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The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser.

The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser Suffolk, England

26 Jul 1864

Montagu did nut think Mr, Maguire had made out his case. Colonel Dickson was not satisfied with the answer of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Mr. Norris, Mr. Black, and Sir. M. Farquhar supported the proposal for u committee. Mr. Watkin pointed out that

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

8 Apr 1904

Pritchett, Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Wilson, and Mr. T. Wilson iftreekey Ley). Mr. and Mrs. Victor Cuioael J. O. (Brook House. fcinghall). Mr. and the Misace T. Muwsr (SCtradiahall Mr. and Mrs, M. W. Claaghton (Foriiham At. Martin). Mr. R. J. Murrell Mr. H. (I

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

5 Feb 1909

Greyhounds, 41 each. Mr. J. W. Gowing’s Happy Fair beat Mr. M. W. Green’s Hew Mr. F. Betts’s Cough Drop beat Mr. H. W. Green’s Hew Generous. . Mr. E. B. Striblitig’s Happy Flint beat Mr. O- Norman’s Hard Winter. Mr. P. W. Hammond Heat Wave beat Mr. W. BMts's Pattern

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

7 Jan 1910

Elliott. Mr. John portion of the revenue ef the toeetry. which liege (Lindsey). Mr Everett Partridge (Kersey;, provided for the safety ef their pesperty. they Mr. W. Cook. Mr. «. J. Parker. Mr. U. Alderton, could doing anything unfair. had to Mr. R. J.

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Bury Free Press

Bury Free Press Suffolk, England

29 Nov 1884

Hutchinson, Colonel p r . Clarke. Sir H. Tyler. M.P., Mr. J. S. »<-«^ eiail Pavy, Sir Daniel Cooper, ~ . * phairQ** ll ' Messrs. J. Levy and B. L, & Mr J. P. Knight, Mr. A. Mr. stroudley. and Mr. George rT'EATING’S COUGH LOZENGES An ever increiblnf*

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Lowestoft Journal

Lowestoft Journal Suffolk, England

24 Apr 1909

tributor (who Is a well-known member of Mr. B. 'Jenson's Shakespearian Co.. and who is once aFaiii visiting Norwich shortly). proceeded Ito protect or eompose the following game. whieli produces his problem. Thal his est-up position is perfectly natural

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

14 Mar 1910

Atteniiin. Estimate* Frm. || tiaalrlt’ llluitrmted I m f «*»*(/. oml.tins /*A d<* p»-7r». o»r»- Hi Hi -»mi .w.. HI Trrft, to**, /’/on**, *r. - ,a ■ R I »'*< to «« HI ■ Hj ONE BUI CLABKTS to •a« raauA ear*, r.thor a*, all aeoa7r«A or oosslitatioaaJ Uisckarcao

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Bury Free Press

Bury Free Press Suffolk, England

30 Mar 1889

Coleridge and a special jury. The Solicitor-General, Mr. Lockwood, Q.C., Mr. Percy Gye, and Mr. Weghom appeared for the pUintiff; while Sir Charles Russell, Q.C., Mr. Finlay, Q.C., Mr. Lionel Hart, and Mr. R. A. Bennett were counsel for the defendant. .

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

9 Nov 1904

aanawtoa mr. prtafac tkat, ia at tto alaa at Ipawiek. tka Uat at aakaeriton ia aat tto taa(U tkat it ia Mr. C. H. Banna tka praaMaat tka rear, la a larpa Mr. Altort Baaaaa, wto kaa-warkaS aa kaiMaaS aaak aaoaan tar tto Stciatp, ia Ma Ckainaaa. wkila Mr. H.

