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

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  • County: Westmorland, England
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

4 Mar 1910

tipplecheeked woman whom his fancy had brought back alive across the broken bridge of years. It was that of • young girl, dressed in a simple white gown which seemed • part of her personality : and her face was the glorified face of his Lady of the Lilies. I

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Type: Illustrated
Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

20 Aug 1909

Monday ; November 1811, or • tbe:4ollowirpo day. His Majesty will travel in • Awing** cruiser, which is now being prepared for his accommodation. and it is anticipated; that be will Ie accompanied by his mother, Ainslie. Th e young sing will we at Portsmouth

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Type: Illustrated
Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

4 Apr 1913

insisted on sending her to his own master Sevcik to be trained into a professional violinist. The Marchioness of Tullibardine, who was married to the Duke of Atholl's heir in BM, is a charming lady of many accomplishments. In his political work she is a

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Type: Illustrated
Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

9 Apr 1909

public, opinion in &Nil iiay eondenn his &Midas, the bulk of the pilapietlafe. attracted by his - spirit. and would weloonee his leadership • the Barrio's cause. This. then. is a possible cause of his renunciatiou of his rights to the impassion ; be is raising

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Type: Illustrated
Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

9 Mar 1900

PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. Ifochfort Magulte.• Mr: Rachfort Maguire, the farmer megabit. for West Care, has lad no time, after getting ost at Kimberley with Mrs. Maguire, In leaving the Cape for Eileen& Rs made a big fertane in South Africa, sad on his marriage with

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Type: Illustrated
Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

31 Dec 1915

replied the domestic. Mother: I'm afraid Mr. Filterfoot is ant serious is his intentionv. Daughter. Be° is very bashful, you know; but he's offering himself pieoemeal. Last night be wanted me to take his arm. Mamma, my birthday comes this year es

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Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

27 Aug 1909

sod his wife. The officials were ; J udgee, Medan. J. Cowperthwaits, B. Gibson ad Dr. B. tt. Johnston ; starter, Mr. F. Mnriptroyd timekeeper, Yr. W. ekelton ; clerk of the course,' Mr. W. F. Aacroft ; stewards, Mr. A. J. Freeman' Mr. T. Sc.itt, Mr. e

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Type: Illustrated
Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

4 Apr 1913

of fact, Mr. Tom Wing, got far more trade union votes than Mr. Douse-- 8,930 to 4,165. Many of us have hammered this truth lime for some years—that a man joins his union .for the advantages it gives him as a worker, not to dictate to him his general politics

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Type: Illustrated
Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

20 Mar 1901

enk or elm, in some accessible spot, was a bell, and when its hard notes were heard each fres. Iran left his plough or his axe, and, seising his sword. hurried to the pleas of meeting. A clerk from the monastery would record the proceedings. the reeve

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Type: Illustrated