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Dorset County Chronicle

Dorset County Chronicle Dorset, England

17 Mar 1859

Court anti jfastjion. Lord and Lady Arthur Hay have left town on a vuit to Mr. and Lady Charlotte Sturt, at CritcheU House, Wimborno, Dorset. The Marquis and Marchioness of Clanncarde have left town, ou a visit to the Bail and Countess of Cork, Manton

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Dorset County Chronicle

Dorset County Chronicle Dorset, England

5 May 1842

Roebuck replied, and the House divided. The n embers wen— .Mr. Koebuck'tamcudmcot, 112—Mftjurily, 148. Ootirangers returning the galk-rf, Mr. Lbaw. rown *«• kit Mud w«>ulU divide Huum hi« luiu.enr, un vcnrdulc D that ou tuipovcd industrial lacon. House

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Southern Times and Dorset County Herald

Southern Times and Dorset County Herald Dorset, England

22 Nov 1884

listchet. One of his men used it in the dining-room in knocking down the ceiling. When he first entered the 'tease be noticed the Fieoner with a bucket fetching water. Its him again about half-past four, and be believed he had blood on his left hand, such

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Poole & Dorset Herald

Poole & Dorset Herald Dorset, England

9 Apr 1857

was he obliged to refer to his card to determine for wkoni he was to vote, but upon doing so, said Ob, ah, I vote for Mr. Bank's! Upon being informed that Mr. Bankee was not a candidate, be replied I always did vote (or Mr. Ragbag. and I will alweye

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Bridport News

Bridport News Dorset, England

27 Jul 1888

told Mr. Lockwood, Q.C., | who is nothing if not witty. Travelling abroad with bis wife, he fell into the company Scotch laird and his wife, both evidently anxious know who their fellowtravellers were. Arrived at the hotel, the laird inscribed his name

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Poole & Dorset Herald

Poole & Dorset Herald Dorset, England

10 Sep 1874

the fare of this, reseed to give op the money. He (Mr. Weis ord) now ■gain applied for it. Mr. Howard said that whes tie spell. cation was made Mr. Vickery, the npsriateadent,w■s at Jersey. and he (Mr. Howard) knew nothing of the appliestion, or elm be

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Dorset County Chronicle

Dorset County Chronicle Dorset, England

31 Jul 1845

Maiquisof the Hon. Mr. Oopcr, M.H., (be Dowager Duchtsa of Beaufort, Sir Matthew Btshoma, Bart., Lady Lucy Smith, Lady Caroline Nerlo, Sir Edward Firry, H«rt., R.N., Sir R. F. Glyn, Bart., the Deaaacr Lady Carnegie, J. Laboucherr, Esq., M.F., Mrs. fsiquhsrson

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Dorset County Chronicle

Dorset County Chronicle Dorset, England

4 Mar 1847

IJ, euddenly expired. In the catpel bag Which carried hi. hand .ere found S.BIJJ .orere.gD.; and it turned out Ifmt tftceased a Mr. Uonelly, a merch.nt >e»ty, Ireland, .ho was nb.condmg from hi. creditors, and hud just gul the sovereigns at the bank

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Dorset County Chronicle

Dorset County Chronicle Dorset, England

1 May 1828

Forester’s daughter to .Mr. Riddulph, of Chirk Castle, in Wales—and Lieutenant-Coloncl Bulkeley, eldest son of Mr. and Lady Georgina Bulkeley, to Catherine Bouvcrie. We.Uesley Case. —The House of Lords was occupied Friday in hearing Mr. Horne, who opened the

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Southern Times and Dorset County Herald

Southern Times and Dorset County Herald Dorset, England

16 Jan 1892

A YOUNG LADY CHARGED WITH YORGICRY. . .._ A young lady, hiaryCoM ha of ea ladylike awe and reepectably conmected, ftwi r ri : k bout 26, was at Chester Thanday with charm ea SIM. Primmer obtained a Mayas at South Wales Breach Bank, Morkeabatd. on this

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Sherborne Mercury

Sherborne Mercury Dorset, England

8 Apr 1839

Bishop of Sodor and Man held his first ordination since his accession to the mitre. The examination was of the most severe and scrutinising nature ever made in the island, and all the candidates for orders acquitted themselves to his Lordship's satisfaction

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Dorset County Chronicle

Dorset County Chronicle Dorset, England

27 Aug 1857

.Sir John Laird Mini Lawrence, K.C.8., being the eldest ■on of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander W. Lawrence, of the county of Londonderry, sometime Governor of pnur Castle, who distinguished himselt his gallantry at Scripgaputain. His mother was

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Dorset County Chronicle

Dorset County Chronicle Dorset, England

31 Aug 1854

Visit to Lady Bussell. In the evening we went to laird John Bussells. found Bussell and her daughters sitting quietly round the evening lamp, quite themselves. She elegant ami interesting in her jiensmal aiipearance, and has the same of simplicity and

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Sherborne Mercury

Sherborne Mercury Dorset, England

2 Aug 1864

within living memory. Mr. Merewether had a large family, five of whom survive, his eldest ton being Mr. Henry Merewether, Q.C., and Recorder of Devizes. It is a remarkable circumstance that his dtath was preceded by few hours that of his brother, the Rev.

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Southern Times and Dorset County Herald

Southern Times and Dorset County Herald Dorset, England

20 Sep 1890

Tryon 1 Mr a Mr. 14 Mr. and Miss mi.. Mr Crickamy, Crick , Tepper. Mr, Mil, and may, Mr add Mrs Allman.' family 15 Her out Mrs W Werninck 3 Mr and Mn Den and famil7, and family, Mr and Mil Mr and Mrs Fox, View article

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Southern Times and Dorset County Herald

Southern Times and Dorset County Herald Dorset, England

6 May 1893

local members:—Mr. H. Duke, jun., Mr. F. V. Ensue Mr G. Wuud Homer. Mr. Polly Hooper. Mr. D. Thornton, Mr. K ff. Eliot, Dr. J. M. Levert.% Dr. A. McLean, Mr. H. B. Middleton, Mr. E. R. Pearce FAirtiumbe, Sir Henry Peto, Mr. C. Scutt, Mr. R. B. White, Colonel

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Southern Times and Dorset County Herald

Southern Times and Dorset County Herald Dorset, England

25 Jan 1879

was appointed by his fellows, was known by his fellows. and could not obtain that honourable office until ho had been amongst them for two or three years. When a man thus came out from amongst his fellow men and did his duties well he (Mr. Howard) admired

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Southern Times and Dorset County Herald

Southern Times and Dorset County Herald Dorset, England

24 Sep 1870

and the re-itlenco of Mr. T. F. Grove, M.l'., where they ware wolaonied by Mrs. and Miss Grove, and partook of luncheon, after viewing the hue paintings and other treasures of art in the mansion. Mr. Greve was away Seutlanti, auil Mrs. Grove was asked by

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Dorset County Chronicle

Dorset County Chronicle Dorset, England

5 Nov 1846

otter in hi* detenu, bten kinJ whin., ana never him »ii but had beet, nftered hi, bn.tber, an., thought might leave hi, place, a, his father, »ho had since died, made theatfree.cot tor him; hut came out, in agreement »a, made m hi, presence, hi, nou- The

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Sherborne Mercury

Sherborne Mercury Dorset, England

13 Sep 1830

elder Mr. Sanford. [G reat cheering.] Mr. 11. Hodhum sang Auld Lang syne very beautifully. Mr.Sanford sen. said he was at a loss for words to express his feelings in that august meeting; and appealed those who were parents to estimate what his feelings

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