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3 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Sussex, England
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Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser Sussex, England

6 Jun 1877

near Biggleswade, has just died from the effects of bite dog. He was raving mad for three days before his death. The Prince of Wales has signified his intention to be pro* sent at the Handel Festival at the Crystal Palace, and will bo accompanied on the

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Type: Miscellaneous
Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser Sussex, England

5 Jun 1877

Langford, near Biggleswade, has died from the effects of a bite dog* He was raring mad for three days before his death. The Prince Wales has signified his intention to present the Handel Festival at the Crystal Palace, and will be accompanied on the the visit

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Type: Miscellaneous
Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser Sussex, England

9 Jun 1877

near Biggleswade, just died from the effects of a bite by dog. He was ravinf mad for three days before his death. The Prince of Wales signified his intention to be present at the Handel Festiv.il at the Crystal Palace, and will accompanied the occasion

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Type: Miscellaneous