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Portadown Times

Portadown Times Armagh, Northern Ireland

11 Sep 1925

inclined to be erratic in his display on Saturday. His clearances were poor occasionally. Laird was not much in thepicture at inside left. This was the weak link in the shain on Saturday. Bobby Faloon, as a centre half, can hold his own with the best. Moorehead

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

17 Jan 1863

her husband lived with his brother iu Belfast, that one child Francis was in the employment of Mr shillington, chandler, in Portadown, another in Mr Armstrong's factory, and the youngest resided with the mother. All lived under Mr Matchett, in Edgarstown

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Portadown Times

Portadown Times Armagh, Northern Ireland

22 Jun 1923

Catholic Church located in the County of Armagh. Mr. Parkhill, who follows as vice-president, a minister well-known over Ireland, the Rev. James M. Alley, whose wife is a Portadowu lady, will, we prophesy, in his year of office prove to be one of the greatest

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

19 Dec 1942

stewards weirs—Mrs. I. Jackson takes the place of Mr. Joe Jackson in Cloncore: Mr. Christopher Jackson in place of his sister. Miss Annie Jackson. in Derryall: Mr. W. T. Church and Mr. James Wright become Society Stewards in Thomas Street. Mr. James Copeland

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

29 Jun 1872

spirituality is to be the distinction.- The distinction between a man and his fellow man is not to be in the shape of his hat, nor in tho cut of his coat, nor in the colour of his garments. The marks of distinction are not necessarily to be external. You

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Portadown News Type: Illustrated
Portadown Times

Portadown Times Armagh, Northern Ireland

13 Mar 1925

long . bcfore Mr. W. 0. Moriarty. R.M. (presid- as the Lord spared them. ing), aod other magistrates, Mr. H. Elliott spoke of Mr. Johnston's , serseaut Foster summoned Miss Mina work in Scotch St. Woods, Cavanagrove, for selling pure mar- Mr. Moses Walker

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

10 Jun 1893

substantial fend on her behalf. the death of lee. H. H. laird, of the grab Laird Blethers, at Barbara, the country loose an eminent shipbuilder. Mr. Laird, who was aMe the late Mr. J. Laird, ICP., gained his esperiensee shipbuilding in the calibrated yards of

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Ulster Gazette

Ulster Gazette Armagh, Northern Ireland

25 Dec 1868

MINISTER ANJ Mr. John Laird, M.P., has obtained Mr. Beverdy Johnson’s permission publish some correspondence which took place between them couple of months ago, to exonerate Mr. Johnfrom the imputation that sought the ac of such an enemy of the North Mr. Laird

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Ulster Gazette

Ulster Gazette Armagh, Northern Ireland

9 Jul 1852

the discipline and industrial character of the inmates. lo his official capacity Mr. Archer has won the unqualified encomium of the Guardians, and officers the Union. In his private capacity, Mr. Archer is equally respected, and can boast of numerous frivols

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Ulster Gazette

Ulster Gazette Armagh, Northern Ireland

3 Aug 1861

is for this, however, for tlto gr«-uti.ess of hi* misfortune that will longest rcmumherevl. lost everything but his name. Through his mother represented one of most nobio houses in hind, the long line his amvstors being all fumed for ibt-ir magnificence;

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Ulster Gazette

Ulster Gazette Armagh, Northern Ireland

29 May 1858

Witness—Mo. Mr. Miller—Hire you been taught the differ' eoce between right vml wrong ? Witness—l hare. Mr. Mirie'—And the difference between troth and fa’sehoml ? Witness—Yes. Mr. Miller-—Hate yon heard of another world than ? Witness—Yes, Sir. Mr. Mil er—Hare

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Armagh Guardian

Armagh Guardian Armagh, Northern Ireland

11 Nov 1859

payment, the parties were ordered to be imprisoned for one month, and, on the application to Mr. O’Shaugnessy, one week was allowed for the payment of the fines. Mr. Comyns, at the conclusion, remarked how unpleasant it was to see establishment anxious and

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

1 Nov 1902

Scotch verdict of — Not proven. Mr William Laird Cowdy, BA., Portadown, has been elected President of the Irish Christian Endeavour Union in snooesaion to Rev. James Maoonachie, BA., Belfast. The honour is well deserved, Mr dowdy was one of the earliest

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Armagh Guardian

Armagh Guardian Armagh, Northern Ireland

19 May 1871

to sea. Mr. Heurj Laird proposed health of Mrs. Rome, who performed the ceremooy of naming and catting loose the vessel. The toast was drank with enthusiasm, and Mr. Romo returned thanks on the behalf. The concluding toast was that of The Ladies, which

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

14 Feb 1903

despite, had refrained from giving his usual orders on the ground of competition, shook his head moodily, saying that Mr. Jones might have heard it anywhere ; there bad been enough talk about it. Mr. Jones paused in his winding to exclaim, Of course !

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

4 Apr 1903

ridiculed the affair. Lady Jeans merely smiled at criticism, but when the association was working well she invited that lady to be present upon one evening. The critic was speedily turned into the admirer. Ab, my dear friend, said Lady Jenne. If no one

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Ulster Gazette

Ulster Gazette Armagh, Northern Ireland

18 May 1861

conversation between laird and tenant. The laird’s eldest son was rather simpleton. Laird say?, 4 1 going send tiro young laird abroad/ What fjr f’ asks tlio tenant answer— To see the worldtenant replies, But, gudeness-sake, laird, will no the world see

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

8 Jul 1911

the door of his club, paused a moment on the steps, looked up and down at the throngs of hurrying people. A hansom driver raised his whip, but Brockbank shook his head. He stood drawing on his gloves, and bolding his umbrella tight under his arm, for there

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Armagh Guardian

Armagh Guardian Armagh, Northern Ireland

31 Jul 1863

part of his fulfill, ing his engagement, and an evident opposition on that of bis family to the match, and as the young lady bad resigned her situation in the expectation of becoming Mrs. Peatman, the defendant was called upon to complete his contract

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