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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

23 Feb 1907

HIS LIFE FOB HIS CAB. The story of chauffeur who lost his life his anxiety to save his car was related at inquest at Croydon Hospital on William James Budgen. Bndgen, who was only nineteen, remained to put out fire in his car before seeking treatment

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

5 Mar 1910

stamp surcharged Mr. Charles Frohman has arranged that Mr. Henry Arthur Jones and Mr. Alfred Sutro are to write new plays for the Duke of York’s Theatre. A vase with Lambrequin decoration was sold Cor £3OO at the Bunny Hall sale. Mr. W. Jennings Bryan

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

10 Jun 1911

Victorian portrait painter, Mr. James Sant, 8.A., is spending the even* ing of his days at house in Lancaster Gate, to which King Edward, hia sisters, and his children, including our present Sovereign, went to painted by his magic brash. Mr. Bant was appointed'

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

20 May 1911

preparation!” “no life leads ia his beet preparation, I’m thUking. And death under the open sky, with the caller air and sun round ye. and the cry o’ the wood does ia the ears— T' it would what the laird would have ohooon if had had his choice. was aye one lor

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

21 Feb 1903

I'm glad. _ The laird did his wife enough harm in his lifetime, as even Peter agreed—indeed, went so far as to say tlmt in his opinion she would almost have been justified in—in suppressing the deed if “That was very considerate of Mr. Macfie. interrupted

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

14 Jun 1873

the spot waste Mite Laird fell. The brother and cunaia rushed .down (be ttelrs, and found the young lady lying apparently U(eW(|., was gently raised, end medical aid was immedistely se|gmoned, bat without avail, for tba poor young lady oarer recovered e

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

26 Aug 1905

Battalion Cameron Highlanders, of which he is now honorary colonel. His son, the laird-to-he, Mr. Alosander Angus Mackintosh has dash Welsh blood in “*» veins, for his mother. was the hoirees Mr. Priest Bichards, Plss Newydd, Glamorganshire. The Mackintosh

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

3 Oct 1863

present. The Her. Richard Frizelle, chaplain the laird Mayor, •aid grace before ani after dinner. The dinner having concluded, The laird Mayor said the first toast on his list was that cf Our Sovereign Lady the Queen.’ wife, as a mother, a woman, Qneen

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

29 Dec 1906

Howard, ofCsstie Ki.ln gl and Lady Audrey Duller, and stepdaughter General Sir Redvers Buller, wul shortly be married to Mr. Balph B. Macau, of 1 ward House, Salisbury. The will of the late Mr. John Stuart McCaig, Scottish laird, providing for the erection

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

14 Mar 1903

you—let me introduce Mr. Knyvett, my •lection agent, Mrs. Macdonald. Tbara was always portentous solemnity in Hr. Begbie’s allusions to the possibility of his becoming member of Parliament, and they invariably made him, it were, prove his owa capability for

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

21 Jul 1906

Ivmtenant had but just rejoined, he wrote to his father, to Galabi, and old Hamiah, and to Dr. ToHemachc, tolling them of his anxiety for Jean. Colonel Stuart did not reply, Hannah could not read and apparently did his letter writing through Galabi. Their letters

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

18 Apr 1908

would' with? Mr. CoNcadden :I entitled on both. Mr. Coreoadden; Pardon me. Mr. Kilbride: You not want two eon. notions? Mr. Car^cadden: Ido not, but I bold I am lUa tin. her was stole, and, in addition, other thw-. her was taken away. Mr. Kilbride: Ihen

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

24 Oct 1903

manages to be caught “Mr. Jones, do yon mean to say that you sell goods at loss and yet make money. “Certainly, my dear. If the customer buys and takas away the goods, I lose the goods, don’t IT” Mr. Newlywed (reading letter from his wife at seaside): “My

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

10 Oct 1868

gave the desired somersault successfully. He attempted to repeat the feat, hoaever, but his strength being reduced the previous effort, be fell on his head brokt his ueclt. Dr. Heinrich Fort said that the fonrtb velebrc was fratutusd, and there waa also

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

27 Aug 1859

alteration in his appearance. While the names of the jurors were being called over the prisoner looked at eacii of them with great attention, and several were challenged in his behalf. Mr. Serjeant Ballantine, Mr. Bodkin, Mr. Clerk, and Mr. Mereweather

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

2 Dec 1905

sat down, rested his elbows on the table, and covered his face with bis hands. Alter had drawn out his handkerchief and dabbed his eyes, incoherently murmured that be must go-by the next train —be would give orders—his place was with his mother; and he

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

2 May 1863

Percival, the former gentleman having polled some seventy-five votes over his opponent, Mr. Jones. From 1837 till 1841 Mr. Cooper continued to retain his position the Lower House. 1841 tlio bon. gentleman decided noon resigning parliamentary labours, for the

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

18 Mar 1899

other or more mutually helpful. In all his political campaign* in North Northumberland, when waa the colleague of Earl Percy, now Duke of Northumberland, mid for the Blackpool Division of Lancashire, Lady Bidley was his untiring companion, encouraging him

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

1 Sep 1860

open to such a construction. When Lord Holland was his death-bed, his friend George Selivyn called to inquire how his lordship was, and left his card. This was taken to laird Holland, who said: If- Mr. Sclwyn calls again, show him into my room. If I alive

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

10 Aug 1861

Uaglau, out of Lady Jocelyn. The I’umll Challenge Cup was award d to Mr. Richard of Swiushaw, iiiirulvy, I.e.no.ishirv, for his short- lioruco'v Faith. 'Has lioanEifuily i):u|iijr!i.jued animal was , ba'd Mr. .ioliu Ci'.imlv, of Mmr.hi'.-'.ar. Tin; Waterford

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