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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

9 Apr 1831

Graham, Sir James Mackintosh, the Hon. George Lamb. Mr. Pauletl Thompson, the Lord Advocate of Scotland, Mr. Robert Grant, Mr. Charles Grant, Mr. Y'ernon Ruivlh, the Solicitor General, Mr. Spring Rice, Mr. IMiillips, the Under Secretary, the Dean Hereford

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

20 Mar 1850

out of his house by him, and witness heard bim say he would have his life and Mr. Maaon's, so that he was on the alert. To a Grand Juror —It was from an under tenant of Mr. Mason's, that Browne held his house. John Flaherty »woni and examined by Mr. Leahy—

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

1 May 1834

Second horae to save his stake. Mr. Wan’rchc Bu.ti, H. ClinKrr, Bst Üb,, Mr. Hunter’a f Lu|iin. Or VelocM«le, 7« .. , Mr. Stiff, hi Surch, Brt Mr. Watfrbi: Fracture, Homer, 8.121 b •• JJ Mr. W.lf* SUrcb, out of Mltli’l Mr. MaJ.er race c

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

30 Nov 1830

understand that it is his own fault, ns he has refused several offers made him. The office of Vice- Treasurer for Ireland is abolished, and Mr. Doherty is, believe, no longer in office ; Mr. OT.oghmn, amongst others, is spoken of as his successor. Col. Gusset

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

14 Mar 1829

adjacent to his circuit, <£?J Mr. H. would at any time undertake s«ial mission to any part of the United Kingdom ojAoPrange,at two days’ notice. Apply to John rick and Nobi.ett, Esqrs., Cork; or slr. Hobart, 8 irgeon, 2, South-Mall. gif Mr. H. performs

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

11 Aug 1842

rd by the policeman and his wife’s brolher,proceeded to the they discovered Laird and his mistress together. They were once taken into custody and brought into the station house,Sickville Place. The husband refused charge his wife.but entered the charge

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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 Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

29 Dec 1829

Solicitor General, Mr. Gurney, Mr. Brougham, Mr. Alderson, and Mr. Waithman, appeared for the prosecution. Mr, P. Pollock was engaged for the defendant Gutch ; Mr. Barstow for Fisher and the defendant Alexander conducted his own defence. Mr. Waithmak opened

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

9 Mar 1830

O'Connell & Daly, 3 0 Rev. Mr.Colhnrn, 1 0 OThos. Lynch, 10 0 Mrs. Allen 0 OW. Hackett.&Co. 5 0 Mrs. Shelton 0 2 B. Wise, 3 0 John Otllcy 2 0 OJ. O’Connell, 10 Ladies’UrsulinrCon- Miss M. Mahony, 10 0 vent Ulackrock 0 10 6 Mr. Knicbt, 10 M. Smith 1 0 OM

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

4 Jun 1829

Hope, and one son, Mr. Wm. and Lady Jane Peel and one eon and daughter; Hr. Seymour, Mr. Math, Mr. and Mr*. Cavendish, two sons and two daughters Hon. W. Bathurst, Mr.C.PXireville.Mr.A. Ellis, Mrs-E.Littleton, &c_ A TRULJMiIRAPIIIC SKETCH ! (from the standard

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

13 Feb 1840

S, and Lady His R. H. the Duke of Cobourg Agnes His H. H. the Prince Ernest Sir J. and Lady C. Coply The Duke of Norfolk Mr. and Lady 11. Clive The Duke and Duchess of Bedford Mr. and Lady Theresa The Duke & Duchess Sutherland Colonel and Lady J. Wemyss

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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 Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

11 Nov 1830

greatest atrability, Oh, Mr. Hunt; yes.” His Majesty then held out his hand, but Mr. Hunt was busy in untying his enormnns bundle of petitions which was large enough to fill a sack, and did not observe the hononr evidently intended his Majesty towards him

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

26 May 1853

He knew the confidence which his lady placed in this servant. His eyes were at once opened to the foul deed, and the conviction that his most dear and beloved son had been slain bv the machinations of his wife, shocked his feelings terribly that he was

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

24 May 1831

Whalebone. His Majesty’s by Mustuchio, out of Electrcss’s dam. Mr. Beards’worth’s br c Colwick, by Filial. Lord Chesterfield's hy Middleton’, out C’ressidu. Mr. Rush's Roadster, by General Grosvenor’s Sarpedon, by Emilius. Mr. Day’s Caleb, by Waterloo. Mr. Petre’s

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

29 Jun 1844

Chief Baron, laird Chief Justice Tindal, Mr. Justice Patteson, Mr. Justice Williams, and Mr. Justice Oilman. Sir T. Wilde, Mr. Erie, and Mr. J. Wilde appeared counsel for the claimant; and the Attorney-General, the Solicitor-General, and Mr. appeared on

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

29 Apr 1889

In the first batch of witnesses called will Mr. Biggar, M.P., Mr. Edward Harrington, M.P., Mr. WtlUain O’Brien, M.P., Mr. T. D. Sullivan, M.P., Mr. Justin McCarthy. M.P., Mr. T. P. (/Connor, M.P., and Mr. Sexton, M.P., who will speak to speeches delivered

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

4 Dec 1830

that laird Ellenborongb has been. Lord Durham can be, just as well; and, for Mr. Wood, who so fit be immediately about the person of the Premier connexion ? And First laird of the Treasury, whom could he bare so proper as his brother-in-law, Mr. Ellice

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

11 Jan 1850

deprived. Mr. Murphy concluded calling James Jones. Mr. Joseph O'Riorilan— The boy Jones again ! James Jones, a miserable looking creature, came on the table. Mr. Downiug—l object to his being heard, as plaintiff in this case, and 1 must say his production

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

11 Jul 1826

and Elibank gave orders prepare I for his immediate execution. Elated with his victory, went home and communicated his intention to his lady. Are you mad ?” said her ladyship, would you hang the young Laird ef Harden—you that has sae mony unmarried daughters

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