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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

28 Mar 1868

with the rather as proclaiming admit Mx I ?ar Mt ~My Mt raw visa Mr. Mall me Mos doll Ommemeet ~Mom Ma mastaalarws dm ss UM to mond , ; sal Mr. Ilissall last ms we Ms slaw et ad ~lookers Ina Mr veto tot. ad to pond banal Os d“rem las forestal rrememenwee

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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

30 Apr 1870

behind him. This witness was also cross-examined by Mr, Msrriot. Mr. Marries now made his defence. George Collins—of Sunbury—(shoemaker) said: I remember going out on the litb instant, from the yard of Mr. &mud, at Snubs.). Newman was also with ua. We went

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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

10 Jul 1869

err new Mr. Matra. these rea thbene diets at Me cam sad be would pat Mr. hi terow Mem Y would not to do, toParfet r h Mr. Hwy Jar =Mar Mrs MOM reld hair Oak as there re other he Sha= d betrr that Mr. Park% case Mord Mated. Tr dYm of hie Mrs ma sot grat

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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

20 Feb 1858

were more deserving of it. Io reference to Mrs. Livingstone, to whom you have most kindly alluded, it is scarcely fair to ask a man to praise his own wife before her face—(Mrs. Livingstone, with some other ladies, was in the gallery)—but I must confess she

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

9 Aug 1890

resolved to dispose of his practice to Dr. Laird in order that he might retire, and. in company with his wife and three young children. join his brother, who has an estate in Virginia In the meantime Dr. Townsend matured his arrangements and everything

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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

22 Sep 1860

several days, hi seighhoun biome alarmed and informed the authorbite of the fad. Mars were &excelling], erns to the boom and, the aparisimt, Mr. wan Mood lying deed on his bed, with skull dreadfully fractured ; while in another sonic his •young woman of

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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

26 Sep 1891

thew were preerkt Mr. Howard J. Chaldecott (cheirmea), Messrs. T. 1 3. Cook , F. Bergman, %V. Beall. . Dibble, J. 'Vous& and W. lan the clerk (Mr. George Seeks), and the O. S. Mathews). Rain The Collector, in presenting his fortit gave his quarterly return

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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

23 Jan 1892

'ecretart, oleo dedioed.— Councillor Youldon proposed Mr. C..i. aid Mr. Street meonded, but Mr. Johnson re. fused to serve for *leveret reosono. -Mr. set e , was then proposed by Mr Street, and emetic by Mr. Bristow. hut he could not be prevails] upon to take

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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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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

8 Jun 1861

very freely, when the song, What will they say in England, having been given, Mr. Lane rue and said, Mr. Chairman an 1 gentlemen, as Mr. Dixon starts to.mot row fur his destination I shall have so other than this opportunity of eongnitulating him upon

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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

29 Apr 1865

fits. On Friday *venial' Its rented to his room to fie so writing. SOON other private badness. and halt-an.hour afterwards member of his family found him lying on the fireplace dead, his right haled burnt off, and hi. face, which lay sear the grate. horribly

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

9 Feb 1895

Geoldsmith, Wehber, Smith, Andre. Sanderson (organist), Mr. and Mrs. Hinet.leby e Mr. Byrne, Mrs. Strand, Mr. Chandler, Mr. Henson, Mr. Whipple, Mrs. P. Gooldamith the Chairmen Mr. Snow, in the noun of his remarks, said the total coat of the new chinch bad

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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

27 Nov 1869

found his body on the bank of the River Avon, near the Caine Railway Viaduct The taw was upward, and the feet were in the river. His hat was on the gram about a yard dbaant, and it seemed to have been carefully placed there. Ka clothes wen dry. Mr. Cooper

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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

27 May 1893

Blirleiclh .Werad. to Mr. T. B. Miller Cron- Too thmeasent.-Mr. Wiese, the sermyer of will Sue &Pao a 'lee led Mr. Willies Hardier, bourne Court, to Mr. Salmon : Hillsborough, the Bused. snots *dad the/ hi he he Yeetisli• H au n g . to Mr. Haitian Bass Lily

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

5 Jul 1890

brae forgotten. Lord faniarvon was an eicellent Colonial but his public career has certainly the early expectations of his friends. Se wee sonsswhet faddish and sentimental in his pongee, and his temper was too serene for the turmoil of public life. He suffered

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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

18 Aug 1866

tplems Hi s ',corded attachment to his master to well known. As the Emperor A Si.ooT VOLUNTEER HERO.-The Canadian woe leaving Vichy. he Who for Lena, and having h e w e d a Adjutant General of Militia says in his report:- sealed packet to his, told him

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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

5 Jan 1856

orchestra of nearly one hundred and forty sseeutants. The chief singers included Madame Clara Novellu, Mr. Sims Reeves, Mr. Weiss, Mr. Denson, and Mr. Montem Smith. The Queen bad a small party last Fridey evening, Madame Goldsehraldt and her husband. M

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Middlesex & Surrey Express

Middlesex & Surrey Express Middlesex, England

29 Jul 1899

Griffin, Mr. Box. Mrs Tidey, Mr. Cooper, Mrs. Searle, Misr Searle, Mrs. Brinielen, Miss Tilev, Min Dente, Mrs. Parker, Mr. Cowley (the Ruling Council:lr), Mrs. Smith, Mr. Wall, Mr. Drake, and Mr.. Oldenburg, bar for 1898; View article

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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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West Middlesex Herald

West Middlesex Herald Middlesex, England

9 Apr 1864

mitebni fronted sins whew be woe for tit flame to sees his breed. 01 sow= • drier was offered the way, of sawn% win drugged. Nem missabg the youth in • mairmy.. sheen with 20 or 30 ethos. His mei his taws were esolers benne portion WWI massy sad semi

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