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

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

24 Jun 1837

malign liiniM If. Foremost among these •as Mr. Ilollaml, a Priest at KiMr. presents u* with the following edifying sketch wl Mr. Holland’s history. They were natives of

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

16 Sep 1837

MRS. NORTON. “Mr. Norton has resorted to the extreme step-one generally confined mechanic* and tradesmen of publicly advertising that lie will not aa*«crali)c for hi* ife * We Uial he will find himsai/ mistaken ia Uw.'— Globe. To wbat furtlier tiiala

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

10 Jul 1830

him to his uwn private account No, his large estates are more than adequate to secure him from the temptation of betraying the interests of his country, and his whole life affords pledge, that will most religiously fulfil the professions made in his Address

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

3 Jun 1848

where she sal alone. There was ssd look on his countenance, and sitting down her. look her lillla hand in his.dtew an open letter from hit pocket, and handed it In her. *• And do you. indeed, leave soon. Mr. Leslie. she aaid, after perusing the first

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

13 Nov 1841

any of the insignia hi* office, slripl himself the official robes, in which had repaired there, and, in hi* ordinary garmenu, proceeded to hi* place inside. For this public ond indecent evasion of the law, is lauded to the skie* by hi* faction ; and these

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

25 Aug 1841

and was willing to serve again. In 1781, after the great struggle between Mr. Mr. Fox.and w hen Mr. Pitt had decided majority, Mr. I’itt nevertheless acquiesced in the re election Mr. Cornwall. 1806, when Lords Grey and Grenville were the ministers of this

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

22 Mar 1843

province.” Exactly said Mr. Litton, of Coleraine celebrity, when laird Eiiot gave notice of his oath-hrealiog, adultery-indulging hill. We rather ihink Peel’s bill will turn out bad job as laird Eliot’s. What else can conjectured, after laird Aberdeen’* atlempla

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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

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 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 Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

24 Apr 1839

the amendment. Mr. Vf. Roche felt it his duty to support the motion of the noble lord. Mr. Plcmthe thought that most of the evils which now afflicted Ireland arose from the religions s\stem of the majority of that country. could not give his support to the

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

18 Jan 1837

party at hi* fireside, to wait upon his vote, and another to have pen grave hy hi* door, u symbol the of his refusalhe had to make his way the hustings through a phalanx of assailant*. and with the chance being guided to hi* home the flames hi* homing

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

25 Sep 1844

Cliairmno, Mr John O’Coooelt, tsu a %-k1 ISISIX . , Mr. Sieelo. .Mr Itarrell, Mr. Kay, Dr. tinir. the Right Rcr. Dr. * 18-14. PRICE 4 }l». Nally.Hon. JH. Hulchii.»on.S»irS. Br.d.y«.H«rt.; Arclwlee. ,UQ Hev. 1 li-'iuas Kraov, Ari Kihnore, Iter. Mr. Tyrrell

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

29 Jul 1837

piece of tajie from his left arm, which had been hied a day or two previously, and strangling himself. There was another man in the same cell at the time, but Chamberlain bad made little noise in effecting his purpose that the fact of his death having taken

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

14 Aug 1846

eventually turn out an admirable character.’’ Mr. CaricUm next essayed bis eloquence Mr. Anson, and endeavoured to persuade him that young man who never paid his bills was very ineligible suitor for his daughter, but Mr. Anson good easy man, was disposed to

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

6 Nov 1844

proceeding by indictment ; but as there was sign of his eoroing he (Mr. Fitzgerald) should only take his own course. Mr. O'Dwyer said he appeared for Mr. Mathias, and if the court thought proper his client would traverse jtrox until next commission, but

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

12 Oct 1839

fuming his back upon his Church and flock, and countenancing and supporting Popery, cast upon that Church and that flock an insult which can never be forgotten. It was monstrous neglect of doty and crying indecency. hope siiiceiely that his congregation

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

9 Sep 1837

Peerage Reform.” Ills gratuitous piece of no part of his system. His all events, means of (be quired that he should be tame the mere Whigs who had hi. ildoassof the Lords in attackter, 1836, and his tameness in beginning of the end which an the support

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

24 Jul 1830

interest hi at' in my favour, since the fates bill have it that 1 am to Princess of Wales.’ At their first iotervien. it iastotod t>al the Prince was not only affable, bat warm in his attfeßTillfis to his bride; an 4 the author adds— * Lady Jtssqr, who

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