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Bridgnorth Journal and South Shropshire Advertiser.

Bridgnorth Journal and South Shropshire Advertiser Shropshire, England

10 Oct 1868

THU ALABAMA AaATIC—A Snit has been cornsawed in the United States District Court against Mr. Laird, the builder of the Alabama, by the owners of the Sonora, one of the vessels which she destroyed. It is claimed that the Alabama was fitted out in violation

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Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales

Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales Shropshire, England

4 Nov 1874

FUNERAL OF MR. LAIRD. The remains Mr. Laird were interred Birkeabeed. yesterday. procession of several thousand men followed the funeral. marriage of earl grosyenor. Sand beck, Earl Grosvenor, eldest son of the Westminster, was married yesterday morning

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Shrewsbury Chronicle

Shrewsbury Chronicle Shropshire, England

1 Apr 1853

Groves. Mr. John Rowland, Mr. Joseph Owen, Mr. Thomas Thomas (Cefn), Mr. Hugh Pugh (Pennantl, Mr. William Hughes, Mr. Daniel Howell Mr. William Howell (Boot), Mr. John Roberts, Mr. Evan Roberts, Mr. John Thomas, Mr. John Jones (Abercegir), View article

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Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales

Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales Shropshire, England

7 Nov 1877

SHREWSBURY JOURNAL AND SALOP!. Mr. J. 'Wmonmj Malcolm, Poltallosh, jtrosent transmit his name to posterity that of great 9 f OMrnai, m(!rabOT / hij , hly th# , lrriol . Hi. were hi. nn- • AND SALOPIAN JOTTRNAL. Argyllshire lairds, and who wil! be presented

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Whitchurch Herald

Whitchurch Herald Shropshire, England

1 May 1875

and have elsm of ale. I told him I would not. He mjd white Bang 11., by IV.unc. lii. 11 then out his hand Into hla pocket and said Will you 3rd, £T» Mr A. I’. JeniMbil-. liv.-c , . have we money.” I said “Now I told him that by Cub—Bonuy, lii in .uUi-

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Shrewsbury Chronicle

Shrewsbury Chronicle Shropshire, England

24 Oct 1884

(.loluml and Mrs Atkisson Clarks. Colonel Arthur Ell.. Mr H. Chaplin, M.P., mad Mir Edith Chaplin. Mr Alfred Montgomery, Mr Hairy Petro, and Mn Locker, Mr and Mrs Farmer and MM Farmer, Balfour, Mr and Mr. Montagu. Tharp, Kr Dalyell, Mr Finch, Rey. Cation

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Wellington Journal

Wellington Journal Shropshire, England

10 Mar 1906

that the man be had much reason to hate had been thrown his path in very first moment of his first deadly wrath? Thorburn earoo on, his gun in his hand, a pair wild ducks slung over his shoulder, his eyes seeking ground. Suddenly lifted them, and they e

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Bridgnorth Journal and South Shropshire Advertiser.

Bridgnorth Journal and South Shropshire Advertiser Shropshire, England

26 Dec 1868

NOT/MO.—Mr. Laird has published the correspondence between himself and Mr. Reverdy Johnson which preceded their interview at Liverpool in October last. Mr. Laird's object is to show that the statement that Mr. Reverdy Johnson voluntarily sought his (Mr. Laird's)

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Oswestry Advertiser

Oswestry Advertiser Shropshire, England

27 Jun 1866

terminated, vote of thanks to his Royal Highness the Dnke of Edinburgh was carried with enthusiastic acclamation, and His Koyal Highness made the following reply My Lords, Ladies, and Oentlemen, —If, as Mr Graves has stated, and Mr Baxley has repeated, my coming

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Shrewsbury Chronicle

Shrewsbury Chronicle Shropshire, England

21 Jun 1867

so. and the lady returned the drawing room There the anxious suiP-r reyd tbs answer his masssgs.w hkb was in tbswiwonto With the author's compliments '—Stonti .ScurfiM topic. The SurruANOis his lb sa.-In tha^^hiiSs noil, .ut ' .T> 11. JIM .hi«l r-.r. r

