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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

22 Feb 1883

Born Comet beat Plutarch Grand Daewoo beat Soubrette Hotspur beat Clyde Rocket Vendetta best Hopeful Lady Maggie beat Opel Witiebery beat Markham Laird beat Mare Antony Edwina Batts beet Seraglio Hector beat Conrtoisie Athos beat Poems' Away Little Sister

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Peterborough Advertiser

Peterborough Advertiser Northamptonshire, England

4 Mar 1876

to marked hy of courtly incidental to return *if his Koyal Highness from his Indi.m tour, and which aro expected b.« held soon after the conclusion of the tjuaeu's .isn (b-rmsny. The vf.n's New Title. Mr. Disraeli's hill ■‘to enable her most gracious Majesty

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

18 Sep 1869

Stakes. Mr. W. Cowen's White Slave, 2 vrs, ost lllb (Hunt) 1 Mr. W. Day's Castle Hill, 3 vrs, Bst 31b (T. Cannon) 2 „ T , , , , The Filly Stakes. Mr. Lyndon sch f Frivolity, Sst 10lb (French) 1 Mr. Launde sb f Agility, Sst 101b 2 Mr. G. Jones's

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

8 Jun 1861

the table, when Washington stepped forward, laid his hand upon the board, closed his eyes, and reverently asked a blessing, tbeir father having meanwhile raised his hat from his head. ' And there,' said Mrs. Williams, pointing to a small oval table near

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

2 Jan 1903

which, however, is tempered a good deal the knowledge that it is one of Mr. Jackson's present partners, Mr. H. R. Shnrman, son of his predecessor, who is taking up the clerkship. Mr. Jackson's experienced advice and help will thus still be at the service

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

12 Mar 1842

at Mr Ellis' house, and played to the wonder of all the auditory, and'exercising his finger and instrument several ways, to the utmost of his power. Wilson, thereupon, the public professor, the greatest judge of music that ever was, did after his humoursome

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

27 Apr 1885

Pessimalar Ware. Wu. limmumr, 111.8.8.8. A. Jessie Deem and the Laird o' subjs.& shoals is when the Laird is 'bowleg Jessie his lawman and telling her that if she likes he will make her his lady before the sue ma, sad she shall ride to Lenses aim wash.—The

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

28 Apr 1885

. Wm. Baomir, 11.11.8.H.A. • WILL — Jenne Dar and the Laird o' Dinbisdais.—TM silent ahem is whoa the Laird is showing Jamie his Meese aid telling her that if she likes he will mks her his lady Wen the as sets, sad she shall ride to Leases aim sash

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

26 Nov 1906

front of the • UM of Mr. .1. S. of Northwopto.t. • loofah the other Mr. rardit. v.:sere he tolinl that Mr. .1. E. AiLint.. the oell.noowu had arranged to play tuealp aimuttonewto moots with Cardiff Hue board. toraot. awl Mr. Ortoves nerepted an intita

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

15 Jul 1909

and by the latest recruit, Mr Hertaert Samuel. The rest of the Cabinet sesame to retain the Lnoha of youth by the eleasoshaven taco; and three include Mr. Asquith, Laird Loreburn, Sir Edward Grey, Lunt Eloriey, Mr. 3111Cenna, Mr. Churchill, and Hr. At the

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

9 Oct 1869

(Killick) 1 Mr. J. Saxon's Cruiskeen, 6st 71b (Barnard) 2 Mr. J. Clay's Gladness, 6st 71b (Jeffery) 3 F by Lacydes, dam by lago—Mannifer, Lady Macbeth, Agate, Cauldron, and Lady Forbes also ran. The Bedfordshire Stakes. Mr. J. Nightingall's

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

7 Jun 1884

especially for this occasion by Mr. Louis Warner, and arranged Mr. J Hiney, was performed the combined bands under Hiney.' The heavens are telling (chorus) was also played. A balloon ascent Mr. H. Yonens was arranged, and Mr. H. Maufield accepted an invitation

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

18 May 1914

let MI mi. Mr. Laid. i. J:n Almond mispectsid?' Yes. I behove on Idly net win his also? b I deal km wllms. Ile dear aW b 0 ie lag la. wit Haw gary.but 1 deaf when. ikat crag .t 4:t ilWrardh Crow. - I amid very my eyes Illed apos his: He aothiog to

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Peterborough Standard

Peterborough Standard Northamptonshire, England

27 Oct 1922

11111•IP SIR ARCMBALD WEIGALL & PRIMROSE LEAGUE. la'erestiag Views of Former Agent to Mr. Lenard Brassey, ALP. coriespondence has passed Sir Archibald Weigall and Lady Emmeline 11. if. Raker. Ruling Councillor of the Landau, tt'ity of Lincoln) Habitation

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

12 Nov 1881

hostess, Mrs. E. Warren. The chair was occupied by Mr. T. Laird, and the vice-chair by Mr. W. Berridge. Some capital songs were given by the following gentlemen: —Mr. Love, Mr. H. Freeman, jun., G. Warren, Mr. J. Atkinson, Mr. A. E. Resnmett Mr. T. Laird

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

18 Aug 1911

services at Kettering. The Earl of Effiugham completed hi* tear Tuesday, having been born August lent His lordship, who succeeiled his fat her in’ 18* is unmarried, the heir being his coujin. Mr. Gordon Frederick Howard. In the earldom merged the barony

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

15 Apr 1914

etc., etc. PRINCIPAL Edda , ' Laird: Caveagolitaa sad Inas of world. who tells the atary. Linea Ashcroft: •• attractive bet ay. tenor lady Aiwa the tram. =ekes as ary requaait, Gag (has admits she i. es adteataresa Laird =sp=ot= to the daughter • litaunctur

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

31 Dec 1903

H Mrs. Drummond with Mr. A. latud ft. Searle Iliad gard.n.,), Mi. Elsie Graham Mr. Ferrara& teal. butler), Marjorie Graham with Mr. Ra n i.. Mr Von-der-Oolds with Mr. Ginger (imam al the chamberei, Sir Hoary Graham with Mrs. w oe , (cook), Mr. A. Grebe=

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Northants Evening Telegraph

Northants Evening Telegraph Northamptonshire, England

28 Apr 1904

Sir Horace Plunkeit, P.C . K.C V.O ). the Secretary of the Department (Mr. T. P C.illi, the of the Board Work* (Mr. George C. V Holmes, C.V.O. ; Mr A. Ntephcnaon. M.V.O. ; and Mr. Phrlro Hanson) and Dean of Faculty the Rovai College cs (Professor N. (Hartley

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

29 Sep 1931

doe his ■lraady o/ rktories. Pas k. The latter provided iiiroth:r winner for W. Nevett. Odds of 11 to 4 had to be so Brampton'. TRIAL (MILLING rums 4.4 furbings, of /101 ears. It raa. PACIIALIK (Mr. J. Phillips), 64112 R. PERRTIIAN I ELIXIR (Lady C..Orrea)

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