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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

2 Jul 1910

Taihot Kosevillo Mr. Newcomb Carl ton. Vernon Lodge Mr. Henry Brown and ClunUgh Mr. John LorilUrd and have let the following unfurnished houses Karnboroiigh the Hev, llcald, to Mr-. Haiders, Daubeney W:s. Sulman, Weston Villa Mr h. J. K Lorduor, No.! Pier

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Isle of Wight Times

Isle of Wight Times Isle of Wight, England

28 Mar 1878

ite mad an expensive 'oboel without his knowledge or consent ,;— when ,healthy digestion, and to conduce, subsequenil), to 111 r. l'ethenim appeanal for the plaintiff, and Mr., A carp at.: is seluom as handsome as his wife, be. the quiet steep, of which

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Isle of Wight County Press and South of England Reporter

Isle of Wight County Press and South of England Reporter Isle of Wight, England

16 Feb 1901

sad daughters. Mrs. Knallsr, Sir Edmund and lady Hay Corry Edward and Philip, Mr. and Mrs. Moulton Barrett and Elf* Mrs. Miles Vicars, Mr. Pieton Edwards*. Res. H. E. and Mn. Sharps. Mrs. G. M. Muter. Mr. and Mfrs. &Immo Hall, Major sod Mrs. 0. G. Moulton

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Isle of Wight County Press and South of England Reporter

Isle of Wight County Press and South of England Reporter Isle of Wight, England

2 Oct 1897

were responsible for this decorative work were Mrs. Neville. Miss Heaiy. Miss Ellen Hatclier, Mrs. Newnham, Mr. Newnham, Miss Lucy Rayner, Mr. J. W. Guy. Mrs. and Miss Cooke, Mias Corrigan, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Fox. Appropriate sermons were preached, in

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

3 Sep 1892

held an inquest at Penmaenmawr respecting the death of Mrs. Mary Walker, 67, wife of a cattle dealer living in Eccles New-road, Manchester. On Sunday night deceased, with Mr. and Mrs. Lomax, Mr. and Mrs. Wood, and three other Manchester visitors staying at

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

10 Aug 1912

blunder. Visitors The Lady Alice Deg Voocx, Sir Henry and Lady Fairfax Lucy, Mr. AjjkDardonor, M.P.. Major Korbea. Mr. and Mr«. Loulliard, Mr. Iloan, Mr. Ueveoiiort and Captain Douglas are Victoria Chambers, Kyde. New Prolific Potato. Mr. Harry Uuintoo, gardener

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Isle of Wight Times

Isle of Wight Times Isle of Wight, England

5 Nov 1863

Franklyn Mir Blythe Mr & Mrs Hobbs Capt and Mrs &tiaras Byer ENVIRONS. Lady and Misses Oliver ME cottage, ?Coss NUS vine, Mr, Mn and Miss List Hawthorn villa', •1, Ron. H. litzwillian Mr and En Cuss •Mr alai Rev. R. Dr. Kni Campti h M_ 84. Kt low sod

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

12 Nov 1904

waa so marked that great crowd watched his play, and many punters woo considerably copying hi* game in small stakes. Lucky Laird, aa he has been christened, has left for England with his winnings. Diamond-cutting up recent time was nearly all done in

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Isle of Wight Times

Isle of Wight Times Isle of Wight, England

6 Mar 1902

superintendent (Mr W. H. Deists) at which some io ur c l uartook Mr Dash presided over the •meeting, and in his remarks ed for cooperation in the work of the Sundayschool. The annual report of the secretary (Mr Young), and treasurer (Mr Savage) proved

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

8 May 1869

and Harmonium, hi* own pupils’ residence. MR. SYDNEY Y! LAKE, Organist Holy Trinity Church, Rtde (late assistant organist of Salisbury athcdral . LESSONS given the Pianofort#, Harmonium, ami Singing, either at his own wsidoms- that of hi* pupil*. Lueretia

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

10 Aug 1889

gives him. Under the impression aha is kept in enchantment ha forces his way into the castle to meet, to his astonishment, the king. Then learns that the lady he is enamoured of is his own betrothed, who comes forth at the close, re. stored to sight, to

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Isle of Wight County Press and South of England Reporter

Isle of Wight County Press and South of England Reporter Isle of Wight, England

13 Feb 1909

Bird OAowtoo. J.P.. Mr. O. B. Parkin, J.P., Major Bmti (2nd Boflolk Mm. BmU, OaaA Tompln. Lisnt. nMtom ol tho tad Boffolk BaaimoaA CofA HUla, Coat, and Mm. Frank King and Mm. Dadlaj, Mr. K. Woodword, Mr. J. C. MiUgtna, X. 0.. Mr. aad Mm. W. J. Kogg.

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

22 Jun 1907

back Cowes from visit to » found Mrs. Brine living in Louho with his two daughters laughter), 110 kept his situation clerk till I'.M.J ItOs., and then he came up to Luiiiljq and stayed with his wife at Cambcrw 11. Mr. Willis : But -ho was not your wife

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

6 Mar 1875

first year of its existence the House of Commons has lost only four of its members by death — Mr. Charles Gil- pin, Lord George Manners, Mr. John Laird, and Mr. E. S. Davenport. That is a remarkably small portion for such a numerous assembly — much smaller

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

12 Aug 1893

next month in Alsace-Lorraine ; but His Majesty's uncle has been long engaged to Hungary, and his cousin will be then in Denmark. The late Grand Duke of Hesse was never tired of recommending the waters of Nauheim to his Eng- lish relatives, and he cherished

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

5 Jul 1902

and Lady Bellow, laird and I-atly L'liek Browne, Sir John llraiuivr. M.P., and Lady Brunner, Sir Theodore Doxford, M.H., end Lady Bosfntd, Sir James Joieey, M.P., and Lilly Joioey. Major and Mrs Cayaor, Major and Mrs Voroker, Sir Walter and Lady Peace

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Isle of Wight Times

Isle of Wight Times Isle of Wight, England

14 Feb 1866

favoured him with their support during his stay with Mr. Ilayles, and eulogized his style of Cutting out all Garments, and begs to solicit them fur a still further share on his own behalf, and can assure them, from his general and practical knowledge of the

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

30 Mar 1901

always put up near Perth with crony who was devoted to chess. The laird had rather the better of his lordship at the game. In the revolution of the circuits Braxfield found himself trying his hospitable friend, who had got awkwardly mixed up in some abduction

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Isle of Wight County Press and South of England Reporter

Isle of Wight County Press and South of England Reporter Isle of Wight, England

16 Jul 1898

duplicate engine at their works must be faced, faced now (hew. hew). —Mr. Varty asked the £5 would cover the nee of water (“No.”).—Mr. Salter: Yea. certainly. —Mr. Varty said it was Mr. Salter mid it would Ei different complexion the whole question hew)

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

11 Feb 1905

entertain on a large scale this year, as will also those well known for their lavish hospitality, such as Mrs. Adair, Mrs. Bradley Martin! ™ John Mackay, and Mrs. Drexel. The number of rich American K**’* B thiM year bo doinu Eu[fP® 8 ©»P©cted beat all records

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