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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Mar 1894

Clewed March 14th Mr C I b by —Rowe.. (hi). by (SA) Mr J eh Pavoloo (Sib) Mr J Dobbpia h b) Laird CAM J B Omer'. 1,4. Weed Pisteon Mr J eh (Maio &Thin (51b) Mr J eb t MIS Omagh (SIM Mr H eh e I Mart (Mb) Mr H E b g Bettoulsolo 0.1 b) Mr W 1.1.1& I'. rh

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

29 Nov 1902

himsoll. displaying hi. right roystly moon his old (Vomits and &John, their pitman siseplicity with hi. lavish turelstam of the extvarammee of • date er a mutant of Actuary. Leg Moine ha feet fade yearly vial hone. and Winer cable reported hi. &amen. for New

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

15 Aug 1903

mai Gad hit It i. pleasant to know that Mr. end Mrs. Jolla Billington an to receive the compliant of . hew& matinee. They have bees • Wig tines before the pular, and well deserve to be resmisised in this basics. Mr. Billiesks himself in meaty-Wm, and I

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

10 Dec 1901

she failed he broke her op fortes nk. lie had some Aese his limb as whim be dropped 000,000 is wager, but he hr been • lucky and a pledty gambler, and always seam eat top. The latest attack as his copper began a few weeks age, sad ens of the earliest moves

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

10 Jan 1914

• Raster form the prin. d the popular Mean obese hors met link. Mr. 100 C. illy, • intone. will ern in of Manfeeti. Mr. Lilly blow lila • eery draw ,ad. *winding deli_ miss repeat his pliel•Maltel Privet* Full et lama a net • Aril as. peak i tie pay

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 Dec 1902

le: reed by Mr. (Mama the Amoriatio.;. n which ho narbated Mr. Lanfie of Pecan ta wish on the part d thee Gentler& utliet pin on ho aced pre* Mr. lame the dram of la, eV.* ma a mange to Mr. O'Connell. T 1•• Leader at fir, lighting. bat Mr. friend g a

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

7 Oct 1911

, aprons. 1. Mr. any for o ak'; uisplaa — tinnbA ; Raw Bn• • Row noisy Ina Yo• ' , ma! Mr. (haading out m. 0. tak• two; Ati ••••;Fo, I ud (with yea. ww ate th.a. Autumn Last. will Mr. Caw,ton. (Airs Las! forty la M r and peratringly Mr. Carnpuiti—l'au

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

19 Jun 1911

mine I by oho des leded .snags, Mr. Petrie& sods es order to his Mira oaks tr rimless sympathy a so like Ireland, aid ass male nos are .. that Mr. Lloyd liars. bee fallen into lc: sierelated wpb the ha Mr.. hi Mammas no hi iertbe for etas or (kitty ars

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Mar 1910

Lame. DCNMATEN, 3 rm. tat 411 I 'Mr. C. Ribber . * ASSAYER, by Ashford- • *PCPs! United V. Laff•r•oli• Maids., 4 1111.5. 1 lady de Sooty. 6 ye, 10112 _Fel • I n o .. „,____., ~. Lord M. LtiCllB. • yam. 744 4:1 Mr Mama, • yea, TM Mb leer. . . A. Eason

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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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Irish Times

Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Feb 1883

DMd, . triMpbiat »• o( d«v Hir Ch*rlf. Kprtoa, tori Bloke, Mr Smith, CBrioo. Tho tart had for ForlioiaatKT vottaa Fonooll .hi Pomr. got • giorttof from hi. party. Tho tmpriao&meofe ot Mr Hrttr «oo jot t» troth (or dtacnaaloo by the report of tho Chief

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Mar 1915

(returned unopposed). Vire-Chairman—Mr. J. Guerin (unopposed). Treasurer—Mr. E. Jackson (unopposed). Registrar-Air. J. ltvan (unopposed). Secretary—Mr 1). O'Connell, 65 votes) Mr. C. Rolland. 52. So rode nn.: !h. • leo ler. ShAlloglns, but :NEVER gone A•r

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

19 Mar 1907

ll:;marril P rZver ° 7(A !d M . romb H home rad C. hi UMW Onto Dobbs philiHWlTltt from Mr. Valli (Arr. trvio 411 v Ihr Oars time la W Or. XO.a 4641 d tak , Woo rod moot twin-dot. rotiono lo I molest Ina 3.41 I« Mr c,.,L0ry • r. rd OW 33 Tobot 545 0.4.1.8

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Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

11 Jan 1899

MR. GRAHAM WISHES, TO CAUTION INTENDING O.F. KELLY& C° MAKERS DUIMIN CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS WHERE TO GO BY DUBLIN THE HERALD NAG THE LARGEST CIRCULATION AM Is Road AM koTtcas. 4 reamed Gros View article

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

12 Nov 1902

SANTLET. J . b. Romeo Solo VI011:11 : : Joss Mwooroll,Tor - LADY HALLE. Rained Wlrammo, Eon Dr. DOM.. 4 lkolePissetan. • Mies ADRIA VERNE. 1 Aeromponiet-Mr. F. T. WATKIS. Mr. [may Oir ,of -Mr. JOIN BORA N. CHOSUIS OP 300 VOICES. rirkr ji ' g.l . I emobooter

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

27 Aug 1910

Muir write tenhed 1 . by Gage ..acid be Mr. Jan Leon R. Dublin, dr ' dd. showing • dad saving Cain. in oil hie H. 31. CIA • by A. Ter *coed • lir Me* 11**e. be*n ower . Si.' Mr. C awarded UT. third Sir Merlin. Mr. by Snead es: 1 Ander.% by Bieck ?abhor

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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 May 1888

agreed to keep tho young laird's secret as well Rob ; for Rob reminded him had mode solemn promise do so, and tlmt would never have told his brother, except that Tam had beard Rob rambling on in his sleep about the poor lady's dying shrieks, and hsd laid

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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 May 1886

Minister and Madame D’Autas, the Baron Pinedo, Lady Frances Trevaoion, Childers, Sir F. and Lady Seymour, Mr and Mrs Beatty-Kingston, Lady Hampton, Lady Cunningham (Louisa), Mrs Kennard, Lotd and Lady Thutlow. Madame Martinez d’Os, and Madame Almonte

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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Jul 1896

of ** Laird Brothers, Birkenhead. toast was heartily honoured. The Chairman, Mr William Laird, replied, and expressed hut acknowledgments. Mr Watson then proposed The London and North-Weitern Railway. He sketched in outline the connection his company

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Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current

Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current Dublin, Republic of Ireland

27 Apr 1860

Majestic; Mr. J. W. Harden, Judge of the Birkenhead County Court; Kev. A. Knox, Mr Harilniftn Earle, Captain V. King, of the Oiton and Claughton Rifle Company; Mr. John Stewart. Mr. Jame, Holme, Mr. J. Bcazh y, Mr. G. H. Uorafall, &c. Mr. John Laird occupied

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