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  • County: Leicestershire, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849

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Leicester Journal

Leicester Journal Leicestershire, England

4 Sep 1840

admire Mr. Parry ? this gentleman, hear, will sing his far-famed songs Wanted a Governess and Musical Husband which have excited the visible faculties of his audiences to an almost dangerous degree. Miss Bassano is much admired ballad-singer. Mr. Mori

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

27 Jan 1821

hi nine XI. J !1.. MORTif ME H, CARPENTER and JOINER, (Late with Mr. Swain,) ESPECTFUI.LY acquaints tlie Inhabitants of i Leicester and its Vicinity, (hat lias comneed the above business on the premises formerly iipied by Mr. Keightley in Shamblcs-Laue

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

10 Mar 1849

(Loud cheers.) Mr, Barnett here explained, that as the law now stands a person who is moderately unwell may not be removed : hut if seriously must be removed—ao that the order for his removui amounts passing sentence of death upon him, Mr Whetstone said

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

28 Apr 1849

force of the found relate the trial, solicited fur his goods, the made concussion, thrown into his arms Mr. was seriously into hi« shop, and the certainty of r-rdicl being returned in hi* jured. while the lady escaped scathe'ess. B- ih she and her favour!

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Leicester Herald

Leicester Herald Leicestershire, England

11 Apr 1832

reader minima' is linguist k vat. Tossday isms. boosted by his family &wry. parapet *so Mr. T. Berm, al Whits Hews Is% kinptbsrps. is IShir par of hi. ago Us Towday ha. is wit, )Mr, May, of Mr. Muir ddo %%bias Haar Kat' Ow upwards of thirty pars; bar

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Leicester Journal

Leicester Journal Leicestershire, England

14 Jun 1816

and lady laird 8i li Lady ers, Loid and Lady Lady and Lady Juliana Gower, Lady Frances Haaulton, LordCtdtir. Cot. and Lady f;. k, SLady Hardy, Sir Geornc and Lady Hi!', Sir Johu Stewart, Mayor aud Mrs.Humphries

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

18 Aug 1821

subject. 1 have often, my Lord, heard you highly spoken of. Some time ago I was acquainted witha lady who was either nearly allied to you, or the late Lady Liverpool. Her sentiments of your good principles inspire with hope (hat you wilt act up to that

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Leicester Journal

Leicester Journal Leicestershire, England

24 Jan 1817

payment. 1.F.1, lady>day rirat. Old Stile, ITWO closes Grass Lantl, in lite lordship nf Knighton, adjoassag the Irani pik.e road lending Irons Lercesier to Market containing 3la ;'.a. 7r. witb a barn thereon, iv the occupation ot Mr. Aid. Bismos. For

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Leicester Journal

Leicester Journal Leicestershire, England

12 Apr 1811

BtUon, undSkeeptAead, Leieeetmry shire. TO BE SOLO BY AUCTION, By. Mr. WILD, * At the home Mr. Richard Smith, the Kraft'* Head Inn, Helton, on Mduday tho day April ui»t. two o'chrak in the afternoon, (under such roudit.on* shall lie tbeu prod.iced) A

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

14 Oct 1848

healthy In hi? opinion death was occasioned congestion of the lungs. The jury returned verdict of Died the visitation of God. from congestion of the lungs, Mrs. Armilagc was years of ace. had been married, and had two children not now living, (Hi Sunday the

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

15 Jul 1848

conclusion as to subject which has been referred to the hon. and learned member for Reading (Mr. Sergeant Talfourd) and the hon. member for Buckinghamshire (Mr. 1) Israeli). They complain that leagues and associations were formed out of doors, and yet

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

27 Feb 1819

Frederic and Lady F«wK'-. Sir W. and Lady and two Mm. Dixie*. Mi«* Green, the Hon. Mr. Curzon, Sir W Hall, Mr. and Mr*. Keck, Mr. E. Mrs. and the Mm Bnriiaby., Mr. and Mr». Che.lvn, Mr. Win.tanley, Mr, and Mn. Gough. Mr.

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

10 Jun 1848

geotlcimr. «h ««r. to addros? tb. i.uv.m. fully -.I rr,,«rubly att.-ud.d >.r J W.lmd.v -,r II Hall. Ml* Mr Hum. Ml Mr Mil bnin- Ml* Mr .11.a.n-, Ja.-b lUI. Mr. Sod 1,..rd Dudley Muarl, and numy otb. r gintlem. re ,iJhi •intl > lansh ». ut The ass. inblajrt

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Leicester Herald

Leicester Herald Leicestershire, England

12 Mar 1836

Esq.. K.C., is appointed in his place. The latter ' person is only known as en adherent of Mr. O'Connell, for whom he voted at the last Dublin election. A young barrister, member of the Reform Registry Association, and one of Mr. O'Loghlen's election committee

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

10 Dec 1831

and from Wy.n.l K«i|. . LAi>rd> and its VICINITY. Immense Reduction MrUi.soS, i L'*.%K< f ISI.A.NKKTH, («. 11. Co.) »iM«ctfuih* '010 the attention his Friends, the Ladies ~f 1. i(■»-•>!' and it* vicinity, a LOT 4th winch I-.e his just received, is otfeiing

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

28 Jan 1843

Denman and Mr. Justice Patteson. Norfolk. — ('hief Justice Tindal and Mr. Justice Coleridge. Northern. — Mr. Baron Parke, Mr. Justice Coltman, and Mr. Baron Rolfe. ''fid/and. — Mr. Baron Alderson, and Mr. Baron Gurney. Oxford. — Mr. Justice Erskine

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Leicester Herald

Leicester Herald Leicestershire, England

21 Jul 1830

appears to have a good chance of success for this borough, Mr. Barclay having resigned. Mr. Manning has declined soliciting a renewal of that honour ; but Mr. Baring, Mr. Weeding, the lion. Mr. Bu!war, and Lord l'erceval, ale said to have already announced

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Leicester Journal

Leicester Journal Leicestershire, England

4 May 1849

more natural than that young Edward, with his precocity of judgment—with his anxiety for Protestant succession—with his conviction that all would lie undone succeeded liiiu—with his inability to pass over Catholic Mary without also excluding Ihc Protestant

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Leicestershire Mercury

Leicestershire Mercury Leicestershire, England

2 Dec 1848

notorious decision of Lord Denman. Mr. M. D. Hill and Mr. Mellor appeared for the plaintiff in error, and Sir F. Tbesiger, Mr. Ogle, and Mr. Johnson, for the defendant. The only two counsel who addressed the Court were Mr. Hill and Sir F. Thesiger. The arguments

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

3 Dec 1825

lo the Court. Since this Mr. Wells had prevailed upon the servants carry his card to the young lady, aud a letter, importing a request that she would write lo him. His father had also expressed his wish that should accomplish his object; and the affidavit

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