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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

26 Feb 1887

MR. CHAMBERLAIN. The followlug lain sneeze in tcadare Deily New ' Ohaanberiabs, la his sedate fa the Baptist. whisk you publish to-day. says that If the Welsh eonetituades intended to r their approval of Mr. Gladstone's Irish palsy ' the. they have

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

3 Jun 1898

noticed entering the Abbay ware Lady Spencer ana Mr*. Robert Spencer Sooa after there cam* <*•.- Uat-hment jf Eton tbew grey uatlins* with light Nua facing*. and immediately jJu-r tan bad taken their place* round the gateway the Mr* unnd She waa received, she

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

31 Jul 1884

(Cheers )—Mr. J. A. Pietoa alma spoke, araiar that the Lora, 'amid sot be alto to veto the Franchise Bill twice.—Mr. Niews rethat a resolution in favors of the abolition of the ouse of Lords bad not been prepowd.-4.fter some remarks from Mr. Robertson

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

24 Sep 1883

MR. KONOW'R CANDIDATURE. Sir —I see Mr. Hollow, with his uanal German pm. elivities, hat hstroduced himself to the West Ward electors as Mr. Charles Honow. Now it so happens that name is not Charles but Carl ; consequently, I take it he is imperfectly

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

27 May 1897

Prepared try Mr. 1. end by Mr. F. , den the kr the 4 nuts ter NM Ember ed moons be* die dime end by Mr. hod. by Mr. L t d L 7 angel the Sports Cose midst ke the sports. wed ter frowerlis hod the Oared Fund. to this by Mr. ft seconded by Mr. 0. as peel

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

10 Jul 1897

arestiag William Thomas, one of the patients —Mr Duke eppenred for re —This cue WWI jounned from the morsing.—Mr. J. F. Slope wbu Wd the informaira aura the Murat. robed that the case should he sous whammed. u Mr. Beebe, au retracted for the prosecution.

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Peterborough Standard

Peterborough Standard Northamptonshire, England

28 Dec 1895

kaoa ea la pada al Mem Word Mr boo* St rip lobo ad '• vaholalo I mks& - Mr Um ma bribe oar 10mM. This .v II twang BM dr nsn's as dews d mar pads( his lobos ay Ma Mr jordimy Is modem isadS OM Ispit do - A ihoti tellph his - shim* and laved. to toomedeelee

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Peterborough Standard

Peterborough Standard Northamptonshire, England

28 Apr 1900

DEATH OF THE OF ARGYLL. _ FATHER OF LADY MARY GLYN. _ The Duke of Argyll died on Tuesday morning at Inverary Gloria His had had • disringuislied Be was born on April filris._ INS, and sacceeded his father Is VP. Ns was thrice married. In 1844 he werided

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Peterborough Standard

Peterborough Standard Northamptonshire, England

18 Dec 1931

Wright, Mrs. Gutteridge, Miss M. Tot , ls, Mr, Rouen, Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Batten, and Mrs. Kettle, usisted by Mr. Werner.

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Peterborough Standard

Peterborough Standard Northamptonshire, England

18 Dec 1909

their already heavilyweighted ehoulders. Mr. Oiadetune, whim he introduced his Budget, said lie always tried to make the rich the richer and the moor lea poor. they mean to toll him that who had had phetoemehe of Mr. wadtone hanging on their wells for

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

4 Apr 1868

testier, Esq., A. Peyton, Esq., Henry Fitzroy, Mr.'fjf Watts, Esq., Henry Savile, Esq., Mr. John Stanley, the re - > Mr. Christie, Mr. Duncan, Mr. Chaplin, &c, &c. ; ^eel* 8 a numerous company of ladies. Sport comthis s Punctually at one o'clock with

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

19 Jul 1907

Orlebar, Colonel and Mrs. Josselyn, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Attenborough, Mr. W. H. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fitzpatrick, Mr. H. Green, J.P., and other ladies and gentlemen. After the loyal toasts hod been observed. Lord Ampthili proposed Success to the Bedfordshire

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

26 Nov 1870

dToKrealed his lead, and ultimately won in a banter by twenty lengths. Finesse pulled up lame a long way in the Handicap Mr. G. Payne's Oro, 6st (T Osborne) Mr. G. Hilton's Edward, 05t• Mr. 0. Head's Kobert Bruce sfc 121b 3 Mr. J. Foy's Locust

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

25 May 1923

worthy tvinner of Shire Horse Society’s gold modal I.ancofield Water Lily, brought out . this year’s senior steward, Mr. J, K* fa Mr. Lady’s animals have stood rese, .- s, gold medal some three or four ti and. singularly enough, it has com 6 him liis own

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

21 Aug 1869

roarl v- cla imants-Mr. Casson and his wife, 3, CornwallcrescentCt^fa Ct^fa Par '' and - Le ader and his wife, Rydoninquirv«JUetkynwell, Uetk actually appeared in the court of Teny aotT i eh , Mr - E - T - Smith presided as judge, Mr. advocate for ♦' -

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

23 Sep 1910

Lilieraliem «r Nonconformity in Northamptonshire of brilliant advocate. Mr. Frank Briggs is engaged in journalism in and held in high regard alike for his and his admirable personal qualities. His wife has a large circle of friends in Northampton, and district

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

6 Oct 1883

gentlemen appointed the committee for the ensuing year, viz., Councillor Adkins, Mr. Bunting, Mr. H. Moobs, Mr. J. Osborne, Capt. Liebenrood, Mr. P. P. Perry, Mr. P. Phipps, M.P., and Mr. H. Wooding.—Rev. T. Arnold seconded the motion, and in doing so said he

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

18 Jan 1907

Mr. and Mrs. P. Farrar and Mr. T. Farrar, Canon and Mrs. Hughes and the Misses Hughes, Mr. and Mrs, Fraser, Captain and Mrs. Wyatt, Colonel and Mrs. C. S. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Pagett, View article

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Peterborough Advertiser

Peterborough Advertiser Northamptonshire, England

9 Aug 1873

ernabed. Accident to Mb. Laird, U.P.—On Saturday evening laet an accident happened to Mr. Laird, M, P. wae riding with one of his daughter*, and going down towards Turnpike bis aoree eiutabled, fell its koeea and head, and Mr. Laird was thrown oft was good

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

15 Jun 1889

B. Rice, Mr. Chapman. Mr. Penny. Mr. Laird, Mr. Hitchcock, Mr. Burslem, Mr. Thomas, and Mr. Stapley Earlestown: Mr. Barcroft. Mr. Biair, Mr. Smith, Mr. Graham, Mr. Bllison, Mi. Mills, View article

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