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Herts Advertiser

Herts Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

25 Apr 1891

he engaged chess with Mary Wincott. His strategy was by no means good as we may hope it had been the days of his military youth. Perhaps thought more of his opponent than was quite compatible with the confidence in his own powers, which is necessary an

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

17 Oct 1863

went out to the Crimea with his regiment, whence he was sent home to England so seriously invalided that he was considered to be in dying state. On his partial recovery he again joined his regiment at the seat of war, and with his son, Captain Johnstone,

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

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

7 Nov 1863

Rev. Mr. Beecher.—On Saturday last the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher left Liverpool for America on board the Cunard steamship Asia. The rev. gentleman was accompanied board the steamer by Mr. Wilson, chairman of tho Emancipation Society. Mr. Patterson, Mr. Trimble

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

12 Jun 1869

Caanen-stretl ll**tel. Mr. John Chubb, Si. TaulV nh«rcb)ard, We»l. van. presided, and the principal •prakers were Mr Itrraaii Oibhone, Mr. H. C. L. Ht-vaa, Mr. 11. Mr. Morgan Howard, Mr. HamilPm, of Ib Aid-rman Sir W. Rose, Mr. H. Wigram. and Mr. It. N. Kuwler

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Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow

Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow Hertfordshire, England

3 Apr 1896

inmate for a prison. Mr. F. W. H. Mvirp, known iu poot. »n Mmyiat. nnd bom in His father came of an old Yorkahire etock. and wa« an incumbent with unn»uall.v l.iberal riewe. Hi* mother belonged to the I-eeda family of the Marahalla. Mr. Ifrer* earle orphan

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

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

2 Jan 1864

where such animals are bought at a crown apiece. After some difficulty he made good his entrance into the laboratory, and found his poor favourite at the end of his tortures, dying of the mutilations inflicted on him. It would appear that the interests

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Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser

Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

17 Oct 1891

seen wending his way from one of his clubs to the other. He may be accounted as yet another victim the influenza epidemic, for he never recovered the shock his system received by attack of this malady last spring. The marquis was on visit to his sister in

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Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow

Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow Hertfordshire, England

20 Feb 1880

as against 6,830 reoordW, for Mr. Dunn, and 799 for Mr. Shipton.—ln a leader, noticing the election, the Daily Ncws remarks :— The return of Mr. Clarke for Southwark by fifty-six votes more than were polled for both his opponents is without doubt a

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Herts Advertiser

Herts Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

10 Apr 1897

people who as- Mr. Rothschild was with his -taglMMimh* in the vicinity, an I while the races were they took a -tag near to the counn. in tin- of Markyate Street *nifir having Seen thus concluded. Mr. Rothschild. aopom by several in. his party.including

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Herts Advertiser

Herts Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

10 Oct 1868

Party the evening. What need of such iteration ? Punch. Resident Johnson has informed Mr. Thornton, the English Minister at Washington, and Mr. Reverdy Johnson, his intention to pay a visit to England as soon as bis term of office expires In March next

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

20 Aug 1887

Lowther, P., and Mrs. Lowther, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Eastwood, Mr. and Mrs. Earle, Mr. and Mrs. Tudway. Mr. and Mrs. C. Butler, Mr. and Mrs. C. Beresford-Hope, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Soracrs-Cocks,

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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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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

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

7 Apr 1866

proceedings. Brigadier-General Nelson, after stating what his position, went on to describe how disposed the troops under his command. At Morant Bay, said All the inhabitants were in the greatest alarm. Mr. Hague, collector of customs, told that one of the

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Watford Observer

Watford Observer Hertfordshire, England

28 Nov 1908

people said that soldier, and though the evening of hi* Anya military training ebould not when had a rigkt freedom from public seemed very strange that the one matter de- care*, he still (eh ik hi* duty hi ng home fending the*r own country sbouid not View article

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Watford Observer

Watford Observer Hertfordshire, England

6 Jun 1863

Manhattan writes : came i.i, extended his arm protectiiigly, almost ; hlm remind Mr. Lincoln tliat Julius Oscmt had his caressMidy, around his baggage,” and Mr. Conductor Brutus in the Capitol, that flliarlcs I. had his Cromwell in Capron started the train

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

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

7 Jan 1865

Court, Birmingham, on Friday. A lady of respectable appearance, aged thirty, who gave her name as Mrs. Young, was charged with stealing £80, tho property of a Mrs. Perrins. On the 13th ult., lady called on Mrs. Perrins, with the ostensible object

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

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

28 Feb 1863

number of men would bo unnecessary. Mr. LAIRD concurred with Mr. COBDEN in commending tho invention of Captain COLES, and in urging the Government to let the cupola ship be tried before the completion of the broadsides. Mr. LINDSAY dwelt upon the enormous

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

25 Mar 1871

ef Ormonde, Lord Granville, K. 0., Lady Granville, Duke of Norfolk, Dowager Marchioness of Huntly, Lord Kimberley, Lird Sydney, Lord Derby, Lady Derby, Lady Bagot, Mr. Mrs. Gladstone, Mr. Bruce, Mr. Kortescuc, end Mr. tfoscheo. the opposite side of the

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Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser

Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

22 Nov 1879

a march or two on this side of the Tekszze. He was with his mother, under the charge Mr. Rassam. The boy was brought into Mr. tent by Abyssinian attendant, and was then in his native costume. His hair was partly shaven and partly plaited ; while small

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Watford Observer

Watford Observer Hertfordshire, England

13 Feb 1864

goodlooking young lady, then left the court in charge of her guardians, Mr. Peterson also left with his friends. There is nothing remarkable about his appearance he He is clerk Mr. Dane, solicitor, Enniskillen. Miss Quinton, “or Mr?. Peterson—if she is

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