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  • The Cause of Adam Wilson's Defeat in Toronto
    The Cause of Adam Wilson's Defeat in Toronto
    newspapertext  "The Cause of Adam Wilson's Defeat in Toronto," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 2 Aug 1861, p. 2    
    newspapertext  "The Cause of Adam Wilson's Defeat in Toronto," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 2 Aug 1861, p. 2  
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  • Supper and Prensentation to Dr. Hunter
    Supper and Prensentation to Dr. Hunter
    newspapertext  "Supper and Prensentation to Dr. Hunter," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 17 Jan 1862, p. 2    
    newspapertext  "Supper and Prensentation to Dr. Hunter," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 17 Jan 1862, p. 2  
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  • King Township Ag. Society
    King Township Ag. Society
    newspapertext  "King Township Ag. Society," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 24 Jan 1862, p. 2     The annual meeting of the King Township Agricultural Society was held with the election of officers.
    newspapertext  "King Township Ag. Society," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 24 Jan 1862, p. 2   The annual meeting of the King Township Agricultural Society was held with the election of officers.
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  • Bradford Matters
    Bradford Matters
    newspapertext  "Bradford Matters," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 24 Jan 1862, p. 2     Nuf Sed says: A letter in last week's issue signed "Bob" to which he begs to take exception.
    newspapertext  "Bradford Matters," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 24 Jan 1862, p. 2   Nuf Sed says: A letter in last week's issue signed "Bob" to which he begs to take exception.
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  • Correspondence
    Correspondence
    newspapertext  "Correspondence," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 31 Jan 1862, p. 2     James Nixon of Newmarket says the letter writer styling himself "A Real Subscirber" in the issue of Jan 24th annoys his feelings by alluding to the unfortunate affair by which hes has been deprived of the sight of his right eye. (Letter to the Editor)
    newspapertext  "Correspondence," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 31 Jan 1862, p. 2   James Nixon of Newmarket says the letter writer styling himself "A Real Subscirber" in the issue of Jan 24th annoys his feelings by alluding to the unfortunate affair by which ...
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  • Midland Division Reform Convention Meeting
    Midland Division Reform Convention Meeting
    newspapertext  "Midland Division Reform Convention Meeting," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 21 Feb 1862, p. 2     Wm. McMaster, Esq. nominated.
    newspapertext  "Midland Division Reform Convention Meeting," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 21 Feb 1862, p. 2   Wm. McMaster, Esq. nominated.
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  • Fire at Bond Head
    Fire at Bond Head
    newspapertext  "Fire at Bond Head," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 28 Feb 1862, p. 2     Extensive fire occurred in village of Bond Head causing serious loss. Fire broke out in stables attached to Kirkpatrick's Hotel.
    newspapertext  "Fire at Bond Head," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 28 Feb 1862, p. 2   Extensive fire occurred in village of Bond Head causing serious loss. Fire broke out in stables attached to Kirkpatrick's Hotel.
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  • Presentation!
    Presentation!
    newspapertext  "Presentation!," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 7 Mar 1862, p. 2    
    newspapertext  "Presentation!," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 7 Mar 1862, p. 2  
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  • Special Election
    Special Election
    newspapertext  "Special Election," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 7 Mar 1862, p. 2    
    newspapertext  "Special Election," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 7 Mar 1862, p. 2  
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  • Correspondence
    Correspondence
    newspapertext  "Correspondence," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 7 Mar 1862, p. 2     Robert Boyd and Chas York of Aurora Wesleyan Sabbath School write concerning the departure to British Columbia of Mr. Joshua Lackie and wife. Joshua Lackie responds. (Letter to the Editor)
    newspapertext  "Correspondence," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 7 Mar 1862, p. 2   Robert Boyd and Chas York of Aurora Wesleyan Sabbath School write concerning the departure to British Columbia of Mr. Joshua Lackie and wife. Joshua Lackie responds. (Letter to the Editor)
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  • Aurora Tea Party
    Aurora Tea Party
    newspapertext  "Aurora Tea Party," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 14 Mar 1862, p. 2     M. Warner of Holland Landing says the tea party held in the Methodist New Connexion Chapel, for the benefit of its Minister, the Rev. D. Savage was of the first quality. (Letter to the Editor)
    newspapertext  "Aurora Tea Party," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 14 Mar 1862, p. 2   M. Warner of Holland Landing says the tea party held in the Methodist New Connexion Chapel, for the benefit of its Minister, the Rev. D. Savage was of the first ...
