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East Kent Gazette

East Kent Gazette Kent, England

9 Mar 1872

asked the House to peas the bill is • measure of 'whit and sanitary reform. After remarks from Mr. Hunt, Mr. liinneird, Mr. D. Dalrymple. and D. brewer, Mr. fk If. Walpole tbotn.ht that the thanks of the House were due to the hon. gentleman who had Introduced

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser Kent, England

7 Nov 1863

MR. LAIRD ON THE ALABAMA. Mr. Laird, M.P., being present lately at a distribution of prizes to volunteers, in the Music-hall, Birkenhead, in the coarse of an address which he was called upon deliver, referred to statements which had been made respecting

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Kentish Gazette

Kentish Gazette Kent, England

19 Apr 1870

ALABAMA AND MR. LAIRD. A rather important decision has lately been delivered Judgn Blatchford in the United State* District Court in Admiralty New York. Property of Mr. Laird, the builder of the Alabama, having been attached the hands of his agents, Foster

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Folkestone Express, Sandgate, Shorncliffe & Hythe Advertiser Type: Article
Dover Express

Dover Express Kent, England

26 Jan 1894

great credit. Mr. . G. Wallis, who is well known in the trade, is the London representative of Mr. S. J. Clarke. C TNl cus, one of the most powerful cartoonists of the day, who has sent forth another of his coloured volumes, not only makes his pictures

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser Kent, England

9 Jun 1888

11r. whet : I ithe Mr. laberhise:This yess yestair, ad re yes had sot the sties wee to dose with the capital Whore: ley Wass Oat we end It elks P the of • moil Apses was paid to Abed Isms &Webs of thesis's. his sem did wpm es the Mr E. Daisy Nil thee •

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Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald

Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald Kent, England

17 Oct 1891

Woman* last word Scapegoat. byHall Cain* Quiet Mrs. Fleming 1 My Oflkial Wife 1 Wttcb of Prague, Marion Cmwtad 3 A Waasan’t Heart, oy Mrs. Alexander 3 Baaeon Fite*, by Werner 3 Pretty little Horeebreaber, by Mrs. Kennard Caspar Brooke’s Daughter, by Adeline

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Kentish Chronicle

Kentish Chronicle Kent, England

13 Jul 1861

The great trial of his life was, that his wife wouldn't let him smoke in the parlour. Mr. Serjeant Payne held an inquest on Monday on the few bones that were found under the ruins at London Bridge, believed to be the remains of poor Mr. Scott, who perished

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Thanet Advertiser

Thanet Advertiser Kent, England

5 May 1944

stage on the east pier. Paderewski gave a pianoforte recital before a huge audience at Folkestone on Saturday. v Mr. Sandford Moore has' begun his duties as organist and choirmaster at Holy Trinity Church, Ramsgate. The birth rate in Ramsgate in April was

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Folkestone Express, Sandgate, Shorncliffe & Hythe Advertiser

Folkestone Express, Sandgate, Shorncliffe & Hythe Advertiser Kent, England

11 Sep 1912

valor 10e. coarse . Th is race w ill b e under the Rd. Entrance fee 2s. control of Mr. .1. R. Taylor. Should 120 p.m.—Rive for Ohl Fisherlnew• any competitor not abide by his ruling (Prizes presented by the Hari of Rad- be shall be diequalified. nor). To

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser Kent, England

9 Jun 1888

GRAVESEND IMPERIAL P. NORM La The Been et Lairds rammed east the Mop of ISM' the td Ida the el le hie the mass et a ter IMMO et Lord haled tads. wired the DOI weld at Mom credderstke el goer tire of tansies • the hi die dimes at hamburger. The Meggido veered

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Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald

Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald Kent, England

12 Nov 1892

Messrs. Laird’s yard at Birkenhead. The Bishop of Chester read the religious service, and Lady Margaret Gtosvenor christened the vessel. King Leopold opened the Session of the Belgian Parliament on Tuesday with a Speech, in which he expressed his conviction

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Dover Express

Dover Express Kent, England

29 May 1891

The Naval Exhibition. All About the Navy* By W. Laird Clowes. Illustrated. Crown Svo, price is. South en's Life of Kelson his been issued as a Volume Cftfi22ll Nltio.-*.. Li!)ri.y. Price jd. ; cloth, OA. CASSELL*S EDITION South of Set so- contains Eight

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Dover Express

Dover Express Kent, England

12 Jun 1891

The Naval Exhibition. All About the Royal Navy, By W. Laird Clowes. Illustrated. Crown Bvo, price is. Southeifs Life of Nelson has been issued as a Volume of Caasell's National Library. Price 3d.; or cloth, 6d. CASSELLS LIBRARY JCDITION OF South ey's

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Dover Express

Dover Express Kent, England

5 Jun 1891

The Naval Exhibition. All About the Royal Navy. By W. Laird Clowes. Illustrated. Crown Bvo, pries is. Soutfict/'s Life of Nelson has been issued as Volume C&ssell National Library. Price 3d.; or cloth, 6d. CASSELLS LIBRARY EDITION OF Southey's Life of

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Dover Express

Dover Express Kent, England

15 May 1891

The Naval Exhibition. All About the Royal 'Navy. W. Laird Clowes. Illustrated. Crown Bvo, price it. Southey's Life of Nelson has been issued Volume of CmhmU's National Library. Price 3d.; or cloth, 6d. CASSELLS LIBRARY EDITION OF Southey's Life of Nelson

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Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser

Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

13 Jul 1928

Monckton, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Margetts, Mrs. and Miss Melchers. Mr. Randp.ll Mercer, Mr. and I Mrs. Janies Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Mead. Mr. and Mrs McDermid, Mr. and Mrs. I Murrell. Mr. and View article

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Kent & Sussex Courier

Kent & Sussex Courier Kent, England

11 May 1906

Waldegrave, Lady .aura Ridding, lady Wilfreds Biddulph, Rev. S. E. Waldegrave, R«v. Reginald Fawkea, Captain Brodie, Mr Wilfred L. W. Brodie (nephews and nieces of the deceased), Mrs Dr. W. Laird-Cox (her constant friend and medical adviser). Mm Laird-Cox, Mrs

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Thanet Advertiser

Thanet Advertiser Kent, England

7 Jun 1873

her in the passage. Ho took bold of her with his left band. She noticed that his hand trembled very much. He then put his right hand into his breast pocket, and when she noticed him again he bad pistol his hand. She said, Oh, Dave, don’t,” and she at

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Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette

Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette Kent, England

28 Jul 1888

of Mr. Lockwood, Q.C., who is nothing if not witty. Travelling abroad with his wife, fell into the company of Scotch laird and his wife, both evidently anxious to know who their fellowtravellers were. Arrived at the hotel, the laird inscribed his name

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