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  • County: Devon, England
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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Totnes Weekly Times

Totnes Weekly Times Devon, England

1 May 1909

change his opinions. was Mr. Gladstone who changed his, for in the 1885 election asked for a majority that would make him independent of the Irish party. He (Mr. Mildmay) was pledged to his constituents oppose Home Rule, and preferred fulfilling his pledges

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Totnes Weekly Times

Totnes Weekly Times Devon, England

11 Jun 1904

amusing story is going the round of the ladies' dnbe in the A certain lady, whom we will call Mrs. Jones, invited another lady, whom we may designate Mrs. Brown, to Innchean, along with some other guests, Mrs. Broin the possessor of very handsome jacket

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

19 Aug 1905

family Mr and Mrs Stokes Mrs Skinner, Mr and Mrs Perry Mr and Mrs R Holman Mr and Mrs Hookway and tam Mr and Mrs Shipman Mr and Mrs Soper Mrs Smith View article

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Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser

Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

12 Jun 1908

Scott used to*, spend his the hon. treasurership by Mr. James Mallam name Walter Scott to the fore. Some holidays wlten he was small boy, and who had served for many years with care hod not breakfasted at tho unearthly where clapped his child-hand at the

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

30 Jan 1908

.4 .he lard resort i.k. '•hal ilte validity Mr. Rudkin appoint- whom wore- wosnun. ofw» wish cfaiJdrefi, «*P * t * *‘' ««*it, tfW» M«ey gyA oieeUc« <«« the pmeeouu®. Mr. bnuare could cro#.w«H.minc . Mr. Mr IkmlpeS meet t« tbe judgrwbip. the Attorney-

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

25 Feb 1911

Witkjrmwln Uk&llMigec, Mr. *nd Mrs., Boll Mt. Olmiiuars, Mrs. Dnlout, Elwyii-rosd. (Wmtwrlun. Ms*. IU. St. Aatr*W**i- Cksmisr. Mr. sod Mrs. Kdwin. Ita. Oasudlsr, snd Mrs, Ovyals, Gx«Ur-rd. Chandler, Mrs, Kieter-rd. Chaplin, Mr and Mrs. ♦d. Morton-rd. Chaster

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

11 Mar 1911

Frederick aad Lady, XMayaaiaton, Cranford Atenaa. Priohatd. Mia Mi— The Old Mr aad M r. Mr aad ' Ibblett, Mrs, M, ilanoa-ri. ' Abbott, Mrs, 24. Morton-rd. , . Aboil, Mr, sod fsnaljr, • Abell, Mr. and Mrs-, B, B&leigb VUlss- Aclsod, Mr and Mrs i U. 6, Br

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

26 Sep 1903

and Mrs alley, Mrl and Mrs J Disney Jesse, Mr and! Mrs George Jesse Penroses-11 r and Mrs Holman, Miss Holman 4 Mr & Mrs Waller Travancore-Mr & Mrs Boworbank 1 and family 5 Mrs Nealt, Miss Neale, 1 6 Mr Dusford 7 Mr and

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Western Evening Herald

Western Evening Herald Devon, England

2 Mar 1907

imitable for • lady: sad .are yet to the idea a woman of good laird, undertaking tomb work yet if Englishwoman hes and adaptability: and in unmistakably a lady. nested great kindoca and Italian to take their children stout sith them everywhere. • lady num. has

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

14 Feb 1903

brimming over with his information. Captain Trevanon took his pipe out of his mouth and listened open-mouthed. He remembered the stranger perfectly, remembered also that the laird had been distrait with the air of a man who had something ou his mind. And then

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

21 Feb 1903

I'm glad. The laird did his wife enough harm in his lifetime, as even Peter ogreed—indeed, he went so far as to say that in Ins opinion she would almost have been justified In—in suppressing the deed if— That was very considerate of Mr. Macfle, Interrupted

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

10 Jan 1903

people to be born a foggy night-- he paused as if the mist had got into his brain, a,nd stood gauging his own fitness for the task before him by a furtive caress to his chin. The laird, standing by the grate, laughed suddenly, noisily. Ws good enough to

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North Devon Gazette

North Devon Gazette Devon, England

13 May 1902

the Court goes Windsor. Mr. G. 0. Smith, the famous football player, the only -in who has succeeded winning score international caps. His nearest rival is Mr. N'. C. Bailey, the old Westminster who for England nineteen times. Mr. G. 0. Smith learnt the

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North Devon Gazette

North Devon Gazette Devon, England

4 May 1909

shall able to pass the night quite well enough. Lead on, Mr. Landlord, you know the way. and will lollow.” Dicey did was '»id. Reginald felt his conjectures strengthened certainty they went on. Lady Aline's bedroom window looked out on the stable vard. had

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East & South Devon Advertiser.

East & South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

3 Jan 1903

that he had already accepted Mr. Begbie’s offer, and that the deed of sale lay ready for signature in his pocket. And, what is more, he meant so completely to sign it, that there was no indecision, only vague resentment in his sudden impatient setting aside

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

24 Jan 1903

influential embers of the laity became impatient of their con- LOOKED IN THE GLASS. WHAT A LADY SAW. A Newcastle paper relates the following experiences of a South Shields lady whose looking-giaah proved the means of restoring to her a treasury she had long lost

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East & South Devon Advertiser.

East & South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

24 Jan 1903

(G) 2925 C majority 1182 1893. (By-election.) Mr. H. Long (C) 3632 !Mr. D. B. Collin (G) 2275 C majority 1357 1895. Rt. Hon. H. Long (C) Mr. O.Browning (R) IGB6 C majority ..r2036 Mr. S. W. Higginbottom (C), unopposed. When the result was announced

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

14 Mar 1903

me introduce Mr. Knyvett, my election agent, Mrs. Macdonald. There was always a portentous solemnity in Mr. Beghie's allusions to the possibility of his becoming a member of Parliament, and they invariably made him, as it were, prove his own capability

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East & South Devon Advertiser.

East & South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

21 Feb 1903

a step ueurer and his voice had grown tender yet insistent. She shrank back from his visible emotion, saying coldly“ You cannot possibly do champion when you do not know the rights or wrongs the matter.” laughed gaily. “My dear lady, that is quite a secondary

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East & South Devon Advertiser.

East & South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

24 Jan 1903

had been in negotiation with Mr. Begbie for weeks; the deed was sent here for signature.” “Sent hare,” she echoed dully. uere ; , -s you say, it lot amoug his papers, he must have had it in his pocket when he was drowned.” his pocket,” she echoed again;

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