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Morning Advertiser

Morning Advertiser London, England

26 Nov 1832

Marlborough. lled HIS FIRST CAMPAIGN! The Marshal, Viscount de Turenne, Mr. Warde; James, Duka of Honmuuth, Mr. Diddear Major Marsin, Mr. Bartley ; Lieutenant Victor, Mr. Perkins ; Captain John Churchill. Mr. Forester ; St. Denis Odlllon, Mr. Laporte ; Charley

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Globe

Globe London, England

2 Oct 1872

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1872. OUT OF THE HOUSES. CONSERVATIVE. Mr. Laird attended a meetly at the Birkenhead School of Art on Monday evening. He said that the school was in full work, and he trusted the ladies would take advantage of the morning classes, and that

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Shipping and Mercantile Gazette

Shipping and Mercantile Gazette London, England

15 Feb 1845

Iron Schooner Lady Flora Hastings, 100 tons, hullt byJ. lAird, Esq., liverpool. .. * . Barque Brazilian, tons, belonging to Mr. Cotesworth, of Liverpool Schooner Letitia, 100 tons, ditto. CAUTION—ANDREW SMITH, Patentee of the Wire Rope, feels It necessary

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Evening Mail

Evening Mail London, England

31 Oct 1817

last place of safety the archives of his Government, anil his most valuable treasures, were deposited The intentions laird Hastings with regard to the other chieftains were not accurately known: but his l-nroslnp had collected a powerful army, it was

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Islington Gazette

Islington Gazette London, England

25 Sep 1903

Pilkington, is engaged to Mr. William do Winton, son of Mr. Hobert Henry de Winton, of Graftonbury, Hertfordshire. Miss Edwardes was much attached to lice late brother, Who was only two and a-half years older than herself, and his death in South Africa,

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Sporting Life

Sporting Life London, England

30 Nov 1861

Scintilla Mr Hill's ' on's Star of the beat MrC. Farneira Krsit- M r ,. , fence’s Lady beat Mr Alii rod’s Amontill^lo Mr 1 • v vps’r Godiva b'.’at the Hon. F. C. Howard's Hasty »i?l (*) Sclntilla beat Star of the West | Lady beat Oodita Mr W. Lawrence's

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London Evening Standard

London Evening Standard London, England

19 Dec 1905

who h.TF .11 joinfd »r 'hear. hurl, laird *f? > rT i.uply in hi. l»t Ih.V must h.ro givrn ■<» grntlrmrn «n of hi. Horn I' * hirh makes them belies, th.i ik » j tlmoghter). while lo the reblu. ■ pjume, to Mr. hi. word. in their natural Kg»i*e.ne» a.

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South London Press

South London Press London, England

25 Feb 1882

Battersea; Mr A. G. Drowning, Wandsworth Common : Mr. K. Ji. Hrn-lev House, Wandsworth; bir 11 svor Lawrence, Bart., M.P ; Mr Edward Vaughn Morgan, Battersea: Dr. Mann, Wandsworth Common : Mr. H. M. Soule, St. John Hill Mr. E. Tavlor, Common; and Mr. J. -

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London Courier and Evening Gazette

London Courier and Evening Gazette London, England

6 Oct 1810

tOYAE FJW^r. Yesterday morning bis Majesty, (lie Dukes of V.v'.i, Klxt, and Princesses (..trrv Sophia, accompanied laird WXlsino. Lady Fly, General FiTzr.av, and Colonel Taylor, took airing in Windsor Great Park, (ill half past twelve clock. The Prince

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The Stage

The Stage London, England

7 Aug 1913

LAIRD AND THE LADY On Monday , August 4 . 1913 , was . IucchI , at the Chuls < Palace , a , in one scene , by Jessie Mill ward and John Glondinriinir . f ; nr . it id : — I iHitrd and the Lady . The Lady jiiss Millward Mrs . McLean Miss Lilian Caird The

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Pearson's Weekly

Pearson's Weekly London, England

8 Jun 1911

you ',laird? LONG LIVE THE KING ! Os Saturday, June 3rd, King George celebrates his birthday, the second he has seen as monarch. Nowadays, oven as a birthday treat, it is unlikely that his Majesty will be able to indulge in what was ut ono timo a favourite

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Morning Advertiser

Morning Advertiser London, England

7 Sep 1867

(Barnard 0 Mr. E. Brayley’s Wanton, 6st. b (U. Clark) 0 Mr. J. Laird of Scotland, 6st. IRlb (Spenoerj Mr. O. Trimmer’s Maenolia, 6st. lb. .(Peppier) Mr. T. Stereni’s Ottoman, 6st. lb. .(J. Clark| 0 Lori Poulett’s Tot, 6st. “lb. {Nealej Mr. Rickaris's

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The Sportsman

The Sportsman London, England

26 Feb 1870

Northern Star 8 8 Mr J. Nightingall’s Laird of Scotland 5 8 5 Mr W. Goodwin’s Thnndewtorm 3 6 7 Mr T. V. Morgan’s Filou 3 4 K. rorter’s Sophie .36 4 Mr Myers’s The Dwarf 3 3 Mr W. Gregory ns Lincoln 3 6 Mr T. H. D. Bayly’s Lady Macbeth 3 6 0 Mr O. Payne’s f

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The Sportsman

The Sportsman London, England

16 Jun 1905

Joiccy’s Lady of tbs Vale jna. 4 813 Mr n. Bonss'a Domain Chandler 8 10 «Mr J. S. Curtia SarUlni Whitfield 4 8 Mr G. H. Preen* n» orb am McKle 5 9 Mr W. O. Steren’a laterico Owner 4 F. W. Polebamoton's ViTiane Persia 8 5 Mr C. Fireman Burfcidye 6 8 3 Mr C-

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Illustrated London News

Illustrated London News London, England

30 Jun 1866

Laird, He was saluted by the Cheshire Artillery Voluateers with a discharge from their battery adjoining the landiag-slio. Mr. W. Laird, the senior partner, Mr, Laird, M.P., and Mr. John Laird met the party of his Royal Highness and conducted hem over

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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

26 Oct 1863

cer- tain facts in March and another in October. (Loud cheers.) After a few unimportant observations Mr. Laird resumed his seat. Captain Henry H. Laird then addressed the meeting, and distributed the prizes.

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South London Chronicle

South London Chronicle London, England

18 Sep 1886

ildlowed by his es seated himodt, and Not net all t h e d ay d em o , mita for the bill of fare. It was gives hies. Met I Then meet in th e eve at West. would you She to have, sir? soloed the waiter ' g e , emblem he es low cottage dee, with his B raids

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Reynolds's Newspaper

Reynolds's Newspaper London, England

1 Nov 1863

LAIRD, MP,* UVPON NAT1OAL| I M JHN DUM14CMB .. . . The prizrs for ridls wad artillery shootin compete for by the volunteers -f B'rkrhead and district were die.- tributed by MrWJohn Laird, ML.P., who procde The C xeran after come remarks upon the constitu-

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Morning Advertiser

Morning Advertiser London, England

24 Jul 1863

2in. COJWKX AXD MR. LAIRD. The following letter was prevented, on a point form, from being read by Mr. Cobden House, yesterday:— Wasuixoton, Navy Department, May 19, 1563. llon. Sib,— You invito attention to the speech Mr. John Laird, in the British Hoime

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Sun (London)

Sun (London) London, England

18 Nov 1868

Ambassadors to England will show the spirit with which they were all embued down to the time of Mr C. F. Adams. Mr. Stevenson was a Virginian slaveholder, Mr. Dallas was in sympathy with the slave party. This he evinced, when residing in Philadelphia, in

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