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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

17 May 1900

Hon. J. E. Gordon, Capt. W. B. Judd, Mr. J. Same and Mrs. King. Mr. W. M. Judd presided and was supported by the Hon. .1. E. Gordon, bLP., Mr. Frank Seely, Mrs. John Seely, Miss Sylvia Seely, CoL Dalbieo, and Mrs. tlalbiao, Miss Gordon, Miss K. Z. Lloyd

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Isle of Wight Times

Isle of Wight Times Isle of Wight, England

22 Mar 1877

I Va. th k weal.. hi I , nd onannat. lint I'.. lif .lo ; I..e.ilely art ft, If be awl • rwarl 1.1.. e. SIIANKLIN. Agto Kr. MATTA% 1'.Mt11111•T; Mr. VIATIVI AT Moroi. Mn —Mr tow, Mr Itrigirton. Mr It. lir Mrs Iwo prod Mr WNW., Mrs mot this Mirror. 0

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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

1 Apr 1911

asked prisoner call the next morning at for his decision. the meantime Mr. btabbington comumnicatod with the police, with the result that when prisoner called he was follewed into the shop P.C. bkeats. who, to his surprise, asked him account for tho possession

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

9 Oct 1869

•M.ssMy. ra Mrs P ll.Uy.r „ Rev II St..k.« •Mr and Mr* Isaac* ixr it, and Mrs J. Johnaton /»r, •Miss laaac* Mr and Mrs Ihnnctt Mr and Mr-\V.!s« l>,d/.yW«, Mrs and Mi«~ -S.|uirv IfV.r r/.#, ■Mr k Mrs (Ullrnon- Sh*n> and family „ R. v k View article

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Isle of Wight Times

Isle of Wight Times Isle of Wight, England

19 Jul 1877

tlls D. di he, Mary Ws. =, Mr Mar Mr ft Mu S. Y. H. Mr aid Ys Oambrider M Knit, Mit ha, Ana Copt Mr St Mr. L W. Maser as lea, I.r.Cel t ha. Park Mere DL, .M U, NW Kr Mrs Mom, Jotter Mr J. Zak vll. Mr Drank, Mortettlold His H. E. *Are. II antiwar k.

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

30 Mar 1901

gangway; suddenly Lord Hugh got up from his scat on tl»e second bench, immediately behind Mr. Macartney, and, walk* with his usual rapidity, passed down the floor of the House—that is to say, parsed between Mr. Macartney and the Speaker. Now, to pass

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Isle of Wight Times

Isle of Wight Times Isle of Wight, England

13 Feb 1879

a • op t le vo ndi e r s t al wi t i r,.w ai hi th cb . I.—When did Ruins seriously threaten Metal - Gil retainer came running towarels rt lini, w i t l inging titan? his hands, and cry i ng, Laird! laird! the mistress 2.—Had not their conduct been coerarelly

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

22 Jul 1905

as that advocated. If, as suggested Captain Hutt, Mr. Barton has been harried and bullied by Mr. Hayden, and if, as Mr. Death said, the proceedings in committee have been calculated to upset not only Mr. Barton, but the members of the Council as well,

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

15 Jul 1905

Hotel, ; Mr* Faulkner, Spring Vale. 8d Mias (’.ailieane. High Park, Kyde, «d; Mr Soott, lnn, Oakflckl, fa Id: Mr Hancock, The Woralex, fa; Mr Newman, New Inn, 4a (id ; Mr Bedford, St John Road, Kyde, la; Mr Naylor, High Street, Kyde, (id: Mr Hayden, Hyde

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

22 May 1915

Bible, Homer and Shakespeare were the books knew and loved beet. There are blemishes in his work. sometimes aggre* in his self-assertion; often heavy and uncouth. His poetry pave scant heed to rhyms or verse, but it throbs with thought and feeling. looks

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

3 Jun 1882

Charles Ker, Lady Violet GreviUc, Lady Baldey, Lady Montgomery, Sir E. and Lady Harrison, Sir H. and Lady CrofL Sir H. C-H.per, General and Mrs. Clark Kennedy, Colonel and Mrs. 11. •lines Scott, Major aud Mrs. Hotham, Captain Wiugfield, and Mr. P. Griffith

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

7 Dec 1907

Argyll, the Earl of Hardwieke, laird Royston, the Dowager Countess of Normanton, General the Hon. Sir Neville and Lady Lyttelton, Lady Agneta Montagu. Lady Dorothy Neville, Lady Du Cane. Lady Flower, Lord Brsasey, laird Welby, the Karl Chioheater Sir

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

1 Feb 1902

rushed into tile office in great state of excitement on his return, show Mr Voules some paragraphs In French paper. “ Why on earth didn’t have this ? demanded, excitedly. “How the ''by the etc. Mr Voules leisurely hooked down a flic of Truth, turned back

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

11 Jul 1903

there were tea-parties for ladies at tl»e Bachelors’ and the Wellington ; while the Duke and of Wellington Apsley House, Baroness Burdett- Courts in Stratton-Ktreet, and Lord amt Lady Rotlischild, Lord Olenesk, and Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont In Piccadilly, were

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Isle of Wight Times

Isle of Wight Times Isle of Wight, England

22 Aug 1878

Hower'Mantic Kr and Mrs Winer', Mn Bandon Mrs Wilmot, Una cot Mr Mrs Aylmer Nelsen Cu., from Vinod& Road, 'Mr and Mrs= Parisian *Mr aad Mrs *Mr ad Mn *Kr sad tam, Conlin her. *Mr sad Mrs Mosta sod Sm. Mr awl Ma geoid, t fan.

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

7 Mar 1903

the amount of work Mr Welby had to (applause). Tea was then partaken of, the tea tables bciug provided by the following ladies: Mrs Welby, Mrs Mackenzie, Mrs Fortythi and Mrs Blair Cochrane, Mrs May brick, Mrs Davcy, Mrs McLeod and Mrs Green* i After tea

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

16 Feb 1856

of the Beacon being performed by Mrs. Bevis, wife of Captain Bevis, R.N., Admiralty agent at Liverpool; and that of the Brave by Miss Agnes Laird, daughter of the builder. Two similar vessels will launched from Mr. Laird's Liverpool yard next week, besides

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

15 Jul 1905

the necessary alterations have been made. P.B.A. —On Sunday last, at the open meeting, Mr BUckall presided. Mr. HilU offered prayer, Mr. Jolliffe read the lesson, and Mr. Kigg, Juu., recited. Miss Jackson gave the nolo, A Dream of Paradise.'* The address

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Isle of Wight Observer

Isle of Wight Observer Isle of Wight, England

14 Oct 1911

—Fairmont to Mrs. Killing, Gladstone Villa to Mr Bobbins, Grantham House to Mr. Osborne Homocroft to Mrs. Longwortb, Kenneth Lodge to Mr. Heath, Oban to Mr. McKay, St. John’s Villa to Captain Weldon B.N. Stratton Lodge to Miss Holmes, Salsatte to Mr. Winfield

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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

31 Oct 1885

A crtnmy tenant of an old-fashioned Scotch laird pressing him to complete some piece of work which had long stood over, the laird craved further delay, adding that he would give his word of honour, nay, his written bond, to have the thing done before

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