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Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette

Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette Durham, England

30 May 1898

Oflicers-at-Arms, Mr Henry crossed over from his mother's side and whispered to Mr ll.ilfour. who, in turn, quietly communicated with the I'riiae Minister and t.ie Wales. The object this message was obvious when, iu a few momenta, his Koyai Highness and

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

11 Aug 1837

mentioned Moors will not coiutneuce till the August. Auckland Castle, July 28th, GAME A LADY respectability wishes ohtiiiu Situation NURSERY COMPANION' to a LADY. The advertiser would have objections to take the entire charge of Young Family, who have

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

6 May 1864

Defence on Jan. 16th. The Duma.—Mr J. B. Smith moved that the duties sugar be continued force for one year only.— Mr LbaTHAM seconded the motion, which was opposed by Mr Cave, and supported by Mr Lindsay and Mr Crawfurd.—Mr Ewing supported the proposition

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Jarrow Express

Jarrow Express Durham, England

26 Aug 1892

you have no name on your cart F’ asked Mr. Lumsden. I ken, sir,” said the laird. Ye dinna ken, cried Lumsden ; don't you see that everyone has his name on his cart bat yourself?” “Ob, then,” replied the laird, his soft, easy way, that’s the case, ye’ll

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

21 Jun 1839

undondeiry presents his compliments to .Air H. Grattan. 11 is note, dated Tuesday evening, has only just readied him. laird Londonderry read in his place the House Lords extract from the reports of the newspapers of a speech of Mr O’Connell’s, staled

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Teesdale Mercury

Teesdale Mercury Durham, England

18 Dec 1861

Trinity The dinner took place at 7 o’clock, the ig his Royal Highness, the Hon. Gen. the Master of Trinity and Lady Affleck, icellor, the Public Orator, the Hon. Rev. Mrs. Neville, the Misses Holland, Mr. H Elizabeth Adeane, Professors Adams, and the Rev

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

30 Sep 1842

th to his father before his majority. His first set ag»* v*.i-> assume the numerous pecuniary obligaviuo* father, and to place In# uiid.-r and management of hi# tuoiher ; it is, howevav, regretted, tlmt though the first can # debt's were paid, hi# sou

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Shields Daily Gazette

Shields Daily Gazette Durham, England

29 Sep 1864

the hon. member, Ur Laird, who not only brought the bill into Parliament, bat by his personal exertions greatly contiibnted to carrying this important measure to successful issue.” There are other gentlemen, too, beside* Mr Laird, to whom the chainmaken

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Jarrow Express

Jarrow Express Durham, England

24 Mar 1893

believe it or not, that his new fortune a mere bagatelle to him. Mr. Sharely told Aunt Elsie that ia one of the richest men Fileafleld. He has speculated to terrible extent. Even Mr. Sharely is saddened. He says money will yet be his ruin. They seemed quite

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

22 Mar 1833

over. Hi- Inn ii|e.n tni. • a-toiThad -,t nienlnrtoii-, and M irajiai Bloeher - report the great e had imlitidoaliy reK-o .;,iisl.i.ior V , thet tin-Duke \>el. lington devoted of the Jane. iHlj, n*Ad his approUitii.n of hi- bebaiifTir, mid his regret

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

30 Dec 1910

a» no actual need now f.-r him no--e Mrs. Hermitage* chain, pirn. Lady Sybil’s lawyers will doubt hud bar without hie aiwetaßee, I'-d if ho is right iu has far-fctrlio-l that »’io lire with her hrubau-, we:l, lady Sybil l) 0 ) -es* will probcb.y cnr.b

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

11 Mar 1842

Lord Ashley. SirJ Y- Ruller, Home Drummond, Sir Edward Hayes, Hogg, and Mr Pakiogton. From lira Liberal sine—Mr Divett, Mr Hawes, Mr Hayter, Mr Redingion, Mr Maxwell Stewart, and Mr Chirks Wood. Most Taxes.—The plan of which we spoke last week as being

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

23 Jun 1837

was. Kind the Hon. withdrew his motion. B The report the Registration Marriages Bill was agreed ■to. The Foreign Officers' Hill went through Committee. B MR BARING obtained leave to bring in Hill to vest the BRoll's Estate his Majesty, and fllmlish certain

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

14 Apr 1905

huddled heap his chair in what, tar as lie seen, was a trance. regret announce the death laird Si. Heliei. which occurred very quietly early Sunday morning, after a long illness, at his town residence. 79, Harley Street, lomdon, W. laird Si. Holier will

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

7 Aug 1933

WUDDL-ni» Majestt Jarcla WHEAT QUOTA—Mr Ambrose .F ft D-ttera 9 TRUE HEART—Mr H Uamsnaw.il Ifamsha* t» ESCAPE—Mr Hood M D Peacock 9 0 TtfTKAAfOK—Mr Ik Butura CHAUCER** CHOICE C—Mr Peek Sadler 9 0 POTIPUAR—Mrs C Robinson M D Peacock NEEDLE Y,YZ

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

8 Oct 1909

in had collected mi than i*73.tloo.—On the motion laird Cavendish, socoaded Mr W. G. Welch, the lewd Mayor was cordially thanked siding and for granting thr use «d the Town The Limi May.* entertained hi hem a large number of the gentlemen taking part the

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Jarrow Express

Jarrow Express Durham, England

9 Sep 1892

its rather crazy condition; sometimes throwing the weight of his body on it, he threw out his arms towards Ifee congregation ; other times bringing his hand down with a heavy thump. old laird, sitting in square table seat below, had been anxiously watching

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

31 May 1833

Incms moved that the Hill lie read second time that daysix months. —Mr Sinclair, Finch, Sir O. Moseley, Mr E. Duller, and Mr PI umpire, opposed the Bill. Mr Puckingham. Dr Lushington, Mr Finn, Petre. and Lord J. llussell, supported it. The House divided

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

30 Jun 1837

it wae resolved to bring forward compatriot of Mr Trkvoh. Young Mr Surtees, of Uedworth, ha* been named as the embryo Candidate. has Mr Leonard Raisbeck, of Stockton. Hut we take this pure joke. Little Mr Joaesoat it also distantly and obscurely I dated

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

20 Dec 1828

the idea ef having done his wfiqla duty. XXTBAUT or A LETCXS ESOU CALCUTTA, BATED JULV 10, 1888. Lord William Bentinch arrived here on the 4lh inaant; lie has been received as Ciud-send j his Lordship will not bed of ruses. His Ntilde has bit him not only

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