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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

30 Jan 1903

was itted for seven o'clock. and for some time previously Mr. Orders was receiving his guests, as T'resideut, in the reception room. Mr. Balfour. on his arrival rtith Sir Joseph Lawrence and Mr. S. D. Williams, was most cordially received, and a number

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

6 Mar 1891

time that elapsed between and his ddings. There were occasions hen, seated on papa's bee—the first intensity of his sorrow passed away, and some years in all probability lied—his long thin hand stroking my early head, his low quiet voice talking to me

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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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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

21 Jun 1895

vaeu mean, Mr. Ogilvie? said Jess, old man with short side-whiskers, who held a . The lady in nocuPation —wh° Wa s •hammer in his hand. a simmer tenant—appearet I to recognise rather midh rg up. quay the other 'Perhaps, said the young laird, with • dry

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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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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

7 Jun 1873

Margetta, when it transpired that the deceased vent to his servant's lodge, and asked for: his gun, loaded it, and promedcd to the garden. Thai servant hearing a pecu li ar noise went out and found Mr. Coote sitting in an outhouse against the wall. and the

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

3 Apr 1891

CRAW:MR.—ft is related that I after Sir B. Gillespie fell at the storming of Kalunge, his favourite black charger, bred at the Cape of Good Hope and taken by him to India, was, ' it the sale of his effects, competed for by several officers of his division

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

18 Jun 1886

the corre. Gnats were crawling in and out of his ears and nose. His mouth and nostrils were 'filled with gnats. Swarms of gnats had settled in his wideetretched eyes and were feeding on the sightless orb,. His clothing was filled with gnats, and • halo

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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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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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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

8 Sep 1855

FARMER.—A laird or lord of a large estate in the west of Scotland, for it won't do to be particular, having outlived his income, went. , as all such do, abroad to redeem himself. He, however, left the gamekeeper, and the game on his estate for his , wages

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

15 Sep 1893

with his men, destroyed all imin's Nubian follower& These were, it is stated, afterwards cooked and eaten, but in a letter the writer has just received from J. R. Pardy, another Stanley, who is forging ahead with his new expedition, he warns his English

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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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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

17 Oct 1868

—Little Wonder— Golletta, beat Mr. Daniels's r or f d Lady Grace—Mrs Clown —Lady Fanny. Mr. J. Hughes's bd & w d Hydraulic (late Pace)—Pateat —Rival Cbarmv beat Mr. C. J. Chesshyre's r b Blustering Railor—Simple Susan. Mr. Yoraties be ii Young Blue--Little

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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 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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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

25 May 1861

set upon the land by Sir Caarles's agents, hut his Grace did not personally negotiate for the land —it was done through his solicitor, Mr. Hooper; and I perfectly remember its being reported to me that Mr. Hooper had suggested that the plies ought to be

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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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