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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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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

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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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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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

11 Oct 1833

(partner of Mr Peppercorn, who holds ; tate), and Mr tShannan came to remonstrate with Mr Benton. told them he was acting under advice, and was prepared abide the consequences. The party then admonished Mr B. not to touch the corn, but Mr B. ordered a

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

24 May 1839

was lore Mr U aklev, upon the Imdy of the alnrve-nmrdered I.linlielll I’.i) liter, a-^eil’JH. Ihe Doneister, when the j»rainlilot| prisoner was into tin- room, hut ..f .Mi ninii iliali lv after wards played great gohl letli the inn. e inghl his keen and

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

16 Sep 1842

finds his trade a losing one, and lie, or his posterity, Is obliged to take something else. But he and his posterity cannot help finding, in the end, that they have share with others that increased facility of obtaining useful things. * * * , When Mr Brook

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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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Darlington & Stockton Times, Ripon & Richmond Chronicle

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

20 Oct 1849

The With of lire Kew. Mr Brea • draw was Am&aril aVtle tea; wed afire. • fen. 11111011 6111 the poi/ the beees of Mr Wawa, a• partake eke Cep which cheer, lot not iashrinewe, and to balyeet We tratiesoutal recently petaled to Mr Wahl at which a foil

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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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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

14 Apr 1848

Gentlemen riders. (5 subs.) Mr. Surtees's Little Jack Horner, 4 yrs—Mr. Grcgson 1 Mr. Baker na. Catamaran, aged—Capt. Broadley - 2 Mr. Ferguson's cby St. Bennett, 3 yrs—Mr. Flint - 3 Mr. Moore's Lady Elisabeth, 4 yrs—Mr. Ogle - - Little Jack tbe favourite

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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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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

18 Oct 1823

names c Sir Henry, 4 yrs old (Mr Mills) - 1 Mr names cli c Corinthian, 4 old Mr c Lorenzo, 4 yrs old - 3 Sweepstakes each. D. C. Mr Wyvill's Dairy Maid, yrs old, lOst (Mr Sliafto) 1 J. Mills' cli ra Amy, aged, 101b - - - Mr Duncombe's b m Bagatelle, yrs

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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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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

6 Nov 1916

presenred Mrs. Ryan Ryan) follows: Ladies—l. Mrs. Medley (111); 2. Mrs. Leak (115); 3. Corporal F. Thompson (113); 4. B. W;!som 112 ; coiKSolattun r>riz-« Miss E. niter ard M. s C. Bone. Gents-1. Mr. E. .11:); 2. Mr. H. T haem on 116': 5. Mr. J. (114';

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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 Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

5 Dec 1840

from availing himaelf of his natrdnage, first, when vacancy occurred the Coinmoii Pleas, which was filled the Erskine who was removed from the Court view, and his place ilot filled “I*- per aunum was effected. Next, Ontn® aecu nf Mr Gregg, registrar in the

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Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette

Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette Durham, England

16 May 1949

Carter (Cliester-le-Street), Mrs Wright (Braneepeth), Miss Curry (Ravensworth). Mrs Birbeck (Bishop Auckland). Mrs Downing (South Shields). Mrs Leech (Dinsdale Spa). Miss Appleby (Tyneside). Reserve. Mrs Lowery (Chester-le-Street). Eulogy, bought for 300

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

21 Dec 1838

right that Lady Durham should resign. Ther-* was indignation’' the ease, hut commendable prudence and caution, laird Durham now entirely his own master—not declared enemy of the Government, but independent man. —.’“'ivrßlfei*. , understand that Lady Durham's

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

9 Jul 1831

seriously affecting the character of an officer in his Majesty’s service, without having, according to his own statement, any evidence to prove the facts.— The President, delivering laird Win. Paget his sword, addressed him as follows :—“ My Lord Win. Paget—it

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