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  • County: Somerset, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser Somerset, England

13 Mar 1886

rMerml until th. fpott.—Harvey Sweet.—Ue. W.Uter oppeored for plointiff. Mr. R. Brio* for d.fend.nl Thl. »n notion by Mr. Henry Horrev. * gentleman rending otWedmoro onoin.t Mr, Willi.m S.mt former Heotb, for dou*H« cumrol.Ud polling d.y of th. lo.t geo

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser Somerset, England

27 Feb 1864

to get, and has lost all. A personage behind him, not unlike a “Botitilit Laird—ortiof the gang—frith Just socb r i leet In his eye as one of the lairds eon put Ph When he his dottw.g silent thing, has lame of vitiate its 'elm de te eninsfetteete of

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser Somerset, England

25 Dec 1875

perpetual Fee Tar Rent of £4O. Apply to Mr. WANSBROUGR, Auctioneer, Waste Mr. JAM= GIRD ADDIZIUL NOTICII OW SUIMOV AL. WILLIAM B ILL, CABINET-MAKER , UPHOLST ER ER AND UNDERTAKER. Takes the preeent opportunity of thanking his nomereas patrons fen faveuse received

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

12 Jun 1886

afraid of being stolen. A LADY writer asks: Why don't batchelors marry ? That's so—why don't they? Come to think about it, we have never yet seen a batchelor ho was married. It's lamentable, too. How is your son doing, Mr. smith, who went to Australia

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Shepton Mallet Journal

Shepton Mallet Journal Somerset, England

27 Dec 1861

Conservative Mr. Laird, that is to say, in his canvas and on the hostings was so liberal Conservative that it was difficult to distinguish his professions from those of any supports of Lord Palmerston and Lord John Russell; but liocc his retain the daily

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

24 Dec 1874

DIAL en* upwards enjoy • trersleft the East :India . hid, Cap** Hearne, LADY DUDLEY'S _foreign. The Lady Dudley's outside the it MUT Great Hallway Striae, Paddler**, on • - eof Mr. Hetherington, jar previews to the ataitiog of the 4 IL tee welfare Worcester

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West Somerset Free Press

West Somerset Free Press Somerset, England

5 Oct 1861

in the detach for secreted, money. One the up-stairs ’rooms is Mr. Bagott’s' bedroom, and the other, dn’tfie same floors his store-room. his secreted and his or uninvested 'money, and 'in the other the goods in which: ha

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

11 Feb 1892

Boston Globe. Certainly, Were you ever present at a fire about the time the hose burst i Scott once found laird reading Johnson's dictionary. The laird said, They're prett stories, but they're unco' short. The young editor wrote: My feelings, dear one

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

18 Jun 1870

els Is re noir le ore I Me Oar der sr eel • Mr •bb brsa err arra sod wwebsear ass er Orr err rare( sat weir ; soy Mosel arrant L a et prow Mr tar. trf smog dors beers wow afirmag Mr Mr art bre wrap, go So Mr or dab ebb Near Win baderso berg ass= eves tra=

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Chard and Ilminster News

Chard and Ilminster News Somerset, England

10 Jan 1891

spent an afternoon in trying to borrow half a sovereign from his friends. Talk about man breaking his heart, said an old lady. Well, perhaps he does, but it's like a lobster breaking one of his claws—another sprouts out at once and grows in its place.

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

5 Nov 1874

Margate. in his dity-6ret year Henry Billsanth. clerk to Mr. Carnegie. atuabbrulter. Dublin, was on Friday sentenced to tee year.' pond servitude for entorslement The rectory of Cold Overton, near Oakltans, buten:ant by the death. is his eighty-eighth

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Chard and Ilminster News

Chard and Ilminster News Somerset, England

23 Jul 1881

pi le Mr far Se eilbisip um a • U era alai lisilwidess bp ea ewe. meet witb bba Me pleb Iht ma al MI • • 170/4. wary paid it Tess Mr Seeps pled W Bit for Loallipm tbe ll.w Mr sr at 14 $ • Paid is is Mr Metope mere aseer of Ms BM d i preps s Ladies of Mr

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser Somerset, England

21 Mar 1896

than that ■xasneratinc lady possessed ; white the other tree typT of female grandeur, the defemlress of weak and helpless man. Mrs Blemberg’s husband was summoned in the Whitechapel County Court for debt, and his wife** wrnein his stead. » Why is not yonr

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Weston Mercury

Weston Mercury Somerset, England

24 Oct 1891

village. On the day of his engagement bis mistress, having lady visitor in the drawing-room, Vang the bell for the footman. You will show thi* lady the front door, Thomas,” she said. Ye*, mem, replied Thoraa*; and, bowing the lady, requested her to follow

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser Somerset, England

28 Mar 1896

)oace Iwlween Mr Wynne London, and jnry BethnaLKiw. A«*e « inqneat the foreman said he had been epemaiiy requested by hi. fellow-jorymen ask whom they were apply for their few. Mr Baxter—What fees? The Foreman—hor atteno in'- here to-day. Mr Baxter amUmgly-I

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser Somerset, England

8 Apr 1865

ness of his character was still more conspicuous. He was a man of great ambition, but his ambition was to do good to his country. When the present Government was formed Mr. Cobden was offered office, but he declined on the ground that all his opinions

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

7 May 1870

will in favour of hi. children. would not that be a sufficient designationol his adopted children? Of mune, it he mare ied afterwards and had children of his own there would he a difference. Here was a man living with • lady who bore hi. name and was reputed

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

21 Sep 1876

fearfully shattered se to leave no hope of his recovery. Mr. George Everest, after a service of 55 years, has resigned his position as chief clerk of the criminal business of the Home Office. Mr. John Streathfield and Mr. F. B. Leslie. senior and chief clerk

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

16 Mar 1871

when the atteetion of • girt attracted, and h.. .se been obtained a Cm , Dr.. Mr pea. was to an inn at Itadancek, where he wee hi lie. Moon* the wooled over the (fretted Mr el .. •. Mir/Lair eat about tear, and at the qe when tucidei.t. occurred two large

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

9 Apr 1864

precedents could be searched for with any advantage, After some remarks from Mr. Henley, Mr. Hardy, Mr. 31 . 1sonegh, Mr. Paul, Mr. M. Smith, mid other members, it wan arranged that Mr. Stirling should be excused from further attendance, and that the debate

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