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Blyth News

Blyth News Northumberland, England

4 May 1944

Soldier's A.T.S. Bride.—Driver C. P. J. Adams, R.E., son of Mr and Mrs S. Adams, of Tackley : Oxford, with his bride, Private Elsie L. Laird, A.T.S., daughter of Mrs E. Laird and the late Mr A. Laird , of 32 Perc y Street, Blyth, after their marriage at St

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Blyth News

Blyth News Northumberland, England

23 Nov 1944

1 DISMISSED I they had in Mr Hyde a District and attracted numerous visitors press his thanks to all sections of Civil Defence for !Controller who, pecause of the THE Choppington Collieries' at D. shaft was used longer' Mr R. Wakefield, parks iteir services

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Blyth News

Blyth News Northumberland, England

23 May 1874

been in attendance, watched her anxiously ; Mrs. Forbes never left the bedside. Mr. Macdonald was moody and abstracted, neglected his guns and hounds, and lounged uneasily about the rooms adjoining his wife's. His genuine sorrow was very touching, and the

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

27 Sep 1955

rinks of lady members of Stow Club and proved a successful combination, winning by 20 shots. The Saturday evening competition resulted: Miss C. Pringle and W. Hope. In the final of the ladies’ pairs competition. Mrs Howey and Mrs Smith beat Mrs Yule and

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Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette

Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette Northumberland, England

21 Nov 1826

thellth inst. in his 80th yvar, Jonathan esq. banker, deeply lamented. Un the «th irat. Mrs Jane Robinson, aged 80, wife of Mr Wm Robinson, of Minctoneret, scbool-msstet. At JUntL HUI, near Bsllinghtm v the Uth inst. aged 78 deeply regretted, Mr John Dixon

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Shields Daily News

Shields Daily News Northumberland, England

29 Feb 1924

Sharky. The man offered his perturbed visitor cigarette, which was refused negative shake the head. “That is so,” returned Mr Sbarky, lookng impatiently his watch. “Of course, knew all about the laird’s affairs, for had charge of his estate during : s absence

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Newcastle Chronicle

Newcastle Chronicle Northumberland, England

31 Jan 1891

and laird Lieutenant of Ireland, is oleo backed by Mr. Catnpbell•L'annermnan, Mr. J. Morley. Mir It. Davey, and Mr. Asquith. An official whip will be bent out for the debate by Mr. Arnold Morley, and, in the ei tint of a division, Mr. Morley and Mr. M

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The Berwick Advertiser

The Berwick Advertiser Northumberland, England

7 Jan 1910

Bober n. Mackay. Mr A. Dgrtiog. Mr J. Prentice. Mr j. E. Carr. Mr E. WUloby. Mr Carter, jun.: Mr Hayward Home. Fraaer, Mr Stiles. Mr J. Partison Mr O. A. Harrison., W. J. Holam. Mr J. Gregg, Mr W. Oowe, Mr I). Donaldson,

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

2 Feb 1904

n sent Mr Wm. Robertson, Hon. President of the Association, and Mrs Robertson; Mr and Mrs MacDougall; Mr and Mrs Blackie; Mr and Mrs Lamberton; Mr and Mrs White; Mr and Mrs Joseph White; Miss Lamberton: View article

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Blyth News

Blyth News Northumberland, England

19 Jun 1947

Re- Quayside, Blyth.l Road, N. of Mr and Mrs A. missed et Coxiodge. to W inifred his leei i -- -. AX.U. Will mem Camp. Filey. Waitresses. Kitchen OOK For Sale. Forever Amber, -- Mrs shops.lailn Hotel. daughter of Mr Thomas note _next be Assistants. Chalet

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

19 Nov 1912

Family, Mrs D. D. F. Macdonald at the piano. Solo—“ Home dearie Home,’’ Miss Buick, Duns. Solo—“ Valley of Laughter,’’ Miss Sinclair Recitation —“The School Examination,” Mr Mein. Solo—“ There’s Land,” Miss Horne At this stage Mr Brown said Lady Low would

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

16 Dec 1919

G. Cavers Mrs Wm. Cavers. Mrs D. Mrs Black T. McDonald'* 4, Mrs Monro and Zealand and was eve witness the destruc- Lancing commenced with Triumph at p.m., wing was built the west ride in 1859; but T - Gowe, Mr? J. Dawson. Mrs T. McLeish. Mrs « MoDougal

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Blyth News

Blyth News Northumberland, England

4 Apr 1899

very severe loss by the retirement from his service of Said Maclean, the Scottish laird, who for so many years has been Commander-in-Chief of his army, and who, in spite of Oriental intrigues, has retained his under three successive Sultans. The kaid

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Newcastle Daily Chronicle

Newcastle Daily Chronicle Northumberland, England

7 Jul 1910

MR. BALFOUR INDISPOSED. Mr. Balfour, who is confined to I ed with • severe cold; will not be present at the meeting of the Women's Tariff Reform League at the Queen's lien to-day, his place being taken by Mr. Andes Ohamberlain. WOMAN'S DEATH FROM SHOCK

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

4 Nov 1913

of men like Mr D. Y. Cameron, Mr Lawton Wingate, and Mr Cadeuhead; but to those whose eyes are sensitive to beauty, who have the insight able to take Nature as an intimate friend, and who rejoice in free design and dignified expression Mr Hamilton must

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Alnwick Mercury

Alnwick Mercury Northumberland, England

1 Jan 1857

to her husband on his return from a tempoj rary absence. His joy was unbounded, and happiness was in the household. But ugly whispers ran round among the lynxeyed ladies of the neighbourhood, and were sorely corroborated • I to the lady's spouse by an

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Blyth News

Blyth News Northumberland, England

17 Jul 1880

wife of Mr. Thomas d of a Colliery, 11th the wee Mr. Comb, a daughter. Colliery. 11th tail. , wife of Mr. Coloia, a New Mimi, 12th hut.. the wife Hr. d a 12th last., the wife of Mr. Duna, a MA RMIAGIL At &mite Church. 12th IL, the kw. Thar. Mr. Retort

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Blyth News

Blyth News Northumberland, England

27 Jan 1883

preosedings were marked by great enthusiasm. Mr. Fraser occupied the chair. A resolution arming the advisability of the extension of the electorate was moved by Mr. John Brim's, and *scowled by Mr. Win. Stoker. Mr. J. G. was then called upon to support the

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Shields Daily News

Shields Daily News Northumberland, England

4 Nov 1947

a.m. a normal service was restored. At a private dinner, given in Mr Winant's honour at the Mansion House. London. at the time of his retirement last year Mr Churchill paid tribute to Mr Winant's personal character. He was, he said, a man always ready

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

24 May 1777

the forgery which he wax convidkcd lad f Son, V **° font thereabout!, Capt. «ht Rev. Mr Boiler. Dr Cogxn, Mr Boekdoue, Mr Hxt- wWSBW . l,^ aaMr ben ham, and Mr Hawei, the onfor- . lunate divine to tbe door of the dock, from whence he f* 1

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