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  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
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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

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 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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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 Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

9 Mar 1830

brerd not Mr. Pill’s principles, you have heard not the shade and shadow of Mr. Pitt. Why Gentlemen, if you look to history, you will that the principal King of Reformers was Mr Pitt himself, the very person whom the Hon. Gent, says he represents (Mr. Conyers

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

19 Apr 1836

Park, when Uie Ladies Cup. added aov» each (6 »ab>) was won Mr Delmc BadcliFe * Lady Kmily. beating PfalUlmore's ch Intrifuer.— 1 up • y, hanibury Stakes of it) sovs part, hit (Usui's) „ Sebright, beating Mr Baker’s Radtliflcs Pegasus, Mr View article

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

17 Jan 1834

papers have stated that Mr. Lander has arrived at Liverpool, the Columbine steam vessel; it is not, however, Mr. Lander who has returned to Liverpool, but Mr. Laird. Mr. Lander still prosecuting his discoveries, & was with his fellow traveller Allen,

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

7 Apr 1829

BILL, At few minutes after live, Mr. Secretary Peel, by tlir e'litiictllor of the Escllrqiur, Mr, Dawson, Mr. Wvnn, Mr, Drowutow, Sir Henry Vavnell, Sir J. Mackionwii. Sir R. Wilim. Mr. It. CratUD, Loiil G. IWntinek, Mr. tVestern, amt arly one liuudrctl

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

20 Apr 1830

Lowlber, Lord Aaron, lord Raoelagb, Lord MountcUarlrs, laird John Fitzroy, Lord O. Bcatinck, Sit Mark Wood, Mr. J. Mills, Mr. C. Wilson, Mr. Rolyonke, Colonel Udoy, Mr. Irby, Mr. D. RsdcliSr, Mr. Lyne Stephens Ac. The Duke of Richmond sad Lord Sefioa

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

21 Jan 1834

to the widow of his brother, the late Bishop, and two annuities of 250/. per annum each to his nieces, the daughters of the Bishop; and, after the decease his sister, Mrs. Cliolmondeley. he bequeaths his real estates to Miss Heber, his eldest mere, subject

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

2 Jun 1835

employ of Mr. Kobertson. 'id John Dawson Mr. Roberts. ditto Milburn, jun. Mr. Dowson. ditto to Wm. Smith Mr. K. Baker. frtli ditto to Cbas. Dennis Mr. Kobertson. Hth ditto to John Martbama Ezs. Lambirtb. rib ditto George Wa11i5 Mr. K. Baker

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

4 May 1830

UPMINSTER. This was an appeal against the removal of Thomas Kpooneraml his six children from to Knights.—Mr. Jessopp and Mr. Knox conducted the ca» for the respondents, and Mr. and Mr. Pattissoii for the appellauta. tlie part of the respondents, it was

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

20 Oct 1846

We«t Wratting.by Mr. Frost, clotlung value 10'. with ID*, in ins.io-y I I-vtra—Tlituuas Pulmore, SlaiisUad, by Mr. Woodley.. //«?», uuilrr IN. Judge*—Mr. Rider, l.ittlelmry, and Mr. lialdry. Saffron Walden. Janie* l.illry, Irkletnn. by Mr. Frost, value XI

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

28 Oct 1845

minister of his church, j Cheers.) Mr. I‘almlu gave'* The M ami Cuilnu alien of {Cheers.] The MaVOR (Mr. YoungmanJ returned thanks and said, he could not >ield to any one hi# feeling of the importance of tin# agricultural society, and his earnest and

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

5 Aug 1845

subs.), was won his Lordship’s Best Bower, beating Fickle Wild Rose, and several others. Produce Match, 100, h. ft. Mr. Phillimore’a Lady Anna, rec, ft. from Mr. King's Trampoline. Match, 500. 50 ft. Mr. Clifton’s Nottingham, rec. ft. from Mr. Johnstone’s

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

2 May 1843

jours Iruh. Mr. - tiardiner. *• J. ' Mr. Sfij« , anr stalrtl that he held in hi- hand which Mr. had lined him and his learned friend- <»iip hundred guinea- per day each I'«m' attending the cinuinisslon. laugh.) now prupo-ed to call Mr. Barnes. Mr. Barnes

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

1 Aug 1843

suppose that such a man would bring arliou to justify hi* wounded feeling* Had lost his position in society—was he less likely l» received by any oUrer lady whom lie might l«a|ipett pay hi* addre**e* lie (Laird Ahingrr) only similar action lo Hupresent hut iu

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

8 Mar 1842

Carrie and Mr. B. Currie with Mr. Bultcel; and the fact was communicated to Lord Abinger, then circuit. Mr. R. Scarlett, however, hearing of that circumstance, wrote to bia father expressing indignation at tbe conduct of Sir Edmund and Mr. B. Carrie;

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