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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

24 Oct 1863

and Liverpool. Mr. John Laird, M.P., entering the was greeted with loud cheers. Amongst the officers gentlemen present were Lieut-CoL King. Captain Homer. 2nd C.B.T. ; Captain H. H. Laird, Ist C.R.V. ; Captain- Commandant William Laird, sth LAT. ; Captain

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Lancashire, England

3 Sep 1864

BUST';OFa MR. IJOHN LAIRD, [M.P. FOR BIRKENHEEAD. The Birkenhead Borough Hospital, as our readers know, owes its foundation to the liberality of Mr. John Laird, M.P. It is essentially a working man's institution, and it is recognised as such by the working

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Lancashire, England

5 Feb 1862

numbered 347, beeut the exact, nualshero Mr. Laird's majority. Mr. W am Hlind, (chairman of Mr. Laird's election committee) pre., aided and amongst those present were Mr. John Lair , M.P.; Sir Phil, gerton and Mr. Tolle- mache, members for &uth Cheshireo

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Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser

Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser Lancashire, England

7 Jan 1865

MR. LAIRD, M.P., ON WORKMAN’S SAVINGS AND THE FRANCHISE. Mr. John Laird, M.P., addressed freehold land society at Thursday evening, and, in the course of his speech, Raid, when I w,;s invited to take the chair on this occasion, I thought it my duty to

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

14 Feb 1871

boiiM lod«r«rs who had since goB« away from the town* Mr. W. H. Brittain, pay-olerk Messrs. Lairds’ establish* monk, ideatiSel some the things.—On the application Mr. Meore, who was for the defence, the prisoner was remanded till Wednesday. Thr*at«»in»

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

30 Mar 1863

if possible, against the North. Mr. Laird is a Conservative, and one the moat eminent naval architects in the world. His trading partialities, however, do not interfere, rather did not interfere, with his politics or his interests, for in ltkil it would

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

16 Sep 1936

Blue Star Line, wu launched by the Hon. Mrs. George Vestey at the yard of Messrs. Cammell Laird and Co., Birkenhead. in the presence of thousands of people. including the Lord and Lady Mayoress of Liverpool (Mr. B. J. and Miss Margaret Hall). The vessel

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Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

19 Aug 1874

THE EVENING NEWS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, Mr. Laird, M.P., is still in a precarious condition The Khedive's mother has received from the Sultan the decoration of the Osmanli brilliants. The British Association for the Advancement of Science opens its meeting

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Heywood Advertiser

Heywood Advertiser Lancashire, England

18 Jun 1971

have willth H thatday Mr ea living. Mr Davis wondered if ever y been granted to his widow Mrs be the local elections in Sexily asked about having a bath Am Davies. dt l with dark a selected the hadn't eloquently indicated in Mr Albert Pinner of 38 Stan-

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

17 Nov 1856

twelve of 1,310 tons, was launched from the shipbuilding yard of Mr. John Laird, Seftonstreet. This being the last large vessel to be constructed in tins yard Mr. Laird, is at his removal i to his new and extensive premises, Monks' Ferry, unusual amount interest

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

21 Mar 1957

rateable to and respectively. Giving his decision Mr. J. Laird, member of the tribunal. said the court were wrong in reducing the assessment, which would reinstated at £29 gross and rateable There wlu be no order to costs. Mr. Bern had asked the court to reduce

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

17 Feb 1922

GRNAT Mr. MAKENZIE9 SPE LONDON'S B LIST. RILLIANT CIA DIADLI MUD at am laird t. ova a. rear I I remelt's, vl l ler named tO ell eels Dear ban 6 'lll 11. 7 laid I II ler la • 7. Z t c .nt ur Mae DO AS ADOVII•SANIIDPATIE LINTS AND CUS OAST OVA NUNDOIDS

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

22 Sep 1975

1.. e Li,erpool Echo, /Amodio, Big dip in Laird Group profits Pretax profit for tnc Laird Grv..p, -.lth its diversified interests in metal industries, transport and aviation, motor components and other engineering, and dap repairing, down for the half-year

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Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

2 Jun 1945

Captain Ronald Haines, Labour candidate for Danven, meets some of his supporters. Left to right: Mr. Austin Kay, Mr. Cecil Heap, Mr. R. Latham (local party secretary). 8,000 CHANNEL ISLANDERS AT RALLY ITKDER the appropriate title “Liberation Rally,” 8

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Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser

Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser Lancashire, England

20 Sep 1853

performedby Mrs. Stirling and Mr. Compton, who are, engaged for a limited number of nights. At this theatre we perceive with much pleasure Mr. W. Farren is announced to give a series of performances prior to his final retirement from the stage. Mr. Farren

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

16 Jan 1908

LINE ON fare Mr Dirac sod • an ► girl fraud. Mr, Wallow Top*, mod .it. Ben* far leg. ware deified Ilistthey wools al. Mr. Mott. is cassia. sad lam irs. • atfi s d Ni. .ad Mrs. Flowage, ✓ol a Ni. Pletcher. lee brim • Amy. She bashed spun Mr._aad her Naar

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

5 Nov 1908

Demon Mr. Corkhill mentioned that Fesso had been A goods train of nineteen • 4 r akr Penrod • Moreno. .. bedded to the Meals l'etnntittee among themselves , which, in No far as they aa•Mr P 9 Bateerd's tln inter .. that of Iron , and an was Mr. opp said

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

27 Jul 1945

Mr. Morrison waving his hat on the announcement of his victory by 15,000 in a former Conservative stronghold, East Lewisham, Sir Assheton Pownaii, the unsuccessful candidate, Is on the right. He held the seat for many years. Railmen’s One- Day Strike

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

17 Oct 1955

Four ladies seeking a title cluster round to prepare a table at Burroughs and Watts hall, Soho Square, London, for the women's amateur snooker championship first round te•day. From the left are: Mrs. Nancy Webb, Tottenham; Rita Holmes, Leyton; Mrs. Marion

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