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2 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Lancashire, England
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Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser

Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser Lancashire, England

21 Feb 1880

of juvenile parties? —Dr. Littletams (famous for his diagnosis of infantile disease): I, my dear madam ! On the contrary —I live by them '* What in the Captain 's but a Choleric Word. —The Laird (to his gardener, who had caught somebody trespassing):

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Type: Miscellaneous
Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

31 May 1876

too Dear fob Whistle.—Donald: E—b, sir, gran' ye've gotten baud o'l—The Laird: 00, aie, gran' fesb enoo, but I'd be gay an' glad it I saw my twa-and-saxpenny flee weel oot o' his mooth! Anatomy of the Tube—The Egyptians adored the bull, and multitudes

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Type: Miscellaneous