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

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  • County: Westmorland, England
  • Type: Miscellaneous

Kendal Mercury

Kendal Mercury Westmorland, England

14 Sep 1861

appearance, which he evidently thought it his first duty to cultivate. _ His loose fitting coat was of iireproachable out; his waistcoat, no ( reach-me-down,' bat fitting without creases, and of spotless purity; his gloves ('twas miracle l.ow he got into

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Type: Miscellaneous
Kendal Mercury

Kendal Mercury Westmorland, England

5 Mar 1836

accordingly Marin was placed jjt, , Grand Jury in the Royal Court for trial. jjjs filtered since his fiist trial, his face being P Hxed and glassy, and his whole appearance etx %i- ( 1 mental anxiety. The Court was again cro* ( e j evidence was precisely

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Type: Miscellaneous
Westmorland Gazette

Westmorland Gazette Westmorland, England

23 Jun 1821

Helsnni, who a native of that place. It appears that his return to Europe he took the opportunity his first visit to Italy, to present his native city two lion-headed statues granite, parts of the fruits of his enterprising and successful researches they have

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Type: Miscellaneous
Kendal Mercury

Kendal Mercury Westmorland, England

27 Dec 1856

agitation must remember the attention and undeviating courtesy of Mr Francis Dwyer, the assistant-secretary to the late Mr O'Connell. After fruitless endeavours to obtain employment of any kind, Mr Dwyer, less fortunate than many of the patriots who figured

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Type: Miscellaneous