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Millom Gazette

Millom Gazette Cumberland, England

28 Sep 1906

the various decorations were: Mrs. Fatrar, Miss Vaughan, the Misses Stanov, Miss Mills, Miss Dixon, Mrs. Crump, Mi - ss Howarth, the Misses Maddern, Mr. and Ilre. Harris, Miss Harting, Miss Oglethorpe, Mr. A. Spencer, and Mr. f. Mandell. The collections

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Maryport Advertiser

Maryport Advertiser Cumberland, England

30 Jul 1904

platform by Mr. Andrew Sharp, Mr. Jas. tion, said he had gone very carefully have s filled high positions in the United Flynn, Mr. Whitfield (Bristol), Mr. J. into the royalty rents and railways S A Olean) that Mine True—Even the most Baker, Mr. G. Beadle

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

13 Jan 1893

110%. I —The time is scar when Mr. Gladstone must iecom• mend to toe Queen one et to fill the highest olt e, moot to his owe. midge the Crowe—that of Her Majesty's Tammy sad (forefoot-General of India. The moles of laird Rap and Lord Cromer have been mentioned

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

24 Mar 1893

conviction, used to say to his friends, when presenting his baby daughter, Look at her well, for some day she will be Queen of England • and so it has proved. It may also be rememb ered that the Duke of Kent is supposed to have lost his life in consequence

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

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

3 May 1870

-k Minister London called upon laird Clarendon. Mr Bmila*-Arrm ni tlwt power of par*lon vi'Hte*! I>y the Constitution in the Kiuu f (Jreer.* « \- ti only i>oliticnl offoncet*, ami that the King roukl not interpoae his authority to relieve arsons from

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

31 May 1907

ag new, icactuil Pet odid of hi. , drain, as no his will living diseo•Lrel it cone ar • weat both to Ili. I.odz , sol to his own rotativr* to lords that he Not he.jueathed the hulk of his ;attune to the lady he hod *curette loved. It is stated that too

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Cumberland & Westmorland Herald

Cumberland & Westmorland Herald Cumberland, England

18 Sep 1886

A LADY CHARGED WITH DRUNKENNESS. At the Westminster Police-court on Friday, Mrs. Harriet Jane Barstow, of Hope-terrace, Mayfair, and West Wittering, near Chichester, was charged before Mr. Partridge with being drunk at the Victoria Station of the London

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

9 Mar 1906

fulled Or Mr. I.thOstotte at Wit on Wodtkotrlay for El 5. At the ramt , Palo a sloth' stattol to bra Strasliwtriun it ti.no by Ludwig Straw; Intoned 1:350. Mr. Cm,lilt, who owneit Litt, violin, otid to have mid 1:300 for it thirty yrArti ago. Mr . 1611 (the

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

15 May 1896

mean,. Mr. J. M. Barrie was there with his wife. He looked very frail after his recent illness. It was piteous to see the tall, elegant figure of Lady Cohn Campbell bent almost double with rheumatism, necessitating the use of two sticks. Lady Colin—who

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

6 Jun 1873

the Lady Cecily Hatton, wife of Christopher. Lord other the following year, wt re of surticient niagin- Hatton, the governor there, and with her the old Lady be noted in the diary. Of the first we read, .* there Dowager Hatton, and many of his officers

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English Lakes Visitor

English Lakes Visitor Cumberland, England

2 Feb 1895

man who will spend his last penny on the first beggar of his own complexion that lie sees reflected from the bottom of a pewter mug. Mrs. Dobbs (to Dobbs, who has begun reading aloud): Why don't you go on? It's a splendid tale. Mr. Dobbs: Well, I just

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

16 Feb 1861

satisfied that would greatly reduce the expense. Mr. Bovillb regretted the bill was fragmentary, as did not consolidate the whole law of Bankruptcy After few words from Mr. Joseph Ewart, Mr. Lysley, and Mr. Hsdficld. The Arronyar said that Ihe experience

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

1 Mar 1889

trying to mall his mother, Moo Scutt, who waren bents.. Bliss Yorke persona, were the only iadoura proeura Isle in alpaco. ie well known and admired in society. Her mother Velveteen is liar m o at suitable combination. This rioter of Mr. Graham, the well-known

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English Lakes Visitor

English Lakes Visitor Cumberland, England

31 Mar 1888

among her Majesty's subjis ts. It was signed by Mr. J. Redmoud, R.M., and espies were served on various members of the National League at Youghal. Mr. O'Brien, mcompani d by Mr. Condon, Mr. Crilly, and Mr. J. Flynn, member,' of Parliament, and the Mayor

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

22 Sep 1849

house of her non-in-law, Mr, I.nnpmiry. Tangier-street, Whitehaven. Mrs. Abigail Coolthard, relict of the late Mr. William C'oulthard, in the With year of her age. At Cockcrmooth. on .Sunday the 16th inst., Mrs. Thrclkeld, wife of Mr. 'Hirelkeld, tanner,

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

10 Sep 1831

Imliiie, Mr. Kohl. Bmlev. lli< oi liie ; In- ilealh was I'.n k jaw. from li.iuiiii his liaml ernslietl wiiile woikiii” a mill a few ,la>s |irevions. Sinee lasi, Mrs. Iliidi'e-.Hlieel, aitol H'i ; Mrs. Jane llam-ifle. ;if ; Jo.. Mil “late, Woikhouse, Mrs. Mar-jaiei

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

3 Sep 1825

shire. Causkwav-mouss Backs—Tlmss races were well miuf—isa. Mr. fam's br. popsy, Ciilbnmbis, the 5 I Mr. | llarpees b. amrr. the £« Mr. BslTsbi at. themddk ; Mr. Tbempesa's peaty the beat bridle. Mr. carried mf the first wraiiliaa arias, AmMtroag came eeeend«

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

20 Jan 1838

observed Mr. Forbes «t Callander. M.l .. Mr. Campbell of Blvthswood, Prineipal Maetarlan, Ke». Dr. Fleming, Mr. Cordon of Aikenhead, Rev. Janies Smith »f Catheart. Bailie Campbell, ; and at the lower end of the hull were seated Mr. J. C. Douglas, Mr D Douglas

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

22 Mar 1851

Wolverhampton has distinctly admitted that his estimate of the effect of his alteration of the cornlaws would lower the price of corn much more than Mr. contemplated in the estimate 1 mentioned the House. Mr. estimated as lowering the price to 455. per

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

11 Jun 1859

give his services to his party. (L »u I cheers.) Th* toast was drank with “three times three.’* Mr. Rawso.v next presente himself to the and was received with much cheering. He said tint before referring the to.ist which had been committed to his charge

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