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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

8 Sep 1900

AND DERBYSHIRE WEEK BY WEEK. There* Lady Shrewehury. who i* *1 Eglmtoo CufUu, fc out JI well, laird Bigot, a laird to the Queen, h* BUthfield. Kugetoy, from London Memn Wiotorton and Son. will sell A.CXO hbroiebire gt-ep Lichfield, Thurwtoy. September

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Buxton Herald

Buxton Herald Derbyshire, England

20 Jul 1887

and Mrs Appleion Mrs Lincoln Jones Mrs and Liverpool Mr? Fello=. Mr Shaw Miss Clark and Mrs London Mrs 12 Cottier and Mrs Isle of Wilkinson Mr and Mrs York Long Eaton Orchard Mrs do Orchard Master J do Orchard Maator L end View article

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

30 May 1868

W>lb Kenyon 8 Mr. Hodsman's Paul Jones, hst 10lb Parry Mr Headman'*Oliov,M 101 b Clement Sir J. Hawley's Green Sleeve, *Mr. Chaplin's St. Bonan, Jeffery Marquis of Hastiners' Lady Elisabeth,

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

6 May 1921

’* laird Rchard in the Pantry ’* the comedy adapted from Martin Swayue* famous novel, which has enjoyed Bitch long run at f riterion Theatre, and Btill playing to enthusiastic audiences, will pay a visit to the Grand Theatre, Derby, next week. Mr. Tho*

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

12 Jul 1848

adjourned debate on Mr. Hi ml's motion for a sweeping reform of the national representation, was brought to a close Thursday . The motion was rejected by the very large majority of .Til to M. Ministers and their adherents opposed Mr. Hi Mt‘» project, almost

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

11 Sep 1903

Mn Binns, Mr Ueory Uoodry. »R»*KPITI* Vartodlcals. taaenziree. Ac., from Tlollaod. Mr* Mia i- Mm Hay t iwo k* for Medical Library from Mr J A •‘mithomi fnut, flowem. and eggi f'om Ht Lnka'a Chuu-b ; from th« Lady C.eva; old limi• from Mr* I'ovna; vegetables

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

24 Apr 1925

DEATH OF SISTERS. LADY FREDERICK CAVENDISH AND MRS. TALBOT. Krvdfrirk ('.ivi'i(il>>li. billow «.l lA»rmr «»i ii.* li*

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Long Eaton Advertiser

Long Eaton Advertiser Derbyshire, England

28 Oct 1893

The chair was token by Mr. IL H. Smith, of Langley Mill, and on She tastferin with him and Sir W. FoJter, M.P., were Mrs. H. H. Smith, the Hon. F. Strutt, Mr. W. E. Harvey (Cheoerfiehl), DL. W. P. itembridge, C.C. (Ripley), Mr. W. Hardy (Coduor), Messrs

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

1 Apr 1854

refuse his assent to it from his experience of the evils attending the landing of enormous numbers of Irish paupers on the shores of this country. He was convinced that such a course would raise an opposition to the measure throughout the country. Mr. I’acke

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

24 Apr 1909

nt gas li at, pluu .r letters the hot flame. Hi* hand was burnt ' when withdrew it—but the 1-' royed. “ You dog.” ■'d, il«ng dog. on yonr knee-.” Vd towards his wife, ** and c- - 1.-ather.” Hat Lady Heather iir. feint ! (To be Continued.) “He threatened

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

21 Nov 1894

Cheshire hunting field. While following the South Cheshire hounds, Mr, Laird's horse stumbled and fell. He was pitched off with such violence that his collar bone was fractured. Mr. Laird was taken to Tarporley, where he received medical attention, and was

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

9 Nov 1892

valley brooches carried out in pearls, MR. PATRICK EGAN AND BRITISH CITIZENSHIP. Mr. Egan, presiding at a meeting of 3,000 Irish Reveb- licans at the Cooper Union, Neow York, referred bitterly to th, attacks male upon his conduct ef affairs in Chili while

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

9 May 1935

STAKES of soys. each with 1,250 soys. added. About one mile and a quarter. HIS REVERENCE (Mr G F Annesley) 8-3. Donoghue 1 GUINEA GAP (Lady Nuttall) 4 8-0 T Weston 2 YOUNG NATIVE (Mr A Heath) 8-8, Gdn Richards Eight runners ALSO RAN: Tariff (W Nevett), Millrock

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

4 Mar 1930

LIGHT (Mr Renton) Renton a 11 6 XMAS MORN (Mr Rose) Rose a 11 6 INSPIRED (Mr Greenwood) Renton 4 11 4 FLYING FLAG (Sir L Parkinson), G Armstrong 5 11 1 HIS EXCELLENCY (Mr Lister), B&rkGr 3» STRIP AN ATIT (Mr Picken) J Scott 4 11 0 GHILLIE (Mr J Porter)

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Ripley and Heanor News and Ilkeston Division Free Press

Ripley and Heanor News and Ilkeston Division Free Press Derbyshire, England

22 Jul 1921

Widow, Mr and tiro Gee. Welton. (fathcr and nether), Hr. sad Mrs. J. &Abbe ifmlor sad aotherdadawl. Mr. Freak Mello, r i Mr. sad Mrs. J. G. Metcalf 111 r. sad Mrs. A. Perry. Mr. and Mr. II P. Sweet, Min M. Welters sad Mr. t; Macon ilia.. Mr. sad Mrs. D.

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

6 Apr 1849

told the new one . pi,,. , , ; was also supported Mr. ir . 'r. . |lri . tia|lit thought it right to say, and said it :b. very e.reful i.-.t to make mistake, obsertmg p, Mr- j„ „ uConnell, Mr. (.r..gan, Mr. ktueere delerence, that knew a majority those tint

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

30 Oct 1844

marriage.' Wed ?? informed that hie delayed to declare his convictions'-until-he got his affafirs arranged. Without presumning to say ls~w we should have acted under similar circumstances, we must admit that Mr. B~urke's ?? was not; in thintaessrigt forward as'it

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Buxton Advertiser

Buxton Advertiser Derbyshire, England

29 Jun 1861

Beware of Treason.—One of the Jameses having intimated (hat he would honour Somerville with his company at his castle, the baron dispatched a missive to bis lady, with the significant postscript, Speates and Raxes! implying that spits and ranges were to

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Buxton Herald

Buxton Herald Derbyshire, England

17 Oct 1888

through his heart, inflicting a wound. What do you need ?” asked the employer bis striking journeymen bakers. M We knead bread,* they howled, and the great man acquiesced in (Mr demands. Ladt of the bouse (archly) : husband's not at home, Mr. Goodenough

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

8 Feb 1929

derives his name from the fact that his first and foremost devotees were natives of the Isle of Skye. GREAT RIVALRY. It was there that Lord Macdonald of Armadale had his famous kennels, and great was the rivalry between Lord Mac and the Laird of W 7 aternish

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