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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

29 May 1779

removed his niece the quality, but that Craggs found hcrout there, d llill her and the lady with hit letters, calling M.f. Claveruig hit Maria, his lovely dear Maria, laying, that lie gave his commiflion her account, and would n-ver defift from his purfult

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Bury Free Press

Bury Free Press Suffolk, England

29 Mar 1890

does deign from his lofty eminence to make one exception for discussion, and that is with reg*rd to Mr. O’Connor’s assurance to his chairman “That if ever Mr. Bourke had written to him he had never received his communication.” How does Mr. Boorke attempt

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Suffolk and Essex Free Press

Suffolk and Essex Free Press Suffolk, England

30 Jun 1927

Produce.-Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. Nevile. Jumble (Women’s Institute).—Mrs. Richold. Mrs. Bateman and Mrs. Mills. Saturday night (Mothers’ In ion).—Mrs. ami Mrs. Polly. Books. Mrs. Watson. Miss J. Bell and Miss (trice. Needlework (Women’s lustitute).-Mrs. . Allen

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

10 Sep 1909

Garrison, etc. » Mr. W. J. Catchpole was re-elected President, and Colonel Alderson and Mr. E. P. Ridley were re-elected Vice-Presidents, with the addition of the names of Mr. W. Pretty, Mr. 8. A. Notcutt, Mr. VV. P. Burton, Mr. Percy Turner, and Mr. lA. C. Churchman

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

21 Dec 1853

MORROW) THURSDAY EVENING- I.AUY PATRON ESBK9. llonhle. Mrs. Grey Mrs. Eagle lanly Culluin I Mrs. Bell Lady Walsham | Mrs. Conran Mrs. Rennet I Mrs. thnith Mrs. .lames B. | tJenllemen’s Tickets *» Ladies’ ditto M Children's under •’* Daneing commence at Nine

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

20 Dec 1900

Two miles. 7 Mr J. M. Bell's BLACK BREAD, by Bread Knife—Squaw, 4ys Owner 1 • 7 Mr Zt. F. Trenholm's PANTS 4ys Mr. G. Menzies 2 12 Mr Thompson's LOUIS D'OE, sys Mr. S. J. Bell 0 0 Mr C. E. Hunter's Sobieski aged Mr. J. Ferguson 0 ' 1 7 Mr J. Rutherford's

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Bury Free Press

Bury Free Press Suffolk, England

22 Dec 1934

Milfolk Aeomanry War of excellence, and his pedigiee cattle Memorial a, M. Mary st hnreh. hold their own in all the show yards Courtenay Warner cnnp.nc,m , country. Promincni amongst his >tli Lady Lem 1 i to* stock arc his pedigree Hock Southdown l'*b' Branch

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

4 Oct 1900

o.® 5.04 mployw. Mr. Horobim rx-olutiou. from thi. relmtonro xn.l had. ami hi tliankw them oiic and all trow the K. s. Jackion, * t , h-.t hi. opinion from motive, I' ‘B7 oyoid thi« miliboUom his heart. (Cheer.., He know that l, hi. bflt »ork who had

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

22 Dec 1896

altogether silent. His new , orb, England's Darling, has app:ared since his ippointment. Mr. Swinburne is represented by one ] siern, The Tale of Helen. The Seven Seas of r. ftudyard Kipling lire been much praised Ned , uoted from. Mr. Hillier], Watson's

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

9 Mar 1905

General Markoff. Lady Evelyn Cavendish, Earl Percy, Lord and Lady Windsor, Lord and Lady Mouutstephen, Sir George and Lady Georgina Buchanan, the Earl and Countess of Kerry. Sir Alexander Condie Stephen. Admiral Sir Lewis Beaumont, Mr. Rothschild. lieut

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

1 Jun 1858

uanlians. , h , Mr J. Ussetl, Wine merehsnl .1 lIOTSON. lerk. Ti ,‘ r i„« Mr. J. Danirtk Tburlow 1j.,,.; Slratlon, N-rUk. ITI, Mao. . >m«ni3rkei Mr. J. Lockwood Lowestoft Mr. Z. Chapman, inmloner IIKI’WAHE I NION. I; !:-f£Sm2rr.fcal.icn Mr- B. S. Tbmirood

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The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser.

The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser Suffolk, England

3 Jan 1893

of little Jack'. had we. sage& na as of his dear skis morehed. As always Wight father loved him so that he bed gives for his bey, sod_ her heart that Ime had trebly his errors. Ile of th• e.g with the May. Hi. his devotion to of. sod tha the hoar. Florence

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

2 Oct 1902

th- *? I*! Mr (00k® Mr. W. T. Durrant. Mr. H. W. | necessa.v. condense form b* r .iy is not , gii2 Uuaton. thw wlf® )* -un the study. n..w iuio chajH-ne . ©hgibl® l*vr appoiutuieut in m culture 1 ,l - ,pp * '“ Poe Mr A Mr. Sacb. Mr. R. .to 17

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

9 Aug 1854

where has been for many years tavourably ■ted M.r. lor l>e verier. majority ol dt'O over Mr. j. a zealous clergyman and kind and considerate his opponent : the numbers being, tor Mr. j.^aiord. |<>:s ; and Mr. Hastings. I'.tJ. 'I votes given ii THE Df.AN

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

28 Dec 1853

Lowestoft Mr. Win. Spaull, Librarian .\ market . . Rogers and Clark. Hook sellers Stuwmarket ..Mr. Geo. Hob'. Draper Sudbury Mr. William R. Roll'-, Auctioneer Woodbridgr .. Mr. Horace Neale, Grocer Yarmouth . Mrs. Davey. widow of late agent Yoxford Mr. Robert

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The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser.

The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser Suffolk, England

31 Dec 1867

l)ix..Mr. Jonns. Song./ The Mouse-trip MHn’*..Mo**rB. Smyth. A concerted Heading h ™ Dickens’s Pickwick Papers.” Bardell t>. P?ikwick. Judge, Mr. Titlow; Sergt. Bnziuz, Mr. Ebbuge; Surgt. Snubbin, Mr. Voung; Mi. Skimpm, Mr. Ctinovn; Mr. Winkle, Mr. Jon

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

8 Dec 1892

the Laird Steward, the Treasurer of Her Majesty’s Household, the Comptroller the Household, the Home Secretary, the Solicitor- General, and the Common Serjeant. The Town Clerk receives six yards of black cloth and six yards of green cloth. His principal

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

20 Jan 1857

rushed upon Mr. .Saxby, with knife bis hand. Mr. Saxby put Imnselt in position of defence, and warded off a fierce blow. Then commenced a regular “set-to,” the burglar slashing and cutting will, hi* large knife, Mr. receiving the l blows his stick, ami

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

2 Nov 1908

adjourned until Saturday. There were then present: Mr. H. Bit mtieldicbairinonof the Board o. Directors}, who elided. Mr. W. W. Welton. Mr. W. M, Tapp. . John Andrews (directors), Mr. John Arnott (auditor), Mr. Alfred Gall, Major W. H. Darken, and A. Fairwe-

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

30 Jun 1902

deferrail. Tha working arrangemanta tell upon Mr and .Mr*. Cutting. Mr. Mrm. Wahh. Mr. C. Cowlae. Mr. DunreM. Mr. and Mra. K. I owla*. Mr. and Mr«. H.Mtar. Mr. and Mr>. WiftenutD. Mr. P- Heata, Mr. Jairold, Mr. U. Cutting,

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