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  • For Years: 1850 - 1899

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

22 Jul 1892

LAIRD IMRE% AND THE MANCHESTER LADY. That the Muter of the !toile (rays the Globe) has sot • very high opinion of the law anyone accustomed to wend • little time in the Court of Appeal knows lull well. Me gave his usual &dyke the other day to • Maimbenter

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Leicester Mail

Leicester Mail Leicestershire, England

4 Aug 1866

Government, Friday, a deputation which attended the Tndi i Office. The deputation comprised Mr. Horsfall M.P., Mr. Greaves, M. Mr. Laiil, M.P.; and Mr. G. Livingston and Mr. Henry Duckworth, members of the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce. Barked’s Banking Company

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

8 Sep 1894

include en article on Bolton Abbey bv Mr. Aaron Watson, illustrated by Mr. J. MacWhirter. R.A.. who of recent years has done a good deal of work in Wharfedale. In Cornhill. Mr. James Payn brings to a con- clusion his Gleams of Memory. and the present

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

12 Jul 1879

P.. £l,O S. Me. and Mrs. Moth to en4esitniir to make pease between thew lie Maher £l.OO, Mr. 1.14. Bedgett 11.900. Mr. and Mr.. eubnated that cenanlaiiiant Mime to gesealt bee hus- Harvey !LODI. Mr. R. Mitchell 11.11$) Mr. and Mrs. awl Pace endeavoured

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

12 Jan 1875

fattens • neenity a lady. Allter trader the fitful efforts. of the wayward math in his vain anstagle is a minister, • Yam. mid • , sad ilia twityews' traadmings, dependeai Bate for erdslestes, his return to. his meld ass , Ids and his Later ps o srsltt

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Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News

Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News Leicestershire, England

29 Nov 1888

les Mr hi. wirers Agar he rake ram re deb Amma fro Mrs t. and= he hothead. stairs. feature the the pest, pa ref met Lady Honore T.Ub.s sod N.. Cr..,. If you do hew it ray he wee r .void his.. the mare al hi. at. Mr sag Was uf • mum r. immense his tamper

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

23 Apr 1881

DR. LAIRD COLLIER ON MINISTRATTOV To the Editor. Sir,— l am surprised to find an esteemed minister of this town, who generally takes care to employ his time more profitably, lending undeserved importance to some recent lucubrations of Dr. Laird Collier's

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

2 Sep 1890

The Reketed, yrs A Day Mr H Jeannie. IM.aaw. lye Owasr Mr H Jeuaisiph Villann. 3 yrs.— Mr H Bass's a by Oshipia--WasaleriaB 3 Lady Moues lama, 5 yrs M Daw Mr J V Laeraaw's Wishing Gass. dye Mr P V Unieli's Nano, 4 yrs.. 4 Mr C Mowers Hairy, $ ye.

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Leicester Guardian

Leicester Guardian Leicestershire, England

22 Jan 1868

lees is irreparahle, for his hulas to a id a nd adtrlsa, if it could be of ass to as. and ovuessiommagamllarwydiftlenity, was unequalled. To Albert shows' the greatest kinOness and the &wet mollesee. His experisooe and his knowledge Of OW Wag *NO so

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Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News

Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News Leicestershire, England

24 Nov 1892

think hit wet prying upon her. Perhaps the first nation he has Num* his hews. Li=vintner of oml delight. I trumps AI oiled know. rm.mho pt.* , 4 hi. hos.- Dld wee yes s..asha ins?M hi Um hem Wiwi are.. with glow% bob eon. *is,. ha H mod the mil plow* wa

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

25 Jul 1892

grass ire Me bead al parealarg sod hied asseptaire Loud bows this led west, but se see hese it. Be visited Mr. bet his ameirs. laird beetaMel Wear New we beer very well. eery hairy, fell plans war, ad per talk reek his play. Ns seems writs amether arise

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

17 Oct 1889

write his article. B. is his irk en Mr. Andrew Lang, alto has actually surd to disown& from the proposal to erect • memorial of Wilkie Collins in Westminster Abbey. (In this point Mr. Quilter mikes this tasteful remark : To be quite Just even to Mr. Lang

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Leicester Mail

Leicester Mail Leicestershire, England

27 Jan 1866

avoid, even in doing necessary things. His honesty, his studiousness, his legalness, walking rides where rides were laid down, his patience, humorousuess, and fixedness of purpose, nil indicate man who had used his leisure become master himself, before

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Leicester Guardian

Leicester Guardian Leicestershire, England

1 Nov 1862

York was his excellency LOTT! Lyres, the subject were unchanged, and he need only to saytisit British minister to the government of Washington. His the oath wag perfectly Meiling Tliejuror o hea. Lordship, who wan acoompnuiod by Mr. Mailed, his pri- ever

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

2 Aug 1879

than his interpretation of this doctor. Mr. . Strathmore is highly successful in the character of Captain Bradford. while Mr. Hasp Proctor and Mr. D. B. Stuart ours many roars laughter in their limemonations ed Or Woodbine Grafton, K.C.3.1., and Mr. Creed

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

11 Oct 1851

have been exaggerated ; but if so, his .actions influence, perhaps even all his true inflo e. the creation of his accusers If such a man as -sut -is described to be his oiticial adversaries .. influence, it must because his country is 1 .11; jverned. The

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

27 Jan 1874

, blow the wife of the world-famous traveller. Hi stay ;uili the Moffat family on the occasion of his fret arrival wee only of brief duration. His heart was Ms entirely in his work that be soon took his departure, and, in oompeny with soother missionary

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

30 Jan 1875

which Mr. Barclay, of Moseley, near Birmingham, made at being compelled to collect the t ixes of other persons in addition to paying his own i. to be followed up by a deputation to Sir S. Nortlicote on Feb. 9. Mr. Munts, M.P., Mr. Allsopp, M.P., Mr. Walker

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

2 Mar 1893

FROUISE CASE. A LADY SUED. At Munch *terdaises yesterday UM case of A. Morris v. Elisabeth Leigh was heard. lige was as actios for breach of promise of marriage. Mr WlCeand for th. plaintiff; Mr. Shoe, Q.C., and Mr. Sparrow for the defendant. ▪ Mr. MlLeand said

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

8 Nov 1851

thanks to Mr. l-ee for his Lindirs'. Mr. Holhi.o, seconded the motion. Mr Stone anounced lint the .'entlemeu who nhibited in thcl rystal Palace, placid the used for the purpose at the disjiosal of the eieiy, hr which bruited to vote of (banks. Mr. t-vensou

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