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  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
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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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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

10 Jan 1834

of the Infant ihool, and the second for the benefit of Mr. T. Clarke, ho, in his best days, was always ready to alleviate the isfortunes of others. At a meeting on Tuesday under the bankruptcy ' Mr. Wm. Homer, of the George and Angel hotel in amford, the

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

3 Nov 1837

the Meadow Lane South, in the occupation of -Mr. George Casswell. Possession may had Lady-day next: and for further particulars application may made to .Mr. Barnatt, tlraper and grocer. Long Sutton ; to Mr, (’asswell, Laughton; or to Messrs. Smith and

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

8 Jan 1813

the late Mr Durnford in the Term Reports, is appointed to succeed to the Office of Chief Judge df the Supreme Court at Calcutta, in the room of Sir H. Russell, who is about return to Europe. Died, on Thursday last, at Lynn, aged 84, Mr. B. Laird, many years

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

19 Aug 1842

The prosecution was conducted by Mr. Baines, Mr. Crompton, Mr. Wilkins, and Mr. Atherton. M'Gill was defended by .Mr. Armstrong; Quick and Jane Clayton by Mr. Sergeant Murphy; Jones and his wife Dr. Brown ; and Rogerson Mr. Brandt. The Jury, after about

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

5 Jul 1839

in the evening to congratulate Mr. A. on the interesting occasion. a quarter past six, Mr. Cook, surgeon, (whose lady Mr. A. once saved from being burnt to death,) rose and addressed Mr. Arnold in very feeling terms.—Mr. Arnold replied as follows: In

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

24 Nov 1837

the inst.. Mr. John daughter of Mr. John Rose, Sunday last, Mr. John Marriott, to a Monday lusf, William son Mr. sturd, Elizabeth daughter Mr. I;—on Tuesday, Mr. W. C. Miller, ary Lcevers;—same day, Thomas jrnfl, of Grantham. |k, Grantham, Mr. Thos. Ilaw|i

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

11 Sep 1840

the shepherd stretched on his back, apparently lifeless. A knife had cut through the folds of his cravat. His dog, which had been wounded in several places, apparently by the same knife, was by his master's side licking his wounds, and whining piteously

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

16 Jul 1830

that class who last fell within his clutches, that the trade?* would have him any risk when his mortal career should be terminated. His feat words were upon this subject. He requested that his blessing might be given to Mr. Wontner, the Governor Newgate

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

6 Oct 1837

every praise is due to Mr. Baker for his encouragement to ploughing, ten-fold credit reflected on him for his exertions iu behalf of the humbler classes, in the prosecution of his •* Small Allottnient .System.’* The one speaks for his acal as a/timer— the

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

5 Jul 1839

effects of the same coach passing over his foo,, fal)en down in attempting to mount the imperial whilst the coach was at full speed) had his thigh broken ; and an Irish clergyman he Rev Mr. Bourke, from Clonmel, had his thigh also broken: both, however, are

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

4 Jan 1833

having discovered that his own strength office depends upon his cordial concurrence with lA»rd Grey, and his obedience the wishes of the nation on questions of foreign policy, will, we have doubt, convince Count Pozzo di Borgo his arrival here, that Russia

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

1 Sep 1837

soon in attendance, when ! to the utter of all present, Mr. 31â??n staled that, so Jar from Mr. Tâ?? (meaninp the son j being a tenant of his, or joint tenant with his father, did not know that Mr. 7â??â?? had a son !! This, be it remembered, vvas only

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

20 Dec 1833

penalties incurred by alleged acts of bribery at tbe late Warwick election. From Mr. Oram, Mr. J. Tibbits, Town Clerk, 3500/.; Mr. Ayres, 1000/.; Mr. Wm.Trespass,9ooo/.; Mr. Betts, and Mr.Buckley, 1000/. The Act of Parliament on which these proceedings are founded

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

27 Aug 1847

suite, her Majesty was received by the Lord-Lieutenant (Sir James Coiquhoun) and the Sheriff of the county, (Mr. Campbell, of Tillichewan,) Mr. Smollett the member, and other gentlemen. It was remarked that all the Royal Family looked well, and browned

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

10 Nov 1837

ministers. allude to Dr. Elringtok, the Chaplain of his Excellency, who, on receiving the order, resigned his appointment rather than offend his orders. The rev. Dr. served his Master —the Lord Lieutenant obeyed his. f From Friday's Gazetle, Nov. 3. J BURGESS

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

5 Jan 1849

the only symptom of consciojisness he evinced was holding Out his hand to Lady 1 burton soon after he was brought lo the house. This abi upt disseverance of the head of the Admiralty from his colleagues and the ministry, may supposed, created the,utmost

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

26 Nov 1841

and 8 Africans. On Monday Mr. John Laird, Liverpool, bad an interview, by appointment with Prince Albert, to present a model of the iron steam-vessel Albert, one ofthe vessels built by Mr. Laird for the Niger expedition. His Royal Highness has always

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

21 Jul 1843

the corn grxntmng: Mr. Cooper refused to give this, and Mr. Byron dad net pay.—Cross-examined by Mr. Hill: Several tb* receipts in by-gone years were signed Mr. Cooper himself, and some by witness and by Mr. Fort- ft,S 183 °' Mr. Wm. Maidens, the tithing

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

8 Sep 1843

the above, the Duchess of Leeds, Lady Duff, Lady Prudhoe, Sir George and Lady Sitwell, Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo, Mr. and Mrs. Clive, Captain Johnstone, Mr. Duff, Mr. Hay, &c., graced the festive scene by their company. His royal highness, attended by Baron

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