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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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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

29 Mar 1821

the Worcester District. Thomas Farley, Esg. Wm. Dillon, Fjq. Mylbe. Richard Nash, Esq. Mr. Francis Hooper. Thomas Price, Esq. Mr. Joseph Bradley. Herbert Rogers, Esq. Mr Thomus Hodges Kev. Reginald Pyndar. fforcetler, STAN KiddijmlntUr, Wm. Pitt. Hromtgrovt

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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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Dudley Chronicle

Dudley Chronicle Worcestershire, England

24 Dec 1910

home at his earliest convenience: and be told himself slat he was thankful, and went to hod to lie awake until the early hours of the morning, trying to feel glad—trying to forget. Then his servant. with a telegram in his hand, awakened him from his troutilod

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Dudley Herald

Dudley Herald Worcestershire, England

29 Sep 1900

ha surrendered upon a promise of life mad estate bat while his two Mends perished, cite by Unbend of the executioner, tbs other by his own bard. be fell • victim to the starless spite of his personal enemy, who, in conducting him to Edinburgh as • prisoner

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

14 Apr 1903

years owed so much . Mr. H 13. Pease, behalf of the Bar said that those who honour of praathang before Mr. Hanae.s o ;l recognised that the Registrar had sequl° of the .admirable qualities of his diet' father. ALIEN PILOTS. Mr. Gerald Balfour, President

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

2 Mar 1929

cam. psign was the main topic. Lord and Lads Hindlip end family. Major and Mrs. Marrs Britten. the Hat Mts. Melville Moore (ester). Mrs. Britten. Muriel and Ada, Cyril end Aar. Mrs. Hen. Mies Cheralma Malvern), in Icor and outdoor staff at .Konewiek Mauer

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

16 Feb 1951

US limas a seesaw arab. Order NOW. altar Irene Mt usual nuarelmat sr dirset hem us. far/ MIND Sag time TRU LAIRD AGRICULTURAL SIRTICES THE LAIRD QUARRIES •WYCHE ROAD • MALVERN IWONPBI34/9 Ism the Psi- MAMA Is I drives Wee MOE MI US AMMON° Rani 5.., mapusimme

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

29 Aug 1905

and from his Sovereign the K.C.M.G. Feeling now that he has fulfilled his mission, 'Sir David is retiring intim his control of the 'Government Railways, and a warm appeal is coming home for special recognition of his valuable services. MR. JOHW REDMOND

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

5 Jan 1815

Nobleman has just expited; it an irreparable Ipsa for his friends, lie retained his wit, his sallies, and his amiable character, to the last moment. Every kind of spectacle,” said lie, during his illuess, they have exhausted to- amuse the Sovereigns;

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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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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

20 Oct 1900

lung I agar Amer rap/ It 'tam I .stied yaw sad rued as • err le his • sae of @append is his tam *I yes en Cerra h. .M. Igen Der Dias Ima • ire al nest If yea nada boyar that it are his arras Were evil hob is is white fan into eery p sow, he said. bet

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

3 Feb 1903

here. But, indeed, Mr. Magnus, that would tot be possible in Little Westray, because of 'he collars and %splatters. Mr. MacLeod says• it is a poor gift to give any man , less and_twenty acres of this land besides• the focusing for his cows, and there will

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

24 Feb 1903

I'm glad. The laird did his wife enough harm in his lifetime, as even Peter agreed—indeed, he went so far as to say that in his opinion she would almost have been justified in--in suppressing the deed if— Tint was very considerate of Mr. Macfie. interrupted

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

27 Jan 1903

sale. Ronald had been in negotiation with Mr. Begbie for weeks ; the deed was sent here for signature. Sent here, she echoed dully. among his paPrs, he And Sava it pocket, when he was_drowned h In - his pocket, she echoed again; theii as if that

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

17 Feb 1903

the laird himself. At the bottom of the sea? echoed Dugald derisively. Horo ! Angus, man, where are your wits? when it was in his shirt-sleeves— Angus cut in with a contemptuous laugh. Horo ! Dugald, where were your eyes? It was not in his shirt

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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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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

26 Sep 1952

by the police when Mrs. Davis offered to tate care of her. In May this year the left the district in company with the man Buctaand. who had been inter. viewed by the polio*. Her behaviour had dot been satiate.. tory to her patella. Mrs. M. ft Ogees the

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