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  • For Years: 1850 - 1899

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

31 Dec 1889

tad Mrs. rims lid WES sass hi re ire d B. Les. rill abler Odra Ott Dori Mr. Omar Pier Worm). Br. Ord as Ifelle. Na. W. DdA.. (Di. bra). W. rd Mrs Oa sagrair goo Morn Joker Mr. sad is Lai (lhairkill). Mr. Wad Ms. le item Orbit; :- James sad Mr. ring

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Wigton Advertiser

Wigton Advertiser Cumberland, England

29 Jan 1898

Father Bourke, Mr. G. Wilson (Sanden House), Mr. Jos. Strong, Mr. W. Holliday, Mr. J. Rawlings, Mr. J. Graves, Mr. W. Sharp, Mr. E. adl, Mr. J. Carson, Mr. Jon. Strong, and Mr. James Kerr ; with Mr. Ritson (clerk), Mr. Clark

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

30 Oct 1863

MR. JOHN LAIRD, M.P., ON NAVAL AFFAIRS. On Friday Mr. John Laird, M.P., presided a meeting held in the Music-hall, Birkenhead, for the purpose of presenting prizes to the successful competitors the prize meeting Le tsowe, on the 17th September last. Mr

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

7 Nov 1874

unprecedentesny low price of Al per sack. Mr. M. Bland, n bauker'a clerk, liven the Claphaueroad. London, fell through the' skylight of his house on to the top landing whilst walking on the roof the other night iu his sleep. It was feared that be was fatally

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

27 Oct 1863

MR. JOHN LAIRD, M.P., ON NAVAL AFFAIRS. On Friday Mr. John Laird, M.P, presided at a meeting held the Music-hall, Birkenhead, for the purpose of presenting prizes to the successful competitors at the prize meeting at Leasowe, on the 17th September last

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

21 Jun 1850

MANUFACTURER, TENDERS his best thanks to the Ladies and e v lemeu Public in general of CARLISLE clnity ' for the vel *y liberal Support he has reived tor upwards of Twenty Years. ?S to them that he has taken the lately occupied by Mrs. Carrick, ENGLISH STREET

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

8 Jan 1896

meantime, was quietly biding his time, full of exultation at the failure of Mr Buchan to produce the will of the lady whose agent he had been. Then the Laird, deeming it time to assert his claims, applied to the court for letters of administration. But here

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

29 Jan 1896

not invited, the laird sat down to await his return. He had been in the outer office nearly an hour when Mary Paterson entered. followed by Mr Buchan. Mary's face lost its colour when she rain her uncle, but she did not speak to him. ' Mr Macduff, you have

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

24 Jan 1883

hie sad Med hi pm.. .she a red was it with beirliereblet. lie ill set Me ere thee rod ear the ray :whet hie bee. He Me lie phi* beret Ilia mew preirsong shwa • The ink =ed as rep. Winne ushobil hie Illre anis biers the ad put his head her his Met. bat sad

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

23 Feb 1850

itt who fin the shot. Mr. n-ferred his to eercral rates which Im* consideivil l»* in point. The Juki There la evidence that the prisoner was out poaching that nlg'it. Mr. OvKHKNi*.- riial may Is* true my Lord, but the prisoner not his trial for poaching

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Carlisle Express and Examiner

Carlisle Express and Examiner Cumberland, England

1 Apr 1893

The Co—berlaad Plato Glam Vnmrance Co—- art prapoaiat per cent Kcxl Thursday Mrs. Dardalcy, who will aeco—paafed Lady Uwaoa the lUabop. will open a sale work in ib* Casaty Hall to aid al tea of tea Meath Home of Combat for KpUcptfea. Lord Uuoeastcr has

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

17 Sep 1853

other-.guests were the Rev. Mr.'jMurdoch, Gordon Graham, Mr. Perring, Mr. Carlyle Waterbeck, Mr. Murray, jua., Rev. J. RtUerson, .Halt' Morton, Mi:. '.Irving, Plurcden, Mr. D. Ewart, Mr. Williams, Mar. JBarr, factor to the estate, Mr. Patterson, of the IJotts

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

4 Jun 1859

physiognomy ? (Laughter.) Mr. Springfield—There are varioos prices. It depends whether good-looking fellow. (Laughter.) Mr. Baron Chsnnell—Then you charge according to their looks ? Mr. Springfield—Yes, certainly (Lsughtir.) Mr. Baron Channel!— When returning

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Cumberland and Westmorland Advertiser, and Penrith Literary Chronicle

Cumberland and Westmorland Advertiser, and Penrith Literary Chronicle Cumberland, England

30 Sep 1856

to shoot over his grounds. The laird wrote back, that he could not comply wiih Mr. Nose’s request.” Having finished his letter, however, gave another glance at Mr. Rose’s scrawl, and added postscript“ Finding that your name is not Nose, shall have great

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Maryport Advertiser

Maryport Advertiser Cumberland, England

31 Dec 1880

Town. Mr. W. F. Wilson presided, and the other member priseut were Mr. IVisbart (Lowtherfield), Mr. Dixon (silloth), Mr. Biglawla (Beekfoot), Mr. Wright (Park Haul), Mr. Holliday (Causeway Had), Mr. Hornsby (Abbey House', Mr. Carson (Pelutho), Mr. Hind

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Cumberland & Westmorland Herald

Cumberland & Westmorland Herald Cumberland, England

3 Feb 1872

plaintiff himself described the lady whom Lady Constable was to have the pleasure of seeing. Ho said in one - We spent a very pleasant evening last night. Mr. and Mil.. Itloxam came and gave us come very nice Rongm. Mr. Holmes joined in with Samme Slack

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

18 Feb 1887

In the Committee Room of the own Hall. Mr. James prodded, and there were also prams Mr. Jackson, Mr. Halstead, Mr. Ormond, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Milburn, Mr. Sinclair, Mr. J. A. Wheatley, Mr. Carboall (clerk), and Mr. Veit& (make). With nsforines to the complaint

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Penrith Observer

Penrith Observer Cumberland, England

4 May 1880

wee dressed with his usual Were Mete, het in slieitior from his vehicle his foot ball dipped. sad a email masa dim of etvetwer• Med sell. old* butes* ma hie melted instep, maned the plitler el hie boot& Mir Ildwerd was &Willem. Melia, his alas areavd. a

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser Cumberland, England

25 Nov 1851

as also was Mr Hughes, solicitor of Liverpool. any interruption. One immense advantage of the dis- performance had proceeded for about an hour, eovery wdl topreventde ay from the crowding of diswhen Mr Ramshay entered the house, and on his ap- patches

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Cumberland & Westmorland Herald

Cumberland & Westmorland Herald Cumberland, England

2 Dec 1871

erases, Ulnae Asa that they would air rine real aria by the his. Mad. No women as be a lady else as weed or moldy earitbor. No rating how &ow orthatal ray she is, in wvulgarity al re grass Meat Mrs Uslorrly Wad. sertgerag. sad gas Ise* mat of all weans Is

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