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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

4 Dec 1886

a lie. When Mr. Humphreys heard this story said it was a very ugly circumstance. She told Lord Colin that if persisted ingoing on with his petition against Lady Colin it would her duty to Mr. George Lewis and tell him what she had told Mr. Humphreys.

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

27 Jun 1885

yes,” replied the lady, admiring ostrich tip; “ Mrs. Fussanfeather and I are both out. Wedon t speak, you know.” Woman’s Wrongs.—“My dear,” be remarked to bis wife, “our club is going to have all the home comforts.” Indeed,’“sneered his wife; ** and when

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

25 Feb 1882

took immense pains to captivate his soldiers always managing recollect them. Ha used round to ladies his court and enjoy tlvs amusement throwing them into confusion asking them, “Pray, who are you?” Gentlemen who attended his receptions a semi-official way

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

30 Jul 1881

marriage his nephew a. young lady, the daughter of very plain old gentleman, a patient, the latter said Well, Sir Astley, you’ll put down few pounds for these silly children, they will be married, 111 but down the same.” Sir Astley was in the zenith his fame;

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

2 Jun 1883

break the last remnants Turkish power in the province. The people of Oran rose at his appeal and elected Mahiddin king; but the old chief waived his own claim in favour of his son and soon the French found it expedient to aign treaty which recognised the

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

4 Dec 1886

by Lady Miles, wasscruthomd Mr. Finlay and Mr. Lockwood, and put in. Mr. Finlay, resuming bis address the jury, aid the charge of cruelty against Lord Colin had lever been breathed him or to any one until if ter he had intimated to Lady Cohn his siwlicions

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

24 Jun 1882

Robbie?'’ a*ked his friends; “ they looked sour vinegar till your turn came.” Deil bawbee did they free me, answered the Laird ; “I just kittled their loof,” man who has made his fortune in a very different way says that had not been for his dot* he would

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

15 Jan 1881

Castlcreagh, Lord Douglas Gordon the Hon. Hugh and Lady Grace Lowther, Sir George, Lady Julia, and Miss Womb well, Sir Archibald and the Hon. Lady Campbcdl, Count Jarackewski, Mr. Christhopher Sykes, Colonel and Mrs. Keith Fraser, and Major Alan Gardner. I Lord

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

18 Dec 1886

Sunday, 13th August, and that date Lady Colin brought some grouse Lady Miles at her Loudon residence. was at Leigh Court at Christmas, 1881, when Lady Colin came, but the Duke of Marlltorongh was not there. At Easter Lady Colin was at Leigh Court, and Lord

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

21 May 1881

consideration. unmarried lady, named Whitmore, placed in the hands of Mr. Anstrutber, a money-lender, the sum of £BOO, which was to bo repayable on demand. He became bankrupt, and the lady swore information against him for converting to his own use securities

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

18 Apr 1885

husband never sees his future wit e until the wedding da', hen she is carried in a closed chair his house. The U»v of the chair is handed to the bridegroom, who us the door, and, if the lady within takes his *ancy, he holds out his hand to her ; if not

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

6 Dec 1878

child with intent to defraud and deceive. Mr. Geoige Lewis prosecuted ; and Mr. Sydney Gedge, solicitor, in the absence of Mr. Clarke, appeared on behalf of Lady Gooch and Mrs. Walker. Shortly after noon Lady Gooeh entered the court, leaning on the arm

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

24 May 1878

thought of you, or of his children, or of his Highland home. I saw him in gay gilded room, grandly decked out velvets, with silks and cloth of gold, and on his knees before a fair lady, his arm round her waist, and her hand pressed to his lips.” The haughty

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

10 Apr 1886

T. Barclay, Mr. James. Hornsby, Mr. George Baird, Mr. W Marshall, Mr, E. Hanbury, Mr L. Lowther, Captain Coventiy.Mr. Owen, Mr. Crawley Mis. Lancelot RoDeston, Mr. Storey, Captain Blau. Mr. Beaumont, Mr. Calendar, Mr. E. P. Lncis., View article

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

6 Nov 1886

THE SOCIETY PAPERS. (From the World.) Mr. James Russell Lowell is, I hear, about marry for the third time. His marriage is with lady allied English noble house. The action between Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. Marriott has, consent of their respective Sir H

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

14 Feb 1885

cesoiutidn had boen Mr. -E. J. Booth, .who denied that Mr. Robert Purvis, M.A., moved as an amendment, Xhatthia meeting ,is of opinion that free trade la of the greatest benefit to the whole nation.”—The amendment was duly seconded Mr. Burnham, and after

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

22 Apr 1882

length, getting into an altercation one day with his master, so far forgot himself as to call Mr. Erskine • “leear.” “Well, Gabriel, this cannot be'put up with any longer. We must part last.” “ Hoot, toot, laird, where wad yer honour be better than yer ain

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

20 Feb 1886

Zboiowsky, M. Deschamp, Mr and Mrs. Brocklehurst, Mr. Muir, Capt. Jones, Capt. and the Hon. Mrs Molyneux, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Chaplin, Mr. and Miss Chaplin, Capt. O’Neil, Major and the Hon. Mrs. Candy, Miss Candy, Mr. Fenwick &c. This crowd of horsemen

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

15 Jan 1887

afterwards called ui>on bv Mr. Akers-1 hmglas, with whom bad long interview. The Prime Ministerafterwardswalki-dtobis official residence in 1 low ninp street, where Mr. W. H. Smith and Mr. Akers-1 louglas were awaiting him. Mr. Smith remained with Lord

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

17 Aug 1877

Suomi K'S Goorge 11. ami hi* bou.eitoM, £01. laird Delawarr wa* jo provoked at tliis imposition that tin Kii.g ovevlienrd hia tion with the landlord, and demanded tlie can-e it. Hi. lordaliip immediately told him; when hi* Majeaty good-humouredly replied

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