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The Bystander

The Bystander London, England

31 Jan 1906

voice. Of such an hero and his lady-love, the heroine, Mr. Herbert Swears has made excel lent capital with his skit, Hero and Heroine at the Palace Theatre. It is one of the merriest bits of fooling seen in a long day. Mr. Arthur Playfair and Miss Kate

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

11 Jul 1956

story of a country gentleman, seventh Laird of Balgowan, who took to soldier ing in his middle years (almost, it might be said, by chance) and proceeded to cover himself with glory. Nor did his lustre fade when his war ended. Few have made so varied a

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The Sphere

The Sphere London, England

21 Sep 1957

Farquharson points out a beauty spot in his grounds to two American visitors, Mrs. MaCauley, on the left, and Mrs. Springer. THE LAIRD'S HOME A flag flies from a tower at Invercauld. The mansion is the home of the Laird and Lady of Invercauld, Captain Alwynne

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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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Westminster Gazette

Westminster Gazette London, England

16 Apr 1925

with Lady Marion's somewhat y.—Rtutar. King sent his secretary to inquire an to Ludy Marian's condition. The King's Private Physician was ako among those who hastene4 to Lady assistance.—Exchange. THE NARROW ESCAPE OF KING BORIS. HOW HE REPLACED HIS SHOT

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Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News

Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News London, England

15 Nov 1913

the meeting, both of which lie won. Mr. Stollery is doing his best for Mr. Asche to get one of the dogs nominated for the Waterloo in February, but as the owner of the team does not arrive in London till January 15th his greyhounds will not be seen out before

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The Era

The Era London, England

26 Nov 1910

Proprietor and Manager, Mr. Sydney Spenser. -Mr. J. C. Lodge* Percy and repertoire company opened on Monday Mr. Barnes of New York. Mr. J. C. Lodge- Percy gave a clever portrayal of Mr. Barues; Mr. F. D. Howard was subtle Count Danello; Mr. A. Money was a bluff

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

12 Jul 1944

Grand Old Man of Scottish Song Sir Harry Lauder, Laird of Lauder Ha' Lauder Ha', Stralhaven, Lanarkshire His Son's Portrait by Mr. Cowan Dobson With His Bust by Sir William Reid Dick By the Fireside With His Niece, Greta Photographs by Pictorial Press Sir

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British Press

British Press London, England

31 May 1825

Hotel, Lower Brook-street, from Malta. Mr. Stratford Canning arrived in Brussels on the 25th, on his return from St. Petereburgh. The Lord Chancellor has been pleased to dismiss the sate brought by the Dowager Lady Clanmorris, and has recognisNl the marriage

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Star (London)

Star (London) London, England

19 Feb 1819

Gentlemen present to contradict his statements, an. t Mr. Lambton remarked that they were too true. Ntihea this statement was read, the crowd called upon Alr.'Clark to stand forward. He did so, and his appearance by the side of Mr. Hobhouse, was the sinai'file

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Daily Telegraph & Courier (London)

Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) London, England

11 Apr 1905

15 MN1 54 . Rm. 444 and Se. Mantles. THE ADMIRAL'S LADY. to soy lostrwwl4 tee 14815 BMWs CROWN THlATlM,Peekbant.-Tel. 412. Hop- rag= ItIOHTLF. at 7.411. MATINZR at I.ll.the sew treNNI OCR FLAT. Mr. J. J. DALLAS as but ..i i c 0.,. tar NW two 4per web

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Daily Telegraph & Courier (London)

Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) London, England

29 May 1907

1..,V. Ira 11 at Ir. arm Mr_ M. LC- roma war Willa /Ur A:0 Il a' lsrar . A' . ass ..r. n ran' &so.. 17. ad, Id irsi. .. U. 1. All d APA QTAIIOIIIII I I. Ira C. L. or a IL • ~MN 6: net. 41711. a aims 10 Mr room •••••-••W__C•..en I ludA

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British Press

British Press London, England

6 Aug 1825

as that his Mr. Hughes, nor dlr . Whitehead, did not tell him to halo libelling. Mr. Puit.t.tre—No, nor for other people not to theme it. Mr. John Roberts and the surgeon corroborated thalut Mr. Ware, ea ocalist, from London.—A Mr. Judge called on me there

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The Queen

The Queen London, England

19 Feb 1910

Pilkington, Mrs Aylmer, Mrs Barry, Miss Casella, Mrs Carlo Clarke, Mrs Sealy Clarke, Mrs Ashton Cross, Lady Deeies, Miss L. M. Feilding, Mrs L. Faudel-Phillip, Mrs R V. 0. Graves, Mrs Jenkins. the Hon. Mrs McLaren Morrison, Miss Serena, the Feb. N. pito.

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The Bystander

The Bystander London, England

16 Nov 1932

Letters to Mrs. Ginsberg of Kansas City, commenting on that lady's recent visit to these shores with her daughter, Sadie Dear Mrs. Ginsberg, I WAS very pleased to receive your letter, especially as it contained the good news that Sadie's first season

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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 Sketch

The Sketch London, England

25 Aug 1926

The Laird of Ardgour and Family at Home. THE BEAUTIFUL SEAT OF MACLEAN OF ARDGOUR ARDGOUR, ARGYLLSHIRE. WITH RIONA, ANISE, AND MARGARET: THE HON. MRS. MACLEAN. TENANT OF ARDGOUR THIS SEASON THE MARCHIONESS OF SLIGO WITH MISS SHEELAGH BROWNE. EATING

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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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The Queen

The Queen London, England

7 Oct 1911

yellow. i Newell; score at 80 yards, Mrs H. Day, net 252 9; at 60, IN consequence of the acceptance of Numskull full 'l. Wings, scythe, and hour.glass it recalls to mind ; Mrs Beldam-Whetham, net 375.25 ;at 50, Mrs C. E. marks for D.A. No. 2288 are credited

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