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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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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

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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The Queen

The Queen London, England

4 Dec 1909

Manfred Overture eleansine, es ft lather. and. hlmet prevee li s milion, Mrs Livitig•Taw Brume Mr ale a rich crimson. The attendance numbered 2 Med if e.ap for its it is prel IAV Mr and r. William Itainsave Me. and the Mi..e Cc it, was most satisfactory

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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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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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London Courier and Evening Gazette

London Courier and Evening Gazette London, England

17 Dec 1813

Xo. 5,510. Xi\ MAIUNK PAY OFFICE, 29, ParUamcnt-street. December 10,1813. Dr. WILKIN’S GKNEUAI. j MR. STOCKDALE-x-araßily requests that Ladies, anti GeUtlemtn, iopoitsesslan 61the tarly .Volumes this Work, will give immediate orders to the.r respective

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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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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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The Queen

The Queen London, England

19 Oct 1912

resideree. Th.• lhoyager laity these including Lord Lady Lee 'sham, lard and Lady home of one of our most popular bishop. and his equally Portarlingtori, after mane visits in was up Bury, and Lord and Lady Coke, the latter going on direct popular wife, who

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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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Statesman (London)

Statesman (London) London, England

18 Aug 1814

increasing the q ua says, that as his Lordship writes in *hick would be by increasing the stock o n does not subject the publisher of his,. 414 . 19. to far as concerned his own immedi become a fellow-lodger Of his , we conceived that wheat might I objection

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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

10 Jan 1903

Tweedmouth, Lady Harriet Litelsay•i. .laiighters, Mr Trevelyan, M.P., Mr D. Erskine of Linhathen, Mr Alex. Lindsay and Mist Miss Sandeman, Miss Kirchhoffer, Mr Winstauley, llr Charles Leith-flay of Leith Hall, Rev. J. Brebner, Mr Uordun, &e. Lady Marjorie

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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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The Queen

The Queen London, England

15 Apr 1911

Nliss Parker. Mr and Mrs Macpherson, Mr Lovett, Capt. Lambert, Capt. and Mrs Cotton. Mr and Mrs Kenyon, Mr and Mrs A. Pitcairn Campbell. Major Hovers. Capt. and Nits Mr and Nliss Payne. Major K%114,4011. Mrs Otrardot. Miss Mr Douglas King, Ste. Prev to the

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