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  • County: Lancashire, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Illustrated

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Soulby's Ulverston Advertiser and General Intelligencer

Soulby's Ulverston Advertiser and General Intelligencer Lancashire, England

27 Dec 1849

day. Mr. Welhy Jackson, one of the Judges of the Suite Court, has been appninted be linvernment to inve•itigate charges brought by Mr. Cruise, an indigo planter. against Me. Pringle, the Session Judge, and Mr. Pearson, the magistrate of Purneab. Mr. ilenty

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Manchester Mercury

Manchester Mercury Lancashire, England

9 Nov 1824

Prisoner having concluded his address vat down evidently the efiort and overcome . , is v A glass water was brought him, which took a little ; and while the to his cliaractiT were examining leant hi* head on his hand, in which xtill held hi* handkerchief iu manner

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Manchester & Salford Advertiser Type: Illustrated
Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser

Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser Lancashire, England

15 Oct 1846

d, to Anne, daaabtoref Mr. JeaatbM Vert,, b*af Otooee. Cambertead, late ef tbie town. beaM der, it. Oeergee. Hsaerer eeaaro, Lendsn. Hear, Jobn. Mr. and Lady Aeeerta MHbanb. and nepbew to tbe Unbe Cteveland and Fewlatt. to Lady Manaret Henrietta Marfa

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Manchester Mercury

Manchester Mercury Lancashire, England

7 Oct 1828

»op *happe Mr. Paul, admirable Turk Chappe Air., Turk ; w;;h Mrs. and Miss in fancy dresses ChrttrVton .Mr. jun., Pendleton, Scotch Laird; good dress C!. ■ j 3li».<. in very beautiful fancy dres.t * lies Mr., in court ruit (. hesshyre Mrs. in magniaaent

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Liverpool Mail

Liverpool Mail Lancashire, England

26 Oct 1844

Wales Bank ; Mr. arl ? I Chester; Mr. Joseph Paxton, Chatsworth; Mr. 11. Perking Palatine Club; Mr. Joshua Pollard and Mr. George IV.- ' lard, Bradford; Mr. J. Patten, R. A., Liverpool; Mr. J aims I Pendlebury, Duke-street, Liverpool; Mr. Charles Parsonage

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Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser

Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser Lancashire, England

20 Jul 1848

colts. Mr. Green's b c Abbot Wintringham I Mr. Jones's b f Lady Barbara Butler 2 The Bbmtimck TemsiomAL. a Handicap Stake of 15 sovs each, forfeit, with a Piece Plate of sovs value added. For all ages. Mr. Merry’s b f Aspasia. 3 yr* ..Dashan 1 Mr. Meiklam's

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

27 Aug 1844

applicable to vessels of any size or any the velocity of the ship. Mr. Laird, therefore, very apof leam propulsion, and even, we presume, to sail- propriately denominates this main feature of his invention hand some for peculiar purposes. These two vesse l

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

27 Aug 1844

to vessels of any size or any the velocity of the ship. Mr. Laird, therefore,. very ap;_g of steam propulsion, and even, we Presume, to sail- propriately denominates this. main feature of his invention h ug craft for peculiar purposes. These two vessels

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Blackburn Standard

Blackburn Standard Lancashire, England

12 Oct 1836

Will He not Hi. Zion which He h ‘‘E Hcuot Hnn-elf, with His outstretched band and His mighty will lendeily guard His Israel, His elect people in Hi. .uokenevil he in t contound and bring to nouglif adversary fk* l ,. P”(. ,|h it against Hi- Sanoiuary

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Manchester Mercury

Manchester Mercury Lancashire, England

29 Feb 1820

Quarterly Waiter* to hi* Majc*ty Page* «I Honour to his Maje>ty Grooms the Privy Chamber hi* Majesty Serjeant Surge-ms to hi* Majoty Physician* l<» hi* Majesty Phys.cians Ins late Majesty Household hi* late Majesty C lerk* the Clo>etto his Majesty Equerrie*

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Bolton Free Press

Bolton Free Press Lancashire, England

2 Apr 1842

sat some time, some phlegm came dos - n his nostrils, and he made a curious noise in his throat, but his wife said it was usual fur him to do so, and no further notice was taken of it. A little alter two o'clock, his wile and son, and the wife of winless

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Liverpool Mail

Liverpool Mail Lancashire, England

25 May 1839

previously reported that Mr. Slaoev, who now misrepresents this borough parliament, was oos of tweotytbvee whig-radical members who had seat ia their adhesion Sir Robert Peel, <>o hcaneg of his Mpointmsnt as prime mini#, ter; butaa Mr. mustered with radicals

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Liverpool Mail

Liverpool Mail Lancashire, England

11 Apr 1846

Charity : Ml Kight Hon. Dowager V Margaret Jones Mrs. Edward Henry Hoare Miss Mrs. Eddows Mrs. Massey Mrs. Swinton 80u1t Mrs. Kelly Mrs. Abercrombie Mrs. Laird Mrs. John Laird Mrs. Watson Mrs. Tike View article

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Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser

Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser Lancashire, England

11 Aug 1836

headed by Mr. Hull, M.P. and consisted of Lord ■ Hentinek, M.P. Lord M.P. Sir John Hac Reid, Mr. Thornely, M.P. Mr. Wallace, M.P. Major Head, Captain Barber, Mr. Hriggs (of Alexandria), Mr. Arburthnot, .Mr. ThurfHirn. .Mr. Kerr, Mr. C olvin, Mr. Darnell

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

16 Mar 1847

exclusive of the engine and tender, was about 65 tons. The engine was driven by Mr. Daniel Gooch, the locomotive superintendent of the Great Western line, accompanied by Mr. M'Connell, the locomotive superintendent of the London and North- Western line

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Liverpool Mail

Liverpool Mail Lancashire, England

30 Nov 1837

n-miiany were her Royal Highness the Duchess Kent, Viscount Melbourne, horn and Lady Barham, Lady and Miss Dillon, Marquis Headf.irt, Lady Mary Hon. Missl'itt, Miss Spring Rice. Lady Caroline Harrington, Miss Divys, Barone,s Lenten, Hon. C. Murray, and Colonel

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Blackburn Standard

Blackburn Standard Lancashire, England

12 Feb 1840

uninatrird laidie*, viz Lady Adelaide Png-'t Lady A. (S<»r«l«»n l*ady S*r..h K.C Villi# bil) K A. (J. I). Ktiilli'l* K Cow pel liNil) ||;«\ lLady A. K. (it Lady J.itn 11. Ilnmrti* Ludy Kb-Miiora ('. l.ady Mary ('. d by lb**

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Blackburn Standard

Blackburn Standard Lancashire, England

30 Dec 1835

Groctr. BtiUon Mr. Thomas Cocksey. Haslingden . Mr. Thomas Piikington. Lancaster Mr. Thomas Hodgson, Land Surveyor. Manchester ~..Mr. T. Winstanley, Solicitor, Brown Street Preston >,. Mr. John Sherrington. Rochdale .Mr. Dearden, Solicitor. Warriugtou

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Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser

Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser Lancashire, England

12 Oct 1843

/ J. CALDWAH/8 PATENT SELF-FLEETING W|RDLASS AND PURCHASE FOR SHIPS. VTILLIAM SHIELDS beßi rrapectfully tender his V sincere thanks to his friends and tbenublic generally for pttst favours,-and. as'ROLE MAN rf ALU WALL'S SELF-FLEETING WINDLASS and PURCHASE

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