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Fermanagh Herald

Fermanagh Herald Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

15 Jul 1905

THE would suit her. Defendant then sa'd arrange . with Rev. Mr. Laird to ge marriage license. On Good Friday, - defendant and a brother of the witness wept to Rev. Mr. Laird, and the date was altered to 11th May as Thompson, the beat man, had to go le

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

23 Aug 1827

Mackintosh, Hon, Mr. tillers, Mr. Hroditl, the Marquess of f..'11l Morley, Mr. I ter ney, Earl Spencer Lord Bexley, Lord Palmerston, 11. Bathurst, Mr. Planta, Mr. Backhouse, Mr. S. Bourne, Sir G. Coekbttfit, laird L. Gower, and Mr. Stapleton, After those

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

26 Dec 1833

length they discovered him , tint of the Widow Larkin. They obliged him to his knees, ami thev then tlireutencd to pay him hos- Ule case di 1 not e>tl>cr Set his farm or g.ve ,t his landlord before thalday week. I lies# noeturi, legislators, loshovv their

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

26 Jul 1827

Chancellor and Lady Manners, Lord and Lady (lort Lord Plunkett and Miss Plunkett, Lord Bloomfield,’Lord Manners, the Right Hon. Mr. Lamb, Mrs. Lady Ann, and Miss Gregory, the Lord Chief Justice the Chief Baron, Sir Wiliiam and Lady M Mahon, Mrs Lindsay, Miss

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

29 Dec 1831

Kallyresey. tlulun’e!,. iseMr. W. M'Fernvn’- Irishman Mr. SnivtbN Ml \\ M I lianie Cock •> Mr. .lame' Hoyti's Creeping Kate.. Mr \V. M-Nci.a-N Paul 1 •> Marling, Cock t.H.k the ul in e«ll«nt o'urh maintained

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Fermanagh Herald

Fermanagh Herald Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

15 Sep 1906

child. Mr. Fagsn sated that the man left his wife last October for the purpose of getting work in England. undertakingtotake his wife over :here but he never did so, and she was still in the union. Mr. Wall asked the prisoner if he would take his wife back

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

22 Jul 1858

reflection ladyship con Moted his admiuiou, hut took the precaution to request the landlady's presence daring his stay. Mrs. Clarke wae present accordingly* and we are Informed that the conversation which ensued between Lady and Dr. Tbmnpeon, originated

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

23 Apr 1849

imperative Mr. DAVID C ARTER. Hrrald office B4..yahao . i ion, tbe s sht both bis «?«. ••* a:a-e of tbe eounUy) -bicb oct a* Doctor M A HOOD. Med,cal Hail hanirkdleu. | . H>Mr. JOHN «V. vv-5rV •' Mr. JOHN •

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

30 Sep 1830

Ainom'st the ladies present, the f ill.tvving attracted nor particular , , •Cns l'» nuiNesses.—l,»dy ( . I.rowulow, 1 „lv 1 n.Mii;is. l.adv i. i'lv linr^ouie. ■ la.lv Anm- H«*tuw», K-s. (.albrailh, Mr.. iMKjrloy, Ah»ul, Mi v C. Cmiilimni, Mrs < ovhrsil

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

23 Aug 1827

operations; but soon afterwards breathed his last—about Mr. Fox’s age, dying, it is mentioned, in the same room in which Mr. Fox expired. It is said, that Mr. Canning 1 buried near the vaults of Mr. Pitt and Mr. Fox —namely, the aisle of Westminster Abbey

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

21 Apr 1853

the return of Mr. Moore liOrd Harry Vane (Liberal) chairman ; Mr. G. Cavendish, and Mr. J. G. Phillimorc, liberals ; and Mr. R. Clive and Sir Henry Mens, Toriet. Execution W aterpoud —The execution ofHtckeit and Noonan, for the murder Mr. O’CalUghan Ryan

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

12 Apr 1832

the. **persrea(pr# itf the /tuin t.” .Mr, Wat»a Tav loi , the Earl St. Vincent, Mr. G. Palmer, Mr, Kuluo. son, M.P., Mr. ,1. living, M.P., Colonel lleresfotd, Mr.O, Iliiihcit, Mr. Carrington, the Hon. Mr. Ijuaellcs, Mr K. Diindas, M. P., Lord Saltoun, Sir

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

13 Dec 1827

arrnssment iti the manner of all present. Mrs. Soorocks, however, was the ruling spirit of the flour, and she presided with undismayed equanimity. After taking oft his first glass, the Laird was persuaded by his active hostess to a second, ami third: hut

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

18 Aug 1842

and taken to the stationbouse in Sackville-place. 'I here, however, Mr. Robinson declined preferring any charge against his lady, huthe gave that already stated against Laird. Mrs. U. restored the greater poilion the 781. to her husband. Upon Hie person

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

15 Jul 1824

through the castle that the Laird was dead. Weel, away came gudeslre, wi' his finger in his mouth, and his best hope was, that Dougal had seen the money-bag, and heard the Laird speak of writing the receipt. The young Laird, now Sir John, came from Edinburgh

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

27 Mar 1828

The competitors were— Mr. Ai.kxandkk Aikf.n, Irviuestown —plough held by his son, with reins. Mr. Bovle, of Tempo-house —plough held a relative, with reins. Mr. Whittaker, Hrumealliuu —plough held by himself, with a leader. Mr. Hem Noiile, Laragli—plough

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

19 Apr 1827

Exchequer. Mr. lluskisMin, President the Board of Trade laird Melville, First laird of the Admiralty. Mr. Wynn, President the Board C’ontroul. laird llexlev, Chancellor of the Duchy Lancaster. Gwbt- I.oril Bexley has signified his wihis resijrnati

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

10 Jun 1830

-solution, did Sir R AA’ilson, Mr. and Mr. Monek. Mr. SADLER replied. After few words from Sir C. Wetherell, Mr. SADLER said that would nut press his motion & division. The previous question then put and earned. IN fRFLAMI. the motion Mr. DOHERTY, leave was eiven

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

2 Jun 1831

Stanley, Mr. Stanley, Right Hon. Dr. Radcliffe and Mrs. Radcliffc, Hon. and Mrs C. French, Mr. and Mr*. C. French, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Mr. and Miss Plunkett, Mrs. Linosay, Mrs Gore, Mr. Mrs. and Miss Stanhope, View article

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Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet

Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

5 Nov 1888

Ihruot with carving, knife ut&i, Hornby Street, Pockham.—Mr. U. J. Sydney (for Mr. \V. H. Annslrong) defended Onley.—lm>|M»ctor Taylor, of the division, who has tho Case in hand, infortnei his worship that the woman was still unable attend give evi. donee

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