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Plymouth and Devonport Weekly Journal and General Advertiser for Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset.

Plymouth and Devonport Weekly Journal and General Advertiser for Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset Devon, England

29 Mar 1832

Commissioners of Hi. Majesty . His Majesty V' Ofbce. His Maiesty’s Commander-in Chiefs Otficc. Hi. Majesty's Paymaster General . Office. His Majesty’s Stationery Office. Mia Majesty 6 Mint Office. The Honourable the Commissioners of His Majesly's Customs

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

4 Apr 1899

wick • oeUlin* t» .‘lf Hugo— Uadlow Mr L> Ilham 01.1 l aj* LvnJ.atu 9 MrMr Wm Johottoui(cldini hi -aticty uu; Pretty WfJitl.O) JohnaUto

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Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser

Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

9 Jun 1882

Oottiom-Mr, fli Moos Ilarbols-Mr. sad Ilia flows sal MHO y~me-Mr. lismos sad lb -Illsa Parham s. Chearmeth aM tangy lon anr-Mr. sod Mn. Draw Naas rim-Mr. as& Mrs.= In. G. Alamos Brom riiis-Mr. sad Mrs a m m aMr. H. Lea. Gila. in. Dart ille&MM-Mr sod Mrs

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Torbay Express and South Devon Echo

Torbay Express and South Devon Echo Devon, England

5 Jun 1939

their feet.” Saturday the founeral took place at Dartmouth Mr. Frank Dudley Roberts, of Rldgway Cottage, Dartmoutil, aged 69. He had resided in Dartmouth for over years. His brother, the late Mr. Harry solicitor, was Town Clerk of Dartmouth for short while

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

5 Sep 1885

Plympton lady, named Frances Martindale, met at the office of the Official Receiver Mr. John Greenway, Plymouth, yesterday. Mr. A. S*. CUrk represented the petition ng creditor, Mr. S. Hicks* butcher, of Plymptoo, to whom was due £l3l 10*. Mr Skardon,

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Exeter Flying Post

Exeter Flying Post Devon, England

27 Jul 1870

songs, a copy of which he directed his wife to send him. He remembered his Horace- Minuentur altm car. mine curas. His nationalism never left him. In the Church of St. Eastace, in Paris, he saw the monument of Mr. Colbert, a Scoasmns, A man might

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North Devon Journal

North Devon Journal Devon, England

1 Feb 1849

property; the prisoner had shifted his position several timet and taken his p!ace in parts of the train it was not usual for guards to occupy, bat rode with witness lrom Reading and Slough. Witness again searched his basket, and found therein some habit

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Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser

Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

26 Jun 1908

consisting of Lairds Justices VtiugStan illinms. Moulton, and the casu Itlyth v. E. Hulton and Co. (Ltd) heard, on the plaintiff a appeal from judgment of Mr. Justice Pickford after trial with jury at the Manchester Assize. In this <*asetho plaintiff. Mr. Arthur

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Western Evening Herald

Western Evening Herald Devon, England

5 Apr 1909

professon. &by. - mid • lady. you he.. r. casts for complaining I =demand yr, dc.ar • owed for you wrae. - M. Miry. with his slow chswl. bat I ..t al day and era thank • *arc.- Vocation u cans tt.e Bulk of • sitp the Loci. unesoch r his point. Or • It:. o

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

2 Aug 1884

Lamington, Mr. W. H. Smith, M.P., Mr. Hub' atd, M.P., Mr. Grantham, M.P., Mr. Alderman Cotton, M.P., Colonel Makins, M.P., Viscount Lewisham, M.P., Sir J. M'Uarel Hogg, M.P., Lord G. Hamilton, M.P., and ohers. The Marchioness of Salisbury, Lady George Hamilton

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

18 Jun 1906

brought light, request hi., lordship lor financial aid way m-ver mads' in vain, ansi laird Clifden him.solf ~uhscquootly said that was oof aware that the amount given iu the last two ©r years large. Wbtu ytirprined mo'i peopleWa., Mr. Millmao's positive

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

18 Apr 1906

nominated Mr. \V. H. Wood. | Mr. J. C. Wills proposed the rc-elecnon Mr. R. I R. Redd as parish churchwarden, and this was sup| ported Mr. \V. W. Blight unanimously assented to.—ln acknowledging His election, Mr, Rorld eapressed to Mr. his thanks for

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Western Evening Herald

Western Evening Herald Devon, England

20 Oct 1909

judgment was RANDOM! PARK MEETING. PROURAMME FOR T 0-MORROW (THURSDAY). 190—T. IWO Y of 200 re.. lb Mr VT !ham (art', R ONO Plenny 9 0 Lnri 6r Wu lr P Mr Mr IL Iltrtalwea Nr .17

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Exeter and Plymouth Gazette

Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Devon, England

28 Feb 1900

and cuffs: Mrs. Highmore conduct In has for the Sheeps .si. Vicarage, caps, mufflers, and weok has shown him l<> m c-uffti; ** AnonvinoUM,” three dozen Imudker- the men under lus conMimnu. i Miss Carr, soarvea; S. Salter, cap*; his surrender his hands arc*

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Western Daily Mercury.

Western Daily Mercury Devon, England

31 Jul 1895

at dinner 'itv The remaining candidates are Mr George *• Ra*eU Reynolds, the president the as»o«aa- Sointebury. Mr. K. Hen Km. and Mr •2. iad Jiere wa® considerable gathering at the j Robertson. Henley and Mr. Robertson are the Brussel graduates, at which

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

21 Jan 1880

Alavob (.Mr. A. Chamberlain) |«*sideJ, on-1 olwnt ?,««00 ladies J gentlemen, including the the galleries, wire j.icsent. The |.iincii>al gu<»ts were the lion. John Bright, M.r.. Sir \V. V. Ilafcouit. M.l'., the Camperdown, laird l.yltelton, Mr. J. Chamberlain

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

17 Aug 1897

Tire Ameer Afghanistan has promptly sought to remove all unpleasant suspicions his complicity pi the nsing in the North-Wewt frontier India the publication a firman forbidding his subjects join the rebellious natives under the Mad Mullah. The Afghan Governor

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

5 Sep 1928

Railways, as mementoes of the occasion. Mr. C. J. Smith, vice-president of the Canadian National Railways, proposed Success to the Lady Drake. NAME TO CONJURE WITH. Mr. W. L. H.chens, chairman of Cammell Laird and Co., said concerned in the construction

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

2 Jun 1934

Tote: Win. 2/9; places. 2/3, 2/3. 2/3. Three lengths; Mength. 2.30—STANLEY HDCP. One mile. CARL'S CARESS (Mr. Nolan). 8-8-11 (Beasley) 1 RED LAIRD (Mr. B-Irving). 7-8-9 . (Marshall) 2 COME CLOSER (Miss H. Cooper). 4-7-12 (Dines) 3 Also ran: Royal Countess

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

24 Jul 1931

the lavourite. THE RUNNING 2.30 —HILL HOUSE (S.) HDCP. Six furlongs. OLD A (Mrs. G. Harding;, ti-7 .. (Weston) 1 AN ORANGE (Mr. Davkhon). 8-9 «_i (K. Jones) PRINCE CHARMING (Mr. A. Boxall). 7-3 . (C. Richards) 3 Also ran: Flying (Sirett). Rosamond s Choice

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