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  • County: Dublin, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Illustrated

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Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent

Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 Jul 1830

parties without favor ingeith'r. _ , , „ ~ Hi* Majesty next visited his German dominions. toe Istof October made his public entry into Hanover. his suite were rejiortcrs from the journals of the metropolis commemorate his progress and reception. Everywhere received

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The Pilot

The Pilot Dublin, Republic of Ireland

2 Jan 1829

and separate from Sir. O'Connell’s private account. Xb»t Mr. O’Connell anthorlaed the . ehMOM of the lecre.ary the new Association, Mr. D iv- 1-y other drafts whatsoever the account t>iprenlv .h.« Mr. O'C the one ,tllin «' ,nti * M: r r„* Tl-nt h« m ver

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Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent

Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 Sep 1835

isauaNK and hi« bride have left London for Wales. Viscount Hnon completed hi* Sid year on the Xfith, and Viscount Caati.rmaivk his nth year on the nit. Lady Batksov and family have arrived Newcastle. Castlewellan, from Belvolr Parit, Belfast. Lady has arrived

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

10 Jan 1827

ft k- •. .inn his extraordinary merit, .however, does not cause any anxiety at Lisbon, of his earn.np, which might rrake ,h. attempt ycur arrest, w.thwhom ,t.s sworn you had man, fill the h.gh situation sshtch h.s extraordinary me . the ce ie libh

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Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail

Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Mar 1833

atollub, Mr. I.ey.snil Mr. r.ye Mr vnPK«. Mr. Put, Mr. P.LU.Aye, Colonel pn'nnel* Cuvlrh, Major SrFHiENsnN. Sir William Gossett, Tuvll, Dr. Mueeat, CalitAin Henet, He. The Countess of Uatiiuow.t lias arrived U> toirn from CharieviUe, ° f OEukoF. Bf.esseoed

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Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent

Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 May 1835

Bruce, l ady Scott, Mrs I’aitct, Mrs. Strickland, Mr. Araiitt, Colonel York, Private Secretary, Captain Paget, A.D.C., Captain I iddell, \.D.C. Hi waiting. The Karl of lias taken a reaktence ot Kingstown. Lord and Lady Vkmvov, in his Lordship’s yacht the

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The Pilot

The Pilot Dublin, Republic of Ireland

2 Jul 1830

were at K,!!t this moment, his Majesty attunnt.Hi . faintly ejaculating, « Girf 1“* - after the intervention of two iK.^,.! * ■' tiered the following words, which his expiring condition his ftUl sensation, so as to - shoulder his Majesty’s head had fallen

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

12 Jan 1827

Windsor Park, take his Majesty's ha a brought A to hear upon them, (h, devolved by office, hud directed Mr. Mash in The danger, and drops blood ICELAND MOSS JELLY, for Coughs, Colds, Hoarse the funeral of hi* late beloved Lr. Mr. j le f the river, Ibo

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Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent

Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 Mar 1834

Captain Alaslle. Mr. BougrUey, Mr. Levett. Mr. Brandreth, Captain Bolton, Mr. Berner*. Mr. IRatkin, Mr. and Mrs. Biishe, Cajdain and j Mrs. Bowden. Mr. and Mrs. Blaekall, Mr. Burke. Mr Bowles, View article

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Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent

Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

8 Oct 1836

him die » Said I Heard his last drunken cry— I saw hint die ' Who cauerht his blood I, said long Jon, the muddy flow— I caught his blood. Who’ll make his shroud > I, said aw PAaaai L taka part in. I’ll make his shroud. Who’ll die his grave I, said fluke

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 Apr 1839

family. Lord and Lady Canterbury wive sumptuous entertainment their hotel in the Rue Nuve des Capuchins, Paris, on Thursday evening, to the Karl and Countess Elgin, Lord and Lady Lvndhurst. Lord and Lady Aylmer, Lord Fitzgerald and Vcscy. Lady Warremler, the

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Dublin Morning Register

Dublin Morning Register Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Apr 1829

seas gone ; her mister was Wing the ground, his face partly covered by blanket; he was quite dead, and his body was cold ; his nose was bent one side, his lips black, and there was blood-marks upon his face. His coat, waistcoat, and hat -ore gone. It appeared

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 Jul 1830

editions of his work Mr. fll the poor. Bat bar, from tbeofficeof the Parliamentary Rccoids of Ireland CarUffk G. Rochester N. Kuowlys ,Recorder. At ten o'clock on Friday night his Majesty appearing inclined to Beckford frequently alludes Mr. Gilbert (though

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Dublin Observer

Dublin Observer Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Aug 1833

fell into his hands. It was then his troubles begait. The same notification which announced his succession, also gave him to understand that the peasantry of the district were violently prejudiced against him, no doubt through the influence of his vindictive

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

6 Jul 1844

al; Mr. T. B. C, Smith, Attorney- I General for Ireland 11. Mr. Napier, and Mr. Smily. The following are the nann* the defendants’ counsel: Sir Thomas Wilde, Mr. M. D. Hill, Mr. Fit/.roy Kelly, Mr. Sergeant F. S. Murphy, Mr. Charles Crompton, Mr. David

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Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent

Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

29 Nov 1836

a-side—between Mr. Bodkin’s b. g. Governor, aged, half-bred, rode owner, and Mr. Robertson's hi. g. Highlander, aged, thorough bred, (rude hy owner)—won Governor. Second Match - between .Mr. h. in. The Duchess, 6 yrs. otn, (rode by Mr. BodkioA and Mr. Barker's

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Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent

Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Aug 1832

BIRTHS. At his country residence, St. Johnstown, co. Longford, the lady of Mr. Peter DonoUoe. of Ahbey-street, Dublin, daughter. Aug. 15, at Elm-park, co. of Limerick, the Right Hon. Lady Glaring, of a son. August IS, in Aongier street, the lady of Mr. James

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Dublin Monitor

Dublin Monitor Dublin, Republic of Ireland

19 Mar 1839

ahaU have them all. The .Slarouis Londonderry and a lady lately honored Mr. Amongst th, order given to his grace Uiui* .Wilt., and Mrs. M ade, of the Bridge Inn, Stockton, with rnom- worth 50,000/. Lady Elizabeth in her nineteenth year, call. The noble

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Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent

Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Oct 1832

Viscoant Dillon, who lately succeed*d to his title sod estates, to tha amount M.aaal. per annum, la ha united to tb* bcaatifal Mlsa SToaav, near relative of the BAaixae. Hi* Lordship has left London for Cheltenham, Lady Elisabeth Tollsmachk la about sail for

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The Pilot

The Pilot Dublin, Republic of Ireland

27 May 1829

accompanied Mr. f.hauner and his prisoner into Ballina-doe, where Mr. Chauner brought the prisoner to his own house. The process-server had then remain outside Mr. bouse from ten the morning until eight ulght. was refused admission into the house of Mr. Chauner

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