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

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  • County: Hampshire, England
  • For Years: 1750 - 1799

Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

3 Apr 1780

this piper; Mr. Ford, bookfcller, Southampton Mr. Mottley, bcokfeller, Portfmouth} Mr. Dawkins and Mr. Harding, Iters, Gofport} Mr. Jaques, bookfellcr, Chichefttr Mr. Coot, bookfellcr, at Famham } Mr. Erule and Mr. Slurch, Newport, Wight; Mr. Palmer, f

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

13 Mar 1780

their commands. Mr. P. NEWBOLT, Druggiit in ite Pent-houfe, Wincbef. ter, declined bufinefs, returns thjnlc* to his friends /or the favours conferred on him and at tht Cm* time takes liberty to rcqoeft a continuance of, them to Mr. his fucceffor. * PORTSM

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

17 Aug 1778

Common afoiefaid, in the feveral occupations of Mr. Laird, Mr. Trok. and Mr. Emry. LOT 11. Three FREEHOLD MESSUAGES, fituate oMc fame fide Frederic-ftreet, the occupations cf Mr. Pratt, Mr. Cox, and Mr. Scorey. LOT 111. Four FREEHOLD MESSUAGES, on weft-fide

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

6 Mar 1780

GOATER, PI umber and Glazier, takes this method acquainting his friends, the friends late Mr. Brook*, an, deceafed, and the public in-encral, has taken and entered on tht STOCK and , the Mr. Brookmcn, at No. 68, in the High- Street, and hopes, by attention

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

26 May 1798

Counsellor Calbcck, Mr. Verschoylc, and another, w ere for confining it such parts of the county as Fingal, &c. which recently appeared to be agitated by sedition, and noctural outrage. —This was opposed by Mr. White, Mr. Finlay, Mr. Swan, and several

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

26 Jun 1786

are, Mr. and Mrs. Graeme and family Mr. and Mrs. Haverham and family Captain* Powell and Leith ; Mr. Kneller, Mr. Laird, Mr. Howarth, Mr. D-war, Mr. Walrer, and Lieutenant Budworth, from Midras; Mr. one Council; Mr. aud

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

21 Jul 1798

to bathe ; Lady Elgin and his sister. Lady Charlotte Bruce, arc inconsolcable for their loss. An unfortunate accident happened yesterday evening : a fine girl of three years old, fell out of a three pair of stairs window, at the house of Mr. Carey, li

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

4 Nov 1776

offer of their «rh under the dirccAion the r.gent Lieutenant with Lieutenant Laird fcfifc in the moft f tiguing parts the debarkation the conveyance of the artillery, has maiked his for tne King's in a particular manner.— were appointed to take in number

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

12 Feb 1776

brought the defendant in Guilty. On Sunday died, at his houfe Bromley in Kent, the lady Sir Sidney Stafford Smyihe, one of the Baroas of his Court of Exchequer. Yefterday evening died Counfellor Lucas, at his chambers in King's Bench Walks, the Temple. He

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

15 Oct 1796

Macdonald, Right Honourable late laird* Fortefcue, Right Honourable Montford, Kiglit Hon. late Vili.o»ntefs Iky and Ward, Rigfit Hon. Lady Dowager Falmouth, Right Hon. Lady Dowager Fortefcue, late Right Hon. Lady Dowager Grantley, Lady Apprece, Sir John Coghitl

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

25 Sep 1780

the occupation of Mr, Matters. LOT 111. One other large and commodious Freehold DWELLINGHOUSE, adjoining Lot a, and in the occupation Mr. Laird. N. B. The above premifes are remarkably and well built. For particulars apply to Mr. William AugufVus

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

18 Aug 1777

feveral occupations of Mrs. Blackwell, Mr. Laird, Mr. Chilton, and Mrs. Arnold. Thefe houfts are ali built with the beft materials, and the very beft manner, and each houfc has anattick ftory in front. For Particulars enquire Mr; Thomas Twynam, builder

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

25 Aug 1777

feveral occupations of Mrs, Blackwell, Mr. Laird, M«.Ct.itt.m, and Mrs. Arnold. 'I houfes arc all ths bed materials, and the very beft nsamver, and each anattick ftoiy in front. Particulars quire Mr. Thomas Twynam, builder, in ; Mr. William Bcttefworth

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