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Hampshire Independent

Hampshire Independent Hampshire, England

2 Mar 1861

anat. et the late Mr. James Meat. SMIATH—FIANDEIL—Vattraary 01 at Caste Comet. Kr. James Ms.. Matta mat Ousel Mr. H. Hyde Miss. aughter Mr. S. CAM at M. May dri Mr. T. of IMO. Wee. . Mr. stmt. • N. at Mary Asa, Me. W. 0 Mr. WIINGO wet a e. r wad Clones

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

14 Jul 1917

sent cumprisi Mr. P. M. Bright, Mr. S. es rodeo. Yam that I bad with the Zeman& was broken when thin wrong was Many people are coenplainin t er of digestivel Whitty (band r, Mr. W. H. Dwell, Mr. W. i rroved Haydon. Dr. T. It , Scott, Mr. A. Youngman.

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Hampshire Independent

Hampshire Independent Hampshire, England

2 Oct 1915

sufferers, metal. ing :Nears. Pearce and Paisenger, chi:rumen. Mr. Triggs, upholsterer, Mr. Lunt, butcher, Mr. Norciao, upholst erer , Mr. Hanion, dl a per, Mr. Dertper, butcher, and Mr . Gut,. oil welldemembered miner, consulted the °ygistrans as to

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Hampshire Independent

Hampshire Independent Hampshire, England

17 Sep 1904

Hamilton's Laird of Lowlen,. 2. Mrs. M. B. Romp's Lady Myrtle: 3. Mrs. E. Hayward Street, Richmond r.. Mrs. F. Amos's Boy Gwyn; h.c., Mrs. S. H. Manila's Tiptoe Smut. Puppy, any colour Woe or bitchl.-1. Mrs. Emily J. Thomas's Hallifordleels: 2, Mrs. E. Hey

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Bournemouth Daily Echo

Bournemouth Daily Echo Hampshire, England

4 Jan 1909

hole/eye at St. ladies Metter. ea-sober. Dordetehire. llea goats toriuded the Faxl anti Counties of ng becominger in the I .., le - and Felix., Lord Erskatis and the Ilin. aware and dirletoire gowns. Preece Erskine. the Hon. Hugo sod Lady Eva. HA LE RIBBON

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

17 May 1924

really iu undignified way tor a man m „ an original.” And much more of the his position,” said Mr. Herbert Muskett, i:i,„ ouipping and quibbling. who prosecuted. wi due respect to Mr. Chester- He appears November. 1920 to have f™ and at risk of l«emg filled

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Southern Echo

Southern Echo Hampshire, England

19 May 1909

whiJe Mr. Lloyd George is frequently called away deal with deputation*. Where arc Mg. M'Kenna and Mr. Harcourt. who are particularly qualified to deal with finance. Mr. M'Kenna having gained his reputation in the first place his attack-* on Mr. Chamberlain's

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

26 Sep 1904

LADY DUPREE AT HOME TO PBOEBOSE LEAGUEBS. SPEECH BT MR. A. H. LEE. M-P. Lady Dupree was At Home, Craneswater, Southsea, Saturday afternoon, to receive a distinguished company of guests meet Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. A. Majendie,

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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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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

20 Sep 1913

Bir Argus Coosa Doyle, Ifs retartramma, which laird too Warr tare prier awl Yea. whey beery was tribe** te shaky Mr. Brim Bide& 0e; Tardy diorama I. It liadoway a ., email mita& el whoa thaw c H. was .stewed Mr. J. de wollAaews local baritone* la. follow

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

12 Mar 1904

fi-r it* I»ur Umpire could under her letter meteorological condilitwis. Ties ptobleut Mr. J. L. in the couiwe urti-Ie in the turrcDt number the Empire Review. and his view Ih.'t could do tut well Uerunuiy if would pejibce th*> roil what take mil rt. using

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Hampshire Independent

Hampshire Independent Hampshire, England

30 Sep 1893

Yr. Percy had in hi. Doren and and gold chain. and £1 .10 bullets Moiler to discovered in revolver. There also in his letter to r.. Herbert having ma the leer. mid it was probably written abat the same time that Percy 1.11 written to hi• father, namely

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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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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

25 Jul 1930

Brighton, Mr. and Mrs. Homer, Mr. and Mrs. Bulpitt, Mr. and Mrs. Bull, the Railway Staff (Fareham), Mr. and Mrs. Privett and Bertie, Mr. and Mrs. Laird (Gosport), Mr. and Miss Sherwood Twyford), Miss K. Sherwood, View article

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

4 Jul 1929

Viwmn \ series picluresfiue dance? were arranged Miss ktnson The stall-holders were Mrs. I. I- House. Mr? Smith. Mrs. Miller. • • Flake. Mrs M. House, and Mrs. Marshall Morris.

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

12 May 1916

to lie !taint even from them. Cervantes beearns a soldier and lost his left hand, was sold into captivity and became a slave, and ended his lite in a Franciscan brotherhood .—so his career was well varied. We English know hardly anything of Spanish

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

17 Sep 1904

bilrh).—l. Mr. J. - Tin lira 1 Mr. K. tif.illards ShoUnor Dorv*: S) ] 2. Mr. J. J- Holgato • Ron ih borough 2M i'. Tin,-. Cornu,,-; Mr. J. • . violi.r; 5. Mr, It- Wood. H.ndn..n ITniv • Mr. ti Ualv graceful. ,■ Wards Happy Thought, s.h.c Mrs. 1.. h Mr Rrekss

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Bournemouth Daily Echo

Bournemouth Daily Echo Hampshire, England

30 Sep 1902

Early October, for instance, his lordship will receive the freedom of Winchester and Liverpool, and the 23rd he is to presented with sword of honour from the citizens Portsmouth. THE BIOG RAPIIY LORD EANDOLPH OEUBOHIIiL. Mr. Winston Churchill, who is

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Bournemouth Daily Echo

Bournemouth Daily Echo Hampshire, England

14 Mar 1910

to atop. He was certainly a vary aWE taco;o still is wan hut ma certhirdy rd the young lady to eel to inro— And seism are you et? The Miniature Rye Briewider Mrs. Steong Tsn yea believe in Right.? Limiest Leiter Yea mom. Every sours ought to be ailmed

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Southern Echo

Southern Echo Hampshire, England

20 Aug 1897

Southampton Guardians and Kr. Yelf s S:lacy _:.iaionionss Debate. A Doctor's Mad Leap Through a Windoir. A Lady Killed by Drink. Mob's, Rumba WI. CHEAP SCALE PREPAII) ADVERTISEMENTS. SITUATIONS VIDE. AN A lLl :c at i. socg . ..4=l:ll• l 4lllll. ;.e.

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