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13 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Pembrokeshire, Wales

Tenby Observer

Tenby Observer Pembrokeshire, Wales

1 Jan 1885

St. George'R Street.—Officers —Mr T. W. Thomas, Actuary. Mr Robert Lock, Treasurer. The Bank is open every Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 12.15 p.m. Tenby Penny Bank, St. George's Street.—Mr N. A. Roch, Treasurer and Manager. Mr J. H. Thomas, Secretary. The

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Potter's Electric News

Potter's Electric News Pembrokeshire, Wales

19 May 1858

afterwards exhibited with great success Melbourne and hi. Excellency the Governor of Victoria bavin* visited it with his daughter, the nugget was, with Excellency a permission, called after that young lady the Blanche Barkjy.’ It left Melbourne with the p

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Potter's Electric News

Potter's Electric News Pembrokeshire, Wales

18 Jun 1862

Presently Mr Polby came in. He washed his hands more nervously than ever when he saw the damage. I Very unfortunate, Lisette,' he said. Ah! Mr Polby,' interrupted I, 'accidents will happen, you know, in the best regulated families.' I Yes! just so, Mr Lumley

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Potter's Electric News

Potter's Electric News Pembrokeshire, Wales

25 Mar 1863

164, noes 81. In the majority were Lord Palmerston, Lord C. Paget, Mr J. H. Scourfield, Mr D. Pugb, Mr D. Morris; in the minority Sir John Pakington, Lord Stanley, Mr Roebuck, and Mr Laird. BREACH OF THE PEACE.—James Phillips, of the Bull Inn, Prendergast

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Potter's Electric News

Potter's Electric News Pembrokeshire, Wales

31 Mar 1858

of the original estimate, £200,000. Mn Earsy's Horse Tami.no & Training.— On 20th of March Mr Rarey held his first class for instructing his subscribers in his method of training colts and subduing vicious horses at the Duke of Wellington’s Riding school

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Potter's Electric News

Potter's Electric News Pembrokeshire, Wales

15 Dec 1858

Pembroke-dock, the wife of Mr Robert Venning, of the Royal Dockyard, of a son. On the Bth inst, Pembroke-dock, the wife of Mr Barrett, Jeweller, Watchmaker, and Stationer, of a daughter. On tbe 4th inst., at Ilakin, the wife of Mr. George Thomas, soil-maker

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Tenby Observer

Tenby Observer Pembrokeshire, Wales

11 Dec 1884

t— PaU Mall Gazette. Dr. Augustus Voehiker died on Friday, at his residence, in Argyle-road, Kensington, in his sixtysecond year. He was born at nsnkfort-on-the- Maine, and received his chief education at the University of Gottingen. In early life he

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Tenby Observer

Tenby Observer Pembrokeshire, Wales

20 Nov 1884

Cutting. • Ladies are discovering that them is sciatica in Catlin a Dress. The time has passed when the Drastenaker mad toy ON diva gentian to see i; I it fits ; for silk** system of cake:adios there can be so failure. 'Pedimental from a w Smell& Ladies who

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Type: Illustrated
Potter's Electric News

Potter's Electric News Pembrokeshire, Wales

10 Oct 1866

with a sow in the fold yard of Park Farm, in the occupation of Mr Simeon Scard, and Collings, hav- ing occasion to go there, began teasing the animal until it got into a rage; he continued his foolish conduct, when the boar sprang at him and bit him most

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Type: Miscellaneous
Tenby Observer

Tenby Observer Pembrokeshire, Wales

27 Mar 1884

CAMPBELL, M.P. The petition presented by Lady Colin Campbell for judicial separation from her husband, Lord Colin Campbell, M.P., son of the Duke of Argyll, came before the Probate and Divorce Division on Wednesday. Mr Russell, for the petitioner, tusked that

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Tenby Observer

Tenby Observer Pembrokeshire, Wales

12 Aug 1869

in the return of Mr. Alfred Seymour, Liberal, who polled 571 votes ; Mr. Granville Ryder, Conservative, an ; and Mr. Marsh, Palmeratonian, 84. A DEPUTATION had an interview with the Right Hon. J. Bright on Thursday, to bring under his notice the defective

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Tenby Observer

Tenby Observer Pembrokeshire, Wales

10 Feb 1887

crew of the Budalid were rescued.—Sir W. Phillimore and Mr Barnes appeared for the owners of the Black Cock ; Mr Raikes for the defendants in both actions; and Mr Stokes for the cargo sod freight.—Mr Justice Butt, in giving judgment, said that the services

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Potter's Electric News

Potter's Electric News Pembrokeshire, Wales

7 Jan 1863

I think the authenticity of the statement will not be questioned. The 290' was built by Mr Laird, the eminent ship- builder, of Birkenhead, under contract with a Mr Butcher. She was regularly contracted and paid for; and as nothing transpired during her

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