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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

29 Sep 1837

degree awful to the cauae of Con •rrvatiam. The licit limit |iro|xiii-() wa«, .Mr and hi* colleague, .Mr (Inline*, and the Conner vat ire elector* of lierwick. upon-Tweed. Mr returned lli.inks, ati'L congratulated tin-electors liaring aervicea lilrritr«l

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

1 Mar 1839

Friday last, Mr Robert Smith, astle Street, aged (}2. Mr Francis M*C ann, Ayie s Quay, .*4. Saturday, Mrs Webster, the wile Rowland Webster, Ivmj-, John Street. At .Sunderland. I*J(h inst., Russell Street, after a few hours' illness, aged Mr James ook.

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

25 Mar 1836

Ecclesiastical Courts Bill. ported Mr Wilks, Mr Maclean, Mr Plump- On the motion of LORD it was ordered that an , ire. Sir Charles llurrel, and Hume. Ihe House then diaddress presented to his Majesty, praying that his Majesty vided, when the origin il

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

25 Aug 1843

their eonvictiou that laird l.ucan had boeu unfnlriy dealt with.—The Duke \Vkllini.ton exonerated Sir Kdward r-ugden from all blame in haviug removed laird Lucan and Mr. O'MaJley from the magistracy. Having been called on by laird to something in the mutter

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

19 Jan 1838

1772, and having kept his Unas, called to the bar. _ the lUiiiiKU -i of his legal studies Mr wa-* pr.-niiiueiitly (iisiinguDhcal for the most assiduity. He* nev« r devoted rel.-.xati moment more tlwn wan al»Eolutely u.'cessary for his lixiith, end r. nil

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

2 Dec 1910

enough. W. Sanderson. Mr H. Botto«nle>. Mr M. Oliver. Mr Hum Saunders Mr T. Hi*-n. K. Brown. Mr A. I tone. W. Sunimerts-U. J. arker, Mr F. V. Illnrhlev. A. Taylor. A. Mann. J. J. Ktb.-rtngton Mrt..-lfr.> Mr C. I.umles, Mr T. Newby. Mr E. (lowland. A< who

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

27 Nov 1835

bis second letter Mr Raphael, Mr Daniel O'Connell pleased (I should conceive through species of misgiving) to call his outrageous expression (which bad a former occasion applied the of Cumberland) the usual Irish phrase. With Mr Daniel O'Connell himself

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

14 Dec 1832

subscribe to any opinion of his without fairly discussing the subject j that lie hoped not to see the influence any of his noble and illustrious relatives exerted in fciv favour, for he wished stand fall by his own merits and his own honesty, lie said that

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

28 Apr 1843

evening the Queen sent a letter of condolence the Duchess Inverness. It understand tliat his Royal his will expressed his particular request, that his body, his decease, should be interred in the public cemetery at Ken%al Green, instead the mausoleum

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

5 Nov 1909

Canon and Mrs Haworth, Mr and Mrs C. 1). the Rev. 11. ami Mrs KRershaw, the Rev. J. A. Tower*. Mrs O. Wilson, Mrs Body. Mr* Wilkinson, the Rev. H. and Mr* Hayward. Mrs Dawson Walker. Mrs Knowlli*. Miss Robinson, the Ree. 11. W. Stewart. Mr* C. H. Fowler

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

9 May 1829

Darlington, on taking that title; Laird Harry Vane, on attached to tht British Embassy in Russia; Viscount Castlereagh the Hon. Augustus Liddell, on receiving his commission the Bishop of Chester, on his promotion ; Mr Mkford, his marriage. The following were

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

3 Jan 1818

speedily brought the laird, at the intercession of his lady, to an agreement, when our hero restored the keys of the castle and look hirleave. Whether Rob Roy had ever paid respect to religious duties, or what might have been the extent his creed during the

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

1 Jul 1836

twice, and found his Lordship there ; once his Lordship had his hand Mrs Norton's shoulder: drew off when witness went in other invasion they apj»eareil confused, and Mrs Norton's hair seemed disordered. He had frequently taken notes from Mrs Norton to Lord

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

9 Nov 1910

meeting of above was held toe Ropery-laue Mission-room, Mr. J. Stevenson provided the programme. Solos were miner Mrs. Bcagev. Mrs. Davison, Mrs. Mrs. Brannon, Mr. Efiustcrnand, Mis* Chadwick, whilst Mr. Eastern, and Miss hadwick, whilst The address was given

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Darlington & Stockton Times, Ripon & Richmond Chronicle

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

22 Sep 1849

for the file of the young we. Mr Ewer mid gnat aw Satercley be gm itemising the books of rho sad finned that there wee • greater awount of oal•oce of the firm dee Mr Lampert bad in his possession. He did not speak to Mr Lampert at. at it till Monday morniug

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

26 Dec 1829

the proaecntinn—The Attorney and Solicitor General, .Mr Brougham, Mr Gurney, Weighlman, and Mr F»r tlie iKfence—Mr Alexander in person; Mr Dnrrtow for Mr Fi-her; ami Mr F. I’ollock lor Mr Gulch. Mr VVughtman opened tlie pleadings. . The Gcnshal said lliat

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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

4 Oct 1833

violent fever, and forced to take his enough even for ScmtUut Aradnuirut, with Chancellor bed ; the Councillor the Prefecture, who was sent at their head—a carboy! (the large globular green glass supply his place, fell from his carriage the road to bottle in

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Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette

Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette Durham, England

26 Jan 1934

DEATH OF LADY CARTER Great Interest In Public Life FOUNDED A WAR HOSPITAL ritHE death occurred at her home, Carley Lodge, Sunderland, to-day, of Lady Carter, widow of Sir George Carter. K.B E„ who was well known for his association with 'he firms of Sir

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

15 Jan 1909

following —Mrs I'aston. Miss Hrewster Mr. Mr. Fggloton. Muv Pratt. Mivs TaUiot. Mis* Kn»Unison. Mrs Newby. M■% Alar.. Mis llownnin. M tTlrka Mr Richardson. Mr Hmchles’. C. and M. Oliver. THE “OLD FOLKS OF CILEBCATE. Tu-sday. S» Giles' Parish Room. and Mr* W

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