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  • County: Middlesex, England
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

18 Jan 1902

latter years of his life as • Baron in the House of Lords. His political MINT was ors mean oue; his speeches were often eloquent and to the point, though be was not great a debater. His plays, the most notable of which ars Money, and The Lady of Lynn, prove

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

2 Dec 1903

At ties close Mr. .1. H. Osborne eepreved the strengthen the Lands of the Right Ron. Joseph thank* of the neemlers to Mr, Embnry for his Chamberlain, in bringing to a successful coneseetkeit levees'. end Mr. Pew fey his I setmnintion his policy of fiscal

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

22 May 1908

trusted. Mac had several pretty daughters. Two of them married lairds, not local lairds, but gentleman who came for the flahing. Here were materials for a story in the manner of the late Mr. William Black's romances, which were so popular in these days

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

24 Jul 1903

programmer Al 6.. The tsUowing subscriptions were re. slaved : Mr. hopold de Rothschild, Mr. Councillor Hulbert. .6.3 Sc.; Mrs. Pooch . . .g 1 ls.; Mrs. .tldwinckle..sl ls.a Mr. Btanham. 11w.; Mr. Montgomery, 10s. Id. The deficit of gel. was thus met, and

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

22 Jul 1903

arranged at that famous hostelry. the Red Lion. at Menlo-. Mr. Robert Willey presided, and was supported by Mr. Alderman and Mrs, Griffin, Mr. Councilior and Mrs. Farr, the Rev. Tilney Rising, Mr. Lancaster Ramsden. many other well-known residents in the

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

8 Sep 1900

prejudice anyone dirtiest him, bat he shouldn't 'wake offensive remarks about his betters. *Hs wears his mind on his sleeve too often,' observed Mr. Yidby. •CI suppose you retailed his stsp‘d ( - trip • I did my duty, sir.' “I presume. urged the Alderman

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

31 Jan 1908

where now he might have spent his maturer days. All through those many railway trips ha had pondered on Kim Hester, and he bad made up his mind at last that she was worthy. Was a paltry parrot going to disturb his faith or his plans? Not if Tom Buses knew

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

30 Dec 1903

the Xemisigal Baildiage on Monday week. Mr. Basil Meknes, C.C. (chairman of the committee), presiding. There were also present Mr. J. Gene (vim-chairman et the eimassittee), Mr. W. Aldridge, Mr. Payne; with Mr. I. H. Frye (one of the hon. secretaries)

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

14 Mar 1900

secretary-:—Mr. Carey, £ll ss. ; Mr. J. C. Powleeland, £1 6s. ; Mr. Ware, £1 ss. ; Mr. Longhorn, £1 10a. ; Mr. Candy, JI2 11s. ; Mr. McLeod. £2 Mr. G. Taylor, 10.. 6d. ; Mr. Bidley, 11r. ; Mr. J. W. Turner. 13s. ; Mr. Rending, 15e. ; Mr. Dines, Si.; View article

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

3 Jun 1904

of liogarthi, Mr. Aston-Webb, B. A. it of the Royal Society of Brien di Attila/l, Mr. E. A. .Abbey, 8.A., Mr. Henry Wallis. Mr. I'. W. Peel (restorer of Hogarth House), Mr. Francis E. Piesse, Mr. H. H. Newlyn. Mr. E. R. Shipway, and Mr. H. B. Shipway

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

3 Aug 1901

Mrs. F. Barrett, the Mie9- Barrett, Mrs Chester Master, Mrs. and Moo 'laird, Mrs. Trollops, Mrs. Delaniotte, Mr. and Mrs. F. Foster. Dr. Batchelor, Mr. and Mn. Hole. Mr. and Mrs. Chohnondeley Pennell, Mr.. Keller Frost,

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

13 Apr 1903

Stone). 1, Mr. Cianlield'd (7lbs. extra) Wild SliepliPard(Mr. Arnold) ((owner) (Mr. Phillip.) ^ 2, Mr. D. D. Hu'gees MOHO). 3, Mr. Pail's's Act revs 00, Mr. R. Ilorliek's Vinegar 1L (Mr. Sivannel) Mr. if. I). Maelure's Freugh (Mr. E. 6backle)

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

22 Jun 1906

Pryce, Mrs. A. C. Praeger, Mr. A. B. Rabin+, Mrs. (1, P. Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roberts, Mr. and Mrs, Rome, Mr. and Mrs. William Robertson, Miss Daisv Smith. Mr. and View article

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

5 Nov 1900

concluding his exhortation, Mr. Mausack Day invited pastor and congregation toe public tea to be held at Avenueroad Chapel, Shepherd's Rush, on Thum lay. November 15:h. on the 043 :MIMI of the lastoa's stet anniversary. After Mr. Inwood, Mr. Boyd, end Mr. 11

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

4 Aug 1900

Gold-ric. Iris ; Mr. 11. G. Withers's Glyn, c. Class 2.—Fox Terriers (Dog or Bitch).—Mr. Vivian 11. Teale's Winabill Trap, 1 : Mr. Guy Maltlievrali Pandora, 2 : Mr. J. If. Wiggintim Prince, 3 ; Mr. John NlcKeclinie's Nell, r. ; Mrs Phillip Young's Nancy

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

6 Jan 1905

Cook. Mr. and Mrs. T.)1111..0[141. Mr. and Mrs. ('ox, Mr. and Miss Drysdale Mr. and Mis. Jcyce Mr. Cate, Mr. and Mrs. Pryer, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Miss A. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Ray, View article

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

21 Mar 1902

Rev. Mr. Mills withdrew his resolution, and the amendment bring put as a subseguent motion, was carried unanimously.—The Board also d cided to as% Mr. Lux to attend the next meeting of the Staff Committee, and that the clerk should write thanking Mr. Retwon

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

1 Jul 1904

Taney Work. -Mr.. 0. Carden Sibley. Mrs. crsatord. Mrs. Ilowlatid, Miss Sheehy. and Mies wksrton. Chins mud Gloss.—Mrs. E. C. P. Monson, Mrs. Share Mies Raids., Mass E. Hunt, Miss K. Mapco. Miss M. limit. and Miss N. Laird. Plain Needlework. Mrs. Prechter

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

21 Sep 1908

Arthur Devereux. a chemist's assistant. poisoned his wife and her two twin children. nhiced their bodies in an airtight trunk. and de-retched it to a furciture depository at Kensahri-e. Here, molls. Mr. l'o.laird brought the terrible crime borne to tire heartless

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

11 Jan 1909

Flews, and Casson, by Mr. Hobart. who received a well-deserved encore also a dialogue by lit. P. E. Wines, Wolsey's Farewell. Mr. Wines is a master in descriptive spunkiest, and is extremely popular lousily. Tbe ladies who took part to the Bret fares

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