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Montgomeryshire Echo

Montgomeryshire Echo Montgomeryshire, Wales

9 Aug 1902

trifle . rcy McDonald, thirty, of Clapham-road, motor with the feelings of his father and sister. No. engineer, injured his back; and Alexander Ko.'s, But one thing can explain his non-appearance thirty-eight, of Lambeth-ruad, S.E., is suffering the family

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Montgomery County Times and Shropshire and Mid-Wales Advertiser

Montgomery County Times and Shropshire and Mid-Wales Advertiser Montgomeryshire, Wales

29 Jul 1893

by his special efforts, but by his ordinary doing. Every boy has an idea that if his father had lived at the right time lie could have thrashed Goliath. High things to each mind are the things above it. Let each put forth his hand for those on his own

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Montgomery County Times and Shropshire and Mid-Wales Advertiser

Montgomery County Times and Shropshire and Mid-Wales Advertiser Montgomeryshire, Wales

29 Jan 1898

Thomson, Mr R. Thomson, junr., Mrs and Miss Scotson and. Mr Roderick Dew (Caethro), Mr and Mrs Pollock, Mr and Miss Wylie, Mr Max- well, Selattyn Mr R. Baird (Oswestry), Mr John Knox, Mr T. Irving, Miss Read, Mr W. M. Ireland (Welshpool), View article

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Montgomeryshire Express

Montgomeryshire Express Montgomeryshire, Wales

21 Oct 1884

Liberalism that binds Wales and Mr - Gladstone together. It is not the brilliant, the nnivereal genius Mr. Gladstone in his splendid career, it is the elevation of his personal character, the width of his human sympathy, his devotion to duty and to justice

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Montgomeryshire Express

Montgomeryshire Express Montgomeryshire, Wales

21 May 1907

Rees, Barmouth; Charlie and Annie, Hay; Sister Mary. | Kington; Mr and Mrs P. Wilson-Jonea, Newtown; Mr. Mrs and Mies W. H. Lambert, Newtown; Misses Davies, Gas street. Newtown; Employees Jones Bros., Newtown.—A memorial semco was held on Sunday evening

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Montgomeryshire Echo

Montgomeryshire Echo Montgomeryshire, Wales

12 Nov 1904

before the Duke attained his majority, and it seemed to her guardian and his wife that it would be soon enough if the wedding were celebrated in the following autumn. Lord Wicklow, Anne’s father, had once signified his wish that his daughter should not martyr

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Montgomeryshire Echo

Montgomeryshire Echo Montgomeryshire, Wales

13 Sep 1902

Earl at Efireroont, and aoaceeded to his aatatea and immense wealth. Mr. Percy Wyndham, the fat]tor of the three bcautftut daughters pwhrtaj by Sargent, is uncle Lord Leoanfield. Major Anson, whose engagement to Lady Audrey Byder ia has bad moat diatingniabed

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Montgomeryshire Echo

Montgomeryshire Echo Montgomeryshire, Wales

9 May 1908

the Builth people. j TATTON LAIRD (22,850).' —Horse breeders in and around Bnilth Wells greatly appreciate the action of Mr Venables Llewelyn in introducing new blood Into the district by importing his famon* horse. Tattoo Laird is very stylish borne, and

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Montgomeryshire Echo

Montgomeryshire Echo Montgomeryshire, Wales

19 Dec 1903

Treres is be congratulated alike dn his good fortune in being able to retire at comparatively early the height of his popularity.and with full health and strength, and on his good sense in taking advantage of that ability. His retirement, however, says the

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Montgomeryshire Echo

Montgomeryshire Echo Montgomeryshire, Wales

1 Mar 1902

Viceregal Lodge last week, price of a piece of tapestry. He was told them being Lady Annesley, Lady Erne (several thousand pounds) price which was slid Jeody Mabel Crichton, ami Lady M. : not expected anyone would give, but at Brshoxon. the week the Duke and

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Montgomeryshire Echo

Montgomeryshire Echo Montgomeryshire, Wales

20 Mar 1897

When it u stated that Mr Oladatone still takes more than ordinary interest in politics, it veil to remember that stands almost alone among the great old men the world; few busy men, like has been all his reached the of 87. His nssrsst neighbour ia Fops

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Montgomeryshire Echo

Montgomeryshire Echo Montgomeryshire, Wales

13 Feb 1904

to tell the atory •-aad take the penalty awarded. , laird Helmaley, the bridegroom, la the grandaon and -heir the Earl Ferenham, whoae three daaghtem. Lady Helen Vincent, Lady Cynthia Grnfaaae, and Lady Ulrica Dnneombe, hare long borne the palm aa the loreliett

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Montgomeryshire Express

Montgomeryshire Express Montgomeryshire, Wales

23 Sep 1884

arrival of Sir Stafford Northcote in Edinburgh. When Mr. Gladstone entered that city the multitude awaiting his arrival was counted by tene of thousands. In order to maintain a passage*way for his carriage barricadea bad to be erected, and monnted police*

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Montgomeryshire Echo

Montgomeryshire Echo Montgomeryshire, Wales

5 Feb 1898

from his directorships but that was not all from the companies forming the Balfour group. He had also private income. He lived moderately, and would he surprised if his household and personal expenditure amounted to £3,000 a year. Be agreed that his leaving

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Montgomeryshire Echo

Montgomeryshire Echo Montgomeryshire, Wales

14 Jun 1902

bring over some of Urn foreign wrote several sonnets, but his devotion was on* Roysliica for Uie Cortaiation. requited; and life betrothed him- General Hir William Olplmrte, V.C., was a a young lady pupil, who, again, declined brave, very aide, ami soldier

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Montgomeryshire Express

Montgomeryshire Express Montgomeryshire, Wales

29 Oct 1895

to tea, pro- Tided by Mrs Stephens, LadyweU-street, assisted Mrs Pugh. The following ladies made tea: Miss J. Wallace, and Mias S. Davies, Misses Maggie and M. J. Edmunds, Mrs Andrew, and Min P. Thomas, Trow, and Min Watkins. Mr D. Lewis rendered able

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Montgomeryshire Echo

Montgomeryshire Echo Montgomeryshire, Wales

24 Nov 1900

pay damago>. for —»«time at Cobham, Bear Qrareand. Earl presence of living peneitel in tbs Uninr utiabru.s Mr. Rawlinaon, for the petitioner, •laird Darntor waa maasiad last year to lliaa Jawiaa el the and rabso. that the parties wen married juoe, 1889,

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Montgomeryshire Echo

Montgomeryshire Echo Montgomeryshire, Wales

14 Sep 1907

the Secretary—it will assist to prepare his agenda. The same thing applies to new local rules.” Any one having suggestion to make should do so as early possible so that can be considered in time. I wish the lady's roll could be increased so that arrangements

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Montgomery County Times and Shropshire and Mid-Wales Advertiser

Montgomery County Times and Shropshire and Mid-Wales Advertiser Montgomeryshire, Wales

24 Nov 1894

Court,. London, Mr. Newton granted the application for the extradi- tion of EugeneRabellot, on a warrant, charged with murdering a Spanish priest at Soho, London.. In consequence of the stiddeii death of Princess Claudine of Teck, sister to his Highness the

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Montgomeryshire Express

Montgomeryshire Express Montgomeryshire, Wales

5 Jan 1875

offered thmnselTes tor re-eleotom and thus wee that Mr. Holms was saaia returned tor Mr. Sheridan tor Dudley, lb. Browne tor Mayo, Lord Kensington tor Herertordwwt, Mr. oTm. Palmir tor North Durham, and Mr. Stewart for Wigton. Next to tho eleetioa petitions

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