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  • County: Denbighshire, Wales
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

2 Apr 1892

book was received ; Mrs Laird, whose name wae signed on the cheque ; Detective-Sergeant Gallagher, and other witnesses, to substantiate this statement. Mrs Laird, cross-examined Mr J E Bankes, who appeared fur the defence, laid it was true that a quantity

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

18 Nov 1899

minister to young lady,daughter tlie neighbouring laird. It was the custom in this and in other Scotoit parishes for the minister to how to the laird'« |iew before beginning his discourse. On one occasion the contained a bevy of ladies, and (lie minister

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Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser

Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

6 Aug 1870

company ;—Mr., Mrs., and Miss Butler Lloyd, Mr. Edward Williams, Mr. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Potts, Rev. G. Salisbury, Mr. G. IE Crump, Mr., 'ANS:, Misses, Mr. Henry and Mr. It. 'Provos Roper, Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Mir. and

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Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser

Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

3 Aug 1872

A thorough Liverpool savago—Michael Connell, dock labourer —went home from work week ago, and, finding his wife liqnor, left and gut drunk. On his return he brutally kicked the woman because refused to give him some money, and she died from rupture of

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

7 Jan 1888

MARVELLOUS ESCAPE. A Dutchman was relating his marvellous 0111 from drowning, when thirteen of his compel were lost by the upsetting of a boat and he saved. And how did you escape their fate! &Mimi of his hearers. I tai not go lo the pots, was the

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Type: Illustrated
Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

10 Oct 1885

Having nn son to perpetuate his name, he chooses the form of nobility that will enable his daughter to hold on to the title anti lime Male descendant succeeds to it. Wolseley probably the honour on his own account, but his evidently tratelled further

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

30 Oct 1886

and daring his whole official career he has managed his own extensive landed property in Gloucesteashiru and Wiltshire, and as the best way to asoertain the popularity or otherwise of a landlord is to visit his estates mid call upon his tenantry, those

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Type: Illustrated
Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

26 Aug 1899

from hi* affianced bride had been pat in hi* hands, Mimmonin him private conference with her at the Hall before they should proceed the church. Surftrised and filled with vague his ordship lost no time in obeying the behest. And it was really his carriage

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Type: Illustrated
Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

21 Nov 1885

mewed stay taw, and as pet before his rano firm fe bend, anecdotal lastamof a most satartaksksi sort. many a pleads( eola his doh store of mild seneories. saw books for juveniles, therefore. lir will be as eons as Mr. Estrin= Weir's work deist published

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

7 Feb 1891

before the Mayor (Mr. A. Pilling) and other magistrates, James Tinslry, a gasworks stitniiieiied his w ife, Mary A. Tinsley, for using threats to him the *J3rd ult., and Tinsley was rnarged with assaulting his wife at the same and plaee. Mr. A. Jones apjwared

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Wrexham Advertiser

Wrexham Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

10 Mar 1860

left but to summon him. Mr Daniel Janet; I waald not summon tradesman (laughter.) Mr Beale alto took the tame view. Mr W. Rowland explained that the drain in question run into a drain in Mr Heywood's yard and through that into his (Mr Rowland's] yard, and

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

11 May 1889

will be Meek& Mr II Wood. Ile HItY Newt, libeeetwidge I ban Inas year AalmaGeoe flf Abe het tea days. sod tan set had a *had Man dna Mr It • Oneby, West Ti.. Oettage, Ham. Conked. 1 ma gted to say I dad gnat Mid tram Wise oat Antos Core. Mr B Az.* )teat

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Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser

Wrexham Guardian and Denbighshire and Flintshire Advertiser Denbighshire, Wales

28 May 1870

SL (NO EXPLAINED.— King Arthur and his pah would hardly sound respectful, certainly not romantic; and yet the expression, when examined, turns out to be nothing worse than an abbreviation of King Arthur and his paladins. THE HAIR AND THE. H The chignon

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Denbighshire Free Press

Denbighshire Free Press Denbighshire, Wales

12 Nov 1887

Evan Williams, and Jae Palm. a id M. Ms, maw charged b 7 Thome Anvil, boom to Mr. lisofor being on load ore whisti N&Alolilit Ohs et shooting, in Midi of pi* sa Ostelsor 1 Mr. Bell Peeseemblis and lir. Mot Ihold iristArl: lined 10a. sub mad costs. T7dd7l

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Type: Illustrated