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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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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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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

17 Nov 1908

led. and his hears how kr moped be his people. leery host workbag Therms his pertiesler he, his ore el in Deere wild, We , • alined toessopsertioncf porters Me hes the Ls phonon slid' ends lasies, ad hes bees is hie of the Mob setae. Übe his fader. he

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

31 Jul 1885

the chit. dyer, to whom he made presents, Visiting Woafitift led to his retirement from practice sail his permanent residence there mince. Besides deed. to suede four will., excluding his family In all. On ioquteition lost opting he was found to be • leo•tic

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Maryport Advertiser

Maryport Advertiser Cumberland, England

23 Jan 1904

Act referring to the acme.—Mr. Fletcher moved. and Mr. L'iston .econded. that the matter be left in the hands of the Clerk. to see the adjoidng landowners ramming the matter. TREASIIRF.R'S BOND. Mr. Fletche r moved, and Mr. Linton seconded, that the

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Maryport Advertiser

Maryport Advertiser Cumberland, England

24 Sep 1898

beautiful. Her mother, Mrs. Cornwallis West, was a famous Society beauty, and is still a great favourite in London society. Much sympathy is felt for Lady Halle, in the loss of her son, Mr. Norman Neruda, who last week met his death on a peak in the Austrian

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

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

24 Jan 1792

Wol&aflwia, Mits Wouler, of ihc fame plan.—At Skclloo, Mr. John Lanesfrr, ul Skrltoa Wood Foot, to Mitt Ann Gtiuiial, —At Mr. Thoout Bell.nf Hrfkn, to Milt Hinaab Wricht, of Csaietownby, —AI CarliOe, Mr. John Grabsai, So Mitt Mary Uolidiy, that flan. ■a —SHatfe*

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Workington Star

Workington Star Cumberland, England

28 Jun 1907

glad that Mr. Bleasdale had put an end to the fabrication. Mr. Laird said he was present at the dinner table when the gentleman made the statement, and both Mr. Ross and himself told him it was wrong. The chairman said they were much indebted to Mr. Biesadale

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Cumberland & Westmorland Herald

Cumberland & Westmorland Herald Cumberland, England

14 May 1910

Olrirrg n. ' Mr. Salter. bat • bob from no charm. wan it • mom lady who would good 201101111011. You may have rid ea . oat of ha.. that I now eall lltat gentlemen Jiro - a heard you, admitted Roan. 'Ms enntvatslations b Mr. Jim.* -Y..Palter is his suns.

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

14 Jan 1887

kin to reit by Ike beam The of the Om, we taut the he kept to Med lame Joe eight eoleedder NISI MIMS COUR. (Ars Mr. 'woke H. &) His took his ma yesissJay M EXIST Lm C*v. that then two arm mired without la pororras Is the liol. sod oohed why day wow Hr

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English Lakes Visitor

English Lakes Visitor Cumberland, England

5 Jul 1884

pieces presented for representation were The Mystery of Audley Court and 'The Wandering Minstrel Mrs. J. Bangs, Mrs. Clayton, Mr. Norminton, and Mr. E. Clayton were amongst the most successful impersonators. Tins Cvetx Dtuccrottv, by Charles Spencer

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Whitehaven News

Whitehaven News Cumberland, England

9 Oct 1862

six years. was found •f the crew were killed six others drtaifully dead in his house with his head cut open. A quanmutilated. titv of his property was stolen. A few days ago, Mr. 11. Wills, station-master af , At Instow, near Bidcford, the son Hr. Ta»ck

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Maryport Advertiser

Maryport Advertiser Cumberland, England

16 Feb 1901

wh ich with all his might-full of fresh interest in hours of keen frost. Mr. Stirling allowed no the work-whatever it may be. There is obstacles to stand in his way w h en once h e about him nothing of the man, so common made up his mind to tackle this

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Carlisle Express and Examiner

Carlisle Express and Examiner Cumberland, England

28 Jan 1893

epistle be wiped from his irsisd nilfitte ItorsT brow the drops of moisture which, in spite of hi- R. SOOTTS PILLS hardihood, wsro standing cold and clammy there. , Core ladfaedSoe and wire fa srss something new to him to have his action. SOOTTH PILLS

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

17 Feb 1885

derived from the spteehes of Mr. Chamberlain, who announced the new departure opoo the priLeiple that every man win born by Dattecel right to a share of the land of Me country, They laird Mr. Chamberlain &waisted with Mr. Hyndniau nod 11r. George, Kr

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Workington Star

Workington Star Cumberland, England

6 Jun 1902

of his statements. MR. CHAMBERLAIN AND LOCAL LIBERAL UNIONISTS. The following is a copy of the reply *bid has been received by Mr. John H. FaKtits the hon. secretary of the Cockermouth Dick's Liberal Unionist Association, to the aches voted to Mr. Chamberlain

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

19 Jul 1898

OBITUARY NOTICES. NIS. LTNN LINTON. W that Mr.. Lynn Linke, lb. autherms, died on handy at Qu Se. James's Park, Loudon, whore' hem staying Go a visit to a friend for the plot couple of months. Mrs. Liston' was tikes ill with pleurisy about Mn months,

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

18 Dec 1895

known as Mr Stephen Macduff. So she merely replied that the laird had gone to Leith. ' I do not mean the laird, but his brother, Stephen' said Mrs Macduff. 'An' t hat's the laird's name,' said Laurie,who came to the door at that moment. --' pad his brother

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

24 Dec 1895

followed the laird into the diuiug-room. It was an exceedingly bitter pill that Munro compelled the laird to swallow, tut such tear as the laird felt was a potent factor in overcoming his reluctance to part with money, and Munro had pocketed the laird's cheque

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

1 May 1909

was dead, another, Mr Davison P left them. But all the other cur= had had were Vicars now, swept Jardine, and he would be on W Mr Hartley, of Whitehaven, etas bb ar l curate, Mr Stephen his second, Kennedy, Wythop, his third, Mr J his fourth. Yxcipt

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