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  • County: Derbyshire, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849

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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

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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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

2 Jul 1842

gel the hit out of his mouth and the hlufts off before was eaught. Mr. liceley, .of Palter ton, kindly conveyed Mr. Turner home. Mr jANCowsKh—We perceive by advertisement, that this very successful practitioner is obliged to prolong his stay still further

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

17 Oct 1846

Y.C. -Mr. Shelley's Broad suord,ren iM d li:it limuSirW . M . M vmi's I>\ (iladialor, Match, 300, lilt. A . M.—Mr. Merton's Idas reived from Mr. Merton'' \s voti-like it. Mate! 100, h Y.< . Mr. W. li. Johnstone's Blind II!.' received from Mr. Clifton's

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

2 Aug 1848

two pine apples, Mr. Pryden. Beet four bunchea grapes. Mr. Hopewell. Be*l or nectarine*. Mr bom as Cooling. Best dish apnroU, Mr. Cowl*#, gardener to Sir Hubert Bart. Hc*l dish alrawberrie*. Mr. E. Cooling. Be*l brace of cucumber*. Mr Jackson. Beat collecttoo

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

16 Oct 1847

and Duchess of Argyll and laird and Lady Blantyre had been staying at Trent ham since (he arrival of the family from Scotland. The Hon. W. and Lady Caroline Lascclles and the Miss Lascelles, Mr. Sandford, Mr. Charles Barry, Mr. Sneyd, and some two or three

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

25 Aug 1848

returned thanks behalf of the Good Samaritan, and Mr. Allen behalf o Stanton Lodge-Songs by Mr. Iltnlfern and Mr. 1. Mr. Whittaker tuxt proposed “The health Mr. l ox, which was responded lo with musical honours.—Mr. fox, in a very humourous speech, returned

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

12 May 1848

ChesterHeld's Lady ildatr Mr. Irwiu's Patriot The each*, with ,he prop, ietors of the (irand Stand, for three years old. subs.) Mr. B. Green's Flalcatcher Lord Caledon's Shyloek .. • • Won bv a bare head. The following also ran :_Mr. Prfley's Mr. Dawson's

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

9 Mar 1844

occupied at that lime in conducting the Gazette, in which his chief aim, according to his own account, was to be ** as innocent and insipid as possibleand it must be owned his success was fully equal to his intentions. Steele hod been for some time a widower

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

17 May 1848

Winner fee »«.. ftc. Duke of Medford’* FleUacta, 4 yr» .. I Mr. Hargreave’* No-go, Syr* . laird Spencer’* !>acis, 3 yr* laird lelt’s Franconl, 8 - . . . . .4 laird Escter’* Hecuba. 3 yi* laird Sandwich'* Cipher, yra - . . . .4 Match 100, h ft. First half

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Buxton Herald

Buxton Herald Derbyshire, England

12 Oct 1843

Lord Harry Vane, M.P., and Mr P ulett Somerset, have joined the circle staying at Rally Castle. laird and Lady Ravensworth. the Hon. miss Liddell, and Lady Rulle have been among the visitors of the noble Duke. Mr. and Mrs Wentworth Beaumont and family

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

11 Aug 1849

or has ever better deserved to be so. His in exhaustible goal spirits and good nature, his lively wit, his generous disposition, and his varied acquirements, make him the favourite companion of his own sex; while his unrivalled personal pretensions render

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

25 Mar 1837

Neither lip of me nor mine comes alter Mr. Murray Broughton’s.’ This was the unhappy man who, after attending Prince Charles Stuart as his secretary throughout the greater part of his expedition, condescended to redeem his own life and fortune bearing evidence

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

26 Nov 1834

? 56 Jinoculated for Cow Pock, 0 9 Appointments for the ensuing Week: e House Visitors-Mr. Richard Brown & Mr. Bakewell. I t; Physician and Surgeon-Dr. Fox and Mr. Wright. i e Increased Annual Subscription from Michaelmas last: e Rev. H. J. Feilden, Kirk

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

17 Mar 1848

stimulate us praise, he expressed his thankfulness for the success which had in many instances crowned his ministry at St. Jude’s. He said testimonies to this effect had been vouchsafed him from time to time. In alluding to his position at that moment, he said

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

22 Dec 1849

whole of his property him gone to brother at Scar- Wd. « hen c< ,„ntr, to The King of Denmark has suffered his w „„ iroops and assist left knee, «W»m a fall in his chamber. He had been able to pay its notes. On 3rd Ma>, . obliged to keep his bed. Act

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

14 Dec 1825

e portion of tI his fortune, and all the energies of his mind for thelest nine or ten years : this institution is in a flourishing condition. Mr. y [d Madison lives about thirty-five miles from Mr. Jefferson, and al le devotes all his. time to farming

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

27 Sep 1820

) 4 miles. n Sii WN. Luanley's cli h Fnoitilsusi aged . 1 U If Mr T. S~kcbr hI II Tancredi, by Thunderbolt, bolted, 2 b lIie' Corpiurailoion Plate of j.51. ;vaS won, at two helts, by e i mr l't'lhi'sio'b ns Cottage Girl, beating si). others. I' 'tdiie

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Buxton Herald

Buxton Herald Derbyshire, England

19 Jul 1845

talented lady“ roystseiag. stable head. misehle*oos r-, ri-.li. Air.Wyr.yw—l >, Mr. teerite with the Montreal public. Wshasssridsm, if over, wtenstasd thena boarda stnA sweetness and pigaaacy eomWocd lady-like Keomplishment, aa characterised Mrs. Skarrett

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Type: Illustrated