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4 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Laois, Republic Of Ireland

Leinster Independent

Leinster Independent Laois, Republic of Ireland

30 Sep 1871

. wound in, and as the monster's head appears on A lady excused her extreme love for diamonds the surface a bullet is adroitly lodged in his eye and other precious stones by saying, They are —his only vulnerable part. the only bright things on earth

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Leinster Independent

Leinster Independent Laois, Republic of Ireland

30 Dec 1871

Do tell me. The old man was fumbling in his pocket for his stump of a pipe, and while he was fumbling and lialiting it, my curiosity had ample time to get on the 'psi tare. Still it was a hopeful sign, his lighting it, as I well knew. As I recall the

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Leinster Independent

Leinster Independent Laois, Republic of Ireland

9 Dec 1871

who not keeping his temper, threw a glass of wine in his face. Mr. Henderson took out his handkerchief, wiped his face, and coolly said, That, sir, was a digression ; now for the argument. On Saturday, in the Court of Queen's Bench, MR. GEORGE ODGER

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Leinster Independent

Leinster Independent Laois, Republic of Ireland

20 Apr 1872

expired .Sunday at the residence of his mother, 2§ Charles street, Dublin. His funeral wts very solemn and impressive. The coffiu, preceded by the hearse, was borne the shonlaers of his friends. On the coffin was his military green cap captain of the Legion

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