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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

4 Nov 1931

and Mr. Singleton. K.C.. and Mr. Wilfrid Lewis were counsel 'or Lord Kylsant in the oppcni, and Sir William Jowitt, K.C. (the Attorney- Con 1) and Mr. Eustace Fulton were for the Crown, Lord Kylsant again arrived at the Law Courts early with his solicitor

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

16 Jan 1843

LOS/10N AUENTS: Mr. Barker, 33, Plect-atreet ; .ewton and Co., Warwick square; Mr. lie., nett, 42, Chaucer} ; Mr. C. Hammond, 21, Lulu. aru-street ; Iluneer,Tnartes Ann, Holborn; Mr. C. Mkteltell. N.. lr, twat -gun urt, F.eet Sam,; Mr. /dead %V albrook

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

4 Oct 1910

will reassemble very soon after Mr. Asquith's return to town the 10th mst. I have previously intimated, the meetings will in all probability h. Id at No. 10. Doi ing-street. Considerable importance is attached here Mr. Balfour's visit to Balmoral, which

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

10 May 1879

received his death blow in the House of Commons. When Mr. Parnell and Mr. Biggar turned upon him, defied his authority, and derided his friendly relations with the House of Commons, he seemed to feel that his day was done. It is not three years since he

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

25 Mar 1837

nottce. thatosi the mil of May he will renew his motion for the Ladies Gallery ! It would well the Hon. Member attended little more dilieenllv to the interests his ; and not fritter awav the'time of the House with his ridicttlous crotchet. Toe —After the prevalenee

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

27 Jul 1861

ju-lifv i-harC'-' which Mr. Hhulsloue unde, and iMiileiide*l ih it tli--v wer- drawn from ilocmiK-nls w-liivh the geiiuinciiess had never U-cn •|iirslioue«l Dr.iiia llii.iiis>ht the ivnilnc.t of Mr. ttladstoiie as Minister the i'i-<.wn hi;-lilv ilil|«ro|s r

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Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser

Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser Gloucestershire, England

20 Jan 1862

and his wife visited the defendant at his house in Regent's Park, where he kept a very gond establishment, and several servants, including a men servant. lie showed Mr. Cross his title deeds of his prepertv abroad, and said he pail his steward 250/. a year

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Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser

Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser Gloucestershire, England

8 Feb 1869

seventh time of Sir Watkin Wynne, as member for Denbighshire. Nearly 500 were present. Mr. Laird, the member for Birkenhead; Mr. llsikes, the member for Chester ; and Mr. Wynne, the member for Montgomery borough, addressed the meeting. No HINO has transpired

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

12 Jul 1937

He had been in poor health for some time past and by his doctor's orders was unable to attend his wife's funeral. He died in his sleep. Though the head of a family of Scottish descent, he was from his youth closely associated with the life of Gloucestershire

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Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette.

Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette Gloucestershire, England

14 Feb 1842

HIS MAJEsTY THE. KING OF PRUSsIi We are Ml:wined that Ili* Majesty eadcred the harbour at Ostend shaartly after daybreak on Saturday morning, after exerhowing a delightful voyage. Ilia Majesty, shortly after his lending, wrote an autograph letter to our

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

17 Jul 1937

Burial Of His Countess The Chronicle regrets to announce the death of the Earl of Wemyss and March, of Stanway House, near Cheltenham, which occurred at Gosforth House, East Lothian, one of his Scottish seats, on Monday. He was in his 80th year. His death

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

13 Nov 1841

its close will show that the friends Mr. Coates were numerically more powerful than his opponents:—Mr. Evans, (mayor,) 141 Air. Jos. Coates, 131; Mr. Edward B. Wall, 116; Mr. John H. Glover, 108; Mr. (iratrex, 94; .Mr. Hallbrook, 78; Air. John Tyler, 73;

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

26 Jul 1843

The Arum was sot insured. There is a annular connected with the Rev. Mr. Mnenne By the wreck of the Forforsitin, sear the mon no; Glasgow lot two esteemed citizens, friends of the Re: Mr. M'Kensie, who on that mournful oceasitio, pre ac h, 4 their funeral

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

26 Dec 1844

Church, Joseph, eldest son of Mr. Do*4si»fH of Standish, i« Harriet, youngest daughter of Mr. Townsend, a Pmecster. Dee. 12, at Church. Mr. Wm. Smith, auctioneer, of Owen's street. Hereford, Charlotte, youngest daughter of Mr. Philip Bavhs. currier, of

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Stroud Journal

Stroud Journal Gloucestershire, England

25 Mar 1865

of the Prince Consort, by the eminent fraud. Be literally drew upon his imagination for his sculptor Mr. Thomas, will be about nine feet high, so records, and, in order to increase his fees, entered in the that the entire height of the memorial will be

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

20 Apr 1839

year. Lady relict «f Sir William Hicks, Bart. Same day, at his residence, Cuuway House, Charlton Kings, in the 53d year of his age. Sir Francis Ford, Hart, of the Island of Barhadoes. Same day, (after illness of three days from the decease of his beloved

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

29 Oct 1890

James's questions, Mr. Edison would bend his head forward for a second or two, till his chin touched his breast. The pupils of his light grey eyes might be seen moving, then be would suddenly look up, and with a fine open expression give his answer. I remember

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

9 Mar 1872

himself of the honorary privileges of the. club. Mr. Mortlock, of Oxford-street, let his windows to his friends free on Tuesday, but placed a collectingbox for St. Paul's Completion Fund. He collected £4l Ss. 3d. Mr. Robertson Gladstone's plan of publishing

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

26 Oct 1892

service in the States. In Tennessee a young lady succeeded in liberating him when he bad been taken prisoner, and this lady afterwards became his wife. He joined the ranks of the anti-English Irish to serve his mother country. Becoming accidentally aware

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

6 Dec 1919

nortUed out many “ the Mr. .owl her win his loan S,s akership. and his sportsexpenenee the . have mans notions of fair i-t. fn( , j|l IHted him for the (Wtst . wish hi,,, many years «f ™ emb f ii t la- House of Lords - and a* much golf hi- ,h-sir,-s ami deserve*

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