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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

30 Dec 1882

SCOTLAND AND ELSEWHERE. Chapter lll.— The Laird’s Knows. The greeting of Mr. Seabrlght and his guest, when they met on the return of Frank from his morning ramble, was warm, the Laird being especially delighted find that his visitor had been along the glen side

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

9 Jun 1898

placed paw on each hi. master's shoulder, and licked hi. ear, love you still,” said. After thi. he welcomed Matty, but in manner far more gentle, for he ever looked upon her a. baby—hi. own baby, it were. And there she was, her arms around his massive neck

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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

15 May 1882

coals when Mr. Lumsden of Invergellie, who| was a Justice of the Peace, met him and; challenged him for his transgression of the law. I “What is the reason you have no name on yonri cart?” asked Mr. Lumsden. dinna ken, sir, said the | laird. “Ye dinna

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

30 Dec 1882

AND LAST. IN SCOTLAND AND ELSEWHERE. Chapter lll.—The Laird's Knowe. The greeting of Mr. Seabrlght and his guest, wher. they met the return of Frank from his morning ramble, was warm, the Laird being especially delighttd ' to find that hie visitor bad

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

5 May 1883

Meath, when his adventures elicited the following quatrain: His seat in the Council Lord Spencer retains, His seat in the Cabinet too; But his grip of the saddle, his hold of the reins, Want a little cementing with Glue, Ma, said young lady, what is

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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

27 Dec 1881

concealed with! it. His first care was to take down’his pistols and an antique' sword, which had hung over the study fireplace iu peace for many a long year—ever since tbe days of his grandfather. The sword was rusty in scabbard. All his strength was not

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

8 Jun 1859

'aneoo MuH. Smiurrr*. Mr. J. 11. Smilb, //or*r*i//. Lilchfi-M Clrtrr, W. King. Jfowniwgrr**. Nlr JiL Suer. '•(•M/r Mr.Tartar. AtoMan. Mr H. Litk ■ f'oggttkall. Mr J If. K.ng. Ar*>/ond. Mr. Janira.'niitli Mr, I). Carter. So.iUrt. Mr l*tait. UadUogi. Hr.

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

21 Jul 1906

- ilVses Mr. Pateinan (gr. Mrs. Ind,,«* Mr. Hazel (gr. to Mrs. Hurst ot and Mr. T. Ridge (gr. to Mr. Warlejb bread and cakes, !^„ s Mrs. Bolton and Mr. H. Brown ; Rework, Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Cooper . C. Rose and Mr. B. Cooper; S flowet-s, View article

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

22 Dec 1874

chosen hi. gronnd 1., l„ ~ I- who -aid, not, after all, so hi h was strong, and ad.aiilageoui; he had «c aaLm . ~0 .1 1,: ip lakes me lie.” time, not only make hi. di.p.-.Uion but send away git.il . •_„! his and every incumbrance. His csnm.n.and lady, hearing

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

7 Aug 1863

follows: — \ —Mr Lair J. of Lvnn ; Mrs Palmer, of Walsoken ; 1 •! . of Lynn; Miss Clarke, of Lynn; Mrs. Clark, of Mr l'eiini*, of Lynn. • . —Mi— lljrtlc, of Lynn ; Miss Jockling, of Lynn ; 1.. n! L> nn . Mrs. Southgate, of Lynn Mrs. Ballerham, Mr» Cobb, of

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

5 Mar 1869

yrs, 6st (Jewett) 3 Mr. Lee's Warlike, yrs. Bst (Wyatt) 0 Mr. J. Abel's b Toby, yrs, 6st 71b (Lansdell) 0 Mr. R. Henny's Mrs. Thomas, 3 yrs, 6st 71b (Rolfe) 0 Sir T. B. Lennard's Lady Annie (late Ursula), 3 yrs, sst 71b (Rowell) 0 Mr. Jewitt's Wild Blood

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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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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

14 Apr 1898

awkwardness. Somewhat ml y »“ over, but his countenance was altogether forbidding. He hid an ugly beard, that grew only his throat, but curled up oyer his chm-ccrtamly not adding to his beauty. Christian Norman was his name; his temper was Tile, and more than

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

16 Nov 1877

bill. Mr. J. Pearson, Q t.’., and Mr. W. Barber appeared for the demurrer ; and Mr. liristowe, Q. 0., and Me. K. H. (*o|i« in support the bill. The Vice Chamyllcr said had decided t)u> House lends that iu the event, which had hoppeued, of laird BuckhursC

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

1 May 1914

and Mrs. PeiLam-Bnrn held a reception at Hereford Gardens, lent by Sir Archibald and Lady Orr-Ewing (brother of Mrs. Pelham-Bnrn). The guests included Sir Archibald and the Hon. Lady Orr-Ewing. Sir Fowell and Lady Victoria Buxton, Elizabeth Lady Orr-Ewing

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