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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

17 Jul 1907

for 100 seed. Lome nave earldom. Mr Joel's Mr lituatereemb Mr outuie alka Dent Mr Hugh Owen's °beano's* Mr G. y. Itemesue c by rfly—lkusbo. Mr F O. Barnard a by Silver Mr Jennings' f biattan—tineen pats vise ar J. Use's Mr W. Waiters, lee.. 1 by Pistermoriteldg

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

11 Jan 1843

brought by Mr. Jones, dentist, of Queen-street, llolhorn, to recover H. 7*., for fixing si* artificial teeth in the mouth of Miss Wills, housekeeper to ladies’ school Camberwell, The charge for the si* teeth was to have boon 3/. d*.; but his charges for

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

6 Mar 1793

ne confulted his fafetv by flight. The death of Louis XVI. appears have made but little impreifion his relation, the King of Spain. His Mod Catholic Majefry was preparing to hunt when received the news, he read the difpatch, and mounted his horfe. Two Englifli

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

6 Jun 1903

SUFFILK ASSIZES. SECOND DAY’S TRIALS. Mr. Ju.-Jr. Wrtfkt tt.wwyj hi. B,Volk K—.nr M 4 M Bar, mtsd'* at t.a .Vlork «hta OUiarda.i HIK LOBDSHIPH Lfc\IKNCT. U.« tnit dali«a.-ad ku dM-unja to l*» t«M pat bark oa ' caw af Cartfla ilk), tabram, ak. tadirlM

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The Suffolk Chronicle; or Weekly General Advertiser & County Express.

The Suffolk Chronicle; or Weekly General Advertiser & County Express Suffolk, England

2 Jul 1831

in the Bill are Mr. Evans, Mr. »♦ K,c ‘; and 'Mr Hudson (Jurney. On the evening the feocond day of Newton races, jingle engine brought 10 Manchester, the railway, from Newton, o *i<. nassenters Mrs. Fnzell. the victim the lust of Mr. Luke Dillon, has

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

31 Mar 1857

worked for Mr. Kerridge, and knew Mrs. Miller who paid the wages. 1 have heard Mr. Kerridge tell Mrs. Miller to upstairs and get the money. I heard Mrs. Miller say. You pay, pay ; but never pay me.” To this Kerridge has replied, “Tou will h*i e your money

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

13 Jan 1910

.ml Mr F.lm.r (Woolpit), Mr. J. %«K>DdH H.rlrwton), Mr. O. K. (Bar*). Mr. H. U«t I Barton Mill.l. Mr II (Mildrnbnlß, Mr. H. t. Herwood dpnh.m S». Mnrtin). Mr. J. Halo.m (■■(| > Mb). Mr. K. (bury St. fAitauud *». a«a oth«r«. mrlodiof Canadian exporter

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

25 Jun 1895

of Chivalry. Earl Dysart has forwarded to Mr. Thomas Ablewhite, Conservative agent for the Stamford Divi- sion, a copy of a letter he recently addressed to Mr. Frederick Tombs, the Liberal agent,expressing his intention in future to support tbe Unionist

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Framlingham Weekly News

Framlingham Weekly News Suffolk, England

18 Dec 1886

recollected Mrs. Sda the front “So!” she said, in hoarse whisper. “It hag eed, you hadn’t,” urged the officer, his professional parations for departure, and the time drew o Mr. Juibceßutt: That miprossionhas « »n- j u lajgSS. His wife and Mrs once alarm;

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

6 Jun 1787

has lately taken place in the South of Ire laird, in confequence of the marriage of one of their' titular BiQiqps. The perfon alluded to is in his pcrfonal right a Nobleman ; and in very advanced period of his life, having taken an inclination to nialrimuny

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Bury Free Press

Bury Free Press Suffolk, England

12 Aug 1871

andMarchtocssof HM H on. of Listowel, '■ al ' l ° f ,J ; xSamara, Mr. Horace Sey- Oliver Montagu, Lady Sophia Fitzgerald. Mr. Henry mour, Ma]or Grey, Mr. P. Knouys captain Thompson. Mr. C. the best days' holi- Campliell, AD C. J ™ l d Roya i pic-mc is

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

12 Apr 1854

the bill. (Hear, hear!) Altera few observations from Mr. Locke, Mr. Mr. Mamns, and other members of the railway interest, in general approval of the bill, leave was given. Sligo Bribery—Mr. Stonor.—Mr. Moore moved for a Select Committee to consider the

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

6 May 1910

faird* than to the Homo The « .ne have treated u* far mote uajiwtly than tl»# lairds have treated you- Mr. Asquith ia a much wer*e sinner agamet the Constitution than laird l«n*ilowne. rather have the Liberalise of John Stuart Mill than the one. «lded

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

7 Aug 1903

separated from *uy cauae. Lady Quitter is tb© I'lO'ideut. and 12i© Coin sat lee r.eludes the lion. lau.t ICravley. Mrs. Dourbai Toilemaoje. Mr-. Broke, Mim« J. It. Cobbont, Mr©, (irowee. Mis© M.iry K. Uruwse, Mi»© i'. Vera Cirowne, Mrs. Mr«. Muaduy, a..d a ILiwlej

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Framlingham Weekly News

Framlingham Weekly News Suffolk, England

21 Jun 1930

left—it was like «t«pping into burning, fiery furnace—he took off his hat ami hung it in the cloak-room. Then squared his Hhouldcrs, threw his chin, and with flush on hi* pleasant boyish countenance, marched for the amoke-rooin. Behind him. in the cloak-room

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

27 Nov 1903

LLOYD-GEORGE S SIMILE. Mr. Lloyd-George, M.P., ©peaking at meeting of the Oxford Tnion, on Thursday night, ©aid Mr. Balfour’s prei>o©ul© were futile, and li>© own party did not frankly accept them. Mr. Balfour wo* ©imply hatching Mr. Chamberlain’* scheme for

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

24 Apr 1860

50/.; Mr. Stephenson's colt by heat T*ove and two others.— Handicap Sweep of 2'*/. each: Mr. Baynes Hockley beat Beutinck and live others.—Match ; Mr. Ten Broeek's Cock-a-hoop Is-sit laird Coventry's Wanderer Free Handicap Sweeps of 50/. each : Mr. Xevill's

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

13 Jul 1782

Lord of the Treafury. Mr. Fox, great allonilhment i.earing this, his Majclly, If uncer this circumllance, he had any objeftion to his (Mr. Fox’s) naming the new fecretary Hate this his replied, lkat. Sir, is already done.” which Mr. Fox rejoined, then I

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

30 Jul 1845

were giv. n thus ; —Mr. I*. and Mr Darby against the preamble of the London and York, and Mr. Baring Wall f„r. Lord Courtney then the numbers equal by voting with Mr. Haring Wall, and the victory ol ’he York line was determined by his lordship's catting

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

14 Mar 1878

going lobby. Three Liberals—Mr. Edwards of mouth (who vehement Turkopbilc), Mr. Itaakey, tho bunker, and Mr. Ingram, the proprietor of the Hluttrated Aeirs—voted with the did two the Homs Raters. Sir Alexander oid ’** and Mr. Hubbard wore the only two

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