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  • For Years: 1860 - 1869

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

17 Sep 1860

fails him, his generals sell him, his soldiers partly go over to his enemy, partly expend their patriotism in shoot log the traitors, and then disband and go home. But the Lazzaroni—that faithful pffpulation whom his father armed with such effect against the

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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 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 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 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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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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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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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

12 Jun 1860

others, differed from these gentlemen in that opinion. Mr. Sullivan, Q,.C., appeared on behalf of Braddell's trusts. Mr. Sgrjeant Lawson represented the minors. At the close of the arguments, His Honor said he could not decide, under the 30th section

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

22 Jun 1869

CTURE MR. JUSTIN M'CARTHY. In pursuance of announcement Mr. Justin M'Car- I j thy, editor of the London Morning Star, delivered ! lecture last evening (June 7th), at tbe Cooper lustitute, New r';, England and the Alabama. On the platform was Mr. Peter

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

14 May 1860

and gentlemen who attended the fight between Heenan and Sayers'* (Niebet and Go.) Mr. Noel takes tbe narratives of tbe sporting papers and of tbe Timei tbe gronodwork of his appeal, and founds on them argument drawn from considerations of social order, morality

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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 Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

25 Apr 1860

vessels were launched, about 200 ladies and gentlemen, who had special invitations from Mr. Laird, adjourned to the Mo Ferry Hotel, au! part Kik of a d jeuner. Mr John Laird occupied the chair, and on his right and left sat Mr;. Herbert and Colonel Herbert

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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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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

29 Feb 1860

£lOO a year; to his butler .£5O a year; to his cook £BO a year I to his head gardener, £4O &year ; and one MN pies wages to all his servants respectively est ted Lady Holland, the Earl of 'et Spicer Davidson,Ess of Spriagsgardess, his executors. The

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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

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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