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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

18 Feb 1933

President (Mr. W. and Mrs. Kwen. The officern elected for this season were: President. Mr. W. Ewen; serretarr and trennurer, Mr. E. H. Page; captain. Mr. F. W. Rowe; rice-captain. Mr. W. Scnffluiiu; racing socretarr. Mr. C. W. Sharp; committee, Mr. W. and

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Skegness Standard

Skegness Standard Lincolnshire, England

7 May 1924

Swan. C.M.U.: 2. .Mrs. M. Itusling; 3, X. S. Robinson. Hundieby. . _ fi distinct varieties lacdsii dafiodils: 1. Mrs. H. L. Hand; 2. Mrs. C. Miller. Janr.i 3. Mr. J. F. Kawnsley. distinet varieties ditto: I. Rev. J. Vitro; 21 Mrs. M. Hasting; 3, X

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

13 Nov 1909

Small Holdings Coxnmittoe, ami he could assure Mr. Rudkin that tlvey going to get all the email holdings they could. They were gointf to put all the men they could on the land, and if Mr Rudkin could not get his liar vest they were going to show him that

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Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian

Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

29 Nov 1924

Misa Clarke. Mr. and Mrs. 11. V. Senior and K. Senior (Lincoln). Major and Mrs. Webber (Norton), Miss Webber. Mr. F. Dennis, I Mr. Glasier. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Walter (Kirksteuil Hall), Mrs. Vincent. Mr. Robinson, Mr. Walter. Miss D. Boswell. Mr. lender. Miss

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

25 Sep 1909

measure except, he i .Gntribute his mite or his large suni y. far it might used to his ability PJJ* » political weapon for i«hichfi0 W ™ f f™lt*ith k ELBCTTONEEBJNQ PURPOSES of-the broadest hacks was an in- What did Mr. Lloyd George—(applause)—mean tb

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

10 Feb 1934

ladiee kindly a* ; Mr», W. llcdford, Mn. Arthur Black. Mra. Caiater. Mra, < oarard and Mra. Charlea Wood. Tba M.C.’a for dancin* were: Mr. O. Romford. Mr. K W. Brad abaa. Mr. O. K. tlilea. Mr. T. llama* too, Mr. C. llarnaon and Mr. H C. Marn» The mnair

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

11 Apr 1956

and I other help kept-Apply Mrs. Ilyford. Cam Farm. Elton 114, ' CLEAT YARMOUTH. One MIMIC o w . Fwd . 1 1 aerea 1 FA NOR .I. M 2c AN pr W ecua ßlCi te HT . . resabormi lf.R.l.C. • S h l Wellingtos Board Rest- Grease Mr. . m aa an I (fence. la e

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

13 Jan 1934

Manor), or Mrs. N. V. S 0 and Mr. G, Stewart (Partney). Jane Hickley. Miss Mary OJianee, An«ela Kayser. Mr. A. H■ inide, Mr. Eric (laJ. Mr. W. Je»- n. Mr. R. B. Jesson Sir. and Mrs. von iKenwtck Halji. l6 * 'v- p. Mr. Ton« M’as Fox (Girshyi, Mr. J. - A Mi-a

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Grantham Journal

Grantham Journal Lincolnshire, England

15 Nov 1919

breakfast Mrs. Black well—Chair Mrs. and Mr. Fred Kayo—Serviette rings Mr. Eric Kave—Silver inkstand Mrs. and Miss Winelow—Picture Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Potter—Silver butter dishes Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Turnbull —China bowl Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bailey—Tea cloth

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

17 Jun 1905

Stringer, Mrs. a exclomnlion—the stared from Mr. Brewster to their host. “UVi!. by Goov said Mr. Gosling. “That’s “I think Mr. Parker had better see this gentleman.’’ Mr. Melbourne slowly. “Mr. Parker, would you mind ■■||r*'s noan Iwre. Potwby. pnid Mr. Gosling

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Skegness Standard

Skegness Standard Lincolnshire, England

23 Mar 1927

congregation. Mr. P. Slater, l*w hHiMT, read th# #rriptaroa and olieren prav.T. Mr. T. Perry, of Small Heath, apnke of the late Mr. Bowse*# influence upon him and his friend Mr. R. Mawton. when bovs the Victoria-street Baptist Sunday School, Mr. Bowse waa

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

18 Feb 1922

Scamblesby. Fined 10a. Mr. G. C. Holmes* applied for order to be made against Matthew Smithson, farmer, Fullethy. compelling his children to attend school. Mr. R. W. Clitherow. for defendant, agreed to an order, which was accordingly made. Mr. A. F. Harris applied

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

30 Apr 1938

w*r« Mr*. Hailam. » BatWr Mr* Comic* and behalf th« ‘■o'iro Cowl MMalon IUO . Homo « and Krai o-ero rollrctora. He wai rrpreamted h* C. B real lei ICf ol MuMr J R Brure aod : p.radrd ~ Guilt; wa« fined *lO and ««n» met. and had hi* »u»omd*d

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

4 Jun 1932

uf Mr. Uaorgo Mharp, Kramptun Wrat. to Aliro Winitrrd, oalv dauglitrr Mm. aad thr lair Mr. Jaarpfa I’latt. ot Boat on. (Hi WMliwoUr. at Mirkaav, Mr. Krw Win. HuiUnn. of Woodhall Kpa. Mla> Kva Mary Ijamt. of Htirkarjr. (Hi Thnnalar. at Lnrrtoa. Mr. WaMar

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Skegness Standard

Skegness Standard Lincolnshire, England

21 Sep 1927

Yarborough left for DrocUesby, haring ex- pressed the Chairman his gratitude for bis reception, and his great his first visit the Dome. 'Reading from lelt to right: Mr. 8. W, Marsden (Secretary), Lady Worsley, Lord Yarborough, Dr. Colin Irevlnle. Ur. Edmund

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Type: Illustrated
Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

25 Jun 1932

Sloaawala, Spalding. St. Jama*, on Jana IMh, Mrs. laalirlTa llulfar (fonaarly Mr*. Frank Wall*), tin Jana ITIb, at SurSaal, Harry Kadbaud, «. •Hi June tfh. »• H<*rpr, lirurcv (Irantlwm !*•>nr, ugMl *l. •Hi Jmir IMli. llulgalr, KlmMli •iraalliaMi. a*ml

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Grantham Journal

Grantham Journal Lincolnshire, England

8 Aug 1952

times by Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery, Mr. Arthur Measures, of 18. Houghton-road. Grantham, retires tomorrow week, the day before his 65th birthday. Yesterday afternoon recalled in aii interview how laird Montgomery broke off conversation with the

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

11 Feb 1910

10s 1» Mr. J * I'aKi.laior l«eat Mr. rt. N Treasury beat Mr. I Vrpfi ua!. Wind's l Mr *** Joy •••v I’iU.i. Mr. ij. \V. I. Sl l mI'j* Mr «i Smi'.h s S s Moiulnif. Mr. W ilia's Wreak, a l>y |{< S'li-'U-s Im>mi Mr Tivasur** -K»> H'»illuJijMoii Ihji Mr. M«*r«»

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

6 Apr 1906

inspection. Mr. Hheaiman. K.C.. and Mr. W. H. Stevenson appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Hueb Fraser and Mr. Mayer for the defendants Mr. Shearman said the plaintiff was part-owner of certain patents for improvements the manufacture of steel. A Mr. Thompson

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