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  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

21 Dec 1895

THE QUEEN, THE LADY'S NEWSPAPER. THE FARMER'S SALE AND PURCHASE, the ladies present were Lady Curses, Mrs Tennant, Countess Cowley, would be completely organised before 1898, in which year the Mrs moan.Burna-•Hartopp, Hon. Mrs Feminism, Mrs Pennington ,

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

16 Jan 1886

lad week, and our meant sketches fora the complement to it in of portraiture and drew may be npcs and Lady gave every &Wit, to cur &Aid to do his THE Mr/MLR BALL AT THE MANSION HOUSE. s yap et.) A fall of AL pleasant Twelfth Night km already in last issue

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The Sketch

The Sketch London, England

26 Apr 1899

MR. MUNRO-FERGUSON AND HIS HOME. Mr. Munro-Ferguson, whose name as one of the junior Opposition Whips was frequently mentioned in connection with the appointment of a successor to the late Tom Ellis, will, when Lord Rosebery, his friend and political

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Tower Hamlets Independent and East End Local Advertiser

Tower Hamlets Independent and East End Local Advertiser London, England

2 Dec 1893

Horses. LIRANNIL ISLANDS. Amasser V —Mrs. S. Z. Gam. TM Whim Mos Modes. has. St. Alibis* Jaws. Msw.—m. I? ma et Mrs. TIMMLOOMSE.—VisiIess &SIM Moms Hood Ss. M. sisal% sash vo.— mad Woad. 4S, Illes W smbe. 1311.1VATII Mr sod Loess i mess misses !no !Mks

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Graphic

Graphic London, England

4 Jan 1873

h~i 0 A P,j Po H 4 0 H 0 , I W 0 r=1 !g z H n pix . w r1~ 19 r~n I--l some travelling dentist, who will place a little powder in the decayed tooth, cause his patient to sneeze, and it will drop out; or, if desired, the dentist will fix in a new fang for

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

27 Oct 1888

Emily, laird daughter lined with yellow sateen. de-orations and well-laden stalls rendered the room tire in appearance. The following were the etall-hol tern: Bolen Clutterbuck, Esq.. of Wreord Pare. Herts. stall, Mrs Carter ; ladies' stall. Mrs Werld

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

5 Jan 1889

Among the gusts wen Lord and Lady Dusan, TUESDAY, JAN. 8. ital. Master Whitaker la sapphire velvet and lace collar. Miss Mr Maude, Mr and the Brace, Mr Russell, Mr Tree Chippenham county bell —Stafford County Infirmary ball. Lady : Armstrong wore white, with

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

2 Oct 1897

hag taken and Mite St. Aubyn, Mr 11. E. %carboy, M.P., and Mrs Yearley, Sir The Duke of Hamilton nag f or six months Mr Cottrell- se riatim. et) The dress you describe lairds salt able ti an afternoon party John and Lady Jackson, Lieut. larking, A.D C

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Gentlewoman

Gentlewoman London, England

20 Apr 1895

silver spoon given by Mrs. Ireland for the best single round was won by Mrs. Edwards, 40 - 5 = 35. The ladies' foursomes were won by Mrs. Mackern and Mrs. Beaumont, and the consolation foursomes by Miss ICnapping and Mrs. G. Spurling. Mrs. Mackern won the

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Gentlewoman

Gentlewoman London, England

18 Feb 1899

Bedlingtons, Mrs. P. R. Smith carried all before her. Whippets had several aristocratic exhibitors, including Lady ' Arthur Grosvenor. Schipperkes found Mrs. Skewes-Cox, Mrs. Kindell, Mrs. Crosfield, and Mrs. Preston Whyte comparing tsdate. Mr. G.,lthuann

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

1 Mar 1890

VIBES. Westmeath, Lord sad Lady Graves, the Hon. Violet Graves, Mrs Ball Antrim and Lady Louise Julia Countess Jersey aad Mr DIEECTIOIS HAFTED.-For knitting op annelid soaks for • (both these Win were much admired), Mrs Biotin. Mrs and Kiss Branding, the

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Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News

Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News London, England

2 Jul 1898

marked, and abounds in character. Mrs. Stephens' Trafalgar, and Lady Bulke- ley's Hercules were most noticeable among the others. The novice class was well filled, hut the quality was poor Mrs. Churchill's Lady Hannay and Mrs. Wright's Loon Marcus dividing

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Sporting Gazette

Sporting Gazette London, England

24 Jun 1865

Johnstoue's Loaf Sugar Mr R. Kelso's Gretna In the Green Mr Merry's Beelzebub (316) Boy Mr Merry's The Primate (311) Mr Merry'. Student ;Alb) 'rumpetor oat Mr J. B. Morris's :Medallion Mr J. B. !Morris', Rose Cht;rl Mr J. B. Morris's (Mendel° Mr Nights Eppie (316)

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Daily Telegraph & Courier (London)

Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) London, England

22 Feb 1884

with their leader.' Mr. Pons& and his supporter also went into the lobby admin. to Mr. Etradlamth. as did' several laberala, including Mr. Mackintosh, Mr. C. S. Parte, Mr Fitswilliara, Mr. Torreon, Mr. Mellon, 'rho 4 . .YDoisoghue, Mr. Brooks, mad Dr. Lyons

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

26 Jan 1895

guided by the two old men, of love ; for Mr Wilson, great on philology, had his views on the mutations of vowels and consonants, and stood beside the little priest beating time to the phrases with his gold eyeglasses. Mrs Cameron found them so, and rallied

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Gentlewoman

Gentlewoman London, England

29 Oct 1898

opponent in the forthcoming Ladies' Cl. Impionship in Ireland. The Blackheath Ladies' Autumn lasted for five days, and the attendance was very large. Mrs. Laird and Miss Arnould won the prizes presented by Miss Barrow for a Ladies' Foursome v. Bogey, being

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

8 Oct 1898

steadying himself with his hand on the arm of taniedrueisildZic/nos. number :f m l a ales eq . includin re g Lady Peortyn n , the Ilon P° Co. Douglas Pennant'. Miss Adeane, Mrs Marshall, Miss Grafton, Mrs Casson, Mrs Griffith•Boscawen, Mrs Chance, Miss Wynne-Jones

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

25 Apr 1891

Those of our lady readers who do not It is needless to say that his landecape again peopled with we are afraid, considering human nature, the strength of follow the game may also rest that a gift of Mr the species of savage in whom his soul de - Eglits

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

5 Dec 1891

clasped in his arms. Esher's Pretty bir . e head (for she had long since parted company with her hat) was on lon Cameron's shoulder, and all the world heard him call the future Mrs Monteith of Marchieston his poor child, his poor dar li ng ! Mr Monteith

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

2 Mar 1895

it's had I'll carry ~'.HI -~~ Before she could finish, the child was hack on his namesake's shoulder. If you will show inn ray down, I'll save you the tr. de. The accent he laid deliberately on the pronoon halt the virtue from his action, and yet the certainty

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