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Published: Friday 05 January 1900
Newspaper: Western Chronicle
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 557 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

CHAPTER L

... hold and rushed after ths murderer down the stairs. Through open window one of the rooms on the ground floor she followed, •whig man’s figure running before her a distance in the darkness, and last, still trying to follow, she fell and fainted in the ...

Published: Friday 12 January 1900
Newspaper: Western Chronicle
County: Somerset, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 4964 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

ANNUAL BURNS DINNER

... Claret (which some folk ca' Soordcok). Cuddle mv Dearie, Treacle Yill. and ither drinks o' that iik, New Mask Tea. etc. Let Whig Tory agree To spend this nicht in mirth and glee. This menu having been done full justice to, Chairman opened the toast list ...

BATH CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION

... of the Erench and gained for large tracks of land. The loss of the American colonies, he mentioned, was due to the action of Whig Ministry—at the head of which was George Grenville—in trying to tax them without their consent being either asked or given ...

BOER & BRITON

... political volume. For now knows perfectly well hew Radicals for twenty years past have been made to dance jigs those milestones of Whigs, and blow great blasts of tunes the driest manner against those old codgers, the Old-Tories. Ask ponderous Harcourt, and even ...

(From The World.)

... bn»t Leaden Seeiaty, and habitud of Holland Haase and House. Lord Lyredea’s father, Me. Tirana Smith, was a member several Whig Governments. was wata Ilian President of the Board Control and sat in Parliament for Northampton far nearly thirty years. Tho ...

Published: Friday 09 March 1900
Newspaper: Shepton Mallet Journal
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 2518 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Notes and Queries

... wages. Mr. Trenchard, M.P. for Taunton, 1704, perhaps promoted the tiade. It is also said that published the ludependeut Whig.—ViVAßr. A Forgotten Somerset Worthy.—This is Peter of Blois, Archdeacon of Bath, in the reign of Richard I. Wheu Richaid was ...

50, SECONDHAND PIANOS

... high, bidfc marble banka, and pill of atalagmltea, neat hetrfat. and with of tlacOrta are placed behind the piUara “Temple” ah,whig the tranapareayy. and to manact that and bath chaw can taken newlyto the end opiniona glee the palm to thia wonderful ankun ...

Published: Saturday 05 May 1900
Newspaper: Weston Mercury
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 988 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

17th ANNUAL MEETING AT CHURCH

... Church and Realm were alike imperilled. We can now estimate more fairly the worth that robust patriotic loyalty which welded Whig and Tory in unshaken union. ** we are struck with wonder when we reflect what organ >c development, carried out into the minutest ...

Published: Saturday 02 June 1900
Newspaper: Weston Mercury
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 2057 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

Notes and Queries

... and Protection. Now there were four candidates for West Somerset, Messrs. Acland and Dickinson Tories, Sandford and Tynte, Whigs. Was it Sir p' Acland, of Fairfield, Stogursey, and was it Dickinson' of Kingsweston I know the seats of the other two were ...

of •• models. “It * no use, she cried, “ Fm ofll

... had converted in'o sleeping apartments. out, in bedroom over livery •‘table. All three were very poor, and were «>nsUnt.y in whig is figuratively known dining with Duke Humphry ” ; for was we have said) the early Sixties, a* have been called. Bohemia still ...

Published: Saturday 30 June 1900
Newspaper: Weston Mercury
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 4457 | Page: 11 | Tags: none

Notes and Quertes

... between f Trade and Protection. Now there were four candidates £or West Somerset, Messrs. Acland and Dickinson, Toric and Whigs. Was it S.r P. Aclaud Fairfield, Stogursey, and was it Dickinson, ' of I know the seats of the other two were Court and Halsewell ...