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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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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

27 Aug 1840

transferring it to his own, when, looking up, he suddenly caught the King’s eye, and discovered that lie had been perceived his Majesty. The fellow, aware, iu all probability, of the King’s character, hud the impudence to put his finger to his nose, and winked

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Stroud Journal

Stroud Journal Gloucestershire, England

28 Dec 1861

family of Mrs. Poley, Lady Getbin's mother. 1 have known Mr. Ellis for eight or nine years. He used to visit Mrs. P'.ley's family at Little • hampten. Sir Richard Gethin was living there part of the time. The intimacy between Mr. Ellis and Mrs. Polsy's

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Type: Illustrated
Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

15 Jun 1901

Scotland. Smith. Mrs. Broke. Park Villa, for London. Thoyls. Mrs , The Abbots, for Fsrnboro'iKh. Thoyls, Capt.. and Mias Tboyta. Tho Abbots, for Tjondon. Turner. Mrs. Hamilton. 18 Royal-parade, tor Ascot (June 17). Vssiisr-Sniilh, Mr. and Mrs., Charlton Park

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

4 Jul 1840

it was opposed by Mr. Ward, .Mr. Baines, Mr. O'Connell, ami Lord John Russell, and Mr. ami laird Teignmouth ! On a division it was negatived hv majority 111. No one can doubt Sir Robert Inglis’s /eal for the Protestant religion or his devotion to the Church

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

25 May 1892

presiding. Mr. SA ter Ids lialare, the lobo sod who bad rem. dared seek on asselleal programa* of meets, aid Mr. Matthews sod the Commit.* for baring the for so *mast swab(. Amaag shoo /resist, Is to Uses already ✓eed, were—Mrs. Bawd* lA.Mr, Mr.. Darby,

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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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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

29 Sep 1838

in Haris. Mis Lordship was in his year ; and his death creates a vacancy in the representative peerage Ireland, well in the colonelcy the Cavan Militia. The late Lord Farnhain succeeded to the titles, iVc. the death his cousin .Tohn .lames, the fourth

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

21 Sep 1839

Hastings hi* word honour, ” that no one was conuccled with (he husiuos but the ladies the Court. Lord Hastings to consult (he Duke Wellioglon ; but the Duke was not (hen Apaiey House. A between laird Hastings and Lord Melbourne ensued. In his tirsl letter

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

23 May 1846

and c wile ami sister; then ordered his servants to of gunpowder. e took ins ring from his linger, it to the servant, desiring him to take it to Mr. Br immediately fired the powder—thus destroying hi lamily, about thirty in number, who were blown the roots

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

9 Mar 1892

china are subordinate to Flora. A change for the better. Fifty years ago the host sharpened his knife, squared his elbows, and attacked the anatomy before him, his good wife at the head of the table doing the same by her viand, unless kindly relieved by

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

30 Jan 1845

the Rev. Charles Fanshawe, Vicar, Mr. Charles the Crown and Anchor Inn, Stonehouse. to Mr*. Mary Junes, widow of Mr. Jones, of the George Inn, Cambridge, in thi» county. Jan. 21. at Hempstead, the Rev. Thomas Jones. Mr. George Solomon Barton, formerly

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Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette.

Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette Gloucestershire, England

25 Mar 1865

Messrs. A thins.n. Bond•street ; Mr. Banger, 120, Oxford-street; and M eeeee . H money, 63, Onford-stivet ; Mew.. Bsralay,96, Far ringdon-etreet and all Chemists endPerromers n Town and Comity. Agent for Cheltenham : Mr. D. 01)305 , CbelOillt. LIVER COMPLAINTS

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

17 Jun 1843

the law, those who volunteer their advocacy of his cause rather too far, when they assume that his Majesty uf ilauuver is so thiu-skmued feel that an allusion parliament to his pension either insult his rank, or uu outrage Ins feelings. The UeraUl may

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

16 Feb 1842

The Chevalier de flanges, who Lad seemed lees tensions than his brother, followed her, gal Made the fanner believe her to be out of his mind. Ile followed her from chamber to chamber, with his /Mold drawn, and, Just as she Iva es• raping from the house

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

21 Aug 1845

Homend street. Ledbury, traveller, to Mrs. Morse, relict Mr. W. Morse, of Boulsdon Farm. Newent. Aug. 11. Ledbury. Mr. 8. Hunt, tailor, Mrs. Dix. relict of Mr. Dix, bell and paper hanger. Gloucester. Aug. 12, at St. Mary Lode Church, Gloucester, the Rev

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

9 Sep 1811

ftrperjury the Ecclesiastical Court tin re. Mr. Astell, gamekeeper to Earl Spencer, who was so cracliy wounded in protecting his J property, alb r lii’gering fortnight in pain, died Sunday night toe lodce m his Lonisliip’s park at Wimbledon. There are two

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

3 Jul 1906

conversation he expressed his satisfaction with the efforts made to secure ready lion of thi American victim; '■ friends found. The Gocppinger and Thompson latter is from Newcastle. STROUD AND DISTRICT. VOLUNTEER SHOOTING- The laird team shoot of Company

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

27 Sep 1913

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, at r.u. \ Principal Vocalist MR. GRAHAM SMART (of the Royal Choral Society), Baritone. Organists: MR. S. W. UNDERWOOD. F.R.C.0., MR. J. H. GURNEY. MR. M. POPPLESTONE, F.R.C.O. Conductor: MR. PERCY BAKER. F.R.C.0., L. T.C.L. Slid Choirmaster

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Type: Advertisement
Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

4 Nov 1916

s<'., Hi lo»i> Sunk Low it Scales ne»i aglan-;treet. 'CSovc^Ucr, *'■llinfton-st-eet. -Ot October, 81 - br iicsMai v { * d Mrt. d »u*htei R.N.R. ware tte Gable*. Furlong • Biiusin’ham of ' * J. FKok.-, Rapti.t Church. • the late Mr. • Beiinett. Mr*. October

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