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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

11 Feb 1933

M.P., and Lady Samuel, were Mr. and Mrs. S. Stopford Brooke, Mr. and Mrs. Parnell Kerr, Sir Walter and Lady Layton, Sir Henry and the Hon. Lady Norman, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Reweastle. the Earl and Countess of Rowbery. Lady Victoria Russell, Mr. Ifor Loyd

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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

21 Mar 1885

2272 A Pohoolroom or Natsontid ; not beta [IL out bdoto ; 19 ; formed pupil teacher ; fond of &Mr's, arid wining ; *Jen slater. 17, Nuraemaid.— 1., care of Mr.,. H , The Gardena, Hoo!ey H 011144 Purley B. P. 0., Surrey. 2271 1001 C.—wanted, by April the

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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

14 Mar 1903

licensee. —lles Clerk said that on the lest mammon ho was (lady contradicted when he said the Farm hem case was under swivel to rho House of Lairds. He had taken die trouble to write to Mr. Hama, the megawatt.' clerk, and mace, tuned tacit ho was correct

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West Surrey Times

West Surrey Times Surrey, England

19 May 1900

Brodriek be Lady Brodnek, Lady Oweedolen °raiser by Crowfeet of Onalow, and Mrs, Beery P Holt. by Lady Corbott. Three at fusotion trended the Bari of Derby 4 Horsey and Mrs. Biearde. th e Counting Busker. Lady Hilda Bredeek, Loh and Lady Pottiest. UMW

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West Surrey Times

West Surrey Times Surrey, England

26 Sep 1908

tool Lebow Candi adositted Mum Mr. B. Wain (Typographical Asposiotioni and Mr. L. smell (Penmen's Phdernioni as cosididatee for Mr. Watson's met on the Edeastin Committee. A., however. Mr. Wataon bas not formally ragged his test, no was MM. Bine the Mat

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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

11 May 1912

londoa. cud for helping poor ladies, and as the audiences were large as well as enthuelastically appreciative thole wattles should reap substantial benefit. Mr. C. W. A. Trollops discharged the duties of stage manager. and Mr. Perry Leeds those of musical

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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

24 Feb 1940

, and Mrs. McSheehy, of Mabrouk, Woking, and Elisabeth Donnithorne, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Laird Warren, of Pembroke Rough, Woking. The engagement is announced between Colin Arthur Evans, son of the late Mr. W. E. Biggs and of Mrs. E. J.

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

21 Jul 1911

also present. capital tea, provided by Mr. M. M. Grice, of Redhili, was served, and subsequently a meeting was held, presided over by Mrs. Weston, which address was given by Col. R. H. Rawson, M.P. Mrs. Tracey, a lady from Australia, was to have spoken,

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West Surrey Times

West Surrey Times Surrey, England

13 Nov 1886

day' of Michaelmas Term at the Inner Temple, the treasurer, Mr. Stareley Hill, Q.C., M.P., and the bendier* entertained at dinner the 111srquis of Lorne, the I lome Secretary, Mr. Bailees, M.P., Mr. Reginald l'algrave, and other guests. Miss Cobden has consented

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

14 Oct 1932

memory of the late Mr. Pringle, a former resident of Banstead, who took great interest in the Home. At the opening ceremony which took place in a marquee in the grounds. Lady Ebbisham was supported by laird Ebbisham. Lord and Lady Riddell, Bishop Oolding-Bird

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West Surrey Times

West Surrey Times Surrey, England

14 Jan 1899

l•lwnheis. and Mr. Mc4.111: while the Policor to, the Bee& were Mr. Justice Mathew !presiding). MY. Justice Wills. Mr. Jestin• Lawrence. Mr. Justin , Wring,. Mr. Jrrtio• Men*. Me. Jost** Ken-1,100 . Mr. i.etina Itirtley. Mr. Jstntiee Bighsatt. Mr. .hissiee

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West Surrey Times

West Surrey Times Surrey, England

29 Aug 1863

relations of tbo Messrs. Laird, of Birkonhead, with tho Federal Government. Mr. Sedgwick says that in July, 1860, Mr. J, Howard, of New York, waited upon him with drawings, specifications, and estimates, from the Messrs. Laird, saying that he came their

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

26 Jun 1936

Dr. and Mrs. P. Bott, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryans, Mr. and Mrs. F. Batt, Mr. J. Blair. Mr. C. and Miss Ballantyne, Hon. J. M. and Mrs. Balfour, Lt.-Comdr. and Mrs. C. Brown, Mrs. Bennet Clark. Mr. and Mrs. M Bevan, View article

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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

17 Apr 1893

Upper Tedilingtoii. uml -Wanted. Young Lady, experieneed arum traetswihr.- A4dre.. M. High-«treef, tialhifont. GENERALServant Waidad : ogsud wage. given. and lama have good ehni.raeter age about a). Addra,.. Mr.. P.. arm* Heanwergullth. I[r eiENEILAL

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

28 Jan 1893

Miss S. Gordon. Laird o' Cockpen, Miss Sinclair and General Sibley ; song, Laird o' Cockpen, Mr. It&te. White China. Misses Sandeman and friends ; song, Dresden China, Miss Rolls. ulilijie Misses Rolls, Mr. M. F. Potter, and Mr. A. E. Best; grand

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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

28 Sep 1914

Anger across his throat, and uttering gurgling noise, thereby signifying his belief that that was way in which the French would treat German prisoners George Rowley, and his son, Lieut. Rowley, who is home from the front with a wound his hand, distributed

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West Surrey Times

West Surrey Times Surrey, England

4 Oct 1901

strongest in his chancier was called into action. He faced his future like a brave man determined to make the most of his days, • of the - which '.o make the best use a power was*. toidoubtedlypossessed. He remodelled his manner of living to suit his altered

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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

16 Dec 1933

tickets. were Lady Cameos. the Hon. Mee. Cubitt, the Countess of Midleton, the Hon. Lady Norman, Mrs. George Pinchard and the Duchess of Sutherland. The engagement is announced between Denzil Yongo Cubitt: The Middlesex Rmiment. elder of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

8 Dec 1933

Chavinouth. Limbrv, however w.is prevented by his wife and daughters Hint was flio reason!) from fulfilling his part of the bargain, and Charles had again to seek refuge with Wyndham before leaving Trent Manor on hi- I.cr»lons journey eastward. Not least in

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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

13 Mar 1897

be hed =mat, with Lady Maztomeek aed %lames omerreied Me diertwel Mo. sad Mated Met Mr Cherie* who lied at Gait diehard to do ea had now *wed sad (rewarded it to It tem bowsaw. aceornpmed ty • requite to he allowed So mop hie laird until Sepierelm. —Mmetal

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