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Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

30 Mar 1895

the 29th. Mrs limy Riernao, at 7 St Havin's road, on Mr George Weal», at New Park Wood. on the 27th. Mr Thomas O'Dea. M 15 Widdsoi terries. on the 29th. Mr Patrtek Salary. MXillnean. on the 29th. Mr Pierce Berrenott New Boss, on the 29th. Mrs Margaret

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

9 May 1908

coogmtulating him upon his arcing as Brooke's mice es vak ea his recent escape from areassination. 117 the way, inning. name 'Gustavus was apparently • mod Toward. the clam of his career when the of heirloom in the Decoke family. n Mrs. craving for drink

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Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Jul 1987

of Our Lady al the Wayside. Bluebell. arriving Herald Classifieds 7274 DEATHS pottoci (Palmerstown and late of Tiree) lul) 23. 1957 (suddenly) at his residence, William Topping, belosed husband of Doreen (nee Campbell); deePIY regretted by his loving

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

2 Nov 1899

mombera of the Irish'House of ChraaMM. Grinding Henrv Fitzgerald, Mr. Isaac COl7, Mr. [Charles O’Xe.ll, Charles 1 and others. On the the Duke of Rutland, then Lo»d Lieutenant, and his I lady were present . . , . The Attic Theatre was opened 1787, and it

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

29 Oct 1908

Se lb. Pars?. to A. Oared Clear • drag* Mr. W. Widnes Eamaul. 704 IN ~ , Mr. 0 lialdisars tenths 77 . I A. doer re, ar. Toeses Crass Gas • W. Led Wirtsares Reek. 71b I' r. B. Dadra Thy IL, at 11th .t i ll I • Mr. W. filly, opt I sea HALM Xis Weds. Thadiliehis

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The Evening Freeman.

The Evening Freeman Dublin, Republic of Ireland

25 Jan 1860

coufidencs in Mr. Henneasy’s political honesty (loud cheers). feel enured that will honourably adhere his promises, and that be will devote his great talent# that most honourable of all ambitions—the good of his native (continued cheering). But should Mr. Bennessf

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

10 May 1913

ioditideal, he a Catholic or his empathise's - 6W w they teethed down and hieing. Mr. Too. 1t5, who wee stated bays glove mien net te employ Catholics, bed sot has pre. duce& and Mr. Militias. sibs woo seers bare said that if hi. cars brother • Catholic

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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 Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

21 Nov 1891

widowed mother to emo hi share of his father's property, and with the ethedence. mew, and courage which 0-, ru t wad parcel of the man, went with his young wife,* the west mast of South America. He be. era that there he could forgo his a the front. What

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Irish Times

Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Nov 1904

. 0 Mr. 1.. <|r lU4h..M® uJ «.h J. “rail - Mr. T. Wnrl.m'F Ihinm*. frt !>l». .. wkiiM-rp \thairtl V. Mabry 0 Mr. J. f. JrUd.U.-Simun*!Ua. 5I(. I taut 0 Mr. 11. c. by Aai.icr4t-»tyrhi. . Mr. Tarntrinins Sojrrhn-, 7.4 Sib ha*by 0 Mr. J.

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Weekly Freeman's Journal

Weekly Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Feb 1892

him. The host wont t«» cupboard and brought out battered coffee pot and a spirit lamp, while his guest, with cigar in his mouth and languid interest in his eye, examined the book case. You Jiav« Byron’s works her®, I see. * Harold seems to have boon

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

14 Sep 1878

upportable. ter. 111.4 h. B.L, lestreeted by Mr. Dodgem, appealed tae mat cd kin wed Yr. Voile op pimp ler Mr. the Wimp, to. the diddle to width doomed hawed. lir. Phillip Cabe woo peempt dead the i. }ay lodes his. swum The Creamer odd they twee ewe torthot

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Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Mar 1897

nosaal pant to Mr iota the emellea Palmed by_ Mr W. se to as law. vim Mt Muds. a Ye set, that Realism hems mina* el We novo. seat Dr Jima, Sdirdase Med a the Ow adesirde Imps repined la taneway. I treat into his study • la bald tire MIS (Mr I raw IWA ear

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

5 Jul 1898

liar* that Laird he. adrotel lin Islamist presPerat Ore Union. and for confining his this prat to the that abase has been incialeulablr Orr than that of Engird. Tour genuine Irish parr war adonis Lief there is anything at all he said for his coreare cw

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

23 Nov 1907

PfrOffi forty year.. In tha land of his adoption. both h . A I ; at Covent Damian- and the rutoada all an' 'as a contractor and tumor, Mr. livighlan ' I Mr. Is ili:n „rot t'.: doubtedly be thronged by musical Dubliners laird • high aortal pa.ittoo, and living

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Irish Times

Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

10 Jan 1882

N.B.—LADIES’ DINING ROOM. JOHN HUTTON k SONS. COACH BEE TOE QUEEN, His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, His Lord lien tenant, llMtammer hOl, and 3 Daweon iireol. Dnblm, Carriages efvy deserintion oneaie, can hired for one year, wita optiono| rcaaae

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

17 Feb 1917

leather of his right Awe on his old friend Bob Avery, who ar ' in an instant, slot nos consent been asked so undertake the names of Spencer's boot, tripped a scene of exciteme this important battle. job. Since his defeat by Phil Sump hi m • i n his fi ght

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

15 Feb 1868

and Mrs. Quinlan. Mra. __ „„ Cullagh; Mr. and Mrs. BobatD. Ba . M Richard g„ K i. H. Barry. Mr,, Wum» Mr. Gardiner, Dr. and Miss Monk. in pespard. fieglmont ; Mr. and Mrs. Wood , Thunder Lady Fitzgerald, Miss Peters. Mrs. . Captain (2). and Mr. Thunder;

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Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

15 Oct 1925

Daily News. Sandow's Grip. I raw Sandow several times iu his music hall days, and was so impressed by him that I actually bought his exerciser and used it. To me his most impressive teat was not his spectacular stunts with cavalry horses mid Lif.muardsmen

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

17 Jun 1780

THOMAS HEATH, at his China, Glaft, and Earthenware Houle, No. 28, Femplcbar, within two doers of Anajcfea-Stveet, returns his lincere thanks the public iu general lor their encouragement his conimciicement in liulinefs; and thinks it his duty to acquaint

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