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Birth:Feb 11 1836
Death:Feb 23 1918
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Text:"..., and that many other ports will follow the example of Bristol and Ipswich, which are already moving in the matter. Yesterday Mr. ThomasBrassey, M.P., the commanding officer of the London contingent, invited..."
Date:Apr 6 1873
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... rabbits in a warren. We do not idways agree with Sir ThomasBrassey, but we really feel with him that, aocord* ng t5 the Standard's report of his speech a night or two ago at Hastings, “ The liberal Party..."
Date:May 18 1883
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...THE EDINBURGH COURANT, TüESEâY, WVEMBER *5, 188«. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. MONDAY, November 24, HOUSE OF LORDS DOCKYARD ENGINEERS. LORD NORTHBROOK’S REPORT. Sir THOMASBRASSEY (in «plying to Mr la reply..."
Date:Nov 25 1884
Publication:Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom
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Text:"... oir Sir THOMASBRASSEY said that the subject Tery depressed state of mind so m servant sitting m tho House of t with by ony Ho had tho greatest respect for Lord Salisbury on a long visit to his friend..."
Date:Nov 25 1884
Publication:Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of arriving at this gigantic figure (329,520) Sir ThomasBrassey had included a host of ships forming no possible part of our ironclad fleet. Equally exaggerated were Sir T. Brassey’s statements with regard..."
Date:Sep 13 1884
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... Gladstone’s last Administrations, and the honours they received, he may at least plead some curicms recorded facts as his excuse. Take, for example, the case of Sir ThomasBrassey. In November, 1885, when Sir..."
Date:Oct 25 1889
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of peace (loud and prolonged cheering, during whioh the right hon. gentleman resumed his seat, having spoken for more than an hour and a half).—tSir ThomasBrassey proposed a vote of thanks to the ohairman..."
Date:July 5 1886
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... ideas ar.d institutions.—Other speeches were delivered by Loid Morley, Sir T. Brassey, o. Celtic Remains in’ Austria.—A discovery..."
Date:July 25 1881
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...*, and Administration. By Sir Thorium Brassey, K.C.B. In this, the final volume of his work, Sir ThomasBrassey deals with the shipbuilding policy of the navy, and quotes numerous opinions of practical and theoretical..."
Date:Nov 27 1882
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., Roger Seely, C Borlase, W C Fitzmaurite, Ld Lloyd, Morgan Sellar, Alex. C Brand, H R Fitzwilliam,H WMacfarlane, D UShaw, ThomasBrassey, H A Fitzwilliam, W J Mackie, R B Shell, E Hoyer, John Macliver, P S..."
Date:June 13 1884
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Mayor said that this was the twenty second time that the Lord Mayor of London had attended the ceremony and that the Lady Mayoress had presented the prizes to the London Rifle T J Sir ThomasBrassey..."
Date:Nov 26 1881
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"....P., Samuel Morley,’ Baron Rothschild, M.P., ThomasBrassey, J. T. Briscoe, M.P., J. P. B. Westhead, M.P., R. Hanbury, M.P., H. Pease, M.P., Alderman Salomons, M.P., F. Crossley, M.P., G. Hadfield, M^P., W..."
Date:June 29 1860
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., recommended Mr. ThomasBrassey, jan., the son of the well-known railway contractor. This recommendation was adopted by the general committee, and it was decided that in the event of a vacancy Mr. Brassey should..."
Date:June 8 1863
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., that a general election is impossible in France, j even at the present moment r When it became known that Mr. ThomasBrassey, the great contractor, was no more, a wide-spread feeling of sincere regret..."
Date:Dec 11 1870
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... we have named MrThomasBrassey having been consulted b some leading members of the Trade Societies has given them some advice with respect tc the strike in South Wales is sup by some very alain..."
Date:May 4 1875
Publication:Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of the Eir* kenhead, Lanca.ihire, and Cheshire Junction Railway Company was held at the Monks' Ferry Hotel, Birkenliead, on Saturday, to authorise the directors to issue bond.s for £90,000 to ThomasBrassey..."
Date:Nov 3 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... must we omit to point to Chapter 21, couraged, Ij.^wever, he next tendered I'or, and sue- which is devoted to “ Mr. ThomasBrassey’s recol-cevd'd in obtaiuing, the cuiitnict for the Penkridge i lections..."
Date:Sep 8 1872
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of others, hia ilhisitnoua kindred, astonisbment and indignation that Sir ThomasBrassey, an absolute stranger by birtb and name, ahould lay claim to the litle of Btilkbley, to which, he asserts, he iias..."
Date:Aug 9 1886
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Prize of /'2s.—Sir, my attention has only-just been called to a paragraph in a recent issue of Mayfair animadverting 011 Mr. ThomasBrassey, M.TVs most liberal offer of for the best manual of suggestions..."
Date:Aug 30 1879
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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