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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

20 Oct 1785

that his Chief and Lady M'Kinnon, were coming in the Laird's Boat. Prince Charles faid to his trofty Malcolm, «« I am forry for this, but muft make the beft of it— Mr, M'Ki:inon then walked up from the Shore, and did Homage to the Wanderer. His Lady

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

11 Apr 1885

public are eo thoroughly aware of this that South Yorkshire, say rate, tbe collier* on strike are retting little sympatby. Mr. who like Mr. Jamee Has lam. looking forward to the time whew he will bare comfortable seat in PariiaoMnt, views the present crime

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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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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

14 Jan 1860

captain, on receiving note from lady, requesting the pleasure of his company,” understood it as a compliment to those under his command, and marched the whole of them to the lady’s house. Pray, Mr. Lecturer,” asked a lady, what is a paraphrasis?” “Madam

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

4 Jan 1854

story of Mr,. 11.K.k, the wife of gener.lly, h.i»e been almost led to that be. Dr. Hook, whowrolc the Homan History; * being as well,**hc would to, and the day granted them—his lords ild. •• have some real person fit one’s story on.*' Mrs. .j,-,.,*

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

25 Mar 1892

J'.irkrr. laird Koystoa. Hon. R. Ward. Hon. I'. Ward. sir(-«wald Slosli-y. Mr. «J. U. Strutt. Mr. Mr. \. Mr. t .ipUiß Fort. Mr. IV.--k (Siidlmiyt. Mr. . it;. »riill''ii). Mr. upland, t as.ladi OuKdal.-. Mr. K. A. J Majnard. Mr.S. 11. Everidi

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

1 Jul 1930

BILL (Mrs J de Selincourt) Anthony 8 10 SILVER PLAID (Mr Rcnwick 8 10 MALMSEY BUTT (Mr BOOK LOVER (Mrs R Levy) Walls 10 GOLD METER (Mr Hodgson) Gunter 8 10 ELDORADO (Mrs Lambert) Storie 8 10 SILVERTON (Mr Deuchar) Armstrong 8 10 GAY FACE 'Mr B-Irviug)

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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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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

4 Jun 1869

Pretender are Mr. Steel, who nets between £15,000 and £20,000 ; and Mr. Whittaker, of Manchester, who takes about £12,000. Mr. Jardino (the owner of the horse) and his friends win about £lO,OOO among them. The Drummer ran so well in the race that Mr. Graham

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Buxton Advertiser

Buxton Advertiser Derbyshire, England

14 Dec 1861

the guests including his Royal Highness, the Hon. Gen. and Mrs. Bruce, the Master Trinity and Ladv Aflleck, the Vice- Chancellor, the Peblic Orator, the Hon. Rev. Latimer and Mrs. Neville, the Misses Hoßand, Mr. H. J. and Lady Elizabsth Adeane, feasors

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Ripley and Heanor News and Ilkeston Division Free Press

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

30 Dec 1921

Officer. • Mr. °rental! Langtrn--Jester Mr. Randolph Langton—Sailer. Mr. Willie Barber—Sailor (white suit). Mr. F. Y. Severn—Tennis . Mr. T. Moore—Old Bin. Mr. G. Severe—Black and White. Mr. Mr. H. Fowkee—Match. Mr. Wilfred Salt—C.L.B. OMeer. Mr. B. ' ,

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

11 Jul 1931

5 PAS DU TOUT (Mr R Renton) Renton 5 7 5 WICKET (Mr J Gorman) B Jarvis 7 4 MONS MEG (Mr J Gorman) B Davis 7 4 ALVAIN (Mr J Walker) Burns 4 3 NUNTOI (Mr WG Mason) Binnie HARLTHORPE CRY (Mr Huddlestone) Green 4 7 1 QUICK DESPATCH (Mr G Paton) Burns

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

27 Sep 1929

13 HEADACHE (Mr Warner) 0 Anthony 3 7 12 TELAVIV (Mr. Pendarves) Pendarves 5 7 12 POLYMION (Mr Queen) Thomson a 7 10 ZIG ZAG (Mr Peek) Bazley 4 7 10 CROSS-KEYS (Mr McLean) McGuigan 7 10 SUNNY BAR (Lady Bradford) Hammett 4 7 10 CASSETTE (Mr Martineau) F

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

25 Jul 1868

of Lords. This has been the session wherein Mr. Bright has told Mr. Diraeli that is pompons servile, and in which Mr. Disraeli retorted that Mr. Bright was gentleman ; in which Mr. Disraeli has charged his opponenta with making the of England one suspicion

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

18 Sep 1869

Myosotis, Formosa, dcs Batailles, Cap-a-pie, and Laird following, with War and Lady Zetland in the rear, Ascending the hill Paul Jones headed Dodona, and Formosa gradually dropped away till sho laid last with Lady Zetland, Wildbad and Argyle being next to the

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

24 Oct 1896

J.P.. H. BcaitOf.-. M l* . Mr Jobn Sba«. J I* . Mr Hailey. J I' . Blr. Couicillor K. ilo*u<*. Mr, Cotuioißor W. Hart. Mr U. C. WooJforU.. M. 1 Aloork. Mr B. li. C-hamhorv. Foator. Mr. A. Urim*oi>l Taylor Mr H. J. Xl* 1 . Mr K B. Ward (••borrhw ir Jcun

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

22 Jul 1929

ELEGENT LAD (Mr Hall). W Ren wick 5 2 STAUNCH (Mr Boyd) Boyd 4 7 4 COUPE SUZETTE (Mr Gorman). Yapp 4 0 THE LUCKY DREAM (Mr Renton). Renton 5 0 PROGRESSION (Mr Burns, jun), Burns 6 7 0 DROPITOUT (Mr Picken), Threlfell 4 0 VELVET-LIKE (Mr Watson), Easterby

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

3 Oct 1863

aapceeh. Mr Wyman, who bad bean elected to sp«ak at thia place ahnold speech be •iemaoded, want forth and mounted cart attached to an asa. The moment Mr. Wyman shouted Fellow citizena !** the donkey responded in one of his loodeat braya. Mr. Wyman retorted:

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

29 May 1869

THE ALABAMA. MESSRS. LAIRD'S VINDICATION. The self-vindication of Messrs. Laird, the well-known shipbuilders, from the charge of breach of international law in connection with the Alabama, is dwelt by the Morving Pott. Messrs. Laird have abstained from

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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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