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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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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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Hampshire Independent

Hampshire Independent Hampshire, England

4 Oct 1884

:—The Vicar, Miss Baker, Mrs. Brook, Mrs. Barham, Mrs. Wirt. Miss Rev. L. Corbett, Mrs. Morley, Mr.. Coggar. Mir Capt Evelegli, Miss File, Mrs. Ferry. the Misses Ford, Miss Gibe, , Miss Grant, Mrs. Harvey, Mrs. 11113.. r. Mrs. Langton (Gala:timber Home

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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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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 Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

5 Nov 1907

Dh, it don't matter rmteh about thirt.,* Mr. :»cobson replied smoothly ; just say the gc.n-omoa from Bloomsbury. his lordship will : rlersfuiKL” Tie fooUmui retired for nbont two nates. on came buck say that his lordship was ■t home. ' Oh. y View article

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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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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

6 Nov 1952

Before starting his crossexamination Mr. E. R. Makin, defending, told Lady Derby that Winstanley wished him (Mr. Makin) to say that he had the most extreme regret for what had happened. Lady Derby made no reply Replying to Mr. Makin. Lady Derby said she

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

23 Nov 1907

this ooulon- Ohambet mpplmnel. , l u„. H,.uMr. Mills,' Owtted Bill ot holds with rS,I .uld hwvo Mr. v.UdUon*', BUI b«rn lioni.' ml* Ir.'land. •' *‘ l the law bud »»», b*,.Bor,ls thou lairds do,id appbuse). ~f the eoun* showed thru the, g.iufr

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Hampshire Independent

Hampshire Independent Hampshire, England

16 Oct 1909

late Chief, Inchgoil's fai her. who hod offered him and hi. family an minium when they led from Italy after the triumph of Victor Emmanuel. Soon after his arrival at Inehmil the Count died; and his widow and ideate &ogler .rayed on the Cattle, for tie eery

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Bournemouth Daily Echo

Bournemouth Daily Echo Hampshire, England

27 Feb 1903

it. In order deprive Mr. Gordon of his little daughter, Mr. Gordon had been charged with conduct which any man any house the world would be* ashamed, and everyone in the couit hung over his words. li.using his voice. Mr. Duke his lordship consider the

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

24 Jun 1905

will V that Mr. TawaaliMid r*moorood tho •objoo* quite dokaokod. taw Boraaial waaocr.—hi» only iatoovot ta tvulT. roqofd lor Uo oamarßa. naalr. •o.l' afoot iobbCo otd lord, who hadboea tho tripod of his roath. But whoo th. troia t.roairht Lady Troror aad

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

20 Jul 1917

Coati's./ tres Calms Fig,. Es put his lairds to his month to forum a trumpet sad helloed loudly. A moment later feminine voice replied, sad be knew that after all be was to hare his isbarrios with Mathlyn. Calling oat his same and firing bee directions to

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

10 Mar 1944

this man, said Mr. years Last Friday was Maude in opening his speech, buried accrding to the ewlah for the defence. This man rites at Southsea, the mourners went into the box. standina. being Mr. and Mrs. W Podgur with his hands in his trouser (son and

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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 Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

25 Jun 1926

Ike. and Mrs. A. E. Edge, Mr. and Mrs. I)ownic, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Blagg, Mrs. and Mrs. Camphell-Wyndliain Long, Mr. and Mrs. 111tliaW Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Gates, Mrs. Montague Knight, View article

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Hampshire Independent

Hampshire Independent Hampshire, England

9 Jan 1871

several of the ship's stewards of the lien at our home ports. Mr. Rowsell, who holds the position of superintendent of contracts under an active chief—Mr. Baxter—first, it is said, had his worst tears aroused through the conduct of the stewards at Weymouth

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