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THE PVTCHLKV

THE PVTCHLKV

his master and Charles Gregory and then Richard Gregory kicked Fletcher, who knocked him down. Makepeace rode up the yard and bit at one the Gregorys, but witness believed he missed him. When Makepeace came up the two Gregorys were on Fletcher. Did not
05 December 1889 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
HARRY BLYTH

HARRY BLYTH

for Gregory smoked in every room indifferently. " Any news of the young lady F" Gregory demanded, after he had carefully closed the door. "Tot of that lady, sir. I've come about another lady—leastways a woman." bile spoke solemnly, and Gregory as he
20 May 1882 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
THE MELTON 310>c BRAT 7,117.7.1747117 AND 02= AM AND UP111:::GlIaM 'NEWS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 11

THE MELTON 310>c BRAT 7,117.7.1747117 AND 02= AM AND UP111:::GlIaM 'NEWS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 11

premed her hand and smiled and went off. The eyes of Sir Gregory and Mrs. Lyons iobowed hint, and the lawyer said almost reluctantly- "I am afraid I think it should hare been announfted doy, Sir Gregory, or even before all this. It will come as the greater
08 October 1908 - Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News - Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England
 
IN AN EVIL MOMENT!

IN AN EVIL MOMENT!

perplexed and troubled. He could do nothing just now, however, but agree to the arrangement sketched by Gregory and supported by Walter Barr. Gregory, without consulting any of them, ordered the dinner. There were numerous courses, and the whole arrangements
04 March 1882 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
FOR THE COUNTIES OP

FOR THE COUNTIES OP

sovereign and a half-sovereign. Jesse Gregory, the father of the accused was called as a for the plaintiff in the action. Jerse Gregor? was notin Court when Charles Gregory was giving his evidence. Jesse Gregory was examined by the Judge, and in answer
01 July 1875 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE SOLI).

TO BE SOLI).

rightly Mr Gregory was amongst those who accompanied him. ' Mr Gregory : Yes, but I was not allowed to express an opinion. Ths Clerk : Mr Gregory did with us, and I remember he was the best behaved the whole party (laughter). Mr Gregory continued to
04 February 1882 - Weston Mercury - Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England
 
POACHING AND ASSAULTING A GAMEKEEPER. At 6t. Augustine’s Petty Sessions on Satur- Joseph Henry Gregory and Alfred William JJ. *j!i

POACHING AND ASSAULTING A GAMEKEEPER. At 6t. Augustine’s Petty Sessions on Satur- Joseph Henry Gregory and Alfred William JJ. *j!i

said that hen lie spoke to Gregory, and asked what was the matter with him. replied “Well, I want to know what, you have you.” Upon this Gregory got hold his coat and told Todd bit him. Witness asked them go back, and Gregory said should not. Witness then
03 October 1908 - Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
GREGORY TBE SEVENTH*

GREGORY TBE SEVENTH*

GREGORY TBE SEVENTH* The biography of Gregory VII. is the history of the Papacy in miniature. The rock, however, re- mains unsubmerged after the reflux of every poli- tical tide. This is the boast of its friends, and the reproach of its enemies. The fact
29 December 1873 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE

LAW INTELLIGENCE

calculated that Mr. Gregory wottd attract, and I sould not hare minded giing him 50 guineas a night if ire had drawn.-Cross-exatninsd: itr the course of Janttary one of thie managers of Covent-garden mentioned to me, that Mr. Gregory's appearance had been
25 June 1843 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
IN AN EVIL MOMENT I

IN AN EVIL MOMENT I

grate face; he wee growing perplexed and trewhled. could do jest now, hawerer, but agree to arrangement akalchcd Gregory amd Walter Ben. Gregory, without onaialtiag any of them, ordered (to dinner. There waee anmeniaß eonma, and the whole were open meat lariah
27 May 1882 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England