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Belfast Commercial Chronicle

Belfast Commercial Chronicle Antrim, Northern Ireland

3 Sep 1827

refnffe the Laird o’ Cockpen. And now that the Laird his exit had made, Mrs. Jean had reflected on what she had said Oh I for ane I’U get better, its waor I’ll get ten; 1 was daft to refuse the Laird o’ Cockpen.” Neist time that the Laird and the Lady was seen

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

13 Oct 1904

Mr. John M Laird, firm of Oammell A Laird, ahipboildera, after launch yesterday spoke plootaily of the immediate prospects of the industry Birkenhead. Mr. M. C. Mallio, barrisler-at-law, will be the Radical candidate for St. George’s, Hanover Square.

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Larne Times

Larne Times Antrim, Northern Ireland

26 Nov 1898

from hi« broih*r-in-I*w. »n(! £6OO for Ulie bed made- 500 porches atone drama. Will.am Laird ga»o tbe grow rent of the holding. EDWARD L. HOUGH. Landlord. Andrew Jooea, tenant—Area. 7a 2r 15p; old rent £6 14s • poor law valnatioo. sa. Mr Minch for the

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

21 Oct 1935

COURT AND SOCIETY SAN'nKINSHAM, Saturday. Earl and Count. ?' of Bcssboroujjh, lord I JudrElptinston.', laird and Lady Somers, I sir Hari,l;l '' !l lldy Zia ' Vernher > left General Sir Robert | baa arrived. •• - —nice «i« hold Sandringham this motniti--

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

3 Jul 1912

furlongs). a Rock mint (Mr. Raphael) D. Waugh 9 0 »St. Eiffel (Mr. Raohuel) D. Waugh Louvois (Mr. Raphael) Waugh 9 0 Casdar (Mr. P. C. Stern) Davies 8 Arda (Mr. Jarvis 8 II Tiie Nub (Mj. Nclke) Pickering a 11 Done in the Eye (Mr. G. Johnstone) Butters

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Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser

Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser Antrim, Northern Ireland

7 Jan 1892

very creditable and steady game. but, like Mr. Oaussen was put out in the semi-final. The decisive struggle then lay between Mr. John Woodside and Mr. G. M. Shaw (Belfast), who, giving four strokes, beat his youthful rival, a resourceful and rising player

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

14 Jun 1933

NEW BURNS-LAIRD VESSEL. DAYLIGHT SERVICE. BELFAST AND ABDROSSAN. I1IAI6ERAT(O1 YESTERDAY. The Burns & Laird Lines, Ltd., for their daily daylight service between Ardrossan and Belfast this season are introducing the It 51.T.8. Laird's Isle, a magnificent

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Ballymena Weekly Telegraph

Ballymena Weekly Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

15 Jan 1898

OOMfinSeJONBM. This monthly meeting wa. held—Mr. HaghAJ*- demon. J I’- prcading. (Mr. William the dum other than Mamr*. ft 00. a gteaoiorw for ocnounted 8»-. * pared with £1,003 3d for the nrecedmg yf*r. Laird * eteemmn.th. dnes ww. Ite, a. gainst £9« lla

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

3 May 1962

represented by Mr. Vivian Simpson, Labour, and in Clifton, for which Mr. William Morgan, the Minister of Health, sits. In Londonderry It is believed that Mr. Edward McAteer, Nationalist M.P. for the Foyle Division, will again be opposed by Mr. Stephen McGonagle

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

17 Feb 1891

mona Mua Ka»* Clistob. —RICHARD HI. Thuredav- VlKClNlt‘ss. Friday Morning, February 20th, I've THE LADY OF LYONS. Friday - JULIUS Saturday— JUCUAKD 111. » Ld BRA THEATRE VARIETIES A NORTH STREET. Proprietor and Manager, Mr. W. J. Asacsorr. Pr.divsor Finney

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Banner of Ulster

Banner of Ulster Antrim, Northern Ireland

19 Dec 1857

T.. give following in. =SO% Mr. E. as it, is his Masi Natal gourds, mat:— I by Mr. S. be W. is 07 000 Aosta a great WWI is ell ' • to then • and polish. These rows seas gm law • tuu great brill assy oarIMO by Mrs a rare soccarresee, transmitted thrusigh

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

27 Dec 1906

contributed—Miss May ebepperd, L.8.A.M.; Mr. B. 8. UHL Miss May Orange, Miss Smith, MUa Gordon. Mr. Laird, Mr. Cassidy. The spacious and cheerful rooms the Girls’ Home. Bangor, were golly decorated Xmas Day. The lady superintendent and staff were kept bury

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

13 Jun 1911

C Wan.- 10 Mr. E. F. Cotirageoiia . Rol in*' 8 Mr. Sherwood > Surf weed filly R Sherw, ,^i Mr. R. 8. Saevm'a Revolution |i ii. . 10 Mr. E. 8. Athene DuU • 8 10 Mr 8. Sieercr'a Lady Tomneion Hull. Mr. H. Whitnay Bonnie Star filly • 10 Mr. H. P. Whitttty’a

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

6 Sep 1849

coming from that district country to all the new markets. reply Mr. Stkwaut. the witness stated, that Mr. Cranston's ground was nearer the town than Mr. Kllioti’s ; hut, his opinion, Mr. Elliott's would be built on lirst, because was in more elevated

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Belfast Weekly News

Belfast Weekly News Antrim, Northern Ireland

4 Feb 1882

take this the hall for me. and give it to Harrington?(the laird'a body-servant.) Toll bun it is for the laird, and i/tust not sleep tonight until gives it into bis master - own bands. If the laird gets this paper safely tonight, you shall have silver piece

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

30 Apr 1904

service from L*»rd and Lady Helnisley; a four ■ fold screen from and Lady Mary Crichton; an old paste buckle from General laird Metihueri: ant-que silver iiajier cutter from Lurgan; A sec; ion silver flask, in leather case, came from Mr-. Harry M Calmer it;

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Irish News and Belfast Morning News

Irish News and Belfast Morning News Antrim, Northern Ireland

25 Jun 1908

Birk Crag G. loner Mr. Harrison's Lady Voski Private 3 7 Mr. Harrison’s Cylio Private 7 Mr. Harrison’s Merry Meg Private 7 Mr. Hay’s • Reeth Private 8 7 Mr. Hope’s Mons Meg N. H. Scott 8 Mr. Houldsworth’s Mosque (31b) Ryan 8 7 Mr. Houldsworth’s Ardoon

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

7 Jun 1930

THE DOUGLAS TRAGEDY C (Mr. J. Dawson) Oonter 9 O LAST OF THE LENAB C (Mr. Dugdale) Peacock 9 0 PELFFORD Colt (Mr. Gorman) Yapp 9 0 VIXEN’S PET (Mr. . O. Anthony 9 0 F&RRANDIERE C (Sit L. Parkinson) G. Armstrong 8 11 MISS TOGO (Mr. F. Armstrong) O. Armstrong

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

10 Aug 1939

Saints. Amongst the congregation were Lady Craigavon and her daughter. the Hon. Mrs. Linzee. Lord and Lady Bangor. the Lord Chief Justice and Mrs. Andrews. Rt. Hon. J. M. Andrews, Minister of Finance, and Lord and Lady Dunleath. CANADA-U.S.A Belfast to Quebec

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Irish News and Belfast Morning News

Irish News and Belfast Morning News Antrim, Northern Ireland

15 Aug 1901

Party that they would let Mr. O’Haralooae the other clauses of the B tl sad deluge them with * muddy cataract of his oratorical blather. The House also laughed when he described Mr. (PMara young gentleman who has bored his way to very distinguished

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