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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

21 Jun 1861

Royal Artillery, had known him longest. Every soldier knew and appreciated his worth, all admired his unsurpassable valour, his uniform cuolnesa and his skill in gunnery, while his undeviating affability and kindness endeared him even the most thoughtless

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

31 Aug 1877

Dalkeith, Mr KnatcbnU-Hugesaen, M.P. ; Mr Balfour and Uily M. Balfour and Misa M. Balfour, Mr W. and Lady Ann Blount, Mr (irauville Farqnhar, Lord Itoaebemr, the Hon. C. Harbor'd, the Hon. G. O. (tore, Mr Montagu Cony, the Hon. George Vernon, Lady Georgina

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

24 Jun 1870

rottoi of Mr Wrathallp graangrocar. agod §7. Ai Friaragaa, Middlatoa-Al. Ooorga. 15tk inat, Sarah, rellet of lata Mr agad tt. Ai Long Mcwtoa, loth toot, Blaakalk, vita of Mr John Wllaon, farmar, aged tt. Ai BMr Slownit

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

2 Aug 1867

business matters with Mr .Salvin, and none longer than his worthy friend Mr Scawin, Durham. had long served the family of the Salving, and trusted he might yet live to serve three or four generations (laughter). He said this because Mr appeared to be a n

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

3 Jun 1864

expedition New Orleans. His friends having suspicion that he had been unfairly dealt with at New York, communicated their fears the editor, who wrote laird Lyons about him. His lordship, in his reply, declined to interfere. few davs ago his parents received

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

21 Sep 1866

and Lady Katherine Rusiiell, the Rev. Talbot Baser, Mrs and Miss Baker, and Mrs NMdchcote. Several gentlemen having been personally introduced to Lord Boyne Mr Woolvr, who had been selected to make the presentation, proceeded say —My Lord and Lady Boyne

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

13 Feb 1891

R- Co wen, A. Voting, George Cooke, A:. The meeting was presided over Mr S. Tate. The tea and sapper tables were attended to by Mrs Tate, Mrs Cowens, Mrs A. Watson, Mrs Tulip, Mrs Hewitt, and Misses Oswald. Armatroug, Tulip, Oxley, Arnnl, Davison, and

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Teesdale Mercury

Teesdale Mercury Durham, England

1 Jan 1862

missionary and the particular friend of His Majesty, his nUntkn to’ beccmc a Roman Catholic. Walter Glover, known as the carrier between Dumfries d Edinburgh, in the time of Burns, died on Sunday week, at Ferncysidc, in his native parish of Liherton—an extraordinary

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

11 Sep 1897

WOULD “ SAYS. »en has lent Lady Butler’s famous { • Koll CaU for exhibition Ctoer Art Gallery. Liverpoo!. This picture It tango .it u.borue, and is Che private proof the yueen. One of Mr Gladstone’s neighbours at Butter- i« his oldest Ministerial ooiieague

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Darlington & Stockton Times, Ripon & Richmond Chronicle

Darlington & Stockton Times, Ripon & Richmond Chronicle Durham, England

21 May 1853

safety in a up arid jumped on to his neck, at nbreir flambee get imps 1 • t sable, and thus emapod kin arena. The young nun on posies and said he ward hit his brad sr rare bit t\ • it the measure was Mgr with a fit. Mr Riley, seeing ward, that about an

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

22 Jun 1877

Thomas Hocken. Mr Montgomerie, who was on the bridge, hearing the cry, jumped after Hocken, got hold of him, and towed him to where he supposed the life-buoy would be. Iwt seeing no relief, hctold Hocken to keep himself alloat while lie took his clothes off

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Shields Daily Gazette

Shields Daily Gazette Durham, England

2 Sep 1884

pic-nic season was o\cr—(laughter)—Mr GLaJslone would in October come up smiling. (Loud cheers and laughter.) Mr Liston who on rising was received with loud and prolonged cheering, said: My Lord Stair, my lairds, Ladies, and Gentlemen, Once more I address

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Northern Echo

Northern Echo Durham, England

3 Oct 1893

rtim-T, Seaton f'ar : \V. T St. •'••lo-nb »**, Sun-'. Hand ; \V. Is, and •! Hoye*. Seamen** J.P . Mr Rib-noon Murray. -I . .1 S. and Mr* Allt*on. Mr W. Mari an. Mr M. Hordey, W. Councillor* M. and Hb-Win. -I. F. Fea, guar! b< .*ow of of the Frgad* CVr.at I

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North & South Shields Gazette and Northumberland and Durham Advertiser

North & South Shields Gazette and Northumberland and Durham Advertiser Durham, England

1 Dec 1859

the old laird takes to live in his house—a model young lady—and with Mr Halbert Graeme, son of the reprobate Charlie. Halbert, though educated at Mo-sgray’s expense hi an Aberdeenshire 'guarding school, was to have been disinherited for his fathers rake

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

16 Dec 1892

MtJmm. Lu«wl«. Mr ThouiM Ydlow. Mr Gro. » k»ookMr T. HiiitWiu, Kr.D.wdlmt.. Mr«r ; Mr H. the K*t (Uu*ht«r urd M» |. Heutwell, Mr Swinburne, Mr 1. Hutherford. Mr w« rare Mr Md.«n. (eel .I*. mWa B. T. Weithermll, MrT. J

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North & South Shields Gazette and Northumberland and Durham Advertiser

North & South Shields Gazette and Northumberland and Durham Advertiser Durham, England

17 Dec 1863

Midlothian. Mr Gourlay sustained the character of “ John Dumbie, laird of Dumbidikes,” in his usual efficient manner. Than this gentleman’s acting and delineation of Scottish character nothing could be superior and more highly appreciated. Mr Gourlay seems

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Northern Echo

Northern Echo Durham, England

9 Jan 1889

Brucrn was last night en. tertained to dinnev at Newnmstle in cele- 1~ ?? ?? . I _ . . bration of his return to Parliament. Mr BRUCE well deserves the honour. His r struggles to get into Parliament remind if f I one ?? spider, and patience under t difficulties

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Darlington & Stockton Times, Ripon & Richmond Chronicle

Darlington & Stockton Times, Ripon & Richmond Chronicle Durham, England

8 Dec 1894

Hansom. Mr and Mr* Mr and Mr* A. Pease. and Mrs D. Tuckett. and Mrs K. Bevan, Mr Uaiubro, Mr and Mrs L. Harris, sir J. W. Pease. Mr* E. N. Buxton. Mr and Mrs P. Pelly, Mr and View article

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Shields Daily Gazette

Shields Daily Gazette Durham, England

9 Jul 1864

Jordon, laird of Craigmyle, was once visited by the eccentric Duchess of Gordon on some her electioneering plans. She had heard that the excellent and worthy laird was making bricks on his property to build wall. Her Grace asked politely. Well, Mr Gordon

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Shields Daily Gazette

Shields Daily Gazette Durham, England

19 Oct 1870

to the sad event one could be more largely the object of sympathy than Mr Punshon, in his sad and crushing bereavement. On both sides of the Atlantic paany hearts will be saddened his sorrow. The took place from Pnnshon's residence, Bond Street, on Monday

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