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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

30 Jul 1929

Prince Purachatra from Siam photographed with officials during his visit to Messrs. Cammell Laird's factory in Nottingham yesterday. PRINCE OF SIAM IN NOTTINGHAM. Films Scenes at Cammell Laird’s Works. Prince Purachatra, of Ham Beng Bejra, who is the Minister

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

30 Oct 1905

Ladle .. CooMnmitr 10 Mr 0 Flattery . 7 Mr P«r« OooaekeepCT .. Ooevell 7 W FUMppe** Prtty » WUUker'a 10 7 Mr W'Rafm Arabian King Pr.witr. Mr H Bennoonß* .Prirate 10 7 WUatm*« Mrs .. .. Owner 10 Mr A Binkley, Jon.'e, OokMeld, la 6 U 0 Mr A Gorbun** BAram 11

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

21 Aug 1874

ALEXANDRA. PARK STAKES.— Thursday. Welter Handicap. Mr T Stevens’s St Patrick, 3yrs, I2st 41b (in 71b ox) A Yates w.o. A Maiden Plate. Mr T Brown’s My Lady, Sst 9!b Webb 1 Mr T Narburgh’s Mechanic, 121 b Archer 2 Mr B Elhm’s Bad Lot, Sst 121 b Constable 3 Dndaim

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Nottinghamshire Guardian

Nottinghamshire Guardian Nottinghamshire, England

5 Feb 1875

son, M/Will_-_ Lair-^ the testator ha. bequeathed all his 'real and W hold estates in Birkenhead and elsewhere in pk_lv.- To Mr. Macgregor Laird, Mr. Joh_ L___ ?? H. Laird, and Mr. Egerton Knox Laird 'thef_ i_TT qneathed the sum of £20,000 ea=h As to the

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

5 Jun 1947

tournaments were: Mr. Stanley Clarke and Mr. C. Hardstaff (snooker t. Mr. Frank Noble and Mr O. Hardstaff (billiards*. Mr. E. Philpott and Mr. A. Machln (darts >. Mr. E. Machln and Mr. C. Hardstafl (domlnoesj, Mr. C. Hardstaff and Mr. H. Wilson (crlbbaget

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

30 Dec 1921

their visit he put his wrists out for the handcuffs and aaid: Ths colonel has stoutly refused to give any regarding his history or identity, bnt the police are certain that his aged mother •who has a boarding-house Doncaster, and that his father, who dead

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

28 Sep 1935

Riverholme, 8, 11-12 Mr. A. Xarsh 0 Mr. R. Renton's Fast Dye, 3, 11-3 Mr. R. Renton 0 Mr. R. Dand's Black Arch, 6, 10-10 Mr. R. Dand 0 (Off 2-33. Winner trained W. Carr, Bromley Cross, Bolton.) 9 4 Tern Hill, 5 to 2 Monsieur Madre, 11 2 Fast Dye,

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

27 Jul 1925

Chitholme, 2 A Barton. 80 yarda skipping race (ladies): £ Morrell, 2 F Page. 80 yarda 3-legged race. Biddle and W Smith: 3 X Lambert and M Staton Needle-threading (2 ladies to inter): Mias Morrell and Miss Baker. 3 Mrs. Morrell tod Mia* Mirkham. yards slow bicycle

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

11 Jul 1936

agreed that representation should be made for further reductions In telephone rentals. MR. J. BR( Farming World’s Tributes to Lines. N.F.U. Founder. The funeral of Mr. Joseph Brocklebank, of Carlton-le-Moorland, near Lincoln, founder of the Lincolnshire

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

24 Jun 1939

THE 13th LAIRD Death Of Sir Robert Gilmour Sir Robert Gordon Gilmour died to-day at his home at Liberton, near Edinburgh. Sir Robert, who was born in February, 1857, had a long and distinguished career in the army. He assumed the name of Gilmour in 1887

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

16 Aug 1932

live on his marriage the widow. Mrs. Clarke, and where spent much time fishing for pike when he was not riding his Arab horse overthe heaths and through the lanes in the vicinity his cottage. Off and on Borrow lived on Oulton Broad years after his roamings

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

30 Jun 1827

FOR YOUNG LADIES. MRS. and MISS GARDINER's 40ARDING SCHOOL will re-commence on Tuesday, July 31st, by Mrs. Gardiser An Easy English Grammar. 'laird Edition. Au Easy French Grammar. Sold by Mr. Drory, Bookseller, Post Office, Lincoln; and Mr. ThorniU and

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Nottinghamshire Guardian

Nottinghamshire Guardian Nottinghamshire, England

12 Aug 1847

could add his i. i.na-ov to that of Mr. Fraxer, that their new representative rt,rv way worthy of the compliment paid to him. „, -.. Mr. Tra* then eloquently adverted to the career of l-ii Mr. Walter; his feelings however, to overcame him. / hi- voice times

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

2 Apr 1931

with hit prtvlgutly inientlon Mr. Ntvlllt Chtm Mk noKfleil Mr. Mlitwio, tuuto. «f -'dislr* Die cheirmnnship of Jtm Purler lie tempr-rprlly i«»t tee Mr. nel'lwtr. Id Um metnttm. Ml ebnut for anrcrmor. imrtntt ID* nlnii* pen d Mr. finvlll* Chamber km hit lima

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

21 Mar 1930

castle close by. Here will Me far remoto from civilisation. His grave will the side that of his mother Lady Blanche Balfour, and his brother Colonel Eustace James Anthony Balfour. will be taken his last resting- place on old farm cart drawn by farm horses

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

13 Oct 1922

Eullock Mr Fiwr'a WITTY. 7J T Wr*tMr fternunn’. CURENDOS 712.. W Lirtfr Mrs S D Onuiy. 8-6 Bi-nrr 0 IXike Westmirster’a Atirntal. .. Carslilr 0 Mr Aina worth’s lowood, 80 S Ttonorhne Mr A Eo*«rtord, C Hulm* laird Glaitfh’a Ctn*]arlc. 84 A Mr Struiar’a

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

7 Mar 1866

Viscount and Viscountess Sydney, Lord and Lady Stanley of Alderley, the Hon. Mrs. F. Stonor, the Hon. Frederick Byng, General Sir William and Lady Codrington, Sir Augustus and Lady Paget, Mr. L. Oliphant, Mr. J. Bose, Colonel Tyrwhitt attendance H.R.H

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Mansfield Reporter

Mansfield Reporter Nottinghamshire, England

5 Sep 1890

shall not take you far, and my father, Mr. Maxwell—Mr, be Bracy, 1 mean,' and she seemed in some confusion as she varied the names, ' will add his grateful theuks to mine for rescuing from those wretches.' 'Mr. Maxwell,' exclaimed I ; 'surely accident

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

8 Sep 1904

5 9 O OBMr*U’a IVAataa*# Mr A B«tihu4 w—.jr Mr V Biacvr't ..A Tarlor T C ■*»'**• Lo««d. V fc*Mla«tn AT* Mr Mtrmtm Omwm 4 T A Mr Wood * CMim W«Ma« * • Mr C Bw*oni FA** air U>n*jaoT . D»rk*a« a Mr HmaT* a A r Lanina 3 A U Mr C BfcAm-a CtepAor 3 A ll

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

13 Sep 1919

magistrates (Mr. G. Wigjgf and Mr. W. B. Baggaloy) at the Guildhall toda*. The prisoner, who pleaded guilty, was George fjedk. Warren, 21. described as an iron turner, of fixed abode. The evidence Elsie Key, 91. Chapel-street. Ilkeston, the lady in the'case

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