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Sussex Agricultural Express

Sussex Agricultural Express Sussex, England

13 Jul 1945

pro gramme on Sunday Hi Neigh-1 bour, with Jean Parker and John Archer. In support I Public Enemies. with Philip [Terry and Wendy Barrie. Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon co star in the film version of Louis Bromfield's novel, Mrs. Parkington. the absorbing

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Bognor Regis Observer

Bognor Regis Observer Sussex, England

1 May 1907

PIER HOTEL. —Mr Eaward Pesehemaeber, Mrs Walters, /dim+ Rue, Mr and Mrs Mane, Mr Liuhtbody, Mr and Mri Clarke, M r Raymond, Miss Goldby, Mr Wilkins, Miss King MANSION. -Mr and Mrs Ridgway, Mrs and Miss Drewett, Mr and Mrs

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West Sussex Gazette

West Sussex Gazette Sussex, England

13 Apr 1939

privilege of Mr. John Flowers. K.C. to extend a welcome on behalf of the Bar to Brighton's new Recorder. Mr. Charles Doughty. K.C., when the Recorder presided for the first time the Quarter Sessions here. In gracefully acknowledging that welcome, Mr. Doughty

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Bognor Regis Observer

Bognor Regis Observer Sussex, England

29 Jul 1925

•*SNant •TROT Darns. mu. SWPiLyO roues WATSN. At a special sitting of the Chichester City Bench. before the Mayor (Mr. A. F. Lewis), and Mr. J. R. Hobbs, on Friday morning. Sam Tevershass, comsniesios agent, of Portsmouth. and Charles James Bows, of 140

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Mid Sussex Times

Mid Sussex Times Sussex, England

15 Apr 1913

possible people who had talked about Hi. even applied to his friend. Lady Caroline, the one epithet she could not have forgiven, since it commented on her age. Time was when had captained the cricket team. had resigned his place of late years to younger man

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Mid Sussex Times

Mid Sussex Times Sussex, England

5 Aug 1930

noticed Lady Mount Stephen, Lady Denman, Mrs. and Miss Herraon, Mrs. Denny, Mrs. Hales, Mrs. Messel, Mrs. and Miss Reid, Mrs. C. H. S. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Cumberiege, Bliss Man- Barret t, R.R.C. (Matron). Mr. R. Chandler (Iton. Treasurer) and View article

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Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser Sussex, England

10 Mar 1823

Square, Captain and Mr. Sotheby, in Charles-street, Mrs. W D. Armstrong, at 70, Marine Parade, Captain Macalister, at the Marine Hotel. Mrs. Innes. in Place, Mr. and Miss Bishop, at Steyne, Lady Best, Mr. C. Gambier, Lord and Lady Raveusworth and Miss

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Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser Sussex, England

31 Jan 1825

Doctor Laird, Mr. and Mrs. Cole; Lieut.- Colonel Addrew Tilt, in Broad Street; Mr. W. Newnham, at 1, Bedford Square; Captain Fair, at S, Devonshire Place; Mr. Hawkins, the Gloucester Hotel; Mr. G. Brown, at 125, St. James's Street; Mr. Gardiner, Mr. and

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Eastbourne Gazette

Eastbourne Gazette Sussex, England

7 Sep 1932

Chubb. Mr and Mrs H, Clog* lady Dickenson. Mrs R. C. Dawson. Bon. Mrs Dyson Laurie. Mr and Mrs Dennis, Lady Dent. Miss Dennis, Mr sad Mrs Ewart. Mrs Eeley. Miss R. ■Hot, Mrs T. M. Elliot. Ike Lord Foley, the View article

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

5 Aug 1905

Miss Marie Tempest and Mr Como Lennox, Mr H. V. Esmond and Miss Eva Moore, Miss Constance Collier, looking extraordinarily unlike Nancv Bikes. and Mr and Mrs Gerald du Manrier' Among other visitors are Mr William . Nicholson. Mr Max Beerbohm, M. Rivarde

