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POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

Sophia bring the boxes down stairs. She thought Miss Gregory told Sophia to take down the boxes. She was not sure whether she saw Mr. Gregory on that morning. She had seen Mis* Burgess at Mr. Gregory’s frequently before this, but did not remember to have
02 October 1843 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OFFICES—I. SYDENHAM-TERRACM

OFFICES—I. SYDENHAM-TERRACM

Albert-quadrant. Bubdwam villa.— Mr, -Gregory, agent, 5. Claremont gp-ibcent.—Mr. Gregory, agent A small villa near Worle Railway-station, with few acres of land.—Mr. Gregory, agent A House in Oriel-terrace.—Mr. Gregory, agent Cambbidob hocbb, facing t
25 May 1878 - Weston Mercury - Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England
 
THE BEDFORDSHIRE MERCURY, SATURDAY. JANUARY 24, 1863.

THE BEDFORDSHIRE MERCURY, SATURDAY. JANUARY 24, 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.” The prisoner Gregory: I said, They are for what I know. Mary Ann Gregory, the younger, sai
24 January 1863 - Bedfordshire Mercury - Bedford, Bedfordshire, England
 
COUNTY COURT

COUNTY COURT

he (Mr. Gregory) desired him to do, that he dismissed him on the 2nd of June. ..Mr. Gregory was cross-examined by Mr. Fretson as to the amount of business which the former traveller had done on tho Welsh and York- shire journeys, but Mr. Gregory >vas unable
02 October 1852 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DEMONSTRATION IN PUBLIC DEFIANCE OF THE DERBY MAGISTRATES.

DEMONSTRATION IN PUBLIC DEFIANCE OF THE DERBY MAGISTRATES.

commit the case of Gregory - for trial by a jury. He personally thanked Gregory for c what he had done at the meeting, and if he had been present I he should also have been ready to assist the defenders of free discussion. Gregory was perfectly justified
12 February 1873 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
{ AtlflUTAfc HABBY BLYTH.

{ AtlflUTAfc HABBY BLYTH.

remained hi' the room) ’• tbWl.fo'ituSm r, When Gregory walked to him he rose from his chair, and, holding out his hand, said in dated . 9 ■ • OfrT’ffo: *l ■ 1, " Have yon fargottciime, Gregory?" : Gregory affected not to notice the outstretched hand. Flaring
13 May 1882 - West Somerset Free Press - Minehead, Somerset, England
 
gory; prisoner was present; Gregory said it belonged to him. asked Gregory whether prisoner had sold it to him, and

gory; prisoner was present; Gregory said it belonged to him. asked Gregory whether prisoner had sold it to him, and

the charge was instigated at the instance of the Gregorys out of spite, because she would not stop at the Royal Oak to take charge of the goods in the house, while James Gregory and his wife Mary Ann Gregory got off clear from paying the heavy fines which
09 March 1863 - Bedfordshire Mercury - Bedford, Bedfordshire, England
 
HEYFORD SHOW QUEEN COLLECTS 984 VOTES Exhibits Fill Two Large Marquees Heyford’s ingenious method of electing its annual Queen of

HEYFORD SHOW QUEEN COLLECTS 984 VOTES Exhibits Fill Two Large Marquees Heyford’s ingenious method of electing its annual Queen of

Parsnips 1 F. G. Gregory, 2 A. Purvis, 3 Alder. Carrots (intermediate) 1 A. Brock, 2 F. Gregory, 3 F. Scraggs. (short) 1 I. G. Alder, 2 F. Gregory, 3F. Scraggs. Shallots 1 F. Gregory, W. Williams, 3 A. Brock. Onions (globe) 1 F. Gregory, 2 M. Go
24 August 1950 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
NICE DISHES.

NICE DISHES.

garnish with a little chopped gherkin, and serve. right.) THE ROMANCE OF GREGORY SWIFT. By CLIFFORD MAITLAND, Author of “Andre Ileyons,” “A Broken Trust,” .Vc. many respects Gregory Swift was a remarkable man. Fortune had smiled upon his diligence and
01 February 1896 - Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE LOT)LOW ADVERTISEP*. —SATURDAY, JANUARY 3,189 L

THE LOT)LOW ADVERTISEP*. —SATURDAY, JANUARY 3,189 L

come' withM the firOMice of Detective Wilson.’ ■ Tell him;” said Gregory, trembling violently, M that I, Gregory Kendall, your old tag, Hugh, have already retained you for the What 1 You, Gregory, mur " Hush! I said so! I hear him panting np the stairs! Where
03 January 1891 - Ludlow Advertiser - Ludlow, Shropshire, England