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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

28 Mar 1854

and Mr. I'atrick Power ; Mr. 1 icroe F !‘s^[al signed a document security for the supper; the order was given the morning before the l»lUng day; Dr-Chns tian made a present of his vote; he 'or Mr Maguirc at desire; the supper was paid for by Mr. Doland

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Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent

Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

27 Feb 1855

had been obtained, the present cause petition was instituted. Mr. Sergeant Christian and Mr. Sherlock appeared as counsel for the petitioner. The Attorney-General, Mr. Hayes, Q-C-, and Mr. Grier, for the respondents. The Lori* granted the prayer of the

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Irish Times

Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 Mar 1907

apvarda Mr. J. J. Reilly’s Briar Bush, o Mr. i. C. Kelly's Lady Mantua, aged. Mr. L. F. Byrne’s Royal Lassie, aged. Mr. J C. Gibson’s SalTren. aged. Mr. Andrew Carroll’s Red laws, yrs. Mr. M. Nolly’s Luna, yrs. Mr. Felix Byrne’s Stella 5 yrs. Mr. Felix

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

23 May 1891

d'Or 13 Mr W P Oreen6ll4 Blue Pet., b 12 Mons 3 101 Mr Ninen,ny 8 Mr Wynn-wt. Cominv,try 7 Lord Roneltn's Prompt 1 1 Mr Kelndlit F. , rvo , nt , ur 3 13 Die Colline“ 3 13 Mr Oreenall's 3 10 Wallace* cby Mier—Pluebe 3 10 Mr Hardee Number One Mr Meteprice'e

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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

9 May 1891

to see the tearasmenta in which engaged chess with Mary Wincott. His strategy was by uo means good we may hope it had been in the days of his military youth. Partsps thought more of his opponent than was quite compatible with the confidsnee in hie own

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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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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

22 Nov 1902

black, the very second he bad concluded, held cut his bsod.tor sixpence, and upon the coin being ssfused him,evidently considered that hid not spoken his piece fast enough, for called another member of his tnbe, saying, he pushed him forward, * This fallow

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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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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

7 Apr 1888

try to help him. Mr* Conway-Hopa, he said, raising his voice and addressing that lady, who tornad swiftly round, what do you think of the last new materialist idea ? The conversation that followed was satisfactory them bath. Mrs Cunway-Hope rushed

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Jan 1915

Weettorreock (Mr I'. Dunne MIMS (Hr T. Nolan) Hunter AGRAR (Mr T. Nolan) curious ANNIE (hr T. Nolan) Hunker PJTK MORE (Mr 7. J. ?whiniest Mr Perkin= NATIONAL VOLUNTEER Olr 3.'7. Putnam) Mr Parkinson SPANISH KNIGHT (Mr 7. J. Parkinson) Mr Partin= BAIDEECTDE

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

28 Apr 1883

of Make, Mr Alexander, I.or I Alington..o J II Ar fry. of Hereon, Ltw.l Calthorpe, Mr Cliaplin, Sir 4. Chetwynd, Ar tray.. Lord Dorchester, I s.ko, Iced 1/ortism, Loral Fsbuouth, Mr II fitxwilliam, Colonel Forager, Mr rant, Or Hawkins. Mr Houlefirth

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 Jul 1865

Uoyai. holts M svfiu*P. Mr. W. Kigno'-J (Twin BrolheT*) Bristol)- - _|> ,o o( Sjrr»cu*e. Mr. C. -DroinloolEphesM. Mr. H. ww' • Mr*. Webb (Twin entlllctl JUKI. TUB a**''- TUB Pnilsewor.l.y. IMAMU WORTH TWU i-s Humify—Mr. C*pl*s. Mr. Mr. r- ffl^e from U till

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Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent

Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

2 Feb 1854

Sweepstakes or u. iw. earn. Mr Wallis Birdlime beat Mr Massy’s r Cush, ~k ,l beat Mr Massy r b Fairy Queen Mr t urns r .1 Nat Mr Power s r. b Pasta, lation 1 in,onsbk Merry-go-round beat .Mr Curtis fh. b. Conan- bk btat Mr I*. b. tDC-inliy. ••?*“ cuh

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Irish Times

Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Jul 1906

713 Mr. II itrhare * Beauty (12101 t;urry Mr. ii. InirlKn Lorhlee M3lb» *t. W»u«h 713 Mr. t. Jarjoensart—(l2l b) l/oau > 7 13 hare arrived are trained Mr >'air*r’s I A. Tajrh*r Mr. K. Viotante Rriime 11 Mr. - ,* Ka.-tem (71b.) .. Tayluf B 7 Mr. W.

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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

14 Oct 1905

Kilhrickcn lloimo. Callau-S laird of Payne. 3rd. Mrs. Power, Brenor House, Piltown-S. htraf- Class 27a-6 entries. For host t»o Calves| tsirn in 1905. Farmers only-Ist prize, Thomas D. Cahill Kilhricken llouse. Callan; 2nd. Mr, Thomas Drea, Shankill, Whitehall

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

23 Feb 1906

10s. Mrs. Broadhuret, 2s. the Lady Emily Etterins, £2; Captain T. .1. Butler, £2; MajorGencral Erownlow, C. 13., £2; Hen. Mr. Justice Barton, £2; Leslie Beers, Esq., £1; B. R. Balfoor, Esq., £1; Mrs : Bolton, £l. Colo ei 5,;(14ii,. g i;;;, £1; Mrs. a.

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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

15 Feb 1896

here, saying did not care to meet ladies! However, I Beard great deal about him, and what struck fumy was that apparently found out all about you, aad Unde Hoary told that Habury said knew Mr Catbearl, rather bad known his Isthw, sad inquired when toe wedding

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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

23 Dec 1905

terror in his eyes. gasped out that he was being chased for his life, and implored the protection of the laird of Inverawe, as the gentleman was named. Inverawe, taking pity on the man, hid him in secret cave known only to himself, and pledged his word that

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Apr 1887

.. .truce replies fn. It.. r • r.coht ts o r, And Mr. Seel. I a Wh a m s , early .I Mr nal*. ranee*. tante.* 1., rtes.! lacy at le a Lou. • .. se el. the deptitecon an. if:- i•-.• Mr. T. . . P 15, u h 11. mum .4 a:Line's • Nor

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