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Worcester Herald

Worcester Herald Worcestershire, England

23 Mar 1844

favour the ten hours’ bill, were Mr. Beckett, Sir Geokc.k Cleev, Mr. M'Oeaciiv. Mr. Mr. Lord John RI'SSELL, Mr. Hindley, Mr. Hardy and Mr. Mi Ashley said lew words in reply ; and (he House divided— For the amendment h.mrs) IJf* For the originalclause(

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

25 Mar 1813

Mtabv. She wan with the tVincets at Lady Sheffield ». Mr. I’boirter wa» there her Royal Highnesa’* order*. Mr. Cheater was a pretty young man. Princess waited with him alone. She desired know the apartments of the different guests and one night the Princes*

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

18 Jul 1833

unmarried ; his )ounger brother Henry lias a family, consisting of daughters only. he late Karl's eldest sister, Lady Maria, married the Marquis ot Downshire, and his youngest, Lady Harriet, the Hon. Robert Henry dive, son of Karl Powis. His mother married

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Worcestershire Chronicle

Worcestershire Chronicle Worcestershire, England

29 Feb 1860

L PRELIMINARY NOTICE. E. & M. NICHOLLS, 12, HI GH. STREET, WORCESTER. Having Let the Premises to Mr. Buckley, Draper and Milliner, with possession at Lady day, havo instructed W. HIGGS TTO ARRANGE FOR SALE BY AUCTION, The Second Week in March next, HE

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

15 Jul 1841

of many of the late elections. Mr. Austin alone said to have already received above one hundred retainers.— \foruing Herald. Monday was the birthday of the Hon. Mrs. Fox, relict of the late illustrious statesman. This lady has reached her year, and is in

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Worcestershire Chronicle

Worcestershire Chronicle Worcestershire, England

26 Apr 1843

lieculed sficr tli* of certain nnokey ; ' THE LADIES' lI AND* BOOK <•! THE TOILET. The Stewards decided that the man Met:.- »-i» cutillnl to start Hand Book of the Toilet; bv the Author of the Ladies'Hand-Book of Faoey NMdlMark.&e. Impwtel hs.l th*

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Worcestershire Chronicle

Worcestershire Chronicle Worcestershire, England

23 Aug 1843

Sussex has just passed the seal of the itire Court of Canterbury His royal highasaa that a bond held Ins daughter for 10,000/. I>s and the whole of his property go to his wife, Inverness; that his plate, jewels, and ■«*>f other articles too numerous to mention

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Worcestershire Chronicle

Worcestershire Chronicle Worcestershire, England

6 Dec 1843

Bucrleuch, Lord and Lady the Mar. a I M-irchi-.tressof laird Morpeth and Lady Mary Howard. Vi*c..uut and Visunless Lord and Lady Irevcrou, Hon. ('harh-s and Lady falbenne Cavendish, Ac, Ac. Her , uy w.t* attended Lady Portraan and Mias Paget. Mr. Anun and Colonel

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

3 Feb 1917

shill set forgot them. flu robbed his th.o. enupl.!oeking hands toseater on er.deot monfoction, sod eyed Lady Osmond with a motion's Cll.lllllll/. Sin Raymond north trent.. my wenn:. Inns, .11d. away with a weary Mr. norm. of you want your botidays,

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Worcestershire Chronicle

Worcestershire Chronicle Worcestershire, England

27 Mar 1844

:H3. . M. W AIN WRIGHT, KSy., Dudley.-31:{. HTKWABUS. MR. THOMAS MORRIS, W.M.—313 John shkdden. m.- 313 MR. JOHN BATEMAN.-313. MR. JOHN HARPKH.-313. MR. T. C. RODEN.—3I3. MR. JOSEPH MOORE—3I3. Ladies - Tickets, /i*.. Cents. - Ticketo, 7*. fid. (inclndlng

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

18 Jan 1844

attended Church on Sunday last, accompanied Lady Clinton, Lady Gore, and the Misses Gore, Sir A. Barnard, &c. Lady Clinton arrived at Witiey Court Friday ; the Rev. Canon and Mrs, Wood left 011 Saturday'; and Lady Gore and family Monday. The following names

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

30 Aug 1810

unfortunate Clergyman, that real distress was the cause of his enlisting, in order to obtain the bounty towards the support afl’ecUonaie wife and his three children. Providential E. cape. few days since, lady intending going by water from New port, in Monmouthshire

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Worcester Herald

Worcester Herald Worcestershire, England

16 Apr 1859

is likely teems off mon Wa Mr. Detie Sow. to • won-away match, which has lately united In the The mermen of Mr. James Hobineon, Law Adviser to buds or Hymn the only daughter of a certain jodge the Irish Gomm/um, • Net, and Mr. Vinton brother tho laid to

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

7 Feb 1839

|iatim*r, wlioahaml his batilenienlcd state and the dispensing of his vice-regal hospitality ; iliat during his ahsencc, and while Ire was wooing and winning the English trss, the half-caste woman remained, unaware his in ilk* ensile, awaiting hi* return, and

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Worcestershire Chronicle

Worcestershire Chronicle Worcestershire, England

18 Jan 1843

-let him steel hi* mind by the thought bis family -his English estates - bis wai in ilie Home of to which worshipper of J ugbernant Vishnu has never yet been admitted—let him think of the asaocia Uon* of hi* childhood, and the friend* of hi* more mature

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Worcester Herald

Worcester Herald Worcestershire, England

4 Jun 1842

the day after his shop had been cn* which terminated his career tobacconist. On the morning the young man Elam discovered that his box had been rubbed of £4. 10*. in !. and Francis had been in the room that roomt ig after had left it, Mr. Foster, the landlord

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

16 Oct 1906

drove a shot wound through his head. A herd named Joyce, epaployed by Mr. Cowan, an auctioneer, of Ballygtass, Co. Mayo, wal . found deft' on Monday morning, having been gored ter*ibly by his maiters bnli. Atiwport ,(Mon.) Harry Go Waiter prin walten

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Worcestershire Chronicle

Worcestershire Chronicle Worcestershire, England

20 Mar 1844

onics. Mr. J - Smith s hr. m. Lady Hwkaway, aged (Byrne) I 12 Mr Williams n* eh. m Cora, aged .. heutt) 2 o ||r,O ru:. .»’■ g Bhaknpam*,agßi.(Patrick) 3 11 7 Mr. tbompsoo'a g. by Comas. Ayr*. fell 10 Mr. »a»i» *b. Forg< Ime not *' 0 Mr. s br.

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

4 Jul 1891

Sir W. Harcourt advised Mr. Piston to withdraw him amendment, which would npen up the whole rebore°. ipiestion. Mr. Pioton having assented, Mr. Summer :a amendment wise negal3veli by It ito M. After the Cloture, an anandment by Mr. L/orddleorge, withholding

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Evesham Journal

Evesham Journal Worcestershire, England

28 May 1892

this particular play. 1k looked very handsome, and enacted his part as Lord Ihrlingten r erfeetly : in fart, he seemed toe to he irresistible, from his very earliell - MSS. Of Mr. George Alexander binisell the youngest London managers, little can be said

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