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  • County: Longford, Republic Of Ireland
  • Type: Illustrated

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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Type: Illustrated
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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Type: Illustrated
Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

16 Dec 1911

he would far rather not have married anyone, for bad uneasy feeling that his union with Bachal might be binding after all. Bnt if his inheritance depended oa his taking wife his uncle’s ■choice, it might well Hilda another, and there waa just this amount

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Type: Illustrated
Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

8 Jul 1911

oat of toe door of his paused moment on toe step*, looked and down toe throngs of hurrying people. hansom driver nised his whip* but Brock bonk shook bis bead. stood drawing on bis gloves, and bolding bis urn. taeUa tight under his am, for there hod been

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Type: Illustrated
Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

21 Nov 1908

borough, dead, with his throat cut. He had been missing from home for the last ten days, and his relations were in greet diehese. being unable to aecount tor his die-, appearance. He bad bean depressed is his ■led tor some time. / Mr. Beattie, schoolmaster

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Type: Illustrated
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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Type: Illustrated
Longford Journal

Longford Journal Longford, Republic of Ireland

13 May 1911

Coronation. His lordship was devotedly attached to his mother, and lavished gifts of all descriptions her, and was wont to declare, in answer to her regrets that remained bachelor, that would nc-Tor marry until found, wife as charming aa was ‘Lady Ludlow.

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Type: Illustrated