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  • County: Lincolnshire, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

29 Jan 1898

awarded to Mr. Scoooes (New), and the Junior Mathematical Scholarship to Mr. W. Conway (Corpus); the Junior Mathematical Exhibition to Mr. H. V. Ball (Hertford). Lady Herschell's prixe to Mr. P. A. Sleeman (Mapdafen.) death Is snnoonoed of Mr. Oaufß* Heaton

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

26 Aug 1882

dinner party. The canon was in ona his beat humours, and delighted was the painter that aakad him sit for his picture, to which proposition replied, “ thy ssrraat dog. that should do this thing? : Country house—Mrs. Puddm (looking out window, loquitur);

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Lincolnshire Free Press

Lincolnshire Free Press Lincolnshire, England

1 Feb 1898

The death took place Tuesday, at BirkenheaJ, of Mr. John Laird, one of the partners in lbs shipbuilding firm of Laird Brothers. Mr. Laird wm the third son of the founder of the firm, the lata Mr. John Laird, M.P. Dr. Hodgson Wright, of Halifax, while with

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Type: Illustrated
Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

30 Sep 1899

colonic*. The snimsie were sold auction as fellows I‘iekieoon K - Mr. H. DuddinMs ram»—Mr. Thomas Freshney. a** ; Mr Baker 15gs. : Mr. Thomas lAal ter.HatUm.lMr*. ;Mr.«.Young.Uorenham. 12g s. Mr. Shtrnl*y. llge. ; and Messr*. RESIGNATION OF THE VICAR OF LAUGHTON

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

24 Dec 1898

and totalling hi* liabilities found them to jt'Mi. naying his debts a yea? before, his father had declared it would the last time, and said that if went beyond his allowance again should Ik- no longer son of his, Dick had money left out Mr. Aaron’s advance

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

7 May 1892

to the rearhed him concerning rhe poisoning of his keep, and could « • famous rolt. who. his Grace hoped would Her Majesty s approval, and olhers surpass even the splendid record of his great interested. Mr. , nuth s »«»n s ,i « sire Ormonde ihs fathers

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

16 Apr 1898

yon think Mr. Blomson?’* Second lady: “Ho only needa instinct be perfect brute f fle:“Bb you know, wha? l like. about sister Is the way she kxAs you itratofet in. the face whan she's talking to yen.” She: “Yes, baa awM bod profile. A lady a certain age

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

30 Jul 1887

offer Mr. James Davia, the editor of the Bat, sincere congratulations upon the cheerful, not to say cheery, tone which pervades his narration of his experiences in Pentonville. If the lively effect which his incarceration has evidently bad upon his spirits

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

2 Jan 1864

caught fire and was principally consumed. Mr. was insured the full amount. Mr. Hosting, who was fiercely asmolted by Mr. Allen by, has, during the past weak suffered considerable agony from his bead and brain. Mrs. Rediag bad to keep np fermentation one

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

25 Jan 1896

Although, like his brother. Mr. I. ill euce. M ulster of Natav, Alfalrs, receives is Intle his father's great salary £5,000 per annum. The rest reputation, has gu l.«t steadily <*'•“' *>f ,n V h * an aking his any the front. Miss Laird's prerogative.

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Grantham Journal

Grantham Journal Lincolnshire, England

3 Mar 1866

the tlr»t. poswi'de. t«*»k place, the! l'r.n-e»* and the Duk • ««f Rutland leading otf the ' lances. and Hi* Koyal Higlm*** taking hi* >artner Lady John Manner*. The did lot her husband tooted it nth great vigtnir,* choosing fresh partner very tetpientljr

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Lincolnshire Free Press

Lincolnshire Free Press Lincolnshire, England

5 Apr 1881

impone. 1 bear the new member for the member for Preston, and 1 atrungly believe Mr. Chaplin, M.P., and H-. J. 0. Lawranee, M.P.,with moiuber for Narf.dk(Mr. Mr. Bodwell, and Mr. C. 8. Read, and boat othan, would be ready rapport any mmlaler, either Couaervative

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

16 Nov 1895

peculiar looking men in Vienna. His head is narrow and lone, and he wears hi- black hair rstner lone, falling lo the collar of his stranceljcut, old. grey frock His odd-.ookmg iilack silk hat h perclied the very back of hi-» head ; features are aquiline

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Grantham Journal

Grantham Journal Lincolnshire, England

14 Nov 1863

Thursday evening Mr. W. S. Clarke introduced his amusing essay Sensations, commencing by describing the causes that led to the choice of Sensations, as the title of an essay. Mr. Clarke explained, in a very clear and lucid manner, his views as to the

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

11 Jun 1892

-44 it, j« v> mr'.A* Mr Hlacker. Mr. Mrs. N. Burkitl. the earnest sympathy for the great masses of the nu j and l>etter thought out railway stuck for the labourersl. thought Sr!! £« I 7« t»-'l»/-X'if 1 * *7l* Master iSheflicldl. Mr. and b«mr population who

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