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

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

6 Sep 1878

THE ECHO AND TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1878. for years; Ralph has his fortune make first, but we don’t mind waiting one bit.” Mrs, North raises herself on sofa, with feeling of relief. is a selfish feeling, and she knows is so; bni invalids are very

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

22 Nov 1884

Speaker has had to Warn Mr. Callan against irrelevant discussion and repetition. Of course u Mr. Callan persists in cunning foul of Peel, bound to slips . . . , “I can’t understand,” said Mrs. Mifkina, ‘why Parliament should waste so much time debating over

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

31 Jan 1885

hard say who can. Mr. Maskeltnb, of Maskelyne and Cook, has been awarded £lO,OOO damages for libel perpetrated upon him by Mr. Irving-Biahop, the thought reader. Challenge to Mr. Maskelyne—read the numbers the notes. Putting Out his Gas-tronomy.— Dogmatic

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

18 Nov 1882

' „ , „ Among the subsequent speakers were Mr. XMly, Mr. Schreiber. Mr. Riddell, Mr. Dawnar, anil Mr. Sexton, who opposed the resolution and Mr. Firth. Mr. okham, Mr. Waddy, and Mr. A. Grant, who supported Mr. Labouchere replied, When the Prime Minister

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

22 Nov 1884

“Thathorrid Mrs. Sawyer! »»id Mrs. Jones, the other day. “I wish she would move out of the neighbourhood.” Well, what do you run there all the time for? I told you how it would 1 retorted Mr. Jones. This was not the Wnd of sympathy Mrs. Jones expected

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Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser

Rutland Echo and Leicestershire Advertiser Rutland, England

17 Apr 1886

tobacco plant in Great Britain. But why only agriculturists? Why not also 4he (H)arru-tocraey ? Hitting Him Off. —The Laird: “That Mr. Smith isn’t much of shot, is he, Tara Tam: Shot.’ A’ll toll yer, sir, what he is! A’U bo shot if be isn’t jist disgrace

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