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  • County: Hertfordshire, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849

Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

14 Sep 1844

First prize. Mr. J. Williams; second, Mr. Slowe. British Plants (twenty-four species)— First prize, Mr. George Sprigging*, second, Mr. Sprig;ings, Hertford. Fuchsias (six) —First prize, Mr. Plumbly second. Mr. Terry. Cut Fiowers—First prize, Mr J. Williams;

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

5 Aug 1843

schism; and «as suspended from his ministry, till he should make, open Court a recantation after prescribed form, acknowledging his . greut offence in using the invective words, and protesting that he was persuaded in his conscience thai kneeling at the

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

10 Feb 1835

urged against him by his Lordship. Northampton.—R. V. Smith, Esq. and (t) C. Ross, Esq. Norwich -(I) Lord Stormont, son of Earl Mansfield, and f) Honourable Mr. Scarlett, son of Lord Arbiuger.—The leble Lord is only distinguished for his uncompromisinghos>

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

18 May 1844

(t'wern) 2 Mr. May's Corinthian Torn )>>) Tne tollou i also started . Led colt, by Sir llerrn'es. L >rd G. inck's N'ereus, Mr. Waiter's Alary, Mr. Ongley's Mystery. Mr. Wilson's (Ja/.elle, i Mr. T. Theobald's Chemise, Mr. Booth's

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

29 Nov 1836

passing the door of the ante-chamber. His Majesty havinf called those who dress him, they shall enter his cabinet and not the others; then when he shall ask for his wine, first shall enter the two gentlemen of his chamber, bearing the cup and the bread

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

24 Jan 1846

Advertiser Mr. John Stewart, Q. C., whom the Duke of Newcastle has brought forward as Mr. Gladstone's successor in the representation of Nework, is a Scotsman; being a younger son of the late, and brother of the present, Laird of Ballachulish. Mr. Stewart

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

2 Dec 1837

in a young horse, atterwhir-h he got intoxicated, and as he was riding home nut his lighted pipe into his waistcoat pocket Th smouldering contents of his pipe fell into his clothes, and were fanned into'a flame the wind which communicated to the whole

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

2 Dec 1834

to proceed to hi* morning. -j ST. ALB AX'S. regret state that accident occanri,P the evening of Tuesday last, Mr. Webster, are been attended »iih most serious cons^aescßalM was thrown oat bis gig, his Mnl London, few hundred - ds frtai his o»idssr;M thoagh

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

16 Apr 1842

are, Mr. Peter Renoux, a Bible Clerk of Pembroke College ; and Mr. Douglas, B. A,, a gentleman commoner Christ Church. Both' parties, we understand, are now with Mr. Wiseman, at Oscott. It is understood, that ihe latter of these gentlemen owes his abandonment

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

13 Jun 1846

seized hold of his horns; but the stot not relishing this, and being the stringer of the two, he drove over the luird, and run oif, flinging up his heels —no doubt thinkiug had played his part well. But the revengeful spirit of the laird was not done yet;

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

29 May 1841

to the long hair of his wife's head. In this way she towed him for some time ; his hand soon let go his hold, and she tried in vain to rouse him. She told him lie must pray ; he commenced, but uttered only a fe>w words. She put his arms round her neck

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

1 Jun 1844

different courts. The counsel for the claimant were SirT. Wilde, Mr. Erie, and Mr. Wilde; and the case was watched on the part of the Crown the Attorney-General, the So'icitor-Genera', and Mr. Waddington. Sir I ilde opened the case and adduced evidence which

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

21 Jul 1835

terminated his suiferings. He was in the sixty-fourth year of his age. Hint to Wjves.—lf I am not at home from the party to-night, at ten o'clock, said a husband to his better and bigger half, don't wait for me. ihat I won t, M said the lady, significantly

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