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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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Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

22 Jul 1946

the old hall. an appreciation not only of the his.toric associations but of the fact that Mr. Walters's building is of sufficient architectural importance to be preserved entire. The first plan, which Mr. Howitt's replaces, was to clear away the massive

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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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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

10 Jan 1946

assistance. They welcomed q . photograph shows Mr. ■ ihp presence of Mr. , zzant unveiling the plaque. On i Bezzant. one cf the directors, who , left to ht, Mr. Eh had come reeularlv to Preston Davies Mr pemberren. and Sir present the cup and prizes

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

30 Sep 1953

or three years in front of Mr. Deakin started to of the implementation of our policy. Mr. Hyland indicated his willing- Pool Employe nese to withdraw the amendment. es which was accepted by the conference. Accused RUBBISH ' Mr J. S. Campbell.general secre-

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

3 Dec 1928

trebly defeated. His bitterness, his scorn. his barbed shafts, his arsegent display of superiority—all were there as usual. This time, however. not only did be get distinctly the worst of it, but he could sot retire gracefully. And his Real declaration

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

5 Aug 1950

ply Mrs. Hodskineon, Far- Sightly used &hands for the discriminating deed guaranteed -Handlten 14otore (Wheat() Nigh. Uppiniharri. Rutland. motor-cyclist. and we rive generous partl Ltd 46/48 Hamilton St. Birkenhead Call LADY as companion to lady recovering

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

8 Jul 1939

onlookers, he slipped on the first step in the flight and fell forward on to his hands. Police officers rushed to his assistance and lifted him to him feet. I am all right,” was his Lordship’s reassuring remark. He then passed unaided into the cathedral.

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

8 Jul 1955

evidence to disprove the gilt. ' Here you have two parties who were giving the bribe in :each case. Mr. and Mrs. 'Brabhain ■nd Mr. Osborn and the lady wl:h whom he was I living. They were both parties. Iso that they cannot corroborate each other. There

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

29 Jul 1960

yesterdaY. In this Photograph are: Front row (left to right): Mrs. Eric Rosewarne (Mayoress of Crosby), Mrs. Cyril Dingle (MayWeis oflibeeY). the Lord Mayor. Mrs. F. O'Neill (Lady Mayoress), Mrs. J. S. Kelly (Mayoress of Bootle). Second row: Councillor Erie

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

4 Mar 1976

after stomping the North of England and Scotland with his one-man show, A Taste of Robert Service. And In telling me of his experiences on his latest tour, which ended at Southport Arts Centre, Mr. Hayter takes a swipe at Liverpool Education Authority

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

18 Feb 1958

1955. after years of knee trouble. He announced his retirement from regular firstclass cricket at the end of last summer. retirement from the — ring in 1956. The jury included two women. Mr. Cockell sued Mr. Arthur, Wareham and Associated News- Papers.

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

26 Nov 1938

which Mr. Wolfe joined in 1933. His wife to be became a member a few ' , oars later. Mr. Wolfe has played many important parts, including Glogauer, the film magnate, in Once In A Lifetime, and the Venetian Ambassador in The Immortal Lady. Freshest

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

18 Oct 1929

WOW 114 10 7 mos r T 610 7 tig : 7l47;:rm3 lig ; CROUTFORI. 410 7 Mr 4 10 10 7 a 4 70 4 10 7 Writ TARN 111 r .._ 14.10 r 10 10 7 INN ARP K J t•r 5 10 7 %1r R•. 6 10 7 'Mr C. Pirteso 4 10 Mr J F. P.$ 4 0 T4O 511 4141 Orono. %our 4 0 PHANTOM .011 414

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

13 Apr 1910

Pothay. multspual rapl4l) i , . 11r. CALM tor Mr R IM - •ririeß rfluettri ells ILO rwuot • sac'. Ham in no abort year of sad • widow Storal, .fw th• sows. roe so•rwee. *urn moan Iwo • 1.•11 !soar is raw laird 1.41u.ue and %ill %It fa leer the n.omg tole

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Preston Herald

Preston Herald Lancashire, England

5 Aug 1905

the pro • canon Mr. .1. W. Pat on. Mr. Rd., loiAed. hoped, revival ot ‘iu-au!u. Wobsrer, Mr. G. Norris Mid\vMr. Wind- wire tiiti, tor all, reraunonUivo Mr. .1. .1. Mr. PhUin , Mr. K. ?. Reynolds.. Mr. Rimbaull Lai

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Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

23 Nov 1904

experience, has as yet never known bleat man who has not had his Fidus of the inferior sex, and in whose and intelligent understanding of his ,zities he has found rest and reouperacrises of his career. But even the ambitious of no eminence, finds c

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

7 Jan 1971

Aferchastal Kirkby. Nr. Liverpool. require Part 'lime Lady Assistant for STALBRIDGE DOCK, SHORTHAND TYPIST required by city their Crosby_ branch--Pleaw tee- solicitor'• office• mainly coo- phone Mrs. Murtagh. 051-924 1325 GARSTON, LIVERPOOL stjaCTlVA;°

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

7 Apr 1924

-411114 lockout nutizes is Caldwell, Laird's, mem' one neille•-441% 14 11 \IAA IVO Attkonhroil, where 2.500 men etigapd r.notrtuetoa work are um , 0 . . 4 soma coome/Rel. 4.a Maw. . MR. -lab mid ads .. Sod parse* negotiation* bare procoed-

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Rochdale Times

Rochdale Times Lancashire, England

21 Jun 1922

set eves on the girl and what I did tort him off his guard. swears, he'll either marry her or do for her. I do not suppose for • moment be is off Fears a rival and bluffs to frighten you, his laird; besides, what can he do! He will I returned. not

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