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  • County: Galway, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Illustrated

Tuam Herald

Tuam Herald Galway, Republic of Ireland

22 Jul 1837

gracioudy pleased place himself the head of his army Commander-in-Chief His however, entertains designs dangerous to the peace of Europe. His assumtion office which must bring him into more familiar intercourse with his troops has been made with view to obtain

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Type: Illustrated
Tuam Herald

Tuam Herald Galway, Republic of Ireland

24 Jun 1837

Philipps* . .se was ileci.lcd , . the Ice of the citv gratifying intelligence .hat the hank was so well Dwyer. .Mr. Hcrwick, Mr. Curran, and Mr.ivllcncy the Lord Dculenant. proceeded once by tlie tl.e judges, and for that iimsou the oppo- ingeono . *;'

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Type: Illustrated
Tuam Herald

Tuam Herald Galway, Republic of Ireland

15 Jul 1837

lake c-.re of hi. tenantry, and ul the illness or mortality a fellow-creature, and wl.atjs that worth them . West will not ( dr.n t mean to stand for tl« c. y hi. speech on that suhirct vent the Increase ofperi-m hi. estate, can-

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Type: Illustrated
Tuam Herald

Tuam Herald Galway, Republic of Ireland

12 Jun 1847

Cheireeen Meek. dicstians ceediaps v ehserseble. Al xic« O' E W v Mr : •t the th« 2Cth . tb« cl»rfjip«i( rater, ■ Mr. w Juty to tr J- Mr ih. prrreti' Ivilkrnir Mr ntitler, tied tliu to irntpai to who hi might’ him then now eh' :m« vrardlj him for ward which <

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Galway Mercury, and Connaught Weekly Advertiser

Galway Mercury, and Connaught Weekly Advertiser Galway, Republic of Ireland

7 Aug 1847

the morning Mr. John Connell. p 513 (groans). accompanied hy his son Daniel, proceeded to sea in lus own tben i „ J, J„hn Rassell, .Mr. P.th. yacht from Kingstown meet the steamer *h'ch bore the Lionil , child and M r. duly remains of his honored father

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Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser

Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser Galway, Republic of Ireland

29 May 1847

Attorney-General, Mr. Redingtan the l>ean of the Mr. Roe, Hi>;h Sheriff i the City of Dublin ; Sir P. Bellew, Sir P. Crompton, Sir R. Routb, and Mr. Routh, Mr. Hatchell, QC.; Right lion. Mr. Kennedy, Sir X. Fitzsimon, Mr. C. Fitzslmon, Mr. Savage, Sic. casual

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Type: Illustrated