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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

24 Aug 1861

Beresford, Esq. Robert Watson, Esq. Colonel Vigors. D. H. Cooper, Esq. Treasurer and Clerk of the Course, Mr. W. Johnson. Secretary, Mr. D. Kinseela. Judge, Mr. K. J. Hunter.

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

29 Aug 1868

and to-day we have general complaints of « » above his retch—or ruffitn crushing rotes on his way J,,- • , at - maMr. Lee referred to tho fact that a great injury to

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

5 Oct 1867

extraordinary fact that at the dinner table every time a man crooks his elbow his mouth opens. Mr. Partington wants to know why the captain of vessel can’t keep a memorandum of the weight of his anchor instead of weighing it every time they go out of port.

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

25 Apr 1868

hospi- . falsify all his maps, and make his cavaliy I selections from the best writers, and discanton their ayi and to snore immediately after dinner. While hottest shtaTthe sea, gave sparkling magnificence the scene. The talit - leg> his proimr^design^io^

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

12 Nov 1859

sessions in in, a thief entered the judge's chamber, and stole Mr, Moody’s hat, with which lie effected his escape, though there was largo number police about the pt.ee at the time. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keane, and some of the late members of the Itoyal Princess

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

5 Aug 1871

13 all but ml, and who cannot bear to bnt the membei-s of the Right are in the majority. Corrigan, Mr. Delahunty, Mr. Digby Mr. Dowse, henceforth to His praise and pleasure, and to the nothine more or less than a dress narade of give us unseen chignons

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

25 Jun 1864

peace v ere nt to found. Mr. M— then said, Pray let me out; 1 have only half-a-crown, which yon shall have, and 1 can get home with return ticket.” His quondam friends declared he should fork e«t a crown, and on his declaration of his inability to produce

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

23 Jun 1860

Friday to be examined. Counsel for the petitioner—Mr. Sullivan, Q.C., Mr. Lawless, QC., and Mr. Graydon. Solicitor—Mr. R. Donnell. For the respondent—Mr. Brewster, Q C., and Mr. M. Morris. S ilicitor—Mr. Dents O Farrell. Dr. Cloran, the petitioner, was

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

18 Apr 1868

young ladies, atrnck by the iromense of his nasal organ, very rudely stopped, stared, and giggled. The peer whose politeness is proverbial, immediately put his finger to his nose, and, bending it on one side, said with polite bow, *• Now, ladies, there

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

12 Oct 1861

brought against him, but as his worthy master is a worshipful member of the bench, though not engaged in the hearing of his subordinate’s case, he acts as his amicus curia, and is seen rushing to and from the prisoner and his solicitor, whispering first

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

13 Apr 1872

from hi, manner? to ' c.iL-est to hol,, T 1 . . JOS i;' ’ J' ! , some eno arose before the eyes of the people, depicted Patrick’s children guarding his venerable throne the month as the state of the land will permit. If Who shin know him by hi, dress;

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

28 Jan 1865

anxious to return his charge to the mother. The lady, however, did not again put in any appearance, and the train went on without her, the child remaining with the gentleman, who, on arriving at his destination took the child home to his wife and explained

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

24 Aug 1867

Wh>, Mr. Scott/* exclaimed his good lady, “Macnab’s not dead, ?’*-*- faith, dear,” replied Scott, with humorous gravity, he is not dead, they have done him great injustice, for they have buned him. The joke passed harmless and unnoticed by Mrs. Scott

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

2 Feb 1856

tors w<-re entertained the refectory the ladies of the c nv. nt. Secrssion a Distinguished Irish Family from the E.-tablished Church. —We have learn from a source wh ch re'iance cm he placed, tint Mr. and Mrs. Ram of Park. Oorev, C »nnty Wexford, with

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

13 Dec 1856

; and had thus completed his 66th year at the time of his death. He was the son of Mr. James Mathew, of Boms, near Thurles; and his mother was daughter of George White, Esq., of Cappawhite, in the same county. Having lost his parents while yet a child

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

13 Feb 1858

verdict carries full co ts. Counsel for the Plaintiff Mr. B 11, Q.C., and Mr. Antlvny Keogh. Attorney—Mr. J. Casimir O’Meagher. Counsel for the Defen I lit —Mr. Armstrong. Q.C., Mr. J. E. Walsh, Q.C., and Mr. liernan Attorney—Messrs. Keenan and T eacy. There

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

12 Oct 1872

London the farmer with his Hoe,’ the carpenter with his * rule,’ e religions truth; this is not the way in which Michael Herty, came by his death from injuries head with it; I don’t believe the deceased got any ing favourably, and his life considered quite

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

7 Jan 1854

ground for the objection, and if they conceived that his holding would be any obstacle, he was most willing to withdraw (loud cries of hear, hear”). At the same time, he must say that his idea was that his legal right to be on the commission existed, and

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

27 Sep 1856

the brother-inlaw of the Duchess of Bucclench, presided; and in the course of his speech, says the Border Advertiser, his Lordship took occasion to call the attention of his auditors to the remarkable fact, that it is among Tractarian divines, and from

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Carlow Post

Carlow Post Carlow, Republic of Ireland

23 Aug 1873

the lawyer’s house. Mr Edward’s, discerning his opportunity, replied that he had no work for him. but • there, in that house/ said he, lives a man who has a famous job for you.’ ‘What is it?’ asked the repairer of tin pans. ‘ Why. his Saybrook platform

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