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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

7 Oct 1854

Giakhians Present: Mr. Francis Hurst (rlisimiaui, Mr. Jiihn chairman), Mr. Uharies Wall. Mr Richard Parker, Mr. Stephen Holmes, Mr. Richard Al“|’P, Mr. Charles Rotherham. Mr. Samuel Lancaster, Mr. John Hill, Mr. John Walker, Mr. John Lee. Amount of T

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

23 May 1919

Return New Chairman of M.R. Company Earl of Harrington’s Hunt # Agricultural Wages II Reminiscences of’Past Years Thb Lath Mbs. Hamilton .a Cycling and Motor Notes laird Cubzon and Ex-Kaiser's Trial 3 Tractor Notes IJ Derby Ladies’ Column * Weekly Ag

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

24 Nov 1923

platform Mr. and Mrs Griggs. Mrs. Meade Wald, Mr. A. Macbeth. Mr. W. Dawson, Misaas Fritchley, Mr. G. J. Ogdon. Mr. W. >V. Marsden, Mr. Edward Moore. Mr. Isaac Walker. .Mr. A. A. Turner, Mr, Chadwick, Mr George Matkin,

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

7 Dec 1918

affairs. laird Kerry, the Torv candidate for and if Clster likes join the family party West Derbyshire, and Uartinglon, all well and good. Those Fussy Doctors. Lady Rhondda the daughter of the late Food Controller, had promises! to speak for Mr. Stanley

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

19 Jun 1915

which roars laughter, but is eventually landed.” Mr. Hawtrey, who is the son of the Rev. John Hawtrey, an Eton master, made his first appearance at the old Prince of Wales’ Theatre. Tottenham-street. Amongst his most successful productions have been The Private

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

18 Jun 1915

roars laughter, but he is eventually landed.” Mr. Hawtrey, who is the son of th© Rev. John Hawtrey, an Eton master, made his first appearance the old Prince of Wales’ Theatre. Tottenham-street. Amongst his most successful productions have been Th© Private

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

12 May 1939

Wightman. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wightman. Mr. and Mrs. L Wightman, Mrs. Wightman. Mr. V. Wightman. Mr. and Mrs J. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. W. Curtis. Mrs. Hobson and Mrs Laws. Bearers were Messrs Ison. E. Gee. J. Gladwin. K Todd.

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

31 Aug 1912

solici Ingham (Sheffield), Mr rt Registrar, Sheffield) )ld Hall, BakeweU, Mr Ifotd, Mr. 8. Buck nil! lor, Mr. T. Allsop, Mr rood, Mr. A. G. Taylor }. Frost, Mr. S. Orme J. Bowmar, etc. Tin ington, Mr. Steele, Mr Mr. H. Smith, Mr. W View article

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

26 Nov 1910

Gratsmoor Collieries, and who Saturday received gifts from his fellow members the Enginemen’s and Firemen’s Union, leaving take up work at Bolsoverr MR. AND MBS. TYERS, STANTON LADY'S DEATH. THE LATE MRS. ANN TWYFORD, of in th*-Peak, who»o deith record thi«

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Ripley and Heanor News and Ilkeston Division Free Press

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

19 Jan 1923

(Sheffield); Mr. and Mrs. United Methodist Church.—tha &tut- Newbold brerdmilatel: Mr. tad Mrs. Brava day and Sunday last the annual effort in (Radon): Mr. sad Mrs. C. Newbold: Mr. aid of Home and Foreign Miesione was and Mrs. J. Whyld; Mn. Blythe and Mrs. bold

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

10 Aug 1872

bath would pay. _ Mr. Robinson : Perhaps the and Water Company would supply us with water at a cheap rate. The Mato i : No doubt they will treat you with their accustomed liberality. (Laughter.) the motioa Mr. Docola*, seconded by Mr. Boor, the report

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

29 Jan 1912

MR. CARNEGIE'S MISTAKE. Mr. Carnegie, who was invited to Mr. id's on Tuesday night to meet the Duke and Duchess Connaught, failed recognise her Royal Highness when later in the evening she approached him. ' Oh, Mr. Carnegie, said the Duchess, I want

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Buxton Herald

Buxton Herald Derbyshire, England

9 Sep 1869

Resting Mr. Broom Villa, Stone Knox Mr, Dfblin Walks Mr. Coleraine, Ireland Mamey Mr, Newcastle Armiuge Mr, Wreton Mr, Derby Wealon Mrs, do Waalun Master, do Bryant Mr. Uuniiogton Bryaot Mrs, do Wyie Mr, Manchester ('lark Mrs. Guile Baiusey View article

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

17 Dec 1943

mourners were; Mrs. E. Ward Mr. and Mrs. H. Stevenson, Mr. G. Warren. Mr. Jack Ward, Mr. and Mrs. C. Stevenson. Mrs. M. Hobson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stevenson, Mrs. S. Gent, Mrs. Prime. Mr. and

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

22 Feb 1883

of the May. Mr T. Graham's bk d Glenlivet, by Highlander — Reckless Kate, beat Mr D. J. Paterson's, Mr T. 11'.4 w Wightman, by Mutineer—Janet. Mr W. D. Deighton (Mr W. Reilly) bk b Snowflight, Bothal Park—Curiosity, beat Mr T. Brocklebank (Mr R. Dunn's)

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

28 Sep 1892

unique as his boat, which he had designed, and the machinery of which had been l artly built by his own hands. His head was equare, his figure ath eti.-; his Peye beamsd with inteligence, and tole style of his boating rig was irreproachable. Every lady, eecretly

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

21 May 1884

Byron. His larger works, as a whole, are, we should say, certain to be forgotten, whilst a large proportion of his sonnets and his shorter lyrics, together with his inspired passages of a few lines' length, are just as certain to be remembered. On his sonnets

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

30 Jun 1900

addressed the laird. This—ah—Mr Ogiivie, is the young man of whr.im told you, be said. The laird also rose a.nd took step nearer to Murray. Who had stopped and was regarding him with steady eyes. Between the Laird of Auehinearn and his son the resemblance

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

9 Aug 1854

Meyncll. Mr. Heavy F..ljrc. Red. Sultana. Turner; 2. Mrs. Hoyle, Mr. C. Turner; 3. Mr*. Norman, Mr. I’arkinaon; 4. Mm IxKhnvr, Mr. C. Turner. 3. Mr* Hoyle, V. Turner; l>, Mrs. Hoyle, Mr, (*. Turner ight Kdjfo. Hint I, Mm Koike. Mr. C*. Turner; *2. Mrs Koike

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

10 Jun 1859

present month of May. contains many specific bequests to his children There a most remarkable request in his will—that in his coffin there should deposited some letters which will found in cover with his will; that they should placed upon bis heart, with a

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