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Kendal Mercury

Kendal Mercury Westmorland, England

31 Oct 1863

MR. JOHN LAIRD , M.P., ON NAVAL AFFAIRS. held bfv Laird ' MP ' Presided at a meet°f pres ent m ■ u sic- h all» Birkenhead, for the purpose * e meef SPnZeS the Buccessfu competitors at the Leasowc » on the 17th Sept. last. Mr of p a ? dressed the meeting

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Kendal Mercury

Kendal Mercury Westmorland, England

29 May 1869

pockets were empty, and his clothes covered with blood and dirt, and after his temporary recovery ho stated that be had been followed and abused by two men who had been in his company at a beerhouse. Aft,er his death a fracture 3i inches in length was found

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Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

7 Sep 1900

and As no one dare typo arh the newly-made Ibieluw on the subject, a near relative of Mrs. Homily. and also of Harriet. took atom herself the duty of informing Mrs. Thin'el Mattson which any tla world was wagging. arriving at the a lied day for that purpose

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

7 Jun 1889

moot renowned swordsmen of his time. He had also beard of the attachment which subsisted between Bruntfield and his niece ; and, in the contemplation of an alliance which might give some force to the claims of that lady upon his estate, found a deeper and

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Westmorland Advertiser and Kendal Chronicle

Westmorland Advertiser and Kendal Chronicle Westmorland, England

10 Jul 1824

place to take charge of the body. but they remotely proved his l A , da m p . , *ill. This document hears she date of 29th July. ISIS. sit months alter his lordship's marriage. snJ when his Lady was eiticifale of ha only issue. He deism certain real ?dates

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Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

24 Feb 1882

Churchill wept the tint to rm cover his eelf.poseeesion, and presently moved that Mr. Itradlauch, having tal,en his beat without having !Alan the oath, is dead ''—a way of natant it received with some laughter, since Mr. Bradlatigh was Vainly on view under

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

15 Aug 1890

General Joebert has grown grey in the service of his country. Passionately attached to his fatherland, his face lights up and his eyes gleam under their shaggy eyebrows when the talk is of the Transvaal or his faithful burghers. He is a devout believer in

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

10 Mar 1893

that day is weel compensate on this. Sooth, if only marriages be made in heaven, as they say, sure this is ane. The laird will get his ain ag ain, and the bonnyest Teddy in a' the land to boot.' She is a bonny lass, but na too gude for him, although

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Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

23 Aug 1901

friends the Wesleyan Beaky &heel, Win• denser% had a pablie tea an Kr. bra at MUlargroand. Daring his tear with the Northern Ahmed' MAO *am Mr. C W. W. lairds the &meth side Crass (Dab wells, seemed 17 viable eel eta total of II A visitor was *ohm a bet

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Westmorland Gazette

Westmorland Gazette Westmorland, England

23 Oct 1852

who were employed in the service temporarily, and whose warrants will expire on the 31st. instant. Mr. Senior is now chairman of the Poorlaw Board, but his late appointment has not been filled up, iv order that room may be made for several minor situations

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Westmorland Gazette

Westmorland Gazette Westmorland, England

7 Oct 1865

Galmpiou iron mine,in Devon, a distance more than sixty feet, and escaped with one two slight bruises. Mr. Laird and the Confederate Loan.—Mr. John Laird, M.P., states that the assertion that holds, or ever held, any interest in the Confederate Cotton Loan

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

2 Nov 1883

rank both for the vehemeuce of his exclamations and the ardent expressions of his loyalty was none other than the popular Irish demagogue Daniel O'Connell. To the amusement and gratification of the assemblage he waved his hat in a most entlinsiastkfasbion

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Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

23 Jun 1882

1 a re.mlotion e..nveying to Mr. Gladstone their moat grateful acknowledg• nwnta of his patriotic mid lifelong devotion to the brat interests of his country. They take the liberty expressing their hearty approval of his effortto restore order and

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Kendal Mercury

Kendal Mercury Westmorland, England

7 Jun 1856

two in the morning, when they separated with cheers, three times three, for Mr Astley and his Lady and the young laird of Arisaig. Mr Astley extended his liberality to his workpeople, in the Scottish Highlands, at Arisaig, which place about 20 miles

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Westmorland Advertiser and Kendal Chronicle

Westmorland Advertiser and Kendal Chronicle Westmorland, England

3 Jul 1813

A mamas, who about tea years ago was warned to an saashis lady, carried of ea Wed. aseday last a rang lady frau bee author's our hieworth, awl the Nurses have out yet beset heard of. 'Elie lady bad neared peopusals of. from from several yew( gestlemen

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Lakes Herald

Lakes Herald Westmorland, England

9 Oct 1885

since he last spoke in Ireland bad increased his c.-rat dente that they would seed in °ignoring on indepradent Pardon:wait fur Ireland. lhsy Lad Mr. Gladstone, in his matrifeato, declaring that he ens williog to cons.der their naiads provided that the

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Westmorland Gazette

Westmorland Gazette Westmorland, England

24 May 1890

put his letter into the post house, reached the mansion of Mr. Provo3t Crosbie, and was at once greeted by the voice of that civic dig nitary, and the rural dignitary his visitor, as by the voices of men impatient for their dinner. Come away, Mr. Fa

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Westmorland Gazette

Westmorland Gazette Westmorland, England

10 Sep 1864

should be and the effect produced will be almost instantaneous. The Laird of Cardoness and his Lady.— A certain laird of Cardoness having exhausted his resources in the building of his estate, joined a band of border thieves, and f nlunder During twenty

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Westmorland Gazette

Westmorland Gazette Westmorland, England

14 Jun 1890

Fairfoid, helped him to his tea, with such other refreshm :nts as he could think of, and seemed in his w ty sincerely elesirous to make his situation as cc mfortable things admitted. Fairford had t ius opportunity to study his countenance and mauuers

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Lakes Chronicle and Reporter

Lakes Chronicle and Reporter Westmorland, England

17 Mar 1893

be twenty miles awe', gin it be a furlong. Our young laird had • brew hunting lodge there, where in the season he was wont to spend weeks thegither wi' his kinsman, Johnnie Scott, for the young laird was unco' fon of deer sta'king, and sic lake sport.

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