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  • County: Limerick, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899
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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

28 Mar 1866

Capti , u Ke , a, (Debt u end Mr. C. A. (Watyriord and Kilkenny), Mr. (2a:omit and Iltaake4 t ), Mr. sti l ling, Litorte Woo is bl.unse.l, (Marked Groat W.s•en.), Mr. S'.ephy rd. (Dubl.o sod Mr. Lboineer Pike, Mr. Delshotity, Mr. Jo eph 11,bin on. (Mite.-

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

8 Feb 1853

ADDRESS DUBLIN COKPOUATION I'llE nI.dIID'LIKLTENANT, ani> IDS LXIT.L--LKNCVS REPLY. His Excellency the Earl of St Germnin s held his firs, levee yesterday. The nttcndmiec was numerous andmtluential. Shortly before the levee, the Lord Mayor, accompanied

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

30 Nov 1864

questions which comprise the Rule of Practice, in roster's Arithmetic. Mr. K. attends young Ladies and Gentlemen engaged io Schools, and in Families, in which Gov'messes ere employed. Mr. KENNZDT respectfully begs to submit for the eousideration of the Nobility

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

13 Aug 1864

C - LIMERICK AND ENNIS, LIMERICK AND RETAIL POYNES, AND LIMERICK AND CASTLEGROCERY AND STORE. CONNELL RAILWAYS. _ LADY DAY IN HARVEST ! ! • RETCRN IKTS, r FINE the day only, and return the ordinary Trains 2 •ame day. EA$ . -: . AND LIMERICK AND CLARE

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

4 Jan 1862

approaching Mr. U. l'unitr, f. Ninth ; Mr. W. tlrrhaiii, for l'lt month . Mr. 4 'hal, atria, for fin,,l ; Mr. Eilmiind Potter. for Cuiriiiiir; Mr. IVilliaut tor, for rinnliury : Sir Itolart Itart., for Nottingham, ?Ir. Idol for Piirt.ein head : Mr. Folry Vernon

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

16 Feb 1856

toast of you, Mr Mayor. I beg to propose a toast. 1 have said how much I *el honoured by the presence of the ladies, for in Turkey they abut up the lad es in the harem (laughlet).---• most vile practice. .Mow nie to propose toast of • The Ladies of Hull.'

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

4 Oct 1866

hiltitne Mr Jnhu Kelly ; Ywl , Mr Wm Carey. I.loltAr.. -01*LX TO ALL. Bert Sire for gracral pariraies— lat, Mr James, Moran ; 204, Mr. Imre. 8.. t cart were— Ist, Mr Thomas Madigan ; 2nd, Mr. It W neer.. Beet o.lt or 611 y, f 0514,1 l 0 1565 -I. Mr Frauds

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

22 Oct 1864

committal bigamy. Mr. John Smith appeared io support of the charge, and the prisoner was defended by Mr, Islotteram (of the Oxford circuit), who bad been instructed by Mr. Atkins. The crania is • young lady• like appearance. In opening the cue Mr. Smith gated

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

16 Jan 1855

with whom was Mr. Lynch Q.C., and Mr. O’Driscoll, counsel for the defendant, showed cause agauist the conditional order for new trial obtained u.i behalf of the plaintiff. Mr. Fitzgibbon, QC., with whom were Mr. Armstrong. Q I’., and Mr. Cook, appeared

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

4 Aug 1860

traceable; for the sensual polygamist wasted on his wives and other faworks the revenues by which be could have as. eared respect fur his authority amongst his hordes, and enlisted those sanguinary and wretches, his ?aches, on the side of the Christiew Willie

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

19 Oct 1864

KILRUSH. PATRICK ROPRIETOR.O'CONNOR, P Is seder to way for his LARGE WINTER SUPPLY, Proprietor will now Sea a his AUTUMN GOODS AT VERY REDUCED PRICES, dud beget* call the attesters of the Public to his present Stock comprising : WEST OP ENGLAND AND FRENCH

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

21 Oct 1868

sanction It anh seals. regrettin^, Mr Brown intnsluced the re. element he withdrew front the redo lulled me sec order. Mr Cagan said he one of the who rani with Mr lima, en the former question. but he would then .e when Mr Brown sneered at tho Roman Catholina

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

24 Jan 1885

disposed of by the uoconiprimisiug attacks o: Mr Parnell so his Lereconctleabiee. Mr Penwell has taken good care sever to commit himself in such fashion. And however much one may mistrust his aims or diaprove of his methods, I cannot but admire the skill and

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

3 Nov 1852

es. Mr Doyle that Mr Worrall had ham their °Mem. for • I t hes. mid was swear shovel oboe review,. He 1 thtieorPoratiete would keensourageog to do the Wainer. of dm Corporation se well Mr Worrall. be paying that mark of ~.pert to the memory of Mr Worrell

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

17 Jun 1862

i hal throughout evinced an tamest desire to do all he could for Mr. Weston Taylor. Mr. B. ESTCSJU HT believed the outrage upon Mr. -- Taylor would have the rfieet of deterring Engliahmen HOUSE OF LORDR—Fulear. from investing moray in the Italian poweeraim

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

13 Apr 1865

Mr. MIN sosobbd Ms rosoloisa. *idle, tem forsod ebb amisissimb. . Mr. Doman proporil the selooliss • Indio le Protimost. *MO surd Ilorr.tin mows* vas else tosukired ts Notion her Preebriero 1 belosii• Ms post peril Wan bite irroporli dusatioloof the

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

9 Oct 1855

Colonel Roberts, Mr, Dawson, Mr. Uartigan, Limerick • .Mr. Murray, of Manchester, Mr. Farrell, Vetcrina Surgeon the Constabulary; Mr. Dycer, V.0., ore are great number of Dublin shopkeepers here, amongst Whom are Mr. Elver; of Sackv.ilc street. Mr. ».i rick

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

8 Jun 1861

is the rumour which ores =Melo its way tbrogb the polished world, tkiat Mr. F. B. B M.P. foretook M.P. for Cork, wale to mooted Mr. Bagwell, Mon{ ea slmiar Lord of the Promo. Mr. Beanie expended El,OOO in cantsetiog the representation al the kosstifol

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

15 Dec 1868

I'l.arUe of Ncwbriilgo, in of Dunlin, Catherine, daughter Hoo. Henry Tell,am. his wile—-laughter Tho.u.u» L'obl*c,ol M.l*. Ilia wife Lady I l.tU.ibcUi Uorval'ord, called Lady liviiy Marcus, ti»t Earl i jy'iuwt), j>ai«r-iiilily Ucrcaionl, thcUiio«u fi»uc

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

27 Apr 1852

reading Mr. Dully letter said —1 wish Mr. O’Rricit had not lislciud to this diabolical tempter, who was pressing him to Ins destruction. Mr. D’Rrien, the prisoner—lt is not fair to speak Mr DullV in this manner in his Solieitor-(ieiicral— do bilieve Mr. O’Rrien

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