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  • County: Cavan, Republic Of Ireland

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

28 Mar 1863

Jus own recognisance in sum illoo. 6ir I’fcEL «nid *Mr O'Connor professed le ardent aduiircier of Mihi-« •fifeciiun. \i« had «m*-e marrird the lady there no ncce«* .•diy for ie-u|>rnii.g i> e raae. All

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

4 Jan 1862

tctmiit on his K,slate. Scrcnl of his Lordship's tenants haS'e bronglit this mailer under our notice, and requested that we wpuld jpve it publicity ; wa so with plcuanre. BKJ.jujtßPy OKKiCK.—It wp« Mated in a retreut issue, on the authority of a but Mr. M*Uahc

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

7 Jan 1860

attentive protection France.” But France has in laird client, Austria; and more than Austria, for the Pope himself hesitated not to declare on his return from that his ideas were not in conformity with the ideas of his eldest'son.” It was terrible slate ofthinga

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

9 Feb 1861

r •cognised Mr. Brewster; and on the other, that Homan Cadiolic gemlemaii, in the person of Mr. Dchsv, should pro ferret 1. As law officers in Ireland accept Puisne Judges* places, Mr. -.i'V 9cem> to have had the rule ol eiiqnette in his favour. Hut the

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

31 Dec 1859

overcome the cold died in short time uftse, laird John Bussell has recovered from his euhl, ami daring the lust few dais has atlei ded daily the Foreign Ofiico, Diiwning.-tn-ci. His hin’.diip remrn ere arming his residence. I'ciubioko Lodge, Kich- Stood

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

2 Feb 1861

parish of Porivale, Middlesex, appeared Intfure Mr. Armstrong and Bench of magl-l rates, answer the his churchwauleii. Mr* Collins, who charged him with feloniously stealing a leaden coffin, and converting the his use. The simple Facta of lit* case were these;

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

4 Sep 1858

young men were. The deceased ladies were not more than two iniii.it,down until they were tilled. The first thing 1 saw was Mr. Felix O’Hanlon calling for the engines to stopped, i ran tip him, ami saw the ilvceased ladies lying against one of the seats

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

14 Nov 1863

under sentence of detith for tb« mirUrr of Lieutaiiant Sanborn, ba* been, at his cxpr-.-ij desire, married in his cell to young man to she had long been engaged. The debtor h.i> j ids coffin maile after a peculiar pattern lieod liimself—the top end is raised

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

31 Aug 1861

Princess Helens, Lord Granailla, and Lady Chareh- guard of boDoar of the 18th Royal Iriab ware ansij and the escort conk* posed of forty of the Roysl Dragoons, Lord Castleroese iedTon the right of the carnage, sad Mr Herbert, Ueutenent the Coouty, rode

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

9 Oct 1858

er'ui 4 : f «nOlulh, l! h Cottage, .Mr. ■MiiMcratti , • 0 ewes, one 425. lot of wethers 40. ~ ■ )(>t of cwl . s a! ;i6a.; fid., and one at 40»., . ,i , lt : Mr loin T. S.vrooitr sold lot otwaners.u JcSTerson nt Mr. l.n b- Mr.V^H^astei,^ t “thers at 4fis.,

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

9 Jul 1864

proceeded (h when fir '°' house, esked him lenee the *r defendant (,i f e „,lant>) prope.ty; the P«*. »» l .i ., present, but his fiber s.eb-d .n ,1 *t »•“ thnt never hnd ne.*, never , ' him hi. eon, end that if even the n-ts I. llh Jlperty, hi. »n we

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

12 Mar 1859

. He* I. P« u. V.eer F J (>.. Pom llirm n, ham, Mr. Barer, e. J •• j „,«!, ;“r Mi« Borden, col Qland by Mr.; Thomft. S. Blark.r. 2/,6r. Mr. Madden, Coltepe-gr.en, 10r.; Geurgiana tnide. »..«d.; *. Lady. fir. N B.—The name Iheae poor appliennla for ha-

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

26 Dec 1863

Park; Rev Francis Hurst, Mr and Mrs and Mias S Hum, Rev John Flanagan, Mrs Flanagan and family, Mr and Mrs Dockcray, Mr and Mrs Wall, John Graham, Esq, Enniskillen Mre and Miss Oraham, Dr and Mis Knight, John Brady, jan Mrs and the Hi'ces Brady, Johnstown

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

22 Aug 1863

; Captain Mangles, Mr. V. H. LHlVdale, Mr. Denis Kirwan, Sir. E. M. Edwards, -Mr. W. A. Tolkmotho, Mr. F. Young, AMerinmi John Ucynolds, Mr. M. Morris, Q.C.: ,b; l.ord Mayor of Dublin, the Mayor of ll lfast, the JLiyor of Derry, Mr. John F. Maguire,

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

21 Jul 1860

ordinary labour, but threw all his energy lulu the umKrt'nking! ami. aidoil the Christian generosity of his parishioners and others, the preliminary dilUeult'ces were length overcome. Out of his own private nurse and that of Mrs. Heresford. came small portion

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

31 Jul 1858

stature, hut his physiognomy denotes great resolution. M. Emerat is Itcrolly covefered with wounds; he has a deep sabre cut the top of his head both his arms are also wounded ; his left hand is still in a sling from a severe injury, and his right hears

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

1 Feb 1862

excellent position. Mr Malcomsoo has retired from the directory. Mr Chapman now chairman, and Co plain Mangles vice chairmen, Messrs J Young, Gurney, (Liverpool), and Mr Dent* Kirwin, of Casilthsvket, form the directory. Mr Laird actively engaged in

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

10 Jul 1858

of his infirmities; 1 beard his mass lately the workhouse; not know that his devoting him* 4f to th« dirties of chaplain •of the workhouse is athat superseded in his ordinary duties; T dot know that the Hcv. Mr. Magee has two tnrstes the Hev. Mr. Doherty

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

12 Jan 1861

afterwards John Cox, shopboy of Mr. Maxwell, called Miss Wallace’s, to inquire if Mr. Maxwell had sent for any goods, tho prisoner was not Mr. laxwell’s servant, and had been trying to conceal the goods in sawpit the rere Mr. Maxwell’s premises, and when

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Cavan Observer

Cavan Observer Cavan, Republic of Ireland

27 Jul 1861

drop. They bad no materials fur discussion before them. Mr Lever bad made his tcatemeor, and they were not in position to disprove it; but the changes against Mr Lever in no way referred to his conduct member cf that boose or to bis legislative position

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