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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

6 Jun 1890

criticism Mr. Matthews to the proposed London demonstration. “Mr. Matthews and Mr. Monro are helping the anticompensation movement their ilHudged obstruction. They are also

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

14 Sep 1944

t. Other officials present were Mr. R. A. Kidd (County Surveyor), Mr. E. Ashcroft (Deputy Director of Casualty Service). Mr W. A. Mlzen (County AR P. officer) Mr. C. G. Day (Deputy Director of Rescue Service), and Mr. E. Bakewell (County Training Officer)

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

28 Jan 1861

drawing his rev.dver. shot him through the head. His brigade, with the exception of few old Cacciatori for officers and non-com. missioned officers, is principally composed of Sicilians, who requite a light hand, and have certainly got it; for his sword

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

15 May 1922

oae-thM to wM' Mr maidens at ekMO Mr S Woottoa's ALLURE, to, 6-U. Swiiita Cspt Homfrsy'i OARLAM, if, AAl—JMiham Mr Oraaia's WHITE RONALD, a, 82 Hatcher Mr J Baylle’s A&mito, 4), 7A Pcrtyman Mr M Oalmun'a LoMta, ay, U. r Y Sir £ WwMOMtp V Mrs C Morris's

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

2 Nov 1870

KINGbBDHY RAGES.—V Mr GiLeoo'a Montrmcbct, by«^pdr»-j ll«t i t> Mr C R'ire*l‘Bl»od»llrr, 4tt», Min Polly. 3>r-. IP»t6U>T. Aetna. Kinitof ti.a K.wea, Lady pnoiirr al*o ran BrTTlsu : a 4 agat Von’rarhat, 1 tor two. Won lepgtto. Tb« WtI.TIH Mr Maraford't Bor

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

8 Feb 1862

creditors of Mr. Morrison. I know that after Morrison went New York, Mr. Whittaker had the management of his affairs. Mr. Whittaker bad some convex-nation with me on the subject. Mr. Welby objected to Mr. Heath examining the witness on this iwint, and Mr. Heath

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

2 Oct 1878

Darlaea’a Fa»etr Fair# Mr **• Ara Mar— Maple Mai* Keith) , , Mr Hall’a La*y Met*— , Mr Beefhlea’a Derothea , Lor* Bartleflea'aßt Ae*rew 7 Mr E Bobaea** , Mr T Tto a. , Mr C Kmow*! Mtoa Katth , Mr C Vyaer’a OWHUa , Mr Jeaw’a Skepy Bye , Mr Vyaet’a 8. s—Tbe Cotwice

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Beeston Gazette and Echo

Beeston Gazette and Echo Nottinghamshire, England

18 Jan 1936

appreciate it. Mr. T. H. Dove (son). Mr. and Mrs. F. Not Previously Convicted I would not have troubled to reply but Dove (son and daughter-in-law). Mr. and for the P.S. at the bottom of their letter Mrs. S. E. Dove (son and daughter-in-law). Mrs. Oldham had

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

16 Aug 1923

Ckot MONGOOW. Jy, ril.JVrryM < Mr K.nvon'r GEISHA GIRL. «v. ; OmlCaO.U'. MISSK. Jr. Cast A 8 Uon Antran;k, AT-- Mr* Inniiav'. Br<Mrs*tnvn. ». . H J«T ** Lord Lowdste'a •*. M 0 Mr Cowin'* ■•on, AT »A J ! Mt C Read'. Mr W Brown. Bnrbot*# *» Hiil O,’ *

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West Bridgford Advertiser

West Bridgford Advertiser Nottinghamshire, England

16 Dec 1916

W. & J. SIMONS, as Assiut Mr. R. KING. Dental Surgery. Arkwright Street. Nottingham. Dear ilir o4Wadain,—Having bad practical experience in all branches of the Profession for over 20 years with the late Mr. I. Clarke, 1, Low Pavement, I can the beet possible

