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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

16 Apr 1870

Ruabon.—Mr. France (to the friend who appeared for Mr. Pritchard): You say that Mr. Pritchard lives at—you know the place. (Laughter.)— The Applicant : Where ?—Mr. France :Oh ! I can't pronounce it—(loud laughter)—and I must leave it to Mr. Leader

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

10 Jul 1882

expenses.—The adoption of the report was moved by Mr. R. Hunt, seconded by Mr. O. Clover, and carried nem. con*. —The retiring directors, Mr. Harris Hills and Mr. H. P. Hills, and the retiring auditor, Mr. 8. J, Culf, were re-elected, and a vote of thanks

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

19 Oct 1847

y. doubt I- entertained. concluded proposing Mr. Crump. Mr. Henry White, and Mr. William Tointtn, In ci.ncln»ion, spoke in high terms the valm* oil;., stitutions similar to the present, and tn> ntion.-d hi* r,. v nexion with one of them early life in

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

24 Jul 1890

CHSPTEB. XVII. AICHTI TAW Ms stems INTO HIS CONTIDUCX Ir was with something of shame-facedness that Mr. Spence and his feends bade adieu to the German professor. They, or at least Mr. Spence and Mr. Symington, felt that they had been making fools of

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

13 Oct 1846

place towards it, and that was his pocket, and they would not find him backward in giving his money for its aid when required.—Mr. Porter s health having been drunk, as also that of Mrs. Porter and Son, Mr. P. in course of his reply, urged farmers a means

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

30 Dec 1898

trying to be very brave and cheerful. It's a fine thing for you, Donald, that the laird aad his ladv took such a fancy yau. And now that he's made you his secretary, and Mrs. McGregor has fallen in love with your voice, there will no end of your grand doings

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

7 Dec 1945

daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McMeekan, son and daughter-inlaw; Mrs Dalziels, Mr. S. H. Dalzicls, Mr. Percy Doe, Mr. H. Rivers. Mr. A. W. McClure. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Laird. Mr. and Mrs. James, View article

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

18 Sep 1863

bathing beach at Penzance. Two youg lady bathers, Miss Quick and Miss Cock, in imminent peril of drowning, were rescued by the gallant efforts of Mr. Drew, a tradesman. Seeing their danger he rushed into the water with his clothes on. Stevens, a bathing-man

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

26 Sep 1899

shield his thin ami willowy figure. An Epitome of His Father. The son is the epitome father. Lord Hugh lives in somewhat the same iNolati'-n mind, holding rarely any communication til his fellow-memlters. never loiters l:i:g*rs the lobbies. His walk is

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

7 Aug 1863

stonemason, of Lynn. Those seriously hurt were Mrs. Laird, wife of the deceased Mr. Laird, who received severe contusions on the head ; Mr. Dennis, shipowner, Lynn, who had his thigh broken and his legs otherwise injured ; young woman named Eliza Bartle

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

11 Apr 1848

visitations ever known in the district. At the house of Mr. Roebuck, at llonley, Mrs. R. and daughter were on the sofa, with a dog underneath; the lightning entered, killed the young lady and dog, struck Mrs. R. senseless, and did considerable damage. At Wo

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

11 Jul 1873

Fitaboobb prancing on his great fast animal, Fashion. liltzboobb e is not afraid of having his brains knocked out by a fall. There's Mr. Ultramarine trotting his small pony, Paint Brush, and he looks as happy as can be ; for Mr. Ultramarine labours not

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

21 Nov 1871

promiaeand eogagenent, to the injury, and damage the pureuer P** laid at Mr. Ehind opened the oaee on behalf ef (he pnrauer lady 26 age, the daughter of the late Mr. John Laird, who had ertenaif baatneea a ahlpblock maker in Glaagow. The defender waa

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

19 Apr 1881

late Bebool Board elections. She came to number focty-cne. which «u opened by amid. I to Mr. Jones about his vote |or the School Baud,” said the Indy. Oh. ma'am, Mr. Joaea out; and ain't ure your seeing him anyhow We don't subscribe them; only subscribes

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

13 Aug 1841

reaching the ears of Mr. Addington, he ordered Mr. Merry, the then British Ambassa- dor in Paris, to demand his passports in 24 hours, should Cap- tain D'Auvergnc be not released This notification of the weak Government of Mr. Addin- ton' had its

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

23 Oct 1840

and although his sightless eye could not look upon the beauties his benevolent Creator, yet his mind seemed to be active according to the seasons of the revolving year, and enjoying in his own quiet way tbe pleasures of the hour. He had his fatal seizure

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

21 Dec 1885

'’ “Well,l don’t like aav,Mr. Snobbs.” “P<»oh, ooa-s'tiae! Say right out! do you like the “Well,”droppiu: her wyes, “I like U best.’ Mrs. Jones; “They toll that that Smith fellow j» paying hi* addresses the widow R >b:n«on.” Mr*.Brown; don’t believe a word

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

27 Jun 1896

fienniker, laird and Lady Layleigh. Sir John and Lady Coral, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Canston. Colonel J. B. Br.barani. C. 8., ic. The marriage of Miss Amy Lnard. dailghter of Admiral and Mra Lnard, with Kev c. H B..nd, eon of Kev. C. W. l-unl, vicar Nlcolaa

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

15 Oct 1844

recommended Mr. G. L. May £l, Janies Springett, Laird Western Clatt 3. £1.10». James Mears. l-ord Western James Pash, by Mr. Hardy 10s. Daniel Perry, Mr. Goss VlatM 3 Ladt, from 17 to 20. £l, John Bright, Mr. peak man 13*. Isaac Duneombe, Mr. F. Baines

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

27 Jul 1923

Brooks, his wife, for using tnrcats towards him. —Prosecutor said that on July 13 he was making inquiries about some pigs Church Lane, when Mrs. Brooks came out of her hut with gun, and said she would blow his brains out. Mr. Brooks said to his wife,

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