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  • County: Westmorland, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

7 Apr 1893

to your side but for my wreaked and rained state, he said, with a half suppressed sigh. His look, his tone, and, more than all, his allusion to the calamity of his house, broke the spell of reserve by which she was bound. Oh, do not say that you are

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

2 Oct 1895

their way towards the ladies' cabin door, and he was told that an the ladies were out. Hsi called the assistant stewardess, but got no answer. In two or three minutes the flames reached the cabin door, and exit was then impossible. Mr. Hatchett Jones (who

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Kendal Mercury

Kendal Mercury Westmorland, England

7 Jun 1873

breekfcetib* «« AofrtoeMc Wlowing her. He her, ead Ae toU hi* about hie burioeae, aaahe did west to hare aovthing to ny to him. He replied that ha would her hare edmething to to hi*, aad ehe tan fro* hi* and treat ioto the *lll. About ehma o'clock paaaiog

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

14 Jul 1893

mine his lairdahip came into the inn, and I made a bow, and offered his lairdship the wedding gift, wi my master's respectful guid wishes. His lairdship smiled pleasantly, and tauld me to fetch it after him up to his chamber. I followed my laird upstairs

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

11 Sep 1891

made against the Canadian Post- Master G-neral (Mr. Haggart), imputing to him improper conduct towards a lady clerk in his department. This matter has been discussed in the newspapers for some weeks, and, as Mr. Haggart says, the insinuations have been spread

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

15 Jan 1892

(before Mr. Registrar Hope), the examination of the officials of this society in liquidation was mourned. when Mr. Robert Airey Janos, the managing dirootor, was in tbe box day. Mr. C. J. Stewart, ths Official Liquidator. examiasd' In person. Mr. E. C.

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

19 Jun 1895

While you ewe out of the room with Mr. Merefard She (Donor Ramp in te pao his reepevta to the bride and groom, and then *food with me, la/h4nd• the grandees, and told me all abuut, it—how you was his daughter and Mr. litewanTs'irife ! Of course, naturally

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

29 Sep 1875

n to swims k iwi 11 w ltas or sympathy with tie Kr. P.as= ma im Europe, ocompied the &Mr. Zr. Oases% Mr. ant of Naples. Mr. Parr a Mk% U. the Memel his protector Mr. L. C. Dmmomirtiusios. —8 us passing the meeting, and a of the t o oar sus espremisg sympathy

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

18 Mar 1887

mire lease against Mr. Joseph J. Biggar, LP., was on Monday lodged with the MEM for minim Mr. Digger and Dr. Nanny were sureties for Mr. Mao in the hie Crown promcation, and It would appear that slaps are now about to be talon against Mr. Loin RAwrresrroi

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

3 Feb 1882

which will first splicer weer Mr. Childers men. the Army Metairie& Ti. ergotism has bees, How to &Wale\ the eliar,ig arra ladies enema ia remegot to the 'apply of trooper And it is aadanered that Lord Ito:- t.agton and Mr. (Widen have agreed to armiesa

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Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

16 May 1884

pretest nee Mr. soot Mrs. tihole.one * and Mut H. linrd Coriloord. Air W. V. Hanoi M P., Sir Mosuros Woke. the Turkish Atetweador, the Maui. Hamilton. the Duke .4 Hark. Mr. Norwood, M. 1.. Led I.:muted, Mr.W. luerresee, M.P. Proleeter Hutisy. Mr. Villiers

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

4 Aug 1875

general with spiritualists. Mr. Owen was a rem singular purity and sincerity of character. His in. telleetarl integrity was as unquestionable ea his literary skill, and his conversation was as fascinating ae his writing. Few of his friends attached much '

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

19 May 1875

unite as one Min to demand the abolition of those 'awe. Mr. Skipton, the eeeritmy; • yeal letters from ?ZlT;Beady, Mr. H. Compiled; and Mr. Frederic entirely approvin f the object.' the meeting. Mr. Wright, one of the eoeintil mho defended the men at the

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Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

4 Sep 1885

ra .. Tbom . ' raroo mu''' fani Mr.. Hunter. Cambcdge Wakefield Mr Penny Dublin Mr Mr ° Itindemt BOWNESS. P Grayson Mr W Lane J Kerr ficorland Mrs. ll.wwirk, Crlig W,11; Mr Thomas Emles 31r Mr. Promartam London Mr+. Ilrait , on, Cootip.tonl Miss Cross

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Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

29 Aug 1884

e. Londe% Orrpind roe tear re his gird Mawr ire traioble. rod win lest to prior. be for yore it • rotenarriry. Yr rapport re bed4a. t a L pi pz er eke. ✓aw eared that •*a drawer bisbrd ' s nisei. at ter . appeared 'Mr hi. reeller. lad ettre refined tear

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

10 Oct 1884

Cumberland ; Mr. Helder, Whitehaveu ; Mr. Alderman Savory, London ; Colonel Burn ; Mr. E 11. Brinks, Ilighutoor; Mr. E. Hough, Carlisle; Mr. It. Thompson, Inglewood ; Mr. John Ritmo, Ellenbank ; S. 8. Briggs, Maryport ; Mr. Jefferson, Rothersyke; Mr. Hay ton

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

21 Dec 1898

enlivened his table and his evenings at home by her cheerful conversation, her music and her games. She waited on him hand and foot, helped him on and off with his wraps when he went out or came in ; warmed his slippers, filled his pipe, dried his newspapers

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

8 Feb 1884

desire to remain visiting terms with the Polewurte, and it seemed, only too that his Kate did not share in his desire. With a sigh he proceeded to return the gem to his pocket. (live it me, said the little tyrant abruptly, holding out her band, and

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Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

30 May 1884

plaintiff brought the ulna for &none. tie slander of him in the way a his profeesion. the •titi. .truce of the -Linder bring that he had been guilty of misconduct with hi. fattest, Mrs. Harrison. The defendant pleaded jutsheation. At the trial the jury

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Westmorland Gazette

Westmorland Gazette Westmorland, England

26 Jan 1889

Jay?. Baa.daa tef Mrs. Raawdaa, Mr. aad Mrs 1 JfjrfV- Coloaolaad Mrs aad . Vimeßidetigb. Mr. Hardacrs Major aad Mrs o' r PUteiag part*. Mr. and Mrs I faaoa sad party. Mr. W. Bawllaaaa. Co Mr. ST:bad Mr. H. Baidwte. MJa. BaMwte. View article

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