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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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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

24 Nov 1871

tbe lon, injury, and damage of the pursuer ?'' Damages laid at £1,000. Mr. Rhind opened the case on behalf the pursupr, a lady years of age, .the daughter of the late Mr. John Laird, who had an extensive business shipblock maker in Glasgow. The defender

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

20 Jan 1883

sras lost Strattfian, as Mr. Seabdghl sas edbsii neighbours, to the custom )f Scotland, Ultra landowner Is invariably »d- Irsassd hi* territorial Instead’ of hit baptismal same, bis lawjsrs to Stratblaarn purpoe* initiating his nephew into the .secrets

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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 Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

10 Nov 1894

and Mr* C K. Blind. Mr. V 8. Courtney. Mr. C. Honnsn, Mr. E. T Smllh, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Argent, Mr. and Mr*. H. Francis, Mr. and Mr*. S. AMHt. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clamp. Mr . and Mis* Marriage.

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Waltham Abbey and Cheshunt Weekly Telegraph

Waltham Abbey and Cheshunt Weekly Telegraph Essex, England

31 Jul 1896

Home made bread.—l, Mrs Wood ; Mn» G. dark ; 3. Mm Dunn. Plain needlework.—l, Mrs Andrews; 2. Mrs Mansheld : 3 (equal), Mrs Sapefield and Mm W. Clemente; extra. Clara Perry and Edits Leader (knitting). After the distribution. Mr T. P. Victor Buxton,

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

20 Jul 1872

asked his age, but hu said lie did-not know, and could not tell him where he wus.—Mr. thought the application of the defendant was certainly reasonable.— The defendant said he went Mr. Friday morning, but both Mr. Dig and Mr. Evans were away, and Mr. Freeman

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

19 Jul 1853

K. and Lady Buxton. Lady Albemarle, Lady Louisa Keppell, the Hon. and Rev. Mr. Pelham, Mr. Ahel, and Lady Susan Smith, &c. Out - door thrashing by steam.—A West Norfolk Farmer thus writes on this subject;—“ own crope, for the last two years, have been

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

9 Mar 1859

| .uil U eactued Mr. ScaM and KcnauuiK .era cmmeel for the pUm- the la|«c gallantry tu the refenr' , And Scotchmen, if tiff, and Mr I’ui'n and Mr I'tx Li>r!i (or the rrpoei err. luj. off.re-1 homage tu the fainted thing mlb Mr aaid !hi, brought he Arthai

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

5 Aug 1882

Poland and Mr. Montagu Williams prosecuted, and the prisoner was defended by Mr. Geoghegan and Mr. Saunders. The circumstances under which this charge was preferred were of a very remarkable character. The prosecutrix was an elderly lady, residing with

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

11 Jun 1856

the report and the Committee were impugned by Mr. Tracv, Mr. Bristo, Mr. Mills, and Mr. Whimper, but were defended by Mr. Fox, Mr. Yarrington, Aldermen Cowell, Head, Josselyn, Steward, and Alexander, and Mr. Allen Ransome, who confessed he went into the

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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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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

23 Dec 1882

which had been performed around him on his arrival his relative and his singular retainer. This of itself was sufficient to mark oft by difference centuries broad the latitude he had reached from that which his life had been hitherto spent. Perhaps as

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

9 Mar 1852

suffrages of his const it u.-als for re-ele<- tion to bis vacant seat. Tuesday alternoon. liis lonl•hip was met at the train Mr. George Round, banker, of Colchester, and accompanied that gentleman to his residence iu the bunngfa. It was expected that Lady Manners

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

17 Feb 1872

attention. It consisted of an elderly gentleman, two elderly ladies, a young girl, and two children. The gentleman was tall, fine looking man, handsome and imposing his appearance. One of the ladies bore a striking resemblance to him. Any one, in fact, would

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

5 Aug 1882

her. Mr. Poland and Mr. Montagu Williams prosecuted, and the prisoner was defended by Mr. Geoghegan and Mr. Saunders. The circumstances under which this charge was preferred were of a very remarkable character. The prosecutrix was an elderly lady, residing

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Waltham Abbey and Cheshunt Weekly Telegraph

Waltham Abbey and Cheshunt Weekly Telegraph Essex, England

25 Sep 1896

pressure is brought upon do so. Mr Rudkin; This meeting ought to have been called months ago. Unless Mr Hart withdraws his tender we can do nothing at all now. Mr Betts : I hope Mr Rudkin does not wish to cast any reflection me. Mr Rudkin: Reflection ' No. If

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

6 Jun 1843

tit this court. Mr. Itovevcr, if be wished, might take the opinion of another eoiirt. IDEs ii.—On Thursday mornling last, Mr. JointNVUiiamsun well-known fishmonger the town for many rears), was found lying dead the floor of stable in his brother's occupation

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Waltham Abbey and Cheshunt Weekly Telegraph

Waltham Abbey and Cheshunt Weekly Telegraph Essex, England

17 Jul 1896

Avia, b More O. Wilson, e East, More E. BardelL Hagger P. Laird, not out A. Button not out Extras -143 SwttniToa Y.M C.A McFeddrn, Laird. 5; Smith, I* Laird, 4 More, o Laird, Button, 0 ; Beat, Laird. 0; Hagger. run out, 11; Barm, b Wilson. 0; ('rrwer. not

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

6 May 1882

of the nature of his relationship with Margaret, it might seriously damage his suit with Sally, and that, putting aside allperaonal regard for her, hewasnofcprepared for. On and on he walked until he reached his own gates; but in his then disturbed state

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