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Newcastle Chronicle

Newcastle Chronicle Northumberland, England

3 Oct 1891

as follows : —The Mayor, escorting Mrs. Gladstone, Mr. Gladstone, behind whom , walked Mr. John Morley, and Dr. Spence Watson. Mr. H. Gladstone escorted Min Ellis. Mr. Guy Morley followed with Mrs. H. Gladstone and Lady Hayter; immediately behind them were

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Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Newcastle Evening Chronicle Northumberland, England

29 Apr 1964

(11rwnt to provide new Miners pick candidate ntiRMA M maim toda Mr .1 tuned i W ..A 'flan ti t ve RACING MAIM tabour MP tor North- West Durham He a Mr Rabat W aunties CARm a:r= .. the. S Mr Romer, *No e et Drive Mali Lane &AM* am bate' the Durham Area N

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

21 Sep 1915

summer for his holidays, with but two exceptions. Last summer was the first in which his familiar and kindlv figure was absent, and the cause of it Ava- illness his family. This year his own illness precluded the bug journey north, and hi> holidays were

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

11 Dec 1993

Going - Good (Goookto Soft Is his) a. PURITAII 10-9 Mrs RtimA(s) Event Mid to, 701. 103 3 ma, lion by 11. beating Hannan* Gip 104 Ids A Farrell 7-1, al Nov 13, Lades p.m) Hamm [1 199, 11 ran. 5-39.03. 8172 104 Ms P NNW 2.11, Aid upping 71S. 3 out. balwaan

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Newcastle Daily Chronicle

Newcastle Daily Chronicle Northumberland, England

20 Feb 1913

The Collapse hi Metals. COUNTY BOROUGH OF TTNEMOUTH.- LOANS —The Corporation Is to offers of loans of £lOO and upwards on mortgage of the rates and revenues of the county borocah. Honda are Prepared free of expense to tho iender.—lcterest paid ballriarl7

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Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Newcastle Evening Chronicle Northumberland, England

5 Sep 1987

18 EVENING CHRONIC:II. Setueday, September S. 1317 Cricket: k Trophy Nordursts • Notts 5.00 locoed Requests (VHF). lairds Radio A. who. Moepital As Metro. Part 1: 710 Shelves. 810 17. Part 2: Hoist. Rolfe 10. Soul a 4. 7.$ As 9.05 21st Century Blossoms

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Newcastle Chronicle

Newcastle Chronicle Northumberland, England

10 Nov 1900

late Mr. Taylor trot he rake of a family of pitmen, *hum dammed be gaged hack for nearly a omalury and a hal. Tie himself war • Co. of the late Mr. Jahn 'lariat. of Northumberland. and was born in 1817. He was named niter his oriels, the lie Mr. Hugh

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

3 Aug 1995

%weak has Named two strokes while on Mr Thornton suffered a small best thing that can happen is that need a naming licence The potions,. of Afars isOntaue, remand, was suflimiently well- to graze and bruise to his chest bone no more can be said and people

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

24 Jun 1913

times, styled Lord Mar. By this lady had Issue. His second wife the Lady Margaret Stewart, doughtcr King Robert the Second, whom had son, also Sir John. Like his father a distinguished soldier, though it- was foreign fields his valour was principally displayed

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

24 Dec 1940

on was made to Mr Gillieson for his duties interim moderator. Mr Laird spoke of t':e helpful assistance Mr Gillieson had given, and Mr Anderson in handing over the gift also referred to Gillieson’s service during the vacancy. H In his reply Gillieson

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Newcastle Daily Chronicle

Newcastle Daily Chronicle Northumberland, England

3 Nov 1904

Steele, Mr. T. J bon, Mr. J. MeGniness, Mr. W. Logan, Mr. P. , Norman, Mr. FAL Gilmour. Mr. M. McGinn. Mr. It. Sisterson, Mr. J. Davidson. Mr. John Mo, ria, ;Mr. P. Currigan (Stationmaster, Felling) Mr. `Michael Murray, Mr.

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Illustrated Berwick Journal

Illustrated Berwick Journal Northumberland, England

24 Apr 1863

Closed on the first Tuesday in April. Mr. Jackson’s ch c Veterinarian. Mr. Jackson's f Miss Little. Mr. W Owen’s b c Glasgow. Mr. H. Owen’s b f Persuasion. Mr. Whittaker’s br c Pixie. Mr. J. Gray (ns) br c Eagle's Wing. Mr. J. Holt's bl f Uawdale. Marquis

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Blyth News

Blyth News Northumberland, England

6 Jun 1935

elected:— President, Mr J. T. Thompson (Hartford Hall); senior vice-president, Captain A. Laird M.C.; chairman. Mr H. Clark; vicechairman, Mr J. L. Ward; secretary, Mr A. J. Barker, 34 Sidney Street. Blyth; assistant secretary, Mr R. Rhodes; treasurer

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Blyth News

Blyth News Northumberland, England

24 Jun 1902

that two of the retiring 'members, Mr Coultas and Mr W.G. Nicholson, had voluutarily decided against seeking re•election. Apparently they hare had their fill of the honour and glory of Burial Board distinctions. Mr Auguste Mum. the present chairman of

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The Berwick Advertiser

The Berwick Advertiser Northumberland, England

9 Jan 1830

Countess of Meath, and laird Brabaaon, laird and IdAy Dunsatiy, Lord and Lady Bingham, Lord and Lady Killeen, laird and Lady Musketry, laird and Lady E. Chichester, Lsd.v C. Latouche, Earl of Howth, Lady Clanricarde, Lady Greville, Ac. Mr. Cobhett in bis last

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

20 Jun 1905

conclude —'the shepherd curds, His cold thin drink out his leather His wonted sleep under a fresh tree s snade All which secure and sweetly enjoys. Is far beyond a prince’s delicates. His viands sparkling a golden cup, His body couched on a curious bed

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Illustrated Berwick Journal

Illustrated Berwick Journal Northumberland, England

1 May 1863

the purpose of convening his timbeftout of hi* plantation ; and for this privilege he pays an infinitely small acknowledgment. That ne may avail himself to the full of his wayleave, Mr. Burrell ipu opened several gaps in his part of the fence, which remain

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

5 Aug 1924

Countess of Home, Lady Bridget and Lady Rachel Douglas-Home, Hon. Henry and Hon. Wm.Douglas-Horne,Lady Gillford> Lord Home’s sister), and her daughter, Hon. Theodosia Meade, Hon. Hew Dulrymple, Mr Claude Ralston Glamis. Mr Wood, in wishing his Lordship prosperity

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

11 Jun 1907

delight in asking Mr Lead better to formally open the Saie. He thought he might be permitted to say that since they had last met in that School sale of work —although he had mandate from him for saying it—Mr Leadbetter had become laird of a very historic

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

10 Dec 1912

MacFarlane Song Mr Armour Violin Solo Mr Richardson Comic Song —“Marble Halls,” Mr Brunton Sjieech Mr Claj’ Song Jctin,” Mr Jackson Recitation Something in the English/’ Sergt. Stevenson Trio—“We’re No Sae Fu’,” Sergts. Small and Murray. Mr Brunton. Larboard

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