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THE QUEEN GREGORY.

THE QUEEN GREGORY.

does Mr. Gregory leave us entirely in the dark with respect to that ? lam not aware that the Duke ever met Mr. Gregory, had any communication with him, or ever saw him. The learned sergeant went further into the affidavit of Mr. Barnard Gregory, which alleged
17 June 1843 - Kentish Independent - London, London, England
 
HIGH OFFICIAL DISMISSED

HIGH OFFICIAL DISMISSED

other transactions to which attention need bo drawn. Case of Gregory. The of Mr Gregory, to which we now pass, is much more complicated (the report goes on). At tho beginning of 1923 Mr Gregory was put in touch with Messrs Ironmonger & Co. by O'Malley.
28 February 1928 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Tuesday, June 90.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Tuesday, June 90.

dress-boxes, and I think I paid. I have, however, had orders from Mr. Gregory very often. I have heard Mr. Gregory speak of the Duke of Brunswick. I never remonstrated with Mr. Gregory on the course which he was taking with his paper. I have been in the
21 June 1843 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
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by Vera, Gregory, and Oscar Davidson. The latter was silent and reserved. When he spoke. his remarks were uttered with a curious coldness, and Gregory seemed preOccupied. Vera was thinking of other things, and spoke only at intervals. Gregory addressed
17 February 1933 - North Wilts Herald - Swindon, Wiltshire, England
 
:rs to the editors.

:rs to the editors.

allusion to Mr. that morning-(hear, hear), life had always looked Gregory’s character or cast any imputation his upon Mr. Gregory and Mr. I felk as tbe integrity—(hear, hear). Although Mr. Gregory best motives. unfortunate matter dispu-j* t have a great desir
03 January 1874 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
JOHN GREGORY'S 'TASTY

JOHN GREGORY'S 'TASTY

the truth, there was very little romance about John Gregory, and if he ever did marry, probably money would bane more to do with deter(' fining his choice than any softer gentian nt. So John Gregory, avoiding the snatrimontal snares which were laid for
09 August 1889 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
NISI PRIUS COURT.

NISI PRIUS COURT.

said with regard to Mr. Gregory and a toeat to the paupers. Mr. Gregory wm nob present at the {tame. A question was mked, on the 23rd, the following Tuesday, when I wm again present, and Met Gregory wm also there. Mr. Gregory made a speech, f had taken
20 March 1874 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
TION OF LUNACT.

TION OF LUNACT.

•even year*, and is *aii«fied that the state of Sir Gregory's mind unsound. Came to Bedford with Sir Gregory in and saw Corbet, Kennedy, Bryant, and Tomkins, there with him. Cro^exarnined—Sir Gregory has always cow plained being in ar.il himmrif with
10 July 1826 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
KART SCENE AT THE BOARD.

KART SCENE AT THE BOARD.

applied to him Mr. Gregory. He hoped Mr. Gregory #suld apologise. Mr. Wood thought Mr. Gregory had made a great mistake in applying the word, and appealed to him, a friend, to withdraw it. The also expressed a hope that Mr. Gregory would withdraw it;
31 December 1873 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CARO OP THI syn.

CARO OP THI syn.

expert. Gregory turned and faced him. " Say, do you wish to speak to me ?" The man produced a card. Gregory swore under his breath. It was another member of the Press Association. " I want some news about the Auckland murder I" he begged. Gregory glanced
20 January 1933 - North Wilts Herald - Swindon, Wiltshire, England