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  • County: Down, Northern Ireland
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
  • Type: Illustrated

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

26 Dec 1891

Never had such • craving seized him before ; but his hopelessness, his despair, seemed to be turning his heart to stone. He was reckless—madl With his teeth set hard, and a wild look in his eyes, he had his hand upon the swinging door, when a child's plaintive

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

20 Jul 1889

celebrated GOOD MORNING! Have eon used AND DISCOUNT BANK. W. LAIRD YOUR OWN HAIR PELEE' 3NEGALL STREET, BELFAST, GOOD MORNING! Sap? Private Loans to all Claws, with- SPECIAL. HAS PLEASURE IN INFORMING HIS CUSTOMERS THAT HE IS NOW MOUNTED IN showing the Lana Novelties

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

23 Jan 1869

what would ! then be Mr. Laird’s feelings and wishes? Would a new treaty of peace and friendship with his Govem- me nt bind him more than the old one did ? If Mr. Johnson imagines that he was sent to England to make peace with Mr. Laird, he is gravely mistaken

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

10 Oct 1891

WI sod Mr. B. Harsh Tire pressoted, ems by Mr. ea. Wit ether by Lewis, we line row were given by Mr. Robed and Mr. Nelson. norms we sent by :—low. Richardson, Mrs. lavetY, Wm Winder, Miss Jones, Miss Polka, Mica J. Ritchie, Mrs. Gwynn*, Mrs. Gillespie

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

16 Jan 1897

reds.. a Mr Wren Wird per ▪ bra door. Ira Or as rru a O a., prim lb. rill r, d WO elm Mr Is err ▪ M. ao• ab. mien Ora at mere. ray Werner.. ab. Orin. res.. &SI .1 WYK bags a • .W Or bp ember e.. delis er e. a a 11.. roilr elan, ask bra r ▪ Mr Er L air

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

19 Jul 1879

itaggie's age, end a vate Bete baths eseellent Lady of Ards. I have no doubt she g et his leirefibip po interfere, sad have your grandangkter free. Aye, jest eome wi' the niktress Lucy to Dunover, Mr. Patton, turgid Mr. Wilson. 'a but a walk of ten minutes,

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

17 Nov 1888

have had to come under the Pharmacy Act. ♦ deputation consisting of Sir Jaw. H Hulett, Mr J W Rankin, Mr Jolla Shaw, of Belfast t and Mr S B Boyd, Mr J Brooks, and Mr J IVNeight, of Dahlia. were over in Loudon using their best efforts for amending the Bill

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

25 Apr 1874

and Lady Adelaide rode out together. It wag late before they mturned, and Orville, wearied with the mines of his day at home, retired early to pillow. Hie slumber was disturbed by dreams • be arose in the morning tame. a bushed and uneasy in his mind

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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

18 Jan 1894

Atom*- police atatod that Mr Cofaara Idfca his way into the theatre. baraaß-ezaaioatwa, it waa elicited that Mr Cehara wae aafarin* from aaaae of iojuatiea. He had baaß allowed to perform at the theatre according to non tract. Mr Cobam waa boo ad over to

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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

10 Nov 1874

students alioold cbobee Mr. Forator it will be for very different reasons. it' not University man bat aeitber indeed. i»’ Mr. Disraelt,; and sinee such men Mr. Mill, Hr. Qrute, Mr. Cobden, Mr. Blight, Ptofeseor Huxley, end Mr. Herbert Spencer, Were' iill

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

22 Oct 1898

lot of human kind?' ..b or riot.. of or right hand frond. Mr. Arthur Bello., chore. Mr. Millar on the hr. moo 3n. tot *tit .. • c . v .. , . ant. the Lady Mayon= Mr. Th.. , 'orb.: BUT THU*: ARE OREATER EVILS First Lod a the Tre•toun..

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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

13 Jan 1894

opinion in the trade that SCOTLAND. will eMh receive, wtaMr*s ojrtiofli, Lady aor a Premier When toad faao no more yon ass. Parke Haltoo oo his knees the door there should be resident lady inspector io MIDDLESEX, KENT, aad SURREY. Safety Cyctr, with Daalop

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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

14 Nov 1885

sipping his eofiee, and running his eyes over BOON half-dozen letters. Apparently most of them are bills, since they drop from his band as soca as they are scanned. The last one, as it so happens, arrests his attn. Lion for some momenta, and his brow decidedly

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

10 Oct 1891

her room, and in heart she mingles once and again with her father's congregation. She can hear his voice in the prayer, his pleading in the sermon, and his benediction ►t the end. And she feels that this rich blessing is a foretaste of heaven begun below

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

15 Sep 1888

down very much. Mr wY suqrieed at Mr Moore's remarks, .hen actually the Newtownarde people thought he going wrong by striking too high • rate. Mr btors—l think I am jolt is conservetire the rates r yoo. Mr MeaDoes—l don't think you are. Mr Parr maid there

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Downshire Protestant

Downshire Protestant Down, Northern Ireland

27 Jul 1855

Bill this session? i £ present action was brought. The plaintiff's cose was Mr. J. BALL answered in the affirmative, believing : .* Hj i roved Mrs. Parnell, who went keep Mr. A lino |>s that some abuses had l>een discovered, but he was not in bouse at

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Downpatrick Recorder

Downpatrick Recorder Down, Northern Ireland

3 Jul 1858

him as much the stroke; besides, one sharp cut about his legs will affect him more than two three over his hack, the skin the inner part of his legs about his Hank being thinner, more tender, than »■ his back. But not whip him much. Everything vie want teach

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Newry Herald and Down, Armagh, and Louth Journal

Newry Herald and Down, Armagh, and Louth Journal Down, Northern Ireland

18 Dec 1861

with the prospect of crowning thrir victories by adding Canada to Texas. ,0f course Mr. Seward knows better than this, and so do Mr. Lincihi and Mr. Chase. So does Mr. Adams over here. the hundreds of well informed and travelled gentlemen in Boston. So

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Newry Herald and Down, Armagh, and Louth Journal

Newry Herald and Down, Armagh, and Louth Journal Down, Northern Ireland

4 Dec 1861

called upon toperform, but ho was compelled to it acting under orders. It is stated that while Mr. Slidell was in his cabin with Mrs. Sliddl, arranging his private papers, foe., the first lieutenant of the San Jancinto endeavoured to force the cabin door

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

28 Jan 1899

of the rem . Mr rao-Mr. S. K. Arlie Appals, Mr ell the pro of prawn in tbe coustry. It me 'ran • .. . 4 . O IPP mt.' I elem.! in the seer or. °l '''' k .. t° t. ' th. eM. Wh . ' Mei of the Panne.' Arra. Mr. Jao 71 rarY• Mr J. J. giekrth

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