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Kington Times

Kington Times Herefordshire, England

27 Nov 1926

la loved Christmas present. You a f.mr.inch cinle of silk or net, you •utt-shot, n‘•ntle around lb edge, embroider it a wreath tlowyrs. and in the centre Tine; hi: initial.. This lie will rtNernth place inside his watch to keep the Itm not. At It ast

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Man of Ross, and General Advertiser

Man of Ross, and General Advertiser Herefordshire, England

24 May 1860

Imsl. , I Duchess of Wellington hail line tiara and necklace f of diamonds and emeralds, worn by Lady Wenlock, Lady iiunter, and Lady Caroline burgess, W *Mrs *McDarel displayed beautiful necklace large wore very luio and arranged light blue velvet, which

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

3 Mar 1855

for much initiation in many of his principal legislative labour?; and he early adopted their instruction. Mr. Hume never denied his obligations ; his own individual merits were ample enough for any vanity. Mr. Hume had his faults and occasional errors as

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

5 Mar 1910

world. As the first lift members eludes Mr Sargent. Mr Augustus La very. Mr Maucini. Mr Charles Mr Mr Wilson Steer. Mr - Mr Kothenstein, Mrs Swynnerton. Dodd. Mr Spencer Wataon, Mr J. J. Shannon. Mr W. Strang. View article

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Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser

Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser Herefordshire, England

29 Dec 1899

of the =cession lives semetinire in Venice. sometimes is Ms.'s. sleeps talking of his right to the throne ef Gain, I having no followers and no money M hike to take up his cause. Isabella, the daughter of Feedinsed succeeded in 1833, when abs was 'WY Mee

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

29 Mar 1883

Bedford, Mr. 0. Marilee, Pd.?, Mr. Ho' art Jardise. M.P., and Mr. A. Jardine. the Hee. Mr, blunter., Mr. A. Mamie; and Yes. A. G. Moral, all of whom hare feboorlbed of fermi £lOO each whi'e sums of £5O have bees gives by Mt - N. Rothschild, Mr. W. B.

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Kington Times

Kington Times Herefordshire, England

2 Nov 1956

Bassett, Mrs. B. Lloyd, Mr. ly..r Lloyd, Mrs. N. Lloyd, Mr. S. Pugh, Mrs. J. L. Preece, Mr. W. Preece, Mr. and Mrs. T. Weager, Mr. W. J. Jones, Mr. H. Piece, Mr. and Mrs. John Bowen, Mr. and

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

10 Sep 1910

pretty name. she said in laughing repetition. 8 Mr Prettymaa looked slightly pained. Catching his look she became immediately grave again Suddenly she leant her face quite close his.' Hi* knees trembled and his head swam. Emotion was overpowering him. I

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Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser

Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser Herefordshire, England

2 Aug 1895

scores were follows: Ladies: Miss Legh, Mn. C. lowly, 388; Mrs. Alemoder Smith. 398: and Kiss R. M. Legh, 314. Gentlemen: Mr. G. E. & Fryer. 424: Mr. W. Eyre dwarf, 388: Mr. George laird. 328; Mr. F. A. Garet, 328; Mr. R. A. Watkins, 325; Mr. R. Walters. 320;

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

4 Mar 1911

this armour, and called ou Mr Harding and asked see it. After some hesitation was taken to upper room and shown it. Its finalities were diMuwied. and he asked his price. Mr Harding and his sons conferred among themselves, and Mr Harding then saidWe bare

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Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser

Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser Herefordshire, England

23 Mar 1894

of Children the Ghetto is about to make his first as a novelist, through the agency of Mr. Heim 111111110, who has accepted for immediate productite a novel from his pen. Mr. Mark Zangwill will publish his first book under an assumed OWN. in which,

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Kington Times

Kington Times Herefordshire, England

26 Jun 1926

The ladies presiding at the tattles anti otherwise assisting were: Mrs. Bennion, Mrs. Chubb, Mrs. Rounds, Mrs. Bayley, Miss Francis, Mrs. Fisher, Miss `Soden, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Mills, Mrs. P. T. Owens, Mrs. Poole, Mrs. Morris, Miss Watkins, View article

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

16 Apr 1885

Pherbus was objected to on the ground of his not having been Addis with the Ledbury Hounds this Masa. CONSOLATION RAOS.—Fot beater hones in the pre. none vases. Two seen A dyne esp. Mr. T. Walker's Lady Berkeley Mr. Manlier The Lark Saves ran. Oaks Liao

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

16 Jan 1909

MR. CHURCHILL AT BIRMINGHAM. An unusual scene was witnessed banquet at Birmingham to Mr Winston Churchill the Liberal Club. A lady in evening dross went up t cross table, and addressing Mr Churchill began to argue with him in favour votes for women Mr

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

15 Apr 1899

silver gravy spoon Mr and Mrs Peard-Simkni, silver muffin dish Mr Mrs C. S. Marshall, case of silver tea spoons and sugar tongs and Mrs P. F. Marshall, silver batter dish and knife Mrs Fletcher-Elmes, silver peppers and mustard pots Mr and Mis R. T. Marshall

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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

23 Sep 1893

produce, weribmioesof Shirr. o' that ilk being sent by Mr.. Hope (Goon Howe), Moe Sanders (Street poem), Mn. Tborwe, Mr. Davies, Mrs. Barer, Mr. Bright (Leominster), Mrs. Goodwin (Lynch), Mr.. Lewis, Mies Law (The Folly), Mire Bawer, red Mra Pew (Staunton)

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

2 Jul 1853

as warrior. Leaving in his father's tent all his clothes, except his dirty kef Hah and his tattered aba, and, without communicating his plans to his friends, he bent his way to the Euphrates. For three months his family heard nothing of him, and believed

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

20 Nov 1841

rules of justice. His manner hng hum! ?, h . a * d ' --Uii. abrupt, yet carrvmu humanity with it, as « Boy must to school W ey to Day after day did allace during his college vacations, sit silently and . lone at his uncle's table ; Mr. Harvey had been

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

25 Mar 1911

Subsequently Mr. Asquith pledged his introduce and pass ioto law the Parliament Hill, and hereby deprive the lairds of their power of iejecting Home Rule Bill. Mr. Redmond's deeire for Home Rule exceeded hi* dislike for the and the faith Mr. A«quith's pledge

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

4 Jul 1863

dog belonging to Mr. Wdson, Maryport, was observed to stop and rub himself against a boy, who was carrying water tin with water. Having gained his attention, he put down halfpenny which he had in his mouth. The lad once understood his meaning, and gave

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