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Text:"...24 Chronicle-Telegram Elyria. ouo. Thur, July 22, Area death notices ROBERTR. LORD LORAIN RobertR. (Bert) Lord, 81, retired employe of Nickel Plate Road, yeeterday at his borne, died 3603 Oakriale..."
Date:July 22 1965
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... drawn in an open chariot by the populace to the front of the hustings. Mr, Fellowes and LordRobert Montagu, with their prooession, started from Hinchinbrook, the seat of the Earl of Sandwich, At ten..."
Date:May 3 1859
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to the regular who vote j h6Minst the L Lord Major Henry W B Colonel ft Lord J Lord E Sir R C Sir M Lord A Lord B Colonel Bir E F RobertLord A 8 0 Henry W W O Barl LordR G H B B Robert Edward J J T H Colonel Sir..."
Date:June 20 1866
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., Lord J. Clive, Hop. Robert Kemmis, T. A, Tliynne, Lord H, Clive, Henry Kenyon, Hon. L. Throckmorton, R, Cockburn, Hn. SirG, k-Wfiaon, Sic Eiward Thompson, Aid. Cole, Hon. Arthur Kilderbee, g.H. Townshend..."
Date:Jan 28 1832
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... ..................... 89 Againstit..........................................203 Mwority ......................1Ô9 JOURNEYMEN BAKERS. LordROBERT OROSVENOR, after presenting (as did 'üord D. Stuart, Mr. Osborne, and Mr..."
Date:May 8 1850
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., , The report stage of Hhe Biíl was then proceeded witìi, and a number of amfendnvents inoved by lir. Remnant, Mr. Bowles, Lord .Robert Cecil, and Sir Frederick Banbury were opposed by Mr. Harcourt and rejected..."
Date:Oct 19 1909
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... had not even been read a second time. “ Everyone knows,” said LordRobert, “ of the negotiations that have bçén going on to obtain for the Government the Nationalirt support of thé Budget. Well, Mr..."
Date:Sep 7 1909
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... members described by Dod as “ liberals,” who voted against Mr. Baines’s billMr. H. J. Adeaue, Major Anson, Mr. Bonham-Carter, Lord John Browne, Sir R. Bolkeley, Sir M. Cholmeley, Colonel Coke, Mr. Robert..."
Date:May 9 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...' was organized last year, when Its first fair was held. .The officers are: President, J. M.. Terry; vice Yuill; Delaney: secretary, E. H. Knicker- bocker. M. Terry, James Yolll, Wm. McNee. RobertLord, Funnan..."
Date:Aug 30 1893
Publication:Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... candidates, and ever and anon and frAW. v.arious comers the contesting discords of rival hands, gsfve more animation than harmony to the scene. At nine o’closk LordRobert Grosvenor and h's friends assembled..."
Date:Aug 5 1817
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... 13057 RobertR. Lord November 7, 2003 RobertR. Lord, 77 of Con- stantia died Friday, November 7, 2003 in St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse. Born in Oneida, he had lived in Constantia over 50 years. He..."
Date:Nov 8 2003
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... with the gravest possibilities tò the good government pf this country (cheers). APPEAL TO EVIDENCE. LordROBERT CECIL (U;, Hitchin).—We have been told with some glee that we should; look to the divisipri. The Prime..."
Date:Mar 29 1912
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... newspaper man saw in the Government proceeding an attack on the freedom of the Press. LordRobert Cecil, Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, did not question the patriotic motives of the journals in question..."
Date:Dec 1 1915
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...’dock on Thursday morning, when the chairman, Mr. Mildmay, stated that he had received a letterfrom a member of the committee (LordRobert Grosvenor), solidtii^ to be excused from his attendance^ owing..."
Date:Mar 15 1838
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... allewed his amendment to be negativrd witli-out a dtyi^ioii. ; LordRobert. Cécil tried to reopen tlie contributory plan of old age pensions, Bufc that point was decided on the second reading debate, iaml..."
Date:June 25 1908
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... into a committee upon certain portions of the Act of Uniformity ”—(Mr. Edward Pleydell Bouverie). Debate arising ; motion made, and question proposed, “That the debate be now adjourned”—(LordRobert Cecil). Motion..."
Date:May 6 1863
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... Barttelot, Colonel Bass, Arthur Bathurst, Allen Beach, W. W. Bcccroft, George Biddulph, Colonel Bovill, W. Brecknock, Earl Bridges, Sir B. Bright, Sir C. Briscoe, J. I. Bromley, W. Brooks, Robert Bruce, Lord..."
Date:Mar 21 1866
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... officials. In the talk, however, LordRobert Cecil moved that the Bill be sent back to the Gom-mittee-for further consideration, because there was no clear definition of what constituted a trade dispute..."
Date:Nov 10 1906
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...., Antigua. “ Edward, Newfoundland.’’ His Grace the Archbishop said he had taken the opinion of the Vicar-General (Dr. Twiss) upon the petition of Robert, Lord Bishop of Cape Town, to be summoned..."
Date:Feb 17 1853
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... ” was coning down]. Mr. Hanbury; hid said that if lie (LordR. Grosvenor) would taka the aristocracy, be hijowlf would take the democracy. Bat he (LordRobert Groevenor) did not intend to giva up the democracy..."
Date:Apr 9 1857
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom