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Text:"...’S DETECTIVES.—For TRIVATE FBEWEN—NUNZIANTIO.—^On the 19th Feb., at Rome, = HughMoretonFrewen, of Inni.shannon House, cp. Cork, to Donna Maria Nunziantc, second daughter of the late Duke of Mignano. HAILEY..."
Date:Feb 23 1914
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... daagliter. the 8th Nor^ at 28, Sydenham-hill, Donna Miri», trite of HughMoretonFrewen, Sab-Lieut. R.N.V.R., of imiiAannon, co. Cork, oi a son. Italian papers, please copy. yjoST.—Oa the 12th in..."
Date:Nov 16 1914
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., to Bernard and Kathleen Franklin-Adams—a son. FBEWEN.—On the 21st Dec., at 26, Chilworth-etreet, Lan-ca«teT-gate, the wife (née Donna Maria de Milano) of Lieut. HughMoretonFrewen, R.N.VJI., Anson Battalion..."
Date:Jan 3 1916
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... MoretonFrewen). Nutt. 3s. 6d. Miscellaneous Cambridge University Calendar, 1909-1910. Cambridge : Deighton Bell. 7«. 6d. net. Cookery Book of Lady Clark of Tillypronie, The (Edited by Catherine Frances..."
Date:1909
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Farrington, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (Fiji), Wm. Melville Foster, M.A., B.C.L. (Jamaica), HughMoretonFrewen (Southern Nigeria), William J. Gilchrist (British Guiana), William H. Gilfillan (Transvaal), G. Grant..."
Date:Between 1908 and 1909
Publication place:London, England
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Text:".... $1.50. Alcestis : A Drama. By Carlota Montenegro. l2mo, 110 pages. Richard G. Badger. 11.25. Light Among the Leaves. By HughMoretonFrewen. 12mo, 149 pages. London : David Nutt. The Silver Lining..."
Date:1909
Place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"... -; and Mr. Eden's mother were sisters and were the - daughters of Sir Edward Grey. ' ;! Mr. Frewen's parents were HughMoretonFrewen ! -; and the Princess Maria di Mignano. Miss Gully is ; - the elder..."
Publication:Aug 20 1952 - Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Page:5
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Text:"...-are HughMoretonFrewen and Princess Maria Di Mignano. Miss Gully is the elder daughter bf Viscount and Viscountess Selby. DISTRICT TENNIS The A grade final of the District Tennis Association's Saturday..."
Publication:Aug 21 1952 - Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia
Page:8
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Text:"... general permanent reform or improvement. AN ABORIGINAL STATE. From HUGHMORETONFREWEN:— Your leading article on the proposed aboriginal State is quite unanswerable in its destructive criticism. To gather..."
Publication:Apr 12 1926 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Page:7
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Text:"...' THE RUSSO-GERMAN TREATY From HUGHMORETONFREWEN check against war. '4 careful 'perusal o the terms of the pact' should eo far to remove these first Impressions ^Clause 2 of the new treaty merely stipulates..."
Publication:Apr 30 1926 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Page:7
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Text:"...'. MISCELLANEOUS IN MEMORIAM. TO THE HAPPY WARRIOR. The following tribute, which is a gem of its kind, is from the pen of Captain HughMoretonFrewen, ^pf Tyringham, a descendant of one of England's fighting..."
Publication:Nov 14 1935 - Bland, New South Wales, Australia
Page:4
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Text:"...-SIWCT. Oaea tsi 9 ? jr. FniaTX. 1 — WANTED, A NEW PARTY. CLEAN POLITICS AND CO-OPERATION By HUGHMORETONFREWEN. Is has been said that a nation gets the Government it deserves. In the light of present events..."
Publication:Aug 7 1925 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Page:15
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Text:"... at Karachi, India, on August 1 will be received with sorrow by his Adelaide Univer sity contemporaries, for he took his engineering degree there in ; 1939. He was a son of Mr. HughMoretonFrewen. of Jerome..."
Publication:Aug 19 1948 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Page:3
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Text:".... WHY WE HAVE NOT GOT IT. By HughMoretonFrewen (President of the All-Australia Association). Mr. Lloyd George has ? a discovery. He declares that ? key-kick" to the struggling British ? dustry..."
Publication:Sep 17 1925 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Page:12
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Text:"...: ill!li?i duulil^ on it? I'KU Jill .*!!'?! i*.;i .til.; (?'?iltW.OlWT Tllscn-.A-L'l (?;?;--< ... ; J .'. g!.iviiy i-uaj* ix-itfte iv THE NEAR EAST. By HUGHMORETONFREWEN. late Special Service Offer..."
Publication:Sep 22 1925 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Page:9
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Text:"...;""? ? —--1 - -^?*Wat?a?- IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT. THE NEED. AND HOW TO MEET IT. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR CHRISTIAN EFFORT. By HUGHMORETONFREWEN. The ? ! :m.I tlio Umpire. Ititiierio the .-.>-t of an | ::.--=i..."
Publication:May 13 1925 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Page:12
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Text:"...'S HOSTEL. KIMBERLEY. From HUGHMORETONFREWEN , Victor Harbour: — I havo received an ap peal from the Rev. John Bcresfordj-Peirsc, hon. .chaplain to tbo BUKop of Kimbcrlcy (South Africa) for contributions..."
Publication:Aug 28 1925 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Page:13
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Text:"... of our own conscience. ; '" LIFE HEREBEFORE. From HUGHMORETON' FREWEN:- To most people, I imagine, The domestic events of strangers are devoid of interest such as occur in their own circle..."
Publication:Mar 18 1925 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Page:15
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Text:"... come before it. THE NEAR EAST. By HUGHMORETONFREWEN, late Special Service Officer at Mosul. The p.o'itical position in the Near East is one of extraordinary complexity. Great Britain in her capacity..."
Publication:Sep 26 1925 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Page:46
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Text:"... that this was recognised. From J. CHAS. GENDERS, Hon. Secre tary: — If my friend, Mr. HughMoretonFrewen has read the petition and mani festo relating to the above proposal he has evidently misunderstood them.- If not, I..."
Publication:Apr 15 1926 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Page:15