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  • The Law Suit Meeting
    The Law Suit Meeting
    newspapertext  "The Law Suit Meeting," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 21 Mar 1862, p. 2    
    newspapertext  "The Law Suit Meeting," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 21 Mar 1862, p. 2  
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  • The Sleigh Ride
    The Sleigh Ride
    newspapertext  "The Sleigh Ride," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 21 Mar 1862, p. 2     A member of the Aurora Sabbath School says the sleigh ride was a most happy and successful affair. (Letter to the Editor)
    newspapertext  "The Sleigh Ride," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 21 Mar 1862, p. 2   A member of the Aurora Sabbath School says the sleigh ride was a most happy and successful affair. (Letter to the Editor)
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  • Tea Meeting in Georgina
    Tea Meeting in Georgina
    newspapertext  "Tea Meeting in Georgina," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 28 Mar 1862, p. 3     A tea party and concert held a the village of Sutton to raise funds for the Presbyterian church in course of erection was numerously attended.
    newspapertext  "Tea Meeting in Georgina," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 28 Mar 1862, p. 3   A tea party and concert held a the village of Sutton to raise funds for the Presbyterian church in course of erection was numerously attended.
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  • Boots and Shoes for Everybody! Take Notice!
    Boots and Shoes for Everybody! Take Notice!
    newspapertext  "Boots and Shoes for Everybody! Take Notice!," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 18 Apr 1862, p. 3     Kester, McCartyCo. having purchased the Boot and Shoe Esatblishment formerly occupied by Mr. Charles Haines in the Village of Sharon are prepared to sell Boots and Shoes Cheaper than ever sold in Sharon. (Advertisement)
    newspapertext  "Boots and Shoes for Everybody! Take Notice!," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 18 Apr 1862, p. 3   Kester, McCartyCo. having purchased the Boot and Shoe Esatblishment formerly occupied by Mr. Charles Haines in the Village of Sharon are prepared to sell Boots and Shoes Cheaper than ever ...
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  • A Pleasant Visit
    A Pleasant Visit
    newspapertext  "A Pleasant Visit," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 18 Apr 1862, p. 2     M. Warner of Holland Landing says he hand the pleasure of visiting Bondhead, and was respectfully invited to attend a tea-pary, by the Division of the Sons of Temperance, in appreciation of the services of two of their brethren, Messrs. Clark and James, who were leaving the neigh ourhood. (Letter ...
    newspapertext  "A Pleasant Visit," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 18 Apr 1862, p. 2   M. Warner of Holland Landing says he hand the pleasure of visiting Bondhead, and was respectfully invited to attend a tea-pary, by the Division of the Sons of Temperance, in ...
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  • Common School Examination
    Common School Examination
    newspapertext  "Common School Examination," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 18 Apr 1862, p. 2    
    newspapertext  "Common School Examination," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 18 Apr 1862, p. 2  
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  • General Summary
    General Summary
    newspapertext  "General Summary," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 18 Apr 1862, p. 2     Mr. Boyd's little boy set fire to some millinery goods causing extensive damage to the premises.
    newspapertext  "General Summary," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 18 Apr 1862, p. 2   Mr. Boyd's little boy set fire to some millinery goods causing extensive damage to the premises.
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  • King Spring Show and Plowing Match
    King Spring Show and Plowing Match
    newspapertext  "King Spring Show and Plowing Match," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Apr 1862, p. 2    
    newspapertext  "King Spring Show and Plowing Match," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Apr 1862, p. 2  
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  • Another Candidate at Last
    Another Candidate at Last
    newspapertext  "Another Candidate at Last," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Apr 1862, p. 2    
    newspapertext  "Another Candidate at Last," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Apr 1862, p. 2  
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