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Beeston Gazette and Echo

Beeston Gazette and Echo Nottinghamshire, England

8 Mar 1919

were: Mr. G. J. Hansa (sae). Mrs. Wilkins. Miss Holroyd. Mrs. Jameson. Mrs. E. T. Callatline (daughters). Mr. D. floe. Mr. S. H. Johnson (grandsons). Mr. sad Mrs. Edwin Gordon. Mr. W. Webb. sad Mr. R. Savage (cousins). 'Penner Whelan of the late Mr. Holroyd

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

31 Mar 1926

weather, new* “Sane Experience* of London magi Ante,” by Mr. J. A. Cairaa. 7 JS—Beet haven. Edward Isaacs playing Sonina D Major, Op. 10, Mo. (First Two Movemen ta): Presto—Largo Mesto. 74#—Mr. B. Fletcher Bearaihaw. JfM, Chicken (2). ■•#—Variety. Percy

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

25 Sep 1946

sincerity of his answers on all points, we should, without being unduly optimistic, loek forward to a more accommodating spirit in negotiation from his representatives abroad. QUARTET of Ministers comprising Mr. Tom Williams, Lord Winster, Mr. Jim Griffiths

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

22 Feb 1862

Henry Brand, Sir William Donuar, Mr. T. (i. Baring. Mr. S. Whitlirciwl, Mr. Ma«sey, Mr. Chichester Kortoseue, Mr. CUve, Mr. Knatchbull-llugesscu, Mr. CliarleaGUpia, Mr. Imyanl, the Hob. W. Portmau and Mr. Western Wood, Mr. Alfred IXmison ), the Rev. Hy

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

21 Jun 1924

Gedling Tl. Beeaton Old a. L. M. and s. Oar Work* Turner’s a. Lady Bar. Den stone College a. Notts. Amateur th« Wokinglmm Stake* Mr. JtW White ran (xia recent purohnae, btannope. nod hi* Jt »n--gered the correct to do to bock Ee, horerer. fininhed l«et

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

29 Jul 1915

NVAtmsnn'e FIGARO Mr R«sW. HOMO - T 9 Lord Detby'e GANVOK - .LernMoc E Multoo's .VELLA »J«soe 4 Mr Bsoros'e HAMM'S Daweol » » Mr A B«4on . &ALTA.HIE - , Mr Bstnoo's Mr H Btocklehumfi mOUTSDALt: .. Jarv« » 0 Mr nurye.'. ORMPEH 9 0 Mr Fsirte'e SU 9 °

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

21 Jun 1833

tiugham, are tbr lower classes, by rendering them industi was and Mr. Jolts PAMIRS, Mr. RICHARD PARLORS, Mr. Isaac PALETHoRrS, Newark. ty less rated under the Bill. Mr. WILLIAM Bolsi-ea. Mr. BRANDSALL, Belford. WELLS the Maiunis of Beta, and Lord WiNfORD

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

16 Jul 1925

charming personality combined with strong sense of dramatic technique. When Tom Mix returned to hi* ranch, Uixville, after- his recent European tour, discovered that his presentations amounted 'to veritable aoo. Twenty birds and beasts were unloaded from special

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Football News (Nottingham)

Football News (Nottingham) Nottinghamshire, England

15 Sep 1900

the 9th of ApriL In as to to exercise his industry, be Resorted to his old tonics and pot hi, name dow n at • servants' registry. This was on the 13th. The following day he was sent to Mrs. Cornet. was so taken by his appearance that she engaged bin on the

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Nottinghamshire Guardian

Nottinghamshire Guardian Nottinghamshire, England

11 Sep 1846

cotton eoo- riM. Person* who his DINNER « enerrte continue to act And; now, taking his farewell meandjoe we tik a wrey rfthe parish 7 * protracted illness. Lady WethereU, it may be added, is sole period. After the interview with Mr. FrancUin, the co- signed

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