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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

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

21 Oct 1871

breee•Attos 01/17111 NSW DWI Of Sr. PACL'A. _ a;stlailatio• al ONVaZ. laird William IL at A., Ovid Odra. his rector d Meth ' edam of St. Peerrek yens* I, the dna of the Vay in. ler, L Nem& Seek pithe ies s itheitha the seeepthessl • etheosis Dina •theeths

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

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

23 Dec 1908

JMWOO.WIrteI.—TIMIKVII and germ hem Mrs. Hawkins. Larking ; Mr. Frolic lourion. Wick ; Mr. C. St, Lympsiumm ; chicken sad duck., fed by Mr. C. Uirk. Mr. G. C0L5.. Jiamerstreet.—Turkers from Mr. F. C. ruddy, Exit brim ; Mr. A. G COONS!. Mirk ; F. Scribbetts

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

1 Oct 1874

Mr. Laird's health has somewhat improved, but he is still in great danger. The London School Board on Monday took possession of its new offices on the Victoria embankment. Mr. John Byrne, the oldest reporter in the gallery of the House of Commons, died

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

26 May 1870

Eastern Disjieusary, Mr. Johnston and Mr. E. Turner Payne ; Western Disjiensary, Mr. C. Bush ; tho Southern Dispensary, Mr. Jos. ; the Eye Infirmary, Belvedere, Mr. F. Mason ; the Ear and Eye Infirmary, Mr. G. Bush ; the Bath Penitentiary, Mr. R. Hey wood ;

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

12 Aug 1802

of Thomas Vernon, his wife,daughter cd the Earl of Stafford.- America, Mr. E. Gill, formerly inercham-taylor Urilloh—At Briftol, Mrs. Payne, wife of Mr, Payne; and Mrs, Baxter, wife Robert Baxter At Barhadoes, Mrs. Joint, wife of Mr. Joint, apothecary

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

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

6 May 1899

Colonel and Mrs. Basil Lloyd Anstrutber received their friends the bride's boose in Lennox Gardens. Among those present were Lady Galloway, Dowager Lady Loder, Mr. Gerald and Lady Louiae Loder, Mr. Reginald aud Lady Margaret Loder, Colonel and Mr*. Lloyd

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Western Gazette

Western Gazette Somerset, England

21 Oct 1881

THE PRINCESS OF WALES, LADY ILCHESTER, AND LADY THEODORA GUEST ON THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF HOME INDUSTRIES. A correspondence has just taken place between the Princess of Wales, through Mr. Holzmann, her private secretary, and Lady. Ilchester, with reference

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

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

7 Oct 1905

codicil hTwOe. Mr. Rete, Ma,, hi. w«a, Artkar Ckriatewher May, Aroa Hoara. Soeyd Para,Bristol. Mr. Eraear BawtrJ May, aaaa Perk. Boaraeaoatk. Mr. Fraek Morjey May, Cecil.nod. Wiaceweoper-Mara; Mr. M.rk Whitwtll of W Pewrnr rke-r.od B.iaa.l, aad Mr. Andrew Jaaaaa

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West Somerset Free Press

West Somerset Free Press Somerset, England

28 Jul 1888

told of Mr. Lockwood, Q.C., who nothing not witty. Travelling abroad with his wife, fell into the company a Scotch laird and his wife, both evidently anxious to know who their fellow-travellers were. Arrived the hotel, the laird inscribed his name in

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Somerset Standard

Somerset Standard Somerset, England

28 Jul 1888

he:embed his name in his usual manner in the visitors' bu nk , Con Nevis and Mrs. Mac- Tavish, and handed the pen to Mr. Lockwood, looking over his shoulder w hile he wrote. But his curiosity was d,soneil to cli.anpointment, fir the learned gentleman was

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

4 Jul 1839

shoulder; but his companion (Wood) was observed lying, with his face towards the ground, quite motionless, and his clothes fire; the electric fluid, having struck him on the left ear, ran down his chin, and thence it descended, inside bis dress, to his left thigh

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Western Gazette

Western Gazette Somerset, England

13 Apr 1934

True Friend ~.(ownerl 2 Mr. L. Strange's Our Bill (Mr. J. Strange) 3 Also ran: Mr. F. Tavlor's Obedience (Mr. J. Taylor), Mr. E. W. Tory's Hareby (owner), and Mr. E. W. Tory's Betty Mack (Mr. Edgar Tory). Betting: Susanne, erens; True Friend, —4; Our Bill

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

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

20 Jul 1889

divert attention from his “ bird’s-eye view” Cannes him to jump at this an opportunity beslaver with his verbosity. His continued absence from Burnham is becoming quite noticeable, and is believed sees his little game lit “played out.” His next visit will I*o

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Bridgwater Mercury

Bridgwater Mercury Somerset, England

4 Dec 1878

cur, who kept at his heels and seemed to stagger like his piaster. The drunken man stopped, and the dog began to bite at his • Let me alone, will yoti I' cried the drunkard. rim going on after a rest. lint the dog continued to tag at his trousers. The

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Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser

Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser Somerset, England

9 Jun 1915

beamed. Does Mr. play notion bridge?” said quickly. ” A ripping game,*' said hie con. And ahrtya explains Pinky how the last three drinks get his blessed brain-oeUs and Aade him rerOke. It's rely criep,” Mid tike Earl of Tiloombe; and as his eyes fell the

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

22 Feb 1798

Wntkins, Mr. and Mr,. Knell -.r, Mr. at d Mrs. Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Hayter, Mr and Mri. Hunt, Mr. and Mra. Brook, Mr. and Mrs. Fowles, Mr. and Mrs. Tate, Mr. and Mra Tyndcll, View article

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Chard and Ilminster News

Chard and Ilminster News Somerset, England

16 Mar 1907

called by Mr. Saunders, and mid that be loved Lewis seasein Prow ma eprieptic it. He would certainly be ur cringer of his Ids if Is tame to Court, and they would get so mese out of him.—Mr. Sunders thee said that it Mr. Lomat* would withdraw his eases, be

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

1 Jun 1893

the well-known French Republican deputy, has died in his year. Major-General H. D. Taylor, late of the Madras Army, who, after long service in India, retired 1877, has died, aged 71. Mr. Henry Laird, of Birkenhead, the well-known designer of war vessels

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Western Chronicle

Western Chronicle Somerset, England

30 Dec 1904

LADIES’ COLUMN. The Queen of Spain begins the. New Year with anxious mind. Her sou, whom she herself sicco his birth, has defied Spani sit tradition, and refuses to his future marriage to be a State affair, arranyt-d by not only his own parent, but sundry

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Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser

Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser Somerset, England

11 Oct 1820

it waS there they joined her. And also after the' gross transactions Naples, viz. Leghorn, he meant Lady Charlotte Lindsay and the other English Ladies, who joined her Majesty, and remained with hera considerable time after these difgastbig and filthy

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