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North Wilts Herald

North Wilts Herald Wiltshire, England

28 Apr 1879

he was go;ng. She was his old friend's daughter his father had coofeseed at lmt, and Sir John had risked his lifsbnlready in his effort to be of service to her. It did nut strike him that his father's moods were aavariable as his stages of mortal decay

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North Wilts Herald

North Wilts Herald Wiltshire, England

14 Sep 1872

ever inviad. Treat him fairly in respect to the value of his labor, give him oovirtunity to have his children fairly educated, be patient of his failings, pmmpt to show him all ayiupatiy in his trials. These are the things which the Times correspondent

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North Wilts Herald

North Wilts Herald Wiltshire, England

5 Nov 1926

than Council Mr. skins replied that as the Council prodded the boilers they should in some way be associated with them. In his view there was nothing wrong in calling Council they donli the name let them live elsewhere. added Mr. Elkins. Mr. Phillips:

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North Wilts Herald

North Wilts Herald Wiltshire, England

28 Mar 1868

appointed Foreign Secretary. Then it would sooswary to lad fee Mr. Lowe and Mr. Beeman, who are quit* prepared to make op their femme with the Liberal Glids ; and for Mr. sloes* Mr. Oardwill mid Mr. Chichester Tertmeme. Comeniai the Wee Moe and the Altelmireity

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North Wilts Herald

North Wilts Herald Wiltshire, England

8 Aug 1868

reeolluebea of the primer before visited the slap. Mrs. weep molar at Mr Mrs Miran& Cleekbill was .were ..d and bad never espaliers before, neither had are bre to the piece from Mr Chaedleets. Mrs added that the piece prodased had never bee. seat

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Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser

Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser Wiltshire, England

20 Jul 1912

Karl and Count*** lady Waotayu, lard Hotnok. fady Barilo, lady Doahorough. lard and Ladr Nun Lord and lady Knoßy*. Lady Boa- Mira Horbart, lady Hmdlip. Hlady Moua. r.aato*.

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North Wilts Herald

North Wilts Herald Wiltshire, England

24 Dec 1909

betee., his wife and his cough; but be glowered and glowered. speaking never • word. The on his face was that of a ma:. has rose to the end of his tether. All the broken futility of his life. the blank despair of the furore, the eroptineu of his heart.

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Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser

Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser Wiltshire, England

13 Apr 1889

that a lady rang at the hall door, and desired him to give it to you at once. A lady ? Whist sort of lady ? Ask Alfred what the lady wee like. In a short time Palmer once more returned. He says, miss, she wisp quite the lady—a youngish lady. sight

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Wiltshire Independent

Wiltshire Independent Wiltshire, England

18 Jan 1855

>■ V»«., ». /irud/.a-d—Mr. Uaulmg 3tr. Ita-nimg tulnr -Mr. «''•*Wy-Mr. W lu-rcat Olmowbum -Messrs. Nojes -Mr. Isaar Ann - Mr. Neale T e.»wfer».fpo._M> fivutc -Mr. J. W.st'.ur* - Mr M,. MtUmeburg -Mrs. Alexander Wootten tutt -Mr* Muric-vrowgA 1 Lu*-> lUak

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Wiltshire Independent

Wiltshire Independent Wiltshire, England

24 Jan 1856

should not mockery, was immediately adjourned. Mr. Mitchell, however, Mr. Wnugb's partner, put a declaration of actunl relations between the murderer and his victim. was to this effect- that Mr. Waugh had by his exertions gained an estate worth several thousands

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North Wilts Herald

North Wilts Herald Wiltshire, England

26 Dec 1868

ee. A lady brought Miss Delon-ore here at first when she was a little gild. and to that lady's house she has been accustomed to go for the vacations ; but if I am well informed, that lady is onl y your agent in the matter. Mr. Daneby bowed his acquieecence

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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

24 Aug 1872

Chancellor Daubeny, Mr. C. Raikes, c.s.i., Rev. Succentor Tower, Mr. Brodrick, Rev. H. T. Armfield, Mr. Rigden, the Treasurer, &c. Sir George Gilbert Scott, R.A., was prevented attending by absence in Ireland, but he was represented by his son, Mr. J. Scott. The

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Wiltshire Independent

Wiltshire Independent Wiltshire, England

22 Jun 1837

have sailed from St. Petersburg, on his wayis country, last Saturday week. Mrs. Sarah Ilam, late of Torrington square, €2OOO, in the Three per Cents., to the .lthalmic Hospital, Moorfields. The Countess of Radnor, Lady Klary Rouverie, a>. Hon. O. Pleydell

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North Wilts Herald

North Wilts Herald Wiltshire, England

13 Aug 1909

and take !art of his capital asay then at once you p.m front the regions of fact. into the rector. of conjecture. lon have to gala his capitalyou have to make thu beta you can at what the hie of his property is, or his land, or his minerals Should it

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North Wilts Herald

North Wilts Herald Wiltshire, England

7 Jun 1873

replied that disagreeable Mrs. Vyner, as my wife made this remark to her. My dear Mrs. Miller, how could you get any more people into these rooms! And a crowd it so very unpleasant, she added, fanning herself vigorously. When I took Mrs. Vyner in to supper

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Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser

Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser Wiltshire, England

11 Oct 1913

rnthWOMltedaMd .I aalndartn n, Thr lanb.nt *ant» ntimatrd tbr.r «id. Mr, < vHI dnnth, ,n the abaawae nf hi' rnmwnoeata.lb. in hitintt raannr . and hr. will. thanMiWaDej.^; Mr Knrrao, al f. ranrr. ~rrp«rJ r which met with nmnerral «i.(>r,.*al. The •

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Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser

Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser Wiltshire, England

6 May 1865

oconpled by Mr. W. Erana. Among the gentlemen preeent on the platform were : Mr. Crum. Ewing, M.P.. Mr. P. A. laylor, M.P., Mr. W. E. Forster, M.P., Mr. O. Hadfield, M.P., Mr. GrenfeU, M.P., Mr. T. B. Potter, M.P., Mr. Calrd, M P., M E. Bainea, M.P., Mr. J. White

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Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser

Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser Wiltshire, England

26 Mar 1887

hooka tbs srtma Mr Lockhart's appeared. The laird had eeat grandsoo-Bertia Dooglaa—a elightly-boilt, rather dalioate-looklng little tallow ol nine or tan years -with mgaato that Dr Airlie would come to him immediately. “I trnatthat Mr Lockhart la nolsroraa

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Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser

Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser Wiltshire, England

17 Apr 1920

became acquainted with the late Mr. John Laird, prominent resident of the Cheshire borough, and its representative in Parliament for many years. Sir John’s first .wife was Jane Magregor, youngest daughter of Mr. Laird, to whom was married in 1875 and

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Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser

Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser Wiltshire, England

24 Jul 1954

E/900/37 Wilts County Council, and the head student, J. C. M. Laird, who also expressed the thanks of the students to the Principal and staff. In his report the Principal (Mr. J. O. Thomas) said they had 35 students for the general agricultural course:

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