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9 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Down, Northern Ireland
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Illustrated

Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

1 Jan 1839

sauUqgl|klooks on his far-gathered store; Nor dream? that the path of his sunshine is brief— From (he ripe of the grain to the sear of the leaf; That soon o’er hi* shieling the storm shall prevail. And the snows of the Winter rest deep in his vale. Buat-strocl

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

6 Oct 1829

artist, remarkably striking were his ordinary attitudes. Andrew Gemmells had little of the cant of his calling; his wants were food and shelter, or trifle of money, which he always claimed, and reemed to receive, his due. He sung good song, told good

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

12 Sep 1834

are in good repair; the Premises are not subject to any ground rent. lor further particulars, apply Mr. CHAS. OTIAGAN Courtney Hill House, ; or to Mr. ANTHONY GOSSAN, No. 43, Boat-street, Newry. Liverpool and \ewry. ® Ip, JAMES O'HAGAN, Commander, lyfriLL

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

26 Jul 1834

and repulsive faults. His unfeeling rudeness to others ; his sensitive non-endurance contradiction himself, were scarcely pardonable moral failures. His childish jealousy was a contemptible littleness; his superstition was fully; his pedantic pomp was often

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

8 Feb 1834

world, condor of the address his Majesty. His the most haUleis. Thc enormous wealth of thc late Wm. Mellish, Esq., of Dover-strect, will, it is supposed, come into the possession of his two daughters and co-heiresses. Lady Edward Thynne and Misa Mellish

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

25 Nov 1835

Forrester hounds on Ihursdaj. and pursued a bard day shooting on Fridsy, apparently his usual health. On Saturday morning, when his servant entered his bedroom, he found his Lordship labouring us evident and alarming indisposition. No lime was lust aummoningthe

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

27 May 1834

IDh June. Tuesday, 17th June. 21»t June. ALSO, FROM HULL TO GOTTENBURGH, the superb, Capt. Haydon, AND THE CORNU HI A, Capt. Ward, With his Majesty’s Mails, every WEDNESDAY. Fare in Cabin—Hull to Gollcnburgh, £5 5 0 80. on Dealt, FROM LONDON TO TOPSHAM

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

28 Sep 1842

The idea of the ahoved into It, to make room in spring for Mr. SmltVld the College, bhs been spoken of, and pacifying off Mr. Litton with thn Rceordership, But ty no sort of diplomacy can Mr. T. B. Smith become fMfrir for Onfovaine, Trashy* terian co

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

30 Nov 1839

conviction of hi* thoughtful consideration for the good of his Tenantry. We cannot forget, however, your constant readiness to be the channel of eororounicating our wishes his Lordship, or your great anxiety to carry out, the best and wisest plans, his Lordship's

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