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

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

23 Jun 1848

afttrataled all. Mr. 11. IXarMwoan, Mr. Mu.es. jun., Mr. HanLitT. Mr. 11l osn*, and Mr. K. Ukhison, one and all declared their conviction that the remedy proposed government totally inadequate to relieve the distress the West Indian. Mr. Il».a«ie« considered

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

9 Jan 1847

to save his soul tnd his bacon at the same time. Who are Known by their Manners at Play.—Few nun love to lie beaten at cards, backgammon, or chess. Sidouius, however, relates of Thcodcric, that hen engaged at dice, be alu-rnaUly displayed his eagerness

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

2 Mar 1844

subject. Mr. MILES brought in bill to amend the laws relative to masters and a ervants, which was read a first time. ADJOCBNKD DEBATE. The debote on the suite Ireland was opened br Mr. M. O'Connell, followed by Mr. Bellew, Mr. Hume, and Mr. C. Powell

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

11 Jun 1845

Dawn, in the room his famish in'* brother, f.ord Hillsborough, now Marquis of Downshire. laird Edwin was proposed Matthew Esq., Scnforde House, and the nomination was seconded by R. E. Ward Esq. |*un being declared duly elected, his Imrdsbip* addressed

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

24 Mar 1838

application to Mr. Arthur or-eaden, Ballintra ; Mr. Halid. Corscaden, Donegal; Mr. John Gunning Stianorlar; Mr. Robnt l.aird, llallybofey ; Mr. Thomas Patterson, f.elteikenny Mr. Jonn Ban, Moville; Mr. Owen M'Glade, Draperstown Cro*s; Mr. John Millen,

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

3 May 1849

Gitmoo, and 6». G.I- from Mr M Comb. H.o.kicller. Brltusl- Wje had pren.maly cored and Lauded to Mr. WNolly • ..1 übteh had reeetred lite Awerobly fc. Students, per Mr Tli-'me* Lytle, and post office order lor 35., Irotn Mr. George Field, b.rmerly Derry

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

2 Nov 1839

remctnl*ered that the penal had not t;tdo and I sella, guided by lour stout mountaineers. his passage,together with the words.“ which has been more fully t his- tyranny, or unprovoked oppression. A . ’ _ | desolalion—what chgoa lay u» \ tiwted the debates

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Coleraine Chronicle

Coleraine Chronicle Londonderry, Northern Ireland

13 Sep 1845

country laird in the Upper Ward of Lanarkshire became very uneasy for the ultimate safety of his crops. But it the honest laird’s anxieties were great on account of the state of the weather, his mind was still more perplexed the state of his barometer

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

18 Aug 1840

killed by the natives early in the action ; that his reasen (or appearing was to request to find his infant son, who was then in England, and directed him where to find his will. He left the jooid ; S asked his friend D if he had seen or heard anything, to

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

23 Mar 1833

for For Freight or Passage apply to Mr..lames M'Fnrland, Coleraine; Mr. James M'Ciowan, Ballyshannon; Mr. Kobt. Laird, Hallyhofey; Mr. Samuel Mathewson, or Mr. John M'Guire, Strahane; Mr. James Canning, Mountcharles; Mr. Stephen Connell, Kill,begs; or the

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

13 Aug 1847

candidate prupnse. aiul bating received aiisaer. dccUred laird Castietogb end laird Edwin Hill duly elected. Lord r..*e l« apeßk, but could not heard for uproar, nor until .Mr. Kcr. Mr. Muswell. and Mr. Miller l>ad interfered him Inwring. At length said lie

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

8 Jun 1839

nn'l his .tenth left foot brother*, *iMer and four h-inilre.l noimda each hnwerer. that hi* fmther before left him nettr three lhotHanhis family

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

27 Jun 1840

'nneTdSribct. His&rd.hip “““ndenng hi, mL«r, receiving nouve ‘hat h, wmlld dun charged on the following morning, roused to sla ' , . f, and having wiled until hi, laird,hip had retired I, into hi. bed-mom, and finding ihat »«»mJeey. cut his tbrnat with

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

7 Jan 1837

thete (said the Chairman) that has heard Sir Robert Peel tear into threads the arguments of his ojino. neats, or wither them with his sarcasm, that does not at,. his set-rices? In the beginning of lest Session he stood alo.ie and single-handed, opposing wit

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

18 Aug 1832

veil, after some remarks from Mr. Hoyton the propriety of Society prosecuting Mr. O’Connell as tl* instigator ol the anti-tithe conspiracy, that his letter to the members of the Political Union should submitted to counsel. Mr. Boytok then descants at large

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

8 Jan 1845

/ was born couwoinenily died his six fifth year. In his native place he was known as well »y his inuoifivence, «s was India his gallantry. IMUTT. •* W«*wr.-I>*» cnluniit. tbi. .!»» iffardrid) J |.rftuuut It,, .mi.l. Mr. tlasl.ll Jam., 11l- Mn).l

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

27 Jan 1841

are the men whose resolutions Mr. Connell quote, am! labours pen ert; but, however bis authorities may impose in the south, are too far wort!: take them on his shewing, Hear, bear.) I shall give yon, first, um* specimen Mr. O'Connell's ▼aiinted crusailc

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

17 Mar 1841

this man, and the man forthwith raises an action against Mr. Wallace, and Mr. Denham, and Mr. M’Clure, and-Mr.Crawford.and lays hisdamagesal £!6(K)0. Would not this be monstrous? Yhis is what Mr. Young has done. hopes get £I6OOO from the Presbyterylie

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

27 Jun 1849

while tbe Town Surveyor was there. To Mr tbe Town Surveyor three days afterwaids. ami did not tell-him what be witnessed. Mr. Calhoun thought that Mr. Boyd, citizen, should have informed Mr. Hossard of the matter. Mr. Boyd replied that he was afraid he

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

10 Apr 1839

congratulated his Excellency his arrival. The Lord Chan, lor and Earl Fin gal were passengers with his Excellency from Liverpool. The arrangements for the cortege from Dublin to meet his Excellency having been made fortwelve o’ch»ek, his Excellency remained

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