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  • County: Gloucestershire, England
  • For Years: 1880 - 1889

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The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette Gloucestershire, England

28 Nov 1885

near Dudley, and her mother was daughter of Mr. Morris, se one time mayor of Stratfonlun-Avony while she Weer had been companion to Lady Murray. The Reach sentenced the prisoner to a month's imprisonneat with laird labour. PRIZE FIGHT NEAR NOTTINGHANI. A

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The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette Gloucestershire, England

22 Nov 1884

the part of tin defence was lateney. Mr. Winch and Mr. L. Part were for the tad Mr. Edward Pollock foe the defendant. Mr. Lei; Lyme, the father of the defend:int, wm moaned, sad Ids eneweemaination was continued by Mr. Wien's. He mid that he went Massif

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The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette Gloucestershire, England

4 Dec 1886

00011. Mr. Morley's directions as to his contributions to religious and charitable °blade are few and simple. All his customary subscriptioas ere to be paid up to the 31st of January sneceeding his death. He directs his executors having regard to his moral

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The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette Gloucestershire, England

15 Dec 1883

the learned judge had ordered the writ to lie in the office for a fortnight. Mr. Inder• wick. Q.t . . (with whom was Mr. Strong), who 'pleated fot the respondent, raid that hi, client intended to appeal against the decision, Out that appeal was not actuallyc

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The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette Gloucestershire, England

6 Dec 1884

how nos his throb .were. Is alt eerie at but lured. lie Is mew at Hamby OW*, and ✓ow wall. Tilt Earl and Counties of Fannin= and Lady gala haw haft thee tookhor la Deseeseo.„.__ Ina arrived Poreuneneene chaselekhenee nee, Nralsery. Mood As Aug.-Mr. Siddene

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

14 Apr 1888

expended on his predecessors • in office —Lord Spencer and Mr. Forster —but in Lis (Mr. Balfour’s) case the mode of attack had been changed, and his private affairs wore the fruitful source of comment by bon. members. Mr. Wilfrid Blun’, iu one of his poetic

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

19 Feb 1881

Mr. King ; laird a little Mina Harris; immune. Mrs. ; song, Hank Mr . T oTe y ; tai. Mg rattling Mare and I, 'Mr. Matter ; reading, Mr. Pelham. National Anthem. FLOODS.—For the sixth time since Miobaelmsa last, the Vale of the Severn is flooded

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The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette Gloucestershire, England

28 Mar 1885

SERIOUS OIL&Wri AGAINST AN BMW MANKEIL lam Q.C. WW to Mr. :notice of the High Court the C rar a NaMmiseese for en Me. Mem laird Mere. of la es mike Omen hemwo rd . to the tithe Mena Mr. Mime, married ma. his Mims the we • Molly eat the bet Ms Whet end mode

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

30 Apr 1887

engraved, in recognition his valuable services to the Chamber its honorary secretary for 21 Years, from which {xist he has just retired. Mr. H. J. Marshall, the President, occupied the chair, and the vice-chairs were filled by Mr. Robert Anderson, the present

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

6 Jan 1886

bell on his way to has dog-cart alster-elad, and pipe between his fingers, the door of the back-room (Apieliel, library) stood ajar, and big pawing glance lit on Mr. Venable,. sunk in the Laird's owe big chair. A greesoboand volume was in his )ode, sad

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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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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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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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The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette Gloucestershire, England

24 Mar 1883

In Meath, whoa his adventures elicited the following qestrain His seat In the Coes= Lard Spacer Mains, His oat In the Conan too ; Bat his grip of the saddle, biehold of the mine. Want • little cementing with Glee. MA, said • young lady, what is the

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

4 Dec 1889

Mi. Mr. H. Diann, Mrs. sad His. laird Mr. awl Ms rases. ladad Miss Mr. s ad Ma. Pim M n.Y Own. Hawes, Mies Mr. ad Kee. Its Tessera t, Mr.. Daley, II r. all Ma. Mr. sad M. Cara Daley (ad Clwallsa).= Rola. sad Weis Isbaadw. Mr. all Ma. Ogallala Mr. Brass

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Stroud News and Gloucestershire Advertiser

Stroud News and Gloucestershire Advertiser Gloucestershire, England

3 May 1889

crowd lowan Once there she sheltered himself nadir her aunt Lady Wilaon'e wing; nor could all Mr. Smith's effort/ draw her again into serious conversation that evening. Lady Wilson did not cut Mr. Harold Smith when they met in the park next day. True, t

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The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette Gloucestershire, England

6 Nov 1886

humanity, had not caught her in his rams. At this critical moment his brother judge arrived, and, opening the dressing-room door with a view to see If he wee ready, disroviiired his learned brother with tits fainting maid in his area. No• wishing to interrupt

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

12 Nov 1884

seems of his favourite element foe just se tam kir was Floes Mr. Mathieson hod posed outside ems of the wisdoms, and kit wrath carsisated with • mattered hhortly after. John sought his aunt. .n , l was at Use still reception received from Mr. Kathleen

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Cheltenham Mercury

Cheltenham Mercury Gloucestershire, England

21 Jun 1884

with obstruction. Mr. Chandler appealed for Mr. James. —Mr. Owen’s story was that Mr. James drove bis pony and gig through the procession, and caused the animal to rear and plunge very dangerous manner ; while Mr. James alleged that the pony was startled

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

8 Jun 1889

the Adjutancy the Ist Gloucester Engineer Volunteers. Arrivals at Hotiia-Quf»n < : Mr and Mr* Wood, Mr and Mn DeUoincvjr Mr GI Mr GrmaL and Mr Brown. Plouah :Mr and Mr Oaaluw. Oautm Noncss.—Dividnda; WncJfe 'rachar, CMteabam, out baaiai *. lata jewelkw

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