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  • County: Gloucestershire, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899

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Stroud News and Gloucestershire Advertiser

Stroud News and Gloucestershire Advertiser Gloucestershire, England

15 Apr 1870

criticism which Mr. Love en Morley night upon that Deo& of providing fur oar obbipitive. TWO LANES Blur so De.•eu.-01: Monday a fatal fire occurred at Nortoa Lindsay, sea Monti. by which two aided; ladies. mused Mrs. and Mim Barka. liattheir lives. Mrs.Mortou

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Type: Illustrated
Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

26 Jul 1865

. 0 1. Mr. Marjoribanks 1 0 Mr. A. Mitchell • • .. 1* 0 Colonel Edwards • • .. 0 1 Mr. C. Sykes • • • • .. 0 1 Sir T. E. Winnington • . 1 0 Mr. Laird •.. 0 1 Mr. John Brigh tt, . • 1 0 Mr. Scholefield.. • • .. 1 0 Mr. Hornby .. • . 0 1 Mr. Fieldeu

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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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Type: Advertisement
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
Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

18 Dec 1894

AUCTION. THE CITY AUCTION ROOMS, GLOUCESTER. MR. A. W. BEALE WILL SELL BY AUCTION, On Wednesday Next, December 19th, 1394, commencing 12 o'clock, in hi 3 large Central Sale Room, as above, LARGE QUANTITY substantial SECOND- A, HAND FURNITURE and EFFECTS, removed

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Type: Advertisement
Stroud News and Gloucestershire Advertiser

Stroud News and Gloucestershire Advertiser Gloucestershire, England

12 Jan 1872

45: ed.—Mr. Bfegg's hamster' Mr. Myer's bottle of whiskey ; and Mr. stades doll 110). Private Howard, 43: Z. W. Lewhis crib. haqe board and ties, acd Mr. Townsend's half bushel of peas (20). Private 10s.—Mr. J. Brown's ottles of noodle ; Mr. Gobbie's

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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 Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

19 Jan 1876

country.—Mr. Lawson proposed The Cashier, to which Mr. Brown suitably responded ; and Mr. Oreville proposed, and Mr. Gumbos responded, to the toed of The Assistant Ilanager.—Mr. Fallon proposed The Sick Benefit Club, coupled with the name of Mr. Lewis

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Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette.

Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette Gloucestershire, England

2 Feb 1867

—Dr and Mrs Leighton, Mr. Courtland Skinner. Northwick Villas.—Mies and Mr. George Cuurtenay 2, Mr. Chenery. Promenade.—Lady Cromic 29;Mrs. and Misses Fleming 29, Miss Hell 33. HOTEI.S. Hatt—Rey. Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Proctor, Mr. and Airs

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

17 Nov 1877

not to prosecute Mr. Smith in the Arches Court condition his permanently leaving the parish. Mr. Uolford will chief contributors of drawings of the old masters at the approaching winter exhibition st the Oroavsnor Gallery, London. Mr. J. Karle Ollivnnt

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

24 Jan 1899

did not hear Mr Rice's remarks, hut if they were objectionable hoped Mr Rice would withdraw them, and also Mr Miles. Ricer If I have said anything which offended Mr Miles, withdraw it. Mr Miles: I also withdraw my statement with reference Mr Rice, but I

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

17 Jan 1863

Baronet of Ihe following gentlemen Mr. Wm. Brown, Mr. Frank Uroasley, Mr. Baxter, of Dundee ; Mr. Rich, late member for Richmond ; Sir D. Cooper, the first Speaker of Ihe Legislative Assembly of New South Walw ; and .Mr. T. Davie* Lloyd, of Bronwydd. The

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Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser

Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser Gloucestershire, England

1 Jul 1861

Beware of Treason,—One of the Jammu having intimated that he would honour Somerville with his com. pain at his castle, the baron dispatched a missive to his 'lady, with the significant postscript, Speates and Rages implying that spits and ranges wen

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

15 Apr 1899

:-n arclneologist. He bore his very bitter -jtments and his fearful reverses of fortune with diguiti .d resignation.— Truth, The Prince of Wales lias notified his in ten i. l»e present the wedding of the Earl of Cr v. with Lady Margaret IViiuroae, which

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

22 Dec 1875

aware of his presence end abashed by it, so impetuous is his flood of talk, dogmatic his observations, so jaunty his strut, so wholly self-satisfied the impression of his oounsnana• Two Ern o► Horsens.—Nevertheless, Hudson would not relinquish his attempt

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Stroud Journal

Stroud Journal Gloucestershire, England

28 Dec 1867

But few responded to Mr. Fiileu's invitation. Some dozen Irishmen were on the Green at abont eleven o'olock, and left it in half an hour, whet. Mr. Fiulen had not made his appearance, nor did he until twenty minutes past twelve, Mr. Strierintendeat Gernon

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

2 Jul 1870

March, 1869, when I was stayitie en a 'tha t a second asylum. He repeated his opinion that and a strong closet. Mr. Gael proposed that a committee with Mrs. Hare at Killalom 1 believe Mr. Saricati Ilse five in providing accommodation for the 650 patients the

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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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Cheltenham Mercury

Cheltenham Mercury Gloucestershire, England

29 Mar 1862

Viscount Enfield, Mr. Selwyn, Sir A. Agnew, Hon. W. Dun■corube, Mr. Hope, Mr. Arthur Mills. Earl of Euston, Mr. Dalglish, Sir Percy Burrell, Mr. Humborston, Colonel Barttelot, Mr. Black, Mr. Laird, Mr. Erekine Womyss, Captain Grey, Mr. Gregson, Mr.

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Type: Article