady Buchanan are the residuary legatees. Mrs. Ferrard left per •cool estate valued £12,112. The will, dated June 9. 1888, of Mr. William Heather Medows, of Conholt-park, Wilts, and

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