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  • County: Londonderry, Northern Ireland
  • For Years: 1830 - 1840

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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 Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

11 May 1839

■nainrel »» l,■ve heard, hi* aetenlysef* year, and pieeerf'Tl 'Ximh dea'h.all hi* faenltie*. clear and Hi*, remaiw* will Hit* eeeiiinf br*ide Ibo** el hi* late amiable and that SirGeonre Hill i. only Gneernevet d'.toblrd Hie of hi. inleniion*. the inlrgntj

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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 Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

27 Aug 1836

that allowed hi* people Mr. Connolly from hi* altar. Suffice it to «ay, that his ordinary pathetic appeal i* a solemn pledge the people of hi* procuring

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

28 May 1831

received £1 from Mr Young, of Glendaff, fur playing three tunes, which marie the whole receipts Coleraine £3. I6s. fid. besides the Blacksmith’s halfircnny. next day pitched tent in Mr. Iteid’s Hotel, at Bullymony, another the same kind as Mr. M'Grottie's

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

28 Apr 1838

them. The story goes that Mr. Secretary Woodbury to accept the appointment of minister to (Irt-al Britain; that Mr. Amos Kendall is to succeed him the treasury ; and that Mr Senator Grundy is to In-come postmaster gene rah *Mr. Butler, is further said

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

4 Nov 1837

is half sister to the late Marchioness A'wr.orn, lormeily Lady Ann Gore; also Elisabeth Monck and Lady Carbery. One of her own sisters Lady Julia Lockhart. The Karl of Arran had large families his three wires, and all bis were highly married This a • true

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

15 Feb 1840

entered the chapel clothed in his full military dress as a field marshal, and carrying his baton ; be wore three collars of orders, and his breast in front was the medal Waterloo, in it* plain unadorned red and blue. Hi* Grace was evidently the object

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

17 Dec 1836

God 1 what ehauee has Ireland SU « lord and Mr. Littleton had closed, some Irish member-1 think Mr. Sheil-was speaking favor of your motion. I took the opportunity of conversing Willi l.ortl Althorp ami Mr. Littleton the suhjeet | sat between them, and

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

29 Nov 1837

whTeh r„llecte,l the fidlowingi-Mr. Spring sirß Peel. lord J. RiisSell, Sir T. SirT. Fremantle Mr. H. Palmer, Mr. V. Stewart, Mr. Oonlbnrn, lord Ebrington, Sir H. Psrnell, Mr. Sanfoid, Mr. For. gnsson, Mr. Macleod, Mr. Hawes. Ac. Colonel Pl.acEViL then

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

8 Sep 1840

attending on his father, who was ill; and the moment the accusation came to bis knowledge, he took steps to clear his character. On the 6lh of May, be wrote to his attorney, Mr. Gibson, to take immediate steps to refute it. Mr. Gibson wrote to Mr. Stowell—to

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

23 Jan 1838

case with Patterson. Mr. Kennedy calls him insolvent. I say he not. He has long had his year’s rent to pay May last, and. therefore,comes not“under Mr. Kennedy’s class for * expulsion. the ground even of his own shewing I question his authority remove Patterson

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

29 May 1839

then, said, to prevent misconception, Mr. Grote produced a letter containing these demands in due form, which he tendered the Premier; upon which Melbourne shrunk back aghast in his chair, and repudiated the idea of his entering into any specific contract

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

12 Dec 1835

habit of attending Mr. Foote’s church was policeman, who, from the increase his dnties, was obliged length absent himself from divine worship. This man called on Mr. Foote on Saturday evening, when Mr. Foote prayed with him, and at his going away gave him

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

10 Aug 1839

the were iwanleil ai Hi:Los. —‘Ist premium, Mr. Samuel Fcrguton. Gortree; Sd. Mr m „ M Dalm Cowa.-lat, Mr. Robert Craig. Ballj raacleoagaii; 3d, u Miss M'Cau»la»J u, h.ve I*^ Colboun, Em) , Loudoiulerry : » N«W CHOKE .T Coll,'d Mr. R J. Ha.j.Ber- ..iS

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

6 Jan 1838

tlie store of Mr. Chaffins, loyal Magistrate there. are sorry to learn, that they hare got hold Mr. Chaffers'* notes and obligation*, though we bear his book* are aavad. Mr. loss cannot be estimated lass than ffS.OOO. as we are informed. His clerks again

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

16 Apr 1831

goes to his nephew, Half France, Esq. who takes the name of Ixipes, and succeeds to the title. legacies arc also left to all the other children of his sister, Mrs. , among whom are Mrs. Radcliffe, Lady of the Rev. Mr. Radcliffe, of Warlelgh; Mrs. Barton

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

26 May 1838

“black while” to prolong the existence of the Ministry, and but few days elapsed when hi* statement was verified almost lo the letter. Mr. Bennett, Mr. Townley, Mr. Slaney, Mr. Pusey, Sir Charles Lemon, Sir Robert A. Ferguson, and one two others, who resisted

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

28 Apr 1838

when his father and them, and eapreascs! his deep regret lor all so distress and grid his former eon .Inch passed the night in great pain, hut was fsceedinyly patient. , . \lmni 1.v1.a k U.-a.iK very HI. and thoiight would not aur. vivo rent for his father

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

25 Aug 1832

aeted with any views or from any motives unbecoming his station and character, or in any such manner as could subject his honour as an officer, to just impeachment. His Majesty has been pleased to signify his approbation of tbe manner in which tbe Court has

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