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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

7 Oct 1931

Princess Mary arriving at Leeds Town Hall to-day far the Musical Festival, and (right) Sir Ernest and Bain, of Leadhall Grange, arriving with Mrs. Philip Snowden SEARCH FOR MAN IN PLUS FOURS. HANDBAG CLUE IN SOHO MURDER MYSTERY. Intensive search still

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

7 Oct 1931

Princess Mary at Leeds Musical Festival. v . ' ! #9?..^flL' < '' H^V <- <' , '' 'fl^^P^^^H/'j^f- : 'i**

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1925

NOTES AND NEWS. LEEDS MUSICAL FESTIVAL. BOTH the King anil tho Queen arc patrons the Leeds Triennial Musical Festival, which opens the Town Hall Wednesday, October 7. Three years ago Sir Hugh Allen and Mr. Albert conducted the first Festival hold since the

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

20 Mar 1907

, The King . has graciously consented to become patron of the forthcoming-triennial . Musical Festival at Leeds . ' :. '' . Tlio Duke of- Connaught unveiled at Candy on Monday a memorial to tho men of tho Oeylon planters' contingent who fell in the South

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Bradford Daily Telegraph

Bradford Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

26 Mar 1892

SOCIAL & POLITICAL HOTES I*.* lia« asain cnn« ntpd patron ,». .ij.i.roathiog Musical Festival in Leeds. the visit the German Emperor to! -l -.-i this year will of a private character,, , ' We. say.-* London correspondent, that- ,i*fr «il? visit many

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

9 Oct 1925

PRINCESS MARY AT THE LEEDS FESTIVAL. fruits of genius were privileged to hear in the first performance of s N. in phonic poem, 44 The Fines of Home, may taken pendant to 44 The Fountains Home, given at the last Leeds Festival. It represents the last

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

8 Oct 1925

PRINCESS MARY AT LEEDS FESTIVAL. URGE AUDIENCE AT TO-DAY'S CONCERT. The subject one thai h.is appeal British, and although the poetic basis by Walt Whitman, and therefore somewhat mystic character. 'jams' music 110 means, vague in import. In the mam,

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

19 Mar 1877

THE Quean haa consented to become patron of the Leeds Musical Festival . M . SARDorr , the dramatist , is a candidate for the vacant chair in the French Academy . FRESH experiments with the 38-ton gun at Shoeburyness have not been very successful . THE

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

4 Jul 1929

LEEDS ATHLETIC FESTIVAL. Princess Mary to Attend Infirmary Effort A number of Leeds sportsmen . formed themselves into an organisation called the Leeds Cross-Countrymen's Kff to arrange an amateur athletic festival, which Princess Mary has promised t

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Pall Mall Gazette

Pall Mall Gazette London, England

3 Aug 1907

LEEDS TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL, Oct d, 10, 11. and 12, 19)7. Patron THE KING. Conductor Sir Charles V. Stanford. Choroa-Matter Mr. H. A. Fricker, F.R.CO. Organist Dr. Bairstow. Miaa Agnea Nicholls, Miaa Perceval Allen, lira. Henry I. Wood. Miaa Marie

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

22 Mar 1907

King's Interest in Music.—The Kinj? has consented to become patron of the forthcoming Triennial Musical Festival at Leeds,

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Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser

Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser Warwickshire, England

27 Oct 1939

BT. MARY’S PATRONAL FESTIVAL. CHOIR S BEAUTIFUL SINGING AT MUSICAL SERVICE. A large congregation at St. Man's Church on Sunday afternoon enjoyed some very beautiful singing by the choir in the course of special musical service entitled, ** The Handmaid

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

3 Oct 1934

A group at the Leeds Musical Festi the Two Princesses at Leeds Musical Festival. > ■ Jin ival to-day. including the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Princess Helena Victoria, Lady Mayoress, ana the Princess Royal.

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

5 Oct 1937

'lhe Princess Royal and Princess Helena Victoria arriving to-day for the o|»ciiing concert Leeds Musical Festival declined honours. Lady Harrington, an American, the widow of Sir John Lane Harrington, relinquished her title the American courts. Similarly

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

26 Aug 1929

PRINCESS MARY AT LEEDS ATHLETIC FESTIVAL. Ji' ll J V •••=■•• —--- ~ x --~ ' ' ' , ' ' ■■.- , - ■; , - ' . .. 9 - <**& LEEDS 'ATHLETIC FESTIVAL.—The start the two miles club team race at the Leeds Athletic Festival at Weetwood on Saturday. M-~ y f 'k PREMIER

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

23 Jun 1910

LEEDS MUSICAL FESTIVAL, THE KING TO BE PATRON. Th« Lord Mayor of Leeds (Mr. W. lenrose-Green) yesterday received the following letter from Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Sir W. Carington, Keeper of His Majesty’s Privy Purse: Marlborough House, Pall Mall, S.W.,

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

27 Jan 1883

The Queen has consented to accept the of patron of the Triennial Musical Festival to held at Leeds October nasi.

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Bradford Observer

Bradford Observer Yorkshire, England

7 Aug 1877

Leeds musical festival, mi, im aid lteta MBOicaL cwanmßa. PATRON THE QUZEN. TOWN HALL, LKEDB, Wbdxecdat, Thct.bd»t, Fbidat, and Hattidat, Septemlcr IStb, 20th. 21st, and ISod. 1677. Oondoctor Sir MICHAEL COSTA Onanist Dr. SPARE. OboraaMailer

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

12 Jul 1858

Leeds Musical Festival. —Inaddition patrons already announced, the following and gentlemen have consented to be placeo list:—The Esrl of Hsrewood, Lord Haw** Stourton, Sir J. Badeliff, Bart, J. G. Marsh* and W. B, Beanmont, Esq. The committee b»| eluded

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1922

Leeds Musical Festival. SPECIAL NOTICE For the convenience of Iho Patrons of the above the management of the Majestic Restaurant, City-square, have arranged serve Special IVUNQHKONS and during the intervals follows: A Quick LUNCH will be served from 12

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