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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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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

11 Aug 1852

the wield.. opposite window Slat in Mr Sepple• hour : there was • good nosy Is the windows overload also in Mr Supplies; doesn't with hie Who hot with hi. brother, at Linehan, his father i. • tenant of Mr Herbert's. Mr Haggard What has that to do with

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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

29 Dec 1866

Church Charles., Mrs Richard Gabber, ft ; Rey B Cowen, Z 1 ; for Limerick Ragged School , Mrs Canon's oolleciun, 12 Is ; Mir Jacob (aollectioa) /2 12. ; for A.C.P., Miss Proctor 6e ; Lady Fftegorld. (Menton earn), per Jobs C. Delmer Mr. 11 ; Mrs. Johnston,

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

13 Jul 1853

appear, Mr. W. L. Joynt and Dr. Elutes being his sureties. reefed - Lynch I(uniau Catholic. Mr. Mathew 11. de Courcy, D.C.P. was next exa- Milled, and proved having receited from Mr. Lynch informations sworn before the City 11144, 4 istratava. Mr. Michael

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

7 Jul 1852

their On thi. IMP the jury found fur the pluintiff —du • map's, £2O. Coutiod for the plaintiff—Mr TAne, QC ; Mr Copginger, QC ; and Mr Clanchy. For the defen.lant Mr .1 I) Fitzgerald, QC ; and Sir CO'L.ighlen. Judge Crampton wan «Topic,' until six o'clock

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

15 Feb 1911

e —Mrs (Hoe Sec). Miss Barrington, Mine Mus Bunbary, Mrs Kbrill, Mrs We.tropp u'ualleghan, Mrs O'Brien, Mrs Chine, the. The other members unavoid►bly absent, Irma whom apologies were received, were—Lady Shaw, Hon See : Mrs Shaw. Hon Tye. the lady IKuly

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

16 Jul 1919

Civility Mr P Rogera's Mr Georgie—Private 6 II 9 Mr P H O'Brien 's Golden Roes Private 6 II 6 Mr H C Bourke'. Coghlan 6 11 5 Mr P. W Flannery'. Man 5 Il S Mr C B Harty'. The Mrs. r*ate S II Mr* Harty 's Hawker Harty 11 5 Yr McDonorgh'aCelticQueenkloas

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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 Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

18 Feb 1865

*tasty payable be doe right el drYng saillin Ms bah Mr Collins stmereed Met Mr Lratit wee es the policy, bet EA an the immense ark . = get , Mr. Lysek -I have given you the pokey, sad lees le the die act Mr. I bat let es see. wee • Bred rietworle Chlowei

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

9 Jun 1860

parties. The Res. Mr Jemes acid that Mr Ratite wee *besot fr om isdispseitiso, bet he had isemseted boa II esy that his heart and anal were fa W abandeameet of Night and Sunday work, (hear bear.) Helsel latemled to put a Belfast paper into his pocket in order

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

16 Aug 1851

pee room able he lad paid the money. Alderman Watson—Mr. Fife had his remedy by process. bat it was their duty to decree him for the balance of wages due to the c o mplainant. Mr. O'Donnell—Het Mr. Fife cold not have the advantage of complanlauts testimony

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

17 Nov 1852

I meet, and • graceful manner of walking. To this part of the profession Mr M.D. devotes his ptrretrst atleolhon. Mr M'Derrnott begs to say that his Season Ball is in active preparation ; the very best Rooms in the city and I he moist efficient Quadrille

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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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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

18 Sep 1867

writin4 on the l o t of September, aye— Garibaldi hos definitely reaumed his ieterrion of stud aggression on the Etonian terri- ' tory,he og that he ban tulttled his duty to his country, haviog obtained from Itattassi a formal promise that he wou'd not

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Munster News

Munster News Limerick, Republic of Ireland

24 May 1884

mother. Mr Itrlisiege-le the child destitute Mr Morris-She mime to we, tutu I gave her to. lief. I know thst she is utterly rliatitutr, Mr you see her hell I Mr Mort begged from Mr how was she supported While the wither o. in* Lunatic Asylunt. Mr Morns-She

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

11 Jul 1860

aheat r bat made= effort when in formed by Mr. Moisah of the manner he had been treated, to arrest any of the puha Mr. Moinak Plan pro-' media to Dr. O'Dell's to obtain his assistance and advice, and while oo his way stress were haled at him. one of which

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

15 Feb 1862

Itarrin,ton. Newton Lool Lady Many, Hermitage ; Sir lonvid mid lady Roche. Mr. anal ifra Jamo+ Liwerick ; Mr. and Mr. Limerick : Lr.f awl Lady Arlin.. and the Mr.. and Mies Trend,, Sir Richard, lady. awl the Mimes .1. Burgh, Mr, awl Mrs. Bolide Waller. Cap

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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 Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

25 Jan 1851

cottoning Ladies and Gentlemen, who acted 04 Collentors, they feel truly grateful : The Right Worshipfulthe J T Sheehy, Esq Mayor Dr Griffin Mrs Dr Geary Dr Geary Mrs Dr thiffin I Stephen O'Donnell, Esq Mrs J Barry Maurice Lenihan, Esq Mrs Donley E J

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