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  • County: Worcestershire, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

7 Jan 1899

an hour earlter than moat. and Margaret gueseed at once from his manner that he had g oif to Anthony h•• bad • letter from Lady laird. a. he death hands with her. ' She often to restore his daughter to hen '.l w It 're-marry her. and re-:notate her in

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

18 Aug 1874

just as Lord Dufferm did with his yacht when he visited Iceland s une years ago. The young ladies of Reykjavik, who wear coquettish little black cape, were quite delighted with a ball which his lordship gave on board his adventurous ?aft, and we can

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

27 Mar 1877

boy, Villeret said, with a touch of affection in his teem and stroking the boy's soft hair with his other hand; and 111 give him somethoig for his pretty peanut. The boy Axed his eyes earnestly oa his father's face . an instant, and then he smiled. Does

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

10 Nov 1874

Mn. JOHN LURE, M.P.-Mr. John Laird, the member far Birkenhead, has died at his residevee, aged .70 years. The deceased gentleman, who was the eldest eon if the late Mr. William Laird, of Birkenhead, and brother of Macgregor Laird, the traveller, and

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

20 Mar 1877

hops for eight or nine years. His mother was buried on the Monday previous to his attempting suicide. Therewas no doubt the death of his mother had preyed on his mind. He was the youngest child, and was very toad of her. Mr. Chance asked prisoner what he

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

7 Jan 1873

to tickle his ease (as if a maw mightn't tickle his own sere if he likes) ; bow he opens hie great mouth quite wide, and delights in barter his gums rubbed ; and • great deal more. The only wonder is that • daily bulletin is nest issued. Mr. Bocklned

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County Express; Brierley Hill, Stourbridge, Kidderminster, and Dudley News

County Express; Brierley Hill, Stourbridge, Kidderminster, and Dudley News Worcestershire, England

10 Jul 1869

of the tolls.—Councillor E. Bwott , followed eiven Mr. G. Scoltock. He I that might have merry on his soul. He should d , trered w i h that opinion, for eoesidercd . hi< rtlK . k i; kc shepherd.” Mr. ! not forget the first time met m class that , d notoccU

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

31 Jul 1897

Bowmont Roberts West. of the Albany, Piccadilly. sad formerly of Abced Park, Stratford-co-Avon. where his father resided. Mr. Herbert Reed, Q.C. (with him Mr. Clayton) said he app area for the appellant, whore dirotarge as a bankrupt bad been suepended tor

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Worcestershire Chronicle

Worcestershire Chronicle Worcestershire, England

16 Jul 1887

all very well his saying that his old boyish love of the game had revived. She (Mrs. Bayley) shrewdlysuspected that he had backed some of the players, and hence arose his interest. He was not too lucky, and might seriously diminish his supply of ready

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

5 Dec 1891

appagrol for the petitioner! Based% Mr. Inderigiolt, Q.C., Mr. 8.C., Its. Masson. and Mr. Compton Smith for the reepoddesi Mir. Coward rimmed the pleonasm, which stated that the petitMata sought • jadisial from Mr wlimbo. as the gronsd of amines sow o

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Illustrated Malvern Advertiser, Visitors' List, and General Weekly Newspaper

Illustrated Malvern Advertiser, Visitors' List, and General Weekly Newspaper Worcestershire, England

7 Jan 1860

Juct to practise in his court; and the address of the La w Society was equallv cordial and flattering. Mr. Mansfield, replying, said that his desire to change his position arose from use fact that Liverpool did not agree with his health. He regretted

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Evesham Journal

Evesham Journal Worcestershire, England

26 Nov 1898

make him more refection. Therefore she served herself to aunt him with some show of bolder'. His again Oases, his hypocritical saturnalia' of parity of ee4vs, his odious antimeet, intensified her loathing for tip sad she took sow so pass to hide it. He maw

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

24 Nov 1874

portioe or oboe cselebrated Cepptioino, and his appearance in (wort is notualkeirto Strike a panto late many of the sittnestea *holm* sttffered from his brutalities, for his dress Is that *high he wore on his lawless elpedltiobs, stud he only wants the

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

29 Nov 1890

heron short time ago, said Lady she dared not say more. Harrit. Iron, below, sent • message lo hls the anomie—which Lady 11••• el. burgh heard in silence—eras that they were not to wait luncheon for him. Tnohavy w ith his reply tot he Mirror - Monadh

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Dudley and District News

Dudley and District News Worcestershire, England

14 Apr 1883

its contents beneath a cushion. On his handing the purse back to its owner, the lady signified her approval of his honesty and services by bestowing upon him the magnificent gratuity of two penny pieces. THE TEIAL OF MR. BEADLAUGH. ' This morning the case

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

11 Feb 1899

&boob ittokerw wry). Mr. H. H. Yam (Uptoo.m.Severe). Mr S (Cimitertoe). Mr. ft. Huildieg (liosh1.1). Mr. Is. M. Goading (1.! ft •vienr). Mr. W. H. Haymmil (Teethes. bury). Tewkesbury). Mr. Lam , febsoM.). Mr. 9 . (I. Annie (Towtrebury), Mr. A. J. Marti. (

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

24 May 1890

loch brad col to comfort him slier his Illneoi wheu on. kinyitor with hi• uncle at W). Afoot. Secerthrlreo, hie close gore looked much like niiiiiirAt that Mann her eyeliron, There was her psr.ou al. who %reined to to Mr. liatwoortn wanner. This way • yoUnA

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

29 Apr 1873

Is which be comp 16 lained of 'ores, and his mire{ that he had not bun septum:WM be alludes to the dispbesure of his mother atom bunt, and his desire her smarty snout health. It s coed. wittiest by a lad So his mother sad who. yea at OM as coupled Site

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

8 Oct 1889

good. MR. HENRY CHARLES WEsTOVER was a favoured man in life. He was the Prince of Wales's coachman, and was able to accumulate—as his will shows— Z 9342 in personal property. A RCHIBALD PATERSON, a Camelon boatman, jumped with a merry laugh from his boat

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

19 Dec 1871

matrimony with an English or Amesican lady, whether a widow or not, who specks a little French or Italian, and has a yearly income of 0,000. His peessiary requirements, considering that he will ,outer as the lady • title, are at any rate not unreasonable

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