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Text:"...-fion of his Death. -- The fame Dap died of a Fever at Have:field in Middlefex (the Seat of SirRichardNewdigate) Daniel Palteney, Efq; Member of Parliament for Prefton in Lancaflilre-A few Days fince died..."
Date:Sep 11 1731
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... pay �1.-Diary of SirRichardNewdigate. -�--__ Retribution, young Father (in the future)-Great gnalies! Can't you do something to quiet that baby? Its eternal squalling drives me frantic. Young Mother..."
Date:Sep 23 1910
Publication:Ukiah, California, United States of America
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Text:"... difficulty. SirRichardNewdigate, one of tho comity niern'ncrs, heing present, told the King that .genius resided in Warwicksliire, and that he thought his consti-j tuciits would answer his Majesty’s wants..."
Date:Nov 11 1850
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... McCURRY MARSH Jb In a telèction ftcm the Newdigate famlljr archlvet pubUthed by Lady Newdi^té-Kowde^ie ire get a gUmpte of thè ^y terranlÉ were treated In the leTenteentli century. SirRichardNewdigate..."
Date:July 4 1914
Publication:Goodland, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... of the stores there, as he smelled everything it contained separately and distinctly.” m* Ruled His Servants by Fines. SirRichardNewdigate, a seventeenth century Warwickshire squire, whoso papers were published..."
Date:Dec 28 1911
Publication:Lumberton, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:".... SirRichardNewdigate. who fliui^hed under Chariee II.. enters in his diary a U^ of linea imposed for various crimes: Nan Newton, for breaking a teapot 28 jki.; BL Knight for pride and slighting. 2s. 6d..."
Date:July 11 1914
Publication:Goodland, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Roger Twifden of Bradboura in relicl of SirRichardNewdigate a aud mother of Sir R ger one of the members for theUffiverfity of On Wednefday died at her houfe in Bifhopfgata William York He had been..."
Date:Sep 20 1765
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... of St. John's : Or; the prefent Oxford Almanack, by the Hon. 1 Mr. Tracey, eldeft Son to the Lord Vhcount Rathcool of the Kingdom of Ire- I land, and SirRichardNewdigate, Bart. On the Hyppo, by Mr..."
Date:July 14 1733
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... -mfhaoecdtfte, contains some (diaFacteristicfitws'wirtttea-by l^e poet altera visit to the author’a ■ship. ■ ■ . . ■ __ READY THIS DAY. With Photogravure Portrait of SirRichardNewdigate. Large post 8vo..."
Date:Sep 26 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... course it is. Who ever had to pay damages in a breach of promise case oc account of the sword he Record-Herald. Ruled His Servants by Fines. SirRichardNewdigate, a century Warwickshire squire, papers..."
Date:Aug 9 1911
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... London to SirRichardNewdigate, the second baronet, of Arbuiy, Warwickshire;. These pioneers of the modem newspaper are full of curious and piquant notes on the news of the day. There are all manner..."
Date:Nov 13 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... have cause for many ccmplaints, but she is very fortunate compared with some of her predecessors For in* stance. SirRichardNewdigate, in lus 17th century diary, records these fines: May Smith..."
Date:Aug 20 1923
Publication:Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:".... She went away the 29th of June for being wanton and care-She lost live pairs of sheets and five pillowbeers, for which my wife made her pay £1.—From Diary of SirRichardNewdigate. Bought Up Offentllng..."
Date:May 8 1902
Publication:Shelbyville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... wife made her pay of SirRichardNewdigate." Velocity of Sfeteorltea. The singular faet has been demon- strated that while the most rapid ve loclty of cannon balls scarcely ever attains a speed of 000..."
Date:June 17 1902
Publication:Greene, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... of SirRichardNewdigate." If You Could Look into the futureand see the condition to which your couuh, if neglected, will bring you, you would seek relief tit once—and that naturally would be through..."
Date:Feb 1 1902
Publication:Mount Pleasant, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... of SirRichardNewdigate some curious and notable material that illustrates the social and political life of a country gentleman in the reign of Charles II. Perhaps the most remarkable of these family..."
Date:Oct 25 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... away tbe 2!Kh of June for being wanton and careless. She lo3t five pairs of sheets and five plll'jwbeers, for which my wife made net pay �1.-Diary of SirRichardNewdigate. Retribution, young Father (in..."
Date:July 26 1911
Publication:Estherville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... RichardNewdigate. a seventeenth century Warwickshire squire, whose papers were published some years ago by one of his descendants, ruled his servants by a system of fines. The Talue at which he rated..."
Date:Sep 15 1911
Publication:Charleroi, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...— Doan's— and take no other. Old- Time English. Household. SirRichardNewdigate, a seventeenth century Warwickshire ( Eng.) squire, whose papers were published some years ago by one of his..."
Date:June 27 1911
Publication:Lemars, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... her pay £1.—“Diary of SirRichardNewdigate.” • -bv vw-X' vvd—I—I* v-c \-v\ Removal! We will move our JEWELRY ..STORE.. TO CET ALL THE NEWS invigorated from a Hummer vacation cy caused..."
Date:Jan 23 1902
Publication:East Liverpool, Ohio, United States of America