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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

12 Jul 1913

who attended were: Mr Lloyd George, Mr. Augustine Birrell, Lord Haldane. Mr. Herbert Samuel, Mr. John Burns, Mr. L. Harcoun. Sir Edward Grey, Marnuts of Crewe, Sir Rufus Isaacs, Colonel Seely, sir. Sydney Buxton, Mr. J. A Pease, Mr. McKenna, and Sir,

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Market Harborough Advertiser and Midland Mail

Market Harborough Advertiser and Midland Mail Leicestershire, England

10 Apr 1931

, with cap ama. Three and quarter mike. Mr. T. H. Gifford’# JACK * BIRTHDAY, Mr. J Cock too 1 Mr. Wilke* PLAIN UZZIB ’Owner Mr. Blackett 8 Aleo ran: Mr. J. Dnffln’* Bulwick Late. Mr. H. J. Morton Burton in., Mr. M. Staahope’e Lrdy Desmood runner*). Von

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

28 Jun 1873

Lasoelles, Mr. Merry, Mr. Houldsworth, Mr. Craufurd, Mr. Montgomery, Colonel Forester, Colonel Prior, General Wood, Mons. Andre, M. Cavaliers, Kr. Danger. Mr. Gee, Mr. Bell (of the Cobham gad), Mr. W. Blenklroa, Messrs. Graham (of the Yardley stud), Mr. G. Deacon

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

29 Mar 1851

applv some s’roiik' expression* l» a -tail in'nt made bv Mr. Kevie.lJs «:lh reference to that lady, and to di>cussioti niiiih hovered about the topics. In reply questions put by Mr. M. t.ibson and Mr. both of whom complained of the absorption lime the pro

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Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News

Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News Leicestershire, England

1 Jun 1893

do*, bet wait ie the leer ✓ated beariag ogre his ewe farrago ted es whet *mit of doing red sherd rehab/ It.. his rid be hod r set r rat of hi latest.ee le his t rat rah. him pee the Idea • is oho per shear hr hi.. is jW iifl.rrt to ether corer. Or he ie

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Leicester Journal

Leicester Journal Leicestershire, England

9 Jul 1886

lengthened bearing, in which Mr. Rigby, (.1.C., Mt. Corns-Hardy, and Mr. Class appeared for the plaintiff ; and Mr. Mathew, Q.C., Mr. Everett, Q.C., ail Mr. Nottlunora Lawrence represented the defendants ; Mr. &whiten Eady appearing for Mr. Whetstcue to defend

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Leicester Journal

Leicester Journal Leicestershire, England

8 Nov 1895

Ashton, Ma Wright. Mr. Moe n ,. Slr. and Mrs. R. B. Muir. Miss Muir Mr. Parker. Mr. Beaumont Lubbock, Mr. A. C . Lissa. Mr. and Mis L , yyall, Mr. K Hencega Mr. F. Cassell, Mr. S. Maeah.U. Mr. F. Sumner', Mr. Weaver. Mr.

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Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News

Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News Leicestershire, England

26 Jan 1911

reply. Mr. Creswaite shook his bead. As 'artful as a wisgon-lood d monkeys, that the prim, is he repeated: but I'm up to his little more thisjourney', and if he's not careful I shall spoil hie pitch, with rehicb oracular utteranm he tit his pipe and

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

26 May 1879

proviAeial Centre*, for ladies oely, the ladies' College, Cheltenham. Probably, thap will for the gaunt part young ladies who theiwelvee, or else the Milt is mane might be deterrent. Every eandidate is trimmed 1.. transmit his—(arid, therefore, her)--

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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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Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News

Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News Leicestershire, England

17 Mar 1898

of the wall., mot to the one.. Of co.s he wa• looking out for them and his Mart Nursed abrat to suffocate him when at laat be raw Wild Yetis at the and hie face was a laird and his brat.. ta mad liewildemseet ohm he re. and bow. to the.. in to theirdans

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

18 Mar 1874

irreconcilable Mr. Bereeford Hope, with hi. Batavian oratory, will still be there, but inasmuch ■. two of his brothersde•law and his wire'. step-mother'. huslund are in the miniary, be is likely be nmeniful towards M. Tom Collins Tent his seat at Boston

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Leicester Journal

Leicester Journal Leicestershire, England

22 Jun 1906

meted hedges the weinaa ad Blander; Yet dab bed ..ac with it la the miens ef ethers is his heeds had been his em dam of the Modes of the dime es the Moulded Grace Laird; is ether Mad it adds twisted to akin that beide heck data earn. It was implicative.

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Leicester Chronicle

Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England

19 Sep 1863

destined for the Confederates States of America. One of them pro- ceeded on -her trial trip on Monday, Mr. Laird pledging himself that she should return to his yard. As the case stands at present, there is every likelihood that the Government will abandon its

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Leicester Guardian

Leicester Guardian Leicestershire, England

9 Jun 1869

blame Mrs. Hall, bee-lama Mrs. Dowoes pinned her faith oo her advice, a• she had bad great experience. Dr. Torraoce said he rent for between three arid four o'clock on Saturday morning, and when be got to Downoes boom he loud the infant dead. Mr. and Mr

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

13 Apr 1893

SALE OF CLIVEDEN TO MR. ASTOR. We (Daily Telegraph) are able to announce that the well.known estate of Cimerien hoe been sold by the Make of Westminster to Mr. William • Waldorf Astor, the American millionaire. there is no part of the Thames from London

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Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News

Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News Leicestershire, England

27 Dec 1894

du,. and Mr. W H. Gamlen in the vise-Maar. Among those who sat down were Me IleerY Cent °towhee. Fad Cairn.. Lord Allem* Comm.n. Me Mostar,. Guest, Lord Stiehl Mr. J. ManePahl. the Y. Milner, M.P.. Mr C. loise Mr Y. T Gordon. Mr. F. A Holman, Mr. thuebourtne

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Leicester Guardian

Leicester Guardian Leicestershire, England

6 Jun 1857

-- iianbelv, Mr. Thackeray, Mr. Justice Ilalla I Burton, Mr. Arthur Helps. Colonel Hainley may, per- I labs:, be allowed to take brevet rank as a literary man, I.v virtue of his Crimean volume ; but malice itself could I;:snily class Mr. Tupper among

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Leicester Journal

Leicester Journal Leicestershire, England

13 Jul 1894

adjuurriemiss wee sods to Mr. Taylor% Add viers the gpseekmoking look pl Units Jack flutteriegaleilg bum ever the Mr. H. w extani we. 4qm. eheie wile ssopssled ILrkbmrl lake**. 4. 7 4% Pens/ (Una k* liar lb. Divines). Mr A. W. 8y,.. ithsiodes esedlidese

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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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