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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

19 Apr 1909

the artist received them courteously. There wets nothing aggressive or affected about Mr. Lee. He did not wear his hair long. nor dress Mutt. conventional clothes. His studio was evidently a room for work and not display. although there were some fine

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Uttoxeter Advertiser and Ashbourne Times

Uttoxeter Advertiser and Ashbourne Times Staffordshire, England

9 Oct 1901

been on a visit to his the church, des vicar did not at mice edam arraapd se that all bet the uprights cen-be pick- lthropshire, and during his stay in ly removed to admit access to the tree. Cleee Iron was the guest of Mr. Billeee, his niers was • time

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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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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

22 Aug 1903

and Lady Leigh, the Dowager < dun teas of Roaalyn. lonian WaOa, and Lady Margaret < hanetia. Ccuneil on Monday confarred upon Mr. iam I’hi 11 pa honorary freadom of the borough •ppreciatioo aad recognition of eminent aerncea the town. The Max (Mr. H.

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Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle

Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle Staffordshire, England

31 Jul 1915

president, and Mr. John Turner lion, treasurer, while Mr, S. Hanmer was appointed hon. secretary and Mr. . Holt assistant hon. secretary Mr. S. was elcK-ted captain an Mr. F. Maddox vice-captain of the men's section, and Miss J. Ferry and Mrs. G. Holdcroft

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Cannock Chase Courier

Cannock Chase Courier Staffordshire, England

27 Feb 1904

as organist and ehoirmistress. As the Duke and his bride are cousins the tam sanction of the Pope bad first to be tattled. The Duke, wko is in his fifty-seventh ..-ill. is twenty years the senior of his bride. Th e ehapel was lavishly decorated with beautiful

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

8 Oct 1903

ewe jib el mod his gees A DERBY CASE. _n : I alba es Mu °Every pietaive Locum d film* D.M. Anal a story. • that Midst, et bow which has beim to the Deily gums !Moly, . her poen'' , , Pills. I toned Mrs. South to he • most pleasant t lady. God op, it 'would

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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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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

20 Mar 1942

bedrooms. Tel. PI&VIPApLTI BIRTHS BROOKES -On Much 17th. to Mr. and Mrs. Brookes. of IN. Neolsert-lace. Burdens. a dauehter tPaultnes. P2O EVANS. Ott March 17th. ■t The Limn. to fdebtl the site of Mr. J. A. Avant. of 20. iircssarselsrd . Trent Vale, a thartiter

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

5 Jul 1889

and that France. APPARITION OF LADY IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, Last night, the Speaker narrow ly escaped the shock of discovering lady on the door of the House. The untoward event was threatened just before division on Mr. Brsdlaugh's amendment Clee by

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

17 Aug 1909

the country's appear. ance awakened answering chords in his nature. Make myself a bt hip-shape first, he acid. HP resolved to Hat , a little and get rid of his wig twhieh now felt hot on his head), and so forth. He threw out a hie of ballast, and was

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

10 Jun 1925

schicles were not :awing an obstruction. The Magistrates' Clerk (Mr. W. Morgan asked Mr. Ross if it war. his subinission that a specially heavy, unwieldy vehicle was entitled to exemption. Mr. Ross replied that the defendant's Hrni adopted what they considered

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

12 Feb 1920

Miss Tayiord, Mr. and, Mrs, E.. 1. Wood, Mrs. Copelad, Mr. and, 3lrs. Copelaml, sir Lovelace and Leib , Mrs. Wm. Starner. Mis. and Miss Jetioure. Capt. SIMI Mar. EdwanlaHeathente Mr. and tile Hon. Mrs. Herein:rite, Mr. and airs. Heatheute, Mr. end the Hon

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

25 Jun 1930

Royal Warden (Mr J Hirst I R W Coiling Prince Marcus (Mr Barker) Bottenil Tippets (Mr J P Hornung) B Jarvis Lionella c (Mr Singer. Flying Spear f, (Mr Singer) .. Lawson Yellow Dun (Mr Straker. T Cannon London Wall (Mr G Allen) C Leader Sanity (Mr Gregory)

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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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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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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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