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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

23 Feb 1907

HIS LIFE FOB HIS CAB. The story of chauffeur who lost his life his anxiety to save his car was related at inquest at Croydon Hospital on William James Budgen. Bndgen, who was only nineteen, remained to put out fire in his car before seeking treatment

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

5 Mar 1910

stamp surcharged Mr. Charles Frohman has arranged that Mr. Henry Arthur Jones and Mr. Alfred Sutro are to write new plays for the Duke of York’s Theatre. A vase with Lambrequin decoration was sold Cor £3OO at the Bunny Hall sale. Mr. W. Jennings Bryan

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

18 Apr 1908

would' with? Mr. CoNcadden :I entitled on both. Mr. Coreoadden; Pardon me. Mr. Kilbride: You not want two eon. notions? Mr. Car^cadden: Ido not, but I bold I am lUa tin. her was stole, and, in addition, other thw-. her was taken away. Mr. Kilbride: Ihen

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

4 May 1878

homo before uses, replied his friend. EricuiiE. —A gentleman fond of good living refused start his colt for tho • two year old stakes, ground that if won them they t , to worth the eating. , What was tub Sub tub CurLßav?—A lady the look-out for situation

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

24 Oct 1903

manages to be caught “Mr. Jones, do yon mean to say that you sell goods at loss and yet make money. “Certainly, my dear. If the customer buys and takas away the goods, I lose the goods, don’t IT” Mr. Newlywed (reading letter from his wife at seaside): “My

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

20 Apr 1912

favourite resort being Shanbally Castle in Tipperary, which hdd been left Lady Beatnoe and her sister. Lady Constance Butler, by Lord Lismore before thq former’s marriage. Lady Beatrice Pole Carew has one son and two daughters. General Sir Reginald Pole

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

27 Aug 1870

Monday last to his love, entreating her to join him immediately, as h a heart was breaking -iftei her. The letter, which was marked pr vote.’ was conveyed to Mr. Kyan’s house by the postmaster of ihe distre, but, nnfortonatcly for the lady to whom it addressed

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

24 Jan 1903

again, Misther Magnus, pleastb, pleaded the child, making his bearer stoop suddenly to catch the frail little figure in his arms, swing it to his knees, and lie back cuddling it close to his arms. Been so, almost touching each other, the two faces looked

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

11 Sep 1909

assurance from. Mr. Haldane that the forces'would'not be used. Mr. Jones; He has not.the power, ~ The President: Mr. Haldane made that statement in the House of Commons. • Mr. Ben Tillett: Mr. Haldane is liar. The President: I ask Mr. ’nilett to withdraw

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

7 Apr 1866

the 3rd of April, by the Kev. Robert T. Bevan, M.A. Subject—“ Labour not I’nnishmcnt.” In the course of his very eloquent and instructive lecture, Mr. Bevau showed that labour was not punishment —that was not sorrow that all men, eterywhore, were labouring

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

30 Oct 1852

old, and all his faculties are entire. His flesh feels if were ossified, and his teeth are gone, but his appetite is good. He says that rises every morning prepared to die. Elopement. —lt was rumoured in Queenstown on Thursday that young lady, a resident

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

8 Dec 1906

Railway) Station a man lost his footing and was dragged along the platform, bnt the guard, rushing to van. promptly applied the brakes, and the man, severely injured about the head, was able to proceed to his home in charge of his wife. An accident occurred

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

27 Feb 1864

cleansing, and other city improvements. Alderman Carhoi-l presided Mr. Wharton and Mr. Mackiv were elected secretaries the meeting. _ , „ , . The Chairman said —Gentlemen, the lAird Mayor, having been obliged proceed to London on very important bnsiness

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

11 Jul 1914

BegUe's house ia Bloomfield Park, Bath. The bridal trousseau of a lady of Mr. household was among the articles destroyed. The Admiralty baa accepted the tender of Messrs. CammeD. Laird, and Co., of Birkenhead, for two tot-class destroyers. Colonel,Beely

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

27 Aug 1859

discussion, Mr. M‘Cntchan proposed and Mr. Gray seconded, that the estimate of rates submitted should bo adopted. Mr. Dunne moved as amendment, seconded by Mr. Bryan, that the rate on Cashel West be struck at Cd. in the pound. A vote being taken Mr. Dunne’s

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

18 Apr 1863

about 60 years of age, was dressed iu same clothes which wore at his trial. His appearance was much changed, his frame less bulky, and his aspect generally gave unmistakable evidence of his having rudergone severe mental suffering. The clergymen remained

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

1 Sep 1877

consisting of Sir T. Edwardes Moss, his brother, Mr. G. Winter Moss, his son. Mi?. T. Cotteuhanl Moss* and Mr. Marriott, stroke the Oxford boat in the late University contest. The yacht was bound Portree to take on board the ladies of the family. making the Isle

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

14 Nov 1857

THE INDIAN BELIEF FUND. The example set by his Majesty the Sultan has been followed by some tho principal residents of Const ntinople, and the sura of 6*. has been forwarded Ibe Lord Mayor by tbo bon secretary, Mr. J. Hardy, which includes 100 guineas c

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

21 May 1864

accompany him (with her son and her daughter-in-law) .0 his island home. London C)r. oj Belfast News-Letter. A had poisoning case occurred at Turin. A Carbinier officer stood arraigned for making away with his wife, after modi investigation and plausih'c evidence

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Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

3 Mar 1860

The first of these steamers, the Ulster, will be launched from the yard of Mr. John Laird, of Birkenhead, on Saturday. Sho will be christened by the Marchioness of Cbandos, the lady of the noble chairman of the London and North Western Railway Company. Another

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