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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

20 Aug 1889

Thurs- day, at the invitation of Messrs. Laird, in- cluding, among others, Mr. W. Laird, Mr. J. Laird, and Mr. H. H. Laird, Mrs. J. Laird and Miss Laird, Mr. W. Laird's sons and daughters, Mr.

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

21 Sep 1871

water. On his Royal Highness perceiving tbat there was no chance of tbe dog bringing the stag to tbe side, be fired his rifle at the animal, killing it instantly, and immediately, on handing his rifle to his yager, he divtsted himself of his clotbing,

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

18 Jan 1879

Bubens — Mr. Julius A. Carey. Claude dv Val— Mr. Harold S. Carey. Spanish LadyMrs. Adolphus Carey. Gentleman of Distinction — Mr. Charles Egerton Carey. Mary Stuart — Mrs. Charles Egerton Carey. Andalusian Peasant — Mr. Frank Carey. Mary Stuart — Mrs. Frank

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

14 Sep 1871

G. Collmg-s Lady, period of Louis Quinze. Mr W. Collings Venetian Page. Mr C Conrau Cavalier, George IV., period. lbs. H. MacCulloch Esmeralda. Mr H MacCulloch Highland Laird. Monsieur Bertron Evening. Mrs. Henry 1 upper Evening dress. Mr. Henry Tupper

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

18 Oct 1873

h gentlemen. Frederic Lemercier wears a superb pin in his cravat— a pin worth 2,000 francs: he wears rings or. his fingers, br&ioques to his watch chain ; he is decidedly handsome, -.hough his nose turns ap a Uttle, and 'jo has a somewhat impertinent

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

16 Jun 1891

station this summer, and again entrusted their order to Messrs. Laird. This new steamer was launched from the Birkenhead Ironworks on Satur- day last, and was named the Ibex, Mrs. John Laird performing the christening cere- mony. The Great Western Railway

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

31 Dec 1885

around. A Guernsey Fisherman with his creel was very diligent in his attempt to catch the little fishes who floated about, and was smartly followed in the chase by Fred Archer, the famous jockey, resplendent in his well-known colours. A most imposing

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

27 Mar 1888

author whom Mr. Dishart, the Auld Licht minister, could never abide. Tammas was not at that time an Auld Licht. He kept his purchase from Chirsty, his wife ; but she saw a deterioration setting in, and told the minister of her suspicions. The way Mr. Dishart

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

14 Dec 1886

duelling, and the other occupations of a gentleman who began his career when George the Third was King, occupied some portion of his time, there was never a Twelfth from that day to last August when his unerring gun did not do execution in the North. What is

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

10 Sep 1891

invitation of the Directors, Field-Marshall Sir Lintorn and Lady Simmons, Mr. John Laird, (builder of the Ibex) who were present on a visit to Guernsey, and Mr. R. R. Bevis, Managing Engineer for Laird's, who has been in their employ for 40 years, and who came

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

20 May 1879

testator leaves to his nephew, Charles Steer, his house in Queen .* ->ne-street, with the furniture ana effects ; £xc,ooo each upon trust for his said nephew Charles Steer, and his nieces, Mrs. Sophia Ann Edmonds, Mrs. JaneDunkin Harford, Mrs. Eli/a Jackson

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

1 Aug 1889

on his retirement from the Newhaveu and Dieppe Continental Route, in recognition of his unvarying kindness and courtesy in the discharge of his duties as captain of the various vessels under his command, heartily wishing him every suc- cess in his new

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

26 Mar 1885

that the most refined nation should, as in the modern earring, retain relics of a ruder mental con- dition, is, as Mr. Taylor remarks in his • Early History of Mankind (1865, p. 2), One of the many cases iv which the result of progress has not been positive

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

8 Jun 1872

required overhauling quite as much this one did. Ultimately, Mr. Whitmore, Mr. Lydale. and Mr. Saunders, the trustees, were requested to add the names of tho chairman, Mr. Murray Brown, and Mr. Kibton Turner, to their nomber, and to wind up tbe affairs

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

17 Apr 1875

. „ Lady Don Wa.uc_ope— Fancy dress, powdered hair, diamond Ornaments. Lady Ramsay of Bamff— As Lady leasle— Dress of rich white satin, handsomely trimmed with Brussels point lace and pearls ; hair pow- dered : ornaments diamonds and pearls. Lady Edmonstone—

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

6 Jan 1900

engineer Mr. ?? bravely standing at his p >st and telegrq . . back to the Captain, although the ve>-e. i u- fast settling down. This I thought _. ; -- cularly brave act which should be ree l rden. The second engineer, Mr. Dennis, ?? -ties. to his post until

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

22 Dec 1887

flung the whole out of the window. Mr. Bronte, father of the famous authoress, was wont to work off his irritability by firing pistols out of his back door. You should bear with me, said a violent-tempered old laird to his servant, for if lam angry my

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

30 Oct 1886

Eliot Norton. The preface states that Mr. Carlyle was for many years, particularly during his early manhood, an industrious letter-writer. Many of his letters have been preserved and are in the possession of his niece, Mrs. Alex- ander Carlyle. It is at her

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

30 Jun 1888

(1827), 16 gs.-Mr. Bell. Lady Mary Foley, (1828), 44 gs. — Mr. Barclay. Florence 4th, of Les Vauxbellets, (1827), 18i gs.— Mr. Woodbeck. Lady Ethel 3rd, (3089), 60 gs.— Mr. G. Long. Dairy Maid 3rd, of Les Vauxbellets, (1871), 14| gs.-Mr. Day. Lady Annie Foley

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The Star

The Star Guernsey, Guernsey

24 Jan 1880

Heyward, Mrs. Grace, Mr. T. Can*, Mr. T. Turner. Mr. J. Biirringham. Mr. T. Knight, Mr. P. Robin, and [Mr. W. Head, also gifts of clothing, fur- niture, fruit and vegetables from several Ladies and Gentlemen. The Guernsey Industrial Home for Girls in ac- count

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