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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

2 Jun 1911

Murdock. Mr. and Mrs R. Mitchell, Mr and Ms. J. M'Alpin, Mrs M'Alpin, Mr. John Mao- Cullough, Mr and Mrs. M'Dowell, Mr. Mrs. and Miss Mrs Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. M'Oonnell, Mr A. and Miss Moore,

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

26 Sep 1902

way to his library, • place ethane. ably adapted. as Captain Bilford subsequently erearlied, for • Court of Inquiry. When they were seated Mr. Londal, without giving either of the others time to open the promeetings, fixed his keen grey eyes on Mr. Rorke

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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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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

30 Jan 1937

Marshall. as e Betty Wilma, Mr. Henry Red- F riresent- way and Mr. Henry A geiwral NEWTOWNARD9I. : Magadan. Maim Council vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. NOTHING TOO SMALL, NOTHING 100 and, It J. Laird, seconded by Mr. Ernest I Nen Dbtriaa A t th

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

12 May 1916

to Mrs. Peacocks a token of their affection and setetons The watch—a very handeosse eloseimeri of the goldsmith's art, sainted by Mr. Wm. Pollock. Bangor—was handed to Mrs. Peacocks amid epplaare, and Mrs. Peacocks read her reply as follows: Lady Daerin

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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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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

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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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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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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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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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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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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Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer

Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer Down, Northern Ireland

10 Feb 1900

Committee—Mr &swain., Mn MI, Conway. Mos. Mrs, Mr. W. S. Juror.. Mn R. Mea M. H. Walker. ben. T. H. Lavers. Whether. Mrs. Mrs. Wright, Mr Mn Rolm.. We. T. Iltrontek. Work Dodd—Mr Jarmo. leer Derr Allen. Mrs. Bathe. N K. Moral. Mao D. Mr. Jars Cner. Mr Mrs

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

3 May 1919

oneanisieJona Mr. Andrews said bei would have great pleasure in conveying that recommendation to the committee. ii , 7;;JOn of Mr. W. S. Cogan, seconded by Mr. J. Chile, the following were appointed members of the Clattr Unionist Council: Mrs. Dunharßuller

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North Down Herald and County Down Independent

North Down Herald and County Down Independent Down, Northern Ireland

13 Jan 1923

Finance, that he found he would he elate to be with its to-night. Wo are mold of Mr. Rollick as a man brother of that good lady. Mrs. Setweeven whose litiettend, the late Mr John MASeekap. was Tong the bade• or muntrioal life and progress in the town. The

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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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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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County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard

County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard Down, Northern Ireland

16 Jun 1911

Newtownards; 'Mrs. R. B. Christie., Newtownards; 'Mrs. Conway. Newtownerds•, Mrs. J. Hill-Dickson, Bally. :tmes; Mrs. W. Dunn, Newtownarda: Mrs. William Finlay. Sraview; Miss Finlay. Mrs. Wm. Henry. Newtown. and 'a. J. S. Henry, Newtownards; 'Mies Harris

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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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