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  • County: Cork, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

14 Sep 1896

8 Briatow, The Hon Chief Justice, Goldney, Trinidad Lady Goldney, J H Hunter, Dublin ; W Hudson, J Durie, Dublin Mr and Mrs William Laird, Mr and Mrs John Laird, Mr and Mrs John Laird, Mr and Mrs Bevis, Dr Editor Irish

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

30 Oct 1863

seriously prejudicial to the force ot his protest. If Sserams P are really not destined for Mr. Jefferson Davis it signifies little what claim the Americans may have upon our sympathies. But Mr. Laird gives no clue to his views all. Ninety-nine out of every

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

20 Mar 1850

out of his house by him, and witness heard bim say he would have his life and Mr. Maaon's, so that he was on the alert. To a Grand Juror —It was from an under tenant of Mr. Mason's, that Browne held his house. John Flaherty »woni and examined by Mr. Leahy—

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

16 Mar 1876

produced, and on his own clement unrivalled, bat that his administration at the Board of Admiralty was a failure. (Hear, hear.) Mr. Pitt, after the peace Amiens, made a motion for inquiry into the state of the navy, which was supported by Mr. Fox, and they

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

8 Sep 1864

Jean.*, The Laird of Blackbarony (who, for a reason that will afterwards appear, was not willing that his neighbour should pay his visit at that particular time) gave the thing the go-by, saying that his daughter was over young for the laird. E’en’s you

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

26 May 1853

He knew the confidence which his lady placed in this servant. His eyes were at once opened to the foul deed, and the conviction that his most dear and beloved son had been slain bv the machinations of his wife, shocked his feelings terribly that he was

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

29 Apr 1889

In the first batch of witnesses called will Mr. Biggar, M.P., Mr. Edward Harrington, M.P., Mr. WtlUain O’Brien, M.P., Mr. T. D. Sullivan, M.P., Mr. Justin McCarthy. M.P., Mr. T. P. (/Connor, M.P., and Mr. Sexton, M.P., who will speak to speeches delivered

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

11 Jan 1850

deprived. Mr. Murphy concluded calling James Jones. Mr. Joseph O'Riorilan— The boy Jones again ! James Jones, a miserable looking creature, came on the table. Mr. Downiug—l object to his being heard, as plaintiff in this case, and 1 must say his production

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

10 Jul 1857

Edward Mackie, examined by Mr. Young—l first became acquainted with L’ in IS4O. I considered him vain, lying fellow. He was very boastful of his personal appearance, and parties admiring him ladies particularly. ~ . , . , Mr Youns—lt w.i* a common thing

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

29 Feb 1860

hundred ladies and gentlemen, were emertained Messrs. Laird an elegant dejeuner at which Mr. John Laird, the head of the firm, presided. The health of the Marquis of Chandos and Lady Chaudos having been proposed, the chairman’s, Mr. John Laird, was drank

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

4 Aug 1864

to the farmer, there was •considerable competition. Mr. Martin Forrest’s Dairy Maid and Lady tcok the two prizes, and his Bute, that lor the two-year-old heifers. Mr. N. C. Martin’s Alfreds was ami Mr. M. Mahony’s black and white heifer, highly commended

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

20 Feb 1863

search of the Alabama. House of commons-last Night. Mr. W. 11. P. Gore Lanoton took the oaths and his scat for West Somerset in the room of Mr. Moonr, resigned. The CHANCELLOR the EXCHEQUER, in reply to Mr. StlnSfeld, stated that the Government did not intend

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

24 Jun 1859

buy light kid gloves, attend the opera, and pav his cafe bill, he lives on contented with his position, his future troubles him not, long his present wears t.n agreeable aspect, Vevi la DagnteHa” is his cry: “life is short, let enjoy it while we may and

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

13 Jul 1857

the same courage, or something tJ*at effect. Wm. lYmgle, examined by Mr. Young—l was in the service of Mr. l*aird in Dundee in 1852 ; I knew L'Angelier there we both lived in Mr. Laird's house I had frequent conversation with L'Angelier ; I remember teliing

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

30 Apr 1864

hands. Mr. Justin Cartie informed the court that he appeared for Captain Kennedy. Mr. Cronin— For fear of any difficulty occurring it is well to know if Mr. M'Cartie is instructed by an Irish solicitor. Mr. Bards well —He is. I have employed Mr. B irry

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

25 Aug 1871

You might as well look lor a needle in a truss of hay as search for Mr. Campbell if you knew nothing further to give him individuality. Argyllshire laird is known by his surname but his territorial appellation. Here, for instance, is Lord Archibald Campbell’s

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

26 Aug 1871

everybody knows everybody so well, there is all the riuJoe*s of sameness in the enforced association. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, of SluhantulUhbeg, have known Mr. and Mrs. Campbell of Pibrochouuiidhu for ever so many years. They dine each other’s bouses j about three

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

14 Oct 1863

with him in his uncle’s house. . ,ir.w [The witness was further examined by Mr. Crawley regarding our intimacy with the defendant]. To Mr. Dineen—My father was precenter of the 1 res. byterian Church, Saintfield, and sometimes parties came to his house to

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

29 Oct 1863

for his conduct, but, his ideas being now so confused, he could not draw one up. but his tormentor relieved him of any thought by dictating one, winch he committed to writing, and thereby afforded another proof his guilt. In the mean time the lady of the

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

4 Jun 1873

institution.” Fatal Fall ok a Young Lady from tub Top of a Monument.—Cupar Fife, Sunday Night.— Yesterday afternoon a distressing occurrence took place in this neighbourhood. Miss Laird, daughter of the Rev. John Laird, minister of the Free Church this

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