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  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

26 Dec 1863

be meet the le loc h ts. Mr. D. C. Heron, Q C., inpassed upon him, made no reply. Be, however, gave no Mr. Haggard, solicitor, appeared on be-, sign of dread at his awful position. Re „ the claimants and Mr. Purcell, Mr. His I ordvhip having put on the

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

27 Dec 1894

specially sent for his convenience and attached to the boat train. Though the 4411 wan t rough, the distinguished travel. Ii had a fairly good from liii lordship was met at Dover by the Dowager Duchess cf Marlborough, Lady Wimborne, and Lady. Curzoa. Lord

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

7 Jan 1851

Russell; Leolf seneschal) Mr. A. Stafford, M.P ; King Glorious’, Mr. Avsford Sandford ; Princess Glorioss, Miss Harriet Duke, Mr. Bickeron Lyons ; Marquis, Mr Grenfell; Lackland, Mr. Odo Russell; Ulric, Lord ; Maid of Honour; Lady Georgians ; Cremenda fa

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

24 Mar 1876

received, and her Majesty's Governmenl had not yet approved it. MR. CAVBS MISSION TO ECVn. In reply to Mr. W. Cartwright, Mr. DISRAELI stated that he had now seen Mr. Cave’s report in reference to his mission Egypt, but a communication had been received from

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

23 Dec 1872

let Bs atbanapatimal) Mr. Steams dill ass tip Lied that it seta lab proceedings toweels tbetisiblip Mete. Mead la hums aselmil Richard Bell. libet tartan. died. &laud Bill the peachiest. The right boa. leissed bed eat orearloded his eddreas. FUNKRAL OF

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

19 Mar 1858

till next morning, when Mr, Sergeant will reply for the plaintiff. Counsel for plaintiff—Mr. Clarke, Q.C., Mr. Sergeant Mr. Kxham, Mr. Murphy. Agent—H. K. Kxluan. Counsel for defendant—Mr. Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Cbaltcrton. Agent—Mr. M‘Carthy Downing. PRIVATE

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

5 Mar 1869

Mr. Stock and the Carlow Election.—An action has been commenced Mr. Laurence Moonev, against Mr. Stock, late representative of Carlow, for the balance of one hundred guineas retaining fee. Some extraordinary political disclosures may be looked for Cardinal

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

28 Nov 1887

the most arsosseor Mr ld P ; the , the or. Mr Stephen O'Mara, - wham arse will be heard either his. torsiialeiy, sr la than eppelided to brag - perma. Os lha of Xr Crowe. Mr Teems Olioress occupied chair. incleded—witts the Matad—Mr Mama,. of Dr ht i Dr

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

29 Jan 1868

properties were torn away. An elderly gentle* man, wearing portion of his coat, having the handle of his umbrella embedded in the pit of his stomach and his hat firmly jammed over his eyes and nose, implored mercy in vain. Entrance into the galleries was

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

7 Aug 1893

improbable that Mr Vesisebilt wi:l have to expend the sum of at least £150,000 Define be can call the vessel his ow. - - Iselgur of the hull is Mr St Clare Byrne, et Ceetie-streat, a yacht architect who has no little fame by reason of former dealas, Mr Vanderbilt

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

30 Mar 1869

devoted to the use of ladies and those of the other sex accompanying them, while at Witty's hall the ladies have the front seats. Mr. Burnham has introduced velocipede riding a feature of the exercises of his lady classes, and Mrs. Burnham already rides

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

8 Apr 1854

impartial and unprejudiced. Mr. DRUMMOND rose to ask for the rejection of the proposition of the hon. member for Mayo. After some observations from Mr. BowTF.R,Mr. Heslt, Mr. Fitzoebald, Mr. H. Bailv, Mr. S. Wortlet, Mr. Lucas, and Mr. F. Peel, the house divided—

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

4 Jul 1895

by Galhard—Dressmaker Mr D Baird’s Witchcraft Mr Chalonei’s c Faust—Capua Mr L de Rothschild’s Little Bob Capt MacheU’s Mr J Waugh’s Aggie Marden Sherwood’s Bellinetti Mr Elton’s Australian Mint Mr Manser’s by Umpire—Lady Jane Mr K Bevridgc filly by J

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

14 Dec 1876

State to the Duke, and invested his Grace with the Colbr and Insignia of the Most Illustrious Order of St. Patrick, Grand Master thereof, and his Grace thereupon took his seat, with his head covered, the Council Board, as laird Lieutenant* General and General

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

30 Jan 1868

hear). Mr.. Train then read the following letter, being made up of extracts from Mr. Roebuck's rcccnt speech, with his own cemments on same :— Imperial hotel, Cork, Jan. 27th 1868. Our happiness, to great extent, is bound tip ith America- Mr. Roebuck

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

27 Feb 1860

christened Lady Jane Kepton, wife of Mr. Repton, M.P., for Warwick, and daughter of his Grace the Duke Leinster. The Minister and Con naught will be each launched in the course of the spring ; the first of them will be christened by Mrs. Herbert, the lady of

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

10 Dec 1868

MR BRIGHT'S APPOINTMENT. Mr. liright has received countless congratulations upon his Recession to office, but there general fcoliag of regret that ho should have declined the responsibilities of tho India Office for the loss brill.ant duties of the Hoard

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

15 Mar 1870

rdat. (Before Mr. Justice O’Brien). Ilis Lordship entered court half-past ten o’clock, and resumed the hearing of Coiker v. Payne and M'Kenzie. Evidence for the defence was given. Mr James H. Payne examined by Mr Jcllett, am agent to Mr Frewon, and one

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Skibbereen & West Carbery Eagle; or, South Western Advertiser

Skibbereen & West Carbery Eagle; or, South Western Advertiser Cork, Republic of Ireland

12 Oct 1861

anti-com-law agitation. Mrs. Guinness HilL - Tim Freeman'i Journai miblishes the following pedigree of this Jady : Mr William Burdett, third son of Francis (who ■„ eldest son Mr. Robsrt Bardetl) married in 1811, Sarah, daughter of Mr. Timothy Brent, and

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

31 May 1853

country inheritance, holds nothing purchase, his ancestors never trod our soil, ins income all salarv for praver, and yet the last of the nuns whom lie , insults prays more in a week than has pray eil in hi. life—she prays for her own saiietidcation and

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