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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

23 Nov 1901

le Ws institution is enosserry sad likely to same tactics, sod coungoutly psis to patinae tad Mr Molloy aid be sulkily agreed with Mr Hughes They had • lady a night as nurse, who *ea in charge for over twenty years, and certainly he thought that experience

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

20 Feb 1841

was cant/doff by Mr. n. ms. I.i.ento. Four hone. started, and came in in the hollowing order . Mr. h.m. I.isette. rode Ity !Aut. Vigor., 1 1 Mr. Tyke'. e h. Whioare-You br us ner 2 3 Mr. lielahemitte's Irk Colnel. by Mr. Busby 3 Mr, Bonnet's g. tn

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

31 Jan 1920

stated that he lived in rePer Wallin street, opposite Mr,. Mumby's house • he had been living there with his wife about three years, and Mrs. Murphy had been living there during that time and before it. Mr. Shortal—During the three years you have been there

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

30 Jan 1892

allegations male by the plaintiff to his property and position pcuniarly. Ile stated that in November, '57, ho was evicted Irian his farm by laird he unable to pay his rent and arrears. He was given permission to eell his interest in the farm on certain

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

7 Aug 1897

evidently by a little buy, who stated that his father was going to take him to see the match, and vivald Mr Grace please make a big acute. 1 believe the Doctor did make a •hift atom' on the followiust day, and his young admirer was doubtless gratified. A

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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 Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

24 Dec 1887

whet • pear Niel rot. Would you seer? Jana tabooed Lady nab so POWs haremy sad brit oath oy tart oed. sad loth the beaked bath sad bead tam. sad laid dale ▪ Ravi!. •dy swresit WV la ay OW set • • Lady Nab was as gad aby word. Wird ea lime yay aegis dart

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

11 Jan 1873

the :—Mr and Kea Mn Bagwell, the Misses Bagwell, Mr W. Bevan, Bins Brigade; Mn Boren, Sir W. Oshorsa, the Right Rey. the Bishop of lama sad Closer. Camas end Mrs B. Mr and Mn Nantes, tie Misses Nadia, Mrs and the Misses Bageed, Mr Pitalip Bagenal, Mr Hall-

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

3 Apr 1875

ine make .. feel • rorit Mr Justin Mtearthy ivories the seem that I was Awe oil lowseht sot this ni ,umber situ the chapter* in bound to it is the 0.14 of tie tits of not. wo woo end of the or hi. ma ietertetting its, Lady middle timeline clowe,

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

28 Dec 1839

poet- anal obovs so se paid. Mr asid merely occupy tins me period to be Is Ingo. *weed hi tide his near Carlow, In Pare ea securing his inmiesieet. et wiiki lie bees Impress them the iseassslty of stalky' themselves by Mr. relief without requir- v.

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

3 Nov 1877

Bergin should not again sake owe of language to annoy Mrs Doyle. Mr Browne said he did not like so during the hawing of the asse, but he wished to 'sprees his desire that parties having cows on his property should be afforded every facility, sod be treated

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

9 Aug 1890

of Mr Davin, who on a recent occasion referred, we assume seriously, the Gaelic Association as affording all argument in favour of Home Rule ! MR PARNELL ANI) HIS TENANTS. The following letter way throw a light on dealings at present pursued by Mr Parnell's

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

13 Jun 1903

. the proposition ssmedad by Mr Dooley, P Hashes was usauisiously re4leeted Cliairosse. Uo the propositios of, the Chews's, sessoded I by Mr Patrick Byrne, Mr dohs Kelly measly re-elected Viol-Chairmen of the council. Mesas Itegbse and soksowledged the

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

16 Nov 1861

American On his being taken into custody by the New York alb thoritics Mr Muir was sent to Fort Lafayette, *here lie was confined fora considerable time, but has been liberated on his parole. The late Lord Charles Ilesuclerk, who lost his life on Saturday

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

20 Sep 1902

smiling at it over the half - door, while his cow is bring milked for his auppm, ' is a better national saret than a towslauel of calmed tenants LADY HURT ON THE CORK WATER Oa Monday night about 4.15 a lady tripper on water chute at the C,rk Exhibition

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

30 May 1835

and cheered his goaded spirit, even amongst the cravings of hunger. The laird of Inverallan was on his death bed l And when he is gone, said Murdoch to himself, the lad will empty his coffers at our feet to bind us to the secret of his birth. But

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

28 Oct 1837

as it' to defend himsell, but, takiug advantage of their momentary hesitation, applied it to his mouth. cud blew out his brains. He died instantly, and his body was mimed to La Morgue. The girl, who cull breathed, was conveyed to the hospital of Beau

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

7 Sep 1878

geatlemea end two ladies were dinosaur( the merita siting, when a third lady jollied is. We ere talking of 'Richard Ill.' at the Lyeensa, the gentleman said. Oh pea, was the third lady's reply, we know the anther very well—Mr Willa, you know, who

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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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