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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

15 Mar 1842

person came forward ask fur tedur-. tions when his own interest was concerned, but |j bad been Mr. Blood’s conduct. [Cheers.] He, the,,., fore, proposed that they should drink Lis good health [Drunk with cheers.] Mr. Blood returned thanks, and said, ft-U .j

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

30 Oct 1888

*'*J and left, saying:“ The laird himself will write to say ifhe ran accept the terms.” That occurred nearly ten years ago, and the laird has not written yet. Society Clown. By George Grottmith. DIVINATION EXTRAORDINARY. Lady Blessington, having been made

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

1 Jan 1864

deceased officer. His body was removed to his residenco in the East India Dockroad.—Verdic — Death from disease of the heart. John Green, convicted at Cambridge of the murder of Elizabeth Brown, at Whittlesea, has made full confession of his guilt. Death

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

3 Dec 1844

witness stated that the writing was not his, or like his signa ure. Mr. Thomas Ingall, of Park-road, Brixton, stated that be was a clerk in the Bank of England. He was present when the signature of the supposed Mr. Oxenford was written in the transfer book

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

9 Jun 1876

daughter of Mr. J. W. Heard, of the same place. Laird — Gratbtx. — June 6th, at the Parish Church, Great Yarmouth, by the Rev. Wm. Doyle, Rector of Stowel Memorial Church, Salford, assisted by the Bey. G. Venables, Vicar, W. Stovin Laird to Martha Ann

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

28 Jun 1836

criminal in her cimduct. A witness b(j lcf( H to own , . With regard to san Mr. Norton “•* Norlon showed his Mrs. Norton writing notes to defendant, many of Mejbourne there. The way Mr. Nwton snowen n witneBBes k(, the fact of taking them indignation when

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

25 Oct 1842

Chelmsford Provident Society began at Walden six years ago. with members under his auspices, and he was happy to tell them that in the last 12 months, without any luterfercuceof his, the increase had been 66, and the total number of members was now 224. strongly

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

14 Jan 1834

(Mr. Harvey’s clerk) 1825. Mr. Best, (Mr. Harvey’s clerk) 1814. Mr. D. Kennedy (Mr. Harvey’s clerk). Mr. Pate (Mr. Harvey's clerk.) Mr. Matthews (the auctioneer) Sept, 1814 His son, d. Oct. 1823. Mr. E. Shelley (the del fendaot case of Rudkin v. Shelley

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

19 Oct 1905

Norfolk cosi tend. Mr. Mellor; Britannia, Mrs. Mel. • Ion; Sir Peter Tamale. Mr. J. T. ralcnr, : Lady Towle, Mrs. J. A. Baker: Japanese girl. Mud E. Stewart; Laird, Mr. A. E. Mellor: wounded soldier, Mr. A. Realm; DUO,. Miss Jean Munro jester Mr. I H. Seel;

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

17 Jul 1890

thing into his head—from his business qualities he possessed, there lay a deep vein purpose, so he held his peace. of romance. There was no enterprise so wild or Let me see. This is Tuesda7, continued Mr. Utopian that Archie, for all his shrewdness

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

16 May 1891

Guest-, with an intimation that they had been left by Mr. Muspratt in his bedroom, bat Mrs. Guest sent them back with a note stating that all connection between Mr. Muspratt and her family had ceased, Mr. Wild then addressed them to the prison t.

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

24 Dec 1885

The first Postmaster-General to formulate that manifesto was the late Mr. Fawcett, and respect for his memory will find appropriate manifestation in a practical recognition of his wishes. At the wino time it may reasonably be hoped that veils to le

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

15 May 1891

revolver at Messrs. Laird and Co.'s, Bisbopsgate-street Without. A number of other witnesses were called, including Mr. Guest, chemist, Brentwood, a brother of Miss Guest, who deposed to the prisoner calling on him and asking him to use his influence to have

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

24 Mar 1848

School, m his ifith sear, Arthur P!e ( lger, second son of Mr. Isaac Perry, of Shnibhit ds, Springlield. March lath, Francis John, infant sot; of Mr. T. C. Raven, Feering Hill House, nt ir Kelvedon. March Uith, in his ?? ; h year, deerlv regretted, Mr Alfred

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

15 Feb 1896

small hone in tbe leg. Mr. BrnUll. the Mayor ; Mr. David Carr Binnie. of Hill House ; an Mr. Samuel Ratcliff have le-en apreiinted Magistrates for the Borough of Maldon. Lord and Lady Warwick and Mr. R. K. Canston. M.P., and Mr*. Canston were among the

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

1 Jun 1859

ffloHltt . I .Mr Ua>kA llur I own ra-iuniß.aaml lart rari.ini: thru open-air pra.'lMT-m«aiiii|;< the |wddo>k the tank ot Mr-ara. Sparrow

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

1 Apr 1864

Dedham Mr Robert Ray, Perfumer, Ac. Mr Charles Pavey, Ironmonger. Ealinj Mr T Nve. Builder. Fpping Mr Frederick Griffiths, Printer. .Mr Jas H Ford. iis'ed Mr B Hoddy, Chemist and Druggist. Harwich Mr R S Barnes. Notary. Ha' i-rhiU .. Vacant. , Mr John Cawston

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

13 Nov 1894

verdict in accordance with the medical evidence.— Mr. Lunney said there was no desire to Mr. Byatt any harm. The poor man had had a great deal of trouble lately, having only just lost his father.—Mr. and Mrs. having been called before the Court, the Coroner

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

24 Mar 1848

Esq.age.l 79, 20th inst. in the year his age, Mr. John Francis, Great Easton-hall. 20th inst. at Mr. Samuel Garrett, formerly of Lloyd's Coffee-house, the 82nd year of his age. 21st inst. at Prittlewell, iv his 20th year, of consumption, Frederick Asser

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

15 Nov 1844

-ham, Berk*, Mr. W. R. Saunders, laird .-on late Nathaniel Saunders, of •' •' • 'i lust. Mrs Kilsby, Woodham Ferris, aged iiart aftei » lingering illness, the residence her ~ ' i, Mrs. Hannah Ann 1 owler, of bell Yard, liar, Hi-lon. Im, Mr. 1 onest, of

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