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Horsham, Petworth, Midhurst and Steyning Express

Horsham, Petworth, Midhurst and Steyning Express Sussex, England

25 Apr 1876

Court ; Capt. Pk?dell Mrs. Pleydell Boaverie Bonfire night Mies Martell Bouverie, Mr. Wilfred Pleydell Bouveris Mr. J. Playdpll Mu, John Parker , ism& lady, temps. 16tb Mtn. W. Pot!, A; Alsace ; Mr. LP:llock, dress, 12th oentary Mr. Harvey useell, Claude

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

19 Sep 1958

#■ J M With membership of 115. its his triumph this weeks Connaught main obiect being the provision Theatre programme states. Mr YOL have hand it to had a surprise. I came expecting celebrity concerts at modest Laird has been popular leading Twinkle. The

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Mid Sussex Times

Mid Sussex Times Sussex, England

20 Mar 1906

repudiating Home Rule in all its forms. Mr. Agar-Robartcs was to follow the whilom Premier, and whether had decided beforehand, whether he had made his mind while Lord Rosebery’s speech was in progress, make up his mind did, and declared there and then

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Hastings and St Leonards Observer

Hastings and St Leonards Observer Sussex, England

8 Sep 1928

prize with a nett score of 75. . Mrs. Fnrnfield was the first prize-winner among the ladies, with nett score 73. Mrs. Lewis Miss Blackmail tied for second place, but further nine holes was played off to decide the tie and Mrs. Lewis finished victorious. The

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Hastings and St Leonards Observer

Hastings and St Leonards Observer Sussex, England

4 Jul 1914

Doubles: Mr. .and Mi*. Brown. beat Mr. Smith and Mix- Bower. l Mr. Tavlor and Mrs. Brown, 6—o. heal Mr. Sinden and Mrs. Senile. 1-1; Mr. Taylor and Mr*. Brown. 6—«. l»eat Mr. Searle and Miss Tlartnup. 2 ■>: Mr. Snialltfood and Miss Crump. 6—6. lieat Mr. Smith

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Chichester Observer

Chichester Observer Sussex, England

17 Jan 1894

and Mrs. Tolson, Major Thomson, Ur. G. A Tyacfce, Miss Tufnell. Mr. A. E. Venning (Hays! Sussex Kegiment). Mr. F. Williams-Freeman. Miss Wilberforee, Miss Wuudhouse, Ur. E. B. Wannop, Mrs. Weston, Miss Weston, Mrs. G. Weller-Foley and party, Mrs. Russell

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

25 Jan 1879

Imes ewe semisd est. rb• ilia wee ample' sel G theMe aim= limy), while Mr Garet P.P.G.M..Liman (Mr ens is the agegiudr. There in proses* Loot: 1 Gwent lie* Y.P. Mr IL D. les& M.P., Mr J. W. BMW (Cleirmse el the Move Osemaisesep ; Des. J. IL eed A. Ileadmese

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Mid Sussex Times

Mid Sussex Times Sussex, England

6 Jun 1945

Clarke, National Conservative, defeated Mr. A. K. Millett (Labour) by 22,207 votes to 5,708—a majority of 16,499; The Division has always been represented by a Conservative except when it was captured by (the late) Mr. C. H. Corbett for the Liberals, with

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Surrey Gazette

Surrey Gazette Sussex, England

28 Dec 1866

although time and the 'kill of his physicians have brought some small aluviation of his calm*, a font glimmer of light alone remains, and known by green shade over his eyes, Earl Forteicue is scarcely able without maistarice to lad his way to hos Art in the of

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Mid Sussex Times

Mid Sussex Times Sussex, England

1 Dec 1891

committed suicide b.y shooting himself with a revolver. Mrs. Ward Bsscnsa relates interesting account how and where her late husband preached his first sermon. It appears that Ur. Beecher taught his first school in Northbridge, Mass., and here one evening

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