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

16 May 1893

—Apply, Mrs. W. B. Brown, Woodland Cottage, New Southgate, London, N. WANTED, a good General Servant; two in family. —Apply. Mrs. Buiiimer, Nether Hal). Bradflald WANTED, a Groum, who thoroughly his duties, and willing to make himself useful.—Apply Mr. Honey

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

27 Dec 1800

soar out his estates. The rest of his revcKUie is to allotted to his creditors. The late Lord Rokebv, from the time the Bunk’s stopping payment, kept his money closely locked up in his own house. On his Lordship’s death there were found in his coffers

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

28 May 1909

8 _|»pait Mr B. Joel’s Oarnosk. bye. 8 'b. .Morton Mr M. Lytbam Hexham, ays. IS. Wootwa Mr V. J. Merry's Double Inrush. 4ya, g 12 £ S’ Mr Edmond £mhV« l<«*uir. 'rx's'. SV wi«£ Mr Qoomon, 4ya 8 9. Mr J. D. Cohn's Mather Dangerous, 4ya, g 0 Mr H. Hueeoea

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Bury Free Press

Bury Free Press Suffolk, England

23 Feb 1924

Monmouthon Thursday, laird Glanely announced hia retirement from the presidency next October. and his intention increase his recent contributions by AT2.500, bringing his total contributions to the College fund to ilfia.OOO I’olonp! and Lady Evelyn Guinne-a

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Bury Free Press

Bury Free Press Suffolk, England

29 Feb 1936

Mortlock and Mrs. Upson (sisters), Mr. Sayers and Mr. Epson (hrothers-in-Jaw), ami Mrs. Giirton. Mrs. W. Severs. Mr. and Mrs. I*. Sayers (nephews and nieces), and others. Mrs. Klvin (daughter), Mrs. H. Humphrey r,nd Mrs. Humphrey (daughters-in-law» were unable

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

4 Oct 1794

held at.tift Ship, Redmond’vßew, Mile-End, paid te ■ Me. Jamet Laird, baker, at Mire-Eua.oneof thschib. flureofa tooei. prise Mr. Memory. Sakcr’t-Krw, Wa>«ortfa. fbareof soopl. priae Co Mr. Edward William*, No. • Tdo'ey-ftrfcet, Soothwark. • A'ftureef

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Suffolk and Essex Free Press

Suffolk and Essex Free Press Suffolk, England

25 Sep 1924

(employees). Mrs. lalhot, Mrs. Hudsn, Mrs. Forster. Mrs. A. Kinit amt Mr. Mrs. Waller. Mrs horemun. Mrs. F. Hudson, Mrs. Harris, Mrs Bonham Mrs. ti. Fuller, Miss Bhomfield Mm. Ivatt, Mrs, Forster, iunr., Mra. H.

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East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk, England

12 Apr 1910

bridegroom. Among thane preaeat at the reception at Cromwell Mowee were Lady Wigan. Sir John Lang man. laird and laidy Fine. Sir Roderick ami lady W igan. Madame Hrirkc. Viee-ChanceUor and Mr*. Leigh Clare, the Coaat ami Vna Wemhemhe. Ur. and Ure. J. L. Winn

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

26 Feb 1904

will within reroUecliuo, waa ('pboraham). Mr. Mr. John . I'lke, a Varmoutb lady, who throughout her life dia- Gaae. Mr. Norton B. tiarraid, Mr. played keen intereat in t.liuroh work, favouring Edward Peck, Mr. Fairfax Wnoiawngh eud Mia»* partmolarly

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The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser.

The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser Suffolk, England

11 Jan 1898

brother and his wife ' and baby, and • fellow-peasenger named Alex Porteous, were hurled under the seat. Porteous imamspletely axed in by the woodwork. His left knee was pressing into the right side of Mrs. Minting. and his right leg was hanging down badly

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

6 Apr 1898

lira. Drake, Mrs. Deane, Mrs. Hanks. Mrs. Kobms.di. Mrs. Mill bank. .Miss Hughes, Mr. Kalph Hughes. Mr. Robert Hughes. Mr. Drake. Mr. Deane. Musters (i. Deane and J. Drake, Capt. Hughes, Mr. Arthur Hughes. Mr. My. Smith. Miss Smith, and Mr. 11. D. rainier

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