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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

17 Feb 1877

Lientenant Lord Onmatoo. ThePrtue of wu roooiyed with aecurtom«l warmth, and ao were Prince and Prmcme ChnoUan. Mr. Gladstone, who drey* town with Mr* Htototone, tolmoui carriage, and Lord Boaouaheld, who other member, of the Diplomatic Body. A'th* Turkish

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Nouvelle Chronique de Jersey

Nouvelle Chronique de Jersey Jersey, Jersey

17 Oct 1896

Gymnasium & Kindergarten MIMS man= Per apply Peineipal. OXENFORD HOUSE SCHOOL Le pine siert pa; am _ r. PHILIP LE CORNU ak his hi*. Y poor tt;l;delEitNimwchiaEBEY: Hula . I k bila : W e It Nnw erle t i rsg P or Dt a b t lis ie , l a .itat.: l Ecosse

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

12 Sep 1891

defendant had his remedy if his allegation were true, as he could complain the police. Mr. and Mrs. Uuez (of St. Ouen) were actioned Mr. Le Cornu and Elizabeth Feuvre, his wife, pay a certain allowance said to Is* duo for the maintenance of Mr* Nancy Couteur

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

6 Feb 1860

Mrs. M. Frances Dufreans, Adn N. A. Payn, having abandoned her the Viscount was authorised to write to the said Payn, to satisfy his creditors within two months, under pain that his property be adjudged renounced. Bavin (guardian) v. A hub.—This was a

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

21 May 1892

Wesley* street, sang The now kingdom and tbe Lost Chord,” both being tendered in that lady’s happiest stylo. Mr Lee done well to place his Meditation flat before hi- lively sonata c >mi».iBitig the Allegro con molo, lento, and vivaoe m iments; lor while

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

11 Jul 1857

meetings were sometimes held in Mr. Laird’s back shop. In this way 1 became acquainted with L’Angelier. He was very variable in his spirits, remarkably so. His conversation was generally about ladies. He sometimes seemed vain of his success with them. He talked

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

29 Aug 1891

und-r the supennteodeucß of Mi. C. »w, ehcinci»u to tbe company. At the trial yesterday there were present Messrs. W. Laird, J Laird, H. Laird, J M. Laud, Captain L-cky (K N.K., marine superiot-ndent (4reat Western Kailw%y Company), C Sp-ignoUtiti (chief

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

9 May 1857

haying tasted it, would have nothing else. On rising from table, therefore, tile laird would be mors affected by his drink th*!* if he had taken his ordinary allowance of port His servant Harry, or Hairy, was to drive mm home in gig or whisky, it was called

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

2 Feb 1861

circle. Death of Mr. Macguegob Laird. —The name of this gentleman, whoso death, which took place Sunday, we announce with much regret, will be well known to all interested in African exploration. At early ago Mr. Laird relinquished his interest in on extensive

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

24 Feb 1900

eutraapoadeat Dordraebt telagraphe oa Monday Mr. Laray, Magtatmta, arrived hers at soon to-day and opsned tbs Ooart for tba tranaaotioa ot aifil and criminal bneinaaa. Mr. O’Brian, on behalf of the eommanity, tendered Mr. hearty weioome tad paid high tribate

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

20 Aug 1904

me. I don’t know where i should hare bean without it.” This is from statement aude by Mrs. D. Banyan, of 36, Mouses Street, Abbott Bead, Poplar, E., Bth Ap 11,1904. Mrs Bonyan ooatinuaa: “I used to suffer terribly from indig.stion.My appetite was poor,

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

28 Feb 1874

able proceed to consider their verdict. His Lard-hip then proceeded with his summisg-up. called attention to the fact that the defendant wan unable to ray in his cross-examination whether his attenlier.s to his cousin Kata wars ordinary or particular

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

11 Apr 1891

more than he could pay for years. Mr. l,a*eson forgave him the debt on his promise never again gamble. Mrs. Orttmvood, about whose fate Mnnipuf such anxiety has been fell, daughter of Mrs. llmb.iz-.n M sire. Mr. and Mrs. Grimwood have four yours at the

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

29 Oct 1904

being donation from his Majesty the King for the relief of tbe poor families now suffering from Friday nUfbt’s disaster in the North Sea. His Majesty’s generous gift is much appreciated, and shall applied i 0 accordance with his wishes. I remain, dear

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

4 Jul 1885

kind of tmpogiesioD that I couldn't stand,” ” What distinguished people did yon see when von worn abroad ” was asked of Mrs. Dobbs, Mr retorn from China. u Oh, lota of them. But the one that look my fancy was Wao Lung, the bair consumptive to the throne

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

23 Feb 1884

Meols Vixen. E—Mr. H. O. Miller's bk d Madeune, by M inert on Lady Lizzie E—Viscount Molyneux (Mr. J. Neild’s) r d Nolan, by Bedfellow—Nellie Nightingale. E—Mr. T. E. Morrell ns (Mr. W. Bell’s) p Tournament, by Herrera—Uawksbawe Belle. E—Mr. M. Morrison

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

12 Jul 1859

30 ladies, and about as ra * n y.. chlldre ?, ant i had Captain Henry had been ailing Aden, an been obliged to make over his eharge to M>. , the chief officer. On night had c ere attack of fever, and only left his ‘a* following rooming to see his fine

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

16 Oct 1909

—1, Mr. Twiddy Caton'a dog Tiny; 2, Mr. Twiddy Caton’s dog Bully. Class 48.—Pomeranians, black, dog.—Mr*. E. T. Nicolle’s Bobbie ; 2. Mr. R. L. Bryant’a Jersey Prince; 3, Mrs. J. G. Brocq's Bobbie; r, Mr. R. L. Bryant’s Guy Fawkes; v.h.c., Mrs. E. T

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

7 May 1898

l>uea a«d p»r.y ; Pare Oa«l ; Me«are. F.ilay lady, BIN aad lady, bparriar and (aaily, aaaan. Le Cattpball, Moaraat, Viviar. Marabtoi Paotrel. Margin lady, Uarteit,Tbotaa*, lafiay, Bllla, Bretono, Parrot, Mrs. Mtaa 60. By tba LTWg, Oapftaia O. W, Breach

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Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph

Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph Jersey, Jersey

26 Jul 1884

reply to Sir H. D Wolff, Mr. Gladstone stated that the financial experts had concluded their labours, and he hoped that the Egyptian Conference would re-assemble in a few days. In reply to Mr. Dawnay, laird E. Fitzmaurice expressed his belief that the King

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