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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

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

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

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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Beeston Gazette and Echo

Beeston Gazette and Echo Nottinghamshire, England

6 Mar 1915

Kept His Baines' Moving. Herr Von Wagner lost no time in pressing his claims for love and marriage when he met the woman of his choice. She would demur regarding her trousseau, but Von Wagner would insist that he must }go on a business trip and could

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

21 Sep 1849

Execicamm.-Three doubk into his surgery on a stretcher. Witness examined him im - - - 1 - i - whTeb Mr. Page produced to prove his position, my expliuse- la Da. ( 22 the pee inhehlt „ ed i ere eeer 'y nadir/defy, and found a wound upon his body an inch and • Departure

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

24 May 1910

the energising efficacy of the Remedy of Kings, such gratitude for instance, as was just in time to save Mrs. Harris Irian bleak down and despair. Mrs. Harris was terrified by the slightest noise, her heart beating wildly, and the little sleep she obtained

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

5 May 1827

Nottingham, Mr. John Parker. Mansfield, Mr. kirbard Vinous I • • Mr. Jobs Mill Newark, Mr. T. staigo Leeds. Mr. Shaw Leicester. Mr. G. B. Hodges • orthoUerton, Mr. T. Stott Loughborough. Mr. C. Lacey Mr. Thomas Liuroto, M r.T. BP or Writs, Mr. John Sanders

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

14 Mar 1856

Jernivn, Lady Elizabeth Drummond, Lady Adeliza Norman, Lady Elizabeth Hervey, Lord Forester, the Rev. Frederick Norman, the Rev. Octavio' Norman, the Rev. P. Mules. Lieutenant Di ommond, Dr. Pomona, Mr. G. Norman, Mr. Drummond, Mr. Grant, Mr. Nesfield

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

29 Jan 1934

of Lady (George) Carter, widow of Sir Georwe Carter, K.B.E. Sir George Carter was for number of years the managing director of Messrs. Cammell, Laird and Company, Ltd., and was at one time president of the Shipbuilding Employers' Federation. Lady Carter

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

25 May 1849

The elainsents for the honour are Mr. Samuel Dickson, a large proprietor in the nounty of Limerick, and Mr. ThomasPlop - geraid, who dates his address from Iferrien Square, Dublin. Neither of thew gentlemen states what his political ?pinball ars, but it

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

3 Mar 1865

but Mr, Martin said the committee was quite prepared to grant them. As to Mr. Simpson’s remark about the hotel charges, did not know what he (Mr. Simpson) did when he went to London at the expense other people, but he could say for Mr. Lambert, Mr. Oldknow

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

23 Jan 1857

presided over by the following ladies:— Miss Gamble, Mrs. Gambill, Mrs. F. G. Smith, Mrs. Gauilile, Mrs. Plaakitt (2), the seared by Mrs. lieseltine, Mrs. Robin' son, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Oldman, Mrs. Farley, Mrs. C. Wore! ley, View article

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

11 Nov 1941

Court (Mr. Arthur Hayday and Mrs. E. F. Hyatt) for selling milk not of the substance demanded Mr. A F. Laird (prosecuting) said that Terry Bros., Bulwell, had a contract with defendants, who supplied them with milk. At the request of Terry Bros., Mr Percy

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

26 May 1931

PAST BTICE 6 Mr J Peek’s Seymour 4 8 7 BOW BaxleyS 8 5 8 Comdr K W LMke'a CAT J BnnuSS 4 9 Mr Levia GEANDBOVV.Banton 6 3 10 Mr» j LyaU'a BUBTLKB. LyaU4B 0 14 Mrs FULL MBASUBE Small wood 7 IS 15 Mr 1 Bndlav'a SIMOH WIND J Bnraa 715 16 Mr Sioapsoo’a CONDNDBDM

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

19 Jun 1936

Miss Horsbrugh and Lady Aster, were as vocal as the men. < At one period Mr. Ohuterede bent forward with his hand his mouth and shouted across the floor, but net a. word eeuld heard above the tumult - In Hie kest Perm. Only when Mr. Lloyd Georjrt followed

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

31 May 1934

CARESS (Mr. E. 'col.jJf 8 8 RED LAIRD (Mr B-Irving) 0 5 SWAN VESTAS (Mr. H. F. 9 THEOLINPIP (Sit L. P al te 8 8 2 * TRETTY OBVIOUS (Mr. S. V T 12 (IUIE CLOSER (Miss IC Cooper) Reacier 4 8 STAR BOUND (Mr. R. Park) Ronton 5 10 ROYAL COUNTESS (Mr. T. <;r

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

14 Oct 1937

2 7 VAINCU (Mr. Lang'ands) G. Langlands 8 811 8 OLD TIMES (Mr. R. W. Armstrong) R. Armstrong 4 8 5 9 DE LUXE (Mr. H. Crawlord) Davev 3 8 4 10 GLEN REE (Mr. W. Bargh) Bargh 6 8 0 12 LAIRDS HILL (Mrs. J N. Bovd) Bovd 4 8 0 13 FORELOCK (Mr. F. Honour)

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

2 Apr 1937

Nunburnbolme) H. 8 X (Mr. f. Reardon) Reardon 8 (Mr. H. T. Rich) R. Adams 8 11 s GPERL\ Ten|jENT BOUT (Mr- Smyth) H. Snivth 8 PAT STA 'i (Mr. Strong) F. 8 cV'.v (Mr- C. V. Tabor) Tabor 8 3 HAYH,,I, Mr - - Weeden) R. W. Colling 8 15 (Mr Welleglev ) Wellesley

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