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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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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

9 Apr 1909

thin Lill in the Home of Commons on Monday night the Hon. Ceeflrey Howsd, Mr. 11. Stewart-Smith, Mr..l. S. Airsworth, awl laird Morpeth voted iu the majority in favour of the bill. Mr. .1. W. Hills voted with the minority. Tint Piriveteries or vnr. Ptrnts

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

20 Sep 1828

Canteen Mr. tiley** hr. c. Tauibofr. to Streatbaui Mr. Retie’s cb. c. Itowion, 3 loltovviiig also Htarted but not placed : His Maj-sty’s b. f. b. Jack Spigot, (bought Mr. Daiueil); Mr. Darueli’s b. c. Sloiforib ; Mr. Wyvill’s b. c. Wstiiun; Mr. Nowell's

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

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

8 May 1804

©’Clock, for Ten Day* previous the Sale. CATALOGUES may had of Mr. Jollie, Printrr,C.’arlidr; Mr. Ware, Printer, Whitehaven; Mr. Soulby, Printer, Penrith; Mr. W'alker, B«»ok!tllrr, Coekermouth; Mr. Borrowdale, Printer, Workington; and Mi. Branthwaitc, Printer

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

5 Apr 1907

oasts wens Lard sad Lady Version'. lade liermiche Graham. Or Ladies Geheatcon. Dowager lade Cottawlism. and Lai , / Alsip Trloye, Icily Chia Thy Mir lewiead lads Tibilerwoooth, laly Jane Lady Emily l'hich,oter, Bartle Trete, lady Coastal= lealir, noel

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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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Millom Gazette

Millom Gazette Cumberland, England

21 Nov 1913

(given by Mr. H. Ward). —l, Mrs. Sawrey-Cookson; 2, Viscount Cross. Vase of cut blooms (given by Mrs. Hartley).--- I, Mrs. Hartley; a, J. Whineray. Dish kitchen apples (given by Hun. Mrs. Cross).-1, Mrs. S. B. Douglas; a, Mrs. Hartley; 3, Mr. Wilson Butler

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

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

29 May 1849

la«t week. Mr. James Molment of the birth. ~ , • „ his child, requeatlug that his funeral sermon ; tut, miner, aged years. A Malay hen, ot last year brood, to Mr. t yb m Ezekiel. The witness fullv be- Friday last, Mill, Abel Hoadle. sou Mr. Carr, of

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English Lakes Visitor

English Lakes Visitor Cumberland, England

1 Jun 1907

burnt by Mr Hardisty.—Prosecutor said that the letter instructed Mr Ilardiety to take charge of the tools. He did not wish to press the charge now that he had got his tools back.—Prisoner pleaded that he should not be sent to gaol for the sake of his wife

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

2 Nov 1816

(olhree A*. Wboletale and Ketail, by Mr. Lignam, Mam better retail Mr, Heotl, (he Printer of ihi« Paper, Mr. Jnllie, nrlitle Mr. Alliio*, nod Mr. KamMy, l*rßriib i Mr»»r». Mr. Mr, Frater, Damfriet) Mr. llaairbi Mr, dealt, 100, Hridge-Htiee*, drnburghi

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Workington Star

Workington Star Cumberland, England

6 Jul 1906

names will be submitted to the Executive of the Liberal Association, at a meeting being held at Workington this evening—Mr Tweddle, Mr Laird, and the Hon. F. Guest. The Labour Party . have decided to run a candidate, and the selection will be made at a meeting

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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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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

4 Dec 1841

right arm and on* of bit legs. I'ievioutly to hi* leaving England be wa« enraged to young lady, to whom wao tenderly attached. Keeling acutely, hit return, that wa» a mere wreck, lie sent friend to the lady, informing her bit mutilated condition, and

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Cumberland & Westmorland Herald

Cumberland & Westmorland Herald Cumberland, England

11 Aug 1900

moot chivalrous motives, the mere his mad critics os the other dee et die Rooms be- keyed their resesiki When Mr. down the Ifikaterialida thought everythiss was over, I as* GM their Muses Irma. But up *Med Yr. frem his corny' I met as Ws easand b below

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

28 Mar 1900

• karst nor'ra•thnq to his adsontage.' Ilona repeatrd the publication of the notice without enact. lle began to de•pn.r, inakiug up his wind that the clerk h.rd cu•igrated or that the one or bath, were dead. tie was thug in hi, room one morning, sulkily

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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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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

17 Jun 1898

A story of Mr. Gladstone and his great political rival is told by a oorrespondent of the Jewish. Chrome* on the authority of member of Kr. Gladatose's fatally. When Mr. Herbert Gladstone was young, the I=l rivalry between Mr. Gladdens and Mr.i was at its

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Penrith Observer

Penrith Observer Cumberland, England

5 Jan 1915

the chancel. So the clergy man held out his hand, shook hands with the bride. and then held oot his hand to the bride groom. The latter had his fist deep in his trouser pocket, and as the minister stood with his band out he said somewhat impatiently, and

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

11 May 1888

husband, Mr. Sendai, Mr. Toole, Mien Dorothy Ilene and her rioter, Mrs. Arthur Lewis (Kate Terry), and the son and daughter of Mr. Wilson Barrett were in the throng, the latter deemed in deep motor g for their mother, who died last June. Mrs. Bancroft'

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Maryport Advertiser

Maryport Advertiser Cumberland, England

28 Apr 1900

warden, Mr. H. H, James. The Vicar said that Mr. James had done his duty in a most satisfactort- manner. as long he had known him. and he was sorry to lose him.—Mr. James said that he was getting up in years, and he felt that he was unable to do his duty

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