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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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Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser

Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

18 Nov 1835

kept Mr. Noake, 'where was put to bed. Next day he appeared ill that Mr. thought would die. He complained of great pain, and showed Mr. an abdominal tumour to which he attributed his illness : but notwithstanding his alleged ailment, he “eat his foodwell

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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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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

18 Jun 1927

M» tiloor’s fellow offi cers in the St* n tl Wo’stan Union. Mr. Wood, clerk to Stoke Boanl. pre* and he ai inaiiy others high tributes Mr. Bloor’s natu ability. and his unlairafg penooal Mr. Bloor charm. 1 have ❖ Monday and Tuesday were red letter daws

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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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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

7 May 1932

Richard Cosway miniatures are (Mr. Lloyd White); « carved staged by Lt. Col. Parker Jervis, these being Lady Coventry and Mrs. Abingdon; the Earl Bradford supplies a miniature by Cosway Orlando Bridegman, « nriniature of Mr. and Mrs. Bridgeman by Samuel Shelley

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Cannock Chase Courier

Cannock Chase Courier Staffordshire, England

7 Mar 1896

wrong, exactly.' - Is Mr. Verschoyie well? Yes, he is well—he is down in his study. In his study nme Yes: dun I soil know that he has a bed-room lilted up inside his study ? Ile often sleeps there w►en he is busy with his ritiog. tie say* ideas

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

25 Dec 1913

appesrance. an anxious look in his eyes as, bending• be moistened the lips of h friend. Feel better, old mu? he queried anxiously, r the sick men Irked up at him. Satano shook his heed and, grnpieg, thrust hi• hand beneath his pillow, from whence he drew

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

11 Jun 1904

Standoo hrtplain the Lonl Lienteaaßt), and iaidy Margaret Littleton, latter ac< ompanied lady ether too. Mrs. J M. Webb. Mta. Oardiner, Mrs. Jobnson and aeveral other ladies, having taken ♦ Ireir station the -tops leading to the dal*, the ••erememyof the colours

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

10 Jan 1903

Mabel Keayon Klaner, Mr. and Mrs. Capet Cura. Mrs. l%«rnport aa«l MU« Haven port. Mr and Lady Certrude Moarktoo. Mr. and Mrs. Kustar, CoL Watb. M P.. Mrs. Weld . Mrs. and Mia* VeraoD. Mrs and the Mlssea Thorneyrroft and Mr. and View article

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Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle

Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle Staffordshire, England

23 Mar 1907

are coed to le amuse, It Ia Mrs Dilly HlMlai sal sue isle the following report is given of • term by M. T. W. North, late impair eh St. Peal's Choral. Walsall, sod amens• pair le Mr Walsall Phebanamis Cara : The task by Mr. Mork was • very seasprearamim

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Cannock Chase Courier

Cannock Chase Courier Staffordshire, England

11 Jul 1896

clock. he came to his room about seven o'clock in the evening. set up his long pipe. and there. and so. remained till one in the morning. I never knew him absent. never saw him stroll in or out in evening dress never knew him miss his leader. He was e

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

2 Feb 1871

'wreck, and Mr Tempeley and his f mil, had to hike shelter elsewhere. foe accident at a MD. =sot I)3i:clime) , calculated to damp the j iy of the reindents in the Loam Jot three h .urs previously Mr. Tesapwlet. wed that his eldest survi me, Mr. hand grade

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

6 Apr 1901

the Misses Marsh. Mr*. Cracc. Mi. W. K. Blyth. Mr. W. Bayliss. I>r. Cooke, Mr. J. I’rorman Smith. 1 Mr. C. Kill. Mr J. Mode?. Mr. and Mix Clarice. Mr. A. W. Createn. Mr. and Mr-, T. dame-. Mi B. Thoiuu.-. Mr. D. Hipkiu-. Mr. Hipkin*. View article

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

13 Jul 1907

rilv. u« caddy—Mr. Mr*. Jell. ellTer c*du> aod Mr*, (Mae, twu Milver bonbon dlaht-a -Mr. and Mr«. C01m11,.. t«o Mtiu aacbeU—Mr. and Mr*. W. staruer. cordtable The Her. and Mr*. gold |m uni easo- Mr*. Cohen, aix alive• ramakm caacs—Mr. and Mrs. U. Johnson

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

27 Jul 1907

calf. Mr. S4gs.. Bristol Sweetmeat, ’ Mr. Morrla-krton. 60g«.; guoenk- and calf. Mr. P. Hunter. Two- I Mr-old heifers. Balleof Nobold bth, Mr. Morrisyton, logs . • IfriDocss Day 3rd. Mr. H. Duddmg. 3.. g- Yearling hclf. rs. ** Nobold Dameel. Mr. U.

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County Advertiser & Herald for Staffordshire and Worcestershire

County Advertiser & Herald for Staffordshire and Worcestershire Staffordshire, England

3 Jul 1869

was born in 18E6 Mr. 8. C. Hall was examined, and proved the of the petitioner's parents. Mn. Dears Margin also examined. Mr. Henry Spread, a relative of the late Hon. Mr. Deane, and others, testified to the birth of a child in 1854. Mr John O'llagas, Q

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Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser

Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

30 Apr 1862

very fertile tract. has been allowed some few weeks to reap and remove his crops and stock to his new place of abode ; he to receive £lO mouth for himself, and £T a mouth for each of his councillors from the government. Tlie attractions of the metropolis

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