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  • County: Gloucestershire, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1859

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Cheltenham Looker-On

Cheltenham Looker-On Gloucestershire, England

17 Sep 1859

MAUD BINGLEY, by Frederika Graham ROMANCE and its HERO The COUNTESS DE BONNEVAL, by Lady Fullarton EVERY MAN HIS OWN TRUMPETER, Thorn bury The FATE of FOLLY, by Lord B LADY MORGAN'S DIARY WINTER EVENINGS, by Leitch Ritchie DEBORAH'S DIARY Sequel to Mary

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

8 May 1858

been doing nothing, and that he left her paring potatoes. She observed that his hand was bloody, and that he had blood on his trousers. She asked him what was the matter with his hand, and he said ho had cut it with some gram*. She said, If rams would

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Cheltenham Looker-On

Cheltenham Looker-On Gloucestershire, England

24 Sep 1859

LIFE of DOUGLAS JERROLD, his Son, ' g{ POPLAR HOUSE ACADEMY, by the Author Powell ROUND the SOFA, by Charlotte BrontS CREEDS, by the Author of Morals from May** l * MASTER and PUPIL, by Mrs. McKenzie GUY LIVINGSTONE The POLEHAMPTON LETTERS and RIGHT and

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Type: Advertisement
Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

12 Apr 1851

t. Mr. Gaunt. Ht. at Mr. &teal boom Muir u of 144 r. lemma 11. Mr. Cut gr. • asadvillo pall,. and loan. Mr. Kau to h..' soar.. bit s Witt .Net ate us. m a..t .11 11 goo. wore oak.. TM. i 1 I• Mr. Mr. Amur.. sum. Thou wu 1. O&M. Ms. OM.. a. Mr. Karr

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Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette.

Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette Gloucestershire, England

3 Jan 1857

proceseion to Millioncourt, where an address was preseuteel to Mr. Smyth, coogratidatiog him on having attained hie m•jority,aod welcoming him to the halls of his aneestors. !laving received his reply, the procession marched through a grove of trioniplmi

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Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser

Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser Gloucestershire, England

9 Mar 1857

any one else can pro-licey nothing. Whether Lord Paltuerstou will coalesce web laird Jelin Russell or appeal to the country, or whether the conservatives under LOW Derby and Mr. Disraeli will once more bola &Tee, no rue can tell at present. The conservatives

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

15 Jan 1859

hand at the Stores, Mr. DARBY'S Seed Warehouse, Cirencester. R. F. RAD WAY, Plough and •llachhee Manufacturer, STRATTON, NEAR CIRENCESTER, RESPECTFULLY informs the Agriculturists that he has taken to the W lIOLE STOCK of the late MR. HAVILANIYrk CRAY?

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Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette.

Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette Gloucestershire, England

27 Mar 1858

St. George, Mr. arid Mrs. Tamil', Mr. Mrs. Hill. Mr. sod Mrs. Sandbank. Mr. and Mrs. Chadwick, Mr. Mr,. and MINI l'rinolean, Mrs. Tooker, Mr. sad Mi. Jaeksoa, Mrs Blskision, View article

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

11 Jul 1857

accidentally; he had his head in his cambric pocket handkerchief, and I put my hand on him and said, L'Anglier. He held up his head, and I perceived he had been crying; his eyes had the appearance of much weeping. He mentioned that a lady in Fifeshire had

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

28 May 1853

Robert. knew lh# confidence which his lady placed in this servant Hit syse were once open to the foul deed, and his conviction that bis most dear and beloved son had been slain by tb# maehinatioaa of hi# wife, shocked his feeling* so terribly that b# was

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

20 May 1854

Treasury; which was seconded Mr. W. H. Hughes, and adopted. Mr. Broun suggested that the best course would for corporatiou to sell the society the field (which was about four acres) at a fair valuation. Mr. Carter expressed his resolution as follows in this

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Stroud Journal

Stroud Journal Gloucestershire, England

11 Jul 1857

was in Ile Laird's shop. 1 had wagons' conversations with him; he seemed of • ,ognine and excitable disposition, and his conversewas that of a vain person. When ladies were the „meet of conversation ho spoke much about them, sad boasted of his success with

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

2 Jul 1859

authority defiance. At the petitioner, Mr. Kirk, the opposing eaiidnlate, accuses Mr. Peter Quiuu, his agents, liaving, among other illegal practices, resorted to the improper making the poll book*. The elect ion Mr. Bowyer for Dundalk sought to set aside

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Stroud Journal

Stroud Journal Gloucestershire, England

15 Mar 1856

d of Ist., was returning home by train to his friends at Cheltenham last Non• day. Suddenly, while talking to his servant who accompanied Joined through the window, and just grazed the heel of his boot in his servant's face u be tamed round. Tim train

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

17 Feb 1855

sight. Mr. Ricardo (Liberal), and Mr. Hope (Conservative) are candidates for the vacancy. The nomination took place on Wednesday. Mr. Hope having retired proceedings were of formal character, and Mr. Ricardo, was elected without opposition. In his address

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Type: Illustrated
Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser

Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser Gloucestershire, England

7 Jun 1858

Met to try the experiment is Mr. John Laird, who same time ago built a small steel steam-lunch, for the Livingstone expedition up the Zambesi river. Last week the steel steamer Rainbow, 160 tons, built fur Mr. Macgregor Laird, for the navigation of the

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

17 Mar 1858

eral for Scotland will be Mr. Millie, at present Sheriff of Stirlingshire and that the new Advocates-Depute (in addition to Mr. Gordon and Mr. Broun) will be Mr. John Miller and Mr. Blackburn. The Queen has made choice of Mr. Whitmore, one of the Lords

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

13 Mar 1858

iin the new steamship the Pearl, a beanjust built under the direction of Mr. John Lucknow to the uttermost. The streets are being Laird. The river launch, also the work of Mr. Laird, is barricaded and the walls loopholed everywhere, to be taken out on board

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

2 Jun 1855

Has* and Gloucester Riribvay Company. itarllenlarly mentioned the names of Col. Vaughan, Mr. Ormerod. Mr. Alderman Walker, Mr. Wallace Hall, Mr. Burme-ter, Mr. Bowden, ami others. Colon VxruiiAN returned thanks. thonght the chairman had spoken of the

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

7 Feb 1857

was presented to Mr. Robert Lauder, late foreman of Mr. Eawie’s extensive saw mills and railway works. A must excellent dinner was provided the Hooth-hall, at which 150 of Mr. Lauder’s friends sat down, under the jovial presidency of Mr. Aikin. In the coarse

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