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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

12 Feb 1868

When laird John Browne retires from the representation of Mayo. Mr Valentine O'Connor Blake, who has considerable landed property in the county, will otfer hlmsclffor elcctiou. Mr Blake is advanced Liberal. A Royal decree has been issued dissolving the

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

19 Feb 1846

itself upon entering her humble abode. There was the missing Laird se ited comfortably in an arm chair, with his little grandchild on his knees, and Gracy nestling fondly at hi- feet, holding his withered hand in both of hers. The men withdrew in silence

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

12 Apr 1849

must have his proxy there; and the increased csigencies of Colonial affairs have dragged that proxy into unexpected prominence. Mr. wa* lending inhabitant of Lambeth; then Member for his native place, and rather formidable mere Whig Ministers from a certain

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

2 Feb 1853

observed, than in the laird's general conversation, and which rendered her lime valuable to the inmates and visitors of Uaverse.ha-lea, was the laird’s to the stud* Ins foil,, Ireks ’ Mrs Jeau sometimes sarcastically deno“u.ted his political exercilalions

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

11 May 1900

manager, the Rev Mr Merrell, for his Madame, atteetion, and smog t during the year; to their kind friend Mr Jamince ter two special prises of 10. each; to Mrs Jamison and Mir Miller for two special priese . of 104 each ; to another lady of theslayer ion

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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

10 Nov 1885

s•ISOre wrayed ale sislosiset estemas inigi slatt sse yomea. Os Os .se.. of Mr serandled by Me Oliffiesoe tlieid.d of IN pe. *ere see ahem doelesei Mr Inlay thee move.l. end Mr essesisa. Yet Ilia retwiog direeto“..1111•11111. Mane Pin* H. /..r. 1L.I111•1

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

27 Nov 1849

volcanic crater. his way home, he came naturally enough the conclusion, that Helm Crag itself was extinct volcano. At the dinner-table produced this piece lava as proof conclusive of his amazing discovery The authority of a Professor fresh from his laboratory

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

10 Jul 1847

Mackenzie, of Woodville. His son, father, joined the rebels in IT4o, and was. inconsequence, disgraced and ! disowned bv his parents. Old his father, died shortly after without leaving will, and Ilia estate was claimed by his factor. Angus Stewart, who

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

29 Jun 1836

Had been in the habit of seeing Mr. and Mrs. Norton since the marriage; they appeared to live affectionately. Cross-examined the Attorney-Gene-al—Visited Mr. and Mrs. Norton at Storey's Gale ; they had three children ; Mrs. Norton war. very fond ficr children

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County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard

County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard Down, Northern Ireland

10 May 1907

Scotland. exchanged this world for that other. which his daughter describes as the Land o' the Leal. He was true to his King, to his brethren in arms. and to his God. In a letter of I'iB7 Gask forbids his eons ever to claim the Strowen inheritance, their

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Downpatrick Recorder

Downpatrick Recorder Down, Northern Ireland

16 Feb 1856

lielfast, Mr. I.nnvon; the late Mr. Farrell and son; Slijjo. Mr. W. |>eane IJutler; Mullingar, Mr. Mulvans ; Haliinasloe, Mr. Kempster; Killarney, Sir Thus. Iti ane; Cork. Mr. Atkins; Kilkenny, the late Mr. | i’apworth; and iliehmond, Mr. Murray. Deputations

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Downshire Protestant

Downshire Protestant Down, Northern Ireland

20 Nov 1857

snu m* Buior—U I* said the Finitemr has es|*re»ed his displeasure several ladies . f tl-c court rooccruing the tot'ling mm.'iirs which have been circulated with regard to the aim. fount Moniv and his bride from <*\io»p;cgrie, wlncii have .u.mV. .1

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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

17 Aug 1901

ber fondly; his happiness wu se great at finding Freda, tooling.. be maid not conceal his sign • the idea IMP ateunt and impomitiler be declared—with some vehemence Good !--then the matter is decided, and my cam science cleared. - replied Mr. Plunkett

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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

3 Feb 1877

erees•welk+, his face had become familiar to many of the panerwby. The clergyman asked him if any one had called on him during his aicknees. .0 yes, replied the boy. Mr. Gladstone came to see Mr. Glad• nose! exclaimed the rector, what Mr. Uladstane

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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

29 Nov 1904

VISIT OF MR. JOHN DILLON, M.P. Mr. Join Treanor moved that an address of welcome be presented to Mr. John Dillon. M.P.. on the fle(M01013 of his visit to Near) on the 12th of I)ecember, and that a small commit. tee, committing of the Chairman and Mr. M'Caffery

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Downshire Protestant

Downshire Protestant Down, Northern Ireland

19 Jul 1861

_ f., shall not the Orange la.lie-. days when a king was not ashamed aeknowlo t iat the ladies thi* room. wl..«e he.uu an- true to God was the Con* vxor.K of his Inval and roval army. 1 ), pH-.ciples Or.-. ngrivn, have doubt,a# arc There i. need dwell

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

16 Jul 1830

Pa^r. Mr. Horne, of the Chancery Bar, has ''Mn appointed Attunvey-iicncral, and Mr. J. William,, .I. ■ lc tor-General to her Majesty. HIS LATE MAJESTY GEORGE IV. At two o’clock Saturday afternoon the Royal Coipse was placed in the slate coflin. His Roval

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

26 Aug 1834

Alt HI AGES the Rev. John Irvine, of Drumhanagher, Mr. William Lockhart, Anahcila, eldest daughter Mr. Samuel Graham, of Mullaghglass. the 22d inst., the Rev. John Irvine. Drumlnnagher, Mr. Robert Kirk, to Faiiliful, daughter of the late Mr. James White

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

2 Jul 1915

armoured to avoid do had not even warned his parents of his horns-coming. He was soon the cit 7 to Kingsbeidue in a motor car, sod at the station was immediately samoundsd by admbers. all anxious to shake his hand. - Ws hard Ilar, bit rid, to have to

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

28 Nov 1840

always bad bad eyes.’ * Youalways end your stories where you ought have begun, Mr. O’Flannagan.* • Well, well, n’t be speaking now—l saw the green door opened, and a ladylady, for there was mistaking the dress descended to the street. ! murder, murder

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