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6 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Gwynedd, Wales
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Barmouth & County Advertiser

Barmouth & County Advertiser Gwynedd, Wales

10 Aug 1892

there go the greenbacks!) Mr. Cheerer tried to bellow in his agony. To sate his life he couldn't do it. Scr-cr-cr-atch ; clink, clink (Box and all.) Mr. Cheerer burst the bonds of his terror, and a howl came forth as he threw his pillow at the closetdoor

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Barmouth & County Advertiser

Barmouth & County Advertiser Gwynedd, Wales

28 Mar 1894

of the late Mr. Wright. to the editorial chair. Mr. Wright resigned his office last month in consequence of hie long continued illness, though his retirement was not publicly announced, and the proprietors of the paper at once appointed Mr. Doney to take

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Barmouth & County Advertiser

Barmouth & County Advertiser Gwynedd, Wales

9 Jan 1902

was made to Mr and Mrs Petrels on beoalt of lb. tenantiy. The Castle patty took their places eningede the committee to charge of the pree.ut• allot,— Mr J. It is, Sr, Mi eutiereol, Nommen awl eshiodunte ; Mr Jetties lieottersoa, Oulmtiru; Mr W. Allen, Sitteohem

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Barmouth & County Advertiser

Barmouth & County Advertiser Gwynedd, Wales

3 Aug 1892

bed was his father ! This was the robbery his mother said had taken place the night his father had died, and Layton—Layton who had taunted Mr. Redcliffe at the funeral—had done it. What for--what did he want ? What had he taken? The seal his mother had

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Barmouth & County Advertiser

Barmouth & County Advertiser Gwynedd, Wales

23 Sep 1891

Mies Bagg, do Miss Mecacts, do Mr Edington, du Mr Adams, Dublin Mr Yeates, do Mr and Mrs Mason, Lancashire Mr Box, do The Mizses Hall, Birmingham Mrs Townend, Wakefield Mrs Lea, do Mr and Mrs linttertield, Wakefield Mr and View article

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Barmouth & County Advertiser

Barmouth & County Advertiser Gwynedd, Wales

4 Jul 1894

obtains the full value of his grain, the system of marketing is extremely primitive and trustful. We are indebted to Mr. Peckham, a settler in Victoria, for the perusal of a manuscript upon farming in that colony. His brother is Mr. Thomas Peckham, of OakwoOd

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