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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

21 Jan 1845

off.) 14 1 Mr. Greville's Alarm (15 to 1 taken) 17 1 Lord Stradbroke's Ides (18 to 1 taken) 18 1 Lord Chesterfield's Pam 18 1 Col. Peel's Cobweb colt 25 1 Mr. A. Johnstone's Annandale 30 1 Mr. Jaques's Anti-Repealer (take 33 to 1) 33 1 Mr. Mostyn's Pantasa

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

15 Dec 1840

ancient residence and duchess The laird was somewhat confused by his fall, and began himself to suspect that he was rather foo. He adjusted his wig, drew up his boot-hose, and his spurs were buckled on for him ; finally, his great coat, shawl, and cocked

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Lancashire, England

16 Oct 1840

commencing his miflistry Iil a iroiom inl 11Marble-st root, corner eflIlood-fetreet, iii which the Cliorai Y 'octety of thait day used to 1101( its niecting~~. At that period his congre g_ tion wos noit in oerous ; it soam, hII' 'f ever, xiucrea~od ?? his ??

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Manchester Mercury

Manchester Mercury Lancashire, England

13 May 1806

HIGHLAND REEL, Mr. Gilpin, Mr Komer—Charley, Blandt f ,*y Mr —Crowdy, Mr Mill*—.Shelly, Mr l'iMisoi’i—deijeant Mr Chambers—Laird of v MrHallisvell—Laird Cole, Andrews. i-.tUv.h, Ditcher Benin, Mr Wright Jenny, Muster-hens—Moggy Mc.Gilpm, Mr Hatton. ha.SCOTS

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

11 Jan 1848

and gratitude for his uniform kindness and unremitting exertions. THE LADIES' CHARITY BALL.-011 Tuesday night last the fifty-first anniversary of this most excellent charity was given at the Town -hall. Thi re were upwards of 700 ladies and gentlemen present

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

1 Oct 1844

other gentlemen. Most of the Co mmissioners of Birlsenhead were in waiving to receive Gem, including Mr. M'Nicol, Mr. W. Jackson , Mr. Mr. Bentham, and Mr. Hind. On reaching the Cheshire shore, by a special steamer, they were saluted w ith cheers by a large

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

1 Oct 1844

gentlemen. Most of the oscuarnissioners of Biraenhead were in wai:ing to receive irirlUditlM'N' • 1 Mr. Jackson, Mr. g, Mr . Cr -ee n - Mr. Bentham, and Mr. Hind. On reaching the Ch • tire shore, by a special steamer, they were saluted cheers by a large

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

4 Sep 1838

which had eaten• „ into his fit sh, and, owing to careful treatment, he has now nearly recovered his former condition. Thirst seemed .to be , the principal suffering endured by the horse ; as immediately. on his release he rushed to his old watering-place

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

4 Sep 1838

which had boles into his fli sir, and, owing to careful treatment,be,has.now nearly recovered his former condition. Thirst seemed to be, the principal suffering endured by the horse, as iminediately on his release he rushed to his old watering-place, and

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

6 Jan 1846

Stanley, Sir W. M. Stanley, Hon Mr. Cholmondely, Hon. C. Forrester, Sir P. Egerton, M.P., W. Tattoo Egerton, Esq., M.P., Lady Grey Egerton. Lady Charlotte Egerton, Sir E Cust, Lady Cust, John Stanley, Esq., and lady. J. R. Shaw, of Arrowe ; R. Leicester

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Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser

Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser Lancashire, England

1 Jul 1847

Toney, Mr. W. Hamsll, Mr. P. Deafen Mr. W. H. glad, dead, Mr. Holfenartjgr. Mr. O. H. Mr. Tathaa and lady, Mrs. Cal. Planch and female ■arrant, Mr. V. H. Draper aad ana, Mr. Hahn, Mr. P. Canamar, Mr. *. P. I apanaa. View article

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Lancashire, England

27 Sep 1844

Gibb; Of ailly Mr. James Plump ton; Mr. William Brown; Lieui!, by ?? At Regiment; Mr. W. A. Brown; Mr.Af ofRbetHorsfall;~ Mr. Joshua Edwards ; the Rev. Jouito wI tom Bowers: Mr. Edwrard Littledale ; Mr. Ambrose Ltce;tt enMr. Samuel Heline; Mr. Thomas Kayo

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Manchester Mercury

Manchester Mercury Lancashire, England

20 Aug 1822

now humbly offered his Majesty, and craved continuance of his Royal and protection. this address his Majesty was pleased make most gracious reply, and received the airows, Ire handed lo one hi. attervlants. The Karl of then hissed his Majesty’s Hand, and

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

8 Mar 1842

matrimony. MR. FERRAND.—There is no truth in the statement that Mr. Ferrand, the member for Knaresborough, is identical with Mr. Robert Ferrand, the corn factor, of Marklane, or that he ever set for the borough of Heden. Mr. Ferrand is the on of Mr. C. F.

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

8 Mar 1842

matrimony. MR. FERRAND.—There is no truth in the statement that Mr. Ferrand, the member for Knaresborough, is identical with Mr. Robert Ferrand, the corn factor, of Marklane, or that he ever set for the borough of Heden. Mr. Ferrand is the son of Mr. C. F

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Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser

Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser Lancashire, England

15 Nov 1845

opportunity of visiting the improvements at Birkenhead. His Royal Highness and Sir William, accompanied by Mr John Laird, inspected the new docks, the park, Mr. Laird's building-yard, and the Prince frequently expressed himself as extremely pleased and gratified

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Manchester Mercury

Manchester Mercury Lancashire, England

14 Apr 1829

of the little boys cried out, Here comes laird Kldon. A large orange-coloured shawl was tied round his shoulders, immense orange bow decorated his horse’s head, and his umbrella was tied to the pommel of his saddle with an orange ribbon. The seemed struck

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Bolton Chronicle

Bolton Chronicle Lancashire, England

25 Jul 1840

ami M’Gregor Laird, E>qr»., and about forty other geatlemcn. The. vessel got under way in the Slnync minutes before eleven o'clock. She steamed down the river at half speed through crowd of outward-bound ves-els, the excellent band of Mr. Peter Stubb-

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Manchester Mercury

Manchester Mercury Lancashire, England

6 Jul 1830

lias majesty the fullest assurance,of Arm I, termination condne his future expenses within hi- - Mr. Pitt moved address, which the com non, Iptadd'ed suit his majesty ,,i (~r the disehante his royal debt*, md 1,1 aw on the works arlfi.n I’oiace. This urotaVition

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Lancashire, England

12 Jun 1835

He endeavoured by all the means In his power to get the luggage for his friend, and appealed to Mr. Hlilbury, the manager 'of the railway, aisd after some fur- titer words his friend gave defendant two shillings as his proportion of the fare. Just about

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