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Cannock Chase Courier

Cannock Chase Courier Staffordshire, England

31 Oct 1908

passage with wounds on his head. Alfred Leag, aged 72, of Westminster, fell dead while discussing the old-age pension which he was expecting. One of the most prominent Belfast stockbrokers. Mr. William Hampton, was found dead at his residence in Donaghadee

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

21 May 1853

inquiry : Dr. Topham.—l saw Mr. Gutteridge, and from what I observed of his I demeanour was springing upon his toes and biting his fingers. I left because did so. I knew he was invited by Mr Coleman, and had he not been Mr. Coleman's colleague and friend

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Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser

Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

22 Jan 1834

instance Mr. Dunn—On the honour of a soldier. I did not. Mr. Gregorie—ln what room in your bouse did she secrete herself ? Mr. Dunn—Why, in room. Mr. Gregorie—And you not know it ? That is very strange. Pray how many rooms are there in your house 'i Mr. Dunn-—My

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

12 Mar 1874

appearanee. Ocesspienous smog the members proem* were Mr. Ware& Mr. W. Z. Forster, Mr. Welter, Mr. Chaplin, Mr. Stansfeld, Mr. Malden, Mr. Cawley, Mr. Liddell, Mr. Wheelhouse, Mr. Whitbread, Mr. Walpole, Mr. Sue, and others.

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

8 Feb 1912

the ee•mt: iiiaheat more first hell. Mr. A. T-imhno.in ; pew', lot per. Mr. Martin: lid. Mr. Atkinein ; 3rd. Mr. I mite. Mra. B it tram ; I. Mt. , ; 3ed. Mew Simon; withal nunder. Mr.. Niekmn. —fluting the inPqval Mr. Austen Smith made • few remarks ea

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

28 Nov 1912

The First Actress.' by by Chriotopher St. John, ant Mr. Wilkinson's idow, by Constuuce CI , i, songs by Evangeline Florence ; aususiug demeogue by Mho 'Mlle Senile ; a huhu:wow piano ketch by Mr. Tom Clare; by Lydia STRUGGLE WITH MADWOMAN IN FRONT

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County Advertiser & Herald for Staffordshire and Worcestershire

County Advertiser & Herald for Staffordshire and Worcestershire Staffordshire, England

14 Apr 1894

and that was Mr. R. B. Martin, member for Mid' Worcestershire, who, when written to on the lothieet, did not reply. Mr. Martin's was a mixed district, and there were many electors in the Lye . who deserved his consideration equally with his agricultural

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

15 Jan 1891

(Ashurn Hayes), Mr. and Mrs. W. Cope Shaw-Lane, Mrs. E. Woolley, Mr. W. and Mr. Oldham. Mr. and Mr.. 1g..% Mn, Jacksou, T. ()skin, Mt.. Adams, Mrs. W. Baniiistrir, Mr. Talbot, Mr. C. Avery. Mr. It. Jarvis, Mr. E Winch, View article

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

11 Sep 1879

varied and extensive kind. Mr. Manville Fenn ling certainly not abything to his literary reritation by hie contninition,A perfect gentleman, the 'dory iwing decidedly tame. The portrait. are of Mi. Blanche Henri and the late Mr. Fechter Ham let. BURTON

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

16 Apr 1927

Youla Littleton; Capt. Hugh Drummond, Mr. Hugh Bell. Tho cast also includes the following ; Mr. Arthur Plant, Mr. Paul Stubbs, Mr. Harwell, Mr. Tuck. Mr. Elvin Harris. Mr. Rex Bull, Mr. Jack Beard, and Master lan Bell. The play, which is adapted from tlv©

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

3 Nov 1910

b. far his 1 pleas she sew bed Moths. G. A.. hi rsin aid she lst moon Molest ' mid b., • LL milder coold hare bore H.lAToellsano. A. to lend as —Tho nal Mt 'amid lam mw firm in she hand. Mentor. —Ms. Rs owns Mrs Amu.asmwatias .ems malts sea—Mr. Malin

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

6 Feb 1926

proposition of Mr. Major seconded by Mr. Hayward, it wag rc solved to bold this year's show Jul; 29. Mr. T. C, Ward proposed a hearty von of thanks 10 the retiring president vice-president, whose services to the ciety highly eulogised.—Mr. seconded, and

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Wolverhampton Express and Star

Wolverhampton Express and Star Staffordshire, England

7 Feb 1885

STAR, SATUPDAY, FEEIWARY 7, MR. ARCHIBALD FORBES'S TROLIBLIS At Elgin, on Thursday night, as Mr. Archibald Forbes was about to deliver his lecture, Warriors I have known, it was discovered that his manuscript bad been stolen. Mr. Forbes said he had several

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Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser

Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

12 May 1858

; the Mayor (Mr. Ironmonger), Mr. Joseph Walker, Mr. W. Warner, Mr. O. L. Underhill, Mr. O. Edwaides, Mr. W. Underbill, Mr. Cbolditch, Mr. B. Banks, Mr. Parke, Mr. E. Banks, Mr. C. B. Mauder, Mr. H. Banks, View article

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

30 Jul 1914

Mrs. Monne., the Hon. Gertrude Beat, the Hoe. Mrs. Hammond, Mr.. Gerald Carter, Madame Bertha Mayor', Mejor and Mr.. Lytwiten Robinsoo. Mrs. H. Me. kin. Al,. Clay iI I. Ifen.r.on, Mra. Hastings, Mr,. Laird., Mrs. 1' and Mots Man:hall. There many hatidianne

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

16 Nov 1899

nennesible. It was ranee eenntim nth moray, to My Mr. Cartwright a certain and let him employ his own amine Mr. Mondry t It a wealth of policy, not v. Mr. Wragg wrath' Eke to hear Mr. Tbornley's moons tor hi. Mr. Tbr , rllloy that if a man wanted an antierant

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Cannock Chase Courier

Cannock Chase Courier Staffordshire, England

21 Feb 1903

that flue silk umbrella that I carried to town today. Mrs. Wilson: Oh, uhat a pity! Wilson: Still, there is one eon. solstion—it wasn't mine. Mr. lbw: You think his an untruthful reset Mrs. Hay: My dear sir, he lies like • tailor. **Like a tailor

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

6 Jul 1901

••re from North Slaflordshirv The reonlu Fir* prire. £6. Mr. J. Batchelor s (Alvptkurch. WocrftdlHwhiref ’ ; eeuad. £3. Mr. A. M. * (Nee port Sw-.p* ’ £2 Mr. JoKrv.o (Mow umllw Udi*,’* hr. Mr W ttpsill’ft (TenaUpaii “It Hkel Maid/ -eopml claaa was fur

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

19 Apr 1924

ol f ’° ,W, ' , fe,, m ' , , .1 Ti V Note of Hand Ladies Gcutlemen intensive, good that Hi.- great objection t. iter I >u h operation available te'iis: Now is the time sow seeds out not . ion . if hi te positions. seh.-ol children, that would shorten

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

11 Feb 1909

meadow. *ad his meets emulated to madam Sr. Id.. • delleimoy Cll6 13v. 3d. AUUGRT VILLA.CIE. COWIST. Wake, Jams. ow. • bold P.M. Chapel. Whim *b. prnnid* of ob.* ion for mks of deb:. Mr. Cyril Mariann. &e.o.m. milder, ries° acme biaoufut e4a.. Mr.d. ftemor)

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