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Text:"..., Charles G}eorgeFane, William Edward Saxton Brotoe, and George jSobert Hope, to be comiaanders Ln her Majesty's fleet.S Sob-Lieutenant Arthtir Penry wmiama to be a lieutenant in her Majesty's fleet. Acting..."
Date:Oct 21 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., on THURSDAY, the 22d day of January, ISS.'i, at I welve o'clock, at Noon, by order of the Honourable Robert George Cecil Fane, one of the Commissioners of the Court of Bankruptcy in London.''rhe u jdermentioned..."
Date:Sep 10 1834
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., A. H. DUJiLAP, :of Enpineere. A. McDONf Noiice of Hearing to "Appropriate .PuWic Witera .of the aate of, 'Texas. No. 716. Notice is hereby given, to whom, liohee'rn'eil, that G. and C, GeorgeFane..."
Date:Oct 5 1922
Publication:Mexia, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... a dark flush overspread his face. "You know GeorgeFane, continued Harmon easily. "Well, that's odd. 1 thought, of tain Sclwyn, Mr. Fane, It'a not usual, but it's done." They exclinnffcd and brieC..."
Date:Nov 7 1908
Publication:Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Mrs. GeorgeFane had few troubles and many happy days. They were not rich, but they had enough to eat and fairly good clothes to wear, and the taxes on their home were not too high. Mr. Fane died one..."
Date:Dec 15 1911
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... K/1IL THE WIDOW THAT WON By M. QUAD Copyright. 1911, by Associated Literary Press. As the wife of the village carpenter Mrs. GeorgeFane had few troubles fjj and many happy days. They were not rich..."
Date:Dec 7 1911
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... know GeorgeFane, don’t you?” continued Harmon easily. “Well, that’s odd. 1 thought, of course— Captain Selwyn, Mr. Fane, It’s not usual, hut it’s done.” They exchanged formalities—dry and ?u..."
Date:Dec 19 1908
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... the infatu- j ated chinless gentleman Whose facial en- semble remotely resembled the features'bt'! a pleased and placid lizard of the Rep-, tilfan period." GeorgeFane! That is particu- larly disagreeable..."
Date:Sep 14 1908
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... remotely resembled tbe features of a pleased and placid lizard of the reptilian period.” “Oh, GeorgeFane! That is particu- Chapter 4 ELWYN had truly enough expected to encounter Alixe again somewhere..."
Date:Dec 17 1908
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... of the reptilian Oh GeorgeFane That is particu larly disagreeable of you Captain Sel wyn because bis wife has been very nice to she spoke most cordially of Which one was she The Dresden china one She looks simply..."
Date:Dec 14 1908
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... of the reptilian period." "Oh. GeorgeFane! That is pnrticu- Inrly disagreeable of you, Captain Scl- wyn, because his wife has been very nice to Rosamund and she cpokc most cordlnlly of "Which one was "The Dresden..."
Date:Nov 5 1908
Publication:Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... is this GeorgeFane?" "Fane?" "Yes—.the chinless gentleman, with gentle brown and protruding eyes and the expression of a tame brontosaurus." "Wh/^-how do you mean, Phil? •What sort of man? He's a banker. He isn..."
Date:Nov 14 1908
Publication:Biloxi, Mississippi, United States of America
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Text:"... opposite Selwyo, 1 don't usualiy do IL Here comes the man who persuades me—my own partner. Selwyn looked up to see Fane approaching, and instantly a dark fiush overspread his face. ‘You know GeorgeFane, don..."
Date:Oct 28 1909
Publication:Grandview, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"... with boiled or baked HELPS FOR AMATEUR GARDENERS WAR CROPS TO PLANT NOW Time for another big the garden NKXT STORY PETER RABBIT AND SLOW POKE DINE THE By M QUAD As the wife of the Mrs GeorgeFane had few..."
Date:June 15 1918
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:".... So was be. I mean the Infat uated chlnless gentleman whose facial ensemble remotely resembled tbe features of a pleased and placid lizard oi the reptilian period. Oh, GeorgeFane! That is particu larly..."
Date:Nov 7 1908
Publication:Biloxi, Mississippi, United States of America
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Text:".... other night I him find fault with hU cook- the wife of the village carpenter Mrs. GeorgeFane bad few and many happy They were not rich, but they had enough to eat and fairly good clothes to wear..."
Date:Nov 29 1911
Publication:Middletown, New York, United States of America
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Text:"..., entitled "Saved." The ilay was much appreciated by thie large audience that had gathered-; The following is a cast of characters: Mr. GeorgeFane, (a civil 3en Critchlow. Hon. Augustus Cholmondely J. L..."
Date:Feb 17 1906
Publication:Ogden City, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"..., and particularly remarkable for his facetious Humour and humane Difpofniori. ' . . * , . L.a.ft Tuefday arriv'd in Town from Algiers, Mr. GeorgeFane, an eminent Merchant, vrh fome Years ago was taken..."
Date:Sep 3 1747
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... for an encore, the artiiJt quietly acknowledged the^ap- plause by a bovr. In place of Mr. Charles Fry, who was suffering from a sore throat, Mr. GeorgeFane appeared, and pleased the auilience greatly by a clever..."
Date:May 14 1897
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... at eleven. Before Mr. Commissioner Fane. D. Mackinnon, Fitzroy-street, wine merchant, audit at eleven ; M. Milton, Brook-street, Piccadilly, horse dealer, audit at half-past eleven; J. Newbury, Reading..."
Date:Jan 20 1835
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom