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  • County: Cork, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1860 - 1869
  • Type: Illustrated

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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 Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

25 Jul 1864

announced that Lady Florence was at length about to surrender to Mr. Chaplin,awealthy commoner. Mr. Chaplin thereupon received the congratulations of his friends having secured so bewitching possession. The family lawyers were at once set to work ; Mr. Chaplin

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

26 Dec 1861

so, Mr. Chase will get some fourteen millions towards his expenditure of seventy-six millions. And jet it is still dubious whether to this expenditure is not to be added the trifling contingency of a war with England I A Mr. Kenriek and Gray, his alleged

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

12 Apr 1861

hearth before the fire, having undressed himself and pet his clothes under his head. He would wear his shirts for several days, and on witness remonstrating with him, he said Mr. H. Williams had stolen his al irts and worn them. ililams murderedehadplen histyof

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

16 Aug 1867

tm., he would be requested to resign his post, or give up his coneectMn with the cumpany. In reply to Mr. ; on behalf of Mr. Han- MILD, The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHXQUER said that the case of Mr. Mocks Reiter and Mr. G. B. Grant. who wire imprisoned Inc

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

18 Apr 1860

Bart., 0.C.D., whoso death has joat his town residence Great Ontnberland-attcet, in the Slat year of his ace. The gallant general was son of the law Mr. John M'Mahon, some time controller of the port of Lnneilclt; his mother was one ofthe Stackpoolesofthe

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

2 Jan 1863

Thetheltlied ; Lady I .'d Me. &Akin F. Myths eldest an of Sir Jae y mos. Ban ; obi am- Abraham II Mei, Welt ape est . Ike J.W Leg; Mr H W Farringtee, eldest.. Haley • ton, Bait; Mr Augustus Frederick Geom, Lady Farmer, Lady Lashington, Mr. Chemin, and the

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

27 Mar 1867

because Mr. Allen acted as private solicitor for Mr. Leader that Captain Leader ought remain on the bench, while men were being tried on a charge in which his father and him belt were concerned. Mr. Allen thought that there was nothing conveyed by Mr. Julian's

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

2 Aug 1869

After the ateeileme et the plaiotiff the newspaper wee imadoobsi by Mr. J. A. )ye, who had plainal'osatiembtor. Mr. sod Mr. H. J. Hooter apprned for Ille gl igif timas (with whom was Mr. Plummer) for ile dalemdeste coateaded, amongst other things, that

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

15 Jul 1867

ii.re great nobles with thrice that income, the b cough members, the Mayor, and the Town His Majesty will have it in his power to enjoy the his dinner,_at which his intimate* are present, par-' you a new proof of my confidence and esteem. 3 there was tire

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

6 Nov 1863

Thursday evening Mr. M'Mabott, hI.P., accompanied by Mr. Blake, proceeded to Roes and passed the evening with some friends favourable to free fishing. Next morning Mr. Pillfahon took aside car to friends near the Tower of Hook. Mr Blake first Intended

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

28 Dec 1867

spot and Willoughby De Broke , Mr. J ames Smith Barr y , and r iled • the toilwtoern,,R.whililiniwasliraleoly visited by Lord some military engineering officers. Mr. Hamilton Maim, amieted by Mr. S. rrench, J.P.. and Mr, B, 11. held private inquiry into

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

16 Oct 1866

gave it they would, in his opinion, at least, the party that should be supported (hear). Referring tothe proposed banquet to Mr. Bright, the chairman expreared his admiration of thatgentlernan sea scholar, ander &statesman. Mr. Bright had been arimoiled

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

25 Sep 1866

Adelphiterrace, Mr. Baxter Lang,o,e chair, Mr. Stubber proposed that a depua fro, the league should attend the banquet bto r , ,,eA to be given to Mr. Bright at the enplirg month. Mr. Leno :.,nded the pr tosition, ard said he should like to we Mr. Bee, conpany

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

20 Jan 1869

Beaides the provision mad, for his family by will, he gave to each of his sons £lOO,OOO in his lifetime. William Ewart was born on the nth of December 1809, in the same bedroom as that in which, five years later, his friend Mr. Curd. well first saw the light

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

4 Oct 1866

' Duna—ten Tuesday night Mr. Thomas W. 4 We, from the mese b. her in g r :.. W m, Men ' saki Wad and Ur demiseci had doing his or d inary find to 000 her. The In no g ' t w o I. = - Entett el t a ert; al ' w c i lo Mr. i o n d l i t o r -' 0 al

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

13 Mar 1869

Or given up ; Is= mid, he whe hip ter • shilling thereby bigesif. ani oflsse *Ames to his feeling., wheals ezporieoced se is giving Petrifies% boor. ki it. ✓eriodard Mr Or of Osi d mlidiabi ma or to afa haw, for when the ' seadoll Imo the ad tie ' bathe

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

3 Jul 1861

imputation of his having received fees from the opposite side withdraw his pleas. —liish Times, Obnoxious.* -In former Jays, when roads were bad, and wheeled Chicles almost unknown, an old laird was returning from a supper party, with his lady mounted behind

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

7 Aug 1867

—Petroleum, standard 'serer made his boast Earl RUSSELL expreseed his hope that the Bill . BRETT withdrew his motion in favour of setiefied that that had been d which the e was arrested, was nearly identical with that of Mr one true white, fief,. e the amendmett

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

8 Jun 1861

It consisted of the Right lion. the I Lord Mayor, Mr. Alderman Roe, Mr. Alderman Reynolds, Mr. Jeremiah Dunne, Mr. Gray, Mr, M'Birnie, Mr. Jude, Mr. ?d'Swiney, Mr. M.Vey, Mr. Farquhar, Town Clerk; and Mr. Neville, City Engineer. lhe Lord Mayor having introduced

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