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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

13 Sep 1901

and he stopped his hurrying pen to listen. The quick, pleased smile which softened beautifully his often stern features, played over them ; he raised his eyes, full now of a tender glow, and upon what vision did they rest? Not the Mrs. Julian he had known

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

20 Oct 1911

almost inevitable end of his continuous incursions into this terribly dangerous medium must be. His characteristic answer, was “All good engineering calls for casualties why not ?' His death was as inspiring as his life, and his terse “Why not would be

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

16 Sep 1898

Maw tau Lim—Mrs. liennypeok (looking up from her reading): This writer says widows make the beak wires. Mr. Heanypwsk s But, really, my deer, you can hardly expeot to die just in order to make a good wife of you. A vouxo married lady wee explainintthe

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

27 Sep 1901

laddie. They sat down together on. bench near by, with his arm still around her, and she passed her bands softly over his 4ace and hair. At length, with a sigh of contentment, she laid her head against his breast. Ah, Kenneth, my son, ye little know the

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

14 Feb 1903

been in the coat which the late Mr. Macdonald, Westrar. had taken off before going down the rocks to his death should inquired into for the sake of all concerned. This last phrase removed a faint lingering distaste to his own action, since it was manifestly

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

26 Jan 1895

call them. Mr. Moore said that bis friend, who was extremely astute, seemed to opinion that if yon could only ated him in choosing a stud horse which will of benefit to his county. Prince Harold was sold Mr Green, behalf of Mr Duncombe. to Mr Barling, M

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

12 Aug 1898

the lady. Bettie bowed over her room. He walked rapidly &Edged, Vermont Avenue. It was a lovely swiss sod his heart was very light. He deli as ere his ladylove sooner or later. arriving at the hotel, he tripped lightly up to his rooms , mewing his valet

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

1 Apr 1892

right of his wife, to his wife, absolutely; to each of his executors, the Hon. H. G. Campbell and Colonel M. W. Willson; his wines and consumable stores, two carriages and three bones to his wife; his plate and plated articles, subject to his wife having

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

5 Aug 1910

Meagre. W. N. Atkinson, Chief Inspector of South %ales; Mr. Walker, Senior Mines Inspector of the Bristol district; Mr. C. L. Robinson and Mr. T. Greenland Davies, who were assistants to Mr. Martin; Mr. W. C. Dalmel, secretary to the Cualowners' Aasociation;

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

6 Aug 1892

dinners with.the elder ladies, and was the life of th« I party. I After one of his jokes, when nil the girls were laughing heartily his asking why practical I bikes were for the young only and the reply • because they ar- bad-iu-age,” Lady Normnuton said a

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

14 Sep 1861

that he did not. - ~ Mr. Arnold: Did you examine his hands and clothing ? Witness : I did; and both hands were covered with blood, more particularly the right one. There was blood on his sleeve, and blood on his trowsers, and also on his shirt. I brought

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

2 Aug 1890

geb* Una, tapestry, ei-eattra,” instead ol •* GobeUne tapestry.” He«iTf. —Mr. YouogooupU; •• Wh»t I his cake yoa have made, darling f Mn. Youngoouple: A pouad-cak®, daareat/* Mr. Xonog* couple: 1 think there must hare been eomethlug the matter with the

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

6 Jul 1878

the sheds I. the Oates Market we. divided to be fewirearni to his. Mr. Bedlam ke a recited= el the done for ter Cora for Wigton. Mr. Beddow that the slug= were prone amide& to lel Mr. Bodies; km the sew% eigicthe swine not lestwepe the! Mosit ggeg end

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

6 Oct 1882

literati in English society, and his account of his residence in this country may still he suit with interest. Lord S;laftesbeer and Lady Edith Ashley, who have leen laying fur the last month at Castle Wemyss, with Mr and Mrs. John Burns, are now on a visit

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

7 Mar 1913

and he succeeded in killing the • animal. Lady Denman, whose husband is Goverl was taking a walk near Grosvenornor-General of the Commonwealth, is a (square at about 11.40 p.m., said Mr. daughter of Lord and Lady Cowdray , and Graves, when a strange -

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

10 Jul 1875

owner was bidding with the connivance of his father, for the purpose of enhancing the value of the estate. Judge Flanagan, having warned the owner, a Mr. Davies, that he was violating the act of parliament, and his caution not being heeded, immediately stopped

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

23 Jan 1858

Watson, Esq., M.'U.C. Mrs. Walton, Full Dreu. Captain Carr. Uniform King’s Owu. Captain Grimstone, ditto. E. O. Balt, Esq.. Prince Albert’s 13th Light Infantry. Mrs. Batt, Fancy Drat, )9th century. Mr. D. Thomas, kn., Pall Oran. Mr. James HilU Oriental

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South Wales Gazette

South Wales Gazette Monmouthshire, Wales

18 Mar 1921

and Mr. t that there was a want of feeling towards. Mr. Brett Device pointed out that it Moven submitted there was nu prima facie the.unemployed in Abercaru. would be neceseary tee define the Birth and cam to viewer. The onus rested on Mr. I Mr. H. E

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

10 Nov 1877

the greatest portion being from me eastern, home grazing district. The lots Mr. W. Rees, Clifton Court, (ioldcliff; Mr. Joseph Waters and Mr. T. Waters, Moorbaru Farm, Nash and Mr. Parry, Lodge Farm, near Caerleon, were excellent quality, but a dull trade

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

20 Dec 1889

Mopped at the door to speak* Mr.Brownksg aid wy goodbye, remeridiem What a very earemodkary man Mr. Carlyle is t Does he always talk Km that ? I never met Km before ! and Mr. Brownlee was only able *same her that it was his invariable custom. (From

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