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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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Western Courier, West of England Conservative, Plymouth and Devonport Advertiser

Western Courier, West of England Conservative, Plymouth and Devonport Advertiser Devon, England

10 May 1837

Bishop’s Seymour Hotel. Totnes. Tire Right Hon. Lord and Lady Lisle ; Moore. Esq. and family; Mr. and Mrs. James Dickson! —Compton, U family ; —Simpson, Kaq. family; Mia, and Miss Shipley; Mr. and Mrs. Crswfoid, and family Kent, Eaq.. kc. kc. Torquay. —The

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Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser

Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

4 Nov 1876

e° 522 willigmte l lgEl M may perialcmer, was charged wi th th e mur d er o f hi s wife, declared his belief in his inmost soul that his calling whose body was found at his house, Eawlings.streo:, wee a legeimate one, was remanded, the magistratesl Melees

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Tavistock Gazette

Tavistock Gazette Devon, England

18 Mar 1864

Palmerston, Sir I. Ferguson, Mr. Bright, Lord R. Cecil, Mr. Laird, sad Mr. Kinglake spoke, the Premier re Podlating Mr. Roebuck's attempt to distieguish his policy trona that of his colleagues In respect of American affairs. Mr. Kinglake took on himself

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Tavistock Gazette

Tavistock Gazette Devon, England

24 Feb 1860

In the month Dsmnaber, Mr. Prised, a grocer, lost a child which bed net bees heptb.d, and the elogyinan refused itthe burial rite. In consequence, Mr. Friend and his party invaded the churchyard, and buried his child's body, and Mr. Ballard, a miller, reed

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Totnes Weekly Times

Totnes Weekly Times Devon, England

1 Aug 1903

of attempting to defraud Marienbad banker. Mr. Bonar ut ones issaad his writ for libel, but tailed to Justify before the Court Appeal his refusal to give the name the relative who had, be alleged, used his name obtain money from the bank, ao that bis action

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

17 Jul 1897

russell-cord breeches and top boots, as if the manner born. In London was known by his velvet coat, his long, white hair, his red humorous face, bis gold-rimmed spectacles, and his broad soft-brimmed hat. The drawback in life for him was that nobody ever took

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Western Daily Mercury.

Western Daily Mercury Devon, England

9 Aug 1883

8m- l.'art.. M .. T. U ««ouoibc, CM:,. Mr. fasiviuii Gar;.i. r. .'! the l of (Mr. I. .t. lu*K Mr. M.n.iagua Wre, Mr. A\. I!, Mr. Ibgitmtd I: L Jill. Mi. Hfginald Ki lly, ami Mr l». lf. ||. A. (•ibeon, jun.. U.o ami Mr. 11. K. ,M. lt k di»- clinrgii tin-

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Tavistock Gazette

Tavistock Gazette Devon, England

27 Dec 1861

lost his love, and, after goies to Louden. he art To not b e team : the pleas that knew he n lin o ., hi meet, yntl tar Write. Bury all that hi lout with tho wrote from Cock Ghost, Smithfield. In h. repli e s , require an sm MDR' for ever: his Wen

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East & South Devon Advertiser.

East & South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

28 Oct 1893

.Bar—of Lady Morgan, the Misses Berry, Maxy Wollstonecroft Shelley, Lady Ann Barnard, Mrs. Opie, Sarah Countess Cowper, and Lady Doff Gordon.” , Messrs. Cabsei-l and Company have just published the first volume of “Social England,” edited Mr. H. D. Traill

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Tavistock Gazette

Tavistock Gazette Devon, England

14 Oct 1859

piques himself somewhat highly upon his literary attainments. A cipecimen of which. illustrative of the limiter', character and of his swinenoe in hie profession, might have been men not long ago, pinned up in his Notice —That I begin of shaving on Oat

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

12 Feb 1898

afternoon by Mrs Saunders, on behalf of the subscribers. Mrs Saunders spoke of the usefulness of Mr Every all branches of good work iu the town and of the loss which his departure would make apparent, wishing him also success his future position. —Mr Every,

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Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser

Torquay Times, and South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

16 Oct 1869

l CroltLt«igc—Mr. W. (So««m) Mr. BUbb and family Harleston—Mrs Coleridgo, Mrs and Mina Martrn Baltrso—Mr. and Mrs. Thomaa Bor W. ond Mrs Satfiborne and family ■* * f 1n * l*!l a I>» j* St. James's-Mrs Heed raid MmUr Windermere-Mr and Mrs T. W. Willett

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Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle

Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle Devon, England

30 Mar 1906

i’erhaps Mr. would not have you would say word f< r the policmnoii the House. .Mr. Maci)i assures that during the evening the member who received tins strange epistle ca:;tioiisJy ventured into the Central Hall. and. s:;r« enough, saw the lady angry e

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East & South Devon Advertiser.

East & South Devon Advertiser Devon, England

21 Oct 1876

BARCLAY & SON, and Mr. barriagdon Street. Modbury—Mr Lakeman, Chemist. Dartmouth—Mr Hees, Chemist. Newto Abbot—Mr J. Elms, Per- turner, T. Gee, Tea Dealer. Paignton—Mr Yeo, Chemist. Torquay—Mr Howe, Grocer, # iorre—Mr Chemist, St. Mary Church—Mr Bridgman, Chemist

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Tavistock Gazette

Tavistock Gazette Devon, England

20 Dec 1861

Amos ,the Sir Charles and Mr. Wilk lesion out hunting together. Mr. Wilkinson is m'l' I have not seen be lean ought not to go to the public•house and distressed, sail put his band to his head, as if he cattle market with 501. in his possession , lief' • cargo

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Exmouth Journal

Exmouth Journal Devon, England

6 May 1911

CtiecaeuiaD, and Mrs Jj, Raleigh-t«r. LliiH-smaD, Mr and Mrs, 27, Kslplgh-tsr. blob eater.. Mrs Qarard. Hall, Witbyccmba. Chinery, and Mrs, Cbspel-at. Cborley, Mr Mrs, 10, Uigh-st. Chowa, Mrs, and Miss, Pauapiti/p, Broadway. Cbawn, Mr and Mrs E, Hararhill

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North Devon Gazette

North Devon Gazette Devon, England

14 Feb 1905

at which Mr Graham Murray Secretary for Scotland, handed back thi seals of his late oflice, and these Majesty bestowed upon the Marquis of Lmiithgow, the new Scottish Secretary. V cablegram from Constantinople givea the sad intelligence mat Mr. A Skardon

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