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  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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Sheffield Weekly Telegraph

Sheffield Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

24 Mar 1900

COMPLETE STORY. PERLING JOAN. OUR Laird was very young man when his father died, and gaed to France, and and Flanders, and Germany, immediately, and saw uaethiug him for three years; and my brother, John xiaird, went wi’ him aa his own body-servant. When that

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Sheffield Weekly Telegraph

Sheffield Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

30 Nov 1912

mnloitalitK Mr, Plant Hi- Mr, 1.0h.-ini -olintor. Mr IV;i\ Potrer Dist.hargetl tU'ik .'ir. PaynM'.fit. Willi.im WaiUly \>| < lun illiv'r. I) ne'. Jjii.i'l l.nijolMl l»:il ov-luxi ill Ivor. <-hauft>ui police' sergeant ‘'« iouK,“ found for Mr. llm Lady, Jx)bc*ii;i%

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Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter

Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter Yorkshire, England

30 Aug 1901

for no words could convey an idea of it. The first beat of his passion over, he settled down into a steady search for her that lasted for weeks. Yet in spite of all his efforts, in spite of all his eleverness, Lazard could not find a hint of ber whereabouts

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

10 Jan 1901

ECCENTRIC SCOTTISH LAIRD. A RECLUSE FOR THIRTY YEARS. NO WILL LEFT. 40,000 SOVEREIGNS FOUND A BOX. Thirty years ago George Johnston, millionaire and laird the Fife Isle estate, near Dundee, vowed that man should see his face again, and he kept his vow. But now

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

19 Mar 1906

Woman’s View of Education. elfl' Mrs. Dospard ia lady of oonsidc quence, great intellectual vigour, vanced views. W© listened to h ote last night with unalloyed pleasure, jjef that agreed heartily with - > utterances. But Mrs. Despard and u» are wrong when

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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

8 Dec 1905

BRADFORD BAND OF HOPI UNION. ANNUAL MISTING AND LADY'S lERRISLE DEATH. INQU ON THE VICTIM.At inns Mr. Wood as * g ni * M ' *hair is the el the the geese* of Mr. F. W. slim Wed° the late own W. wise aunt I met her des* at I . mad,. Ads d b. C l a u

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

21 Feb 1929

was at her bedside when she passed away. Lady Lodge came of an old Scottish family. She was the daughter of the late Alexander Marshall, and grand-daughter of Francis Brodie, of Brodie, a Scottish laird. Lady Lodge, who had suffered long illness, would

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

9 Jan 1935

LADY ROTHSCHILD mi Emma Louisa Lady Rothschild died at her home. Trmg Park, Trtng, Herts., on Monday, after a short Illness. She would have been In March. Lady Rothschild, who was married In 1867 first cousin. Mr. Nathan Mayer Rothschild. wa6 the daughter

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Batley News

Batley News Yorkshire, England

7 Aug 1903

wont away. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Stanley. of Yletclici's nodding,. were with Mrs. Hot. lingworth, and Mr. Stanley was very attentive. getting her brandy and water, and later. on arriving at Mirfield at tee dolma. her safely home in a rah. Mrs. Hollingworth

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Wakefield Express

Wakefield Express Yorkshire, England

16 Dec 1911

, for ISO are.— Press.i.n , Mr W. M. Grauer , now Hou T.. T. Wood. M.P., Dr. llkir:Afield. Sir Mattlrv. tradurreMA, Cr. H Raid. Mr W D. And Hr. W. H Hattonloy. boo. Mr H. . boo Mr D. Hammes; Allston. Mr T Hoarelall and Mr A. Batley. J W. U. W. brook.

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Wakefield and West Riding Herald

Wakefield and West Riding Herald Yorkshire, England

21 May 1910

aetraye. selves in his intercourse with his peon protographs which bring the King ne tint heart Are those of the state; anti in hi• robes, but of the I ful vet genial' features of the typical gentleman. The King appeals to the man bemuse of hi, perfect naturalne

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Wakefield Express

Wakefield Express Yorkshire, England

14 Jan 1911

tot bale who • 140.4 ►tto , ani• 01 • or We boot petted 11 lb. aad ►oe ►td It 'Naar bad b and up over aure Mr Iy.wk. bat est. bore pet •b lady who Irr Of 0 , 4 ' 4o a..of hare mat war dad cease a *harp derided at fta.t There ao is tbd that *ha bar • oat

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Whitby Gazette

Whitby Gazette Yorkshire, England

3 Jan 1913

). Mr. cxghill (Mallyau Lodge. Goathland). Mr. Richardson Mr. James Grayson (Green Knd), Mr. Underwood, Mr. Shipley bv), Mr. Grav, Mr. Wood. Mr. Fletcher. Mr. Mear«, Mr. Preston. Mr. Agar (Egton). Mr. Grayson

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

6 Mar 1945

commented Mr. Justice Oliver at the Assises in Leeds today, It was said that it man broke his back was dead. ~ f This man has evidently been ; handled with groat skill, and the result that is practically fit physically. can almost touch his torn, and

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

18 Dec 1909

11ir the Jjjjnorant intolerant that talinn dieplav. Tin mob «««»11^111 ilopriv«? him a hhi* own sake. Mr. Charge has only ♦/•o well netting < Inaa against Allertofi might well if the howling that bad thy opposition TTmTT 10

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

14 Jan 1939

Wear. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Harker and parly, Bridlington. Alderman and Mrs. Henry Harker. Mr. R. Mr. and Mra. J. K. Mansfield. Miss Enid Mansfield, Mr. John Hull: Mr. and Mrs. L. Lennox. Bridlington, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Harker. Mr. and View article

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South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times

South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times Yorkshire, England

9 Mar 1918

at Swinton Address by Lady Mabel S.itb A war etronnme exhibition tnaugurated by the Swinton Food Economy Committee. and largely arranged by the secretary. Mr. G. T. Bulwark. with the assietanee of Moos Jorikvation and tither ladies, was owned a the Carnegie

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Halifax Evening Courier

Halifax Evening Courier Yorkshire, England

3 Mar 1916

Week Week on Thursday, Lady's Blue BAU, °osmium( nicioey.—Yiuder rewarded I 'UUTEI *Wed at coos for cutting Dodd & YUUNU AVY u thoroughly od, double tr). ledger, quick et Eqpt.; teleran.. —Write 054, Courier utiles QIITINtr & HI required in Halifax by

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

10 Feb 1922

Lady Dorothy Wood. I see that Lady Dorothy Wood, whose husband has sold Tem plenew -am to Leeds, has been elected president of the Leeds Poetry Society. petite handsome with a graciously charming manner. Lady Dorothy is Lord On-low’s sister. She well

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

11 Mar 1929

debate, he made his maiden speech lev weeks after taking his seat, he had an attentive House and appreciative Press. His maiden speech was certainly a success, but it was overshadowed that Albert Hall triumph and by the rumours of his eloquence which

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