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Western Chronicle

Western Chronicle Somerset, England

22 Jan 1904

Prime Minister. principle gave his support the policy Hal four, because Iwdicvcd it absolutely opposed the policy Mr Chamberlain. suggested, however, au independent inquiry oy a House of Commons committee. The members of Mr Chamberlain’s Tariff Commission

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Somerset Standard

Somerset Standard Somerset, England

7 Jan 1893

SEEDS. FLOWER SUDS. d under his chin, entered brought in if we are to continue heat h . 83208 'Da% ate. • olver In his band . and, There are various ways of doing this. One ie am as 7 w.bie s w.bbe G. rowne, asked whether Mr. by admitting cold air . .

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Western Gazette

Western Gazette Somerset, England

10 Jan 1913

Conservative Club. Mr. Voss was married twice, and survived his second wife. The funeral took place at the Cemetery on Wednesday afternoon. The mourners were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Voss, Mr. Charles Voss, and Mrs. C. Martin (sons and daughter), Mr. Reginald Voss

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

7 Jan 1910

day. For during the evening the .young ladies at Three Firs had held • rehearsal of some tableaux, which they were going to do for Mrs. Billiugton's birthday party • week or two later on. They were all very gay. Mrs. Millington always encouraged her girls

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Bridgwater Mercury

Bridgwater Mercury Somerset, England

12 Jun 1878

that Capt. Stuckey be elected. —Mr. Meade proposed, mid Mr. Cattle seconded, that Mr. Millard (portreeve), should be on the Board.—Mr. Janie Knight was next proposed and seconded by Mr. Lenthall.—Capt. Stucke *reposed, and Mr. J. Gillett seconded, the nomination

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Chard and Ilminster News

Chard and Ilminster News Somerset, England

2 Feb 1878

otu at his tar, sad own:ludo this eatalogue of tanillietiog negative by i t . empesdionm shttemest that Mr. FM :at Lapin,th was a 'neutral young man and stout to la himself ham.sd and cmrimed by the ti,a of his own neutrality. Therefore his ales were

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Chard and Ilminster News

Chard and Ilminster News Somerset, England

10 Jan 1891

there was any loss he (Mr Marsh) should bear it. At the same time Mr Slocombe should be informed that in future ne must keep his appointment punctually.-Mr dielliar; Mr :•loeminbe did not telegraiiii until the afternoon, and Mr Marsh did not know what

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

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

16 Feb 1867

with timbreb and with *Wel& We fad too that ea =up the Ark, David danced before the Laird his might ; and win David says Let tie children of lira be joyful Is their His& let tism Ent_kis name in the dimes. The wisest et men, Me says liars is a time to

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Chard and Ilminster News

Chard and Ilminster News Somerset, England

2 May 1908

Superintentleht Jennings said prisoner was alleged to have embezzled 716 paid to him by Mr. Austin for Mr. Munford, but as the brother and sister bad promised to refund it, Mr. Munford, with the Bench's permission, would not proceed with the charge. STARTLED

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

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

30 May 1908

(7 2,. Mr and Mr. Witronabr v f W. 4d.: Mr. and Mr.. Banashy. (I 2. Mr. F. J. Hurst, Mr. S. thinners. Mr B. Stephens. Mrs. ails. Mr Folland and Mr P. Short, Is. earh. Mr. *gar, Mr. Milord and View article

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

28 May 1870

am pimp nit teat k hi sad. On cam Mr 'mot who abet at had an Ma wile about bin he world most poke* have bee killed. It nowt require some promo, mind, when • revolver pistol pointed M ass, to throw women down the gromd. Them who know Mr. Burton know that

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

12 Aug 1976

Ewens 24; S. Legg first wicket fell. Fred Tucker was 24; P. Bellchamber 6; J. Marks 0: caught for a sound 64 including J. Laird 10; B. Kingsmill 25; R. three sixes. The run rate rapidly Fox 0; T. Reeves 0; D. Gould increased when Dave Cox, in no 8; extras

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

26 Feb 1954

Professor, Mrs. and Miss Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. C. Ford, Mrs. Fox-Linton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franklin, Mr.. Mrs. and Mr. Malcolm Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. F. Furnival and

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Somerset Standard

Somerset Standard Somerset, England

31 Jan 1930

and Lady Meade. King, Min Garendoien Willa. Mn. I.i,nfear Tanner, Mr,. belie Fox. Mies Mw Knox-Gaye, Mr. T3deman, Mr. Amp. Palmer, Mr. E. A. General Montgomery. Campbell, Mta. Hem, Mr. W. H. Dean. Mr. T. B. Gill. Major Gaston. Dr. F. E. Fox. Mr. Lhuister

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Bridgwater Mercury

Bridgwater Mercury Somerset, England

5 May 1886

Maloof do pelt wee made bays fellows. via Gerais Testae Willard. 168 ; Mr. Jesse 'flyer. 176 ; Kr. Lamm Lb, 116 ; Mr. Milieu Mary Darby. N Kr. Foods his.. Lorimer. ; Mr. Ia W.eaker, 14 ; Mr. Seared Brews, 1. Mem& O. T. Wiwi. J. Tiger, IL Litt, W. R. Darby

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

26 Feb 1954

Jenkinson, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Keen. Mr. Laurence Kelly, Mr. and ' Hon. Mrs. 0. King, Mr. and Mrs. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Knigat. Miss Elizabeth Langman, Mr. and Mrs

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

16 Jul 1971

. • • and third in the ladies. and Mr. ntiverstotie .800 metres. Ist year: boys: 1. Holland; girls I. Wawmaiiski, 2. 11. T. it. Itexworthy of Avalon. and Manning. 2, Hackett; 3, fielder. Chard, 3 Bray. Upriet: boys: Spinners Mr. J. Evans of Yen Bowmen

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West Somerset Free Press

West Somerset Free Press Somerset, England

25 Oct 1862

carpenter low degree and small ambition, who already declares his unfitness for the station to which his bride has sought to raise bim, and calls upon his friends to pity him for thus being taken out of his own. The story the marriage is as romantic as the lovers

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Shepton Mallet Journal

Shepton Mallet Journal Somerset, England

6 May 1927

extension fund at meeting held at Lady Howard de Walden’s residence Tuesday. Lady Howard de Walden and M -C. E. Christie-Miller gave £l,OOO each, Mrs. Robert Fleming and Mrs. John Currie £5OO each, and Mrs. Chester Beatty and Mrs. Harris Lebuo £lOO each. SEVEN

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Cheddar Valley Gazette

Cheddar Valley Gazette Somerset, England

14 Aug 1964

iIIEIPTON MALLET LADIES v. CONGRESDURY LADIES (Mitch drawn) Shepton Ladies 55: Mesdames Muxlow, Cox, Salter, Cooper 15 ; Hares. Hobbs. F. Pullen. E. Viney 26: Mrs. Pursey. Miss Bush. Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Dewhurst 14. Congresbury Ladies 55: Mesdames Gill

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