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

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

31 May 1845

the St. larger ;) Mr, Gully's Weatherbit ; Mr. A. W. Hill's The libel ; Mr. Greville's Mann ; Mr. Gratwicke's Doleful ; Lord Chesterfield's l'am ; Mr. Ford's Fuzhos ; Colonel Cradock's finglepot : Duke of Richmond's Laird o'Cockpan ; Mr. Wreford's Worthless;

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

8 Jul 1835

lathes. His conduct <» board the convict In quelling mutiny, well at Botany, attracted the approbation the Governor, and Lord Cornwallis, after being assured of his innocence, ordered his retarn Ireiaad. Hit Bishop, Dr. Coppinger, restored him to his parish

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

25 Jul 1835

observed Mr. O’ConoeU, M.P. Mr. Grotie, M.P. Mr. Hume, M;P.' Dr. B&wting, M.P. Mr.' Roebuck. M.P, Sir W. Mpleaworth, M>. .‘Mr. WUfece/M.P. Colood iEvatts.M.P/Mr.Tolk, Dr,6ir]tb«i, Die Rev. J. M.'Pox, &c. Tbe l followiag reaolutioii was moved jUv. Mr. Fdx

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

30 May 1849

LAMES . Comturrzn—The ion, Mr'. Massy, Lady Franklin, Mrs. Blain, Mrs. °abbot, Mrs. Poole thibbett, Mrs. J. C. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Mantua!, Mrs. Smyth, Mrs. Stackpoole, Mrs. E. Galway, Mrs. Woodburn, Mrs. Mabonv, View article

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

6 Jul 1830

Newport mires from fiiWw hfi? » at all ninxs rwwive his sanction and sup- Mr. Tlioroas Wj« wiH offer himself to CI *wwt T!ie Arthbishop Canterbury c«|wc««d *«• in his room. Mr. |le»ry ■ wiU.!»try hi. ImA th. ivo; IBs Maierty received th* Judges at throe

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

1 Oct 1847

was told by Mr. Monsell in full board that would be compensated in the next contract. After some discussion, the subject was then poslponed. ~ ~ Mr. Kelly said he hoped if they would not him justice in other respects they would at least pay his bill, which

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

22 Aug 1838

payment of what was really doc him, HOUSE OF COMMONS— August 15. Mr- ELLIS said that the Chancellor of the Exchequer had promised him be early his place for the purpose of receiving his (Mr. Ellis’s) explanation upon the reply which the Right Hon. Gentleman

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

4 May 1833

Brookrille, Misr Mary M’Laughlin, sister of the Rer. Mr. M'lnughlio,’P. P. of • • Dhblin-street, Cloiimel, Hits Protonr, eldest daughter Mr. Simon Prossor. • i•J - Mrs Coohey, wife Mr. .WRUmU.Cooney, Grocer, John, son .street, Clonmel. : :

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

7 Jan 1832

tadefendbim, SSStk g£S bis melon, dates, his kfO, andlris antoj wmid’of a^v^r^^heasks more » ot, if you rise a degree in redety, and apeak of the respectable peasant, then give him his embroidered >ckel,;his hat, his slid his maia. (sweetheart, in the dialect

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

24 Mar 1829

right of voting. His object was not protect fraudulent voters, and he maintained they could easily regulate the I Shilling Franchise the Ten Pound freehold. • • ! Mr. A. his r diatiuu of llie Bill as a measure-of Parliamentary Hefonn. | Mr. Browulow lh«

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

3 Jun 1835

Clare, Tipperary, &c.” Mr. William fiandss, the presiding Magistrate, mentioned that he thought the Knight of Kerry would be the best president who could be chosen. As matter of coarse, Mr. Sandes, Mr. Hartnett, Mr. Julian, Mr. Hickie, &c. will be members

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

30 Oct 1847

tiv. Lady a Inderlek J. Hal. , ta• Lady of lobo Vessma, Esq. of • .on •u y Pieemnod, Seq. ofllaniseber. of a en. sa.a , (.lete. county Tercale. the Lady of nal al lama., of a am. web amt. the Lady at the M. A. N. Reedit., Wrs. Snails the Lady of NSA

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

5 Dec 1835

Flamer j Mr. J. Sturtwell Mr. S. Murray, Master.’ Assistants, the Ranger; Mr. L. 6. Heath, College Midshipman, to the Harrier; ygr. F. Marryat, and Mr. O. W. Towtey, volunteer*, Ant abas, to the Etna; Mr. Hear, Prim to be Midshipman •f the Bavco; Mr. J. C

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

8 Jan 1830

Home's Hotel, UsherV<(UNy. Mr. OTonuell presnied, rand Mr. Henry acini Vicc-presidetu. Mr. invited (lie Committee, and promised to attend. Meeting the Drogheda Club, which took place on Monday last, wax numerous anil respectable. Mr. presided. At half-past

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

2 Jul 1830

160,000 franc* rewL., 9. A widow lady, 3d STATE IRELAND. The follow ini; i< the able rep); of Mr. O’Consell Mr. Trant, in the Houws Common*, on Thurmlay night* Mr. O'CONNELL had been doubting whether or not ought explain hi* conduct; and but for the kind

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

6 Jul 1830

- HISTORICAL ACCOUNT IMS LATE MAJESTV KINO IV. fdoiUinticd from our htst j At the time the King ascended the throne hi* ancestors, hi* health suffered severely. The following bulletins were among the announcement* the new reign Ourtton-oakuw, Feb. 1

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

13 Jul 1830

wln4of fame. Yet his retreat produced m> ••hamr, Ita bravely fought hi* rear.’* We not know whether it w as in reference to tliis battle that the following stauza, in honor bw Hijfhnese, wm added to tile sonif, When arar the ocean,” Mr.Cobb <« Happy natisa

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

22 Apr 1835

Storekeeper; Mr. Perrin and Mr. O'Loughlin, Attorney and Solicitor-Generala for Ireland ; Mr. Collar Ferguson, Judge Adrocate ; Mr. Murray, Lord Advocate for Scotland ; Mr. Cunninghame, Solicitor-General for Scotland ; Sir J. Campbell, and Mr. Rolfe, Attorney

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

30 Dec 1831

—Dl»ln* R»»tlaa ••• p»»- orm«d morning hi tha Pavilion, tbt Bi'liop of Worcvotw. Tholr MojvitMO, hi* Royal Highaaa Iba Doka tamn, bar Royal Hl*bnia»«ba Prioena Auguata. Priaea CambrUga, thv PrlnaM Ixoaiaa, and Lady FaNJaH. E»>l and Countnaef Enrol. Lord

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

6 Sep 1834

Fellows, Mato, and Mr. John Chapman, Clerk, Thalia; Mr. R. Watkins, Purser, Stag; Messrs. W. Dnrie and John Kirk, Asristant-Surgeon, Mr. J. C. Philip*, Clerk charge. Speedy ; Mr. J. Marsh; Clerk, to acting Purser of the Trinculo ; Mr. Wood, Clerk, to be in

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