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SIR GREGORY'S SHIM

SIR GREGORY'S SHIM

best—" He stopped again as Sir Gregory rose and he saw the expression of his face. Sir Gregory kissed his wife and said. "I must have a talk with Hubner. dear, before he says anything more." "You're not angry with him, Gregory?" she asked anxiously. No. my
05 May 1911 - Henley & South Oxford Standard - Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England
 
SIR GREGORY'S SILENCE

SIR GREGORY'S SILENCE

SIR GREGORY'S SILENCE IT ARTHUR W. MARCHMONT. Arias "The Mae Wh. Was Demi." `By Rigid .1 Sword" & time coming of age of nunurr Trey,!het, only not Ilk Gregory Tem*Hoch. anti the rips...mg., are general A elle ham already teen ehieen foe hatu—a smithy
19 May 1911 - Henley & South Oxford Standard - Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England
 
IN AN EVIL 31011E1ST!

IN AN EVIL 31011E1ST!

Barr, under some plausible pretext of genuine investment, should part with his gold—by Gregory's advice—to another man, from whom Gregory would receive it. When Gregory wee far away, and could jingle the soft metal is his pocket, it would not matter to him
16 June 1882 - Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser - Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GREAT SALE

GREAT SALE

Purposes and Works. 1902-3. 1901-2. 1900-1. Cr. Brittan Cr. Folliott Cr. Gregory ~ Folliott Gregory' „ Stevens Aid. Brown Aid. Brown Aid. Brown „ Griffin „ Griffin „ Fullford Cr. Gregory Cr. Brittan Cr. Brittan Harris „ Hodding „ Marlow ~ Hodding „ Pye-Smith
23 January 1903 - The Salisbury Times - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LEIGH TOWN COUNCIL.

LEIGH TOWN COUNCIL.

anything Councillor Gregory had stated. Councillor T. Lonsdale, chairman of the sub-committee, said could assure Councillor Gregory that the committee went throngh the works every month; none of them knew of anything wnoug. If Councillor Gregory had seen anyt
11 June 1909 - Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser - Leigh, Lancashire, England
 
LA TV INTELLIGENCE.

LA TV INTELLIGENCE.

to Sir Gregory the next morning. It was Sir Gregory's habit to breakfast in his bed room with the windows wide open. Frances Freeman examined — I entered the service of Lady Turner in the autumn of 18.'59 as lady's maid, and first saw Sir Gregory at the
05 December 1850 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
REMOVE THE CAUSE AND THE EFFECT WILL

REMOVE THE CAUSE AND THE EFFECT WILL

-rtlaa weal t- Latew, where ba-i fit. Alter r Gregory left Luta-». wcntiuio Camhri-igeabira, am tin re-tuned London. Sir Gregory waiu t-> Bri . bt ei. hat w did wot go with him owing indkpasitian. Sir Gregory thru catoa 'hack to lemma, and went to Mon-ag
07 December 1850 - Bedfordshire Mercury - Bedford, Bedfordshire, England
 
THE ROSE OF ALLANDALE

THE ROSE OF ALLANDALE

the death, of her husband with whom she had lived so unhappily. CHAPTER VIII. "SKIPPER GREGORY WAS DOG." evening in particu- lar, in hi3 way from the town, Gregory Jf bad dropped to spend apleasant hour or afc the bouse of the chief owner, y Anderson
17 June 1893 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
INDEPENDENT-FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1891.

INDEPENDENT-FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1891.

within the province of Detective Wilson.' " Tell hint." said Gregory, trembling violently, " that I, Gregory Kendall. your old fag. Hugh. hoes already retained you for the definsw What ! You, Gregory, a tour—" " Hush ! I said so! t bear him panting up the
02 January 1891 - Renfrewshire Independent - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
WICKERSHAM & JOHNSON,

WICKERSHAM & JOHNSON,

face. He saw the object now, as he thought, of Gregory's visit—he was afraid of that old story, and wanted it called back ; and like a lash, Vynor saw a way of saving himself now from what be most feared—Gregory's violence. "Now then, add to the Captain's
31 October 1908 - West Sussex County Times - Horsham, Sussex, England