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Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales

Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales Shropshire, England

25 Jan 1865

home to dinner, that it is one of his fast days. Punch. A young lady was told a married lady that she had far better precipitate herself from the rocks of the Passaic Falls into the basin beneath than marry. The young lady replied, I would, if 1 thought

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Ludlow Advertiser

Ludlow Advertiser Shropshire, England

19 May 1894

after having satisfied his brutality by banging hia wife about tne apartment, sat down in his easy-cfaair. The lady no sooner observed that was fast ! asleep she secured stout cord, with . which die fastened her somnolent lord. to his ■eat. Then with substantial

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Shrewsbury Chronicle

Shrewsbury Chronicle Shropshire, England

9 Oct 1835

Countess of Dartmouth, the Earl and Countess of Bradford, Lord and Lady Hatherton, Lady Peel, the Earl and Countess Uxbridge, Lord and Lady Waterpark, the Hon. Col. and Mrs. Anson, Lady Anson, Laird A. Paget, Lord G. Paget, Sir G. Anson, Sir Edward Scott, the

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Shrewsbury Chronicle

Shrewsbury Chronicle Shropshire, England

4 Dec 1857

distributed receipt. No fee is payable. ing. This delay was not unexpected by Mr. Brunei, and to join us; have got about 2,000 the JlHh and^oth, tlie feud between Mr. Ib’aMr. Bentley, to ea e* are lost also ; and it is seldom that a number of cow*

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Shrewsbury Chronicle

Shrewsbury Chronicle Shropshire, England

19 Aug 1842

extract from letter which Lady Corbet baa Jistnot fnend. bit A. then read follows .—“ By antic.pitun, all of ua, great and •mall, unite In wishing for Vincant, al! pouaihlo and prouperitr, and wife ueatly like his mother c*n Aid crown his felicity.—who will

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Salopian Journal

Salopian Journal Shropshire, England

7 Jan 1862

YEAR 1SG1. January.—2, Prussia, his Majesty Frederick William of, aged 66; 3, Fairbairn, Sir Peter (Leeds) ; 5, Osier, Thomas (Birmingham), jiged 77; 21, Playfuir, LL.D., Laird, Mr. Macgregor, the African traveller;

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Shrewsbury Chronicle

Shrewsbury Chronicle Shropshire, England

27 Nov 1846

line lugger. M Mr. Rm* dal baa •neodad bia eiail thia iwwa. Hi* •ucce** ha* muett exceeded hi* aioat a—goiezpavtaiiooa. Coal-pit Accidbsit.— On Monday inrca. ligauon ioatituud before Edward G. Hartlam, Eaq. Coroner, and wapeeaafcfo Jary, ( Mr. John Page,

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Shrewsbury Chronicle

Shrewsbury Chronicle Shropshire, England

12 Dec 1862

place at the A. IMPERIAL HOTEL, on THURSDAY, January Ist, 1863. The Lady Diana Pakington The Hon. Mrs. Peel The Raglan Lady Lambert The Hon. Mrs. Norhnry Mrs. Benson The Hon. Mrs. Turnor Mrs. Brownlow, STEWARDS Hon. F. Lygon, M.P. I J. S. Pakington, Esq.

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Shrewsbury Chronicle

Shrewsbury Chronicle Shropshire, England

21 May 1852

Management,” and he would couple with it Mr. John Evans, the principal tenant on Mr. Corbet estate. (Cheers.) He hoped might live reside in it for many years, for landlord was more attached to his tenants than Mr. Corbet. (Hear, hear.) A more happy event

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Wellington Journal

Wellington Journal Shropshire, England

7 Apr 1888

of Mr. W. Corbett, seconded Mr, Partridge ; Mr. Pollard, on the motion of Mr. Clarke, seconded by Mr. Webb ; Mr. Joseph Parton, on the motion of Mr. Hayward, seconded Mr. W. Corbett; and Mr. Hayward, on tho motion of Mr. W. R. Corbett, seconded Mr. Webb

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