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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

29 May 1871

Margaret, wife of Andrew Moran. K»y. ?*. JroudfooUtowh. Ellen, relict of Mr. Richard Sh-il, Ardcsth, county Heath, aged f« yean. Laibd-Ob his passage home from America, Mr. George Laird, of Grafton street. Dublin. cn the 4th May, together with seven others

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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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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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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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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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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

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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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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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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

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

13 May 1874

Rercnge, Mr. Swefoe'a hone e-eat end wenenuly. Recovery fell and broke bis lee and Waterford tleo dawn. Tie Plate of 220 j an open handicap { second received eon. Mr.B. B. Linde's Mery Highland, by Solon. yre., KM. 81b. (Mr. ..I Mr. J, SobaoeU's Lady Spcnxr

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

31 Jan 1872

have nc> right whatever to close the meeting. Dr. Maturm remained standing with his hat in his hand, and Mr. M*Cliutm-k rose and read tho following resolution j“ the incumbent former occasion .and n»IW fefiHed give the select vestry any relative the c

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

6 May 1874

ought made absolute. Mr. Ampblett ecusurr -d- Mr. Jacobe—l ask leave to go to the Evchequer Chamber. Mr, Baron Bramw*U- can give you leave te there. You can there if you like. Mr. Jacobe—l will try then. Mr. Baron Braswell—Very well. Mr. Jacob#—Wnea doe#

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

7 Oct 1878

regard to, and that usage went support the view contended for Mr. Donnell and the other gentlemen supporting his view. Mr. O’Connor said he the motion of Mr. Gardiner vote of censure on Mr. Wilson. moved amendment that the reflation should stand thus

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

10 Aug 1871

that Mr. Childers hail never repudiated w jiich has been erected St. Giles’s Cathedral his own Stiace Dm tqspqnsibility ; hqt. of tfiosq qffiqqfs (pen fell tho Crimea, contrary, fiis ndnute had fqlly admitted his qbjqct Applause.) was not shirk his own

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

22 Feb 1876

o’clock, laird Crichton, introduced by Col. Taylor and Mr. R. Winn, took the oatb ana his scat for Enniskillen re-election. Mr. Rylands, who received loud cheers from the Oppos ilion, look the oath and bis seal for Burnley, in the room of Mr. Shaw, deceased

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

31 May 1877

Lane lor 450 guineas. Lady Lomlcy, Bst ylb. (F. Archer) I Beltkenti, Bst 4lb (Constable) 2 Ersila, Sst sib (Wyatt) 3 Also ran—Grace, Sst 9lb; Hollandaisc, Sst 91111. Betting—6 to 5 agst Ersila 4 agst Grace ; sto t agst Lady Lumley. Woo four lengths

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

14 Aug 1872

Corporation Haa, where the chair was taken by Mr. Philip Shannon, the President, and votes of ( thanks were passed by acclamation to the Rev. Mr. j Ross for his sermon, and to Mr. William Johnston, 1 M.P., for his exertions in their behalf in Parliament.

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

12 Aug 1871

little, it has never varied; in his wise the feeling is towards the man as much as towards his works. Did not possess a line from his pen, his life would stand as a i true epic. I will not say I think him as strong in his modern politics as some other point

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