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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

1 Dec 1866

above case. Mr. Leoch appeared support thocharges, for tho Duke of Rutland Mr. Vernon Blackburn, barrister, Midland Circuit, for Mr. Cutis; Mr. Filrjaroee Stephen, barrister, for Mr. Pockhngton; Mr. Chambers, solicitor. Sheffield, for Mr. Geo. It appears

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

3 Dec 1864

papers assures us, by her ntense amour de Vart. Mr. Child ers, P., Liverpool.—During the oast week Mr. Childers, M. P., the Civil Lord of the Admiralty, has been the guest of Mr. Laird, M. P., Birkenhead. Mr. Childers has charge of the docks, basins, and

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Watford Observer

Watford Observer Hertfordshire, England

7 Aug 1909

to depend upon his gardener and also upon the skill of his wife. Mrs. Spencer Holland then distributed the prises, aosisted by Mr. Green, and at the close vote of thanks was passed her, the motion of Mr, Lucas, seconded Mr. Dawson. (Mrs. Holland made neat

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Watford Observer

Watford Observer Hertfordshire, England

29 May 1869

that Mr. Forster has not hesitated to compare tne tone adopted Americans toward* England with that of which they complain in ourxelves. A great deal been made of the cheers with which speech of Mr. Laird wan once received in Hie House of Commons. Mr. Fonter

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Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow

Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow Hertfordshire, England

16 Mar 1894

is 30. Mr Gladstone. Lord bis great career. It was not possible for Mr. Glad- list of (h( , I/ocal y eto B j w hi h was introduced traclcd and 10 '^ICa,' ; of is an Eton and Christ Church man: but. .tone’s opjionents in that House to speak of hi. pnlicv

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Herts Advertiser

Herts Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

23 Sep 1871

the landed proprietor before the present laird came to the estates, he found this state of things little awkard in collecting his rents. If Slogg Coull was dunned f< his rent, it was always paid, according to his version of the atory, because he was sure

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

5 Sep 1863

magistrates. Mr. Porritt stated that the vestry meeting was held on the 20th August; that there were four candidates, of whom three went to the poll, and that Mr. Hunter was elected by majority of 241 votes. Mr. Appleton, solicitor, who appeared for Mr. Richard

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

13 Aug 1864

down by the mad train from London, which is due 10.15 s.m. The train passed over his body, mangling it in a shocking manner. The driver, on seeing Mr. Snell, blew his whistle, but the deceased, who was rather deaf, probably did not hear it. He was highly

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

11 Apr 1857

above. On the Sun lay night witness heard Laird say the barl, y was got under three diff-rent lochs. Yale said, so they w,re, and Mr. Barnard and the police were going round looking at the different locks. Laird said, Had I known what Ido now, you should

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Herts Advertiser

Herts Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

26 Sep 1891

considered, and the following were accepted Meat. Mr. J. Youngman; groceries! Mr. R. Carley ; bread, Mr J. Janes ; flour Bates; milk, Mr. 6. Basil; potatoes (no tender); officer’s meat, Mr. Youngman; ale and norter, Mr. Walter Howe ; wine and spirits, Messrs.

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

12 Feb 1916

Billl.ur. Mrs. and Miss Bishop, maid* Bolton a I'ark. Mrs. Cook. Mrs. Ihtnlcls. Mr. Ih.nk;ii, Mr*. , Mr. Honour. Mr. «J. Mrs. Salmon, Mrs. Th* l.msi'), MUa u.t, Mrs. f-mdon TbompHon, Miss bb. also Mrs.l’n-by f.r

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Watford Observer

Watford Observer Hertfordshire, England

4 Apr 1863

part Mr. Fullom piagiarism Mlaa Braddon, authoress of Aurora Floyd and Lady Aodley'e Secret.” Mr. Fullom puts tbs com the plagiarism is rather startling ; bnt I confeas I was somewhat disinclined to put much faith in the gentleman's statement of his own

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Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow

Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow Hertfordshire, England

26 Nov 1880

was glad the father had taken his view of the case, and he regretted being obliged to fine his son, but it was his duty to do so, as a warning to other persons. The defendant was then fined 10s., with 2a. costs, which his father paid. • PUPPETUAL CHANGES

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

19 Sep 1857

botanist from Eew Gardens, with Captain Grant, and engineers in the employ of the contractor, Mr. Macgregor Laird. It is said to be the intention of Mr. Laird to form trading posts on the banks of the river at the most eligible situations for the collection

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Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser

Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

30 May 1874

are also proposed by Sir Haroonrt Johnson, Mr. Aeeheton, and Mr. Laird, to close publiohouses in towns of 10,000 inhabitant* or more on Saturday nights at eleven, instead 11.30 proposed in the bill, and Mr. Wilson will propose that the houses shall not

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

2 Jul 1861

Perthshire laird and one of his tenants. The laird'a eldest son was rather a simpleton. Laird say, 'l'm going send the young laird abroad.' ‘What for •' asks the tenant; answer—' To see the world ;* tenant replies, But gudeness-take, laird, will no the

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

16 Jul 1864

(ease). ♦««*ak«/• Idol.—lt is very proper for a man to wife as his idol. What would be likely to give the best rep powder magazino. Can a man's anger against his careless perly be called his shirt choler c e An Inspiring Sight for a Glazier when it breaks

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

6 May 1865

shrouded during week-days, and had been gesticulating his eloquent homily with his arms thrust through the holes left the pulpit lamps ! Douglas Jerrold.—Mr. Blanchard Jerrold, his ably-written life of his father, has grouped some of the good thincrs said

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

29 Dec 1857

csat Mr. Simpsou defende I, and Mr. Blagg prosecuted. UEMEL HEMPSTEAD. BanzßUrrCT Oodut, Dec. 18. (B-fore Mr. Commissioner Fane).—/« re W. Smith—The llemd Hempetead Bank. his was tbe cerlihoate meeting. Mr. Bagley appeared for the bankrupt; and Mr. Lmklatet

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

17 Oct 1885

Cownsr, M.P., Mr. F. Seebohm, 'Mr. J. E. Littlcboy, Mr. K. Snow Fonlhum, Mr. Mimtogu Kordham, Dr. Hill Smith, Mr. Eardley Bailev Denton, Mr. 11. Osmond, Mr. 11. Matthews, Mr. S. James, Mr. J. W. Smith, Mr. P. Franklin (Hook's NeetX Mr. T. Bnden, View article

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