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

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

19 Jan 1839

ucw.tay, 1 I- indulged a prnate discourse'’ a mailt if hi. -cn.hi,’. iei.uie permitted.'- ill tee made it ci idem Him llte -l-ewket wm > production the land of Blarnev.” . Mr. Cnnanl mtinuiled his readiness to listen !• any malUrr pub'lLl lnn.yei- wwrtclllp

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

5 Sep 1846

rubbing his hands in an eeslacy, and chuckling to himself. Ay. this will do; Ibis will do. Then taking his son hands intn both his own. and raising him op. bade him dispel his fears, he could out have made choice Store his father mind, his cousin (wslie

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

27 Sep 1837

fiant told him take that for working for heretics. Mr. Fenton, of Castletown, Mr. Armstrong, of Ohill, and te. other gentlemen other parts of this county, amongst whom are Mr. Weir, Mr. L’Estrange, and Mr. Holmes, In Cootarln, hare been ritUed at their houses;

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

18 May 1839

ll»e cau*e Jamco, hi» Uwful kin *» Doaoogh became « p«rli*«n William’* and po*ic*»or lb« property.. James Wbiily, a Bangor carman, of strict lionasly an»l sobriety, was killed, on Tuesday •eeuing, his return from Belfast, in con, «. of hi* coming with lari;*

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

30 Mar 1841

goats’ milk as a peace offering. His terms were simple but decisive. He told Mr. Ellice, not that he would pay rent for his island, but that he would nut molest the new laird, if the new i laird did not disturb him in his possession 1 The grizzled as- intrepid

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

26 Jun 1830

other looked at his officer, and receiving wod, pressed his request. The poor fellow again refused. His Captain then said, Retire Coporal, and do not disturb bis last moments.” Debuire took off bis stock, and laid it on his capote, opened his shirt collar

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

14 Aug 1847

—(cheers)—the noble Duke of Leinster, a personage who is nqt more exalted from the lineage of his family, than from his high character, his patriotism, and from his attachment to everything calculated ennoble and exalt mankind, I sore you will pardon inability

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

31 Jul 1846

seconded the motion. Deputy Stephens said he had no objection to see the laird Mayor and his party beyond the boundaries, if they pasd any of the expenses incurred alter they quitted his jurisdiction. AMcnnan Wilson said be every real friend of the city of

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

11 Dec 1839

rights accepting his Sovereign’s Commission. He may, indeed, become sacramentally and ad-litiunally pledged to loyally—and so, a hatred for Whigs, and a desire to deliver his Queen from their con. laminated cl atch s.— <*lcr Standard. Mr. ox First Love

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

28 Oct 1837

Tos of the County Feraian;urh. « ole and Mr. Arrhdall (Chei-rs.) . v» I ~r | Cole sail tlie» w.m.M always And the from the shores I r.rn- a.lv to their duty, as they w.-r*- in and 'Hi. (to.id rh.a fs-) Mr. \r. hdall retunn-d thank* for the Aatlerinß

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

3 Jul 1830

right, questioned the young lady, and she burst into tears, and told him the whole truth. Mr. B. immediately took her under his protection, and wrote to her friends. Jaunseo, learning what had passed, decamped, leaving his bill unpaid, Friday eveuing

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

8 Aug 1846

entered his carriage precisely al twenty-five minutes to one o'clock, and was accompanied by the Mar<|nis of Abercom. laird Morpeth, and the Mayor of Liverpool: another Royal carriage following, in which were Mr. Anson and other members of his Royal Highness's

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

6 Nov 1838

national feelings, or, as may be disposed to phrase it, prfjndicn who can reconcile —to his spirit—to his self-respect—not to say—his conscience, a system which would deprive his national church of her rank—our people of rights and privileges, which have justly

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

18 Oct 1837

towards the hedge, the coat being tom completely off his hack. Hi. victim being now senseless, lie took his shoes, hat, umbrella, bundle, and about twelve shillings in money, and in thi* miserable stale left |e fortunate man. Barnes remained insensible

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

26 Jan 1839

(t heerJ.) They might, perhaps, think that his blood after 63 winters to How coldly—perhaps his tongue might (alter, but his heait beat as lively, his Iduod throbbed warmly and will, violent indignation a. in hi. earliest y..ulh-(luud clirerij-and not haj

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

11 Oct 1845

UIIIV, - Mr. Batt lies also received the following subscriptions, collected Mr. Law, of Milford, vis.: Mr. Law 0 Mr. Hugh Law. * » Miss Daniel! 0 Mrs. Hay Mr. Hay Mr. La vent, sen Itev. Robert White,. - - Bowen 1U». 8. Stephenson.. Mrs. Har.lcll, Mr. R. Stewart

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

10 Apr 1844

government, for his seven year’s expatriation, and his expenses home. This question, should he bring his action, will he a rather awkward poser” for the Lords ami their abettors. Lord Camp hell’s protest against the rinding of the House lairds may read elsewhere

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

13 Mar 1841

what ailed him, and told his friends that he was mad it was awful to behold the poor fellow his face was deadly pale, his eyes were set and glassy, there was a large quantity of froth or saliva proceeding from his mouth, and his countenance and condition

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Coleraine Chronicle

Coleraine Chronicle Londonderry, Northern Ireland

13 Sep 1845

old man, catching his gun from his daughter's hand, staggered the open door, fired, and brought down the flying robber, and then himself fell prostrate and insensible. bad been desperately though not fatally wounded the shot fired at his head. he foregoing

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

20 Nov 1846

physician to Mr. O'ConnrlL laird t'ionbrock. whose goodness ia proverbial, find, has consigned the greater part of his valuable stud the care of Mr. Dycer, for sale, as hit Lordship’s words are— *• It lielter to feed the poor than horses. His hounds arc

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