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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
 
THE ROMANCE OF IGREGOliY SWIFT.  -

THE ROMANCE OF IGREGOliY SWIFT. -

save that of Gregory Swift. It was curiosity that caused him to linger while the police-constable told the sorry story of the un- happy girl's rash act, and how it had been im- possible to elicit from her anything concerning oeraelf. Gregory could not
23 July 1898 - Glamorgan Free Press - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE FEEDING OF SCHOOL CHILDREN.

THE FEEDING OF SCHOOL CHILDREN.

to Councillor Gregory not to create any friction. Councillor Gregory said he came upon the two cases casually. The Mayor said Councillor Gregory would have mention sum of money in his amendment, and suggested .4*340. Councillor Gregory agreed the sugge
12 March 1909 - Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser - Leigh, Lancashire, England
 
LEIGH TOWN COUNCIL.

LEIGH TOWN COUNCIL.

Grundy said Councillor Gregory was forgetting the increase expenditure. Councillor Gregory said a reduction of threepence would benefit Those who really deserved it. There was no seconder, and the amendment fell throngh. Councillor Gregory next moved that a
17 June 1910 - Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser - Leigh, Lancashire, England
 
WREXHAM COUNTY COURT.

WREXHAM COUNTY COURT.

quarrel between Carr and Gregory in 1883, stating that he was in the trap with Mr Gregory and on Carr passing them, Gregory simpiy said that he (Carr) could have the hay, when Carr made use of very insulting language towards Gregory. Mr Brassey then ad
17 January 1885 - Wrexham Advertiser - Wrexham, Denbighshire, Wales
 
THE GREAT MATLOCK WILL CAUSE.

THE GREAT MATLOCK WILL CAUSE.

testator bad sent for him and Gregory; that when they came the testator was writing something, that they . had both been present, and that the testator signed his ?? name to some paper, and then they-the witness and h Gregory-also signed it. Was that paper
02 March 1864 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

were returned to Mr. Gregory. Witness saw them returned ; they were received by Miss •Gregory. Witness cilled repeatedly at Mr. Gregory's, and __ il.sei* uently to that time, but never could see him. mined.— Witness saw Mr. Gregory on the 26th of June
02 October 1843 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE REQUISITION AND PRETENSIONS OF SIR E. EARDLEY-WILMOT. To the Freeholders and Electors of the Northern Division of ihe County

THE REQUISITION AND PRETENSIONS OF SIR E. EARDLEY-WILMOT. To the Freeholders and Electors of the Northern Division of ihe County

allusions to (not animadversions upon) Mr. Ar Francis Gregory, have been confined solely to the public opinions and public conduct of that gentleman, as a leading politician of the county. I defy Mr. Gregory to controvert these propositions. Throughout the
22 September 1832 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
SPORTING /.V 7EL LI GEJVC E.

SPORTING /.V 7EL LI GEJVC E.

!.c saw Sir Gregory on horseback going down to Battlesden; when saw Sir Gregory he expressed no surprise at his having followed him down there, hut ordered him back to London with him in the gig. Witness had hold of tin r ins. Sir Gregory whipped the
08 July 1826 - Globe - London, London, England
 
North Warwickshire Election.

North Warwickshire Election.

to the assistance of Mr. Gregory ; but gentle intimations, given Ihe electors, had the effect making him preserve silence. Mr, WOODCOCK next asked Mr. Gregory if would vote against separation of Church and State. Mr. GREGORY professed not to understand
17 January 1835 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England