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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

31 Mar 1898

illustrated his address with incidents from his own experience, and showed, first of all. the power of personal appeal and then the danger into which moderate drinkers often unintentionally lead people. After solos Mrs. Still and Miss Dixey, Mrs. Curnock

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

10 Mar 1898

upon me take# pity do my ©ndeaTbur follow hrr plan ; Hi him and rack him until I him, ©«.© then hi© old bra©© will buy nrw pan ! “But oh. how cruel I said Annie. “Oh, wish vou would marry that Laird Fletch.r Ui.u h. would both.r me mote. Will you, Jemmio

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

25 Apr 1843

Carter Mr. Salt. Hoilifuril. Mr. GilUn^hain. Mr. tiraMum. Rat Irish. Mr. Mr. By as . Mr. 11-Cidlin Mr. Raiitr. UislMtpV Startlonl.. Mr. and Mr. WVI-h. Waltham .. J Mr. Cramp Mr thorn . Mr. J. Beaih-l

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

1 Nov 1894

regular and very arched, his unusually large and sorrowful; his nose is well shaped and straight, nis lips are thin, sensitive, and neivous, his chin is very long and narrow. With this his head large beyond the average, and his forehead broad and well

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

24 Mar 1898

Hall, 11 tl.c I'l-e, has been asked In by w atthy Laird Fletcher, man of SI3» Sicol a vounp farmer, also loves her. Laird believes he could win Annie if Cndj Nieol of the way. and he says so aloud. His words are overheard by Shufflm' iandie. who warns

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

26 May 1898

crime laid at his door, was in grief and trouble, all thonghts of marriage were out of the question entirely. And you love this young man still ? “Aye, Fletcher,” slie said, “and will lovo him till all the seas run drj, ” The Laird gave her his hand, and

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

31 Mar 1857

»»• Xs/'■'• Crtai, Mr. ». Mr. O. KeMoa. »r Mr. Dodd Mr-T , W. Cunt* Mal Jon, Mr. P. H. Mr. 7. Mr. PHd»««> Raytnai. Mr. n»« dMrieti, P. Fraion Florr TJ a/ar«, Slr Mr Gann. Sonrt«i*f/rr, Mr. it. GrifflUit Mf^FolcJ ci-HiU, Mrs. View article

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

11 Jun 1909

Hulton, Mr. Henry Marriage, Sir Daniel and Lady Cio'jjh, THE LADY EAYLEIGH. Admiral Sir William Laird, the Mayoress ; (Miss Crainpliorn). Mr. Hope. 1 K.C., Mr. li. Yvoodhouse. Mr. Christopher < W. Parker, Mr. F. Chancellor, Col. G. W. ' Wood. Mr. Markland

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

29 Sep 1904

hearkened to his temeg- , Imola qualify them for Wee battles. Mier the presentation of some 50 prism by Mr. Wedd, 001. Lamb moved ' • Marty vote of thanka to Mr. Wedd and Mn and Mini Wedd for their attendance that day, and especially to the Chairman Mr. Woad)

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

29 Oct 1839

TUESDAY, October 29, 1839. Mr. Ohnn Mr. oners. Mr. ToBNKn— Mr. Grrrnwooi Mr. Todd.< Xotice Mtebtor* mart Vretliters. ALL Persons having any Claim or Demand on the Estate of Mr. THOMAS STEED, late of Suoreharo, in the county of Essex, Cordwaiocr, deceased

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Grays & Tilbury Gazette, and Southend Telegraph

Grays & Tilbury Gazette, and Southend Telegraph Essex, England

9 Mar 1901

angry to aim deliberately he wished; perhaps the American divined his intention. However that might be, the stick missed George Barton's face, touched his left ear, and broke upon his shoulder. With tile broken end of the stick the angry Earl Would have

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Colchester Gazette

Colchester Gazette Essex, England

28 Nov 1877

Robertson; sour, •• Dream- Und Mrs. Jervlsjsong, “May Dew, Rev. W. Pywell; reeding. Rev. Dr. HUI; eong, Gounod . Serenade, Mrs. A. M. - wor# • Wreath Mr. H. W. flute eolo, “La Stranlera, Mr. Dam pier; * ° miC ***’ Mr Pa* -Wfoo Vim A. Hill; eong, Dresden

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

25 Jan 1842

s was observant in his manner; but when onco saw what was to be done, all diffidence vanished. The Prince having taken his place near the atone, Mr. It. L. Jones, the chairman the joint Gresham committee banded gla-s battle to his Highness, having previously

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

22 Jul 1909

Sir T. V. and Lady DOWfder, Sir Hut. rr 'sedgy, M P., Sir H. B. Marshall._ cis. Homewood Crawford MAY adinilark. Lwlt Crawford, Sir W. W. Guthrie, Mr. B. wade% Mr J . D. Matthew,. Mr. C. J. Outlebeream. Mr. H. H. Heath, Mr. G. H. Heilbuth, Mr J. O. Beciodbank

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

6 Sep 1900

upon Mr. nankin. He found him sitting by the fire, with a dog at his feet. Mr. Rankin looked somewhat pale and exhausted, as was only to be expect. It was on a Monday , he said, When shout a quarter to eight, I was walking with my young lady through

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

30 Jun 1890

kindly lent Mr. J. U. Sliter, J.P., where c’inuer was prosided. The company, including vjsitora, numbered about 80. Mr, Balter occupied the chair, and was puoported by Mr. H. Bunting. Mr. Alan Stewart (Maldoi ), Mr. W. D. Jones (KeWedon), Mr. C. Fox (Castle

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

28 Jun 1890

kindly lent Mr. J. U. Salter, J.P., where dinner was provided. The company, including visitors, numbered about 80. Mr. Halter occupied the chair, and was eunpotted Mr. H. Banting. Mr. Alan Stewart (Maldor), Mr W. D. Jones (Kelvedon), Mr. C. Fox (Castle

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

21 Jul 1904

J. and Mrs. Berry). (Among those preterit were the • Pastor (Renr. J. S. Pinner), Rem U. Mc. (.`leery, W. Roberts, A. J. tiadd, Mr J. Field (Church. Secretary) and Mn Field, Mr F. Badham (Superintendent of the , Sunday School) and Mrs Badham, Mr 8. and

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

5 Apr 1900

a civil debt. Mr. Alp • The inmates are in our charge. .. Mr. Hutley: slat. we can't stop it Mr. Allen: TI ay are in our (haw*. but we tan't undertake their debt s. (Laughter.) Mr. Leonard said the .^,oc.il °ugh'. to have nurAe befor Mr. Hayes: 11%. certainly

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

27 Dec 1853

followstieiitkman advances and bows to lady; lady’s ride;, hands across -, balance's, and set (on chair). Lady (makes) advances, ami retreat* (into herself); gentleman follows (up hi* advantage), and (on the chair); lady’s claim (of endearments); cavalier

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