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Sussex Agricultural Express

Sussex Agricultural Express Sussex, England

1 Aug 1902

Spencer, Mr. E. Cronk, Mr. Wheatley, Misa Bootes, Mr. Alderman Delves, Mr. Hy. Miss Allsopp, Mr. Councillor Passingham, Mr. J. A. Punton Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Dennington, Miss Palmer, Mr. Oaten, Miss Ongley, Miss Watmm, Miss Page, Mr. and Mrs. Bullen, View article

Type: Illustrated
Mid Sussex Times

Mid Sussex Times Sussex, England

4 Aug 1891

another told latc U* Ramsey in his “ Reminiscences Scottish Life *» Character. A certain country laird with some affection which produced marked lessness. All sorts of remedies f« the insomnmwm tried, but tried vain. The laird had a,“® was what is called

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Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser Sussex, England

1 Jan 1827

plot briefly follows. The Laird of Glencairn goat to the holy wars, leaving his countess and infant son the protection of his brother Clanronald, the latter employs assassins to murder his brother on his return home, and usurps his titles and estates. The

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West Sussex County Times

West Sussex County Times Sussex, England

29 Jun 1951

on Saturday, when the two daughters Mr. and Mrs. K. Bavin, Gladstone-road, were married at Tonbridge Pariah Church; Ue was Mr. Frederick diaries Lane, of Mr. and Mm. F. C. Lane, of Oak laugh, Siinfoid, Horsham, and his I,ride was Mias Pamela Irene Bavin

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West Sussex Gazette

West Sussex Gazette Sussex, England

18 May 1939

of the most brilliant figures of his time were centred around his humble lodgings. Lamb himself was accustomed to attribute even his capacity for attracting friendship to the aura of his old school. The Headmaster, Mr. H. L. 0. Fleeter. acknowledged the

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Eastbourne Gazette

Eastbourne Gazette Sussex, England

9 Sep 1891

Dsridaou Mrs * MiM Masars Wbataljr ArchdaaooD and f 3 Filch Mr sod Mrs J. T. Uaruaa Mr I*. Field Mrs Mlasaa and Msstar Wild Mr Mrs aod Miaa Wild Mr U. JouasMrssodMlaaaa 55 Barelar Mr * Mrs K. Mr Mrs and f Hssaldau View article

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West Sussex County Times

West Sussex County Times Sussex, England

20 Jun 1891

place first in ability as an organiser and as a speaker. ilia tugged style, his homely parables, his strong eosemon-sense, are all in his favour. Tom Mann I. rugged, too, and his force is that of the sledgehammer. Like Burns. he was an engineer in trade

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Brighton Guardian

Brighton Guardian Sussex, England

3 Feb 1869

with a tilrer harp pendant Th* Hoo. Mrs C. £. Petra’s Poudri QuadrilU was danced the Hon. MraC. E. Petra, Lawranea, Mia Espinasee, Mia Caitd, Mia 'Wilkinson, Mia Fane, Mr Johnston, Mr Searle, Sir C. Nugent Mr Woolley, Mr Mitchell, Major Carpenter. Both ladia

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Surrey Gazette

Surrey Gazette Sussex, England

17 Dec 1861

preeent year Citto, Mr. John Briggs. •ke off his clothes. Mr. Lee implored them to spare bis life . ha p a p . tre•ht ha• ••• 0 gra - .Ind attracted great attention. The poultry show was Clam /1.-Li for the bast fir lacked brown when& Mr. P. Pot- premising

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Chichester Observer

Chichester Observer Sussex, England

30 Aug 1947

was a large attendance. A variety draw was given by Mr. and Mrs. Bateman and Mrs. Allen, and was very much enjoyed by all. Mrs. Drill displayed a wonderful set of china pieces. The members thanked Mrs. Drill for the evening’s entertainment. TISuMJmNT REVWAL

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Littlehampton Gazette

Littlehampton Gazette Sussex, England

17 Sep 1926

page. Other characters prominent the scenes at Mrs. s liunse at Coring and at Mrs. Ebley's were laird Hilling (Mr. Julian U’Albie), laird Elton (Mr. C. Jarvis Walter). Lady Frillton (Mias Violet Elliott). Mrs. Ebley (Miss Annie Chippondale). NO. 17. It

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Eastbourne Gazette

Eastbourne Gazette Sussex, England

3 May 1882

RD., Mr sad Mrs;Powell &J Mr aad Mrs Pinchia & I Kr sad Mn Dammam Mr & Mrs Alexander Mr and Mrs Soarers & Mr and Mrs Gabriel t & s 11 Mrs and Mies Aingsr Non Mrs Woos & Mr &Miro Esstvinod View article

Type: Illustrated
Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

24 Aug 1956

Barnett is a gay delight. Lady Jane, bv Evelyn Roberts as the kid neat door. money for author Richard As the Eton boy who lakes the her father and by a restrained Ken- TUYUC Buckle. question in his stride and discusses ncth Laird the poor relation to IJlfivli

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Horsham, Petworth, Midhurst and Steyning Express

Horsham, Petworth, Midhurst and Steyning Express Sussex, England

6 Jan 1880

caught the train he would, probably, bare saved his life. Among those who went by the train there was a lads., Mrs. Faeton, widow of the late Rev. James Eaaton, Old Meldrurn, bad been on a visit to her aunt, Lady Baxter, at Moray-place, Edinburgh, sad was

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

29 Jun 1956

on the wall and he had to stop hammer- Producer Peter Wood groups his characters and his arc lamps With apologetic gestures towards cunningly to make lovely thing Miss Allan, Mr Laird accepts the of that Alpine landscape of‘ce and gift and hands on to

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Brighton Guardian

Brighton Guardian Sussex, England

30 May 1832

which was very loudly cheered. deputation alter wards dined with the Lord Mayor. Lord Ebricglon, Sir F. But. Mr Urn-' and Mr Hume, Mr and J. Sparks, Mr nod the Lord Mayor, sereraUy returned thanks, and explained their opinions and acta during the late transactions

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Hastings and St Leonards Observer

Hastings and St Leonards Observer Sussex, England

29 Apr 1911

Arbuckle. A. Relton, Mia wards. Mrs. Ogilby, Mr*. Rvle, Mr. ant re. E. A. Lock hart, Miae Waiawright, illing, Mia* Woippert. Miae Wills, Miai Kiev, Eesorv, Mr. and Mr*. Rise borough. Mr. and Mrs. Duval 1, Mr. Filbay. Mr. J. and Mr. T. Mann, and tin following

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Eastbourne Herald

Eastbourne Herald Sussex, England

30 May 1953

attitude to the things of the spirit,” said Mrs Rae. Earlier in the service Mrs Ernest James, vice-president of the council, read the account Solomon's dream and his request for the gift of an undersUnding heart. Mrs A. M. Parkinson, past president of Jhe

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West Sussex Gazette

West Sussex Gazette Sussex, England

18 Dec 1862

men will work at a cheapMbe Mae Ethel, Mr. •d Mrs. M. rate lieges mil keep luny. It wee • Ilemplinn, Mr. end MIL T. Grantbam. Mr. M. P. OSMOSIS'S, thin at the litee deem. Nottimil, Ir. J. A.m., Mr. R. Skinner. Sergeant in the Matta. corn am. low in

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Type: Illustrated
Littlehampton Gazette

Littlehampton Gazette Sussex, England

24 May 1929

personage in “The Mikado. adding to his many other duties that timekeeper, referee, and laird High Kxacatioaer. Ha would therefore only repeat how grateful they were to the laird Mayor, the Lady the Sheriffs and their ladies, for sdding so much and intenwt

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Type: Illustrated