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  • County: Armagh, Northern Ireland
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

8 Feb 1890

following ladies kindly presided at the tee tables: Mrs Alga Tina. Mrs Anderson, Ulster Bank, Mrs Laird, Mrs Cowd , Mrs Jandaon, Mrs M'Clellanit Mrs Dawson, Corotrin Mrs M'Kell, Mrs Car- Afro Armaroft, and Miss Bathurpt, Miss Cochrane; View article

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

1 Nov 1890

names of the ladies who presided over the tee.tables ;—Mrs Armstrong, Mrs Laird, Mrs Shillington (Tavanagh) ; Mrs Millington (Alta ; Mrs Joseph Conan, Miss L Collor Miss Elliott, Mrs Anderson Mrs Dawson, Mrs Thornton, Mrs Seth Robb, Miss Robb, View article

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

20 Feb 1897

attitude partner. He has issued special notice to the pubhe had meowed. His legs Were craned, his bands on limns of the city, offering his assistance in turning his knees, and his bead and neck thrust forward. out their &waken or half-drunken cashmere

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

28 Feb 1874

said. • glib the vinhse. .Mo' • ' his rhea' ens** is Ws* ___ Thogikeemeed tin Lewd 11 ram* 04..7* an beery thug learn pet •• Sate 7, wit' aresst-bon• and-learsoed their value, Ihre•MlL athitie eon mid wormy, ear 'Mr 6 Mr Cizi•ton)-LI bet war' . i

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

22 Jun 1889

of Jamie Fleeman, the Laird of Cdny's fool, extended far beyond the boas& of Aberdeenshire. la fact, judging from the many well-authenticated instances of his powers of repent*, his place would seem to be with the wits of hi. country rather than with

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

26 Mar 1864

general satisfaction, and none but first class workmen are employed on thepremises. A PtItFECT FIT GrAD.ANTEED. Ma- Igh7 • - mr LADIES' RIDING- HABITS. A large Assortment of the Newest Shapes in BLAIR'S Pi= HATS just to hand. WILLIAM PAUL AND SON. feat which

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

23 Jun 1888

become Independent through their overdone In the eol.mies. Mr Robert Whitten was one of those who came t this neighbourhood and he had made arranger. its to mewl the summer with his brother, Mr W Whitten of William Street. Re had be en successful as a

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

27 Feb 1897

and Lady Isobel Stanley, Lady Valentia, who pre, seated • daughter, Viscountess Parker, Lady Rivers-Wilson, Lady Rodney, lady Clementine Walsh, lady Maud Warrender, Lady Lister-Kaye, Lady Isabella Keane, Lady Evelyn Cavendish, Lady Mayfair, Lady Slade

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Ulster Gazette

Ulster Gazette Armagh, Northern Ireland

18 Nov 1882

ahiie en mute his destination his muveoianU were so wall watched and tracket, that most. (I'hboltcal end.aaVour was made his lif-. The Judge left his bouse in Fi'swilUam-street shunt five o'clock. It w*a then dusk, if not dark. was accompanied hi# eon, Henry

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

14 Jan 1882

said : This morning was summoned away the jeweller Siebald Malaga from his shop to another and a better world. The undersigned, his widow, will weep upon his tomb, as will also his two daughters, Hilda and Emma, the former of whom is married, and the latter

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

28 Apr 1894

probably worked harder over his Btidre than any of his predecessors, not only because, of the unexampled difticulties be,hkd to face ciiiidadadiiiilastsco6thWef theidrtreme esteem to which he relies upon MSS. in his speeches:. Mr. Lowe's defective eyesight

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

28 Jun 1879

to North; and that was to advertise his shame in order to prevent himself being ruined. The well.known advertisement in which a husband refuses to be responsible for his wife's debts appeared in the papers, and for his about shamefaced and wretched, faneying

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

2 Oct 1897

with a large and beautiful stock of the Newest Materials and Colourings, with the latest styles in Trimmings, which Mr. M'Claughey and his Staff will have pleasure in displaying, if flavoured with a visit, and Miss Hillis will execute any orders entrusted

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

6 Jun 1885

sheltered his Highland ancestors ; of the old laird his 'father, and of his only brother Archibald, who cared for little but the sporting over the wild moors, of which he was heir of entail, rose up before him ; and he was only recalled from his reverie

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

13 Jun 1891

have buried his face In his hands and sobbed away the first bitterness of his grief; but the supply of tears is limited, and Franklin's had all been spent in early childhood ; besides, he was never of the weeping kind. Only a deeper shadow on his always grave

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

26 Apr 1890

on to Mr. William Cummings. c::•On the evening of the 18th inst. the employee Watson, Amstrong & Co, presented Mr. Cummings with an address and Fanntiton the occasion of his leaving Portadown, ving obtained a lucrative situation in tallest. Mr Cumming*

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

13 Mar 1897

should not think of being an architect.' Then a lady, wishing to bring herself under Mr. Bookie's 110ii0e, asked how long it would take anyone like herself to paint a plum like one of William Hunt's. Mr. Ruskin replied. ' About eight hours a day for 40

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

30 Dec 1893

lend only to a farmer living in their midst, and his general position, the quantity and the quality of the land he cultivates, his harvests, the number of his cattle, his buying. and selling., even his habits of life, are thus well known. One wants no

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Armagh Standard

Armagh Standard Armagh, Northern Ireland

25 Jul 1890

sincere. All these thoughts were passing like lightning through his mind as he held her dose to his aide, his arm supporting her slight Igor% which trembled with excess 4 haPpiness within his clasp. He watohed the soft rose tints suffuse her pearly skin

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Portadown News

Portadown News Armagh, Northern Ireland

27 Feb 1897

mind. It seemed somewhat analogous to his own ease ; the big woman was making the little woman cry; his big father had made him cry. He stretched ant his hands as though he would take the child. With a shriek Mrs. Martin p ast him, and rushing into the

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Type: Illustrated