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  • County: Devon, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser

Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

28 Aug 1869

Brightsule Villa—Mr, and Mrs Hipvorth, Mrs. Bryan, Miss Lbjton in-holme Si-mtiogdalo— Mr and Mrs Robson FawsJey—Mr and Mrs Sherwin and lamily, Mrs Worth liencroft —Mr and hire Way and family and Mrs. Cimlkeand family Athelney—Mrs. Gregory, View article

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

22 Aug 1870

power and efficiency of the turretship. «Comparisons are odious,* bid ladies like Mrs. Malaprop, but Meant. Laird are not reluctant to can) workmanship with Mr. Reed’s BeUerophon, one of his moat successful war ships. At the Mai the Captain, her speed exceeded

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North Devon Gazette

North Devon Gazette Devon, England

17 May 1898

prison, and from the very jaws of death. Met at the door by his friends and old shipmates. Dickson was there, with his four brave sailors, and many was the fellow-student who stretched out his hands to shake Reginald’s, pale and weakly he came down the

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Tavistock Gazette

Tavistock Gazette Devon, England

13 Jan 1860

prior wa discomfited by shortly atter ocsuassucins. his sermon, agrest part o his congrega ti on quietly and unreluctantly ormsagnmg themselves to the arms of Morpheus. Stopping abruptly in the midst of his flowing elmoence, be gonad tor a few seconds round

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

21 Nov 1874

a l e evening. Th e with Lady Gomm, has taken up his residence at trudged away on foot. d dwarf habit. Durnfiet, rose-red. General Canrobert, l a dy. wu Wee: ' *sh aristoinie7 (she Brighton for the winter, entered upon his 914 year A MARTL.UrDBB says

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Tavistock Gazette

Tavistock Gazette Devon, England

15 Nov 1867

came tae CAS on his grace! Ile had been noo paying rest for sax years till Ire grace, and ho thocht it was an unto thing to be paying 'tiler sae lang, and no ken his laird. In Scotland he syq kept his laird r gram, in warmly and nvisoming his tenant, told

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North Devon Gazette

North Devon Gazette Devon, England

2 Jul 1895

moonheanrs unr'v light and the lantern drinly bunir.g. uieVn enclosed his breast Hot sluit nor in shorsed we wound him. But lay like taking his not. Witt his tivirt •lock around hi.u.'* Bishop of Durham, speaking on Saturday, declared that the relations

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East & South Devon Advertiser.

East & South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

5 Feb 1898

would prefer see Mr. Clay. On about December 2, 1896. the accused to bis office with two promissory notes, and two letters authority, one signed Mr. Clay and the other by Mr. Clay and Lord William Ne.vill. Mr. Did you cash the bills? Mr. Lewis; No. I said

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Tavistock Gazette

Tavistock Gazette Devon, England

2 Feb 1866

carrying out of his part of it, which he would be prepared to do on Thursday. On his return home Mr. wrote to Mr. Montefiore reiterating his thanks, his astonishment at the singularity of his friendly offices, and a wish to secure his timely benefactor

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East & South Devon Advertiser.

East & South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

25 Sep 1875

children legacies of £lOO, to his ezeontors £lOO each in addition, fres of duty, for their trouble; to his servant David Hanes annuity of £3O for life, and bis death an annuity of £2O his wife Sophia Hanes, it she survive him;-to his wife. Dame Julia Valeuza

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East & South Devon Advertiser.

East & South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

31 Mar 1894

—such as we all like to dm in our ears occasionally. During Mr. Gladstone’s Midlothian tours he invariably made Dalmeny his headquarters, sallying out from there the surrounding country of his constituents, as the Scotch barons did from their fortresses

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

27 May 1876

Sir Robert Walter Carden, Mr. William Blanche, Mr. Benjamin dolls, Mr. John Cox, Mi. Richard Cox, Mr. G. H. Haywood, Mr. J. L. Shuter, Mr. E. 8. Stillwell, Air. James Waddell, Mr. Deputy Fry. Mr. Moncktcn (the Town Clerk), Mr. Henry Aaron Isaacs (Chairman

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Tavistock Gazette

Tavistock Gazette Devon, England

25 Nov 1859

than a kw dwelt.. his father applied to one of the highest author'''n in the empire, with whom he is extremely Intl , unite, expreming his desire to his son take part in the expedition to China. Ili* itilluentoil and high placed friend hi *hated, put hint

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East & South Devon Advertiser.

East & South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

29 Dec 1894

after looking his last upon the fair dead face he had loved so passionately, he was never heard to breathe her name again. He buried the love of his youth deep down in his heart, and except for the passionate affection he always evinced for his eon, he might

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Tavistock Gazette

Tavistock Gazette Devon, England

27 Jan 1860

done the same ; and the flag waved, the whistle whistled, and we were away. The sot set sup**, with his hands in his pocket, his hat over his eyes, and his lips very actively slimed in linguistic exercise. EPITOME OF NEWS. DAITIIIII AND 70111 ON. At a side

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North Devon Gazette

North Devon Gazette Devon, England

2 Jan 1894

respondent's temporary triumph over Mr. Ix)ckwood in the case refrrred to. Mr. Richardson steadfastly refused give up the name of a lady, and said would take the consequences. Sir Francis tleune, on being sent for by his brother Barnes, decided that the

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Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser

Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

25 Jun 1870

Dr. and Mrs Mierre, Miss Ada O. Tnrnar Merbidale B. and Mra Baring Gould 1 Homehubst George Saunders, Mr J. hnetone 3. St. Mark’s AC* Mr W. Merrifi* Atkinson’s Hotel Mr and Mr* Jack non, Mr and Mrs Hurvt-y Mr and Mrs England, Master England, Mrs and Miss

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East & South Devon Advertiser.

East & South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

3 Oct 1896

number of ladies in a boat—including his wife, her sister, her mother, and his mother—and the boat having been overturned near the shore a squall, shouted out to the rescuers to save one old lady in particular, who was afterwards found to be his mother.

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Western Daily Mercury.

Western Daily Mercury Devon, England

13 Jun 1864

Viscount and Vbcoanteae Palmerston, Lord and Lady Truro, Dad Lady Harry Vana, Bari of 8t Germans, akHon. Mark Bolle. Hon. Flora Macdonald, Hon. Mrs TrefnsiH, Mrs Edgoumbs. Sir Lawrenoe Palk. 5? ' & «kl Mr Esmal Osborms hLP. and Mm Osborne, Pender, M.P

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Tavistock Gazette

Tavistock Gazette Devon, England

5 Jul 1867

principal events, reigns, tkc.„ to his pupil, as the Emperor undertook to explain the historical events to his son according to his own interpretation of them. Mr. W. Cullen Bryant, the American poet, is now In Perthshire with his daughter, to spend a few weeks

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