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The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette Gloucestershire, England

21 Jan 1911

It was at the Manse of Fyvie that the present Archbishop of York was born, his father being the parish minister; and it was from the then laird of Fyvie that Dr. Lang got his Christian names of Coemo Gordon. -----:0 : _--__ Tex LABOUR Dunn. With the two

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

24 Dec 1879

MR. GLADSTONE AND HIS CRITICS. Mr. Gladstone has mitten following to a gentleman in Edinburgh who called his attention to criticisms by Mr. Balfour, MP, eau statements in refereuce to the Conservative Government's gnaws of the Abyssinian war. Mr. Bailouts

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The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette Gloucestershire, England

13 Jan 1877

Th• will of Mr. John Broughton, lets of Peterborough, who died the 24th of May last, =azthe lib Deonnter by Mrs. Sarah the widow, and George Wyman, the notelere, the peremeal estate being morn under 145,000. TM testator gins to hi. wife all his real anon

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

21 Oct 1845

Hutchinson) Mr. Grativicke's Stomacher, 4 yrs, est 2lb (H. Bell) Mr. Most yit's General Pollock, 5 yrs, 7st lillb ( Marlow) Colonel Peel's 1-ammot-aware, aged, 7st 91b (S. Mann) Mr. Skvrrati.'s Intrepid, 4 yrs, Ist 71b. (Whitehouse) Mr. Clifton's Nottingham

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

11 May 1923

LAIRD'S BRFDE CARRIED OVER CASTLE THRESHOLD. Many customs were carried out when Air. Charles Edmonstone, the new laird of Duntreath Castle, Blaneficld, Olaagow. brought home his bride, niece Lady Realty. , . . An oat cake was broken over the heads of

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The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette Gloucestershire, England

22 Jan 1876

box was found in the store. house, and Mr. It. J. Corti*, the agent of the line, was nettled. He directed Mr. Perry, the dookmaster, to report the matter to the polio* authorities, which wee accordingly done, and Mr. Perry was referred to the Bureau of

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

13 Feb 1904

V.W.H. REPOSITORY, SWINDON, Monday, February 22nd, ]tail. Mr. T. HOOPS DEACON Will hold his next LARGE STUD SALE of about 60 HUNTERS, HACKS, HARNESS HORSES, COBS, and PONIES, on the abuse date. Entries Include : 5 HORSES, the property of C. Harding, Esq

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

16 Nov 1842

have The it ~,;bide hi th e called hint from his bed; it often slog time before the my atlonseY. Mr. ts'eumMtoperation could be p:rformed • it was its consequence of vim of being wanted soußen, th at he Wept there; he mat!: au Mr. at ne reside I instrument

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

21 Feb 1835

2s. 9d. each, at the CHRONICLE OFFICE, GLOUCESTER, u-here Wholesale IhaUrs supplied by Mr. Prockter, Druggist, Mr. Alder, Uruntist, Mr. Hingston, Druggist, and Mr. Moss, Druggist, Cheltenham; from whom also, and from Messrs. Matthews and (»ardner. Grocers

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

9 Nov 1844

the value of a-year. His liabilities amount to upwards of £l5OO, and Mr. Holme*, who opposed his passing, stated that his allairs were in such slate that not one farthing could be made available for tho benefit of his creditors. Mr. Stone, the other hand

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

23 Jun 1838

Bedchamber : Lady Harriet Clive. I.sll)Caiolineßarringion. lady Theresa l)igby. Lady Charlotte Copley. Hon. Mra. Brand. 'V icomitess Forbes. Lady Gardiner. lion. Mrs. Campbell. The Gold Stick The Master of of the Lib. Guards the flora. ; in wailing; his Coronet

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

14 Oct 1905

his .e. >f t-hhis l>d. said, in an-ws-r to Mr. Vat hi wrote and told him business ■d that he should advertise, t wan not lopuh.r d any he, -o dealini-’. hors.s bought

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

19 Nov 1926

and went to Singapore. George Bott ceased to exist ami met Apsley, who had (‘ome out. laird and Lady Apsley censed to exist and became Mr. and Mrs. Janies. They went to Perth and took land under the married couples scheme in Western Australia, the wliole

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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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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

22 Apr 1936

Epsom to-day, when the Hon. G. Wellesley s His Reverence, won the City and Suburban Handicap from L.ady Nuttalls Guinea Gap. second favourite, Kippon or, finished third. the same distance Chester last ye.tr His Reverence gave Guinea (Jap 3l!>. .«iiii three

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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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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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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

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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