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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

22 Apr 1936

THERE SHE GOES (Dowaeer Lady Penrhyn) L Whittineham 1 Glenree McGuieran 2 No Jazz J Taylor 3 12 ran : Arran Beg (Nevett). Court of Appeal (Humphrey Foster). Flanapan (J Caldwell). Brown Gown (E Fox). Lairds Hill (W Carr). Lady Bill (S Middleton). Dairy

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

13 Apr 1892

who always had Art upon his lips, bosom he bad so little in his soil Mr. Wilde has °ailed his play a work of art. That of course it is set, could not be. Mr. Wilde is many things needless to enumerate, but he is not an artist. His utterances upon Art must

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

31 May 1845

s catljerbii. .Mr. A. W. Hill Tbs Libel. Mr. t; rat wick <■ Doleful. 1-ord Chesterfields Pam. Mr. Ford's Fazbos, Colonel Jnvlepot, Duke Laird o’Cockprn. Wreford'a Worthless. Mr.M Paul a Mentor, Col. Peel * Slaue. oat of Cobweb Mr. Waller Columbua. Lord

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

21 May 1928

alone. He denies that killed Mrs. It is staled that Mr. Wilson is employed In London bank. —Renter. Mrs. Wilson was the wife Mr. Herbert Wilson, who formerly lived at Workington, Cumberland. Mr. was a director of Cammell. Laird, and Co., and the Workington

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

19 Nov 1844

building yard of Mr. Laird, a fine new iron frigate is now building. The model, lines, and workmanship of this vessel are excellent, Mr. Laird, who has had considerable experience in the construction of iron vessels, having devoted his almost undivided

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

19 Oct 1839

Yiialbcho will by the following eminent AniaU ; VOCALISTS. Mr*. A. TtM'I.MIN, late Kakvy Wooiuiam, Mia* I.UCOMBK-, ami Mr. JOHN PARKY, Who will sing a variety popular Italiar. and Knglish (.‘ompoaitiona. Mr. RICHARDSON, Profesme at the Royal Academy of Musk,

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

10 Mar 1838

for on Thursday. consist* of Sir rt l*eel. Sir 11. (*amplK*ll, Mr. I’lumptre, Mr. Collier, Mr. I’arrott, Major Scarlet, Mr. Childirrs, laud Ashley. Mr. Henry F. Berkeley, Mr. ilaillie, and Mr. llarland—si* Ctmaervalive» and five liberals. Tlic Carlow eommitUv

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

22 Apr 1911

the proposition of Mr. Prout. 'wounded by Mr. Webb, Mr. flew wow unanimously elected chairman ; and, poiesl by Mr. Teylor• seconded-by Mr. Pride, Mv. J. W. iardner was at unanimowily elected chairman for the ensuing veer.-- Mr. Crew, on reeunting

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

19 Aug 1905

Lieut. P. C. R.N.. Mr. F. H. B. Champain, Rev. J. N. B. (son*). Sirs. Hill, Mrs. Tanner (daughter*). Sir. M. Tanner, Captain Hill Mrs. Champain (daughter-in-law), 'Mis' Champain (sister-in-law), Mtss Ram-ay, Mrs. Whittle, and Mr. Coghill. Very many

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

15 Aug 1905

Architects. His knighthood was conferred on the occasion of King Edward's Coronation as a recognition his work on. behal'f of the Royal Navy. MR. G. A. EVERITT. The death took place at Hall, Warwickshire, on Sunday, of Mr. George Allen Everitt. in his year.

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

14 Oct 1863

laid that he desired pesos, hot that he reckoned on his people to it should be impomble to rnsintAin it. Man. B• 0 ROLM, AT SOTTO CAVA.— Oa Friday, at the Hall Police-court, Mrs. Maria Cooke, • married lady, was again placed at the har, on renund charged

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

22 May 1934

T.C. GAINS HIS REVENGE THE chief event at Hurst Park to-day was won by O.T.C. when he beat Belfry and Bleu de Roi 11. for the Strawberry Hill Plate. He was just beaten in this event last year. —THAMES PLATE of £200; ore mile. THE SAGE (Mr T Halse) H 1

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Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette.

Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette Gloucestershire, England

26 Feb 1827

which might hold of his top coat, and dragged him between them. Hi■ body was almost literally torn asunder by the middle; and his heart and some of its accompaniments were hanging orer a dreadful gash across the lower part of his breast. kits left arm

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

26 Sep 1840

Nectarines, let. Mr. Win- Matter; 3d, Mr. R. J. Brown ?Plums, Ist. Mrs. Wm. Bowly ; 2d. Mr. Joseph Wood. Honorary.? Fear*. Mr. Jos. Wood and C. Lawrence, Esq.?Apples. Mrs. and Mr. Jan. Wood. Sm-omd CiAui.?Ni;RKKVMKN.? Dahlias, best and best 12, Mr. Caullev;

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

4 Feb 1928

that he was dying. Lady Haig was not staying at the house the time but Mr. and Mrs. Jameson, his brother-in-law and sister and Captain Haig, his brother were present. STRAIN OF WAR YEARS. Earl Haig saw a doctor few days ago regarding his physical condition

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

12 Nov 1910

Friday. Apologies for absence were an amine by the Chairman from laird St. Aldwyn. Mr. Henry Terrell. K.C . M.P., Mr. K. V. Vassar-Smith, Mr. Lvneh. Mr. R. A. aster. Ven Archdeacon Stohell. and Mr. SbefßeW Blakeway (the Town Clerk), Apologies wire also received

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

30 Jan 1928

occurred very quickly and be did not realise that he was dying. Lady Haig was not staying at the house at the time but Mr. and Mrs. Jameson, his brother-in-law and sister and Captain Haig, his brother were present. STRAIN OF WAR YEARS. Earl Haig saw a doctor

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

20 Jan 1892

alike two lay hernia Mr. Hyland sad Mr. Clattertssek. Oa the nerd veto Snag terra the 11=were—Clatterimsk 7, Masi 5. The Adrenals Mr. Outtakes& Mir. _sieriboil.—Mr. Tear- Mad and Mr. Gad saodes at the mistier Hear, former that Mr. was &sided to We Hr

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

20 May 1843

Ist, Mrs. Walters: 2d, C. B. Hunt, Esq.- Rhubarb, Mrs. Walters. Ncrssbvmkn Class.— Tulips, 12 blooms Ist. Mr. Hodges, Cheltscnham; 2d, Mr. Ryder—Stove or Greenhouse Plants Ist, Mr. Hodges, Cheltenham: 2d, Mr. Hurlston, Cheltenham.—Geraniums: Ist, Mr. Hodges

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

10 Oct 1846

Forest, who writes for himself and others, states—“ that ihcv had heard his lordship had withdrawn his support from liie, but they did not kno-x exactly -why, but the fact of his having done so, seemed to them to destroy every remaining hope of mv reelcction

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