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  • County: Limerick, Republic Of Ireland
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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

24 Nov 1829

davs since. was committe*d to Carlow gaol until transmitted here stand his trial the next Commivsion. gave his name Jas, but his iierson far agreed with the ipliott given warrant his being taken into custody. grand fancy h.dl is contemplation take plac**

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

2 Sep 1831

three of tlic greatest liilUhroker* in I^ndon—namely, Mr. Gurney, Mr. Rothschild, and Mr. Henderson—petitioned to the same effect. It was slated that on* of thnae petitioner* had bills paadng through his bands the amount of from *0 to 30 millions annually

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

10 Oct 1888

sutra.. Mr Lillis, the matemeet was made here, I was I pulsed sod said that the matter sboald be Invest,. gated, • groat were deprived of relief at the time. 'fell me, Mr Watson, bow mod' were r redne•il ar thin time Mr Warren— From £44 to £23. Mr Woks—The

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

30 Jun 1829

virtue of the Royal Commission, and other lairds directed, we do in his Majesty name, and his command, declare this present Parliament prorogued to Thursday the 20»h August. My hunts and Ountlemen, are commanded His Majesty, releasing yon from your attendance

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

10 Sep 1858

of God’s people—to whose guidance andcare wa* committed the carrying out of His great woik—who bore their hands the rod His omnipotence—who had in their breusts the secret of His wisdom ? Were they not honoured beyond all other men Did they not consider

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

23 Oct 1829

this advertisement unnecessarv. His peix.iisl advantages arc such as have gained him the appellation of handsome, and deems himself qualified make any lady similarly' disposed himself happy. A corresponding lortnne the lady’s part would required, and the

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

17 Jan 1857

support —and another •swell,' Lad beans e steward a hotel. Mr U. Cotter. Chief Hartman of the Veutry Coast (laird, was unfortunately drowned crossing the Strand Ford, on Thursday last. Ike estate of Mr J. Hawke, was .03 in Cork, on Friday. and the several

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

27 Nov 1829

tilled >eith ladies, aud liumedh.tely unci the h, the plait Raually ocer.pn'd Mr. Hnylaad and Vlr. Bournos, who were ejected iltih orisiaion, sat Lady Chailoite tiiv.iile, Lady Uereaon (Jnwer, the Mon. Mrs. Percy, Lord F. L. O.nver. laird brother to the

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

3 Jan 1852

at 17s per ton ;Mr John Creagan o f Newt:moth., for beef or mutton, at £1 5* per eat; John S BrOWN Esq. of Castlematrix, (or first dour, at ft his per sick ; Mr James Donovan, of Rathkale, fur Wallsend coals, at 19. thl per ton ; Mr litzgibbon was !fleeted

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Limerick and Clare Examiner

Limerick and Clare Examiner Limerick, Republic of Ireland

26 Sep 1849

that Mr More O’Psrrell had been reprimanded for not receiving the Italian refugees at Malta, and that bad in eontequence tendered his resignation. We understand that there is not even shadow of ground on which to found this paragraph.—tlofte. [ln Mr CParreU’t

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

28 May 1862

Ile- ' form Bill, laird Pam ' s merthee of everything to a prolonged tenure of office, his mismauagerneut to Ireland, hi. ruinous taxation, (a large portion mild by Ireland) and his treatment the Pope are itopresmoos exactly similar to Mr. D'lsrsoles. One

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Limerick Evening Post

Limerick Evening Post Limerick, Republic of Ireland

19 Aug 1831

of James Roe, of a d.iUKhter. In Bedford-How, Limcriek. the Lady of Mr. 1. Pesree. Minister, of son. York-street, Uu'jiin, Mrs. Cltrlstoplier EilTe, of son. rt At DoUanstown-Hotw, tl»e Lady of the Ker. J. Aylmer, Rector of Donadea, of «on. At Ramsgate

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

9 Jul 1864

token by Mr PHILIP VANDCBrL. Among the duet:torsi. nd shareholders present were — Mr Joseph N. M'Kenna, Mr Hersey Lewis, M.P. ; Mr B. H. if rtley, Mr Donau Donald, Mr Mr T. W. Keine), Mr F. ii. lleosbaw, Mr J. D. Smith, Mr Eduard Fun (Vublia), Mr Tatham

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

29 Jul 1865

000 for his legitimate expenses. Mole. The bankruptcy of the Hon. Richard Bethel! has released him from his oialawry. In the het of proclaoriations rouse by the functionary appointed for that purpose, the name of Mr. Bethell did nit appear, as his debts

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

24 May 1851

Wigtown, and Mr. J. Dalrymple M P, sueoessls him. Mr. Adam, son of the Admiral, is a eand , ilate for Clackinannan, vacant by tier death of Major-General Sir Wm. Morrison, of the oral s Company's service. The lairds of the Treasury have awarded Mr. Banbridge

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

4 Jul 1863

Votes— don't believe It ; follsomed by troths awl airs et Pet his amt.) The Arabia uproar, his Obispo= to esetributr his taw a any .sweat I. relive the Pohl. (A Voice—What allot behind I) Mr. Dilate, barriameat-law, thaw forward, salmi lend deters, sal

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

17 Jul 1861

mole to her at Southampton ;I,To Mr Peel ll.ft t hehe nocupray when the rabeidy charged. Mr. Roberta was iminaliately robed up by eirennertance. lie is now mid the learnal ermusel I fortnight ago- the baron rent to his enre• chambers aomideral her veal

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

24 May 1853

favour the latter course, that no promise such that alluded to hy the hon. member (Mr. Williams) could liiive been given. Mr, I’KLLATT declared his objection to rclieioU' nrs. .Mr. sai.l th.nt wlion Sir U. I’cel tlir Nt of Muynoolh. in 1840. lie .Kclaml tli

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

12 Oct 1849

to his house while the procession marched past to field, where a lent and platform had been erected, and refreshment provided for the body by his lordship— Thither, Mr. Fitxmaurice. the Stipendiary Magistrate, had also repaired, to represent laird Roden

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

11 Jul 1851

eitv of l.imeriek. was .hspuse.l Mr. ' ■ riek. fur HI. This eunelii’le the sale t.l Mr. L.u .t pruperly. whieh rcalireil I trs/L r 't',,! I-- put h.rl.lHkl/.. after whieh the h hues haviu ailvaneeilcoiisl lerahly, Mr. .h.l.u Har,-c l Newcastle, liceam

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