Search British Newspaper Archive

Help

Amend Search

Enter the name of the person you would like to search for. Genes Reunited will then search the site for names that match.

If you are searching for a female relation we recommend you start your search using her maiden name.

Filter results by

Help

925 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

Enter the keywords or phrases you are looking for in the search box. You can enter more than one, for example Locomotive or Jack the Ripper.

You can narrow down the results by county, year and article type to get more specific results.

The text in the results may look strange. This is because we have scanned the original newspaper pages using high quality scanners and an optical character recognition (OCR) process which creates the electronic text. Both these processes produce the most accurate results possible; however, it is inevitable that some errors slip through due to the age and condition of some of the original pages. When you view the original image the text will display correctly.

These matches have been found in the British Newspaper Archive. If you would like to read this article, click on the preview image to see more.

You are filtering by:

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

Page 2 + 1 of 47

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. ...
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

View article
Type: Article
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

View article
Type: Article
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

View article
Type: Article
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

View article
Type: Article
Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

4 Jun 1873

cup of • few ansient iii his daily Theo he meat few hems at bard work over in oona Serer, which always at sin wale*. The Chid Junk. mr)ogen thie meal espeilly, hurried through with It, beeewee gereic selglit be the that . His table eispent, but not end

View article
Type: Article
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

View article
Type: Article
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

View article
Type: Article
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

View article
Type: Article
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

View article
Type: Article
Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

13 Jun 1860

Willoughby de Eresby, ',Ord Demirel, Hon. James Howard, Mr. Saunders, of the Great Western Railway, Mr. Henry Brunel, and Captain Robertson, R.N., chief surveyor of the Board of Trade, with Mr. Murray and Mr. Ruby, were present on behalf of the Board of Trade

View article
Type: Article
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

View article
Type: Article
Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

2 Nov 1863

have been bruised and otherwise slightly injared. Mr John Hodgson, 41 years of age, belonging to Stockton on-Tees, who was on his way to Peebles te be manager of the Peebles and Inverlsithen railway, had his legs fractur.d, and I was taken to the Edinburgh

View article
Type: Article
Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

4 Feb 1860

20m lea an hour. The engines are (mediating, and the paddle wheels have feathering floats Mr. Laird has adopted his well-known wave principle to the hulls of his vessels, which bear a striking resemblance to those fast going steamers constructed by him

View article
Type: Article
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

View article
Type: Article
Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

12 May 1871

partook of lunch, to which Mr. O'Donnell, K.M., was invited. His Excellency desired an interview with tbe Mayor, but as Mr. Johnson is in London at present, Dr. Browne, R N., and the Town Clerk and Town Solicitor, on hearing of his Excellency's wish, immediately

View article
Type: Article
Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

26 Apr 1860

M Majestic; Mr, J W Harden, Judge of the Birkenhead County Court; Her. A Knox, Mr. Hardman Earle, Captain V King, of the Oxton and Claughtnn Rifle Company Mr. John Stewart, Mr. James Holme, Mr. J Beaxlcy, Mr. G Horsfall, &c. Mr John Laird occupied the

View article
Type: Article
Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

30 Apr 1860

M.P., Lady Theresa Lewis, and Miss Lister; Mr. and Mrs. L. Harcourt, Mr. V. Lister, Mr, Milner and Miss Milner, Captain He; wood. Lady Ramsay (of Wardlaw), Mr. and Mrs. P. Percival and Miss Mary Percival, Lady Georgina Milaer and Miss Milner, Mr. and Lady

View article
Type: Article
Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

16 Mar 1869

performer lay aot in his apparel. As the play proceeded causes of his popularity became plain. He was simply delightful. There was comedy in his grin, laughter in his sneeze, even wiien the sneeze wai natural, and when put one finger to his nose and radiated

View article
Type: Article
Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

12 Nov 1853

looked round, but could not see it. Mr. Corah then said something to me about it. I called out to Mrs. Sheehan, the lady who was with me, and told her purse was gone. That man (Mr. Corah) wanted to make me believe that Mrs. Sheehan was at my side at the time

View article
Type: Article
Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

21 Sep 1863

attorney. Mr. Dunleavy Pa(l | e r, who retires ; Gentleman Cadet George which to have been reached 12.35 ; but fa fi„u sriudin ..ualtoN in His every glory glows. brother, aitd pheuouieiiou in his wav, who ntoveil began his stoteraeut, when his worslup

View article
Type: Article