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

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

10 Sep 1864

name as his theatrical title, adding Frederick, which he considered decided stylish and quite out of the common; a custom, not very unusual I believe, with other ladies and gentlemen of his profession. I met one of the workmen the day after his death,

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

15 Sep 1886

allusion reminded Mr. Fairborn of the decidedly incomplete nature of his present attire, and led to • hasty adjournment to the inner apartment, where, seated os his mattress and wrapped in his patchwork robe de ehambre, he listened to his hostess's rambling

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Stroud Journal

Stroud Journal Gloucestershire, England

8 Aug 1863

hare all been recognised and are as follows : - Mr. Richard Laird, builder, Lyan; Mrs. Self wife of Mr. Belt, jun., Lynn. Mrs. Brown, wife of Mr. W. Brown, Builder, Lynn; Mrs. Clark, of Brandon; and Mrs. Palmer, of Walpole. Capt. Dennis, of Union street

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

31 Oct 1863

Wigmore; 2nd, 11., Mr. T. P. Brown; highly commended, Mr. C. Kearsey and Mr. J. Hartland, Beddlestone. Best ten wether lambs, 21., Mr. I'. P. Brown; 2nd, 11., Mr. J. Hartland. Best ram lamb, let, 21., Mr. John Wigmore; 2nd, 11., Mr. T. 8. Bradstock. Best

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

30 May 1883

Stuarts : for the lady also wore the white rose. Time passed, and my master's passion for this lovely young lady continued to increase. But though she liked his society and accepted his homage, she did not altogether return his love. Mr. James was blind

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Stroud Journal

Stroud Journal Gloucestershire, England

25 Mar 1865

for an account, and delivery up of all lamps, &c. Mr. Baggallay and Mr. Handy appeared for the dplaintiff : and Mr. Selwyn and Mr. Fischer for the efendant. The Master of the Rolls, who had reserved his judgment, chiefly on the question of costa, now said

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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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Stroud Journal

Stroud Journal Gloucestershire, England

5 Jan 1867

both personally and through his foregoer?. His father was a distinguished general officer, and he himself wears upon his breast a constellation of medal. and decoration, attesting his good services. But his only fortune is his commission, and on this mole

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

4 Nov 1863

with a lady whom be represented as his wife, and be was then supplied with goods to the amount of .ClB lOa He had stated that his town address was 2, Hanover street, and his country residence wan et Korklington, in Oxfordshire. fully belie, ing his statement

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Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser

Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser Gloucestershire, England

16 Dec 1861

twenty ladies and gentlemen have been honoured with an invitation to dine with his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, at Trinity College Lodge. The dinner took place at 7 o'clock, the guests includieg his Royal Highness, the Hon. Gen. and Mrs. Bruce

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

31 Oct 1863

holding his head very high and hi chin op, as if seaching for something skywards ; yet although you can never sec his eyes for the cap peak drawn down over them, nothing escapes his observation. His movements are sudden and unaccountable ; his staff don’t

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The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette Gloucestershire, England

23 Mar 1889

said Mrs. !we:. And if mme only to find fault and criticise, young lady. the brut thing you tan 'Jo is to turn around and go back Maim Is the woman crwy 1. said Miss Tunic Your Mk Alt. Jeff Juror, told ms— dont eme . whia be told you' said Mrs. Jayent

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Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser

Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser Gloucestershire, England

6 Apr 1868

Glyn, their popular master, with a handsome testimonial on his marriage with Miss Fitzgerald, of Mapperton. Mr. Loftus Arkwright, Master of the Essex, was so much injured by his horse treading on his chest as to be unable to attend the banquet at Chelmsford

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

22 Jul 1896

Norway Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred, Marston-lodge, for London Lloyd. Mrs. and Mr. O. W. A., 2, Pork Promenade, fur London Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. E. E., 11, Promenade-terreee, for Deroushire Mamie, Mr. John, Glendale-bouse, for Rom McDunell, Mrs. T. Moor°,

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Stroud Journal

Stroud Journal Gloucestershire, England

23 May 1863

mile. Mr. Rayner's Dirt Cheap, byOrlando 7st. 11b.(flunterl 1 Captain Slnclair'a lielgrave. S yrs. 74. 41h. Mr. Ten Bowles Santhal, S yn, 70. 61b. The Brertsck PLATE of 50 nova. (handicap) for all ages ; winners extra. Threesloar'ers of a mile. Mr. Bryan's

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

25 Mar 1865

grace salted politely, Well Mr. Gordon, and how do your bricks get I The Laird of Craigmyles thoughts were much occupied with a new leather portion of hi attire, which Ise had lately had made ; so looking down on his Lothar garment, he replied, in pure

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

7 Dec 1861

township. Jn politics Mr. Laird is a Liberal-Conservative. Mr. Brassey rs young man who resides at a distance from Birkenhead, in which, however, a large amount of property is jrossessed by his father, the eminent contractor. Mr. Brassey, is supported

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Stroud News and Gloucestershire Advertiser

Stroud News and Gloucestershire Advertiser Gloucestershire, England

9 Apr 1869

publication.) Mr. Sawyer then summed up his case in a powerful slava, at the clove of which there was a slight attempt at applause, which was quickly suppressed. On Saturday his Lordship took his seat at nine o'clude, when Robert Golding (examined by Mr. Sawyer)

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

12 Aug 1863

PaIiTICULABIL—The dead bodied been recognised, enders as follows: - Mr. builder, Lynn: rs. Self, wife of Mr. Self, jun , Mrs. Brown, wife of Mr. W. Brown, Builder, Lynn Clark, of Bran or, and Mrs. Palmer, of Walpole. C t. Dennis, of Union street, had died from

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

1 Apr 1865

paper had been received from Cameron, also one from the Rev. Mr. Stern, addressed to his wife, and one from Mrs. Rosenthal to her mother. The captives, comprising Capt. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Rosenthal and Child, Messrs. Stern, McKilvie, Keraus, Bardel

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