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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

10 Apr 1891

at school? asked Mrs. Caution her husband. No, dear, I don't; think is expanding them, was the reply. Six feet in bis boots ! exclaimed old Mrs. Flatiron ; nonsense! Why, they might as well tell me that the man has six heads his hat! Soldiers must

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Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser

Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

25 Jun 1856

House upon Mr. alpqle s motion on fiißbbut last, having his suspicions aroused, he took the last. Mr. Kirk seconded the motion. n the uiacoaßam counsel of the Leeds police and Bean was apprehended. • which followed, Mr. Walpole, Mr. Labouchere, Mr. turned

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

13 Mar 1937

Thought mere sung during the service. Mr. T. Johnson was the organist The mourners vtere Mrs. Hunt, Mr. J. Hunt (ions. Mr. F. H. Woolliscroft, Mr. A. H. Mills and Mr. G. A. Paddock. Mr. F. 1.. Dickson (President) and Mr. G. W. liuntbarh (Treasurerl represented

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

21 Jan 1928

grand father before him, serving his county and even at his great age he was still aide to place his tipi judgment and his great knowledge tlie advantage the county, tApplauaen iniluatrial oonrfiti’mn w*re Minciined. Mr. -■>hl li<* «»» “'T »*» th»* hope

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

31 May 1930

Miss Ashton, Mrs Ronald Copeland. Dr. W. |i Carrulhers. Mrs. C. Dennis. Miss V. Hargreaves, Harrison. 0.1LK.. Mrs. Hey wood, the Rev. L. Laml>ert. Mrs. Lowe. Miss K. Thomeycroft, Mrs. Moakin. Mrs. F. M Rowland, and Mr. (i. Townsend. Mrs. Moat mentioned

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

15 Aug 1905

Campaigns. His knighthood was conferred on the occasion of King Edward's Coronation as a recognition of his work on behalf of the Royal Navy. Mr William was a versatile writer in fiction and verse, as well as upon the suhject that he made particularly his own

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Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle

Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle Staffordshire, England

3 Mar 1894

—Appl7 Mr. 18, Lower Rodbell Stmt. rLet. I Meeire, Peekridge Street ; oost. Se.6l. per week.—Apply, Gee. Bete Jose., Hoses Agent SS, 4 Street. Let, with immediate poreetWoo, No . Lyeiraye Street.—Apply, Mr.. Spicer, top of Pork Street, or to Mr. G. Bedrock

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

17 Oct 1934

THE Stoke-on-Trent Museums and Art Gallery hare several interest- ing new acquisitions. Mr. Charles Eardley and his brother have given a large oil painting by Harry Fidler, in ►nemory of their father and mother, who were so well known and highly respected

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Staffordshire Chronicle

Staffordshire Chronicle Staffordshire, England

16 Nov 1889

tha aayinc ia,” replied Mrs. Kar. “lb. Frsaar'a brother Htm tha loch, and new gentleman baa aoma to that aide lately, Mr. Biddulnh; but our niaraat neighbour Stewart, of Bnaamnee.*’ A young lady T* Sandy. Oh, qufta young lady, conaidarad band•oma; though

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

28 Sep 1929

Mayor and Mayoress of Hull c.Mr. P.arlman and Mrs the laird Mayor and Lady Leicester (Alderman 11. Hand and Mrs. Haml). the laird Mayor Lady Mayoress of Liverpool (Alder man * M. Miller ami Mrs. Miller). Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Manchester (Lout

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Walsall Advertiser

Walsall Advertiser Staffordshire, England

2 Jun 1900

“TW gorrM of Hi. HiMorp. * ‘LaH Wftld«aMr’« Haw, *▲ Dariif hi, i M.V EATCKAL TKMPM niEPl.AtlllJ ITABLV. Wo)m>t lUthurtt «m mid hrmllpM mid man iindar tlu* gl«*M and intrrr fmr pilerior. waa wont rail kiinaelf man the world. and deemed hi* unAcruputouanew

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

29 Oct 1949

Sunflower. Ditto, smooth. 1 and r. Mr. and Mrs. R Perkins. Sudbury. Barrowby Biddy and Bevadale Bribery: 2 A. Langford. Tan Sienna; 3. Mrs. E. G. Smith. Toby of Plardiwick. Alsaticn. German shepherd dog. dog or bitch. 1. Mr. and Mrs. E. Gerrard. Haslington. Crewe

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Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser

Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

13 May 1868

DILL. Mr. PERCY moved the second reading of the M iles Assea-ment Dill, the object of which is to do away with the present exemptions which some mines arc not rated to the relief the poor. After some discussion, in which Mr. St. Anbin, Mr. Peare, Mr. Denman

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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

29 Apr 1898

I TO BE SOLD-CYCLES. IPETY Lady's MO- throughout: J_) • Safety.'' Box Telegraph office LADY'S for Sale, good new. Co,entry make, a gr.'at bargain Apply Telegraph Office Hundred ■»-*' and Trx-vr!-. r-. I.i 12» 6d_t_ The White House, Front Driver. .V>in

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Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser

Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

7 Jun 1848

as follows: Worcestershire. —Rev. J. Bearcroft, Mr. Selby, Mr. Oscroft, Rev. G. Clarke, Mr. MTntyre, Mr. 11. W. Lindo, : Mr. Curlier, Hon and Rev. W. C. Talbot, Mr. Sidebottum, | Captain Clowes, and Mr. J. Oldham. SlurhriJye.~- | Messrs. Heming, J. Freer

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

2 Mar 1822

benevolent disposston of Mr Coutis. His table was marked by munificent hospitality suitable to his wealth, hut not any ostentations prodigality. The highest characters in the country were ready to accept his invitations, and his meicanlile consequence was

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

4 Jun 1917

Fab peas out his could harangnes on practice and on morels. In 1923,' he. went to the parish of Colinton, and there.'remained until his loth thirty-seven years later. The Rev. Dr. Lewis Balfour was Sir Graham Balfour's grendfathtr, and his youngest daughter

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

29 Jan 1906

Colour Socirty and teacher of art in Edinburgh. The deceased lady was a daughter of the late Mr. Robert Thorburn Rose, A.S.A., and sister of Mr. J. Thorburn Row. A.R.S.A., whose tragic death in his studio a year or two ago may he remembered. Miss Ross was

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Walsall Advertiser

Walsall Advertiser Staffordshire, England

27 Jun 1903

birthday, is one of four ladies who all bear the same title. She married,when very young, the third Earl of Wilten (the present Peer’s uncle), and after his death, in 1885, Mr. Arthur Pnor. Lady Coventry, Lady Cadogan, and Lady Emily Van de Weyer are her

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

9 Oct 1909

kisM-d luitul* hi«i appoUittu at ruor WiM-rnslaud. and Mr. W. Ttonsar. •. kis-s-d hands n Ida appointment as Coaiaal-'ioneral i Ai »sini.i '■unday his r<-a< Lieut.-<*en . s. iiuden- IN >well, andcouferred upon him the honour k night his-d. The King Monday

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