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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

21 Jun 1906

n of his services to biological science, and of his straitened circurasianaes Mr. George Barnett Smith: In addito his existing pension of .£BO, in consideration of his services to Utersture, and of his inadequate means of support . Mrs. Katherine

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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 Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

6 Feb 1913

the fact that always wore his clogs in Hi© pulpit. Sine© his wife died, many years ago, had lived alone, done hi® own cooking, and made all his own clothing—not only the garments, but the material which they wore composed. The Zoo’s Biggest Glutton. Until

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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

7 Nov 1846

LowndM-Mreel, the Hon. Mr*. of * ton.—-t>n the 2yiholt. »t F»«mrifld houM?. Intern****. North Britain, the lady of G. 'V. Denys, K»q. eldest »on of Mir M'. Deny*. lUrt. of a daughter—ln Haikm-street Meat, Delcrave-aquare. on the .iOth. the lady of Colonel Charles

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

26 Aug 1816

their guns, Mr. K. was stooping to pick up his bird, when Mr. F. gun which was placed across his arm, was dischaigut (whether by the string of his whistle, pr any sudden action of his clothes, it ■s .mposs. .o say), the shot took effect in Mr H. l and a

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

23 Nov 1907

hie Lady Cunon, iiir John »rnl I July Ami. Sir Kenneth Muthrnon. Mr. and Mi'». t'aveudt&h-lteutinvk, whiU* m nwre days Karl GranviEo ami Mr. were among l.iboial aiateunmi onlrrlmued there by VVatcrtord- Mr. liledatow-, who was cccompunivil by Mr*. Gladstone

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

11 Oct 1824

What authority, Sir, had you beat them at all Prisoner—l was authorised by Mr. Cheap my employer.—Mr. Bcnett—Then, Sir, neither you nor Mr. Cheap had any such authority.—Mr. Renett then addressed himself some of the parish-officers of Shoreditch who were

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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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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

13 Jun 1903

-‘alhridge. Dorset: he's, laird Mon• < 1 ):• m'-icn; John Bryan-♦one Dairy. Blandford; and Mr. «}. A. Cooper. Horsley Park. Winchester; e. Lady Thornycroft, Sirvnc. I.'V • Sir C;truerou Gull. Bt.. Fnlslutu Moure. Yattenden. Berks; Mr. . Keys* - . Alderniattoti

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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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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

18 Mar 1916

Spencer, Mrs. Memel'. Mrs. Kennedy. liemereativei in politics, and chairmen 14 the Church Lectere Hall a mete% of the lountt Mr. A. C. Dyer and • number of soldiers 1 whets the Rev. O. Goodman Crockett (vicar) Mra. flumun. Refroshmente Mrs. je e .f ee

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

30 Aug 1926

«K II, * , V BRITISH LEGION FETE. Various other winners were: Cake, Mr. A. Ward; rabbits and hutch, Mr. Kerley, Havant; cushion, Mr. George Barnes; doll, D. Ellis; leg of nutton, Mr. S. Barnes; sixpenny entrance ticket, winnipg number 0340; threepenny

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

13 Sep 1841

George 111 —His Majesty, in passing over the Wiltshire Downs, admired the stature, healthiness, and costume of the Wiltshire shepherds; and on his return to Windsor directed the manager of his farm to procure one. Application was made to his (Mr. Skurtay’s)

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

27 Dec 1902

that time the talk of all Paris. the death of her husband, whom not all his patent medicines had been able to save from the effects of overwork, excitement, and whiskey. Mrs. Odgers, his sole legatee, had come straight to Europe with the intention of securing

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

4 Oct 1902

news was imparted to the aged family piper, who shook his head sorrowfully at the news and sighed : Ka, nu. he’ll never recover. It’s decreed that Seaforth maun outlive all his three sons.” And soon his words proved true. few days later tiding* came of the

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

12 Apr 1907

Alice Delvin (owner»; fourth rare. Mr. . Dawtrev's Highgate (Mr. H. ..iin rare. Mr. H. Little May (Mr. \V. A. V\e»»ton(. sixth rare. Mr. R. Sadler's Minneh.aha (Mr. Nutt). arc now that Sir will t»» Ik» his country scat in Yorkshire about three weeks hcucc

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

23 Jul 1904

rreenue a* - date £6 f».. and Thomas Bolland wa»> cksntrj priest. .Mr W F, G. Sprancer. Fres-ideut of the C’uS, thanks on behalf hiiii9»if and hi« fellos*vjnenjber« Mr. Shore for his Pape'-, which, said. Ins listened with great interest, and it appeared

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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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