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  • For Years: 1850 - 1899

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Christchurch Times

Christchurch Times Hampshire, England

20 Dec 1890

THE LATEST AMUSEMENT FOR LAIRDS enr—The Inter-ha. of Me Central Criminal Pint Lady : Oh, pilierman, which are the dal% pieta+ ? Policeman : Any of the Beata b,hind the counaeL First L. But we can't see the face of the prisoner there. We only get • side

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

25 Jan 1890

placed the top of the condemned’s head, and another in a large shoe on one of his feet; his arms will then be strapped across his breast, and similar strap placed around his ankles. He will then be placed a chair, and the straps will attached hooks provided

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Southern Echo

Southern Echo Hampshire, England

3 Mar 1897

agate ten to Mr F Borades, Mr W G Gower w oct a, sec mad mower. sad F Dm*, M Ember. • Hay. A E Mbee. W LOW , . and F Freemen.. In conjunct.an with the tfEcers. art' term the comet:nee. Mr A Ray arnoiated mike.. and the woe edam ..ffe-ed hi, a. hon umpire

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Christchurch Times

Christchurch Times Hampshire, England

31 Jul 1869

visit Woad. Tax el*, Crust& awl LADY Dom, relict et Mr Ike, at a berms Is peribiusleg at Taa Dawn of Robe% the tiaatges, sweat to 44:111 k IL Amounts* to a Jesuit's the ameba of that stet has doubled UM. Isom? saws Met Mr. Colima, proviseisl takes Her Mom*

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

25 Jun 1892

MR. H. BO'rTOMLEY AND HIS CREDITORS. At the London Bankruptcy Court on faraday, Mr. Registrar Gifford granted leave to bold the new first meeting of the creditors of Mr. Horatio Bottomley to enable him to propose a scheme providing for the carat of creditors

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

27 Oct 1866

Australia, Mr and Mrs. Anderson came off the Mechanics Sydney, Aujitsf 20. 1866. institute. These entertainments are highly popular, and Lady,—l hope these few lines will find your lady(hc Professor has patronised and performed in the hi,,, Mr. and Mrs. Kadcliffe

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

31 Aug 1878

news from Egypt. The Khedive means to pay his debts-if he can, and as I r 1 I . , s.a . . . . .. a proof of his sincerity has signified his intention of making over his vast private estates for the benefit of his creditors. It seems scarcely worth while

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Portsmouth Times and Naval Gazette

Portsmouth Times and Naval Gazette Hampshire, England

18 May 1867

N., Cuptnin Armytage, R.N., Captain G. Wodehonse, li.N., Colonel Loyd Lindsay, Sir James Elphinstone, Mr. John Laird, M.P., Mr. W. H. Eaton, M.P., Mr. Bramley Moore, and several others. In addition to the trials made on previous occasions, some very i

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

19 May 1866

(namely, Mrs. Richards. Mr-' M-'or, ftfn Pin< !. t. Vi-- Wimfrcd Sun- Miss Edith Moberly, and Miss Annie Moberly.) Tho Mourners with crape scarves namely. Rev. Thomas Keble, Mrs. Thomas Keble. Rev. T. Keble, Jun. Mrs. Provost, Miss Keble, Mrs. T. Keble

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

14 May 1887

year sweet semeeekaship I begin is way for hi. ratans. I I .WI Melees .afar Meals year thrsights tram me—evat d • bi. . T vary had d each Maser w basally ammo ear imam It is mw ahosticia. It is sympathy his sad his yismares me temper es slas=v agit I ham

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Southern Echo

Southern Echo Hampshire, England

19 Dec 1891

wife,who had run away^from’ mdrohM him years ago. The constable did his duty iu spite of the angry protssts tbs lady, who daoiarsd uot only had never aeon her eelf.atyled hnahand betora, hot not married all. “How dan yon deny that yon ana my wife?” eontinoed

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

28 Apr 1888

bo sync by thy following Altar, Muir plate, alma desk, altar desk altar linen, Mr. O. Patenson ; altar yinna and candlestick, Mrs. Dawson I: amore alma, bag and leitsrn. Lady Mary Come pelyit, !Lev. cliflord Hawk. ; lint, Broadstone Offertory; chancel standard

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

17 Dec 1892

have quill pen steel one? Mr. Gladstone declared emphatically in favour of a quill. An excellent story ia told of British aoldier in Egypt His colonel, observing him one morning wending his way with fine Egyptian rooster in his arms, halted him to know

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Aldershot Military Gazette

Aldershot Military Gazette Hampshire, England

29 Mar 1890

reply to Mr. Kendall Moore, who defended, said sbe had the half-crown for her fare Separate in her pocket, so as not to have to open her bag and hsr purse.—Mr. Moore submitted that was not probabla his client, needy man. committed the theft.—Mr. Corner

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Southern Echo

Southern Echo Hampshire, England

16 Dec 1891

THE HOUSEHOLD. he did not come his room Monday morning asked his footman if anything had happened to him, hearing that one had seen him that morning, went deceased's room, and on dnsviug the blind, found deceased lying on his face die floor, close to the

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

21 Jul 1883

Mr. F. K. Benson, Mr. R A Mr. A IT. Evans, 51r. J. H. Fort. 5Tr. E. P. Mr. F. __ Mr. C. T. MnHgnwc, Btnrirl.<, Mr. F. L. Norris, Mr. O. S. S. Vidal. Tickets may obtained from Mr. Wells, lM»k-a«dJ*‘r, C«»llege-str<-et; M«i-ar«. and Johnn<»n, High-street;

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Portsmouth Times and Naval Gazette

Portsmouth Times and Naval Gazette Hampshire, England

22 Dec 1855

the horse r 1 Mr. Drummond, mill-wrhjht, the person who i ! with the accident, at first stepped forward j the horse, but, fearing danger, started hastily ( Mr. was lad bearing a upon Ills shoulder. Upon the sharp edge »* instrument Mr. Drummond unfortunately

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

30 Jun 1883

Mr. A. Blundeu, US.Qacen’s-road, Brighton, Mr. E. Enfield, Eufleld-terrsce, Qraveecad; Mr. J. Ellis, Seigats, Mr. F. C. Kighatt.T, risgtnsr-terrsoe. Gosport, Mr. M. Hobson, Uocklej Mouse, AJresford, and Mr. H. 8. Hill. FRUIT and FLOWER DEPARTMENT. This

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

28 Jun 1890

hamlet,” pursues his pastoral The name is said b» Mr. Downs “Very aptly describe iU physical sspeot-tbat Is, eleratsd plain pierced Tallsya” After the Conquest, Hushenden was (rantsd to the cwlebrated Odo, Bishop of Bureaux, rererting upon his downfall to

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Portsmouth Times and Naval Gazette

Portsmouth Times and Naval Gazette Hampshire, England

21 Dec 1861

. Ditto, l.datera .. oi tViuMr. James Amlcrton, of New Bridge-street, and Common Councilman, who is in his year, Friday enrol lea himself and was sworn private in the Workmen's Third City of Loudon Rifles. Mr. Auderlon served for seveittl years

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