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  • County: Lancashire, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

31 Mar 1892

confidence in Mr. Gladstone. \ , FAILURE OF MANCHESTER SHIPPERS—DIS* CHARGE REFUSED. In the London Bankruptcy Court yesterday, Mr. E. L. II Grant, member of the late firm of Adamson, Bell, and Co., of Manchester, applied for his order of discharge. Mr. Registrar

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Wigan Observer and District Advertiser

Wigan Observer and District Advertiser Lancashire, England

5 Jul 1878

wad ivied them. and mei cosies that his Milked his nisenike oesmi. Es lied Is dwell For yeses ea years he arm his own hem in of his reirems. Yoo were milk the meld he had link faithful h erd wham appale d over his homeheid gin them feed he • ikne. I

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Heywood Advertiser

Heywood Advertiser Lancashire, England

22 Jun 1894

the prioress an accomplished psanixt, and he did not labour rain, fur ho had to be proud his pupd. When lay dying in Paris in 1849 Pnnuess at his bedside, and at his request she played to him a few mow& before be pursed away. The Ditcher Leingter, who has

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Liverpool Mail

Liverpool Mail Lancashire, England

11 May 1850

down to sumptuous repast at six o’ck-ck, the ekair being filled by Mr. W. W. Perrey, end the vicc-chair by Mr. David Ross. The chairman in proposing Mr. Dawkins* health, spoke highly of his qualifications for the office, and congratulated the township on

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

8 Dec 1881

Istitien ILLNESS OF MR. PiIRNELL. Mr. Parnell was taken Puddenly ill yesterday tai Kilntainhain Hoek, the prineipid sytnosorae being sudden ebdl awl shivering fits. IP Nr. Fdr roll. wl o lea% taken suddenly ID day, is very poorly tie day. His illness believed

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Soulby's Ulverston Advertiser and General Intelligencer

Soulby's Ulverston Advertiser and General Intelligencer Lancashire, England

4 Jul 1850

rommet by Mr. Bend wbe a lively mad padded mesh Lewd Palmdale. and tended Sir James Oraham with Sismiship for Lord Pat. merston,seldle to destroy him lA. Lady la the Steed Br Sandal, be e mesh his Mein wader memask misaldrione thee ltiiae Mr, add wdi

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

7 Dec 1888

es 'be sane elztt to the ostisosidotios Me. Fedi sMompetral, N•emsbor 'atb. P. Mr. Barrett lad his. ineerher of Ott jars us the Mssomrsotss Mal. Tho stothnd is which Mr. Barrett S. he cliapmed of wow, sow diss to the I *elitism of Forma as follows .—Coos

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

22 May 1882

properly discussed at full treelitg. Mr. seconded, and Mr. Baxter, an amsadmect. moved that the prnseedsd with that day. Mr. Vrtght saseaded the amendment, aod after somedfeuretoa wns pot to the meeting and earried. Mr.OiW. thaheotben reaetoaobmitihe fo'

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Lancaster Gazette

Lancaster Gazette Lancashire, England

24 Aug 1861

residence of Lady Caroline Lascellep, Eaton-aquare, and stealing a quantity of jewellery and other valuables, Mr. Wontner conducted the prosecution, and Mr. Lewis, jun., defended Simpson. On the night the July, leu o’clock, Pettingall was found in Lady Lascelles’s

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Liverpool Mail

Liverpool Mail Lancashire, England

31 Oct 1874

expressing his empathy with Mrs. Laird and the family iiog is being done yet to bring forward oandifor the vacant seat, and probably no poblio will be taken until after the funeral. Gossip that Mr. William Laird, the bead of the firm, Mr. John Laird, the chairman

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

12 Dec 1854

begs respectfully to present his grateful thanks to his numerous customers, by whose kind patronage he has been favoured during the last years, and begs to intimate 'that the business will still be conducted by his partner, Mr. GEORGE SUMNERS, Jun., under

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Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser

Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser Lancashire, England

2 Aug 1855

ta) Armltege. ggy Mrs. A. H. Ogden, J.M Kay and lady, fow children Cherierton Runnymeda. Prows* f^. ,lth S3M.J nine boards *175 pcs cords . , J ■ Msrah Gibraltar Alk-n A (eseept Honduras and! , M t«r Wool ™ and scrranl. Casrimo and lady, G. Uamiltcin, C

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

2 Jun 1870

The following Ladies hare consented r**eelre Articles for Rale the Raza«r : - Mrs. H. K. Arpinall, Clan/hton-hU* ; Mrs. Reazley, Fern-hill, Claught> ; Mrs. Rrauckcr Cavendish read, Birkeuhead Park; Mr*. Crawford, flanghton Fin*. «»\ton ; Mrs Cropper. West

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Lancaster Guardian

Lancaster Guardian Lancashire, England

19 Dec 1857

Haughtoo, &c. There were also several ladies fa attendance, as well as the greater portion of Mr. Laird's family. The tostimoniM conof massive servioa of plate, beating the following inscription:— “Presented to John Laird, Esq, by the inhabitants ■ad others

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Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser

Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser Lancashire, England

7 Aug 1896

Dowager Countess of Desart, Mr Archibald Camp*, bell. Lord and Lady Lawrence, Ur and Mrs Alan Lambert, Ur and Lady Victoria Howe, Mr and Mrs H J Tennant, Lord and Lady Craws haw, Ur and Mrs Robert Knowles, Mr and Mrs Frauds Pease, Mr Percy Tatham, Hr William

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Liverpool Mail

Liverpool Mail Lancashire, England

10 Oct 1868

authorised both by Messrs. Laird Brothers, the builders of the Alabama, and by Mr. Laird, M.P., to state that no notice has been received any such suit having been commenced, and that there are funds of Messrs, laird Brothers, of Mr. Laird, M.P., in the United

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

14 Aug 1885

' the with the Messrs lAird will be known to day. Amon, other Some, merit .1 yesterday mu likely to be approarhe , l in the roc' of wee of the I.rtl family aor.epting the proff.ved bower. Mr. F.Amund Taylor. Mr. Pred Smellb. Mr. T. W. Oakshott, Awl Ms

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Northern Daily Telegraph

Northern Daily Telegraph Lancashire, England

16 May 1889

millionaire. Mr Jamps Tyson has tbe reputation of being tbe wealthiest man in Australia. Frugal fat bie habit*, retiring fas his manner, Tyson handles largest enterprises in quint way, and pursues his prosperous conns (to use expression of his own) * without

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

14 Apr 1882

P., Colonel J. Ireland Blackbume, M.P., Mr. EMr. Thomas Knowles, M.P., Mr. H. T. Davenport. M.P., Mr. J. Rankin. M.P., Alderman A. B. Forwood (chairman of tbe Constitutional Association), Mr. Griffith Thomas (chairman of the Conservative

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Lancaster Guardian

Lancaster Guardian Lancashire, England

13 Apr 1861

present Sit Bodenck Murchison, Mr. Tire, M.P., Mr. G. 6. Scott Mr. Sydney Smirke, Mr. George Godwin, Professor Frankland Professor Hofman, Mr. C. H. Smith, Mr. G. B. Burnell, Professor Abel, Professor Ansted, Mr. Digby Wyatt, and Mr. Bonbam Carter (secretary)

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