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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

19 Sep 1884

account of his intemperate habits. Os the Illoadayte went to hod as usual, and neat day, sot gettlag up, his Mends went Into his room, and found him undreamed, with his throat cut an.l a razor close hy. Ha was lakes to the hospital, whoa he Paid his heather

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

29 Oct 1859

themselves al his feel,” and cannot adequately express the sincere regret they feci for his Holiness. It was Hoby, the great Ijoot-maker, who, when an subaltern marching entered his shop ami announced with degree importance admirably benehtling his rank, that

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

31 Jan 1857

MTJLTUM IN PAIIYO. Biuon Aldcrson died at his residence, Park-crescent, London, Tuesday afternoon, in his Toth year. A fellow has been swindling various parlies in the country out of board and lodgings, on the strength of representations that is the agent

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Pontypool Free Press

Pontypool Free Press Monmouthshire, Wales

18 Aug 1905

brother's property wai ae signed to her. Mr. Burnie: As • fact. a stop order had been obtained, and that is bow the unfortunate plain• tiff got her minsey. The Witness: She got it. i Mr. Burnett said that that was his ease. Mr. Matthaei (the magistrate): You have

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

16 Nov 1867

look for aoythles - lie jest came cases his (race Be had bees noo paying rent (or sax yean tU hie grace, and thucht was unco thing to be paying BdkrMe lan*, and no kea his laird, la Scotland kset hla laird His gnoa. to warmly and kindly waloomin* tenant

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

17 Mar 1911

Prcrv. Lord I’hi- (Tl*. Lady Powerwoourt. «»• « very tall ami graceful - looking, and po|»ular her Widtlow home Of thoughtful turn of mind, she finished

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

27 Feb 1869

capital. For some time a Br.tiah nohlen.an, who appears to have made I'aru his home, or who ut ;■ e.* most his time here, has got himself much t.. . i • . accountof hi* gay doings and his eccentri. ' ■ past week, for example, it is recorded that ■ olu tumbling

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

16 Nov 1861

sent one his sous for his gun whilst working one of his fields, and told his son Charles get halfpenny-worth of cans, which did, and took them and the gun his father. His father having cap in his pocket, allowed Ills son keep had bought iu his which was

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Usk Observer

Usk Observer Monmouthshire, Wales

1 Oct 1864

drinkables is kindly and most cordially supplied by Mrs. Fergusson Blair; so that when Lord Kinnaird in his letter refers to the use of ardent spirits at Inchmartine, his meaningcan only be to find fault with Mrs. Blair's liberality, and tries to screen himself

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

22 Oct 1897

been equalled,and never surpassed, since his term of office ; and they dwell regretfully upon his stud and brilliant horsemanship. Both Lady daughters, Lady Evelyn Cavendish and Lady Beatrix FitzMannee now Lady Waterford, have inherited their mother s

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

22 Dec 1900

SAD DBATH OF LADY KATHARINE MANNERS. Lady Katharine Manners, eldest daughter ths Duke of Rutland his second wife, was found drowned in Knipton Lake on the Belvoir Castle sat ate on the morning of the 16th iast. Lady Katharine left the castls one o'clock

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

4 Jan 1901

Marchioness Conyngham, lady Florence Astley, and Mr. B. Astley. Amongst the mourners were Lord Churchill (son). Mr. H. M. Spencer (nephew), the Duke of Marlborough, Lord Crofton. Lord Lonadale, Earl of Denbigh, Lord Cairo's, Mr. Albert Brewery, M.P.,

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

18 Sep 1885

former breve expr'samaa to his last long sleep under the canopy of !leaven, to the mercy of wild creatures, who wou:il quickly pick his bones. Well, we know the worst, anyway' remarked one of the men, turning his quid in his cheek. He was a bold chap

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

23 Aug 1862

August 23, AMERICA MR. WEMYSS TOE SOM. . .T few days ago Mr. immediately New August 6* EvetiiEg-* - upon his liberation from years’ imprisontuont for flotilla has for the present abandoned the publishing a libel upon Sir James Ferguson, applied to Fifteen

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

12 Mar 1842

shrewd and observant ladies, themselves single and 10, say that in tlieir sphere—that of the highest of the middle class, and including (he lewer aristocracy—the proportion of ladies who get husbands is one three. A married lady took pencil and jotted

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

13 Jul 1867

plaintiff glass of grog, and put his hand his shoulder; but idaintitf, wanting make money, threw his hand liack, saying. “ There's another assault,'' and in doing so his hat fell off.- did not knock tiis hat off. Mr. Crocker and Mr. Riley we re also called.

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

16 Mar 1883

Meath, when his adventures elicited the following quatrain : His seat In the Council Lord Spencer retains, His seat in the Cabinet too ; Bat his grip of the saddle, his bold of the reins, Want a little cementing with Glue. MA, said a y .dig lady, what

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

21 Nov 1874

Glouceste —without further prolixity, might say that he referred to His Grace the Duke Beaufort, the laird lieutenant of the county. (Loud applause, and For he's a jolly good fellow.”) Mr. J. E. Hale, here, sang with great feeling and expression, the beautiful

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

2 May 1840

proceedings should stayed and end. Mr. Platt said was instructed show cause in the first in-lance. J-ord Denman was not sure the court ought to hear him ; but perhaps it would better to do so. Mr. Plait ob- that his friend s doctrine, that it aa not to

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

29 Oct 1864

Newdegate ? ’ (Laughter.) He would also tee in the member for West Norfolk, Mr. Bentinck, another Tory; and was man great judgment, would recognise I think, the third Tory the Noble laird the Member for Tiverton. (Laughter.) There is no reason why the Tory should

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