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

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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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County Advertiser & Herald for Staffordshire and Worcestershire

County Advertiser & Herald for Staffordshire and Worcestershire Staffordshire, England

19 Oct 1889

Till AkvaRTISIR, SATURDAY, OOTOBM 19, 1889. LADY DILE' AT CRADLE! HEATH. I WOBOISTEBBHURZ COUNTY COUNCIL. The fourth the el wee bold ea Moodur s 1 the Oe g r a gell, (Mr. G. W. 11.7.) p Lrl esti be bed • her Mr. Joseph espreeedog ou S i as. be hod bens

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

9 Jun 1898

who reliable awl and abnormal • gbduswel wally ia • few tams) ham Wiwi a& 1I ohs best m No lady rd damn* as and hither this kayo imam-heady whined by Nis rwardy. Mrs. Wilms, Howw teak Perk. tw Hal. eye: ie leo thaa 12 bones 1 was all after 1$ woes d misty

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

3 Feb 1894

cushion- Mr and Mr*. Oorbat, ailser Im* .Sir Thomns Ron. two silver candlestick* ami Mr* fathom. Japanese .-Hliinei- ao-1 lady Clementina Walsh. i«ir of Dres-ten -Jin-a ft,-n- -Mr All-ert rr, gold mounted whip Lady HtapleUm. aileer I—« AMey amt Mr* Bn* kwsy

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

13 Jan 1876

MR. PLIMSOLL'M iHTHWILILSTIC .11EET1NC AT . HALL, DERBY. A crowded and enthusiastic meeting was held in the Drill lfall on Momlay evening. when Mr Ili H. . minor Nlemlier for Iterhy, delivered his :.unreal address. The whole of the orchestra wee oeettpied

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Staffordshire Chronicle

Staffordshire Chronicle Staffordshire, England

14 Dec 1889

young laird that betray him. that’s Mr. dded Samir, drawing out hi» red sflk and mopping his face; ami I thine with me, 1 have laid such information tat I am entitled to the offered re Tram m quit, agree with you, Mr. HdV' dulpb. And then he from his chair

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

13 Jan 1894

rhando* Pole, the Hon Mr« t'olvile. Lady and (•resley, LorLady Ilathi rton, Mr. and Mr*, .lei vis Smith, the U*v. Canon and the Hon Mrs. K-ildcn. Mr an I Mr*. Ricbardsnn. Mr. aud Mrs. Cro* man the Rev. .1 T. anMrs. Chlopendall. View article

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

17 Sep 1898

lion l.illlalon, Mr and Alioa Shaw Stewart, Viacounl and Viwuonlaaa Naw ark. ilia Mon. A. C. and lady MarKarai Litllaion, Miaa I. l.itiletou, Mr. H. lleber i'atry, ih« IU-v C. IC. and Mr*. Shaw Siawari, Mi and Mrs W H. Sbaw Hiewarl Mr W Shaw Slawarl. l-ord

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Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser

Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

23 Sep 1857

placed at the bar of the Central Criminal Court to take his trial.—Mr. Bodkin and Mr. Clerk attended to prosecute. Mr. Edwin James, Q.C., and Mr. Serjeant Parry, were specially retained with Mr. M’Mahon to defend the prisoner.- -When the case was called

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

10 Dec 1868

the nation Mr. Johnson represented. Mr. Odger called attention to a letter he had received from the Foreign Affairs Committee of Sheffield, signed by Mr. lasso Ironside, referring to the fact of Mr. Johnson having shaken hands with Mr Laird, and so becoming

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

26 May 1894

Ifeaosgste and *truck Mrs. Knight, daughter of Mr. Edwin Goodbead, retired tailor and clotnierof P.urton Trent, and tier child, eleven month*. The sufferers were conveyed ko the Royal Infirmary. Ait they ex|»ired on way. Mr. Knight and a lady friend of deceased

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

1 Feb 1872

bringing of total we at the West Bin* Laird, the Bas u d as the Des, slats th edlelea wed alas. . obverse's, was Whirls% a wreck VW was written ea beard the dated Dealer her 24, 18;1. 'Market toys **Maw mar Laird was on a down in this chart, Yamaha( the

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

18 Sep 1869

included—Mr. and Mrs. Wood, Alisa Wood, Miss EL Wood, Air. John B. Wood; Mr. William Wood Blake and Alisa Blake; Mr. \eeles; Mr. and Mrs. Copeland; Mrs. Price Wood ; Miss Mary Ann Wood; Mr. Sterner Broade; Mr. and Mn. Brodie. of Idives: Miaa Brodie; Mr. T.

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Uttoxeter Advertiser and Ashbourne Times

Uttoxeter Advertiser and Ashbourne Times Staffordshire, England

3 Nov 1897

during the continuance of the trust. lie bequeathed to his cousin, Frederick James Drury, to his private secretary, Miss Victoria Benyon. ; to his bailiff, David Whiting, £100; and to each of his *errand of five 3'ears service at Hindlip, also Pen-le-dale

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

14 Nov 1878

with his left hand. Captain White hold down his heal, and witness struck him with his right hand in the face several thins. He seemed very mach exhaemted, said drew his breath very har.L No blow of the whip fell upon witness. Captain White and his nephei

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

5 Aug 1880

wishing for his hat breath ; but instead he was perm wry in an atmosphere of love and devotion, with his only daughter as his constant nurse, and with every comfort red attention that the skill or heart of man can doe hie. Yet the poor old laird was strangely

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Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser

Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

20 Apr 1859

alleged adulterer was Mr. John James Cany, civil engineer, then residing Surat, and who was employed on the Baroda Railway. On the of November, 1867, Mr. and Mrs. Sand with took drive, and on their return retired to their bedroom, when Mr. Sandwith went to

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Cannock Chase Courier

Cannock Chase Courier Staffordshire, England

21 Jan 1899

()and night, dud dear. Lord Leslie fondly embraced his child. and went to Ifie study. Instead of settling himself to his writing at once. howe►er. he sat at the fable with a thoughtful frown on his face, and smoked hts woe. watching the smoke ascend

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Cannock Chase Courier

Cannock Chase Courier Staffordshire, England

28 Jan 1899

documents Mr. Jame Hart, the Procurator Fiscal. after a con. have been pot in. this arbitration is expected to lasi eultet.oe with Mr. Mclntyre and Mr. Mcleod. does for several nionthe. The Attorneydjeneral, with not specify a sum at all with the Mr. G. R

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

13 Jul 1865

again lit in the be eh old be, and the yeting lady died. When he faster If and Mr. Gladstone. he trusted, would rime took witness told him of the la-It's death, and he fell take his loedship's plaiie,—and Mr. Plimsoll would ,d.. Din a tit. She obtained

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