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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

22 Aug 1885

Vaughan. Mr. &ricks% and Hr. Baselagh Club—Mr. Arthur Peat, Mr. Allred arid Worse lialasita al. contested match was As and et Club on July to sew Snag's reedition the play wm very fast an e Mr. Arthur Poo. O. &sternest. and Mr. A. E. r. Mr. J. Pest. Mr. Kenyon

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

13 Aug 1863

estraordinary 000 duet io Per where ass ailed opus his rest dried is maxis clothes. marriage wit% M. de we. a spearicaca the Ear wealthy but it had the offset of increasing his dispearre against the your lady. A pompous 1 the marriage had appeared in the Err

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

10 Sep 1872

utterly trivial awarder. Mr. ilobbonse epee his hands a work of gum fotoreet, great diflicalty, and the Mud.t importance to may minima of his thee.. He can stray faith it to hotter advantage than by framing petty criticisms on his presiecamor'e phrueology

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

2 Jan 1888

barrow of which I also gave a brief description. Mr. n. J. Bhadbolt and Mr. 0. Todbal harem been presented to his Excelleney, the roadie's terminated with the distribtaid of attar and pea. In the evening his Highness gave a banquet in honour of hie Evidently

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

27 Sep 1884

impropriety. The set in Mr. Browns house was an act of impropriety. Reexamined by Mr. Powell : Spooning iaeleded kissiog. I oat give yen • definition of spooning. Mr. G. B. Stevens : I em lieutuant re the 4th Pioneers. I know the defendant, Mr. King. He need to

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

23 Feb 1887

&minis., Mr. J. L Johnston, Mr. G. M. Stewart. Agent, S. M. cj o ijapauy, Dr. Davidson, Mr. 11. Scannell, Mr. It. A. Gatiffile, Mr. Itayinorit Knight, C.S., Rau Rffiadur Tirmal Ran, Mr. Willie F. O'Llutioghtie, secretary, Jubilee committee, Mr. }Wench

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

19 Mar 1884

of unmarried ladies, all the married women danced :— Kverytudy dancegrave judges, stately councillors. and portly colonels are often seen competing for the hi inour of dunciug with some yeuthfill de ilassfe.' Ou one occasion, writes Lady Falkland, a west

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

28 Feb 1840

important occasion. To this his Grace hiss replied, and called upon Sir Robert to retract his ill founded staleineut. Devostport Election —We learn, Irons our excellent contemporary, the West of Enyla,4 Conservative, 'hut Mr. Si. Auhyn his resigned only to become

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

6 Jan 1858

omission. The names of certain ladies are mentioned as having ministered to the comfort of the sick and wounded. There are Mrs. Gall, Mrs. Polehempton and others, Now this is truth, but not the whole truth Mrs. Parry, Mrs. Edith, Mrs. Bates, Miss Alone and others

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

11 Jun 1874

wear. t. KU' W .. , ..d oh. he mis t wea diarrhea his retold mot, who be might bare Nett Cash with order. Credit. he tamed command witb him and ducharged his THE BYCULLA FOUNDRY & ENGINEERING HIS E X C ELLE NCY; to Ireland the course of or .1. Casks

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

10 Dec 1874

scares prevail upon himself to trust his own eseses. Before Mr. Crabtree recovered his ravished wits the Bun and Venus were gone, and he could do little snore than make a sketch of what he lied seen, which he did, said his considerate nth PARELL,..PRIDAY

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

16 Feb 1872

expected that in presence of the awful tidings which would reach Madras on Tuesday, that His Hordahip would have waived his desire for an enforced vindication of his honour. At any time unworthy, this week the spectacle is unseemly, end we Inuit suppose

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

14 Dec 1858

Olympian Proposed by Mr. Campbell, smutted by Mr. Hum- . huh. resolved. — 'That Robert Ityrie, Esq., be Mejesty's dominions except in Calcutta, which city often does • temporary superficial cry simulate the One huge party, of which Mr. Ernest Jones is the

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

16 Jul 1868

beat his wife, that he abhors bagpipes, and that not one of his relations ever committed suicide because of a November fog P Or what should we think of • Frenchman writing to the Times to say that he really does not live in ceaseless pursuit of his neighbours

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

8 Oct 1828

rengt;, enough singly to sustain his reas.ei, and they both fell. The consiluence was speedily fatal : one of his lordship's ribs was uroketi, and he lingered only a few days, when death put an end to his severe sufferings. His eldest sun the sio.j.ct of this

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

24 Nov 1888

the painful look of suffering quite gone, and a lovely smile on his dear little baby Lace. We closed his pretty blue eyes, and crossed his little hands over his breast, and there he lay by his mother's side till daylight. - In their hours of privatiou and

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

3 Apr 1816

Surgery has been lately performed by Mr. Carpus, of Deanftreq. An Meet ofoitlion le* his ia acts I service in Egypt, though otherwise enjoying robs& hPalthe On his return home, hearing that Mr. Carve' had, in his Anat- mieal Lettere', teem ioned tf tt

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

29 Jul 1837

Ligature. Mr. Maculay at the head of the de. partinent of Public Instruction, and in this cape* city it has been his special object to substitute literature and science fur the Koran and the Vedas. How great and effect his la. ours. and those of his colleagues

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

21 Sep 1876

and Colored, she Black and White Scarves and Dress Necktien LADIES' OWN MATERIALS made up. GENTLEMEN'S KID GLOVES, Re. 3.4 a pair ; and LADIES' Re. 3 a pair. BIIPBRIOB KID GLOVER vox LADIES-1, I, 1, and 4 bittern& WEDDING AND MOURNING ORDERS SPEOLLL ATTNNTION

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

2 Aug 1876

Insilco against him. Mr. Nieto, indeed, was the editor of that paper, and it am true that Mr. Buchanan thought that Mr. ktioto had shown a spirit of hostility to him, he having written of him again and again adversely, but against Mr. Taylor nothing of

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