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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

22 Jan 1820

13th instant, Mr. Robert Halliday, surgeon, in his 21st year.—On Sunday last, Mr. Archibald Mitchelson.—On the 15th inst. Mrs. Jean Malcolm, relict of the late Robert Ramsay, Esq. writer, in Dumfries.—On the 15th inst. Ann, wife of Mr. John Morine

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Maryport Advertiser

Maryport Advertiser Cumberland, England

18 Feb 1905

t o hi e w id ow Th ee heee, Steel.. exhibitor and prise-winner. Never before was there such a show of canine an/stomata, and the exhibitor. included all the well known dog fancies, such the nether, of Newcastle, Lady Aberdeen. Lady Deeice, Lady Chesterfield

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Type: Illustrated
Wigton Advertiser

Wigton Advertiser Cumberland, England

24 Jan 1903

negotiation with Mr. Begbie for weeks ; the deed was sent here for signature.' Sent here, she echoed dully. Yee, sent here ; and if, as you say, it is not among his papers, he must have had it in his pocket when he was drowned. In his pocket, she echoed

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

5 May 1827

oilier influential Whig l*eer, will relieve laird IBidley and Ward Hie cares of the Ff.reigii-oflice. Mr. Canning takes upon himself the united duties of laird Liverpool and Mr. lift bin son—that to say First laird uftlie Treasury and Chancellor uf th e •

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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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English Lakes Visitor

English Lakes Visitor Cumberland, England

14 Feb 1903

not one that will be contradicted. He told me the same, she replied steadi/y, with something of his own temper. He said the laird must have left his coat somewhere since he had none on him. Is it a Lie you have been telling me! Did you stand at my

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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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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

26 Oct 1904

SAD DEATH OF A WIGTON LADY• Meek sympathy has bees brought forth by Sae semewbat sudden death Mrs Feswiek, Wife et Mr Was Fenwiek, Bridge House, sear Wigton. Mrs Fenwiek was is her usual heath Tuesday el last week, sad es that day attended W*toe market

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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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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

20 Jan 1906

benefited his coatadteests, awl he implored every ~kiss mos to vote for him, as his interests were their laureate. (Applause.) Mr J Mc ill, is secondiog the resolutioo,seid Sir John would stick to them if they stuck to his, lie hoped Sir )ohn and Lady Raodles

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Wigton Advertiser

Wigton Advertiser Cumberland, England

11 Apr 1903

Palace. He is making his daily journey from his house to his little office adjoining the King's Chapel, and as he strides on he mentally notes down the beads and points of the following Sunday's discourse. When he reaches his destination, he will

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Wigton Advertiser

Wigton Advertiser Cumberland, England

28 Jul 1906

Canon Taylor, The Rev. B. M. and Mrs Todd, The Roy. 11. Mayan, the Rev. W. E. and Mrs. Humphreys, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Budding, Miss Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Rooke, Mr. R. Tinniswood, Mr. J. J. Mitchell, Mr. J. M. Aird, and Mr. A. J. Barnett. The Chairman

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

30 Jan 1906

tashiat and Zablt Lord Dolmeny, ALP.. Las now a place of his own h+ St-utland. Ho las taken over Bomber, Move, in Midlothian. So now Lord Dalmeny is Laird of Root-Wry. and Lord Kovelery is Laird of Dahnouy. Cho death onions] at Eton College on Saturday

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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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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

15 Sep 1906

(the minerintennent) was standing to his trap looking about. when Mr limpet:sick came forward end asked him if be wanted eomsose to held his base. He thee threw Mr Kirkpoti in the reins sod west to the maiitance ol his two officers. He found thee with a

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

6 Feb 1906

rewed from Lady titnithanta llnnmployr 1 10.0 i)) guiatar for the Qttons : a with • mtipulativn that 9,001 t.l tl. emigration of d, aerving atorkpmple and to.,r famthra to Canada. A Jricriir•ld,fn DEATH.—(ht Friday night the Ixoly of Mr. Arcbil*l I C

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

28 Sep 1839

; Harris, Esq., and family; Lord and Lady Teignnouth ; Sir William Newton, and family; Pedder, Esq., and lady; Honourable Mrs.'Dougla*, 1 Gibbs, Esq., and lady; Captain LIowl j tbe Duke of Buecleugh. We noticed last week that the Solivay, on her passage

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

3 Nov 1827

consequence, well as a biave officer, gave up sword, and with it his purse and watch, which luvernabyle accepted, save them from his followers. After the affair was over, Mr. Stewart sought out his prisoner, and they were introduced each other by the celebrated

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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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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

30 Sep 1905

ags9d Mr Wilson, Tortola ; 21. 61 Mr Benson, Beckcoat ; 311 Mr Pearson, Whinns ; 191 3d Mr Jacksoi. Haile; 63 Mr Dawson, Lildale; a7s 6d, 175 sod tas 91 Mr Jackson, Picket How. Halfbred wethers and ginimers, 21s 91 Mrs Cook, Grange; aSs and ads 9d Mr Wilson

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