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West Kent Guardian

West Kent Guardian London, England

7 Mar 1840

29th ult., at the Limes, Lewisham, the Lady of Edward I Esq., of a daughter. On the 9nd inst., at Crooms-hill, Greenwich, the lady of S. H'* 11 Esq., a son. On the 26th ult., at Blackheath, the lady of Macereeor Laird. $ J a son. ,jf| On Sunday, the Ist

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London City Press

London City Press London, England

13 Feb 1864

London-wall, to Harriet, youngest daughter of Mr. William Morris, of Fore-street. LAIRD—STANSELL—On the 2nd inst., Ebeneser, youngest son of Mr. B. Laird, of Upper Clapton, to Annie, youngest daughter of Mr. I. J. Stansell, of Aldermanbury and lalingtoa

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The Examiner

The Examiner London, England

31 Oct 1868

education. MR REVEBDY JOuHSON mN LIvERvPOoL. Our Liverpool correspondent writes respecting the banquet given by the American Chamber of Commerce to Mr Johnson : Soon after Mr Laird entered the room the American Ambassador asked to be introduced to Mr Laird

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Morning Chronicle

Morning Chronicle London, England

20 Jun 1850

11th inst., at Rufford-hall, Lady Arabella Hesketh, of a On the 18th inst., at 143, Piccadilly, Lady Moreton, of a daughter. On the 14th inst., at Wolverton, the wife of W. A. Rogers, Esq., of a daughter. Onl the 15th inst., hi Carzon-strect, the wife of

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Morning Chronicle

Morning Chronicle London, England

16 Feb 1859

Egerton, M.P., Mr. Tollemache, 61.p., Earl f Grosvenor, M.P., Mr. Townshend Mainwaring, bI P. the Earl of Shelburne and the Hon. b Ponaoaby, re .IWestern Railway Company; Mr. Salisbury, MnP., Mr. s Bancroft Mr. Stokon, Mr. Rogers, and Mr. Petitzer, IBir-

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The Stage

The Stage London, England

21 Jul 1932

York, her list of plays and roles comprising 44 Lord and Lady Algy, 44 His Excellency tho Governor, Lady Eastney, tho Mary Moore part in 44 Mrs. Dane's Defence, and the Coni- tesso Zicka, Lady Bancroft's role, in 44 Diplomacy, besides Beatrice in a

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Graphic

Graphic London, England

24 Feb 1877

and bi649uerie, at his rooms in the House of Lords, and his residence at Ryde, Isle of Wight. He was proud of his office as Black Rod, and very reluctant to delegate his duties to a deputy. Indeed, it was this great anxiety to be at his post that may be

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The Stage

The Stage London, England

2 Jan 1936

church were; Mrs. Loraine (widow), Sir Thomas and Lady Strangman (father in-law and mother-in-law), Sir James and Lady Purves-Stewart, Lady Stanley, Hon. F. and Mrs. Mae- naghten, Miss Lind-af Hageby, Miss Fortescuo, Mr. S. E. Bac chus, Mr. Arthur Burne

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The Era

The Era London, England

27 Mar 1842

On the 15th inst., at Exmouth, the Hon. Mrs. Osborne, of a daughter -On the 17th inst., at Morley Rectory, near Wymondbham, Norfolk, the lady of the Rev. C. Beauchamp Coopor, of a ?? ?? inst., the wife of Mr. Hicks, bookseller, Crawtord-street, of a

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The Era

The Era London, England

27 Oct 1867

Cemetery, under the direction of Mr. Tilford, on Wednesday lest, tie chief mourners being Mr. Boleno (her bereaved husband); his two nephews, Messrs. Thomas and Charles Rangan; ler nephew, Mr. Charles Wilson ; Mr. Charles Leon, and two of her medical attendants

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Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper

Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper London, England

2 Jul 1899

eightsomo rsels and fancy quadrilles. The ladies were in white gowns, with sashes formed of their respetive tarttens. Lady Iienderson, wrife of the retiring Lord Maj~yor of Belfat, wfas, en Monday, presented by the ladies of the city wsith an euerald arnd diamond

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Reynolds's Newspaper

Reynolds's Newspaper London, England

14 May 1882

prepared for him, and in response ton these mute expressions of sympathy Mr. Gladstone repeatedly raised his hat and bowed his acknowledgmants. The right hon. gentleman as well as Mrs. GIadstone was clad in the deepest mourning, and many of the members wore

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London Daily News

London Daily News London, England

24 Jan 1874

from his own greenhouses wit choice exoat. Mr. Grves, of Pall-mall, did all honour to the chair; and wanusupporpad by,. 3b Melton, hon. seycrtary. The musical arrangements were under Mr. Theodore Distin, supported by Miss L. Brabam, Mi. Lester, Mr. Montout

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The Examiner

The Examiner London, England

16 Sep 1832

the severest affikction to his frkitta . ya his early dseaih wvill be dreply regretted by all whoe knew hint. Mr. Godwin, a gentleman connected with the Morning Chronicle asareporter, returoi home en F'riday cafternoon to his longings apparently in perfect

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London Daily News

London Daily News London, England

7 Jul 1879

were aceompanied by the Hoti. Mrs. . th 4. Lawrence, the Hon. Maude Lawrence, the Hon. nubert Lawrence, Colonel and Mrs Ruuball, the at Ii,ev. C. and Mrs. Waford, Miss G'ater, Mr. Buxton, Dr. and Mrs. Goodali, Sir G. and Lady : Yting, Dr. Kennedy, Sir Erskine

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Pall Mall Gazette

Pall Mall Gazette London, England

19 Sep 1866

inst.-stillborn. DAUGHTERS. BROADBRIDGE, Mrs. J., Addison-terrace, Kensing- BAKER, Mrs. W., The Laurels, Weybridge-heath, ton, r~his.Surrey, a8th inst. Caursths, Mrs. W. G, Queen's-road, Daiston, BLIZARD, Mrs. A., Camberwell New-road, 7th inst. i7th inst

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The Era

The Era London, England

14 Mar 1896

1893, and who is now Mrs Charles Dalton, of the Lyceum. The sons still remain in the profession, and are deservedly popular and successful, Mr J. W. Hemming, Mr W. W. Walton, Mr George Walton, Mr William Walton, Mr Fred Walton, and Mr Alfred Hemming, of

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Graphic

Graphic London, England

10 Sep 1881

from his shop to another and a better world. The undersigned, his widow, will weep upon his tomb, as also his two daughters, Hild and Emma, the former of whom is married, and the latter is open to an offer. The funeral will take place to-morrow. His di

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The Era

The Era London, England

11 Mar 1866

the April sessions. The charge Ogeanst Mr. Kent, the puhlleher, was abandoned, as Mr. ergeest lallantyne said Mir. Sothern was now satisfied Mr. Kent isc~enothineg of the libel centained in the magazine, and his recog-

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London Daily News

London Daily News London, England

22 Dec 1860

professors com- posed the board of examiners: Mr. Charles Lucas (chair. man), Mr. F. E. Cox, Mr. George M faEarren, Mr. W. _IL Holmes, Mr. W. Dorrell, Mr. Robert Barnett, and Mr. L Walter m farren. Ten young ladies, all students (nei less . than two years

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