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Coleraine Chronicle

Coleraine Chronicle Londonderry, Northern Ireland

21 Apr 1906

Haughton and Mrs. Haughton; Mr. Young. solicitor; Mr. David Foster. Mr. Samuel M Henry. J.P., Mr. Joseph M.lienry, solicitor; Mr. John T. Harvey, Mr. David Foster, who was called to the chair. extended a warm welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Moore was

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

13 May 1905

the train. Mr. Shubert, a theatrical manager in New York, relates the story of his friend Mr. Thalheimer’s heroism in rescuing him. Mr. Thalhemier unfastened the woodwork which was pinning down Mr. Shubert in his berth, and carried him on his shoulders

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Northern Constitution

Northern Constitution Londonderry, Northern Ireland

23 Mar 1901

had happened in his absence. He WY not allowed to talk a very great deal, but NeUy told him much of the Benwald news. By his direction lettere were neaten to his father and to Mr. Harvey; and itn a few days the good eleraman was at his. bedside, to welcome

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Northern Constitution

Northern Constitution Londonderry, Northern Ireland

14 Apr 1906

was 1,:. i•, By Mr. O'Neill—He bad known Silllll.llAm for a number of yenta, and always believed him to he a niter, wellavinductod young man. He hied with his mother, and woe the principal support of the family. Mr. O'Neill—And you think Mr. Lerclis ear

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

23 Feb 1939

jnofonnd the impending rotiremont of Mr. IT. 11. Lenthall, H.A., 0.H.K., County Inspector of the Hoyal Ulster Constahulary for Londtmderry City and County. Services. In iho «if ('oininon Mr. (I<*orn(* Hall a During his stay in the North-. West, tending over

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

22 Aug 1851

voice, al j pool misguided Temple being his relations to . make a will *0 unjust to his wife, while von are thinking all the lime. , m your own mind, that Mr. Temple and his relation* were perfectly 1 right, and that Mr». Temple has all ihe inclination lo

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

11 Feb 1956

) and the Mayoress (Mrs. Dowds), who presented members of the Corporation and their wives. Lady Wakehurst at Nursery School. Her Excellency Lady Wakehurst, attended by her lady-in-waiting, Miss Joanne Smith, and accompanied by Lady McFarland, on Thursday

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Coleraine Chronicle

Coleraine Chronicle Londonderry, Northern Ireland

11 Oct 1884

otherwise, as Mrs. Lyle not only kindly offered her assistance, and same herself to sing, but brought Lady Clanmorris, who delighted the audience by her charming performance on the violin. We have been requested to state that Mr. and Mrs. Gage take this

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

30 Jul 1928

K.C., and Mr. Shicl • m;l i t y every rural district sense of reason if it i» to |»erpetuau in-. He also looked away beyond his mune- stl . uute Mr. H. C. O’Doherty) appear-, p, l . enil , gh, but Lord Oraigavon’s definitely this Government. But whettng

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

24 Jan 1924

M FIVE o'clock pita. BIITENB & LAIRD LIIIZS, LTD. Derry and Glasgow Steamers: ARISING out of the Railway Strike, our tem: porary Sailing arrangement will be MONDAY,. WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY from mob aide. BURNS & LAIRD LINES, LTD, .LAJAIJUDIJJ.E.ISIt.I

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

26 Mar 1928

being in aid of Tyrone County Hospital. In the first game .Sergeant Foster (1,000) treat Mr. D. Murphy (776). and in the second game Mr. John Sharkey (800) beat Mr. J. Gunn NORTH-WEST FOOTBALL. COLERAINE R„ 4; DISTILLERY, 3. There were five League matches

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

13 Apr 1914

in pocket.” Neighbour I’ve just seen your ’nsband. Mrs. Long. He’s getting stout. Mrs. Long —tidier’ o, ir pardon, usband’s tee- Kindly Landlady (to the new hoarder)— How did you find bed, Mr. Inlate? Mr. Iniate (taken aback)—4Jh. dash it. ma'am. not had

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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

20 Dec 1930

Hoop-la—Mr. James M'Knight. Bean Baga-Mr. Robert Campbell. Refreshment Stall—Miss Jane Maxwell, Miss Elisabeth Laird, Miss Oliver, and Miss Katie Bogle. Door-keep*i-s Mr. Samuel Parker ami Mr. Charles Watson, Mr. Wm. Watson, and Mr. Samuel Watson. Mr. David

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

6 Oct 1854

meeting in Clare-street. Mr. Page said refused to allow them to trespass ou some of his private property leading their chapel, for which he was on Sunday night saluted with shower of stones brickbats, snd considered his life in danger. Mr. Bradshaw also informed

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

21 Mar 1916

literary and art critic, died Saturday at his residence, Bwhurst, Surrey, his eighty-foutth year. The deceased gentleman, who was a native of Letterkenny, was the eldest son of the late Mr. Richard Sinclair Brooke, his mother being daughter of the late Rev

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

18 Mar 1863

most eligible Cabin and Steerage accommodations. A Stewardess attends the Ladies For Freight and Passage, apply to Maconneix Laird, Bt. Vincent-street, Glasgow; Alexander Laird Si Son, Greenoek; or Daniel Fall, Portrush and Coleraine; or her * i 0 JOHN

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Northern Constitution

Northern Constitution Londonderry, Northern Ireland

20 Apr 1907

and Dr. Matson in Mrs. Halliday's large che , ng-hall. A atimpttionc suri er was • provided in Mrs. Halliday's • best style. Mr. M. Steel moved. and Mr. B. Workman seconded, that Mr. J. Sinclair take the chair. The Rev. F. Medcalf said ' grace. After the

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

29 May 1934

Extras 4 Semi-finals. Mr*. Towel's ami Mr*. Carter beat Mi*» O'Brien ami Miss P. Dickson. ami 2 Laidv M'Fariand and Mrs. Mitchell beat the Miese* O’Neill. 4 and 2. Lady M'Fariand and Mr*. Mitchell beat Mrs. Towers and Mr*. Carter, after two tie*.

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

9 Dec 1905

Lynd, Mr. Boyle, Mr. James Love, Mr. Wi Loughery, Mr. Craig, Mr. H. Donaldson, Mr. John Loughery, Mr. James Young, Mr. John Gordon. Mr. Blair, Mr. E. Love, and Mr. S. Ross. In connection with the Refreshment Stall there was cake competition, conducted

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