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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

21 Nov 1845

evidence of industry and merit, we consider highly creditable to Mr. Laird; and we trust his sac. cess will be a stimulus to others to imitate the improvements Mr. Laird has made upon his farm.— Ibid. THIRTY SHILLING NOT EL—We regret to perceive that a

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

17 Jan 1851

HIS EXCELLENCY. The Lord Lieutenant, eecomptnicd Sir Wil. I jam Somertillr, the Hon. Gerald Poneonfc?, Me* jnr Pooeonby, Mr. Carry Conellna, Mr. Felton Hereey, A.D.C., and Captein Bernard, A.D.C. in Waiting, made eleiia on Saturday to Mr. Oeerge dietlllery

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Donegal Independent

Donegal Independent Donegal, Republic of Ireland

6 Jul 1900

before the Lord Chancellor a memori.il was presents! on half of Mr Thom.™ E Nelson. LL.D.. praying to Ik- re .elmitted solicitor. Mr John CWke. Q.C., with wtumi was W •* Johnston, (instructed Mr John Elliott. Sruhuoe.) read the memoriid, whi-k, said, was

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

9 Feb 1849

easponlien. Hwy of them is Amami. lives en Women, sad his his estate waged by the spas] if his modltor. so that the peer are plead betimes a lodised whole usable to give them assimanee sad the aro who his no Wow in gip lag them say, and looks to the penises%

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

1 Mar 1850

earl, Lord Laotians of Inked, sad resealed his seat amid load sheers. The Earl of CLARENDON lagged to observe that the party pnesesion an had been postponed hi deferents to the 'plain of his noble Iriesdand his surprise whoa he beard that the Onage pees

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Donegal Independent

Donegal Independent Donegal, Republic of Ireland

5 Apr 1901

man pay off his instalments under Bill, every ix-nt said would Know would !«• ••abieing his rent, and Hi.d oileimtel* (in* pru|M*r(y wellld lx* his own. hid to say, however, (hat (hey had de- iie to drive the laiollords tile (-•inilry ; (hi* jeoutraiy

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

14 Dec 1855

liquor before.* A Pobtumats Maw.—Mr. Merry, who was for »any years Deputy Secretary War, died Cheltenham on the aged 93. He waa well the army during his oAcial career for the peculiar style his correspondence. He retired opon his full pay of £2 ftOO per an*>um

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Donegal Independent

Donegal Independent Donegal, Republic of Ireland

23 Sep 1898

their own acta, ladies were anno ted the Civil Service. Mr Crumley—And appointed Inspectors of Factories. vote being taken laird Messrs Duncas. sen. and Duffin declared against the resolution which was adopted. lam! Curry—Well done Mr (Bn and Dundas.

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Donegal Independent

Donegal Independent Donegal, Republic of Ireland

14 Jan 1888

audience went up stairs. Tie ladies who presided at the tea tables were—Mrs. and Miss Myles, Miss Sproule Miss Brown. Miss. A. Bigger, Miss Bigger, Mrs. Andrews, Miss A. Lipsett. Miss L. Lipsett, (Manor House), Mrs. Monteith, Mrs. Potter and Miss Morrow.

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

19 Aug 1842

villa-place. There, however, Mr. llob.wson declined preferring any charge against hit lady, but he garb that already stated ■gaiat Laird. Mrs. Robinette restated the greater portion of the £7B to bet hushaad. preen-ease, the property of Mr. Robinson, and • few

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

22 Jun 1838

of his Church —thee soaking his Church. sod not the Scrioturve, the ultimate rule of fait li ha declared be would give are no Answer, but that fie would give it to the Kentish fi:e boys, oho stood shooting on his left - who acknowledged, in his first

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Donegal Independent

Donegal Independent Donegal, Republic of Ireland

30 Jun 1893

happy “The anc. lassie. *• You’ll hao heart all his plans. He would give up heard o’ the Dalrymplos o’ ?” io his uncle Thomas ; it was mortgaged its •• How should 1 ? Has any ono written last acre ; and for his part, he was glad so book about them ?” rue

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

14 Jan 1853

Graham may iniaa stays ’at the Admiralty ; Mr. Kidney Herbert bungle at the War Office ; and Mr. William Keogh fail io bit law at Solicitor General; but Mr. Johu Sadleir, as frith laird of the Treasury, will in his proper element. The country commonly imagines

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

21 Jun 1861

eligible in Cabin and Steerage accommodation. A Stewardess attends the Ladies' cabin. For freight and passage, apply to Maeonnel A Laird, St. Viaccnt-atrect, iilaagow; Alexander Laird Son, (Ireeuock; Arcbd, Thompson, Daniel Fall, Portrush and Coleraine;

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

14 Feb 1851

RY. Ffbboarv 11. Flour-I«t Hi* ;id 14* Us; fine 3d. Its course ditto lls o*l floe 4ih ditto. 9. (hi q, ditto Oil. Wheat' n Me*l It* 12* fid 11 AtnertCNnKluar, t«* 26s (hi hi. Imlian Com . iVI 8* fid per cwl. Dido per barrel (hi Bran £5 Ids per ton. Help

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

24 Oct 1862

Manufacturers. Mavilla, msir Londonderry. May be had in I/ondoudcrry from—Messrs. Reid, Irvine, d Co.; Mr. John Casey; Mr. Robert Hamilton: Mr. Win. Gardiner; Mr. Robert Henderson: Messrs. Robert J, Black Co.; Messrs. George Walker «k Co. RIGHTEOUSNKSS A NATION

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

6 Sep 1861

freight and passage, apply Maconnel d* Laird, IK»X lIUUD » , . * r*-. extensive Winter Purchases. I offer the residue of Summer Stock IIEDUCKD PKirKB, and will make them . XT ~ . St. lueent-strect, Glasgow; Alexaudur Laird d Sou, Mupgrave Patent Cooking Ran

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Donegal Independent

Donegal Independent Donegal, Republic of Ireland

17 Oct 1913

Aodocooa r. Laird Liao- Hi* Uennar Todd doKtorod jadfemat on ndny in tav ou* in John Anti anon. Tietutiio, B>ilf*b«niian, *o*d »*trd l.ino ppinir Co. L'd, ror.mr £3 4* dntn«a*o b>»ob . roo'-rno* nnd d -lny in the dalivofy of t{a*niit> f m*r.» tor Ql -agow

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

14 Oct 1864

eligible in Cabin and Steerage accommodation. A Stewardess attends the Ladies' cabin. For freight and passage. apply to Macomiel & Laird. St. Vincent-street. Glasgow Alexander Laird & Ron, *Greenock: Archd, Thempmn, or Daniel Fell, Portrush and Coleraine;

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Ballyshannon Herald

Ballyshannon Herald Donegal, Republic of Ireland

11 Jul 1862

from such plain English as Mrs. Bean, Mrs. Bear, Mrs. Pig. and Mrs, Pillar. Conventuo'' ihe old familiar designation of church, whence convent,” and “conventicle; all three in plain English, meeting houses yet what young lady, content to shut herself np

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