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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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Type: Advertisement
Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

30 May 1893

High-street. Portsmouth. 1214 _ REQUIRED, Farm Cadets, Governeases, and Lady Helps for New Zealand. pay own ptesages. Mr. Wm. Courtney, who has been 41 years N.Z., takes out his eighth party on June 27, ar.d gives frea and reliable general information

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Type: Advertisement
Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

18 Sep 1858

their bereavement, he asked the i company to drink the health of Mr. and Miss Mills. Mr. EDMUND Mills said, his feelings were such at that moment that he could no more than sincerely thank Mr. Antrobus and the company for the kind sympathy they had expressed

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

11 May 1895

Kd|»ler, Mr H . L. 80, lewis. Ur. Mr. C Seller, Ber. K. Fswkee. Linklater, Mr. H. Write (W the lies Dr. Dyne. Mr. Chalcralt, Mr J ■ l.alciafl, Mr. H. Metis, Mr. Mell*. Mr. Eiger Mr C f. Lane, Mr. A 1. C Mackatne*.. Mr Warren, View article

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

26 Jul 1902

K>MR MjOOMLN HOUJFTY B^ACTIES. Early in the sixties Lady waa *’ne of Sheridan, and the Hheridau beauty seems to shine through the ages The Ifuchese of Somerset and the Mrs, Norton both lief niged to this famous family; 30 years later Lady , olum«»re was

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

5 Feb 1816

painful illness, Mr. John Read, of the Row Barge public house,, established by His Majesty’s Orders in Council, that no person Newport. shall be appointed a Lieutenant of His Majesty s Died suddenly, on Thursday last, at Yarmouth, Mrs. Mary shall not

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

7 Nov 1885

cheers . Mr. Gladstone loud applause, and three cheers . who had led them victory, and would lead them again loud cheers . They relied upon his wisdom, they trusted in his experience, and sustain hi* policy, believing that in his prudence and hi; patriotism

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Southern Echo

Southern Echo Hampshire, England

9 Feb 1889

non-payment of a poor-rate, 96., made October »6. -Mr. Lamport represented the rate collector (Mr. Fowler), and Mr. Bell defended. Defendant bad paid the rate, but had not received a receipt, whereas Mr. Fowler asserted had not received the money, and in

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

4 Oct 1890

premier baron of England. Two of Lady sister* also survive Lady Louisa Tighe. who was 87 Thursday; and Lady Sophia Georgians Cecil, widow of the late Lord Thomas Cecil, who her year. <*n Monday, Gammon Hall, in the Guildhall, Mr. Alderman Savory was lected

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

27 Feb 1858

Morad Khan in his place in parliament, met for the first time. , , ~ , t• The members consisted of Sir James (.raham (in the chair), Gen. Codrington, Mr. Serjeant Kinglake, Mr. Bright, Mr. Wilson Patten, Mr. Bouverie, and Mr. Sidney Herbert. ! Mr. Roebuck

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

8 Dec 1906

Sidney Poxton. Mr. C. Lamport. Mr. Bert Durnford, Superintendent Johnson. Mr. J. Hobday Brown. Mr. G. Brandram. and many othera, and it was Imped hand over £lO note Mr. Crabb the result of the effort.—Mr. Bickell expressed thanks on behalf Mr. Crabb, whose

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

30 Jun 1883

iU im.i 9, Mrs. J* T. Drake. West Tiated, *1 la. Siuffls dressed vase, fur decoration of drawing-room.—l Mrs. Birch. Clove Dy. Winchester. £1 Is.; 2, Miss j ter, 165.; 3. Mrs. Hutton, Winchester. 10a. 6a. Hand bouquet, l>eet. arranged.—]. Mrs. Drover, Fare

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

8 Aug 1906

man could send for. His Lordship Who locked th* door Townshond - Wit M** week before knew his l that Robin* would keep him away, t beret ore to take great rare that his Lordship did not get under the influence of Mr. Robin*. Hts Lordship

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

30 Apr 1910

Atkins, .Mr. Albino s 4 the h o•hildren tbe s-oaed the pad rah After awd HI lard Ihaniorou o m : pan ts . , J. at the resideare bolus. Cartiock, Misa E. Dean and ot , . . J. N: lots. the happy couple aft by M. Fish: piano duets, Mr. and Mr . a. Atkins

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

30 Jun 1933

One tough. ugly dwellinghouse only remained, and there Mrs. Clutterbuck resided and made herself busy. Financially, of course. the monkeys were crawling out of the chimneys, and how the lady laird ever managed a second mortgage, let alone the third and

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

3 Nov 1866

is announced of Mr. Thomas Phinn.Q.c. On Railway Collisions.—On Saturday morning shortly he was apparently in his accustomed excellent before nine o'clock during the fog. a serion- co!hfi' took health and spirits, but on returning to his chambers in the

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

16 Jun 1923

SEWING MACHINE (Mr. wood) J. Jama 4 8 6 £l3 TANGLEWOOD (Mr. Hornung) B. Jarria 8 5 00 IRISH BELFRY (Mr. Nolan) R. W. Colling 8 5 O CEYLONESE (Sir A. Bailey) B. Day 114 HIGHBROW (Ld. Derby) Lambton JOO JUNISO (Mr. W. Taylor THE VILLAGER (Mr. A. da Bothachild)

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

3 Nov 1926

»ake , cool blade ever crossed Border, Mrs . Sladen is highly wnnwted. her hat Lady .. { jdji decor- thus secure the cooperation of men and | BcWiettc Cutler and taunted Mr. Birrell with his Minorities father being Mr. 0. Cobbold tne would have been p .

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Aldershot Military Gazette

Aldershot Military Gazette Hampshire, England

8 Feb 1873

symptthy is felt in tbe district for his widow, Lady Lucy, and the bereaved family. is now more than half a century sines Mr. Grant, then a young man, captain the army, came bom', on the death his father, to be the laird of Kilgraston. During that long period

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

8 Oct 1832

h»t bf*n drawn him with ttnurullng honour., and -U the font- Mr , comaimog clrtaU of the number r.tl • an-l being done, hi. creditor. » . , f of Parliament passed the last-S year, spoil hi. children of «h.t ha. left wil the day.and hour, of sitting each

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Type: Article