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Lowestoft Journal

Lowestoft Journal Suffolk, England

5 Mar 1904

hsnd, he takes longer, he will still be paid . his ordinary wo7es. Weston° entertained the North Pickenham Titus, while a workman may increase his earnteam last week, ar.d played en enjoyable and into by his own individual effort, he cannotloae by keenly

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

9 Jan 1904

H. He congratulated himself that the duties of his office were honorary, when his shortooinmg*, with such man the late laird Salisbury. Whatever hone shortcoming* might W. trusted that the Mayor and his colleagues would give him credit for a keen sense

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Lowestoft Journal

Lowestoft Journal Suffolk, England

27 Apr 1889

following Weditesday. Mr. Moriatty formed another Laird and Lady. This was thought to have developed slightly In his favour, but it was eventually drawn. The fourth game, anoth er Douglas, was well contested, but woo by r. Granger. Mr. Moriarty tried

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Lowestoft Journal

Lowestoft Journal Suffolk, England

8 May 1886

Bever. leaving his seat during the progress of a game. He remarked upon the conclusion of the last one played, that he had contested a similar one wit It Martins 18 years ago: Thursday's proceedings commenced with the second Laird and lady' game, Gardner

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Framlingham Weekly News

Framlingham Weekly News Suffolk, England

21 Feb 1903

come a step nearer and his voice had grown tender yet insistent. shrank back his visible emotion, saying coldly*' Vou cauuot possibly champion when you not know the rights or wrongs the matter.” He laughed gaily. “My dear lady, that is quite secondary

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

2 Jan 1856

has been announced. His Lordship is the youngest son ul the late Mr. Thomas Parke, of High field, near Liverpool, merchant of that place, by daughter ol Mr. William Preston. was born in 1782, and in 1817 married Cecilia, daughter of Mr. Samuel F. Barlow

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

6 Oct 1900

Welter < o, kinh.m HnU, JojopJJ OurTere. H.re^n” Mr. hSSJk m.' Sirred. A. Finchingfield. and Mr. M°r Mr. Wm. Webdale. of °7** Chw ! i, pm,,, M. Bjnf. Queodon 11*11, and Mr. Philip Church, of Stanstead. To th« Editor. Sir

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Ipswich Advertiser, or, Illustrated Monthly Miscellany

Ipswich Advertiser, or, Illustrated Monthly Miscellany Suffolk, England

1 May 1857

beside the castellan. Sir William Douglas, Laird Lochleven, on the table where he and his mother sat in state on the dais. Willie Douglas, who was waiting them, while changing the Laird’s plate, contrived to drop his napkin over the keys, which were five in

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Lowestoft Journal

Lowestoft Journal Suffolk, England

5 Jun 1886

have crowded out 411111Vurz to PROBLEM No. 106. By Mr. CN•aue Tames, Lowestoft GAMES. GLMR No. 165 — LAIRD AND LADY. The following play on this opening will form • good exercise for the student. Mr. Strickland, the Blindfold Champion, in contributing

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The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser.

The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser Suffolk, England

15 Aug 1899

collision. TILE DOCTOR AND HIS UNCLE. Mr. Godfrey Thrapp, surgeon, brought en action in the Queen's Bench - on Tuesday to recover from Mrs. Thrupp, his aunt, over £l6O for professional *fevers rendered by him to his late uncle, Mr. Frederick Thrupp, who lived

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

24 Aug 1910

l.ika Mr Eohbar Mr FtraaodM a 1 UaJa«hw(« LmM* N VkilMT'a « MandblMt T. J#nnin*»’» Dottatal Mr Bihbart’a Cfcaraot-Iraa Mr Ptßfrrt t Lord Hob* Pat ora Qw*m Ix>rd 0. nnodaa'a Mooaalilna - Mr A. Tm»n» I. Valodyortbl-Mra. Baat Mr J fUnaiek** Oloa Mr C. JoUifTa*

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Framlingham Weekly News

Framlingham Weekly News Suffolk, England

7 Dec 1861

Government. A Queen’s messenger is on his way to Washington demand immedidiate apology, and the restoration, or freedom, of the persons captured; and in the event the Washington cabinet refusing, laird Lyons ! will demand his passports, and England and America

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Framlingham Weekly News

Framlingham Weekly News Suffolk, England

25 Aug 1894

be found. Mr*. Charles is West Country woman, savs Great Thoughts. She was the only child of Mr. John Bundle, Tavistock. Devon, who, when the first reformed Parliament was elected, sat m it as M.P. for Tavistock. Mr*. Charles was married to Mr. Andrew Charles

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

3 Jan 1900

Marlborough. Lord Winchester, Lady Saiisbury, Lord Townshead sad his sister, Lady Anne Shersoe, Julia Lady Ails', Loefs Lindsey, Lisburne. Mahrambury, klestiorougb. Powlett, Strafford. Tankersdle, alai Whamliffe, Lady Effingham and Lady Sefton. Lords Clifden

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Bury Free Press

Bury Free Press Suffolk, England

19 Jul 1924

own and Lady Marjorie Stopford, Lady Bateman, Grace Lady Newborotigb. Lady O’Neill. Lady Buchanan .fardim*. Lady Maud Hoare. Lady Lady Joynson-Hicks, Lady Robertson and Miss the Hon. Mrs. John Wood. Mrs. Edmund Wood. Mrs.

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Framlingham Weekly News

Framlingham Weekly News Suffolk, England

17 Jan 1903

Countess Anna Liebeck, a German lady aged forty. She invited her young rescuer to ner villa, and they fell in love with one another. A fortnight later they were married, and the fortunate compositor has now brought hit bride back his native town. An electric

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Framlingham Weekly News

Framlingham Weekly News Suffolk, England

11 Feb 1899

Ormonde, Lord and Lady Dartmouth, Lady . Dartrey, Lord Wenlock, Lord Iveagh, General and Mrs. Neville iMtelton, Mr. Hugh Dawnay, Colonel and Mrs. Alfred Egerton, Mr. and Mrs. Egerton-Leigb, Colonel and Mrs. Longford Brooke. Colonel, Mr*., and Mies Cotton-

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

1 Jul 1910

Thorpa Smith. Raar.—l Baafer. Harwood, Cooper. Mother*' Race.-1 Mra. laaa, Storey. > Mr*. la'kerw- Race. I Mr. Storey. Mr. F. I. Greeawood. Mr. CoUiaa; aanaobtiaa. Mr. Bataa. Bab Cherry (bora).— Jaa. Carr. Dadd, Barley. I Vara Uoraaatt. 2 Roar Smith. Smith

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The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser.

The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser Suffolk, England

24 Jan 1899

fdarshrt OW Captain tea No=Lady Rigs aesiod • haw t o wall maim boa Wm 'OW etagefef ha/ WI ' Illareeem=ose iwwww. hot vary ipeteliy ' ' do 'War the Awl to the ' • Owsearailleabrowee Newlight Sosaish. Mr Ors loodurige his l they owe verytast, Ilwalg jois

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

24 Nov 1903

THE COLONEL’S Colonbl Tkwflbiiobb had become vaßuriv iuspvcioas Mrs. I law trey’s visitor Some rumours of the old scandal attaching to his name and to that of l-ady Malmcourt had reached his ear. and hart made him look upon the Count with doubling eye.

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