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  • County: Londonderry, Northern Ireland
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

9 Aug 1845

duty both of kings aud kingdoms to serve the laird, and that the temporal sovereign is, iu his official capacity, bound to employ all his iuflnencc promote religion among lus people. But then it is argued by Mr. Jennings and the Voluntaries, that religion

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

28 Apr 1847

tili one seemed disposed to do. The chairman then ivmoiistirted with Mr, Brook, and said that a higher, rate would sink his whole estate, which Mr. Brook replied that would let his estate go rather than that the people should die hunger. Soup Kitchen

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

9 Feb 1833

car belonging to Mr. Doherty, of the Ship quay, and for which he had left Mr. Steen’s top bools in pawn. Mr. Steen with some difficulty recovered the boots, and the servant made his escape. TO THE ORANGEMEN OF THE COUNTY OF DONEGAL. Mr Brethren and Friends

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

5 Feb 1845

.) Mr. I truly bavinu closed bis case, demanded informations against Mr. Jeremiah O'Sullivan. you TUB Mr. Ilallowell asked—Did yon, Mr. Ilealy, at any time born at ? Mr. —I shan't answer,you. Sir. l liiiualclv informations Cork ComsHlulia*. , , Mr. Jeremiah

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

5 Feb 1848

to, but (added Mr. Spronle) the defendant was not bound to follow bis counsel's ail vice. The Chief Justice having intimated to Mr. Doherty and Mr. Miller that no reply on their part was necessary, proceeded at once to give judgment. His Lordship stated

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

4 Nov 1848

that she should also return all Mr. Leslies ‘Either- -n«t gi. the- a* Uek ring t -o-a the night ga*e ;rt was io the lime. Ld was happy then, far the laird had a. come to leapt -e w. hi. Tealth and t..m «r weak hc^lwi-his fine prom.^ almost broke the heart

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

23 Oct 1841

afternoon. was drink his punch in rural alcove; suddenly, Jim presented himself before the astonished sight of his victim, while enjoying the do/ce far nienle, end making his best bow, begged his honour’s pardon for the intrusion.— His honour knew Jim well

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

29 Jan 1848

Norton, bedecked with all the foppery of an exquisite of his day; and there stood Dugald Mackay, his thick bushy grey hair falling his shoulders, bolding in his band bat not half llie size his head, which had neither been made nor bought for him, and

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

24 Dec 1841

would start into his eyes, as he beheld hit wife and his fair daughter performing without murmur the most menial offices. But the measure his trials was nut yet full—luxuries were nut only denied him. but he was without food to set before his children.— The

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

2 Jan 1847

those seasons of youth and enjoyment, that Lord and Lady Hopei own, with Lady Frances Conningsby. departed from the castle for The Earl thought it necessary to hasten his departure, as suffered uneasiness his daughter's account, who. when she heard of Captain

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

7 Aug 1839

When morning did come, ami Cameron was roused coneionsness. his feelings were painful. crossing his little shop, every boltlo and drawer seemed upbraid him. But his greatest shock was caused his first glance bis looking glass, where yellow shoulder knots

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

23 Dec 1837

short, ly after went to Mrs. in Pnisaia-street, husband gig paralytic stroke ; and Wexford, in consequence of his getting cold in damp bouse, it fell his lungs, of which be died I know Dr. Elgee, Uie rector of Wexford, uud Mr. Boyd, his curate ; they sometimes

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

27 Apr 1839

limber from being carried off the land.” THE COURT—LADY FLORA HASTINGS. (From tl*e lit cord.) The deserted appe.rance other Majesty's l«t l)r.win .nK>m w., cnlen.ml very marked impression of the result laird Melbourne Court police.' There are few men in the

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

25 Sep 1839

wise, gentleman so high minded. seeing his Lordship,” quote the statement of Lord Hastings, he declared his ignorance of the subject, beyond his having been made acquainted with reports by Lady Tavist.»ck, and his having desired the holies of the Court

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

17 Feb 1844

you know, eight traversers now upon their Inal —Mr. Daniel O’Connell, Mr. John O’Connell, Mr. Thomas • s »ve|. , Mr. T. M. Rat, Mr. Charles Gatin Duffy, the Ret. Thomas T'erney, Mr. or Dr. Juhn Gray, and Mr. Richard Barrett. I • , gentlemen, (he sett ral

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

1 May 1846

petition complaining of the return for the bo. rongb of Hrbtport: —Mr. C. Wood, chairman; Mr, W. lv>eott, Sir. W. Somerville, Lord Claud Hamilton, and Lord Halmeny. Aiter a few words from Mr. P. Bortiiwick, It was agreed that the committee sbuuld meet at

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

16 Feb 1839

EJSSS-S* neither men nor laws could resist them. hese Lady Duchess off^^nx'ie Duchies lady Westmoreland, Lady Cobham, Lady U.arlotle l.duin Arcliihald Hamilton and her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. I emlaives, and Lady Frances Saiinderson. I am thus particular in Hieir

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

20 Nov 1839

supported the right by his Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, the Lord Chancellor, Viscount Melbourne, the Marquis of Normanby, Lord Palmerston, the Chancellor the Exchequer, Baron Knescbeek, &e.; the left Mrs. Hutb, the Lady Mayoress, Denman, Lord

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

22 Sep 1840

is fixed for presenting Mrs. Skerritt at court, and there has been great solicitations from ladies who shall it, in which the Duchess of Newcastle ha- succeeded; and all the apartments are made ready for Sir Robert’s lady, his house at the Cockpit. I

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

17 Jan 1846

lodgings of his friend, Colonel Hamilton, who acted a« his second, in Charing Crust, and hurried him away It was afterwards deposed that, setting uni, the Colonel in his haste forgot bis sword; iiihui which tin. stopped the carriage, and taking his kcj- from

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