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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

14 May 1910

granted to bis son, Mr. Hubert Langriah Faber, underwriter, of 32. K.C.. and bis son-in-law Mr. Albert John Hbbeon, merchant, Kebolt, Sheffield. The testator left £5,000 and his gold watch His son. Hubert Langrish Faber; £5OO. his household and personal

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Grantham Journal

Grantham Journal Lincolnshire, England

5 Aug 1882

Brownlow, The Illustrated London News an'l box of cut roses; the Hon. Lady Thorold, old linen; Mrs. John Boyall, melons and hot-house grapes; Mr. A. Gray, several numbers Church Bells ; Mrs. Lenton, miscellaneous papers; Miss Hutchinßon. ripe gooseberries

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

24 Mar 1925

ANSWERS JUDGE'S QUESTIONS. Before a crowded Court Mr. Justice M* Cardie to-day resumed his summing up the Dermistoun lawsuit in the King’s Bench. All the principals were present, including the Dowager Lady Carnarvon, who wore bouquet or violets ana wuiic

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

14 Jun 1799

On-Friday Mr. \V Under Secretary Staie. out from Loudon with the expedition his former ftaiion Switzerland, where, by the prefent very date things, conceived that his knowledge the people, and means of influence. Vnay molt promote the the confederacy

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Grantham Journal

Grantham Journal Lincolnshire, England

17 Jan 1863

stimulate others to follow his worthy example. Sir John presented Mr. Archer with a purse containing 25 sovereigns; Lady De Crtspigny and Mrs. Tuffnell, the daughters of the hon. baronet, gave the old retainer of the household silver tea service; and at the

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

26 Nov 1847

Drawing—Address E.A.. to the care of Mr. Cussons, stationer. Horneaatle; or Mrs. Laird, Ladies' Seminary, 23, Friar-street, Lynn. WANTED, in an Establishment for young Ladies, after the Christmas Vacation, a Lady accustomed to Tuition, qualified impart

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

5 Oct 1855

The poor of the village were hospitably regaled on the occasion. Mr.W. has brought with him many specimens of Australian gold. An old lady, 101 years of age, living in the passage of Mr. Carrington, In the Strait, walked some distanoe to tea and back

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

22 Aug 1845

tne His H.ghn.sstne A.Pert. His the King the His Maieslv the King Prussia. His M oestv the King -r Belgians j His serene Highness the Duke taotha ai Her Highness Princess C.eraentine Duchess 1 h her Rovai llighi.es* the of Kent [toourg 111 His Ss.rene

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

7 Aug 1863

of Whaplode, and slater to Mrs. Lawrence, milliner, Wisbech. This young lady wm visiting Mr. Laird, builder, of Lynn, and accompanied Mr. and Mn. Laird to Hunstanton, Mr. laird being also among the killed, whtte Mrs. Laird wm seriously injured. Mb* Palmer

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

1 May 1869

been reversed. Mr. Bruce now assumes the title of Baron Burleigh. Mr. Bruce was born 13th January, 1849, and consequently attains his majority in 1870. The Late Mr. Bruce, of Kennet, not so much for his own sake as from regard for his son, was very solicitous

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

26 Oct 1894

think it is, anyway.' ' Is Mrs. Binks's daughter there ?' ' No.' ' Well, who then ?' ' Oh, this is only Mrs. Binks's husband, the father of Mrs. Binks's daughter, the man who lives in Mrs. Binks's house, and occasionally drives Mrs. Binks's horses. She got

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Market Rasen Weekly Mail, and Lincolnshire Advertiser

Market Rasen Weekly Mail, and Lincolnshire Advertiser Lincolnshire, England

13 Jun 1896

had deigned to bestow his influence upon the ordering of his life, since within a few weeks, fortune hastening after him, a noble but obscure young man, orphaned and friendless, had conducted him to this elegant apartment in ways his boldest dreams could

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

28 Aug 1863

members are to be elected the place of the following retiring ones—the Hon. G. Mr. Samuel Charles Buckle, Mr. q Buckle, Mr. Geo. Caster, Mr. W. D. Gaches, Mr. Jao* Parnell, Mr. Jno. Sturton, Thomas Life, Esq., and NVilbaTn Paley, Esq., M.D. Several new

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

13 Aug 1910

play his part with his own sax. but hs lady’s man Ha was. parforca obliged ta leave his companion most of talkiag. Arti Pamela was not encouraging. for she began to talk Gilbert Henot. girl was disposed friendly with Fenner She got on well with Mrs. Tracv

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Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian

Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

3 Sep 1921

iM»k 'I mouinierH were Mr. and Mrs. <«reen tbrother-in-law aiwl siller). Mrs. iraxen i sis ten. Mrs. Kaulker isister). Mrs. tiraseley (Sheftieldt ami M i.-s M«es iniiH’Ot. Hor.il Inbules were sent Twin brother and sister. Mr. ami Mrs. tbiesi. and neighbours

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Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian

Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

12 Jul 1913

prepared Mr. A. Nichol*on, London, was laird. St. Hugh tholding a model hi« cathedral

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

15 Jul 1938

Brabazon Society, cigarettes and rock from Mr. and Mrs. Turner, and Mr. C. H. Majoi and Mrs. Borman presented them with fruit given by Skegness residents. Aiderman Hipkin thanked all who had assisted, and Mrs. I. H. Walker replied. Former Lincoln Postman

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Grantham Journal

Grantham Journal Lincolnshire, England

16 May 1896

J. B. Parker, Rev. Canon Glaister, Rev. C. Elsmere, Mr. Johnston, Mr. Wilson, Dr. H. Poole Berry, Mr. J. G. Thompson, Mr. R. F. Lee, Mr. Bestwick, Mr. A. Hutchinson, Mr. Butterfield, Mr. White, and Mr. Collingwood. A Military Smoking Concert of a highly

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

2 Jun 1837

to remain in the performance his arduous duties, or retire altogether into private life, to spend the evening of his days in the bosom of his happy family, his salary would continued him as heretofore.—/Ves/on Chronicle. Mr. Groom’s Tump Show. —The private

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

8 Jan 1924

-ml>le Clamber, Father of tbe Hoo-e, occupied his acr.iv ; ton comer scat boiotc the Ranpusy on the Opposition side. Lady Temnßtmt -Ain* i him Mr. Whileley. kx*inß unfanultar with. out his wig joten, took his scat the second bench immedisMy below the s»a

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