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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

24 Nov 1888

Angelo Lamar, who has given His Majesty an account of his long ',Moo or In Shun, an autograph latter for 1 the King of Si..'., In which he thanks at Tutee- 1 tat.Se for his kind treatment of Italian sebjecte dwelling within his dominions. A telegram from

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

20 Oct 1900

(C.lrigki.) HIS GRACE. LT MRS. C. N. WILLIAMSON, Anthnr ot The. Bnrn Stnrener.. The W.msn in Grey, I..rttine's Sport, The limes by the I.Ark, A Ilan From the Dark. Lady Mary d the Durk Hottee,• Ilwr Royal Highness,' tic. SYNOPSIS OF ritEA

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North Wales Times

North Wales Times Denbighshire, Wales

19 Sep 1896

Holland (president of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce), Mr. William Laird, Mr. John Laird, Mr. John M. Laird, and large party of guests representing Irish Commercial interests. Lady Cadogan having given the vessel the customary baptism of champagne,

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Wrexham Advertiser

Wrexham Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

10 Nov 1900

the housemaid — Jane. t. >c Mrs. Smith's boxes to her room, and then have so. c tea j prepared fcr her. You will find : .-• hi the dining- room when you are ready — dear. Mrs. Smith started as the innocent word escaped his lips, ?? John paid no heed

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Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser

Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

12 Feb 1870

Algernon Egerton, M.P., the Hon. Wilbraham Egerton, M.P., Sir Watkiu Williams Wynn, M.l'., Mr. Ormsby Gore, M.P., Mr. Cunliffe Brooks, M.P., Mr. Haiku', M.P., and Mr. Laird, M.P. Lord Edwin Hill Trevor, M.P., and the Right Hon G. Wilson Patten, M.P., were prevented

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Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser

Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

6 Jul 1872

may now obteined by ladies on certain cooditiona. A student at Syracuse, New Toth, has double voice, and sings two pests of a at the same time. The effect his singing is aeid wonderful.—PtilnrirfrAso Here has resigned the Bristol on his succession to the

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

29 Apr 1899

rtranger little for you, Mra. J. me. introduce Mr. Wiggina, whom I hare per•uaded to take hie chance and pot-luck with u». I hope you wont •tarre him, eh, ny lore ? .. . Mrs. Jones (curteaying); There a“° that, Mr. Wiggina—l got huehande telegram in time

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Wrexham Advertiser

Wrexham Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

14 Oct 1899

inter- esting photographs. Amongst the most recent are Mr and Mrs. Beerbohm Tree, and the whole family of Irving from Sir Henry down to the fine, robust, little fellow two years old, the son of Mr. Henry Irving and grandson of Sir Henry, in the arms of

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

23 Jun 1888

day he missed his footleg and fell into • ore.' and be might have bees there until sow oily that • good Samaritan heard his pitiful prayer. That his prayer was a most solemn one—and well it might—became the worthy shoemaker was epic his seek is mud

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Wrexham Advertiser

Wrexham Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

28 Sep 1861

nearly farewell to his Royal Prince A.fred. About nine o'clock his Woo-hip tae Mayor (S. Graves, B=q.) paid his inspects te the Prince, arriving at the hotel in his private carnage, drawn by two horses, and breakfasted with the Prince, his request A few minutes

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Wrexham Advertiser

Wrexham Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

25 Aug 1877

Ut see Mr Glads'one again ! at the h-*d of ihe G >vernmeut, a vote of thank- | to Mr Gladstone for bis kindness on the oceasioi , j «nd his past ervice. The proposition was seconded by Mr Snape, of ' Over Darwen, and carried with load cheers. Mr Gladstone

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Wrexham Advertiser

Wrexham Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

14 Sep 1861

washed up. Murder and in Lanarkshire. Mr. William Simpson, ooalmaster, Larkhall, proceeded Airdrie Thursday, for purpose of drawing fome money from tho bank, in order to his men at the colliery. When loft he had in his possession notes. The road which he

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

24 Jul 1886

re with an oath that Mr. Laird was • perjurer. Mr. Laird thereupon struck Mr. Cobbs heavy blow in the face, drawing blood frees his nose and mouth. the two legislators were thus separated by the bystanders. Ma. Joss Witorrox, bailiff to the Earl of Cerium

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Wrexham Advertiser

Wrexham Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

3 Dec 1859

recommended it. Mr Rogers stack to his former professions, thodwh they differed with his present actions. Mr Evans took upon himself to censure the whole council for indulging in party spirit. Had such a, reproof come from his neighbour, Mr \V. Rowland,

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Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser

Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

23 Oct 1869

Walls Mr. Jas. S., Mr. R. F. L., and Mr. Sydney Knowles Muspratt, Flint Capt. and Mr. Joseph Miller, Folliott House Mr. Thomas Maxwell, Liverpool Mr. Moore, 4th King's Own Mr. and Mrs McKenzie Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Milner, Moore, Warrington Mr. and View article

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Wrexham Advertiser

Wrexham Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

31 Jan 1874

supported by Mr and Mis Wat hin Williams, Dr. and Mrs Davies, Mr T. K. and Mrs Minshall, Mr, Mrs, and Miss Shtrrat-, Mr W. H. Darby, Mr John Jones, Mr T. C. Jonas, Mr W . Low, Mr Pilkiugton, Mr J. H. Rawlins, View article

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

7 Sep 1912

MR. COLERIDGE-TAYLOR. Mr. Samuel Coloridge.Tg!lor. the wen. eo tw it,,r, jet' on Sotlida' el ening, at hi. ret.Olenre at Thornton heath. from acute pneumonia. R. death of Mr. l'oloridge-Talur. at thr cart iti,;‘• or •Sei Pll. Enijltlnd It* 0311 UI) of

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

8 Dec 1906

at all. He had once played the Laird in Trilby,' but that was in happier days, before his thirst had become chronic. Now, the hieland costume furnished by the clothing company was the only suit he pooiseesed. His inclination to give it up was, therefore

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Wrexham Advertiser

Wrexham Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

24 Oct 1857

lie believed a large majority of the of Oldham were in favour of the return Mr. Fox. (Loud applause). Mr. Thomas Yates seconded I the nomination, and expressed his belief that Mr. political sentiments were in unison with those of the mi- jority of electors

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

1 Jan 1898

n\« * obtAinetl Mr. lieru. Sutioner, ntu-niuoii. hI .10 u'cl<*. k anull» •'Lkbli>him-nis ~f M.»i- lU. vv a n • v i at Uaura>l and Coed. . Mr. C Aldrich. St it.nn. r Mr 1 North and South Wales rrmter. Mr. A ti Hank and

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