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Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser

Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser Lancashire, England

24 Oct 1896

was seconded by Mrs. Brown.—Mr. Barlow strongly opposed the resolution, on tho ground that the. medical officer should do the work. Their expenditure was going up, and they should remember that they were workhouse children. (Oh, oh.)— Mr. Wihttaker (Nelson)

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

30 Jul 1962

Runs Galore At Camel! Laird's The impregsive total of 466 runs for the loss of only 10 wickets was scored in the Merseyside Competition game at Kirklands. when Calomel! Laird ran up 276 for six declared and were held to a draw by 41aterloo Part, who replied

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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 Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

11 Feb 1933

batsman. to-day. was confined to his bed with tonsilitis, and may not be able to take any (tither part in the game. Scores and full description en Pape 3. BROADCAST FOR BROTHER SISTER ILL IN HOSPITAL AT WALTON do far Mr. John Lawrenson. whose sister. Mabel

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

26 Aug 1998

Powell 4-8-11 P McCabe 66 1314)6-0 RALLASILLA (91) B Paling 3-8-8 T Sprake 76 13(4)445 LADY LAPI4IIO4IO (17) W Mut 34-8 J Reid 47 14(2)050 MISS OREM (15(J Hob 3-8-8 R His 71 1997: Sharp Imp 7-8.11 Martin Dwyer 5-1 Rowed drawn (2) 14 ran. ECHO BETTING: 3 Alpen

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

12 May 1875

for biro. Two miles on the flat Trespasser, 13st Mr 0 Thompson 1 Upsilon, ISst Mr Hornby 2 %skham, 13st 71b Mr Cunningham 3 ' *“* Crs,— « . ,Mr Spence 0 ..Mrllcsslo 0 . .Ckptlngo 0 ,Mr Dalglish 0 .. Mr Barber 0 to Trespasser, to I Ask ham, 6to 1 agst

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

4 Dec 1925

apologised to hie having smoked when she was at a log. Mr. Wakeler %a id there was no ono .making when ',ilia. White left the hnerel- MN al. Mr V. P. Roberb.--It is aU very we] for tboar people •bo don't smoke, Mr. It'hairraan Ilse hatresse.--But I smoke. l'he

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

29 Nov 1902

IRISH LEADERS AND DOER GENERALS. Mr John Ys. Olkion had an hoof's maestro+ with Palo of his colleagues at yonerisy lv paw& by let from lie and is still mason to his room SETTING FIRE TO A STEANER. P- AL FOR • CAPTALN. At Drier Armes. Arran. bringer. sever

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

21 Nov 1910

elves • welliviest. At regard. &ewe* preanectiro saajarila. • teeter it.. law white Mr F. A. Geedwis' looted for • ilsosamed Mr. Mmietwed me vibe fifes. bud./ nee mad Mr. C. H. Hoerr& evader., would satilled with ear Hite than p. therms/. Or Chshser's rotas'

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Lancashire, England

18 Dec 1868

MESSRS. ROE- BUCK AND LAIRD. A correspondence has been published between Mr. Coningsby (representing the committee by whom the invitation to a working-man's dinner was given to Mr. Reverdy Johnson), and the American ambassador. Mr. Coningsby requests

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

21 Apr 1859

and struck his wife wlieu in a state of intoxication. After 1851 he gradually became wc rse; he sometimes spent all his money in drink, and then pledged everything in the house that could lay his hands upon for more, and at the same time his treatment

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Heywood Advertiser

Heywood Advertiser Lancashire, England

29 Sep 1860

ea firnarday. that was wan( se his erriag book area mat lady, mimed le Mews hone width/rm. nr. Berner Uses appears se barn all Winne with the wanes; Ise spoliatsd her of her )(wets and rays W Pekes Coon. On Monday Mrs. Bern emend judicial investigation

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

28 Jun 1905

Station.—Apply, Mrs. Miller, Thietioton, Kirkham. CtiUi’ENTCII-Joir.er morrfli's job ; 15 yeaos' ; i,lc hi?h'«t rp'rrm'o-; socority; oifta coilcvt roquirnd.—s6, Oi>bourTO-iv;»«J, SIMkpML A.VTM). flaoral, abb cook and wafh : rcfemw*.— {VVi Mr*, ffowarth. b

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

6 Feb 1954

could Learn by reading all the books in the library I could not help wondering when he was going to get his work done if ne was going to spend his time 143 ' reading. Indeed, the trouble began almost as soon as he had taken the post He started on a section

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

3 Mar 1979

nciu ding Said Mr Des Biilington, senior management jobless. group chairman: We are Ever since, former workers going to about loud and long about this because men are being deprived of the .night to work. In a letter to Mr Billington, Mr Rab Butler, chairmic

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Warrington Guardian

Warrington Guardian Lancashire, England

13 May 1865

to have »n opinion on his eidoofthe House, swing that Mr. Henley, ft gnivo «n.l reverend senior of seveuly-lwo. and Mr. Wftlpole, ft solemn and tremulous constitutionalist of sixty, have preferred higher claims attention. laird John Manners, mere young

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

23 May 1918

occupation Mr. Laird, M.P., till the death of his eldest son and successor, Mr. William Laird, it was the centre of the influences and energies mostly responsible for the rise, progress, and development of Birkenhead. The furtherance of iron shipbuilding and

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

26 Apr 1862

of the disobedience hi* sort, child ten years of age, he had chained him the bedpost, and kept him there six days. had also assaulted his wife because she remonstrated with him. The case wa» adjourned for further inquiry. Ladies delicate constitution

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

13 Sep 1888

Down upon tion, he leapt from the laird went tb® ooking forth after him. ipward to the glittering ling of awe and sham® art. For, with all his iperstitious man. The exaltation had daunted than he would have first time his life sition. SOCIETY. Jortn Lan

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Warrington Guardian

Warrington Guardian Lancashire, England

3 Nov 1877

was mainly owing Mr. Laird's great ability, sound judgment, and untiring energy that Birkenhead's present high position and prospect future greatness are due. (Hear, hear.) In tendering great sod important services Ibis district, Mr. Laird always had the

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