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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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Jarrow Express

Jarrow Express Durham, England

15 Nov 1901

you wouldn’t mind letting me see them? „ If you want proof of what say, is here, said the laird. . , , . .t. j He laid down his pipe, and unlocking the desk ot his writing-table took from a drawer inside ita small packet of papers, some of them extract*

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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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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

8 Jul 1826

this morning, and went directly to Mr Lambton't lodgings, wlkto Lady Louisa, and Mr Lambton son, w«e wailing. HxLr-rxsT s o'clock tidings have yet arrived. It *»ms confirmed that the panics have gone toward Scotland, as Mr Butumont was teen Belfurd, mitre

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

30 Jun 1843

information. Perhaps Mr. Itou - wi-uld name a committee. son. - conversation which the Chairman. Mr. Mr. Lillet, and Mr. twruton took )>art. toe auditors. M. Fowler, lls-.j., and J. Allan. Esq.. were chosen committee. The Ckairmtn to refer Mr. Trotter's application

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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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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

27 Mar 1922

l Annie Laird, the first woman memher of th» Birkenhead Town Council, from which body ahe resigned last week, haa entered Community of St. Margaret East Grinateed. Sussex, Anglican Sllterhood, novice. Mins Laird, who was one nf the first lady mogiatratee

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

17 Dec 1909

liltion cordially thanking Mr Lamhtnn fev his services as uirmhe r nt for the divislem for the past ten years, ami inviting him again become the unionist canebdati. The rvsolutiiin was unanimously, and Mr l.vMßTeis intimated his pleasure in ae-ce pting the

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Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette

Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette Durham, England

28 Jan 1926

and Ireland. MR BALDWIN’S spp:ech. The Prime Minister, who was accorded a rousing reception, arose amid the lusty singing ot For lies jolly good fellow. ’ commenced hi? speech at 7.11. Mr Baldwin said; laird Londonderry, my lords, ladies, and gentlemen

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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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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

27 Feb 1857

book of Russian experiences for £400), Mr Charles Knight, Mr Morley, Mr Leigh Hunt, Mr Horne, James Hannay, Mrs Haskell, and Miss Murtineau. The Hon. Neal Dow, the author of the Maine Liquor Law, is about to visit England to advocate the establishment of

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North & South Shields Gazette and Northumberland and Durham Advertiser

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

12 Nov 1857

ortfr injuries. The murderer has been committed for trial. Mr Charles Mathews appears born for ill lack, notwithstanding large gains. His is an anomalous late. His success at New York was such that his nightly profits averaged fiftymr sixty pounds. These sums

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Jarrow Express

Jarrow Express Durham, England

22 Jun 1894

MR. GLADSTONE’S THANKS. Mr. Gladrtone offer* his hearty thank* to the numerous friend* in all position* of life who have so kindly sent him their congratulation* and made inquiries a* to hi* health since the recent operation his ere. To prevent misun

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

23 Jul 1909

and South Shields for annual outing on Lady Dalmeny, laird and Lady Charles Heres- Wednesday, and were favoured with de- Died and Lady Lord Hamilton ligtitful weather. Tin- Rev. J. W. Bevau Lord Barrymore. Lady Allendale, (curate) had charge of all the

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

29 Mar 1844

with short speech. Mr Fox then addressed the meeting considerable length, with his accustomed ability, eliciting from the auditors full roped of ap- mse. On his resuming his seat, Mr Smith, of etfield, attempted to speak ; put he was opposed by the Chartists

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

26 Nov 1825

—(Much laughter and cheering.) Mr J. A. MuaaAT proposed The hexUb of Mr Peel, and success to the endeavours of every Minister who endeavours to improve (he administration of public justice.** Mr A. Scott gave Mr Robinson and Mr Huskisson, and success to their

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

9 Mar 1877

at ork Castle, before Mr Justice U>i>es, the case of Lambert v. Hodgson, Action for damage* for breach of P'oinise marriage, was hcanl. Sir \\. Seymour, y.c., Mr WadJy, Q.C., ami Mr Skidmore were for the plaintiff, youn- lady piesessiug considerable

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

4 Sep 1908

Cham ki. Scbben roK St. Andrew Chwbch. Stanley •bancrl screen memory the late Mr and Mrs Robinson, Stanley, is to lie placed in St. Andrew Church. Sunlev. their Mrs 1,..w nnd Mrs Shield. law l«vn built, and ihe carving evivuled Messrs Mowbray ami Sons, of

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Darlington & Stockton Times, Ripon & Richmond Chronicle

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

9 Sep 1854

he yeti upon his knees preying for his enemies. While in thin position one tel the murderers inhumanly struck his heel with a sword and scattered his brains on the sacred floor, Such was the end of that illustrious martyr who died foe his constaney to

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

15 Aug 1851

evening, to Mr G. ifvl. p The chair was taken Mr Aldery. Young, - - j (jy si, Matthew White j} fflew Bell, M.P., Mr J. B. Hodgson Cadogan. the Hon. H. X. 8 Mr Baker Crosswell, Mr John Cook- Wdd Stamp Brooksbank, Mr Thomas Anderson, TMlor, jun., Mr John Clay

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