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  • County: Limerick, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Article

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

6 Sep 1837

entertained select party to dinner on Wednesday, at his bouse ia Bryanaton-aquare; among whom were Major Beanclerk, Colonels Costello and O’Donnell, Captain Harley, Mr. O'Connor, and Mr. Grote. Mr. Bacot and Mr. Ridont, members of the Court of Examiners at

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

23 Apr 1845

Bart. DEATHS. At his father's house In George's-street, aged 17 Yam Duncan. son of Mr. John Dallas, Student of Trinity Collett, Dublin, where this young gentleman and his brother often air. Garnished themselves at examinations. At his residence, Wood hill

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

17 Dec 1830

were invited guests. Mr. Crampton, in c.tnvequcnce of the duties wine his new office will impose him, has request.d pi - mission the lastrd to appoint Mr. Lendnck his Deputy the l.»* Professorship of I unity kVe^understand that Mr. has applied fo. the

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

8 Feb 1831

North Star. Mr. I>. Harvey, Katra Ilovpital Mate the lloyal llmpilal at Haalar, appointed Sii|H*rnnmrrai y Aaviat. oryrnn Ida Majeaty’a 'hip ,Su A’ineenl. Mr. Alraander U. M*Arthur,* and Mr. J. Vrown (b), ere appointed , taut Surpeonv of hi* V.'ji'ty’a

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

3 Dec 1842

:Attila:ma, the Lady of Denorsa. Req. N.D. of o. At &hookah the Lady of the Rev. f. Robinson, Prebendal/ Whitechareb, of *daughter. At ffellypatts, comity Dublin, the Lady of Simon Foot. Esq. do &aphis,. At Geeat ihttathAdreet, the Lady of U. R. Rya*,

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

5 May 1829

presentations—The Lady Mayoress, her mother Mrs. ; Lady Curtis, on coming her title; lire IIc»n. Lcvtsmi Gower, Viscountess Granville ; Cixlrington, her mother, l*ady ; Lady Emily Paget, the Coanteesof ; C. the Marchioness Bath; Hodson, the Hon. Mrs. Burton ;

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

11 Dec 1829

lake hlv'^hle'n^n'the'cl«le, ano day ha. hi- agreed Report, making strong and emphatic them, been upon for hi, terauy.l thither. call upon the Legislature to extend thn. cm>n' > a Hi, Majesty -ill hold Court at hi, I’alaee at I modified system of Boor I

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

31 Jul 1829

Lord and Lady Stafford. here wen* present the marriage the relative* of the two noble familiesthose Howard, Ret re, Stafford, Hillon, litfind, Ni vilie, ami Gage. Mrs. L'itzlieilaTt was also present at the eeremony, soon after the Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Pefre

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

19 Jan 1830

d Ireland. wans JounuiL IMIMIOM PTC. Lady coqucttishly refusing aCi Ann. vein she lii. d every ctiarm, •J'tte will l iindersland ■ Ill’s ready give lur his arm. When all that she emits, is his hand'• LOUD, HIS LADY. AND HER > 111 AIT. Come l»ither, la**rd

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

22 Jan 1830

oirMr. Darby, Valiot* ba ceaKiaatioaa, oct>e, and a<»- I.OXD Noaai ay's Last.—The ex-judge railed Mr. S. street, the other day, enquire about a horse had to disjmse of. show hue your Lordship, said Mr. H., when my lady Dublin shop-keeper

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

15 Dec 1829

qiuisii<»n Mr. Scolt, S;r l.tln ord »i*«r#ihr»s Mr. ami ,4* Water- *re - forth involvinje* am! s-C- day k. the town will gu.%rr!s the riffht That :npl ,r * StackjK»oJf . ni '’''' Tr^,iMr. Wimtoii Danon

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

3 Jun 1831

rdiukrotk mad. (oil, the Lady the douhh*-barrelled pistols. His adds in (]. Atkins, von. his letter, tluse were bis old companions dining the j >» -street, Dtiblin, the Lady fatigues and toils his continent ial ciimmipi* son. Mr. who so conspicuously at

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

19 Dec 1828

compromise. Mr. F. Blake Foster said should propose his petition amendment to the last resolution. Mr. Vmu rice O'Connell rose order. Mr. was then called upon decide the question order, and decided against Mr. Foster. Mr. Foster said, that his object was

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

18 Oct 1848

MR. SMITH O'IIRIEN. Yesterday, his Escelleticy, the Lord Lieutenant received the deputation appointed at the meeting of the citizens of Dublin, to present a memorial to his Excellency. preying for a commutation of the sentence passed upon Mr. Smith O'Brien

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

22 Mar 1833

rapid decline, Mr. Geo. Mac N Printer. In jail-streoto Ennia. Mr. John Flanagan, jun. Glorer. Al Knockaderry, county Limerick. Mr*. O'Arcy Event, wile of Jamea Eaana, Etq, At Huqiital, at the kouie hia aon-in-law. Mr. Francis Gaffney. Mr. Thomas Fleming

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

11 Dec 1849

and Lady Octavia Qrosvenor.the Countess (Dowager) of Sefton and Lady Molyneux, Lord Biward FUrclarence Howard, Lady Frances Russell. Mr.Russell, M.P., and Lady Elizabeth Russell, Sir Dundas, Mr. Samuel Rogers, Mr. Ileathcotc, M.P, and Hon. Mrs. Mrs.lleathcote

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

13 Oct 1841

the Lady of John &Callas, ll.D.da In Rudenu-aquare, Reg, the Lady ut Julia tinny et a daughter. The Lady of G. Willem, Ea. of a daughter. At Abbeyland, county Galway, the lAdy of Joha P. Esq. L.U. of a am. At than. ow, eu toe Bth dun. the Lady at Mow

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

1 Nov 1831

residence ■ M Bishop of Waterford, the Lord Bishop Clonfort, the Dean of Ardfert and Mrs the Countess Salis. -Mr. and Mrs. Bell. Mrs. Major Scarlett, Captain and Mrs Scsrgil), Messrs. Trench. Waller. Ashnnoore. Ilenr, June* Bennett, and Carlton, have

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

30 Sep 1845

election or any other grate sham-battle goin’on, that his Keverincc if has a mind, can meet his Reverince in Kilrush tin minits afiher the razor off his face, an’ back time enough celebrate mass, an’ eat his breakfast. The post-nuathreas won! have time to balance

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

2 Jun 1829

BURDETT.” Mr. ALEXANDER DAWSON, .UP, pro- posed the health that strenuous opposer ; public abuses, their and iudetatq'able | represeut.itive, J. Cara 1..1 J.” Mr. HOBiiOUSE returned thanks.—He would now answer the first question proposed to hiiu Mr. Hunt;

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