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Irish Times

Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

21 Jun 1906

-coal with the exception Lady Laird Junes, whoso hnaband was tho naval ex- and Mrs. Herman Men vale, whose 'husband was cruelly robbed his “pungs by a defaulting solicitor. In reply Mr. Field, Mr. Reginald Kenna state* that he has been infornud s. the

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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

14 Sep 1889

THE WEEK’S NEWS- Tub PaiNea Walk* arrived lw»V u«w, last week, 'hat to laird u'4 Lady lisuoke. Monday for Lcndon. lie i.bnwwl both Newtown and stabena. The Loan UaToa-iuvr (E. 3. Kennedy. Kxp T.C.V. has given bu order tor state and undrvss liveries to

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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Mar 1887

topic of conrerration KwihetvwhrL House was the engagement Craaborae Lady Alice Gore, Ledy Air lie’s sister and laird Arrau's second daughter, which la highly approved Lord and Lady .Sal -burr. The futun mistress of Hatfield is aaishleand accompli hpd

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Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail

Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Jan 1875

Thrybergh Rectory, pas.. sass an Arun Fallerto. rector of the push and • Mr the W..t Rating. ned 32 Cue-Jthrry 6, at 9 Mulenneh street, Mrs Geo, aged 67 yews. Hass.-Jeiniery 5. the ales, of his father. The 1I•.., Nieto., Captain Harter. late 321a4 Light 1.1.

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Jul 1904

ford, Mr. W. lairds, Mr. G. Satheriandr Mr. 'Forrest, Mr. James Young, Mr. George - Vic. ____------ kers, Mr. C. A. Murray' W. S. F. Lennge, :Arrivals at Kin pen Hord mail Mr. T. Askin, Mr. Gardners and 31saterOnnlatearnms—Lord and lady Alonbrock, Lady

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

11 Mar 1861

Co. Presentation Mr George C. Dunscombe.—A very handsome presentation is about to be made to Mr. George Colthurst Dunscombe, by the tenantry of his father, Nicholas Dunscombe, Esq., D.L., Mount Desert the occasion of his attaining his majority. It consists

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Apr 1893

Mr lkli«ao«*r*. aaed Mr .1 ILalWakr't The Snail, yr* Mr Meetnag e Signaller 11. aeed laird ShaiUabur*'s Prm* c*a. aged Lord Sh*(le«bun’»Thi- Knight. 6 4 0 The FARMER.-.* PLATE 2S ->*•; weiehl (or egn. penaluer. Two miles and half. .lotto Crowe's IV, 5

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Oct 1863

SPEECH OP MR. LAIRD, M.P. An important speech has been delivered by Mr. Laird, M.P., at a meeting held in Birkenhead to present prizes to the successful competitors at a recent rifle contest at Leasome. There was large attendance of Volunteers. On Mr. Laird

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Irish Times

Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

6 Feb 1877

age. About two miles. Entrance 1 -ov. Mr T Dumitts « ch Easter Monday, 4 yra, lOst (J. Nolan) 1 Mr A M Crofton’s b m Annette, 4 yrs, lOst (Mr H. . . 2 Mr M Safi * (nri«n. jn, (Walolie) Mr Kuos’t baindlcr, yrs, list (Aliasck)

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Dublin Daily Express

Dublin Daily Express Dublin, Republic of Ireland

27 Oct 1863

MR. LAIRD AND THE ALABAMA. Mr. John Laird, M.P., in the courae of an addreaa to a Volunteer corns, Birkenhead, on the subject of our national dtfencts and the necessity of improving our llei t, made the following remarks respecting the ships built in

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Dublin Daily Express

Dublin Daily Express Dublin, Republic of Ireland

21 Aug 1902

fell into the water. In Lad struck the aide of the Mp Mr. Martin pmgwmy which deceased was working is tuna fast wide. Juror—There was no pruCectMn. To Mr- Martin-Nothing throw him uff the gangway. Mr Baird, agent of the company, slated that thaw wen* two

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

6 Oct 1898

thee rat pose Verbs, lie t h is Tobias rind Mr. Ids the hair his hob the aid a& Nosed lim Posh% up midi Add he pied sop dor to Mr. was se that for oast tests Mr. 1 kb as it hie oat. It had boo piledso MO his The Pella* MO tad a de& he odd no sod them mirk

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

25 Jan 1907

Ware. 178 Gd to 17s DI: PIVe. ins le Mr Id: . Canadian, 'data winter, 17. ed to 17. laird, Os to 19s Gd. do. No lea Mr ad; °dams sad Naverimirk. Od to 11. SA Maim MORNO-Oalista. arrive. 21. ed; Ls Ma 9d to ed American mired. Ws to %11: Oats (pro 190i

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

21 Oct 1846

Grenada: Mr. Barciav, Mr. and Mrs. Praaer, and three Sent Col T 5,h The attem.onoflhe ofDubl.nand gene- rcn. St VincenS; Major Wilbraham. Dominica - S^« 13 especially ■oviGd to tin, branch L . Captain Murray. Guadaioupi Mr. Mitchiela and Mr. were Eaptam

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Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent

Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

29 Mar 1831

White, Mr*. H. White, Mr*. Colonel Wilmot, Mil. Colonel M‘Donmil. Mr* Colonel Grogan. Mr*. Colonel K>an«, Mr«. Colonel Tnylor, Mi* Colonel Stevenson, Mr*. C. Pntlanil, .Mr*. I'alhof, Mr*. Mollilont, Mr*. Mr*. Uoyil. Mr*. St*('lr*, View article

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Weekly Freeman's Journal

Weekly Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

21 Feb 1885

incensed. The theatrical were equally furious. Mr. denounced ws a traitor his cloth, the detractor of honourable and artistic profession which was profoundly indebted. And yet what after all bad Mr. done His observations would have held true, mutati* mutandif

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Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

15 Nov 1899

roar storied min -.trod his raw Mr see, her ',est warm at his Me. be spoke. apparerstly distr et tie pearti palm aothiag in drummer rowed went te it, Iniang user and erring be My et his being rs odd Kr. P eirce rued the nersawary mono. By light of its

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Dublin Daily Express

Dublin Daily Express Dublin, Republic of Ireland

17 Jun 1903

J MuahfT'a A.lra , liilhrrt 7 Mr J M'i*k»r » Tfawrr Strrngth 7 D-ur PorrUnd'a by or—Wbrrl ~f utour Mr. l< Larahi.io 8 7 Mr Raymr'o .. boat 7 Mr S. Sim-r'. .. Prifd Spartan U«.y t», 7 K Vlaemt'r . It Dav 8 7 Mr 0-.-I M.lkar'. Ladon BmhO 1 R T

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Dublin Daily Express

Dublin Daily Express Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Dec 1881

received 1 is pieiidont of the Ladies’ Land League, , columns of the Ttmtt ilat and mdltmant . ,IU served, lady contraUictiou from the pen L .rd Ardilal . jointure of received nothing and -Mr. felt constrained to express his threo daughters and a approval

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 Feb 1904

reply to hands for years. that on the 27th August ewe was • letter Mr. t hi s lady, said it, could easily be from the plaintiff beariog out with, he Mounseen bow this lady, who had suce an interest see hed said, that a notice of a week was in the Irish Teem

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