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She ran away with a 'cowardly thug'

She ran away with a 'cowardly thug'

" DAILY MIRROR" REPORTER AMAD chapter in the life of ash-blonde Mrs. Jacqueline Lewis, 22, ended yesterday as she hugged her husband outside an Old Bailey court and said: "1 have learned my lesson. i now know the value of a good husband She had left II ar ry Lewis and their thre
February 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CAN LABOUR DO IT

CAN LABOUR DO IT

T HIS newspaper, from its completely independent standpoint, has consistently supported the Labour Party in its struggle to achieve certain declared aims—fair play and fair shares for everybody, free opportunity for all by opening the gates of education and advancement. It is on
February 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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FOUE AR RADIO

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February 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Fuel tank burst, 200 miners ill /V EARLY 200 me n were affected by fumes and had to go home

Fuel tank burst, 200 miners ill /V EARLY 200 me n were affected by fumes and had to go home

to recover when a 6,000-gallon tank of crude benzol burst yesterday at Askern main colliery. near Doncaster (Yorks). Fumes from the Benzol were sucked into the underground workings by the ventilating system, and the miners at once complained of sickness and had to leave the pit.
February 29, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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PROUDLY HE REGISTERED HIS BABIES-AND EVERY TIME NAME WAS WRONG

PROUDLY HE REGISTERED HIS BABIES-AND EVERY TIME NAME WAS WRONG

Behind three notices in the official " London Gazette " lies a strange little story—the story of a man, his name and his three baby daughters. This is the story. Tim times proud papa paid a visit to the office of a Registrar of Births, and each time he was a little bit prouder.
February 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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kiss who sever expected to

irks; who hal dowse opte As a young man he once raid: "I'm not palaceminded." He had no ambition to the Royal purple. He did not know then how destiny was suddenly to sweep him to the Throne of England. It was, perhaps, because kingship was wished upon him that, in later years,
February 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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..,,,, g la u . s e c t . d. an h• a r L-D 1s- Bristol. LOVE LETTERS— SECON D-HAN D ON receiving a Setter from my boy friend. in Egypt, I was dissgeswirvtl2 to find it bad been if they knew their girl friends were receiving second-hand hove ktters.— (Miss) Mary Hughes, Bexhill-dr
February 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
With his mother, now Queen. IPrinee Charles, three last November, becomes Heir to tit Throne. This picture was taken during one if his pram outings, before iw could walk. in St. James's Park. He and his sister were staying at Sandringham when the =hag died.

With his mother, now Queen. IPrinee Charles, three last November, becomes Heir to tit Throne. This picture was taken during one if his pram outings, before iw could walk. in St. James's Park. He and his sister were staying at Sandringham when the =hag died.

cause she has now become for the world a touchstone for Royalty. And Royalty in the Commonwealth is the symbol of the unity of a family. Is there any symbol that could be as powerful ? How will our Queen Elizabeth II measure up to these demands ? The signs are that she will meas
February 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England