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  • County: Gloucestershire, England
  • Type: Miscellaneous

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

15 Apr 1935

Gilnin 8 12 Decorator J Simrns) Digbv 8 12 Roney Plaza Gorman) Easterb.v 8 9 Lady Midge (M Benson) M Hartigan 8 9 Wordsworth (Sir Alfred Butt) Fk Butters 8 9 Lady Warden f. (Mrs R Cates) McVittie 8 9 Starlight (Miss J Clayton) Cannon 8 9 Tell Tale f. (H

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Type: Miscellaneous
Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

23 Apr 1861

praised their beauty. He oberved a violin, begged a tune of the laird and of course was pleased. Walking with him, and seeing his planting operations, he cried How happy are you, Mr. Rose, who can enjoy these peaceful occupations, when the country

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Type: Miscellaneous
Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

10 Nov 1900

C.H. in 1895. An elderly lady named Mrs. Septimus Berdmore, of Carlisle Mansions, Westminster, was burned to death on Saturday night. Her maid was awakened her mistress’s screams, and bnrried to her room, and found tho old lady in flames. These were quickly

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

20 Sep 1924

on the links the boy was later seen his father, but outdistanced him. When finally captured the boy was in filthy condition, with his hair several inches long and his clothes ragged and dirty. It was stated that his mother died when was a baby. He had

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

2 Aug 1905

10s. 2d. gross and £7,501 4s. Id. net. Mr. Francis Thornloe, of Wallbrook House, Longhope, Gloucester, who died on the 15th February last, appointed as his executors his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Mary Thornloe; his son, Mr. Francis Thornloe, of Longhope, solicitor;

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

21 Jul 1906

between Mr. (Black and Mr. P. Martin at Los Angeles Club, California, U S A. Double Corner (9—14). A—lnto the Bristol. B—Setting a trap, c—Caught napping. GAME Played between Mr. J. Matthews Mr W M'Cailum, Johannesburg. Laird and Lady (11 15

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

25 Jul 1908

player must consider all the pieces the board in his calculation. If the details escape his notice, he will fail to i reason correctly. The game requires the full scope of the checker player's mind and his constant attention. Players learn to reason step

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

20 Jan 1934

A. Bonnet Laird; Bird Songs Imito. 6:—Time Signal from Greenwich; Weather; News: Bulletin for Farmers. fi.2s:—lnterlude. C.3o:—With Vandals in North America, Mr. R. W. SkenG. 6.4s:—Welsh Interludes; Gwili: Strange Coincidences. 7.5-7.25:—Mr Pewter works

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

2 Jul 1904

16, 20. White.- Men. 21, 23, 27. 26; King, 2. Play proceeded a 9 follows: Notes Heffner on the above game At (a) Mr Bickum to weaken his game. Instead of 14, a better move would have been •10 15. This would have drawn without much mental effort. The crisis

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

23 May 1908

White :7. 11. 15. 17. 22. 30. K.: 10. White plav and win. 18 II 11 18 5 14 13 18 14 14 9 10 11 W. win*. GAME No. 308. The Laird and Lady. (11.15. 23.19, 8.11, >2 17. !).13). Score and notes from the Draught* World. ' Given a«i a loser in Robertson's

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