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ART THOU THE MAN?

ART THOU THE MAN?

and rage, his strength began to fail, his hold Gregory relaxed, and would have fallen to the ground had not Gregory and Elsie caught him and laid him, more than half-unconscious, his easy-chair. Then Gregory left the room, while Elsie took moans restore
19 January 1901 - Falkirk Herald - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
CHELTENHAM BOARD OP GUARDIANS.

CHELTENHAM BOARD OP GUARDIANS.

sou wriuug on both the parcels. After Mr. Gregory left me I bunt Loth the powders, as I was afraid to take theta. Cronestunined.-4 consulted no other medical matt whil.st wider Mr. Gregory's care. Mr. Gregory's nepheu was present when this conversation
11 September 1844 - Cheltenham Examiner - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
LAIV COURTS.

LAIV COURTS.

who was a cousin of Sir Gregory, and he used to visit in the Alpha-road. Sir Gregory was not like other gentlemen. Remembered going to Brighton in October, 1841, Sir Gregory was at Brighton, and Mr. Paxton was with him. Sir Gregory and Mrs. Graves dine
05 December 1850 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE CHRONICLE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 8, 1893

THE CHRONICLE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 8, 1893

make Gregory his aost.inlaw. Lily left her room w ith the intention of showing Tom her new costume. Outside the door of the apartment in which Gregory and her father were seated she palmed, and there overheard much of their conversation. Gregory was more
08 December 1893 - Lakes Chronicle and Reporter - Windermere, Westmorland, England
 
CROWN COURT.

CROWN COURT.

hall glass door. Can't say whether Keyston or Gregory began the abuse. When they were on the floor, Gregory w as undermost; Keyston had his hand on Gregory's throat. When the stick was broken is sure Gregory's words were not " If this will not do, I 11
06 March 1841 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
DERBYSHIRE MIDSUMMER ASSIZES.

DERBYSHIRE MIDSUMMER ASSIZES.

I nor Gregory wished to tign it with mark. I gave the pen to Gregory and I don't rrcollect whether he to make hia mark inttead of tigning hit name. were not more than two minutes in the room. I don't recollect saying to Mr. Newbold that Gregory wanted
03 August 1859 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE BEDFORDSHIRE MERCURY, MONDAY, JANUARY 20. 1863. *

THE BEDFORDSHIRE MERCURY, MONDAY, JANUARY 20. 1863. *

Mill-street; he took them to Mr. Gregory in gaol, who identified them as being his property. Witness said, Is this your property ? Gregory said, Yes, all of it.” prisoner Gregory; I said, They are for what I know. Mary Ann Gregory, the younger, said Mr
26 January 1863 - Bedfordshire Mercury - Bedford, Bedfordshire, England
 
NOTTINGHAM TOWN

NOTTINGHAM TOWN

{f" | vi , Walter Gregory, and Thackeray, C<muciUow »™J Blalon, Brown, Hartahorn, Lambert, Mcbol V ?? in .-6%amkr (7om- Brewill, Anmbal, Turner, au £ mrh \ Councillors Foster, faittee : Aldermen Hardy •"p^,^ Clarke, Egginton, Gregory, Thompson ( I buna
17 November 1871 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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"aaoiGE lamaa, rtn

But I’ve no paper here. “I have,” answered Gregory, and took out that which had brought with him. “Make your statement the form of letter the Captain and to Miss Merritt ” Vynor protested against this, but Gregory was resolute and insisted ; and when the
05 January 1906 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
denied the fact He then told her she had pledged another piece in Shoreditch, and had the child in her

denied the fact He then told her she had pledged another piece in Shoreditch, and had the child in her

conversation, Mr. Gregory proceeded call Sophia Billies.—She stated that she was cook Mr. Gregory, No. 14, North A udleystreet, and had been for three yean. She knew Miss Burgess and Mist Wickeridge, and recollected them coming to Mr. Gregory’s bouse. About
02 October 1843 - Evening Mail - London, London, England