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Text:"... that are afrlifled, they may depend upon a Cure. Pleafe to enquire for Mrs. Lloyd, at Mr. Sanpi.anb's, Staymaker, in^ Hand-Court, Holborn ; or may be waited on at theid own Houfes. No Cure no Pay. N. B. Likev..."
Date:July 6 1770
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... .. . ": of Parliameir .... : . the room of Bi> � Ceptcd a place. Mifs Turner i R.ill-room at St. � :; Mrs. Lloyd j deceatc^ _� or t:ic two joir.t-. � :r>', in t;ie room of .. j cSiooft'j to retire. --�1 p..."
Date:Apr 11 1763
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., On the 2d inftant, at Winchefter, Mrs. Whitehead, relid of the late William Whitehead, Efq. of the Iiland of Antigua-.-The 8th inftant, Mrs. Lloyd, wife of Richard Lloyd, Efq. banker, of Wrexham..."
Date:Sep 17 1800
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... is made public for the Benefit of thole that ire arBifted, they may depend upon a Cure. Pleafe f) enquire for Mrs. Lloyd, at Mr. Sandland's, Stay-uiaker, * Hand.court) IHilborn, or may be waJt'eff on..."
Date:Sep 14 1770
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...8 LLOYD GEORGE work as a solicitor. He lived in a modest home on the outskirts of the metropolis, and there his children - two sons and three daughters - were brought up in simple ways. One daughter..."
Date:1918
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... faithful in her traditions to her own people, has proved to Mr. Lloyd George a tremendous asset both in his public and private life and in his great position. It is worthy of note that Mrs. Lloyd Georges..."
Date:Between 1863 and 1945
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... of Parliament. Mrs. Lloyd George has a very vivid recollection of an incident which occurred within a few weeks of their settlement in their own home at Criccieth, which clearly revealed the intensity of her..."
Date:Between 1863 and 1945
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., where Mrs. Lloyd was buried, as their exclusive ground. Again - From the Northern Monthly Magazine, January, 1868: In the old Friends burying ground of Philadelphia, may be seen the grave of Gov. Lloyds..."
Date:1870
Publication place:Camden, New Jersey, USA
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Text:".... It was apparently the brides popularity rather than the bridegrooms position which justified this display, and the squibs were let off, not because Mrs. Lloyd George was descended from Owen Glendower and one..."
Date:Between 1863 and 1945
Publication place:London, England
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