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Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser

Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser Lancashire, England

19 Jul 1894

DINNER TO MR. BRYCE AND LORD TWEEDMOUTH. Mr. James Bryee, the ex-Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, and Lord Tweedmouth, the present Chancellor, were entertained last night the London National Liberal Club by the Liberal members of Parliament for

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London Evening Standard

London Evening Standard London, England

19 Jul 1894

MR. BRYCE AND LORD TWEED- MOUTH. Mr. Bryce, the ex-Chancellor, and Lord Tweedmouth, the present Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, were entertained at dinner last night at the National Liberal Club by the Liberal members of Parliament for Lancashire

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

19 Jul 1894

DINNER TO MR. BRYCE AND LuhD lTfWEEl)iHOUTH. TI'E APl [J `.`INTM'TENI' AF MAGIST1A'1'TLS. Jl i. .l.tIltS cc, the ?? o of the v1 of Lalwv Stlr, :ndi Lord 'lweedinruth, the jreent Chan- cehlor of the Dis-Ly of hiaricaster, worertcrtaisn Lest igt at ??

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Western Times

Western Times Devon, England

10 Jul 1894

The Lancashire Liberal members sad the Chairmen of Liberal Associations the County wiil entertain Lord Tweedmouth and Mr Bryce to a banquet on the 18th Lloyd's telegram from Margate states that tbe schooner L'zaie Trenberth. of Fowey, cargo Chios clay

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

30 May 1894

The appointment of Mr Bryce President of Board of Trade and of Lord Tweedmouth as* Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster officially announced. THE ATTRACTIONS OF BEAUTIFUL HEAD) OF HAIR, PEARL-WHITE TEETH, FRAGRANT BREATH should induce m* WOODS' QUININE

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

1 Mar 1949

Blakewell Lane, Tweedmouth, accepting three tea coupons and three soap coupons at Tweedmouth on January 15th. Catherine Thompson, 40 Union Park Road, Tweedmouth, accepting personal points, two lea coupons and two soap coupons at Tweedmouth on January 15th

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

24 Apr 1935

Mercury. Leeds Mercury Colleagues, and the Leeds Branch the National Union Journalists. MR. J. LUPTON BOOTH Funeral Service at The funeral of Mr. John Lupton 800 ill. of LoiKiesboTough Park, near Market Weighlon, took ]ilacc yesterday the Parish Church

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London Daily News

London Daily News London, England

14 May 1902

Lord Tweedmouth and Mr. Herbert Paul represented their sex, and amongst women were the Hon. Mrs. W. Napier, ; Lady Osborne Morgan. Mrs. Rntson. Miss Fry, | Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. N. Morison. Mrs. Bryce, Mrs. A, W, Soames, Mrs. James Mcnsies, Miss Bryce, Mrs

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The Berwick Advertiser

The Berwick Advertiser Northumberland, England

31 Mar 1949

BERWICK LOOKS “DANCED GOOD’’ TO TWEEDMOUTH EXILE H°ME from America for the first time in 24 years, a Tweedmouth native declares the town has improved 100 per cent, since his last visit in 1925. But Mr Peter Bryce of Chicago thinks the speed of traffic

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser Kent, England

21 Jul 1894

DINNER TO LORD TWEEDMOUTH A N D - P 110 - PESSOB BRYCE. Mr. Bryce and Lord Tweedmouth were entertained at dinner, by the Liberal members for Lancashire, at the N Liberal Club. in London, on the 18th inst. Mr. Bryce referred to the improvements he bed

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

9 Mar 1895

PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS.—Maacn 4. SCOTCH Lord Tweedmouth movedthe second res ding of the Sea Fisheries Regulation (Scotland) Bill, the provisions of which, he explained, were somewhat similar to those of the measure that was before the

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

9 Dec 1896

PROFESSOR BRYCE'S YNEW BOOK. REFERENCES TO ARMTENIA. The Press Association has received from Messrs, Macmillan a. copy of Professor Bryce's bock on Trans. caucasia and Araratr; to which has been added a chap- ter on the Aroenian question. Mr. Bryce traces

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The Berwick Advertiser

The Berwick Advertiser Northumberland, England

6 Nov 1924

In'came acquainted in the course of his duties. The wedding has taken place 1315 Massa-mi’ Avenue. Chicago, Air Peter Bryce, son James Bryce, Tweed mouth, Mias »v hit aw. native of Kyemouth. The bride was given away by her brother, Mrs Whitelaw. siater-ia-'aw

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Dover Express

Dover Express Kent, England

12 Jan 1906

choice and won their confidence, that all the B'ryces, Bannermans, Crewes, and Tweedmouths, combined, will not have the courage to attempt to oust the maker of the Dover Port of Call, so it a vain thing for Mr. Bryce to hold that out as a sop to the Doveritcs

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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

6 Mar 1896

LADY TWEEDMOUTH'S RECEPTION. Lord and Lady Tweedmouth entertained at dinnsi yesterday evening at Brook House, Park-lane, the Russian Ambassador, the Duke of Devonshire, the Duchess of Montrose, the Marquis of Londonderry and Lady Helen Stewart, the Earl

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The Berwick Advertiser

The Berwick Advertiser Northumberland, England

16 Jun 1938

FORD.—At 42, West Street, Belford. on Juno 12th, to and Mrs Charles Ford—a son. OCATMft BRYCE.—At Maidenhead Hospital (suddenly), Jane, daughter the late Janies Bryce, 7, Etal Hoad. Interred Maidenhead Cemetery. DARLINQ.—At the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh

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Shipley Times and Express

Shipley Times and Express Yorkshire, England

21 Jul 1894

DINNER TO LORD TWEEDMOUTH AND PBOFESSOE BBYCE. Mr. Bryce and Lord Tweedmonth were entertained at dinner, by the Liberal members for lancashire, at the National Liberal Club, in London, on the 18th inst. Ur. Bryce referred to the improvements had made

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Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser

Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser Lancashire, England

21 Jul 1894

The National Liberal Club found excuse for feast on Wednesday evening the retirement Mr. Bryce from, and the appointment of Lord Tweedmouth to, the office of the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. There was nothing exhilarating about the proceedings

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

23 May 1894

correspondent says :—There are many who profess to believe that Mr Bryce will be the on* chosen, in which case is said Lord Tweedmouth would probably become Chancellor the Duchy. Mr Bryce, however, is believed to have no ambition shine as Minister of Trade

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Nottinghamshire Guardian

Nottinghamshire Guardian Nottinghamshire, England

8 Jun 1895

MB. BRYCE ON THE WORK OP THE GOVERNMENT. Speaking in Aberdeen cm Tuesday Mr. Bryce re- viewed the general poration of the party in the House of Commons. He said they were more convinced than ever of the necessity for Home Buie, but both that measure and

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