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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

26 Nov 1904

illustrative of the Single Corner, Whilter, and Laird and Lady openings, come of which showed improvements on his match games with the great Anderson. The other work publisher was written under peculiar circumstances. Mr. Wyllie had stood guarantor for a relative

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John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

4 Apr 1861

Thf Laird o' Birsikknowe.—Birsieknowe is in the parish ISeith. The laird o't was ane the pouky farmer bodies we read about, but never see in these more new fUlgled and civilised times. The lady o* Hirsiekuowe was o* the lang, lank, high-tnned coarse made

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

2 Sep 1925

Country, A. Bonnet Laird. Trio. Victor (tenor). 5.0. —Dance Music. tjO.—Children. 6.3o.—Children's Letters. 4y_ Music. 7.0. —Weather and News. jlr. William Dubilier, Progress of Broadcasting. 7.25. —Music. 7.35. —Week's Work Garden. 7.40.—Mr. W. A. Horrox:

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

25 Apr 1918

Mr Jimmy Glover, is fulfilling a jjmsiaaJ engagement His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen, this weok, may remembered a diminishing generation a louring conductor at Her Majesty's, Guild Street (now the Tivoli), ■where made his local del r.t.' away hack in

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

29 Nov 1851

Dismissal of Mr. Ramshay.—We are enabled to state anthoratively that the Earl Carlisle has adjudicated upon the case Mr. Ramshay, and that his lordship's jud-.Tnent is, that the allegations against Mr. Ramshay are substantially proved, and that it is his duty

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

12 Dec 1910

(CouHiji K. Wm. WitLaird and Lady ’’: 1115 23.19 11 22.17 13 17.14 10-17 21.14 15-18 19.15 4-8 24.19 13 17 28.24 11 26.23 16 20 31.26; the position now

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

21 Feb 1910

that the Duke proceeded to raise his own, the Northern Fenoibles; and a very keen competition in recruiting for the two regiments ensued. The county took sides the quarrel, the non-Gordon lairds rallying to the laird of Fyvio, not because they cared

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Coventry Herald

Coventry Herald Warwickshire, England

16 Aug 1861

Frigates.—On Thursday notices were sent round from the Admiralty to the Thames Iron Works, Messrs. Mr. Mare, Mr. Wigram, Mr. Laird, Messrs. Paimer, Mr. Napier, aud Messrs. Westwood «fc calling for teuders for building three more iron frigates. These vessels

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

22 Jul 1925

ashed hi° ° h 'Newspaper, smashed his glasses, and escaped in the at Messrs Laird, Birkenhead on Tuesday, said, amid laughter, that it was a new idea that a vessel launched by a lucky-lady would bo lucky. I shall have to se 0 about, getting a lady starter

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Elgin Courant, and Morayshire Advertiser

Elgin Courant, and Morayshire Advertiser Moray, Scotland

4 Jul 1862

that most classical part of the; house ; and, after pacing the stage for some time, pulled his watch deliberately from his fob, and thus, addressed them— Ladies and gentlemen, if yon. would contrive to finish this row in quarter of hour, I would esteem

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Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser

Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser Somerset, England

21 Oct 1863

of. indeed, the very ooldness of his operations has been the main cause of his success. At last he got to Whitehaven, where ha appears to have roused the susuicions Mr. W. Smith, prominent friend the ballot. went to Mr. Smith, showed him a list of sub

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

30 Jan 1934

carried by Misses A. Cameron and B. Hood. Mr S. Cameron gave the address. Tea was served by Miss E. M'Kenzie and Mrs Steel, with assistants. Major J. A. Don, of Cray, proposed votes of thanks. A dance followed, with Mr J. Petrie as M.C. Musio was supplied

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Tamworth Herald

Tamworth Herald Staffordshire, England

2 Aug 1930

•» ' *°* enjoying DBS. . his looks very black for us. doesn it? yOUr Don yon think we ought searched.- v - ~ . , 7 ~ • , T , ■ , Yours affectionately, .Vmsense, said Mr. Lake, pflt looked «RACE MARDALE. insist, though/ said Mrs. Mortimer, sharply. We

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

26 Mar 1887

this seeming loggerhead, And then produced the board. His brow grew clear, his eye grew bright, The maiden saw plan was right, more his thoughts did roam : She set the men to have game, From off his breast a great load came— Tne youth felt quite home.

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West Middlesex Advertiser and Family Journal

West Middlesex Advertiser and Family Journal London, England

9 Sep 1865

place a few days ago in a vehicle plying between and Vall£raugue. A soldier took his seat by her side and began to smoke, and let the match fall which had used for lighting his cigar. The young woman shortly after, feeling an unusual heat, discovered that

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Leicester Journal

Leicester Journal Leicestershire, England

10 Oct 1862

tbe of Mr. Rackham, medical i herbalist. No. 38, Sutherland-terrace, Caledonian road, demolishing the front and glass cases, and forcing his I way into the parlour, where, after smashing nearly the whole the furniture, sat quietly down on his haunches

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

29 Dec 1832

to bis seat Bordentown. All his raluables were boxed and numbered previous to bis departure for Europe, and left in charge of sereral old and faithful domestics, subject to future orders. Industry and Charity.—The late Mr. Hill, of Cbepel-street, Westminster

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

16 Jan 1847

|»rivatf ol his trie mis \lhmn; lif «iil>s..|iit-nilv v bit til tin- nlifit- Ins rect-|ition m.ih «ny t*a%ou»aldf. lib Lord^ln |» tlnl not pay his visit a candidate; a> whither In- utft-rs liintsfll' or not d*-p»*iiils «.n the pi*ili:il»ility his t»t relnriifil

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Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

20 Aug 1857

founded his family, he renred his palace, he got him his title, and seemed to have his reward; but, one day, one of those under-currents that run hidden along the course of trade aud speculation rose up to the surface, and, like a flood, swept all his wealth

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

31 Aug 1933

Master 4 Shove Halfpenny (Sir Alfred Butt) i , _ , Butters 8 Pomelo (H J Brueton) Hudson 8 3 Best Bargain (Lady Robinson) Dundas 8 Baden's Lady (Mrs Peek) G Sadler 1 , Norton Cyder (S F Wharton) 8 Principal Girl (J Russell) liusscll 7 Phenick (J Cannon)

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