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  • County: Kilkenny, Republic Of Ireland
  • Type: Illustrated

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

20 Mar 1850

he 51. es part of defendant to pleat', through Mr. Myles& his attorsey. but Mr. Sollestos objected to his glens; say stub ev trot proved or some one for kiss se le ass. The ledge miseided in this 'MC Mr. J. Walsh, Club Boss., was. thus sailed, sad after

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

17 Oct 1917

occupied a good position. when he came out he had eggs in his I Mr. O'Carroll- It was here in this wort for his country. a critic , but at the commencement of war 'pockets. he bravely and nobly the Mr. I - id he give you any of hall that the elected and selected

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

31 Mar 1888

1.30. Os t►is amaim them w►e the omoert will aim ham as oppartasity of *ogling the cultured madam et Mr. sad Mrs. Forrest. sad also of baring Mrs. Tensors per!Grimaces oa gimefeets. It is seldom t►at favoured with tee .ash gifted prefeimiessle risideat

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

29 Nov 1905

you will rwtoio Mr II or Dot. Mr Hoot.lem thought that Mr Tynon oogbt to pmw his revolution. A case in [ma n come is **WWII or never crap. Mr Fitagerald propoetal as an aoeudmrnt l'hot the eerview or Mr /Lute he ahoy' belog peens , Mr he rook, withdrew

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

12 Sep 1832

the !day. Mr. Tighe lady.. mesaingled piny of pots, amblinheireppserusee, and sever had s H o sides' lodierd I ewe favourabl e spettamity at the bappitsesref his ; lied newer mussy by a *spy' isebetry for kisd-harted that Qs' this session. At •hi they all

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

2 Jan 1864

Proprietor. D in returning thinks to his numerous SA- • scribers and the Public generally, for the increased, influential. and very exte n sive patronage he has been fsvore i with, begs to inform them that the majority of his Subscribers being desirous of obtaining

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

21 May 1834

and espresied his perfect satisfaction. On Sunday his Excellency. the lord lieutenant. attended by the of his household, was present at divine service in the chapel royal. The service was performed by Dr. Vignole., assisted by the Rev. Mr. Johnson. The

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

18 Mar 1916

non-delivery oats Mr. Lupton, 8.4 (instructed by Mr. J. P.n LID.), for the plaintiff. and Mr. Seely. B.L. (instructed by Mr. M. HisY solicitor shi ). for the defendant. Lord ti allowed Mr. Bump- to conduct the defence in the absence of Mr. B. ely, who was

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

27 Apr 1833

cause uproar, not thro' uny fault of his but through his misfortune. He is passionate to .t vexatious degree, and his enclitics talce atkantve of it, for they need only accuse him right or wrong, ;ilia he is thrown off his guard. The ffillow•ing is, verbatim

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

15 Nov 1911

of the Irish Fusiliers, thought it his duty to go and tit occupy the position which he had been ordered to. When daylight came he found it was tint large to hold with the small force under his command, but did his hest by building some sort of neigh

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

18 Nov 1916

made a few and in a the door he found Mrs. Cur- sad another named Mrs. Patrick Horan was then sworn, ant: I CALLAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. woman Mr. Joyce - I agree that unless the tract yet ; it was in a very bad state Mrs. Co. gave evidence in corroboration

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

1 Feb 1871

their duties on that he had eweet i mah been told that the hig) Itoo4 to 13s lid. Mr. Hart remarked that the Fishery Cunserraturs hi g hly pleesed. and no one more is than his Excels the 29th. - tallied on meat were wrong when delivered. The Pinta:cue, per

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

8 May 1920

about £l2 a year on an average. Mr. O'Donoughoe, Carrick-on-Suir, had £3O ; Mr. Dobbyn, Waterford, £4O; Mr Taylor, New Ross, £l5 ; and Mr. Renchan, Johnstown, £2O. Captain Wandesforde said that while he was in agreement with Mr. Brophy that some increase should

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

5 Nov 1864

Soastir is Barris, George Chapman. Req in that shear. Rev. Mr. Brownrigg introduced the speakers sod said a few words on the objects and mous of the society after which Rev. Mr. Bindon, and Us.. Mr. lorry addressed the meeting, &lording to those prime the

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

9 Dec 1905

first row rcpnitisi to him. Mr this sot the first sue? The first co. was in Maudlin-strew. Mr O'Ondy—the doe on Aid not slake a report 011 that yet. Mr Msgennis They did sot, theme they ewe not Autos. Mr Modnrad —nay awn. Mr do sot not testate what the

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

9 May 1908

not been for the death of two of his brothers, be would probabiy now be living a very quiet life as a Scottish laird. Admiral Togo has a great objection to having hie photograph exposed for sale. Hero worship i.i one his abominations. On the last occasion

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

4 Nov 1916

looked after first. Mr. Brophy—l never said anything against that, Mr. Rice—These are serious charges. Mr. Comerford—l don't think there is anything serious at all in it. According to the report, he appointed the other doctor to do his duty. Mayor—There

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Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser

Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

3 Jun 1848

popular right. The entertainment was laid out in a splendid marquee erected in the lawn at the rere of Mr. O’Brien’s house, under the able direction of Mr. Hynes, of >ilvcr-street, in this city. The entrance was by an arch of wreathed laurel and summer foliage

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

30 Aug 1919

and Wm. Corrigan, secretary. Mr. Heffernan (House Furnishers) said his Union some time ago came an agreement with Mr. Shena and the Kilkenny Woodworkers with reference to wages, apprentices, etc.; their Executive wrote to Mr. Connolly, but got no reply

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Kilkenny Moderator

Kilkenny Moderator Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland

25 Oct 1916

from a Mr. Darral, the son of a wealthy Australian farmer, who stood no less than aft. Sin. high in his boots. Mr. Darral was report ;.l to have two sisters in Australia, each of whom was 7ft. Gin. in height, wl,ire his father stood aft. 3M. in his socks

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