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3 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Dublin, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1940 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

21 Nov 1942

become an approved method of securing Wide distribution and of promoting sales and popularity of goods. Mr. Stanley Lyon. Mr. P. L. McEvoy and Mr. C. E. McConnell also spoke. £l,OOO VERDICT FOR Spectator's Leader Page Parade ONE has heard so nrichiNf

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Type: Illustrated
Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

9 Mar 1942

report of his estate In Eire. which appeared in Irish Independent of January 24. he also left nlOO to his son. Frank Conan. for distribution among old employes. 150 to his gardener. John Cunningham. end his chauffeur. Edward James. If still in his service;

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Type: Illustrated
Catholic Standard

Catholic Standard Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 Oct 1943

their own essential foods exposed for •ale at prohibitive prices. Charitable lady, who could not be expected to discern the cause! When will ths true Implication of the lairds Prayer.dawn our pseudopatriots, and bring to end the bartering of the Inalienable

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Type: Illustrated