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Herts Advertiser

Herts Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

13 Mar 1897

after the laird Chief Jueliiv had «ai-l in hi* ciiargi- tliere would b** a I’arliainetit *p*cdil), and whi.at the two Judgt>* Went to Chun h. a |Hil|r.t aa* brought into the Town Hall, where Father . a Je-uit, pn a»4«ed beforw the Karl SnJuburr. Mr. 1,3*7

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Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow

Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow Hertfordshire, England

21 Feb 1902

is badly in seed of funds, the imtiative being taken by Mrs. Cecil Powney and Mrs. Penn Curare. The tabkaas were arranged by such well-known artists as Mr. Frampton, A.8.A., Mr. Swan, A.8.A., and Mr. J. J. Shannon, A. H. A., the most snecessful being ,

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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 & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow

Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow Hertfordshire, England

2 Sep 1910

dark-blue with ermine furs; Lady Ireagh, whnoc black garb was relieved by the white plumage in ner hat; Lady Inchiquin, in ■apidiire blue; Lady Midleton. in dark blue; Lady Waterford, in Parma violet cleth; and Lady Kingston, wearing navy blue with bright

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Watford Observer

Watford Observer Hertfordshire, England

6 Jul 1867

principal events, reigns, Ac., to his pupil, the Emperor undertook to explain the historical events to his son according to his own Interpretation them. Mr. W. Cullen Bryant, the American poet, is now in Perthshire with his daughter, to spend a few weeks

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

10 Jun 1916

Colonel Abel 11. Smith and was Um» tin* lion. Mrs. Abel Smith, Mrs. G. Pawkr, Miss L. Puller, Mr. E. 15. Barnard. Mr. A. S. jJowlby, Mr. T. N. Brood, the Mayor of Hertford, and otliere, and amongst audience were Mrs. Robert Odell, Mins Longmorc. Mm. U. A. Du

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

25 Oct 1884

present the d Lieutenant, the Marquis of Tavistock M.P., Mr 8 Wbitbreml, M.P.. Mr. M. Lord C Russell.—Eari Cowper, in responding the toast ot his health, deprecated the prominence into which his name had been brought in wlth two great works they had i

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

22 Mar 1913

“Thought you said the rottce was * h „ they eristed in the cells of the plant. •«>»»“ ,oa,t ~“” : smith. his return w rote , book called -Mr. Asqurth and Mr lotw took part ia the oaten at th» club’ What did you order it for?' , n- unJer thj , form it is found

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

12 Jul 1884

£5OO damages for assault, by which his little finger was broken. —Mr. Matthews, Q.C. (with whom was Mr. H. D. Greone), stated the facts, from which it appeared that on the 13th of May Mrs. de Windt, who is the sister of Mr. Long, one of the members for North

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Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow

Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow Hertfordshire, England

5 Apr 1912

Admiral Edward Field died hi* Omniort residence after a brief aged entered the Navy in Brighton Education Committee appointed Mr. F. H. Toyne, senior amistant of tlie fcducational Department the County Connell, succeed Mr. Hacklorth as clerk. Cardiff

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Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser

Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

8 Aug 1891

recent consecutive days the Caledonian Railway Company. . , , As judge of racing, the late laird Westmoreland od very high, and his judgment was exemplified his success in match making—he won 1. out of matches. , . Stbimif-n Robeutsos, of Pittsburg, was

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Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow

Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow Hertfordshire, England

18 Nov 1910

with Lady Hesketh’s lal**l on it, and this bag with his rug and Mr. F. F. llesketh. other small articles wore found tin* steamship Leinster, which arrived at Kingstown from Holyhead at 6 a.rn. on Sunday, October 30th. The steward slates that saw Mr. on

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Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser

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

10 Oct 1857

Reading go to three or four ladies and lift up their dresses, putting his hand in their pockets. He did not take Reading into custody once, or any of the o'her prisoners who were in his company. He went up to one of the ladies whose pocket Reading had been

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Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow

Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow Hertfordshire, England

27 Dec 1895

arrested. Mr. motion, approving Second Ballot at Purlia* tnentary elections, approved in the Commons. . & Speaker Feel resigned. Sir William Hareouit introduced his Liquor (Local Control) Bill. 9. Belief of isntish garrison in Matin], Chitral. 10. Mr. William

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

16 Aug 1913

March 1?». Mr. Skinner “ took a ilk Mr. Kmmoil'* house, on the rood to Walton; the country this side Hertford » very interesting. if. Wednesday, March *J! “ sketched'Hengoo church and Mr. Hyde's house; the miil. and sum-* very large tre**s his park; two

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Herts Advertiser

Herts Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

22 Nov 1879

He is now at war with the Beefsteak Club. Mr. Lawson and Mr. Williams have fallen in with the suggestion of the Club, and withdrawn their names from membership. Not so Mr. Labouchere. He says the fact of his having been assaulted in the street affords

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Hertfordshire Express and General Advertiser

Hertfordshire Express and General Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

14 Nov 1863

Tannton, where a congratulatory a&Tess his return to hi* native eonntry was presentedtohim. On Wednesday last a pnhhcdinner mhte honour took at Hminater. oftbem. driven by hunger torn ■ determined the termination his brief of liberty by good action. offered

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

21 Dec 1872

DECEMBER 21, 1872. tb.who.. it «UI nrj ihsHljr LADY BEACONBFIELD. MR. LOWE TBELIBEEAL PAUTY. MR. OLA DSTONE’B I’ASSION FOR »1 lit jiFfmA JY so have perhaps, on public like _ . . , . HOMEB. truly love* in hi* limit the simplicity and grandeur I W ♦l’ II

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Herts Advertiser

Herts Advertiser Hertfordshire, England

24 Jul 1886

tha Fairflald, Mr. naldaaeaTia araaliig. Oa tha lawa tea waa oarrad. aad addnaaaa giran oa botany, aoaaa Man being alto apaat ia ia laay irting tha •oßaotiaa prorioady ratamd to. Maasxx TXaoooß Jaasooir.—At tka Mannkaht Amlim, b«for» Mr. JwUm 0»t», /oh*

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Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow

Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow Hertfordshire, England

18 Feb 1887

P., Sir A. Campbell, M.P., Mr. Mark Stesnatt,ll.P., lir. J. W. Barclay, M.P., Mr. Br ['wan, M.P., Sir James Gibsn••Craig, Colonel Stiriing. of Rippendavie, Sir Graham Mo•tromsry, Rev. John Gillespie, Mr. James Hope, and Mr. F. S. Menzies, secretary of

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